Hope Network aims to fill over 100 positions at job fair today!

Today from 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., Hope Network will host a job fair at its Career Center, 775 36th Street, to fill over 100 positions. The fair will boast direct care openings from across Michigan in a variety of Hope Network service lines, including Behavioral Health, Developmental Services, and Rehabilitation Services.

Interviews will be completed on the spot. Applicants are asked to pre-register at www.hopenetwork.org/jobfair. The Career Center will also have on-site kiosks available Monday and Tuesday from 9-3 p.m. for job seekers to pre-register.

Direct Care position requirements include: High School diploma or GED, valid license with acceptable driving record, demonstrated written and verbal communication skills, the ability to pass physical/drug screen, lift 50 pounds, and pass a criminal background check. Experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, or mental illness preferred. Paid training is provided.

­­About Hope Network

Hope Network is a non-profit Christian organization founded in 1963 to empower people with disabilities or disadvantages to achieve their highest level of independence.  They provide a continuum of specialized care for those with brain and spinal cord injuries, mental illness, developmental disabilities, substance use disorders and other disadvantages.  Their support services include transportation, subsidized housing, and workforce development.  With corporate offices in Grand Rapids, Hope Network provides services in 180 plus locations, by 2,300 staff to people in more than 75 counties.  Hope Network serves about 20,000 people throughout Michigan.  Hope Network is an equal opportunity employer. For specific job qualifications and many other job opportunities, please apply at: www.hopenetwork.org/careers.