The Chapel Haven Schleifer Center is an award-winning, nationally accredited residential school and transition program serving 250+ adults with a variety of abilities and needs.
We’re holding an on-site job fair on Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Chapel Haven Schleifer Center. 1040 Whalley Avenue, New Haven, CT, 06515.
This is an opportune time to meet program supervisors and talk with our dedicated staff about job opportunities at Chapel Haven.
Pre-registration is kindly required. Click here to register for the job fair:
We currently have career opportunities in the following programs and departments:
Asperger Syndrome Adult Transition Program (ASAT)
ASAT is designed specifically for adults 18+ with Asperger Syndrome and related social disabilities. We offer a range of services.
Student Advisor (FT)
Community Advisor (FT)
Residential Education at Chapel Haven (REACH)
A flagship program at Chapel Haven, offering programming in life skills acquisition, employment, education and social recreation to young men and women ages 18+ with cognitive disabilities. Our clients learn both intensively, in an apartment style residential setting, and on an individualized basis for those living on their own in the greater New Haven community.
Life Skills Instructor (Part-Time)
Program Assistant (Full-Time)
Wellness Coordinator (Full-Time)
Community Programs (SLP)
For more than 45 years, Chapel Haven has nurtured a vibrant community of adults who live in and around our Westville campus and exemplify our mission: to deliver lifelong individualized services empowering them to independent and self-determined lives.
Support Coordinator (Part-Time)
Schleifer Adult Independent Living Program (SAIL)
SAIL is an all-inclusive community program serving individuals with varying abilities who have the desire to achieve personal potential and live independently. SAIL staff deliver individual and group needs-based support; emphasis is on community integration and lifelong learning.
Point Program Staff (Part-Time)
The Center for Employment Services and Opportunities (CESO)
The Center for Employment Services and Opportunities is dedicated to a client-centered, individualized approach to job procurement and career development for individuals with developmental disabilities. Our staff works to individually assess and support participants in order to procure employment in a situation of their choosing.
Employment Specialist (Per Diem)
Job Developer (Full-Time)
Career Development Advisor (Full-Time) Administrative Assistant (PT)
This unique program offers recreation trips, Special Olympics and Best Buddies to our student residents and adults throughout the community. The mission of the Recreation Program is to have a client focused approach in helping individuals stay safe and enjoy recreational activities in the community, focusing on building on the adult’s independent living skills and social communication skills.
Recreation Program Staff (Per Diem)
- Meet the qualifications for the position you are interested in
- Provide a professional resume;
- Dress professionally for a potential interview
All positions require the following:
- Bachelor’s degree in a related field of study, and directly related experience to position
- Experience working with individuals with developmental and social disabilities
- Ability to pass pre-employment drug test and physical examination