Pegasus Farm has an immediate opening for a part-time van driver to transport individuals with developmental disabilities to and from work at the Farm in a 15 passenger van. For more information contact Karen Layton, Adult Services Director 330-935-2300 ext. 103.
Pegasus Farm is currently seeking a part-time Direct Support Professional (DSP) to join our team. In this role, you will be responsible for supporting individuals with disabilities served in our Adult Day Services Program with vocational habilitation activities and options as outlined in their Individual Service Plan. Please see the detailed job description for more information: pegasusfarm.org/dsp To apply, please send your resume to Karen Layton, email@example.com
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