NOTICE: As of Oct 1, 2019, our agency has been renamed the Department of Aging and Disability Services to better reflect our core services (previously the Department of Rehabilitation Services)

Employment

To  find current job openings of interest in all state agencies please visit the new State of Connecticut Executive Branch Online Employment Center. This site also includes information on how to apply, job classes and more. Please note, there is no longer a separate application for exams and current job openings, evaluations of each application will determine if you meet the minimum qualification of the job and will constitute the examination.
 
From time to time we will showcase different career paths within the agency. Please bear in mind, this does not mean there are job openings at this time. You must visit the new State of Connecticut Executive Branch Online Employment Center to see what positions are open within the agency.

 

Please see below for information on just some of the careers we offer: 

 

Careers in the Education of Children who are Blind or Visually Impaired
Helping to make a difference in the lives of children who are blind or visually impaired, certified Education Consultants (also known as Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments, or TVIs) from Aging and Disability Services work with children from birth through high school, providing instruction in Braille as well offering strategies to make learning accessible and fun.
 
Helping to make a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities, Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors at Aging and Disability Services work with job seekers, employers and training providers to develop and coordinate a plan that results in employment success.
 
Careers in Disability Claims Examining
Helping to connect people with disabilities to vital Social Security benefits is an important role that Aging and Disability Services Disability Claims Examiners perform daily. For a person whose disability prevents them from working, Social Security benefits can be the bridge needed to pay the rent, buy groceries and live independently.