If you've been looking to start your career in the healthcare industry, a great way to do so is by becoming a Direct Support Professional (DSP), a role that allows you to work one on one with people living with intellectual or developmental disabilities.

Working as a DSP can be extremely rewarding and fulfilling as it provides you with the opportunity to support the emotional and physical well-being of individuals who need it most and teach them the skills they need in order to lead self-directed lives.

Sasi, one of the largest non-profit service providers in the region, has nearly 1,000 employees serving 4,000 patients in more than 50 locations and is currently hiring more DSPs to help them deliver the quality care they're known for.

In addition to DSPs, Sasi is also seeking a Registered Nurse, an Information Security Specialist, as well as a Director of Supported Employment Program. Complete job descriptions for each position can be found below.

Direct Support Professional (Residential)

$13.00 hr
Rotating and Set schedules available
- Full benefits package (health, dental, vision, life insurance, 401k) offered to Full-Time employees
- Time off offered to Full Time and Part Time employees

As a direct support professional, you are responsible for delivering quality services while maintaining a safe and therapeutic environment that supports the emotional and physical well-being of people receiving supports. You are committed to a person-centered approach and support the activities outlined in the individual's plans of service. You will encourage people to lead self-directed lives, including active participation in their community to the greatest extent possible.


High School Diploma or GED preferred PLUS a Valid New York State driver’s license with an acceptable driving record within Agency’s criteria.

Benefits of working for Sasi:

  • Personally rewarding/fulfilling career making a difference in the lives of others
  • Advancement opportunities
  • Benefits including medical, FREE dental, vision, 401(k) and generous paid time off
  • Fully paid training and certifications

Information Security Specialist 

Full-Time position located in Elma, NY.

Under the direction of the designated Chief Information Security Officer, the Information Security Specialist is responsible for protecting the organization's computers and network from viruses, malware, security breaches, malicious attacks in order to mitigate the risk of critical data from being disclosed, altered or destroyed.


Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or Information Systems + 1-year experience in information security-focused role OR

Associates Degree in Computer Science or Information Systems PLUS 2 years’ experience in information security-focused role OR

Equivalent combination of education and experience as noted above.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Good organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Thorough understanding of computer programming and risk management.
  • Thorough understanding of computer-related security systems, including firewalls, password protection and authentication, and site-specific controls on physical access to computers.
  • Excellent and constructive interpersonal skills.

Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills

Registered Nurse

Full-time - Monday - Friday Days; Work remotely; Limited on-site

Summary of Duties:

Oversee the health care of developmentally disabled adults in assigned group homes and/or day habilitation program setting and advise/train direct support staff on their needs so they can provide the required medical support.


Competitive salary/benefit package available


Bachelors or Associates in Nursing. Current New York State license to practice as an RN. Valid Driver’s License and mode of transportation to travel between assigned locations.

Director of Supported Employment Program

Full-Time exempt (35 hr) position based in Hamburg. Paid time off, health, dental, 401(k). $48,000-mid $50,000.

Coordinates programs and services for supported employment in community settings. This position serves as Senior Case Manager for individuals participating in supported work. Develops service plans and monitors progress against personal and employment objectives. Responsible for supported work programs, schedules, required reports, regulatory compliance and other functions that may be required to provide appropriate programs. The Coordinator of Supported Employment Programs is responsible for providing supervision and evaluation for staff assigned to supported work programs at multiple locations. Provides liaison function between the employers providing the supported work and Sasi. Assists with caseloads, when necessary, to ensure delivery of supports.


Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling, Occupational Therapy, Psychology, Social Work, or closely related field PLUS one (1) year of experience consisting of a combination of paid vocational rehabilitation and paid employment support experience;

PLUS one-year supervisory experience


Bachelor’s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling, Occupational Therapy, Psychology, Social Work, or related field PLUS four (4) years’ experience consisting of a combination of paid vocational rehabilitation and paid employment support experience; including at least one (1) year of supervisory experience.