Staff Openings:

Quest Farm is now accepting applications from interested candidates to fulfill the following positions:

The Evening Residential Staff works in a group home for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Job duties for this position include, but are not limited to, administering medications, preparing meals, transportation of individuals, working on independent living skills with residents, assisting with individuals cleanliness and hygiene and cleaning the home.

The Evening Residential Program Staff shift is Sunday 6p-12a and Monday through Thursday 3:30p- 12am. The Evenings Residential Staff is a full-time position and qualifies for health insurance, matching 401(k), and paid days off.

The Residential Weekend Relief Worker is a part-time position.  The position includes caring for intellectual and developmental adults in a group home, which includes but isn’t limited to cooking, administering medications, transportation to outings within the community, and cleaning.  The hours are from 3:30 p.m. Friday through 6 p.m. Sunday and staff typically work 2 weekends a month.

Those interested in applying for these positions should forward a resume to Tabatha Redmon at

Community Living Support  &  Community Access Specialist

By becoming a member of the Quest team, staff may work individually with participants in a number of capacities that include helping individuals join clubs or groups, learn daily living skills, teaching self-advocacy skills, reach exercise goals, participate in volunteer work in the community, or assist clients in their home.

High School Diploma required with one year experience working with people with developmental and intellectual disabilities. This position provides direct care to supported individuals assisting with their personal needs and with activities of daily living. The individual hired will also be  required to have the ability to adequately communicate with participants’, participant’s family, other staff members and supervisor(s),along with the ability to problem solve, be technology savvy and sufficiently be able to complete simple paperwork by deadline.

A personal vehicle with valid driver’s license and auto insurance, strong communication skills, leadership/management experience preferred. Regulated trainings and ongoing training required to further competency in the field. (CPR/ First Aid, Phase I & II Training, Medication training (when applicable).

For those interested in applying, please contact Kayla Sorrell with your resume at or by calling (502)-535-6064.