Chimes is always looking for great people interested in doing great work. We offer a variety of employment opportunities both for people with disabilities who want to work in custodial services and for people who want to work in support positions in Chimes day and residential programs or in the Chimes school as a teacher, aide, or administrative professional.
People with significant disabilities can find full and part-time employment opportunities with Chimes DC in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, North Carolina, and Washington DC. Professional positions as managers, supervisors, and corporate staff are also available through Chimes DC for people with and without disabilities. All positions with Chimes DC offer competitive salaries, attractive benefits packages, and advancement opportunities.
Positions as Support Staff with Chimes Maryland, Chimes Delaware, Chimes Virginia, and Chimes International provide competitive salaries as well as advancement opportunities. In addition, employees are able to take advantage of a variety of outstanding benefits offered including paid leave, medical insurance for our employees and their families, disability, retirement plans, tuition reimbursement, and much more.
At Holcomb Behavioral Health, career opportunities in the fields of Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse are available in southern and central Pennsylvania, central New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland. These positions offer competitive salaries, advancement opportunities, and excellent benefits.
Chimes is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer, making decisions without regard to minority/female/veteran/disability status, or any other protected class. View the federal Equal Employment Opportunity poster here.
Employment opportunities for people with disabilities in the Mid-Atlantic Region
Employment opportunities supporting people with developmental disabilities at Chimes Maryland, Delaware, Virginia and Chimes International
Career Opportunities in the fields of Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse