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
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are looking for someone to handle receiving supplies from outside vendors, the delivery of supplies and checking incoming items against purchase orders for accuracy. Must have one year Warehouse experience.
The Recreation Therapist has the primary responsibility for planning and facilitating programs and groups in Connections, the Inglis Day Program. This provision of services includes a variety of potential treatment interventions with an emphasis on recreation modalities in either a one-on-one and/or group format conducted both within and outside the program space. The ultimate goals of therapist interventions include improving physical, cognitive, emotional and social functioning and the achievement of an optimal level of personal independence for each individual.
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.
This role will help enhance the admissions pipeline – finding the right individuals who would benefit from the programs and services Inglis provides – across all areas including long-term care and day programming to achieve facility census goals and annual budget projections. The candidate will work with local community agencies to generate a positive image and encourage referral activities and will educate the general community about the services and value of Inglis by building relationships with individuals and families looking to make a move to long term care. This role is also responsible for partnering with the DON to pre-screen potential residents for Inglis based on agreed upon criteria, admission review and the coordination of all admissions.
The Senior Regional Housing Coordinator plays an instrumental role in the overall operations and functions of the Regional Teams by supporting the Manager of Statewide Programs and the Regional Housing Coordinators. The SRHC also 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. The Senior Regional Housing Coordinator works directly with the Manager of Statewide Programs assisting with daily duties to ensure organizational needs are met.
Inglis enables people with disabilities – and those who care for them – to achieve their goals and live life to the fullest.
It is essential that all duties are performed with the highest level of integrity, while supporting Inglis Values and Standards of Excellence, ensuring the achievement of competencies and compliance with regulatory agencies.
The Property Manager is responsible for all phases of the operation of a property, including, but not limited to, the general administration and maintenance of the physical plant; to direct and control all personnel and resources to the extent that the property is always well maintained, and in good physical condition with a stabilized financial status. Must possess Certified Occupancy Specialist designation and LIHTC Certification from NCHM or Spectrum at hire and obtain Assisted Housing Manager (A.H.M.) within 12 months of hire. CPM preferred. Must attend HUD and LIHTC trainings as required.
The Program Nurse provides nursing and personal care services to Adult Day Program participants.
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 Pool Respiratory Therapist (RT) who will have the primary responsibility to evaluate and treat residents under the direction of a physician. Inglis residents do not have/use ventilators. The RT will assume responsibility for all respiratory care including therapeutic treatments and diagnostic procedures. The RT will ensure appropriate infection control measures at all times and equipment safety. He/she will collaborate with the interdisciplinary team and resident families to ensure provision of quality care.
This position requires current professional licensure in the state of Pennsylvania.
The Social Services Coordinator (SSC) has the primary responsibility of providing behavioral health services that encourage and supports an environment which is least restrictive to the psychosocial health to a resident of Inglis House.
The RN Supervisor is responsible for ensuring the continual delivery of high quality nursing care.
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.
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.
The primary purpose of your job position is to provide clerical support at the nursing station.
The Program Assistant is expected to assist in the development and research of new ideas for programs and activities, utilizing participants’ suggestions, the Internet, and various books and publications supplied by the program. Completes documentation, such as monthly recreation logs and attendance sheets, as assigned to document and provide feedback on participants’ progress, preferences, and issues. Help to maintain participant files, including filing and clerical work.
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.
The Maintenance Technician is responsible for all phases of maintenance and repair of a property, including, but not limited to, the general and mechanical maintenance of the physical plant and building systems, budget control and adherence, inventory control and the over site of porter and janitorial functions; to direct and control all maintenance and engineering vendors and resources to the extent that the property is well maintained at all times, and in good physical condition. Must attend educational seminars and classes as required by the established training protocol. Must complete required reports and maintain preventative maintenance schedule as described. May be required to supervise Assistant Maintenance Technician and/or Janitor.
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. The Regional Housing Coordinator conducts relevant trainings and provides educational seminars and technical assistance to an array of housing organizations, social service providers, and statewide partners.