HMS offers an exceptional working environment, with a strong sense of team collaboration on behalf of our students. Salaries and benefits are competitive, and we support opportunities for professional development. HMS School believes that every student has the right to experience a rich school program and our staff are dedicated to that goal. Our program provides education, therapy and nursing services to its day and residential students.
For all positions, please send a brief cover letter and resume to Judy Bonghi using one of the methods below. Background checks will be required. No calls please.
Attn: Judy Bonghi, HR Manager
4400 Baltimore Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Development Specialist (FT)
HMS School for Children with Cerebral Palsy seeks a specialist with 5+ years progressive experience in all aspects of Development including donor cultivation, grant writing, planned giving and special events. This role is a full time/12-month position.
Responsibilities will include:
- Leading all donor relations initiatives
- Increasing gift giving and fundraising revenue
- Overseeing and expanding grant funding opportunities and activities
- Cultivating and managing donor relationships from generation to retention
- Securing fundraising revenue by managing fund development, planned giving, fundraising events, annual appeals
- Working with Administration, staff and the Board and its Development strategy for solicitation and to foster school-wide involvement in fundraising activities
- Making public appearances and networking at special events
- Generating community support for HMS School and its mission
- Managing donor and funder solicitation, acknowledgement and reporting information
- Five plus years progressive experience in the field
- Bachelor’s Degree
- Experience/familiarity with Donor Perfect Fundraising Software a plus
Education Administrative Assistant (FT)
HMS School seeks an Education Administrative Assistant with at least 1 year administrative assistant experience for this Full-Time, 12-month position.
The right person must be able to work closely with members of each student’s team made up of Physical, Occupational, Speech and Recreation Therapists, Nursing and Education staff. This person will support and ensure accurate and timely preparation of Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) and related mandated paperwork. Other duties include creating, organizing, and distributing a variety of reports, and the ability to use and manage databases. This position shares responsibilities with the receptionist in our main lobby including duties such as managing package pickup and drop off, and greeting visitors including vendors, school district representatives, medical professionals, and families and other visitors to the school.
– High School Diploma (required); Bachelor’s Degree (preferred).
– One year work experience preferably in a school setting
– Must be a team player with the ability to work with minimal supervision
– A thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office 365 and a willingness to learn new applications/software
– Professional-minded with strong oral, written, and interpersonal communication & organizational skills
– Must be able to multi-task and be flexible as job assignments and priorities change and be able to meet deadlines.
– Confidentiality a must!
Not necessary, but a plus:
– Knowledge of medical terminology
– Special Education environment experience
– Experience with IEP preparation
Personal Care Assistants
We are seeking nurturing individuals to provide care and support to medically fragile students with complex medical needs in our school residence.
Our Personal Care Assistants provide high quality physical and emotional care to students. They assist students by performing or facilitating tasks they cannot do themselves and encouraging independence when appropriate. PCA staff participates in classroom, therapeutic and recreational settings and, after school hour activities.
Candidates must possess a High School Diploma or equivalent and be at least 21 years old.
CPR Certification and PA Department of Education background clearances will be required before starting to work.
Experience working in pediatric or adult residential settings is a plus.
HMS School provides personal care services for children ages 5-21 in both day and boarding school settings. We offer a competitive salary and follow a school year calendar.
Registered Nurses (FT, PT)
We are seeking a nurturing individual to provide clinical support and continuity of care to medically fragile students with complex medical needs in our school residence. Full and part-time opportunities are available covering a variety of shifts.
Pennsylvania RN license, CPR Certification and PA Department of Education background clearances are required before starting to work. Pediatric experience preferred. Effective communication skills a must. Position includes charge nurse responsibilities, management of student health care needs, student assessments and screenings, development of comprehensive care plans, supervising support personnel, participation in conferences and meetings with parents and school staff.
Nursing at HMS is a professionally challenging and rewarding career that provides education, therapy and skilled healthcare services for children age 5-21 in both day and boarding school settings.
To apply, please send resumes by email to firstname.lastname@example.org (Judy Bonghi, HR Director). No faxes or calls please.
Special Education Teacher
We have a full-time opening for a Special Education Teacher. Work with students who have challenging needs and require a variety of supports to best enable them to access their environment! We are looking for creative and flexible individuals. We also have an opening for an on-call substitute teacher.
The Special Education Teacher responsibilities include:
Determining and providing appropriate education intervention for each student in the classroom using appropriate diagnostic techniques, interpreting relevant data form a variety of sources.
Developing and implementing the education portion of each student’s IEP
Structuring individual and group classroom activities
Writing clear, meaningful weekly lesson plans
Communicating and collaborating with others on student teams, including parents
Optimizing the classroom environment and resources by overseeing Teacher Assistants and others in the classroom
Setting the tone of the classroom with positive enthusiasm
Contributing to the overall success and improvement of the Education Department and school
Participating as a contributing member of HMS School staff in organization-wide projects
BS in Special Education; Current PDE Certification in Special Education; Current Act 48 requirements, must have at least 3 years experience in a Special Education setting
Speech Language Pathologist (FT)
A full-time position for a Speech Language Pathologist is available at HMS School for Children with Cerebral Palsy, a Pennsylvania Approved Private School. We offer an array of services to children with a variety of neurologic impairments including: speech-language, AAC, oral motor, and feeding. Work collaboratively with exceptional therapists and teachers in multidisciplinary teams. We are looking for a motivated individual with a passion for working with children and their families to join our team!
Experience with Assistive Technology, AAC, feeding and dysphagia desirable. HMS offers professional development support, research possibilities and opportunities to expand your skills in these and other areas.
Interested applicants must have a Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology and PA certification or eligibility. Experience and CCC’s preferred. Strong CFY candidates considered.
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HMS is an Equal Employment Opportunity Organization: HMS School for Children with Cerebral Palsy supports and practices the concepts of equal employment opportunity in any and all employment decisions, pertaining but not limited to corrective action, hiring, firing, discipline, compensation, assignment, promotion, working conditions, training and benefits, regardless of race, color, religious creed, gender, national origin (including those with limited English proficiency), ancestry, age, sexual preference, veteran status or handicap or disability which does not interfere with a qualified individual’s ability to perform the essential functions of the job with reasonable accommodation, if any.