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“The most rewarding part of my day is observing firsthand my students’ progress – regardless of how big or small! I feel proud to work for such a unique education institution offering services to such a diverse population.”—Kelly King, teacher
Whether you are just entering the field of education or seeking an exciting new experience, at Elizabeth Seton Children’s you will have a one-of-a-kind opportunity to teach children with medical complexities.
Our unique program combines early childhood and special education within a medical model of care. You will work with students of all ages: from 18 months to 8 years at our community school in White Plains and up to age 21 at our specialty, long-term care center in Yonkers.
Our daily program integrates evidence-based practices in special education, related services, medical and nursing care that help each student achieve their highest levels of independence.
As a valued member of our team, you will have:
✅ Career opportunities that recognize your achievements and offer professional development and growth
✅ Flexible schedules that accommodate staff who are working toward obtaining their degree
✅ Opportunities to collaborate with passionate colleagues from a variety of disciplines
✅ Access to the latest technology that supports differentiated classroom instruction so that all children can learn
The opportunities available at Elizabeth Seton Children’s are unmatched. We truly care for and support our team members and want to see each individual evolve in their profession.
Why do educators love working at Elizabeth Seton Children's?
Elizabeth Seton Children’s provides the highest quality education to children with medical complexities and helps shape their futures. With learning that is individualized and rooted in evidence-based principles of early childhood and special education, our students are given every opportunity to learn, grow and achieve.
Our educators are offered the chance to truly impact the lives of our students in many different ways. Staff are given a voice and are strongly encouraged to participate on our many committees such as our School Spirit Committee, Compensation Committee, Policy Development Committee and more! We offer flexible work schedules, tuition reimbursement and a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Training Program.
Recognized by the National Association of Special Education Teachers as a School of Excellence for 15 consecutive years, our program is as rewarding for our students and their families as it is for our team members.
Join us today!
We hire new graduates!
Elizabeth Seton Children’s welcomes new graduates who are passionate about special education and want to put their skills into practice. Working in a dynamic classroom environment, you’ll receive mentorship and learn from experts in the field to advance your career while forever making a difference in the lives of extraordinary students.
We celebrate diversity and are committed to inclusivity
It brings us joy to witness the meaningful relationships our staff members are able to build with our children, their families and each other, which is why we ensure that our facility remains a safe space for anyone who enters.
Elizabeth Seton Children’s has a long legacy of fighting discrimination, which is rooted in the story of our sponsors, the Sisters of Charity Ministry Network, who began their work over 200 years ago. The children and families we serve come from diverse backgrounds and we recognize the biases they have endured by society in health care and education and are fiercely committed to eliminating racial discrimination in these sectors and beyond and celebrating inclusiveness and diversity.
As an organization, we believe that we are all God’s children and that all life is sacred. We condemn all forms of hate, racism, discrimination and systemic injustice. Emblazoned on the wall of our lobby at Elizabeth Seton Children’s Center to greet each visitor are the words of our foundress, St. Elizabeth Seton: “All are Welcome.”
Grow with us
Elizabeth Seton Children’s is thrilled to announce that we are expanding our footprint and growing our team with the development of the Elizabeth Seton Young Adult Center – slated to open in fall 2024.
The Elizabeth Seton Young Adult Center will be the first home of its kind in the world for young adults with chronic medical conditions who have aged out of specialized, pediatric care at age 21. Located in White Plains, this facility will be adjacent to Elizabeth Seton Children’s Rehabilitation Center and Elizabeth Seton Children’s School.
While hospitals, nursing homes and medical facilities in our region that have been around for decades and even centuries are closing their doors, Elizabeth Seton Children’s continues to evolve with the times and expand to meet the changing needs of the health care landscape.
About Elizabeth Seton Children's
“It’s rewarding to know that every day I have the opportunity to touch someone’s life. These kids give me so much more than I could ever give them, and I will forever be grateful for being able to be a part of their care team.”—Jillian Coar, RN
At Elizabeth Seton Children’s, our mission is to give a full and happy life to children who have some of the most challenging and limiting medical conditions on earth. We are distinctive in our care, teaching and determination to give these young people a transformative chance to thrive.
We understand the reality of our children’s conditions, but we do not focus on their limits. We give them a chance to learn, grow, change, laugh, be joyful and experience childhood.
And when you’re a part of Elizabeth Seton Children’s team, you put our mission in motion.
Elizabeth Seton Children’s encompasses:
- Elizabeth Seton Children’s Center, located in Yonkers, which is the largest specialty, long-term care center of its kind in the country;
- Elizabeth Seton Children’s School, which offers individualized special education to children with medically complex conditions in both our residential medical center in Yonkers and in our community-based setting in White Plains; and
- Elizabeth Seton Children’s Rehabilitation Center, located in White Plains, which offers physical, occupational and speech therapies along with medical specialties and care coordination services.
Elizabeth Seton Children’s employs approximately 1,000 like-minded individuals who work together every day to help our children reach their greatest potential. As a pioneer in pediatric health care and special education for 34 years, our scale, success and approach to helping young people with chronic medical conditions make us like no other.
Join our team today! Together, we can change lives, one child at a time.
Do you have any questions?
Please contact us at 1 (833) 63-SETON