Handishop Industries, Inc. - Rehabilitation Center and Adult Day Centers in Wisconsin
Handishop Industries, Inc. - Rehabilitation Center and Adult Day Centers in WisconsinHandishop Industries, Inc. - Rehabilitation Center and Adult Day Centers in WisconsinHandishop Industries, Inc. - Rehabilitation Center and Adult Day Centers in WisconsinHandishop Industries, Inc. - Rehabilitation Center and Adult Day Centers in Wisconsin

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Handishop Industries, Inc.
1411 N Superior Ave.
Tomah, WI  54660
608-372-3289

EOE, A/A, D/V, M/F

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Current Open Positions:



Production Assistant with forklift duties in Tomah.  This person assists and trains participants in various vocational tasks in the work center program on the assembly floor in the production department.  They would plan, direct and coordinate daily production issues in a rehabilitation facility.  This person would also have forklift responsibilities.

Job Coach- Full Time:  The Job Coach is responsible for on-site training and support of assigned individuals in community-based jobs and/or work experiences.  The Job Coach will develop and teach general skills that lead to employment.

Rest Area Lead Worker- Full Time: We have two lead worker positons open:

First shift- at the Rest Area near Black River Falls
Sedond shift at the Rest Area near Sparta

Duties include cleaning restrooms and picnic areas, mowing lawns and removing snow.  A successful candidate will be dependable, have the ability to work with people having a wide range of disabilities, and hold a valid driverís license with a good driving record.



Applications available to print below or pick up at 1411 N. Superior Ave. Tomah, WI.

Print Handishop Application

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