Current Career Openings

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Direct Support Professional

Job Description

Let’s give you the snapshot of what you will be doing a DSP:

Here at GBC we strive to improve, enrich and respect the lives of individuals with developmental, physical, and mental disabilities. We take the time to help develop our clients and implement customized behavior plan and you would be an integral part of this process.

We would expect you be a coach and/or mentor to our client’s and help them achieve the highest level of independence through meeting personal goals and striving for community integration without stigma.

Whether it is assisting them with their daily activities in their everyday life, administering necessary medications, or helping them with housekeeping. What you choose to do every day makes a valuable difference to our clients.

In this position you will be required to update logs, write reports, call and email your supervisors regularly and even transport our clients to various events and appointments. If you have what it takes to enhance our client’s lives then we most certainly want to talk to you.

We are looking to fill with talented people in the follow areas:

  • Midcoast Area (Brunswick, Bath/West Bath, Topsham, North Yarmouth, Lewiston, Auburn, Lisbon, Harpswell and Freeport)
  • Central Maine (Randolph)
  • Portland and Greater Portland (Cape Elizabeth, Falmouth, Gorham, Gray, Hollis, Raymond, South Portland, Saco, Standish, Westbrook and Windham)
  • Southern Maine (Alfred, Arundel, Biddeford, Kennebunk, Lyman, Old Orchard Beach, Shapleigh, Springvale and Waterboro)

The shifts we are looking to fill are:

  • Morning
  • Mid Afternoon
  • Nights/Overnights
  • Must be willing to work weekends and holidays

Some things we require:

  • High School Degree/GED required.
  • Prefer one (1) year of previous experience in a human service, hospital, rehabilitation, or educational setting preferred.
  • Valid Maine driver’s license, working automobile, and proof of automobile insurance.
  • Working cell phone and email account/access.

What we can offer you? Well, we are glad you asked. Here are just a few of our amazing benefits:

  • Generous PTO plan
  • Medical, Dental and Eye Insurance Benefits.
  • Work-life balance with some flexibility in hours.
  • Life Insurance
  • 401(k)

We value the collective voices of each and every employee to help us create a better quality of life for our clients. That's why we're proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship status, marital status, disability, gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, or genetic information.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Program Manager

Definition and Purposes:

The Program Manager bridges the broader interests of the GBC Administration with those more local to specific community-based programs. The Program Manager is responsible for using accumulated insights from program visits and staff supervisions to develop a clear and cogent program understanding, communicating concerns upward to Area Director and outward to House Manager and Program teams. The Program Manager must ensure team-supported, person-centered programming is woven throughout all elements of supports provided, and are evidenced through the performance of all assigned HM/DSP staff.


Bachelor Degree w/ minimum of four (4) years related Human Services experience and previous supervisory experience. Demonstrated Computer Literacy, Valid Maine Driver’s License, satisfactory driving and criminal record checks, ability to obtain CPI certification and complete required training for position.

  • Strong moral character, with demonstrated ability to be firm in principle and flexible in application; evidenced capacity to provide compassionate care to marginalized populations; commitment to independent living, community inclusion, and full participation for all citizens with cognitive and physical disabilities and/or mental illness;
  • Exemplifies Agency interests through professional presentation and bearing, manifests determination to effectively use Agency standards to supervise others; can distinguish when and where to consult with supervisor and when and where to make decisions/commit to actions using knowledge of policy and procedure as a guide;
  • Recognized personal organization habits reflecting personal accountability and initiative, and in turn fosters team productivity, efficiency, accountability, and excellence; demonstrable time management skills; balances paperwork demands with meaningful on-site program presence;
  • Excellent writing/word processing/editing skills, comfortable learning new technologies and applying these to current challenges, competent conducting research through internet search engines; proficient in accessing/managing web-based applications and data-entry systems (Care Tracker, GBC portal, etc.);
  • Successful completion of selected training within first ninety (90) days of employment and maintenance of all required training through annual/biennial re-certification (not limited to):
  • New Employee Orientation and Consumer Rights/Grievances;
  • Cultural Competency: a Framework for forging meaningful Relationships;
  • Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (CPI) training
  • College of Direct Support (CDS)/Direct Service Professional (DSP);
  • Certified Registered Medication Assistant (CRMA) and First Aid/CPR; and
  • Intrusive Behavior Plan and/or Person Centered Planning training.
  • Valid driver’s license, working automobile, and proof of insurance.
  • Working cell phone and email account/access.

What we can offer you? Well, we are glad you asked. Here are just a few of our amazing benefits:

  • Generous PTO plan
  • Medical, Dental and Eye Insurance Benefits.
  • Life Insurance
  • 401(k)

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $34,000-$44,000

Registered Nurse

Job description

About Granite Bay Care, Inc.

Granite Bay Care, Inc. (GBC) is a multi-state human service agency providing intensive clinical, nursing, residential, and community-based support services to adults with cognitive, intellectual, mental health, and physical disabilities.

GBC currently provides residential care in over 75 homes in Maine. Each home is designed to serve the unique needs of the clients who live there. A holistic approach is used by clinical professionals, management, and staff to encourage each to reach their full potential. Granite Bay Care employs over 550 professionals in a dynamic, multi-cultural setting. We currently are the largest residential agency in Maine and are committed to a standard of excellence.

We are currently seeking a part-time or per diem Registered Nurse to assist with CRMA training, education, and program visits.


  • Assist with Certified Residential Medication Administration (CRMA) training to all employees
  • Supervise CRMA medication passes
  • Participate in meetings as agency nursing representative as necessary
  • Interact with consumers, guardians, and DHHS and Caseworkers
  • Keep current with nursing ‘best practice’ standards and various state requirements


  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Strong analytical and critical thinking skills
  • Be a problem solver
  • Have excellent writing skills
  • Have excellent computer skills
  • Possess a strong attention to detail
  • Be a team player

Nursing Requirements

  • Active RN license
  • CRMA trainer certification
  • At least Three (3) years nursing experience preferred

We are always looking for talented professionals to join our team and you could be one of them.

Interested candidates please submit your resume.


Wage Band: $30-$35/hr

HR Document Scanner

Position Overview

The HR Document Scanner position supports the Human Resources Department.

A document scanner has the responsibilities of making legible digital copies of hard documents by scanning them and saving them as images or PDF files. Because many of these documents have legal implications, they have to be completely visible, free from scan relics, blemishes, or imperfections in the image. Therefore, the scanning tray must be kept clean by wiping it down regularly and adjusting the settings to ensure the highest image quality possible. As a document scanner, the duties may involve handling sensitive files. The HR Document Scanner must store and handle hard copies according to relevant confidentiality standards.

Position Qualifications and Requirements

Required Education:

  • Must have a High School Diploma or a GED

Preferred Experience:

  • 1 year experience working in a professional office setting
  • 1 year experience working with computers and electronic filing

Job Duties

  • Accurately scans and saves HR documents and paperwork into electronic database.
  • Develops and maintains comprehensive electronic pathways through accurately titling folders and files, ie file management and folder creation.
  • Produces high quality scans which have limited blemishes and are legible.
  • Ability to recognize technical issues with the scanner and request IT support as needed.
  • Ability to conduct repetitive tasks.
  • Performs basic cleaning of scanner tray to ensure high quality scans.
  • Participates in administrative staff meetings and attends other meetings.
  • Communicates with HR team regarding locations of documents.
  • Maintains compliance with federal, state and local employment laws and regulations.