Employment Opportunities

At Renaissance House, our well-trained staff is key to providing great service. We provide intensive initial training and continuous staff development to build competency and leadership in our direct care staff members.

Our initial training includes 24 hours of instruction covering client rights, emergency procedures, medication administration, client fund management, individual needs assessment and RH policies and procedures. Ongoing training covers a wide variety of topics that lead to success in caring for our clients, including personal future planning, relationship building, creating a home, behavior management, social role valorization and Program Analysis of Service Systems’ Implementation of Normalization Goals. (Don’t worry; we’ll explain what this really means in terms of working comfortably with our clients.)

Renaissance House is guided by Executive Director Robert “Bob” Weinhardt, who has more than 40 of experience in the field of supported living services. He is committed to being sure the entire staff – both those providing direct service and those in support roles – are constantly building skills and knowledge to provide high quality care. We strive to promote teamwork and good relationships between all levels of our workforce.

If you’re a compassionate, dedicated, hard-working individual, we may have a great career opportunity for you in Seneca, Hancock, Erie, Huron or Sandusky counties. For more information, call 419-447-7901 or email us at rgoshe@renhouse.org. You can even download our application from this site, complete it and fax it to us at 419-447-3377.

Current Opportunities



Interested in job opportunities at Renaissance House, Inc? Please apply for a position and we will get back to you as soon as possible.



A Direct Support Professional is under the general supervision of the Service Coordinator, Program Specialist, or designee. They are the secondary staff responsible for providing the activities for daily living services (ADL) services for the individuals residing in that home(s)


  • High School Diploma or equivalent


  • Valid Ohio Driver’s License, acceptable driving records, (less than 6 points), and use of an insured vehicle.
  • Ability to relate to and communicate with individuals with disabilities
  • Ability to read and comprehend written materials
  • Ability to perform basic math functions and ability to manage funds
  • Ability to legibly write and complete documentation
  • Skill in organizing, training, and motivating individuals served
  • Requires physical effort or strain. May include lifting, constant stooping and walking, the ability to routinely push/pull, climb stairs, reaching and bending. With the possibility of lifting 50 lbs.
  • Able to work flexible hours that may include weekends, nights, and holidays.


  • Paid training
  • Paid Certifications
  • Referral bonus
  • Paid time off (PTO)
  • 403B Retirement Plan
  • Supplemental Insurance such as dental/vision, life insurance, short-term disability
  • Birthday Bonus

Employment Application

Please fill out our online employment application below, or download and print out the PDF version here.