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Pioneer Center Hosts On-Site and Virtual Job Fairs on June 15 and June 18

Pioneer Center for Human Services, awarded top non-profit in McHenry County, has a variety of job opportunities available for Direct Support Professionals (DSPs), Mental Health Professionals, Shelter Support Specialists, a Registered Nurse Trainer, a Maintenance Technician and more! The organization is hosting both an in-person job fair and a virtual option for those interested in pursuing one of these fantastic job opportunities.

The in-person job fair will be held Tuesday, June 15th from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. and from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. at Pioneer Center, located at 4031 W. Dayton Street in McHenry, IL. The virtual option will be held Friday, June 18th from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Interview slots can be reserved online in advance of the job fairs. Details of the job postings can be viewed at www.pioneercenter.org/careers/career-opportunities.

Job seekers attending and interviewing for a position with Pioneer Center are eligible to win Amazon gift cards and other giveaways!

Pioneer Center, helping people live a dignified life of well-being, independence and inclusion, is comprised of a team of compassionate caregivers who strive to make a difference in people’s lives. While a variety of job positions are available, the Direct Support Professional (DSP) position has the most openings. DSPs provide total wellness and living support services to individuals with developmental disabilities. No DSP experience is required, and the right candidates will be trained for the position.

DSPs receive top industry pay ($14.20/hour, additional pay for overnights and weekends), along with a $500 signing bonus! Full-time, part-time, and weekend shifts are available in multiple locations throughout McHenry County.

For more information about the in-person and virtual job fairs, please email Regina Thomas at rthomas@pioneercenter.org, or call 815-759-7061.

Pioneer Center is a private, non-profit organization providing programs for people with developmental disabilities, behavioral health services and homeless shelter needs to the McHenry County community.


Source: The Daily Chronicle

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