Employee PortalCaring for the growing needs of our community.
Our new JNCS Employee portal will help provide you with a central location in which you can access employee forms, register for training events and stay up to date with the latest company & legislative news. If you run into any issues using the new portal, please Contact our technical team.
All JNCS Staff are invited to the 2021 Employee Holiday Party on Dec. 9th! Click here to RSVP.
Upcoming Training Events
The organization training department at Jay Nolan Community Services offers a variety of internal and public growth opportunities. To learn more, please visit the Training and Events page.
Report a Problem or Concern
Feedback submitted through the JNCS Employee Report & Feedback system is completely anonymous. Your name, email and other personally identifiable information is not required.
Together, We Help Support Children & Adults with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities.
The Human Resources Department is here to provide you with the information necessary to understand the Jay Nolan Community Services (“JNCS”) personnel policies and to promote a positive work environment. We are the best resource for current information on work rules, benefits, personnel policies, payroll data, personnel records, insurance, job opportunities, and benefit conversion privileges on termination of employment.
CEO Edward Amey hosted the annual JNCS online town hall to give an update on JNCS services, staff benefits announcements, the CA budget, and looking forward. English and Spanish subtitles available.
On September 28, 2021, the California Department of Public Health extended the vaccinate mandate to all direct care workers. All JNCS Employees and IHSS workers are mandated to have the first shot of a one-shot vaccine or the second shot of a two-shot vaccine by November 30, 2021. The health order allows specified exemptions for religious beliefs and qualified medical reasons.
The mission of Jay Nolan Community Services, Inc. (JNCS) is to enable individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other Developmental Disabilities to live fulfilling lives as members of the community by providing support services customized to their individual needs.
Working at JNCS requires unwavering dedication, stamina, and hard work– both physical and mental. While it is a challenging, it also offers profound rewards for those who look past its demands and approach the job with compassion. Jay Nolan has been supporting children and adults with autism, as well as other disabilities, since 1975.
The leadership team at Jay Nolan Community Services strives to assure that people with intellectual and developmental disabilities receive the right kinds of supports and assistance so that they can pursue their hopes and dreams and live to their full potential within the community.
Jay Nolan Community Services believes that all individuals we support have the right to effective means of communication and opportunities to have a voice and control in the delivery of their supports and in their lives. All people have the following specific communication rights in their daily interactions.