Employment

Working at The Woodlands

As a member of The Woodlands staff, you will enjoy new and challenging experiences and make a positive difference in the lives of our participants. If you have a genuine interest in enriching the lives of children and adults with disability and chronic illness, then The Woodlands is the place for you!

 

Building & Grounds Associate

The Building & Grounds Associate (BGA) is responsible for the daily cleaning, timely setup, maintenance and accessibility of the Woodlands campus and facility. The BGA will be focused on providing a safe, aesthetically pleasing, proper functioning campus. This is a PT, potential FT position. $12/hr min. EOE. Act 33/34, ACT 73 clearances, Act 31 certification… Read more »

Registered Nurse

Job Title:                     Registered Nurse Job Category:            Part Time, Temporary Supervisors:               Program Manager, Director of Programs and Medical Director JOB SUMMARY:       The Registered Nurse is responsible for the intake and distribution of all medications and personal care routines to participants during… Read more »

Summer Camp and Weekend Retreat (Overnight) Healthcare Associate

JOB SUMMARY: The Healthcare Associate is primarily responsible for distributing medication, providing appropriate professional medical support, and supporting personal care routines. Healthcare Associates remain on campus with participants overnight during all WFI camps and retreats. Healthcare Associates Will: Oversee the distribution of all medicine prescribed by program participant’s physician. All medications must be stored under double… Read more »

Summer Camp and Weekend Retreat (Overnight) Counselor

JOB SUMMARY:  The Counselor ensures that participants reside in a clean, healthy, and safe environment, while supporting and attending to participant needs. Counselors remain on campus with participants overnight during all WFI camps and retreats. Counselors Will: Fulfill all personal care needs (including but not limited to: showering, toileting, feeding, daily morning/evening routines, and transferring) of… Read more »