Easter Seals Superior California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action VEVRAA federal contractor committed to serving people with disabilities. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, marital status, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.
Easter Seals Superior California has many career opportunities throughout a thirteen-county area which includes Greater Sacramento, Stockton, and Yuba City! Our staff consists of the most committed and dedicated professionals in our community. Employment opportunities include entry level, experienced and professional level positions. Come join a winning team! Easter Seals Superior California is the preferred provider of services for people with disabilities. We offer competitive salaries, excellent benefits, the opportunity for growth, and the chance to feel good about what you are doing!
Seeking a part-time individual to perform custodial duties at the Veteran’s Administration Clinic at Travis AFB. Will provide training and job coaching in custodial duties for individuals with disabilities leading to greater vocational independence. 25 hrs weekly, Mon-Friday. View More >>
This position provides assistance in a day treatment program, "Help To Recovery" for adults with brain injuries and related impairments. View More >>
Easter Seals Superior California is a premier provider of speech/language services and has been serving families throughout the greater Sacramento and surrounding areas for over 90 years. Therapists serve as a member of the Pediatric Speech-Language Pathology team with primary responsibility for assessing and treating the special needs of children served by Easter Seals. View More >>
Easter Seals Superior California is seeking hourly/part-time individuals to serve people with disabilities in our 92 degree warm water therapy pool located in Sacramento. View More >>
Seeking full-time Occupational Therapists, Licensed to serve children with physical and/or development delays in a variety of environments. View More >>
Part-time position to train individuals with disabilities in the classroom and in community-based settings. View More >>
Make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities! Consider joining the Adult Day Program team as a Core Instructor w/Driving Responsibilities. View More >>
Pediatric Physical Therapist will evaluate children with physical and/or developmental delays, develop treatment plans and provide therapy services designed to maximize client functioning. View More >>
Drivers with a Commercial Motor Vehicle license and a current Medical Examiner's Certificate are needed to provide daily transportation and general support services to individuals with disabilities in our Adult Day Programs. View More >>
As a member of the Adult Day Program's rehabilitation team, the Community Skills Trainer provides training to adults with developmental disabilities (our clients) in the classroom and in community-based settings. Our mission is to help our clients accomplish personal goals including development of specific vocational skills and activities. View More >>