Current Job Openings

Supported Employment Specialist

Community Personnel Services, Inc. (CPS) is expanding again and hiring part-time employment specialists (ES) to work in multiple locations. We are seeking career-oriented individuals to join our dynamic team of dedicated professionals. The pay rate is $20–$22 an hour.

  • Job Duties:
    • The successful candidate will be the liaison between employers, school personnel, families and students.
    • The ES assists students/clients with varying abilities to explore vocational opportunities.
    • The ES introduces community and transportation resources, providing guidance to our students/clients to achieve independence.
  • Position Requirements:
  • We are looking for dynamic individuals who are seeking a career with a well-established non-profit organization. Applicants must have:
    • Good communication skills
    • Driver’s license
    • Good driving record
    • Associate degree, Bachelor degree or higher
  • Detail and Benefits:
    • Generous compensation
    • Employer-paid pension
    • Paid time off
    • Use of a company car
    • Flexible spending account
    • Health savings account
    • Retirement plan
    • A waiting period may apply
  • COVID-19 Precautions:
    • There will be an in-person interview
    • Applicants will work in-person and remotely due to COVID-19
    • Personal protective equipment provided and required
    • Temperature screenings
    • Social distancing guidelines in place
    • Virtual meetings
    • Sanitizing, disinfecting or cleaning procedures in place

Send résumé to Mary Griggs, Director of CPS, at mgriggs@cpsofnj.org.

Full Time Registered Nurse/LPN/Health Care Professional for ECLC of NJ’s PRIDE Program

ECLC of NJ’s PRIDE Program seeks a full time LPN/Health Care Professional to provide exceptional medical care for adults with developmental disabilities. This direct care position is hands-on and requires assistance with medical needs and medication administration.

  • Job Duties:
    • Provides quality care to program participants.
    • Follows proper medication administration procedures in accordance with DDD.
    • Responds to crises and intervenes as needed.
    • Reviews all program participants’ medical records.
    • Maintains proper documentation in accordance with DDD and Medicaid requirements.
    • Provides staff training to promote professional development and optimize patient care.
    • Consults with staff on medical, health and safety issues.
    • Cooperates with licensing and DDD staff during audits, inspections or investigations.
    • Recommends policies and procedures on health issues and monitors their implementation.
    • Communicates with parents/guardians regarding health issues affecting clients.
  • Position Requirements:
    • Registered LPN/Health Care Professional
    • Experience with individuals with developmental disabilities preferred
  • Details and Benefits:
    • Based in Chatham, N.J.
    • Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
    • Individual medical, dental and vision insurance
    • 403(b) retirement plan
    • Life Insurance
    • Paid holidays and sick days
    • Salary: TBD

Send résumé to Christina Klimkowski (cklimkowski@eclcofnj.org) or Lauren Guerrero (lguerrero@eclcofnj.org) by email or by fax (973-635-1646).

Full- & Part-Time PRIDE Activity Coordinators in Chatham

Work with young adults who have Developmental Disabilities in an alternative day program setting. This is a high-energy position.

  • Requirements:
    • Valid NJ Driver’s License
    • Computer literate
    • Willing to drive a 12 passenger van
    • Previous experience with Medicaid a plus
  • Details and Benefits:
    • Single Medical & Dental
    • Pension
    • Sick Days
    • Paid Holidays
    • Vacation Days
    • Full-time salary: $26,000/year
    • Full-time hours: 8:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
    • Part-time pay: $15.00/hour
    • Part-time hours: 20–25 hours/week

Send résumé to Christina Klimkowski (cklimkowski@eclcofnj.org) or Lauren Guerrero (lguerrero@eclcofnj.org) by email or by fax (973-635-1646).

Substitute teachers and paraprofessionals needed at Chatham and Ho-Ho-Kus Schools

A bachelor of arts degree in special education is preferred for both positions or experience working with students who have special needs. Applicants for substitute positions should hold a County Substitute Certificate to be considered.

Please send your résumé, three references and certifications by e-mail, fax or regular mail to:

Principal Jason Killian — Chatham School
21 Lum Avenue, Chatham, N.J., 07928
E-mail: jkillian@eclcofnj.org
Fax # (973) 701-1059 Principal Vicki Lindorff — Ho-Ho-Kus School
302 North Franklin Turnpike, Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J., 07423
E-mail: vlindorff@eclcofnj.org
Fax # (201) 670-6675