The Bancroft School at the Phoenix Center for Rehabilitation and Pediatrics (Phoenix) is a unique collaboration between two leading institutions, which opens up a whole new world to children who are medically complex and technology-dependent. The program is based on the successful school model at The Bancroft School at Voorhees Pediatric Facility, the first New Jersey Department of Education approved private school for the disabled located within a sub-acute care residential facility. This on-site private school serves the educational needs of children who are medically fragile and technology dependent and require continuous skilled high level nursing and respiratory care.
Do you aspire to help children and young adults build important, life-long skills they need now and in the future? Are you interested in teaching and ready to make a real impact in the lives of our next generation? As a Special Education Paraprofessional, you’ll assist teachers in the planning and implementation of classroom instruction to meet the one-on-one needs of students.
Enrich Students’’ Lives, Enrich Your Career
The Bancroft School is the leading provider of special education for children and young adults living with autism, intellectual, and developmental disabilities. Working here is an opportunity to empower students through teachable moments every day.
How You Can Make a Real Impact:
- Assist teachers with classroom instruction of special education students
- Work one-to-one with students on Individualized Education Plans (IEPs), enrichment activities, and behavior plans
- Document incident and progress reports and other paperwork as required
- Communicate with teachers, clinical staff, students, families, and guardians
- Encourage family participation in students’ education
- Discuss progress and opportunities to stimulate students’ continued growth and development
Hear From Real Employee, Sara, About Teaching at Bancroft
We’re Hiring Compassionate Team Members Who:
- Have a Bachelor’s degree or are currently enrolled in a four-year degree program
- Have completed a minimum of 60 credits in Education, Childhood Development, or related field
- Have six months of related work experience
- Have effective teaching, facilitation, and communications skills
- Experience supporting individuals with developmental disabilities
What You’ll Love About Bancroft:
- Meaningful Purpose: We truly make a difference in the lives of our students, and it inspires us to be better educators.
- Lasting Bonds: We are a close-knit, committed team who feel like a second family
- Personal Growth: There are opportunities to learn and build skills, professional development, career advancement, tuition assistance, and loan repayment programs
- Outstanding Benefits: We offer competitive salaries, retirement savings program, generous paid time off, medical and dental insurance, and more
What May Challenge You:
- Every hour of each day is different
- Working with students with behavioral and other challenges can be physically, mentally, and emotionally tough
At Bancroft, you’ll do more than just make an impact. We are a care team of 2,700 employees across 200+ facilities and homes in NJ, PA, and DE committed to making a lasting difference in the lives of the people we serve and their loved ones. Together, we work diligently and compassionately, to improve the lives of the people we serve. Find your purpose and more at Bancroft.
Real Life. Real Purpose.