Hot Dogs & Hiring

Princeton – (8/6/19) – This past summer, Enable added a new twist to their regularly scheduled job fairs – Hot Dogs & Hiring. It is no secret that agencies in the human services industry are in constant need for qualified direct support staff. Enable, Inc., is a nonprofit that provides programs and services for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The organization currently operates 21 community-based group homes and four day programs. Enable continues to grow and is expecting to open four more homes by the end of the year. The need to hire qualified, caring individuals to staff Enable homes is a top priority.

“According to the most recent US Census nearly 53 million people in the United States have a disability, with an estimated 1.7 million residents in NJ. To work as a human services professional we look for committed, compassionate people who strive to make a difference in the lives of the consumers we serve,” says Kerri Wright, Vice President, Human Resources at Enable.

Offering competitive wages, 401k retirement plan with employer match, generous PTO, health, dental and vision benefits, paid life insurance, paid training, and career advancement opportunities, Enable has openings for Community Living Specialists, Direct Support Professionals, Residential Managers, Team Leads, Behaviorists, and Quality Assurance Specialists.

Several more job fairs are scheduled, including Italian Ices and Interviews on August 23rd, Cheese, Crackers & Careers on Sept 20th, Costumes & Careers on October 30th, and Holidays, Hot Chocolate & Hiring on December 6th; however, job seekers don’t have to wait for one of these special events, they can apply at any time by visiting, and clicking on Careers, or they can email

“Our Hot Dogs & Hiring job fair was such a success. We look forward to meeting more potential employees at our upcoming fairs,” says Wright.

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