Employment with Beverly Farm
We love our entire Beverly Farm family…all 330 of our residents, our staff members, volunteers, donors and board members. Together we make Beverly Farm (one of the largest centers for independent living in the U.S.) a loving, caring home for adults with developmental disabilities who have come to us from 43 states. It’s a special place.
Do you want to be a part of our family and the new, exciting day dawning at Beverly Farm? Come share in our bright future!
Join the dedicated staff of Beverly Farm. Be a part of our Beverly Farm family and make an immeasurable difference in the lives of people who live with intellectual and developmental disabilities. You can expect great benefits, countless opportunities for personal growth, career advancement, and most importantly, the satisfaction of knowing you are helping others live their best lives each and every day.
Our CEO Crystal Officer started her career as an entry-level Direct Support Person (DSP). Put down roots with us and see where your future can take you.
Monday through Friday
9:30-11 a.m. & 1-3 p.m.
Per CMS, the vaccination against COVID-19 of all staff working within healthcare facilities is required and a high priority; therefore, all staff are required to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19, including a booster shot, in order to work at Beverly Farm.* To find a vaccine provider near you, visit vaccines.gov.
*Contact Human Resources for information on Beverly Farm Foundation’s vaccination policy.
Beverly Farm is an Equal Opportunity employer.
Many of the staff at Beverly Farm have advanced their careers through a combination of experience and training. We provide intensive training to help you develop your skills and prepare you to obtain the certifications needed to become one of our dedicated professionals or a member of our direct care staff.
For additional information on training courses, dates, times, as well as upcoming classes, please contact our training department at (618) 466-0367 ext. 677 or email@example.com
Direct Support Person Classroom Training Curriculum
This is an Illinois DHS state approved curriculum and is taught by DHS approved instructors. This training will satisfy the 40-hour classroom training portion of the 120-hour DSP training required by the State of Illinois. This course is a two week class.
Adult CPR/First Aid Class
This class is taught by an approved American Red Cross instructor. Class times are typically 8am – 4pm and scheduled regularly.