Direct Support Professional (DSP)- Production

Job Locations US-MN-Coon Rapids
Posted Date 7 days ago(2/13/2018 12:11 PM)
# of Openings
Health/Human Services Workforce
Hiring Manager
Casey Strack


Rise is all about people and potential. We provide uniquely tailored and innovative programs, opening doors to success for the people we serve and our staff. We embrace a culture of learning and offer extensive training and career development opportunities.



Rise offers competitive salaries, a fun, fast-paced work environment, and the chance to make a real difference in people’s lives!


Our direct support professionals advance the work and social skills of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.


Keywords: DSP, Direct Support Professional, Direct Care, Human Services, Social Services, Production, PCA, Health Aide,  Manufacturing,  Full time. 


  • Work alongside and provide direct support for people with disabilities on the production floor
  • Provide supervision and training for people supported on jobs and work skills through coaching, positive reinforcement and personal example
  • Maintain quality and production levels requried by business partners
  • Daily documentation on outcomes and progress of people served with contact notes and entering of payroll into Care Director

Qualifications & Benefits


  • Degree in human service field and previous experience working with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and in production preferred.
  • Valid drivers license and compliance with Rule 11 and MVR background check required
  • Ability to lift and carry up to 25 pounds daily
  • Relevant experience is helpful but we are willing to train the right person!



Starting wage: $12.75- no evenings or weekends 


Medical- 90% of employee coverage premium paid by Rise. Dental. 4% matched 401(k). Life Insurance. FSA. PTO starts at 16 days a year, plus 2 float and 8 paid holidays




An Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer


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