We’re On A Mission… Building Better Lives.
If you are looking for a place where you can truly make a difference and live your passion every day, we invite you to take a close look at AHRC New York City. We are always looking for bright and talented people to join our diverse team.
Our Direct support staff are the primary providers of supports for people with developmental disabilities in New York City.
There are many exciting opportunities for employment and training at AHRC New York City. Wherever your interests lie, at AHRC NYC you will find a full range of opportunities to develop and grow your career.
Our competitive compensation and excellent benefits package, outstanding opportunities for personal and professional growth, and supportive work environment reflect the value we place on the contributions of each team member.
AHRC NYC is committed to diversity and encourages applications from all qualified candidates.
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Search for current job openings and apply online by using our JOB SEARCH PORTAL or call the AHRC New York City Job Information Hotline at (212) 780-2764 for more information on available positions and how best to apply! Full Time, Part Time and Per Diem Positions are available, with flexible schedules.
AHRC New York City offers an excellent benefits package including: vacation, sick and personal days, comprehensive health insurance, commuter benefits, tuition assistance, 403b plan, flexible spending plan, discounts on computers, entertainment, gym memberships, and many more benefits.
If you have questions about AHRC NYC’s benefits, please call our Benefits Hotline at 212-895-3381
Internship opportunities are available for college students seeking course credit, and for people who are preparing for graduate school.
AHRC New York City offers a number of exciting internship opportunities for people in undergraduate and graduate programs. These opportunities can help to prepare people who are on a career path in the Human Services field.
Additionally, AHRC NYC can accommodate interns who are interested in all fields of Human Services, although selections may depend on our ability to provide an intern with proper oversight by staff.
AHRC NYC also offers Pre-Doctoral Level Psychology Internships that are accredited by the APA. As part of their training, psychology interns can expect to become involved in a number of service delivery programs including:
– Outpatient mental health services
– Interdisciplinary assessment services
– Crisis intervention services provided via a mobile team
As part of an interdisciplinary team, psychology interns will interact with a broad range of professionals including physicians, social workers, nurses, speech and language pathologists, occupational therapists and physical therapists.
The Department of Family and Clinical Services offers a two-semester practicum for third and fourth-year doctoral students in School Psychology and Clinical Psychology providing supervised experience in evaluating and treating people with developmental disabilities and their families for behavioral problems.
Staff Training Opportunities
AHRC NYC staff are provided with frequent opportunities to improve their skills through staff training seminars. Additionally, staff are encouraged to further their education in the field of developmental disabilities and related studies.
AHRC NYC seeks a Community Support Professional to plan and coordinate activities to counsel and support individuals with disabilities in becoming valued members of their communities. In coordination with a team of professionals, evaluates the strengths and limitations of individuals. Coordinates the training and support of individuals at home and/or community. Empower individuals and their families by providing the support and information necessary to make informed choices and decisions. Assists individual in identifying the formal and informal supports available in his/her community, family and social network and works with the individual to develop and sustain relationships with friends, family and community members. Helps build the self-esteem and assertiveness necessary to lead a self-determining life. Promote behavior that enhances inclusion in their communities. Assist individuals in managing everyday aspects of life by utilizing habilitative strategies and providing support in a manner that builds on individual strengths and capabilities and maximizes choices. Assist individual to overcome challenges through effective advocacy and the facilitation of self-advocacy. Uses appropriate and safe strategies for crisis prevention, intervention and follow up. Actively contributes to advancing the mission, goals and organizational life of AHRC. Completes necessary documentation in an efficient and timely manner. Ensures that program remains in compliance with OPWDD regulations, agency philosophies, and policies. Facilitate effective communication with employees and outside agencies for the ongoing development of community opportunities.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Masters Degree in Psychology or Human Services.
SEND RESUME TO:
Seth Krakauer, Employee Development Manager
83 Maiden Lane
New York, NY 10038