Employment

Buxmont Academy and CSF (Community Service Foundation) employ educators, houseparents, counselors, caseworkers and interns who are committed to helping youth make changes and thrive. Our staff utilize restorative practices to provide nurturing environments and hold youth to high expectations to help them grow. Supported by experienced and compassionate organizational leaders, our staff maintain a positive, collaborative work culture.

Educational Records Specialist

Buxmont Academy is seeking an Educational Records Specialist to provide support in maintaining all educational records, including student records, transcripts, report cards, Title 1 reports, IEP’s, etc.  The Educational Records Specialist will work closely with the Supervisor of Special Education and Instructional Specialist in supporting our school program by maintaining accurate academic records and continuing close relationships with current referral sources.

The Educational Records Specialist will:

  • Maintain school records and transcripts for current and former students.
  • Provide school Coordinators assistance with current educational software systems (Rediker, Edgenuity, IEP Writer).
  • Coordinate school standardized testing programs.
  • Provide on-going support for school records clerks.
  • Assist with completing forms, reports, etc. including those related to the National School Lunch Program and PA Private School Licensing.

Requirements for this position include proficient communication skills to read and interpret documents; skilled ability to write reports and correspondence; and strong ability to collaborate and connect both within the workplace and with outside referral sources. The main office for this role is in Feasterville, PA; occasional travel is required during scheduled hours.

Interested applicants should contact Dr. Michael DeAntonio at 215.534.5215 or send an email to [email protected]

Teaching

Buxmont Academy seeks caring and creative educators who have a passion for helping youth succeed! Our classes are student-directed and incorporate a blended curriculum. Our team provides a multitude of learning experiences to ensure that our students gain educational knowledge and develop prosocial behaviors.

We currently have part-time positions available for teachers of math, social studies, science, English, arts and music. Teachers with multiple certifications may be eligible for a full-time position in secondary education, K-12 education and special education.

Please email a resume to [email protected].

Foster Home Parents

We currently have foster home parent positions available. Foster home parents live expense-free in our beautiful homes in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, supporting youth in need, ages 12-18. One parent earns a full-time salary while the other may hold a full-time job outside of the home. With the benefit of reduced living expenses, foster home parents find they are able to save money while helping youth to change their lives. Our foster home parents receive ongoing support and training and build strong relationships with our counseling and teaching staff.

Please contact Jessica Jaffe at 610-442-0774 or [email protected] to apply.

Counseling

We occasionally have full-time counseling and caseworker job openings for degreed individuals in our day treatment/school sites, aftercare drug-and-alcohol supervision program and foster care program. Our sites are located in Bucks, Montgomery, Northampton and Delaware counties, in southeastern Pennsylvania. Our employees interact with youth in group and individual counseling sessions and recreational activities, write treatment plans and create liaisons with parents and referral sources. Family counseling will be required in some positions.

If interested, please:

  • email a resume to [email protected]; OR
  • mail resume to Community Service Foundation, 531 Main Street, Bethlehem, PA 18018-5837; OR
  • fax resume to 610-807-0423.

Internships

CSF Buxmont is committed to providing meaningful internships for college students. Internships are a great opportunity to learn how to work with at-risk youth. Interns are involved in all aspects of the programs they are working in, including direct interaction with youth, families and referral sources.

For more information, please contact the coordinator at the campus where you wish to intern.