Come join the GHA team!

If you are interested in taking your career in a new direction, then it is time to explore a future at GHA Autism Supports.  We are seeking highly motivated and caring candidates who are interested in working with individuals with autism.  We offer excellent pay and benefit package. Additional trainings are available.  GHA Autism Supports is an E. O. E. Drug Free Workplace.

Join our team today and earn a longevity bonus after 6 months of employment! 

Current Openings - Stanly County

The Network Administrator is responsible for overseeing GHA’s network infrastructure to ensure proper maintenance and security across GHA. The Network Administrator will develop and implement cost effective systems to support GHA’s goals by working with other IT staff and GHA employees to identify network or computer systems needs, overseeing the installation of new hardware, software, servers, applications, services, settings and using employee feedback to isolate issues. 


Finance Coordinator
The primary responsibilities of the Finance Coordinator will be to assist with the financial functions of GHA Autism Supports. As a para-professional, the Financial Coordinator position requires self-direction and self-motivation. The Financial Coordinator must adhere to essential job duties as outlined in the job description and works under the supervision of the Director of Finance. This position requires a four-year degree in accounting or related finance field. A minimum of two years’ experience in billing, accounting, finance, accounts payable, etc. or closely related field is expected, as well as a valid driver’s license. Starting pay range for this position is $25-$30 per hour, depending on education level and relevant experience.
Regulatory Coordinator
The primary responsibilities of the Regulatory Coordinator will be overseeing clinical and habilitation services for GHA Autism Supports individuals and supervision of site managers. The Regulatory Coordinator should execute competently and professionally the essential job duties outlined in this description. The Regulatory Coordinator is a member of the Treatment Team which evaluates, provides services for and monitors progress of the individuals. The Regulatory Coordinator is a professional position providing specialized services. As a professional, the Regulatory Coordinator is expected to be self-directed and self-motivated to improve his/her knowledge of autism and Division TEACCH approved teaching methods.
Residential Manager Trainee

The primary responsibility of the Residential Manager Trainee is personnel supervision of staff and to provide training and supervision to individuals in the residential sites under the supervision of the Residential Manager. The Residential Manager Trainee is a member of the Treatment Team which evaluates, provides services for, and monitors progress of the individuals. The Residential Manager Trainee is a professional position providing coordination of and instruction in habilitative programs which provides specialized daily living training, and assistance with training, as well as training on behavior management techniques. The Residential Manager Trainee is expected to be self-motivated to improve his/her knowledge of autism, observational communication, and teaching skills under the training and supervision of the Residential Manager.

Direct Support Positions

1 Direct Support Trainer Overnight – Fulltime, 2nd/3rd shift, 64 hours weekly

1 Direct Support Trainer – Full-time, 2nd shift, 30-35 hours weekly

4 Direct Support Trainers – Part-time, 2nd shift, 20-29 hours weekly

1 Health Care Support Tech/CNA – Full-time, 1st/2nd shift, 40 hours weekly

PRN/Substitute Positions

GHA is always accepting applications for great candidates to join our team for PRN positions!

–Substitute Registered Nurses/Licensed Practical Nurses

–Substitute Direct Support Trainers


EOE, Drug-free workplace

Current Openings - New Hanover County

1 Support Advocate Trainer – Full-time, 1st Shift, 35-40 hours weekly

GHA is always accepting applications for great candidates to join our team for PRN positions!

–Substitute Direct Support Advocates for our New Hanover region


EOE, Drug-free workplace

Employment requirements:

✓ Valid Driver’s License

✓ High School Diploma or GED

Applications for employment:

Visit the GHA Autism Supports Career Center and select “Join Our Talent Community”

Click here to download & print PDF

OR applications can be picked up at the Administrative Office at:
213 North Second Street in Albemarle between the hours of 8:00 am – 4:30 pm Monday through Thursday, and 8:00 am – 2:00 pm Friday.

Completed applications can be dropped off during these same hours.

Applicants for our Wilmington operations may complete an online application, or may print out and complete the application and mail to GHA Autism Supports, P.O. Box 2487, Albemarle, NC 28002.

We keep all applications on file for 30 days.  You will be contacted if we need further information.  We kindly request that all applicants refrain from calling to receive status updates.

COVID-19 (coronavirus) Information

GHA Autism Supports continues to keep the health and safety of all individuals supported and employees at the core of all decision making. We have implemented the following safety measures:

  • All group meetings have transitioned to utilizing conferencing systems.
  • Strict visitation guidelines are in effect at all programs.
  • We encourage temporarily replacing in-person visitation with telephonic communication to limit exposure at all sites.
  • Second Street Sundries is currently offering curbside pick-up and ordering through the online system.
  • We will continue to monitor all updates, and update this information accordingly. Thank you for your patience as we navigate these uncertain times.

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UNC COVID-19 Toolkit – Supporting Individuals with Autism through Uncertain Times >

Contact Us

Physical Address:
213 N. Second Street, Albemarle, NC 28001

Mailing Address:
PO Box 2487, Albemarle, NC 28002

Wilmington Office:
PO Box 4122, Wilmington, NC 28406

Phone: (704) 982-9600
Fax: (704) 982-8155

Phone: (910) 769-1046
Fax: (910) 399-1780

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GHA Autism Supports is licensed by the Division of Health Service Regulation of the North Carolina Department of Human Resources. In addition, GHA Autism Supports is nationally accredited by Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). ICF/IID homes are certified by the North Carolina Division of Medical Assistance. GHA Autism Supports is a member of the North Carolina Association of Community-Based ICF/IID and CAP providers and the North Carolina Providers Council.

In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, religion, sex, familial status, sexual orientation, and reprisal. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs).