Career Opportunities

This July 2017 class raised the number of N.O.M. employees to 500+ (in our new training room)!

No Ordinary Moments is a strong, solid company with more than 23 years in existence.  We currently have more than 650 employees and more than one third of them have been with us a minimum of 5 years.  Many have been with No Ordinary Moments for more than 10 years.  We strive to be outstanding in every area and to do the best we can for our consumers and our staff.

No Ordinary Moments is always open to interviewing those who have the desire to work with the developmentally disabled. Truth be told, the people we serve have very challenging behavioral issues and/or serious medical issues. The work can be very difficult and may include working with people who can become violent, who often exhibit a great deal of self-injurious behavior, who can be very resistant to supervision and who exhibit a very high frequency of very difficult behaviors.  In spite of the difficulty the great majority of my staff will tell you that this is the best job they have ever had and by far, the most rewarding.

We require that our staff be enthusiastic, committed, motivated to learn, willing to follow the rules, polices and procedures that No Ordinary Moments sets forth and who are open to working with a wide variety of consumers in many different situations. Those with a high tolerance for deviance and a low tolerance for boredom are a huge plus!

If you have previous work experience serving the developmentally disabled and possess the traits listed above, we definitely want to meet you. If you have no experience but do possess the character qualities we require and if you have a strong desire to dive into this field of work knowing that it can be like no other job you have had in the past then please submit an application or stop by our office and complete your application there.

We operate 24 hours a day, all year. We typically are in need of full and part time Personal Attendants, days, evenings and nights. The pay range is between $14.80 and $18+. Overtime is available. Benefits are offered to full time employees after a maximum of 60 days of employment.

All of our Personal Attendants (both divisions) are initially interviewed by one of our administrators, has his/her references checked and is required to undergo Live Scan, a Department of Justice fingerprint check for criminal backgrounds. Each newly hired Personal Attendant must spend 24 hours in orientation and training prior to working in the field. Subjects include a thorough orientation to the developmentally disabled system, basic behavior modification orientation, medication guidelines and administration training and No Ordinary Moments’ policies and procedures and handbook training. Also included are mandatory CPR/First Aid training for all new hires and Pro-ACT (Professional Assault Crisis Training) is required of those who will be working in an environment that might include violence. There also is a monthly training session for all staff. Yearly re-certification of CPR/First Aid training is required.

If you are interested in employment with No Ordinary Moments, please feel free to download our Employment Application (located at bottom of this page).

Upon completion, you may drop it off at our office:

16742 Gothard St., #115
Huntington Beach, CA, 92647

OR you can E-mail your application to

contactus@noordinarymoments.com

OR you can fax it to

(714) 848-3075

Please feel free to contact us if you should have any questions.  We thank you for your interest.

Employment Application Download

Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status. If you need assistance or an accommodation during the application process because of a disability, it is available upon request.

We added a new, larger training room in August 2018.

 
I DO NOT KNOW WHAT YOUR DESTINY WILL BE BUT ONE THING I KNOW: THE ONLY ONES AMONG YOU WHO WILL BE REALLY HAPPY ARE THOSE WHO HAVE SOUGHT AND FOUND HOW TO SERVE.                  ALBERT SCHWEITZER