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At Inglis, we choose team members for merit, skill and competence. Successful employees are committed to carrying out our mission, serving others, and living our LIST ONE values. We welcome great people without regard to disability, race, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, military service, marital status, or any other characteristics, as protected by law. We encourage all Protected Veterans and the long-term unemployed to apply for any of our open positions.

All Inglis employees are an integral part of our mission: To enable people with disabilities – and those who care for them – to achieve their goals and live life to the fullest. All Inglis employees are caregivers – although not all give direct care to residents or consumers. Our goal in Human Resources is to ensure that Inglis employees have the skills and resources they need to achieve their goals and live life to the fullest.

Below, you will find job openings at Inglis. For more information or further questions, please contact Inglis Human Resources Department at 2600 Belmont Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19131, or call (215) 581-0722 or email

Engineering & Maintenance Director

The Engineering & Maintenance Director will be responsible for the supervision of the maintenance program for over 300 affordable housing units throughout the Philadelphia region; oversight and hands-on preparation for REAC inspections; and technical leadership in new housing development and capital improvement projects.

Employment Specialist

The Employment Specialist’s primary responsibilities are (a) assisting individuals with disabilities in attaining and retaining competitive employment opportunities consistent with their vocational goals and within their community through job coaching, career assessments and evaluations, (b) developing community job leads and (c) supporting the launch and service delivery of a new Pre-Employment Transition Services program to students with disabilities ages 14-21.

Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant

Inglis enables people with disabilities – and those who care for them – to achieve their goals and live life to the fullest. Inglis is seeking a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA).  The COTA has primary responsibility for treatment planning and implementation in accordance with the plan developed by the Occupational Therapist (OT) and certified by the physician.  The successful COTA is responsible for supporting the OT in ensuring that all resident needs are addressed in a timely and comprehensive manner.

This position requires the following registration/certification:
An Associate’s degree on Occupational Therapy from a recognized and accredited institution is required.
Current Professional Licensure in the State of Pennsylvania (Permanent or temporary).

Director of Institutional Giving

As a member of the Development Team, the Director of Institutional Giving will take the leadership role in strategically designing and executing the identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of foundations, government funders, corporations, and other organizational supporters. The Director will also be primarily responsible for ensuring Inglis complies with the requirements and conditions of all institutional funds awarded.

Speech Therapist

The Speech Therapist has the primary responsibility to evaluate, plan and provide treatment services in the areas of speech, language, dysphagia, and cognitive-linguistic deficits.  Also provides treatment in the areas of pragmatic/social communication, augmentative and alternative communication systems.

Resident Services Coordinator/Part-Time

The Service Coordinator’s primary responsibilities are working within a Person Centered, independent living and empowerment model to (a) assist individuals with disabilities, seniors, and families living in the community with accessing community based services and resources

LTSS-Certified Peer Specialist (LCPS)

The LTSS-Certified Peer Specialist (LCPS) provides flexible, community-based services that are designed to promote the empowerment, recovery, and community integration of individuals who have mental health challenges, as well as physical disabilities, by facilitating opportunities for individuals receiving services to direct their own recovery and advocacy process, by teaching and supporting the acquisition and utilization of skills needed to facilitate the individual’s recovery, promoting the knowledge of available service options and choices and the utilization of natural resources in the community, and helping facilitate the development of a sense of wellness and self-worth.

Neighborhood Clinical Leader

The primary purpose of the Neighborhood Clinical Leader (NCL) position is to utilize nursing knowledge and assessment skills in the development and implementation of individualized nursing care plans to ensure that customer needs and all applicable regulations are met. The Neighborhood Clinical Leader will also assist in the orientation and supervision of clinical staff, attend to the daily operations of assigned neighborhoods and assume a leadership role.

Licensed Practical Nurse

Utilize nursing knowledge and basic physical assessment skills in the development of and implementation of individualized nursing care plans to ensure that customer needs and all applicable regulations are met.

Physical Therapy Assistant

The Physical Therapy Assistant has the primary responsibility to administer physical therapy treatments to residents in accordance with the Physical Therapy treatment plan and the Physician’s prescription.  Records resident’s progress and discusses with the physical therapist on a regular basis. 

Regional Housing Coordinator (East Region)

The Regional Housing Coordinator serves as a subject-matter expert to relevant local housing officials, social service providers, landlords and property managers on all issues regarding affordable, accessible, and integrated housing opportunities for individuals with disabilities and older adults.

Occupational Therapist

The Occupational Therapist has the primary responsibility to evaluate, plan, and provide comprehensive treatment plan aimed at maximizing resident’s independence and quality of life.  Evaluates outcomes and makes modifications to treatment plan as indicated.