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Director of Human Resources
4 Commerce Lane
Canton, NY 13617
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For additional information call the Human Resource Department at 315-386-1156. Completed applications can be sent to Human Resources Department, 4 Commerce Lane, Canton, NY 13617
CP of the North Country is currently accepting applications for a full-time Corporate Compliance Officer/Director of Quality Assurance. This position oversees the administration and implementation of the agency's Corporate Compliance Plan, conducts regular review of the Corporate Compliance Plan's effectiveness and propose modifications as deemed appropriate, ensures patient safety through the development and maintenance of systems to detect and manage patient adverse events as well as proactive measures to evaluate areas of risk in the health center, investigates alleged violations and cooperate with appropriate parties to handle violations promptly, conducts and coordinates QA reviews to assess compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements and assists in the development and maintenance of agency Policy and Procedures Manuals.
Position requirements include a Bachelor's Degree in Human Services or a health-related field, three (3) years experience in a health or human services field and knowledge of DOH, OMIG and OPWDD regulations.
Full-Time, Part-Time and Per Diem Direct Support Professional positions now available in our Residential Program. Duties include providing habilitation services to people residing in our IRA’s and within the community. Candidates must be willing to work flexible hours including evenings, nights and weekends. A High School Diploma or GED Equivalent required. New York State Driver's License for at least two years with a clean driving record and reliable vehicle for business use required. Must be able to pass criminal background check and fingerprinting. Benefits include: medical, dental & vision insurance; paid vacation; personal, sick and holiday time, and a 401K Retirement Plan. To find out more about this position, watch the short video on our YouTube Channel: Click Here
We are looking for self-motivated, energetic Direct Support Professionals to work full-time in our Habilitation Services Program providing assistance & training in social, educational, vocational & recreational activities to individuals with developmental disabilities within the community. Bring your experience to us, or let us pay you to train on the job. Good communication (verbal & written) & people skills are a must, as well as good organizational skills. Travel is required & applicants must be willing to work flexible hours, including some evenings & weekends. Requirements include: High School Diploma or GED, Valid NYS Driver’s License with at least two years driving experience, and successful completion of a Criminal Background Check. Benefits Include: Comprehensive medical, dental and vision insurance, paid vacation, personal, sick and holiday time, and a 401K Retirement Plan.
We are now accepting applications for a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Job responsibilities include psychological assessments, developing and implementing behavioral support plans, complete plan reviews, staff training, and participation in team meetings. This person will also be an active member of the Human Rights Committee. Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Word is required. Experience or knowledge of OPWDD Person-Centered Behavior Intervention and regulations are preferred. Hours will vary, but on average 25-30 hours per month.
The Support Broker assists individuals with developmental delays (OPWDD eligible) and their families/advocates to coordinate services and supports to enable the individuals to access meaningful activities in their daily lives and to promote self-determination. The position is based out of Canton. Position requirements are: an Associate's degree in health, human services or a business related field with one year experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities. Bachelor's degree in a health or human services field preferred. Completed OPWDD regulated broker training preferred with strong communication, organization, computer and clerical skills.