HireAbility Spokane partners with many businesses that have successfully grown their workforce by hiring competent, diverse employees with developmental disabilities.
Individuals with developmental disabilities work in a wide variety of jobs throughout Spokane County, ranging from hospitality to manufacturing to healthcare.
Kalispel Linen Services, Airway Heights, Washington
Medical Linen Sorter/ Technician
Curtis Bash, manager of Kalispel Linen Services knew when he interviewed Brian Walch, he had found a great match for the needs of his company.
“He had a great attitude and was very positive when we met- and since then, Brian has lived up to all my expectations and more.” Click Here to Read More
Hemmingson Center, Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington
Not so long ago, Darby Harrington was working part-time in a job that was no longer fulfilling. Over time, his duties had become limited, leaving him unchallenged and bored. Darby, who was unwilling to accept a job without purpose, spoke with his employment support team and together they decided it was time to seek out a new path. Click Here to Read More
Suncrest Park Association, Nine Mile Falls, Washington
The moment that David Sanchez walked through the door for his job interview, Fred Mashtare, Head Caretaker at Suncrest Park, whispered to Owner, Mike Knowles, “I think he’s hired.” Click Here to Read More
Sodexo Dining, Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington
Dining Room Attendant
When Darren Driggs planned to attend Gonzaga’s mock-interview event with HireAbility Spokane, he never expected to receive a job offer.
But that’s exactly what happened. Click Here to Read More
Southeast Daycare, Spokane, Washington
Kitchen Aide/ Custodial Aide
When Todd Anderson first started his new job at Southeast Daycare, 2 ½ years ago, he never imagined that his favorite part of the job was going to be seeing the kids every day. Click Here to Read More
Durham School Bus Services, Spokane, Washington
The job of a School Bus Attendant is anything but easy. The unpredictability of kids makes every day an almost entirely new experience. For Molly Toohey of Durham School Bus Services
in Spokane, Washington, it’s a challenge that she accepts five days a week,
with a huge smile on her face. Click Here to Read More