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Help People Reach Their Dreams

Join a team that makes a real difference in the lives of others. At Laura Baker Services Association, we’re helping our clients with developmental disabilities reach their dreams. There’s not a more fulfilling job anywhere.

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Our Commitment to Employees

Through flexible employment options – such as part-time and full-time positions – LBSA provides opportunities to:

  • Perform work that positively changes people’s lives.
  • Explore pathways to advance your skills and career within our learning community.
  • Work as a valued team member.
  • Collaboratively create solutions for our clients and LBSA.
  • Be respected for your work and your contributions.
  • Challenge others and be challenged to learn new skills.
  • Belong to a community that cares about you.

Current Openings

Learn about our open positions below. If you have questions about a job, please contact Anne Collins or call (507) 645-8866.

Internships at Laura Baker Services Association are flexible, meaningful and unique – perfect for students or those wanting to dig into the field of disability support services. Internships can be customized to meet students’ objectives or other personal goals.

Employment offers are contingent on successful completion of a background check and drug screening. Laura Baker Services Association is an equal opportunity employer. 

 

Working at LBSA

Benefits

Our employees are vital to our success. We show our appreciation with the following:

  • Opportunities for advancement
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Competitive wages
  • Generous benefits: retirement account, health insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, paid time off
  • Free meals for Direct Support Staff
  • Diverse workplace – ages 16+, a variety of life perspectives, a range of experience
  • Paid training
  • A culture that supports ongoing learning

What is a DSP?

Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) play an essential role to ensure that people with disabilities have support for living independent lives full of possibility. This workforce is made up of over 3.6 million workers in the U.S. (ANCOR).