Department of Health and Welfare
Consumer-Directed Service Program
SUPPORT BROKER OPPORTUNITIES
The Consumer-Directed Service Program has recently experienced considerable growth.
The need for Support Brokers continues to grow.
Support brokers work directly for adults and/or families with children that have developmental disabilities by helping:
- maximize independence and integration
- develop, write, manage and budget services
- support responsible choices
- identify goals
- identify resources
Job duties of a Support Broker vary, as beyond core responsibilities,
duties depend on the needs and wishes of the employer.
These independent positions are:
Flexible Paid Part-time to full-time
For more information about the Consumer-Directed Services program, or to
get the job description and qualifications of a Support Broker, go to
Note: This job announcement is not a government or Idaho Department of Health and Welfare job posting.
You can view this information here:
And the application can be found here: