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
Cerebral Palsy Association of the North Country is accepting applications for an Accounts Payable Clerk. This position will complete all accounts payable activities for the Finance Department. Requirements include a two year degree in Accounting or Business (preferred), three to five years experience in Accounts Payable and Purchasing, and proficiency with Excel and Microsoft Office. Excellent organization, computer and information management skills are also required.
Full-Time, Part-Time and Per Diem Direct Support Professional positions are 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 is required. New York State driver's license for at least two years with a clean driving record and reliable vehicle for business use is also required. Applicants must be able to pass a 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
Our dedicated team seeks candidates for a full time House Manager position located in Canton. Responsibilities include scheduling, supervision of staff, plan development, and coordination of services for people with developmental disabilities. Position requires a High School Diploma or GED equivalent, one year of supervisory experience, and one year of experience working with people who have disabilities. $1,000 sign-on bonus available after completion of training period.
CP of the North Country seeks candidates for a Registered Nurse to work in our Residential Services program, providing services to people with developmental disabilities. This position is responsible for directing the health of people receiving services, ensuring medical needs are met, acting as a liaison and advocating with the medical community, and accompanying people to medical appointments as needed. Position also requires the development and update of care plans, staff training in all health issues, conducting medication assessments, and ensuring refills are called in. Work schedule is primarily days with some evenings and weekends for staff training. Requirements include current NYS License in Registered Nursing and a valid NYS Driver's License.