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Employment Opportunities

If you are interested in joining the Meyer Center team, feel free to contact us at: employment@meyercenter.org

The Meyer Center employs staff in the following positions:

  • Licensed and registered physical and occupational therapists
  • Therapy assistants
  • Speech-language pathologists
  • Certified special education teachers
  • Teaching assistants
  • Administrative and Executive Staff
  • Development staff
  • Social work

Open Positions

Development Specialist

The Development Specialist is responsible for the research, development and writing of grant proposals to corporations and other grant-making organizations, persuasively communicating the organization’s mission and programs to potential funders. They are also responsible for day-to-day gift processing and acknowledgment, donor data accuracy and reporting, donor cultivation and stewardship, and general support for other Development Department initiatives as needed.

Position Description

In agreement with the mission and strategic focus of the Meyer Center for Special Children and under the direction of the Director of Development, the Development Specialist will:

  • Identify and develop a calendar of existing and new funding opportunities to help meet the department’s revenue goals
  • Assemble and submit grant requests, including letters, proposals, budgets, and presentations
  • Meet all deadlines and comply with all reporting as required
  • Manage the execution of daily gift processing from beginning to end, including acknowledgements, receipts, phone calls and tribute card processes
  • Maintain constituent files by timely and accurate data entry, generation of monthly metric reports, design and production of queries, lists, and other reports for analysis and mailings
  • Track sponsorships, matching gifts and pledges
  • Reestablish relationships with lapsed donors by cultivating an ongoing affiliation designed to move a donor prospect to a greater level of engagement, make personal contact with donors focusing on retention and upgrades of individual gifts, gaining sound understanding and commitment of the donor
  • Initiate discovery calls to build and manage database prospect pool, cultivating and soliciting prospects through personal visits, phone calls and written communication
  • Provide general support for the Development Department, including special events logistics and staffing, community outreach, and other duties as needed

Full job description can be reviewed here.

Corporate Engagement & Special Events Coordinator

The Corporate Engagement & Special Events Coordinator introduces, engages and fosters community support for the Meyer Center and its mission through building successful relationships with the corporate community. Primary duties include the solicitation of corporate sponsorships and engagement in both program initiatives and events. In addition this position is responsible for the successful planning, organizing, management and execution of all signature and 3rd party events.

Position Description

The Corporate Engagement & Special Events Coordinator reports to the Director of Development and works to:

  • Prospect, cultivate and steward corporate community support
  • Plan, organize, and execute the Ladies Holiday Luncheon and the Kids Classic Golf Tournament
  • Monitor and coordinate event timelines, work with vendors, and manage volunteer to ensure success
  • Direct both silent and live auction item solicitation, confirmation, presentation and distribution
  • Help the Director of Development recruit and manage event sponsorships, in-kind donations and event committee members
  • Work with the community relations team to publicize events in advance and recognize sponsors as indicated at each event
  • Monitor and adhere to the event budget
  • Manage event receipts/invoices including accurate coding, approval and submission for payment
  • Ensure that all volunteers, vendors, sponsors and staff members involved are aware of job duties, roles and expectations in advance of each event
  • Ensure that quality client/customer standards are upheld at all times
  • Schedule and coordinate event committee meetings
  • Connect with event staff, volunteers, sponsors and attendees to ensure that the needs of each is effectively met
  • Thank all event donors and participants in a timely manner
  • Oversee 3rd party events hosted by Meyer Center partners
  • Other duties as assigned

Full job description can be reviewed here.

Executive Director

In agreement with the mission and strategic focus of the Meyer Center for Special Children, the Executive Director will work with staff and the Board of Directors to lead a shared vision for the future of the organization, building a strong understanding around the mission and developing constructive goals to advance both short and long-term strategies.
Position Description
The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for Board governance, development and community relations, finance, human resources, management and administration for the Meyer Center for Special Children.

Full job description can be reviewed here.

Classroom Teacher

There are currently no open positions.

To be considered for future openings, please submit resumes to employment@meyercenter.org.

Substitute Teacher

Hours: As needed, 7:30am – 6:00pm M-F.

Requirements: High School Diploma/GED

Preferred: Two years’ experience working with preschool children; Certification in CPR and First Aid.

Job Type: PRN

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Substitute School Nurse

The school nurse is a registered nurse certified by the SC state board that strengthens and facilitates the educational process by improving and protecting the health status of students with special needs at the Meyer Center. The major focus of school nursing services is the prevention of illness and the early detection and correction of health problems. The school nurse is uniquely qualified in preventative health, health assessment, and referral procedures.

Hours: PRN 7:30am-6:00pm M-F.

Requirements: Possession of a current RN license in good standing to practice professional nursing in South Carolina; Certification in CPR and First Aid.

Preferred: Experience in the pediatric care setting.

Job Type: PRN

Required license or certification: Registered Nurse (RN)

Speech Language Pathologist

There are currently no open positions.

To be considered for future openings, please submit resumes to employment@meyercenter.org.

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In accordance with Federal law, the Meyer Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, familial status, disability or limited English proficiency.  The Meyer Center is an equal opportunity/affirmative action provider and employer.