We are regularly in the market for dedicated, enthusiastic professionals to expand our team of experts. We foster an inclusive workplace and offer fantastic benefits, paid time off, and flexible scheduling.
Our professional staff: We have a very talented and dedicated team of professionals, educators, and family support staff who have a passion for early learning, early intervention and serving families and children in need.
Our administrative and support staff: Members of our administrative and support team are a close-knit, positive group of individuals who wear many hats and are always up for a challenge. We provide support to our professional staff and work hard to keep the agency running smoothly.
Medical insurance – including health, dental, vision & hearing
401k retirement plan with employer match
Section 125 Cafeteria Plan, POP and FSA
Generous paid-time off:
13+ paid holidays, including last week in December
PTO starting at 12 days annually
Bereavement Leave and Jury Duty Leave
Current job openings:
None at this time – please check back soon!
Thoughts from Wonderland staff:
“I love the flexibility in scheduling that Wonderland provides. My boss is invested in my personal and professional development.”
“Warm and welcoming! That is how Wonderland felt when I first started working here in 2003, and it still feels like that today!”
“Each member of the Wonderland team brings unique strengths from professional and personal experiences. I enjoy learning from my colleagues and becoming a better practitioner the more I collaborate with my team. There’s always room to grow here.”
“I enjoy working with the diversity of employees at Wonderland, and I feel like I make a difference. Wonderland cares deeply about the children we serve and their families, which reflects how employees are cared about as well.”
“Wonderland is a wonderful place to work. I love the warm, family atmosphere throughout the agency. We all rely on each other for support, and everyone is valued for the strengths and abilities they bring to the table.”