Community Supports Careers
What’s our Vision? A community in which all people are valued and accepted and have control over their own destinies.
What’s our mission? To strengthen communities primarily by enabling people facing physical, developmental, or economic challenges to achieve independence, inclusion, and stability.
About Community Supports
Pathfinder Community Supports is the developmental disability services division of Pathfinder Services and began impacting lives in 1966. Pathfinder Community Supports offers Supported Independent Living, Group Home Living, Community Integration/Day Services, and Structured Family Caregiving for children through adulthood.
About Creative Abilities
Pathfinder Creative Abilities Art Studio, located at 2806 Theater Ave, Huntington, IN 46750, provides creative opportunities for adults with intellectual disabilities who are served by Pathfinder Community Supports’ Day Services program. This program offers adults full or part-time person-centered activities to facilitate life skills through community and center-based activities. The Creative Abilities Art Studio is an expansion of the current art program at Pathfinder Community Supports and provides a space within the community where artists can paint, sculpt, sew, draw and craft jewlry.
Have questions? Contact our Human Resources team at (260) 356-0500 or email [email protected]. Feel free to stop by the Pathfinder Services Administrative Offices in Huntington Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm for more information.
North Campus – Corporate
2824 Theater Ave.
P.O. Box 1001
Huntington, IN 46750
Community Supports Nurse: Provides, plans, implements, and recommends quality nursing care for all residents of Pathfinder Services in group homes, as well as for clients as outlined in contracts for their Supported Living arrangements. Provides staff training in the area of medication administration as outlined by state and federal guidelines.
- Current license in the State of Indiana as issued by Indiana State Board for Registered Nurses.
- Three years of experience in community health/mental health service.
- The ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with all levels of co‑workers to promote an effective team‑work approach to carrying out the responsibilities of the position, programs, and agency’s goals.
- Ability to physically restrain, lift and/or assist clients.
Interested in this Position?
Direct Support Professionals (DSP’s): Acts as a mentor, teacher, and support to people with Intellectual and other types of Developmental Disabilities, to assist them to live, learn, and work successfully as an active part of their communities. Provides supports as needed, whether in their homes, day service locations, and/or community settings, to assist them to reach their ultimate potential, while always taking into consideration their dreams and goals for their own lives.
Individual must be of unquestionable character as determined by personal references and background checks. Applicant must supply sufficient recommendations to support the fact that maturity, integrity, and dependability are hallmarks of his/her personality. Preferably one full year successful experience working with people with Intellectual Disabilities and/or other types of Developmental Disabilities. Must have high school diploma or equivalent, or be working toward a GED that successful completion can be achieved within a one year period of time from hire. Must have ability to effectively express one self in written reports, including electronic reporting of documentation. Ability to project a professional image while contacting community resources. Possesses valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record. Ability to occasionally climb stairs. Ability to physically restrain, lift and/or assist clients.