Delaware County Careers – Elwyn


Elwyn LogoSince its inception in 1852 as one of the nation’s first schools for children with intellectual disabilities, Elwyn has continued to be at the forefront of developing unique, innovative services for people with disabilities.

For more than 150 years, its mission and vision have remained steadfast. Maximizing potential through personal commitment, collective talents, and innovation, Elwyn supports individuals with diverse challenges in shaping distinctive, meaningful lives. Its headquarters is located in Media.

Manager of Diversity, Inclusion & EEO Compliance

This position oversees the implementation and ongoing evaluation of Elwyn’s corporate diversity and inclusion, equal employment opportunity, and affirmative action plans. He/she prepares for and supports federal desk and on-site audits, requests for additional information, and position compensation benchmarking.

The ideal candidate will preferably possess a bachelor’s or master’s degree in business or public administration, human resource management, industrial relations, or a related field of study. He/she will have a minimum of seven years of experience in broad-based human resources functions, including at least four years of experience managing affirmative action and EEO programs.

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Help Desk Support – Information Technology

This position assists the end-user community with computer- and telephone-related questions or issues as it relates to connectivity, functionality, and general use of equipment. He/she serves as the first point of contact for the community and solves their PC-related problems.

The ideal candidate will possess an associate degree in information technology or an equivalent combination of training and experience. He/she will have a minimum of one year of PC-related troubleshooting experience. The person will have strong customer service skills.

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Direct Support Staff

This position develops, implements, and documents individual programs for mental health consumers in a highly structured therapeutic setting. He/she assists and trains consumers in all areas of self-care in order to foster the highest level of independence. The person acts as an advocate, representing client needs and rights with outside social service agencies. He/she designs and facilitates therapeutic groups.

The ideal candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree. He/she will have two to three years of experience working in the mental-health field. The person must have a valid driver’s license, a safe driving record, and continued maintenance of the same.

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