Desire to treat all people with respect and dignity
Willingness to learn
What training does OCCK provide to new employees?
As you begin your career with OCCK you will be provided extensive classroom and on the job training.
As you continue your career with OCCK, additional traning opportunities will be offered
Do I need to be a Certified Nursing Assistant?
No. OCCK is not a medical facility. While some duties may be similar, the focus is on promoting independence not care-taking.
Is a Commercial Drivers License (CDL) required?
No, we only require having a valid Kansas driver’s license.
Based on your job assignment, you mayl be required to obtain CDL with passenger endorsement within 8 months. This is required to enhance driver safety and because staff may have to drive a high-rise van, depending on assignments. Training and resources are provided to prepare for the CDL.
What is the entry wage for a Trainer?
All trainers start at $10 per hour.
Hours between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. on weekdays and all weekend hours for Employment, Residential and Life Skills positions are paid an additional $1.50 per hour.
What hours are available?
There are a variety of shifts available including full-time (40 hours per week), part-time (10-39 hours per week), and substitute (as-needed-basis).
For many staff, OCCK is their primary full-time employer. Some staff work schedules allow them to balance other commitments, such as family, school, or other employment. Depending on service needs, we may be able to develop a schedule to fit your needs or desires.
How many OCCK customers would I work with?
Depends on the setting and the needs of the customer. You may work one-on-one with a customer or with several people.
What is the work environment like?
Everyday is different. It can be challenging and exciting as you work with and support people as they work toward their goals.