Join us at JPII

Are you looking to make an impact that will truly make a difference in someone’s life? We are seeking individuals who are passionate about helping all students and adults reach their God-given potential. Work with a team whose goals are to carry out our vision and mission of supporting students and adults to success and independence.

You can print and fill out our application here. Please send your completed application and resume to Mary Adams at to apply.

The following clearances need to be obtained before employment can begin:

-Criminal History Check
-Child Abuse Clearance
-FBI Clearance
-Mandated Reporting Certificate

John Paul II Center is an equal opportunity employer.

Speech-Language Pathologist

Seeking a candidate to provide speech and language services to students with identified needs by conducting assessments and recommending and providing appropriate remediation services to students. They will also provide consultation to teachers and staff to meet the speech and language needs of the students in all classroom settings. Will be required to attend IEP meetings and provide input and goals. Consultation will be provided to the adult program staff and individuals. The candidate must have certification in speech/language pathology. This is a full-time salaried position with competitive wages.

Job Coach

JPII is seeking a self-motivated, compassionate individual with strong interpersonal and organizational skills to work alongside secondary students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The candidate will assist students working toward independence and ultimately obtaining job skills. Job duties will include working with students in one-to-one situations and small groups and transporting students to and from worksites in school vehicles. The job coach will split their time between the classroom and the community. The candidate will work 29 hours a week during the school year. Experience in special education is a plus, but a minimum high school diploma is required.

Program Specialist for Adult Program

We are seeking a caring, motivated person and team player to develop and manage a program for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities that builds self-confidence and independence and encourages individuals to find meaning in everyday life. The position requires strong organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills, managing caseload, and supervisory duties. Experience with intellectual and developmental disabilities in a social or health services field. Bachelor’s degree required.

This is a full-time, year-round position. EOE

Instructional Aide for School Age Program

The instructional aide will be working with students in the classroom setting under the direction and guidance of the teacher. This position is 29 hours a week from September to June. There may be optional limited hours in the summer.

Direct Service Staff for Adult Program

The DCS will be working with adults in a licensed day program. Supporting individuals in a program and out in the community.  Need to be able to assist with lifting as needed. Full-time and part-time positions are available. This position is year-round.

Relief and substitute positions are also available.