The Arc Baltimore is looking for passionate and compassionate people to join our staff and provide life-changing supports to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The individuals we support are more active in the community than ever before. They're living in Baltimore's neighborhoods; they're going to work, paying their bills, going out with friends. They're living and thriving in the community.
We have multiple open positions at The Arc Baltimore. Our available positions range from direct support professionals supporting people with disabilities at home and at work to administrative positions, case managers and program directors. We encourage qualified applicants to apply for any of the openings listed on our job board accessed by clicking the buttons below. During the phone screening process, we will try to match a position that works best with your schedule and location preference.
Join us at our Job Fair on July 1 from 10 am – 12 pm at our Main Office in Towson (7215 York Rd., Baltimore, MD 21212). We are hiring for all open positions (see below) all over Baltimore for a variety of schedules. All new employees can earn up to $1,500 in sign-on bonuses (terms and conditions apply), and all direct support professional positions start at $14.50.
No appointment is necessary. Bring your work authorization documents and your driver’s license if applying for a position that requires driving.
If you are a prospective employee applying for the first time, please click the
external applicant button. All current employees should click on the internal
If you are a former employee of The Arc Baltimore and you received
an error while trying to submit your online application, please contact
the HR Recruitment Team at HRRecruitmentTeam@thearcbaltimore.org.
- Health & Wellness - medical, prescription drug, vision, dental, and voluntary supplemental plans
- Rest - paid vacation, sick and holiday leave
- Financial Protection & Wealth Building - flexible spending accounts, life and disability insurance, 403(b) thrift savings plan
- Career Advancement - tuition assistance and professional training
- Discounted Services - auto/homeowner's insurance, banking/financial services
All staff receives an intensive two-week training curriculum once hired. The training includes Fundamental Rights, Safe Driving, Mandt Behavioral Training, CPR & First Aid, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities/Community Integration, Professional Development and Medication Technician Training (not a requirement for all positions).
In addition to a rigorous training program, The Arc Baltimore is committed to cultivating and developing emerging leaders.
A Career Ladder program for direct support professionals offers a credentialing opportunity to earn three levels of certification recognized by the National Association of Direct Support Professionals (NADSP).
An internal Leadership Institute conducts nine months of focused learning in leadership principles and brings together staff from across the agency at all levels.
The agency sponsors 3-6 participants in the Maryland Executives Council of The Arc Mayland Leadership program each year for monthly programs with leaders from every chapter.
A Realistic Job Preview of a DSP
If you are considering applying for a direct support professional position, then we encourage you to view this video that illustrates the real, everyday work of DSPs. This video provides first-person stories and advice for people considering direct support as a career choice. The topics include what to expect on the job, the rewards of direct support, the challenges of direct support, and the qualities of a great direct support professional.
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