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Employment Opportunities

Rewarding In So Many Ways.

At Cardinal Cushing Centers, Inc. we change lives—providing opportunity and hope to children, adults, and seniors with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

If helping others is your passion, we’d love to talk with you. Our nonprofit organization offers competitive compensation and a full benefits package including medical and dental.

Employment application and the type of jobs we hire for follow below.

Featured Job! Direct Support Professionals Adult Services  – responsible for providing support to individuals in the community in their home. Individuals may need support with medications, daily living and cooking.

Residential Life Skills Instructors– working directly with students to teach them basic life skills and provide them with fun and enjoyable activities.

Full and part time shifts are available:

•  Weekend Days and Evenings
○  Full Day 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
○ Half Days 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. or 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.

•    Weekend Overnights 8:30 p.m. to 8:30 a.m.
•    Week Day Evening 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.
•    All full time shifts include some weekend hours.

Residential Living Coaches (ACE Program) – provides high functioning students in the ACE Program with a supportive living environment that promotes education and independence in all areas of daily living, socialization, and community involvement.

1 to 1 Staff  needed for all day and evening shifts.  Work 1 to 1 with an identified student who requires extra support in the educational, vocational or residential environments.

Special Education Teachers  licensed in severe disabilities – all levels, moderate 5 – 12, or moderate K – 8.  Small class sizes, low staff to student ratios, and supportive environment.  Needed in Braintree and Hanover locations

Nurses  11 p.m.-7 a.m. and per diem

Adult Services House Manager  – responsible for the managing of a home in the community with 4-5 individuals. Monday to Friday schedule with flexible hours.

Day Habilitation Direct Care Instructors  – Instructors support individuals in our creative and dynamic day habilitation program. Staff support individuals with their ADLs, individualized goals and accessing the community. We have a community focus and offer a variety of individual choice and activities.

Job Coaches Job coaches support individuals in our employment and community program. Job coaches assist with trainings, activities, vocational outings and assist individuals with developing skills that are required for employment.

Care Giver  As a caregiver, you will provide some physical assistance, transportation to community activities and medical appointments, prepare meals, and help the individual you care for be as independent as possible while still giving them the stability of a family atmosphere.

A qualified caregiver must maintain a positive attitude and environment, and be able to communicate with team members in a positive and professional manner. A flexible schedule is a must.

Qualified caregivers receive:
• A Tax free stipend
• Room and Board to cover food and household expenses
• In-depth training, free of charge
• Emergency support and assistance
• Monthly visits from a case manager or RN for support
• Respite support

In order to qualify as a caregiver you will need:
• To be 21 years or older and own or rent a home
• Have an extra bedroom
• Have a valid MA Driver’s License, with access to an insured vehicle
• Have a positive attitude and flexible schedule
• Can effectively communicate with all team members

Special Education Teacher- Braintree  Assesses, plans, provides and supervises a structured learning environment for each student’s academic, social and vocational growth.
• Bachelor’s degree
• Massachusetts Licensure in Special Needs
• Completion of orientation and required training
• A valid driver’s license

Interested candidates should forward their application or resume to:

Human Resources
405 Washington Street
Hanover, MA 02339
(781) 829-4678 or e-mail

Download an employment application (PDF)