Employment Opportunities

Delta Center is committed to hiring qualified individuals with disabilities.

In fact, at least 51% of our staff has a disability. Delta Center employs both full-time and part-time employees. All full-time employees and part-time employees working 20 or more hours per week receive paid vacation days, sick days and holidays. To inquire about job openings or to submit a resume, please contact info@dcil.org.

CDS Employment Opportunities

Individuals with disabilities who access Consumer-Directed attendant Services may be recruiting attendants in your area!

CDS is a consumer-directed approach to attendant services. The program allows an adult (18 and older) eligible for nursing home care to retain the services of a personal attendant, and actually direct his or her care. Services are paid for by state and federal funds through MO HealthNet (formerly known as Medicaid).

The individual consumer receiving services is both the employer and the supervisor.  S/he conducts interviews and determines who s/he will hire.  Tasks to be completed are identified on Plan of Care and may include:

  • personal care (bathing, toileting), housekeeping, laundry,
  • meal preparation, shopping and other needs as identified.

Each consumer hires his/her attendant and specifies how and when services will be provided. Consumer sets wages from $7.70 - $10 per hour.

Standards established by Missouri require that attendants be at least 18 years of age and pass a background check through Missouri Family Care Safety Registry.  As the supervisor/employer, the consumer may have additional requirements (such as a valid driver’s license or willingness to work nights or weekends).

If interested in applying, please call 636-926-8761 ext. 243.


Internship Opportunities

Delta Center embraces the philosophy that student internships are a win-win for the students and the organization.  Internships provide students the opportunity to gain work experience and the chance for Delta Center to expose potential job candidates to the independent living philosophy and to see first hand how the services impact consumers’ lives.  Delta Center ensures that all student interns have a meaningful experience by working with the student to establish clear goals and then meeting with the student both during and after the internship to ensure that goals are met.

Possible internship activities may include:

  • Board Development
  • Community Outreach
  • Community Resources for Persons with Disabilities
  • Nursing Home Diversion
  • Nursing Home Transition
  • Program Development
  • Services to Persons with Disabilities

Programs can be tailored to fit interns interests and needs. When reviewing applications, the following will be considered:

  • Areas of Study
  • Area of Interest
  • Delta Center's ability to provided supervision in area requested
  • Personal experience with a disability

Apply for a Job or Internship

All interested parties should e-mail resume to info@dcil.org. For information about the services provided by Delta Center, please visit our website at www.dcil.org.

Delta Center values diversity of culture, personal experience with disabilities, and other life experiences, and is an equal opportunity employer by choice.