We are COMPASS.  Since 1974, we have impacted the lives of over 42,000 students, parents, and family members.

COMPASS’ mission is to equip those it serves with the skills to become self-sufficient, productive members of their communities and society.

COMPASS specializes in providing services to youth and families that have been referred by public systems, including public school districts, and the Department of Children and Families.

Founded in 1974, COMPASS is a nonprofit organization that provides services to an at-risk population of youth, adolescents and families. We are dedicated to providing comprehensive and individualized educational, stabilization, transition, counseling, support, and enrichment services through our school-based and family-based programs. Throughout our history, we have maintained a commitment to providing the highest quality services, with an experienced, committed, and diverse staff.

We are currently hiring for:

Special Education Teacher for the COMPASS School

The COMPASS School is seeking dedicated, licensed Special Education high school teachers to work with students who have emotional/behavioral disorders, along with specific learning disabilities. Students range from 15-19 years of age. Classrooms are staffed with a 6 student to 1 teacher/staff ratio. Responsibilities include teaching core subjects, implementing IEP goals and behavior plans, assessing student academic performance, completing required paperwork, and attending IEP meetings. Special Education licensure is required.

Learn more and apply online

Master Level Clinician, Community Based

COMPASS is hiring Master-level Family Clinicians for our Community Support & Stabilization program with experience in Human/Social Services. Working as part of a team, clinicians work to improve family functioning, resolve and reduce conflicts, and serve as advocates for families.

Learn more and apply online

Please, only apply for these positions through the links provided above.  Do not send us materials directly.

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