Looking for a rewarding career? Are you interested in helping others? Beverly Farm Foundation is hosting a hiring event next week on Thursday, March 2nd, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on our campus in Godfrey, Illinois.
Beverly Farm is one of the largest centers for independent living in America, and one of the largest employers in the Metro East. Our current job openings include:
• Direct Support Persons (DSPs)
• Shift Supervisors
• Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professionals (QIDPs)
• Nurses (RNs & LPNs)
• View our additional job openings by going to the careers page of our website
Join our family of dedicated and caring professionals as we work to create loving, caring homes with a dignified quality of life for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Paid training provided. Full and part-time positions available. Flexible hours. No experience required.
As a member of the Beverly Farm family, you will enjoy great benefits, opportunities for personal growth and career advancement, and the satisfaction of knowing that your work makes a meaningful difference in the daily lives of the men and women who call Beverly Farm home.
Beverly Farm One-Day Hiring Event
• When: Thursday, March 2, 2023
• Where: Beverly Farm, 6301 Humbert Road, Godfrey, IL 62035
• Times: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
To view all our current job openings, including entry-level positions, go to BeverlyFarm.org/careers. For additional information, call 618-466-0367.
To download a PDF of our March 2nd Hiring Event flyer click here.
For this Hiring Event bring a copy of your valid state ID and your resume, if you have one. We’ll be interviewing and hiring on the spot.
Beverly Farm is located at 6301 Humbert Road, Godfrey, Illinois 62035. Enter our campus at the main entrance and come to our administration building (first building on the left).
Beverly Farm is an equal opportunity employer.
About Beverly Farm
Beverly Farm was founded in 1897 by Dr. William H.C. Smith and his wife, Elizabeth to establish a caring home, socialization, proper medical care, healthy diet, physical exercise, education, recreation and meaningful work for people living with developmental disabilities. Today it is a planned community that looks and feels like a neighborhood. There are homes; a recreation center with a pool; an equestrian center; medical services; therapies, and much more. More than 300 individuals who live with intellectual or developmental disabilities call Beverly Farm home.
The mission of Beverly Farm is to provide a loving, caring home for adults with developmental disabilities, providing each individual with physical and emotional security and a dignified quality of life, with opportunities and challenges, within each individual’s functional capabilities.