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$20,000 Loan Repayment Program
Bancroft offers up to $20,000 towards school loans for employees working in the following programs: The Lindens, Lakeside at Mullica Hill, and Children’s Community Residential Programs.
Qualifying Degrees: Associate, Bachelor or Master degrees (or qualifying coursework towards one of these degrees), in the following majors:
- Applied Behavior Analysis
- Human Services
- Social Work
- Special Education
- Health Sciences
- Business Administration (or related degree) for Manager positions
Earn your degree at Bancroft
Bancroft is proud to partner with universities throughout the region that allow our employees to access some of the best opportunities for continued and graduate studies in related fields of study, including an on-site Masters in ABA conveniently held in small groups at Bancroft.
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Advancement opportunities for great employees are a priority. At Bancroft, we support our employees in moving through the organization and helping them reach their career goals.
Tuition reimbursement is available for career growth, with a benefit of up to $5,250 each year towards a relatable degree. Our employees can also take advantage of tuition discounts at area universities, including a Master’s program in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) offered on site at Bancroft and at no cost to selected participants through a partnership with Rider University.
Bancroft is a fulfilling place to work for people who are excited about making a difference in the lives of others.
We offer an array of generous benefits including:
- Competitive salaries and hourly pay rates
- Generous PTO package that provides paid time off based on years of service
- Comprehensive benefit plans including medical, dental, vision and prescription coverage that begin after 60 days of employment
- Growth and educational opportunities, including a tuition reimbursement benefit of up to $5,250 each year
- Compensation structures based on a pay-for-performance philosophy
- A retirement savings program with a matching employer contribution and financial planning services
- Recognition for outstanding achievements and service to the organization
Bancroft’s Mission: Bancroft provides opportunities to children and adults with diverse challenges to maximize their potential.
At Bancroft, we’re committed to building and developing a diverse team with a shared passion for making a real difference in the lives of others. Join the Bancroft team and have the opportunity to learn, grow, and make an impact in a mission and value driven organization helping people with disabilities achieve fulfilling lives.
Direct Support Professionals provide daily care to our residents in residential and vocational settings. These roles are an entrance point to a career through our tuition reimbursement program and career paths that provide opportunities to advance in the organization.
The Bancroft School is the regional leader in Special Education. Our teachers and support staff provide a continuum of learning from Early Intervention through our Elementary, Middle and High School classrooms.
Bancroft’s Rehabilitation Therapy Center of Excellence provides best in class diagnostic and therapeutic services. We are seeking Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists, Cognitive Rehabilitation Specialists, and Neuropsychologists to enhance the potential of each individual and meet their specific rehabilitation needs.
Our Applied Behavior Analysis Center of Excellence delivers world-class behavior analytic services throughout the organization. Behavior Analysts and ABA staff employ their clinical skills in a variety of settings, including educational, residential, and external consultation sites.
Bancroft provides comprehensive and interdisciplinary care through our team of medical specialists, including highly skilled physicians and nurses. Through primary care services, advocacy, and education, they contribute to the continued quality health of individuals with developmental disabilities, brain injuries, and neurological impairments.
Experience an opportunity, like no other, to truly make a difference in the lives of others through our support functions. Career opportunities exist in Administrative, Facilities, Finance, Human Resources, and Information Technology roles.