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From working in an office to working directly with those we serve, Pathfinder Services is sure to have the career for you.

Join Our Team

If you have a passion for serving others and improving the communities in which you live and work, Pathfinder Services has the perfect job for you.

We offer challenging and exciting work that truly changes the lives of those we serve. With a goal of enabling people with developmental, physical, social, and financial challenges achieve independence, inclusion, and stability, you would be part of the support system that makes that goal a reality.

From an office setting to working in a home directly with those we serve, we offer a wide variety of positions to meet your skills and interests. We offer part-time, full-time, and substitute positions on all shifts, competitive pay and benefits, supportive coworkers dedicated to the same mission, and a management team that will not only provide supervision, but also mentoring, coaching, and motivation to help you succeed.

For more than 50 years, Pathfinder Services has been at the forefront of developing and offering exceptional programming to help people with developmental, physical, social, and financial challenges feel valued, accepted, and have control over their own futures.

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Sign-On Bonus

Now for a limited time, we are offering a sign-on bonus to all new full-time and part-time employees. After completion of all mandatory training, you will receive a $250 bonus. You will receive an additional $250 after 90 days of employment. Upon 6 months of successful employment, you will receive a final bonus of $250 totaling $750 in bonus opportunities in your first year. Sign-On Bonus does not apply to subsitutes.


Full-Time Benefits

Meaningful Work
Competitive Pay
Competitive Health and Saving Benefits
Professional Growth Opportunities
Collaborative Teams
Who We Serve

Apply to be a Direct Support Professional

Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) work directly in the homes of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities or at our day services program sites for Pathfinder Community Supports.

DSPs act as mentor, teacher, and support to people with intellectual and other types of developmental disabilities, assisting them to live, learn, and work successfully as an active part of their communities. DSPs also provide support as needed in homes, day service locations, and/or community settings, to assist clients in reaching their ultimate potential while always taking into consideration their dreams and goals for their own lives.

Qualified applicants must have a valid Indiana Driver’s License and acceptable driving record, High School Diploma or equivalent, ability to lift 50 pounds occasionally, ability to climb stairs occasionally, ability to physically restrain, lift, and/or assist individuals we serve. Qualified applicants must also be available to work a flexible schedule that could include Friday, Saturday, or Sunday.

Location: Huntington, Plymouth, Wabash

Department: Community Supports

Full-Time, Part-Time, Substitute Hours Available

Become a dsp
A Day in the Life of a DSP