EMPLOYMENT

If you are looking for a career that you can be passionate about and that gives a gratifying day-to-day experience, you’ve come to the right place. Every employee at Opportunity Enterprises can go home at the end of the day knowing that they contributed to making a difference in the life of at least one adult or child with a disability. OE offers competitive pay, an excellent benefits package and a place to grow and develop your career. More than half of OE’s leadership team got their start at OE in an internship or entry level position.  They choose to start their career at OE for a variety of reasons and regardless of why they joined the team, a first job at OE has served as a springboard to exciting and diverse career opportunities for many of our most successful applicants.

With 500 employees, Opportunity Enterprises is one of the top five largest employers in Porter County; come join our growing team.

To apply for any of the positions listed below, please click here.

Positions Currently Available:

After Hours Activity Club Direct Support Professional

The After Hours Activity Direct Support Professional aids in the implementation of instructional plans, care and activities for persons served in the AHA Club. These activities include but are not limited to: art, exercise, cooking, and book club which are scheduled Monday-Thursday from 3:30pm-5:30pm. For more information or to apply, click here.

Direct Support Professional/Caregiver

Come be an active member in the lives of our amazing participants! Help them in their home and/ or at work. We have a variety of shifts available to work with your life schedule. For more information or to apply, click here.

Enrichment Services Instructor

The Enrichment Services Instructor (Floater) aids in the implementation of instructional plans, care, and activities for clients through a variety of programs. These programs include community integration, art, assistive technology and relaxation techniques. For more information or to apply, click here.

Facilities Maintenance Technician

The Facilities Maintenance Technician provides preventative maintenance on all buildings and equipment.    Duties include plumbing, dry wall repair, painting, carpentry projects and the moving of office furniture. Seasonal duties include snow and ice removal, landscaping and lawn care services. For more information or to apply, click here.

Group Home Assistant Manager

The Group Home Assistant Manager serves as a role model for staff and participants both professionally and as a team member. Job duties are to oversee the household maintenance and program operations, supervise staff and to assist the QDDP and Group Home Manager in the planning of activities, managing expenses, and compliance with regulations and documentation. Assistant Managers also assist in the monitoring of the participant medical needs and need to be available for emergency calls during non-traditional work hours.  Above all, the Group Home Assistant Manager will provide hands-on care and ensure the safety of our participants in a supervised, family-style setting. For more information or to apply, click here.

Group Home Manager

The Group Home Manager is responsible for overseeing the property (including indoor, outdoor and vehicle maintenance), household and program operations, assisting in the development and implementation of instructional plans and activities to meet established goals and objectives, participating in a team approach, and performing job responsibilities in a manner which complies with federal, state, agency and program regulations, policies and procedures, and ensures the health, training and safety of participants  in a supervised living setting. For more information or to apply, click here.

Janitorial

Like to clean? Join our Clean Team and contribute your skills to Opportunity Enterprises! We will teach you the proper cleaning techniques to perform the required tasks in a safe and timely manner. For more information or to apply, click here.

Medical Assistant Support Specialist

The Medical Assistant Support Specialist will complete daily medication passes as well as maintain necessary paperwork relating to nursing office visits, medical appointments and subsequent participant paperwork, triage participant injury and/or illness complaints while at workshop, and be part of medication administration quality control activities. For more information or to apply, click here.

Medical Liaison

The Medial Liaison coordinates all aspects of participant’s medical care, transports and accompanies participants to medical appointments, passes medications and writes monthly health summaries. For more information or to apply, click here.

Occupational Therapists

All About Kids seeks to promote a coordinated, family-focused service delivery system for infants and toddlers from birth to three years that have a significant developmental delay, a physical or developmental disability or have the risk factors for a delay or disability. We are dedicated to making sure children in our programs take the first steps they need in getting the specialized help they deserve. Their needs and desires are taken into consideration to help them reach their highest potential, in a loving and caring environment.

The All About Kids Occupational Therapists focus specifically on fine motor and adaptive skills. We teach families how important sensory processing is by explaining how their child may interpret touch, taste, sound, smell and sight throughout the day. For more information or to apply, click here.

Qualified Developmental Disabilities Professional

The QDDP is the liaison for our amazing participants and their families to assure that their needs and wants are met. This is done through program development, regulation compliance, providing staff training and file maintenance. You would be expected to demonstrate professionalism and teamwork between staff, participants and their families. The QDDP directly supervises one employee and indirectly supervises 35+ Direct Support Professionals.   The QDDP is responsible for ensuring that the rights of our participants are met and that our amazing participants have a safe and enjoyable living environment. For more information or to apply, click here.

Respite Services QDDP

The Respite Services Qualified Developmentally Disabled Professional (QDDP) serves as an advocate for Respite participants through counseling, referrals and program development. The Respite QDDP develops and assures implementation of instructional plans and training activities. For more information or to apply, click here.

Retail Sales Clerk

The Food and Retail Sales Clerk will provide production and sales support to meet the business objectives of the retail market. For more information or to apply, click here.

Speech Pathologists

All About Kids seeks to promote a coordinated, family-focused service delivery system for infants and toddlers from birth to three years that have a significant developmental delay, a physical or developmental disability or have the risk factors for a delay or disability. We are dedicated to making sure children in our programs take the first steps they need in getting the specialized help they deserve. Their needs and desires are taken into consideration to help them reach their highest potential, in a loving and caring environment.

The All About Kids Speech Pathologists address communication, language and feeding skills through gestures, sounds, words, phrases and sentences, and support is provided to families with information relating to language developmental milestones and language development. For more information or to apply, click here.

Transportation Driver

Love to drive? We are looking for responsible people to transport our participants. This is a great opportunity to do what you enjoy. For more information or to apply, click here.