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Work With Us

Cornerstone DSPs are the beating heart of our mission and our face in the community. Without exceptional people, there is no agency. When you join our team, our highest priority is to hear, support and value you. And we recognize your commitment to our clients with work flexibility and an excellent benefits package.

Who We Look For

We’re always interested in hearing from compassionate, motivated people who have disability-related experience and can contribute to our positive culture. Don’t have experience? That’s okay, too! Cornerstone provides comprehensive online training that develops your skills efficiently so you can serve our clients confidently and competently.

If you’re currently a Personal Support Worker (PSW) providing direct support through the State of Oregon with your own provider number, transitioning to a DSP role with Cornerstone could be a smart business decision. We bring clients to you, pay competitive rates, handle billing, and pay you on time.

Please note: All Cornerstone DSPs must have a valid driver’s license. Current CPR certification is required (but we will pay for your training, if needed).

What We Provide


As we begin to place you with clients, we will find assignments that are a great personal match and that also fit the hours and days you would like to work. Schedules require a firm commitment, but may adjust over the course of a client relationship.

Competitive Pay

Reach out to learn more about what we offer.

Comprehensive Benefits

Health insurance (medical, vision, dental) available for providers working 25+ hours a week

Paid sick leave (40 hours per year) and three days of personal PTO

High-quality yearly training and professional development

Retirement savings through Oregon Saves with automatic payroll deductions

Referral bonuses

Join the Cornerstone Team

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