Careers at Community Interactions, Inc.
Make a difference in your community. Join the staff of Community Interactions!
Since CI’s founding in 1973, our mission has been centered on assisting the individuals we support, helping them to create independent and meaningful lives. We couldn’t sustain this mission without the dedication of our caring, professional staff members. CI employees work as a team, coming together every day to make a difference in the lives of those individuals who have chosen CI as their service provider.
Our employees carry out the company’s mission: To provide principle-centered, person-driven services to individuals with intellectual disabilities and behavioral health challenges, so they may live meaningful lives as contributing members of their communities.
Community Interactions offers excellent benefits, including health/dental insurance contributions, life insurance, 401K, paid leave time and holidays.
Swarthmore Corporate Office
740 South Chester Road
Swarthmore, PA 19081
Phone (610) 328-9008
Fax (610) 328-4597
Delaware Office & Day Programs
625 West Newport Pike
Phone (302) 993-7846
Fax (302) 993-7849
Community Interactions is an EEOC employer and maintains open and equitable personnel systems. Personnel policies, procedures and practices are designed to prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, religious creed, disability, ancestry, national origin (including limited English proficiency), age, or sex. Employment opportunities are provided for applicants with disabilities and reasonable accommodation(s) is made to meet the physical or mental limitations of qualified applicants or employees.
Community Interactions, Inc., is proud to promote a drug-free work place.
Our Application Process
We’re committed to hiring the most capable and qualified individuals to provide support for the people with disabilities who utilize services through our organization.
In order to pursue employment with us, you must be at least 18 years of age*, possess a current, valid driver’s license with a clear driving record, have a high school diploma or GED equivalent, and be eligible for employment in the United States. You will be required to submit the following documents.
- Proof of highest level of education (High School diploma, GED, etc.)
- Driver’s license
- Proof of employment eligibility
- References to include: Two (2) professional and one (1) personal
(References must be submitted to our Human Resources Department upon your first interview.)
After receiving your application, please give at least two weeks for us to process it. You’ll receive a confirmation postcard acknowledging the receipt of your application. After your application has been received and reviewed, should it meet the minimum requirements, you’ll be contacted for a pre-screening interview. This is not a regular interview or an offer of employment.
All pre-screened candidates are placed into our applicant tracking system for review by the hiring managers. Should your qualifications meet the specific needs of a home or program site, the hiring manager or a human resources representative will contact you to arrange an interview and/or site visit. Following a successful in-person interview/site visit, an offer of employment may be extended.
If you have received a pre-screening phone call, but have not been called for an interview, your application will remain on file and available for review by hiring managers for the next six months. Any applicant whose file has been active for six months or who at any point in the application process is determined not to meet the qualifications or current needs of Community Interactions will receive a notification at the address on file.
Please be aware that due to the large volume of applications received, it’s not always possible to respond to specific inquiries. Generally, a prospective candidate will go through several phases of screening and interviewing before an offer is extended. We ask that all candidates be patient with the our hiring process.
Also, all candidates should be aware that offers of employment are made contingent upon the successful completion of a post-offer physical examination and drug screening, and successful completion of orientation. The cost of the pre-employment physical will be deducted from an employee’s first pay. The cost of the pre-employment drug screening must be paid in cash to Springfield Occupational Health by the applicant. Further, Community Interactions’ New Hire Orientation is a two-week process, running Monday through Friday, 9 am – 5 pm. All new hires, regardless of status or shift, are required to attend Orientation and successfully complete all courses.
If you have a desire to work with the individuals we support and meet our general requirements for employment, we look forward to welcoming you into the CI community.