Jay Nolan Community Services

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Jay Nolan Community Services

Part-Time Work That Changes Lives

June Getz, the HR Director of Jay Nolan Community Services, discusses the importance of finding the perfect match between staff and supported individuals. With a perfect match, the work you do becomes more than just a job.

Looking for a part-time job that gives back to the community? We are actively hiring weekend and part-time staff to support individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities with daily living skills in the community. Weekend and part-time positions are available through our Family Support Services, where you would work with children, teens, and adults with special needs.

Our staff teach community safety and awareness, social interactions, and self-help skills. Common tasks include accompanying the person out in to the community (to parks, malls, restaurants, museums and etc.. There may have some outings once in a while going to amusement parks, baseball games, or other events. Staff also help individuals achieve their personal goals, whether it is attending college classes or making meaningful friendships with others in the community. Support is always one-on-one and staff are matched up with people with similar interests.

Part-time jobs at Jay Nolan are perfect for college students looking for meaningful work or those interested in gaining experience working with disabled persons in the field of social services. Weekend jobs and part-time jobs are available in Los Angeles, the San Fernando Valley & Ridgecrest.

June Getz, the HR Director of Jay Nolan Community Services, discusses the importance of finding the perfect match between staff and supported individuals. With a perfect match, the work you do becomes more than just a job.

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Donations to JNCS help make sure individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities get the customized support they need to live a quality life in our California communities.

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Our organizational training department at Jay Nolan Community Services has a threefold mission. First, to provide training to new employees so that they are equipped with the information and skills they need to be successful on the job. Second, to provide ongoing training and skill set that aid in the professional development and retention of incumbent staff. And third, to develop and create events and opportunities for community outreach through our educational programs and advocacy involvement.

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Volunteer at JNCS

Do you have a special talent or gift? Become more involved and share your talents and gifts with us! We are always looking for people to help. Whether it is joining a committee, helping to plan a fundraiser, doing some office work, or helping to paint a house, our volunteers provide an important service.

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Promotional Programs

Promotional programs allow you to use your favorite services while helping support Jay Nolan Community Services. When you shop with one of our partners, a percentage of your purchase on eligible products, is donated to Jay Nolan Community Services.

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Become a Corporate Partner

Becoming a corporate sponsor is a good way to show that you care and helps strengthen the community. Your support helps us to provide better and greater care to more people in need. As a corporate partner, we believe that our success is your success too!

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Employer Program

If you are an employer looking for quality employees, consider hiring a person with a disability. Studies have shown that people with disabilities make excellent, hard-working employees. It’s good for business. It’s good for the community. And, you may even be eligible for a special tax incentive.

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Legislation and Advocacy

Join us in supporting legislation and advocacy efforts that help individuals with Autism and other developmental disabilities live independent lives in their communities.

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