Employment at BCI takes on many forms all of which align to aid us in our constant mission-minded pursuits. Whether you are interested in becoming a member of the BCI staff or you are an adult with a disability seeking meaningful employment options, BCI has a place for you.
We are currently looking for qualified applicants for the following positions:
For adults living with disabilities, BCI offers Organizational Employment and Community Employment.
offers a unique work environment and an opportunity to thrive by focusing on abilities, rather than disabilities. We transform a desire to work into something meaningful, without sheltering, and we offer the support that leads to success. Organizational employees work at either BCI-St. Peters or BCI-Lincoln County, and they are packaging and assembly experts! It’s rewarding when they see the goods they’ve packaged on the shelves of their neighborhood stores. For high school students, BCI also offers a Summer Teen Employment Program.
offers more competitive, independent employment. Community employees work individually or as a team at local companies that contract with BCI. Working on-site at these businesses allows employees to showcase their capabilities, character and commitment to excellence in an integrated environment. This program offers more independence while still providing access to BCI’s individually tailored support network. Community Employment is the embodiment of our mission. There is nothing more fulfilling than hearing the words, “They’re hired!”
The vision of BCI is for all people to achieve their potential and find purpose in meaningful employment. Our years of experience have taught us that the best way to help our clients realize their career goals is to focus on abilities rather than disabilities and that each individual requires a unique level of attention or independence to find success.
Regardless of the path our clients choose, success and safety are paramount for BCI.
Check back regularly to stay up-to-date on our current job openings. In order to qualify for specific positions, you must meet certain skill and education requirements. BCI also requires the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screening and background check.
It is the policy of BCI to provide equal employment opportunities through a positive, continuing program. BCI will not discriminate against any staff member or applicant for employment with regard to compensation, terms, conditions or privileges of employment because of race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, religion, disability, military status or any other status protected by law.
For more information about career possibilities at BCI, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a team, we do our best to celebrate the progress that our company and our employees make. Part of fully recognizing our appreciation is offering benefits that are rewarding, beneficial and cost-effective for our employees.
Generally, employees are eligible for:
• 403 (b) Retirement Savings Plan
• Paid Vacation
• Paid Holidays
• Sick Days or Paid Time Off
• Performance and Recognition Programs
• Group Insurance Plans
As with every aspect of BCI, we recognize that different members of our team might have different needs in order to fully profit from our services. Employees working in Organizational Employment and those working in Community Employment tend to have different requirements for group insurance because of benefits provided for them through other sources, such as Medicare, Medicaid and/or programs for which they qualify. BCI pays for certain benefits; others are on a cost share basis through payroll deduction. Waiting periods for participation apply for some benefit programs.
Available benefits and eligibility requirements will be reviewed during the interview and placement process. Benefit programs may be added or modified at the discretion of BCI management.