United Cerebral Palsy of Southern Arizona (UCPSA) is looking for motivated employees who want to make a change for the better in the lives of individuals living with disabilities. UCPSA is a local non-profit known for its excellence and innovative programs for people of all age groups living with all types of disabilities.
Our staff of compassionate and supportive individuals work every day to achieve our mission of, “Life without limits for people with disabilities.” Aside from the competitive salaries and employee incentives, UCPSA employees are recognized and appreciated for their part in helping build a better life for people with disabilities.
UCPSA uses a combination of online and hands-on training for individuals to become state certified Direct Care Workers (DCW). In addition, in-person orientations are provided for DCWs and clients for more individualized training and job success.
Full-Time Employee Benefits
We offer our full-time employees a selection of health care and dental plans. These are coupled with paid vacation time and sick leave. You can also create your own schedule to accommodate your living location and available time to work.
Part-Time Employee Benefits
We offer our part-time employees paid sick leave and two dental plans. These are coupled with the employee’s ability to create their own schedule to accommodate their living location and available time to work.
Create Your Own Schedule
You provide us with your availability and we work to provide you shifts with appreciative clients who are close to your home and will benefit from your skill set and available time.
Employee of the Month
The employee’s certificate is displayed in the reception area for the month and the employee receives a $50.00 bonus.
United Cerebral Palsy of Southern Arizona (UCPSA) recognizes that sometimes the best choice for families caring for a loved one is to call upon a trusted friend, neighbor, or family member to provide caregiving services. UCPSA is the agency of choice for family caregivers. We have streamlined the training and hiring process for family caregivers, enabling them to increase or enhance their caregiving skills while gaining a new network of support in our team of UCPSA professionals.