IFP Staff gain life-long experience in various fields (education, social work, dietetics, psychology, special education, communication, and many others) while teaching, problem solving, and assisting Consumers in the community. Many IFP staff have gone on to careers in special education, counseling, or nursing, equipped with valuable field related experience coupled with their degree. For example, psychology students can observe and participate in the development and implementation of behavior support plans, individual counseling sessions and one-on-one problem solving.
Intervention for Peace is currently hiring for the positions listed below. We are looking for responsible, reliable and team-oriented applicants.