About Our Agency
The South Carolina Department of Disabilities and Special Needs (DDSN) is the state agency that plans, develops, coordinates, and funds services for South Carolinians with the severe, lifelong disabilities of:
intellectual disability and related disabilities
autism spectrum disorder
traumatic brain injury
spinal cord injury and similar disability
About Whitten Regional Center
Whitten Regional Center is a residential facility of the South Carolina Department of Disabilities and Special Needs located in Clinton, SC serving residents with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Maintain floors in unit by dust mopping, wet mopping, clean edges, and corners.
Walls, doors, furniture and beds are to be cleaned as scheduled.
Picture frames, furniture, mirrors and ledges should be dusted daily.
Clean restrooms and showers by scrubbing lavatories, walls, commodes, and floors.
Search, remove and dispose of debris from outside of the unit. Empties cigarette receptacles.
Keep supplies and janitorial closet organized and clean. Issues supplies daily.
Follows a planned work schedule. Organizes duties to avoid conflict with unit programs.
Follow-up in allowed time on inspections of units given by supervision.
Online applications must be submitted at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/ddsn. You must include ALL current and previous work history and education.