Employment Opportunities

  • Come join our team. Our staff enjoys a competitive benefits package, generous time-off, and a supportive work environment that encourages professional development. To apply for any of our open positions, please send your resume and cover letter, including salary requirements to:

Human Resources Dept. WS
Hudson Valley Community Services
40 Saw Mill River Road
Hawthorne, NY 10532
or Fax to:
HR Dept (914) 785-8227
or email us at HR@hudsonvalleycs.org

Positions as of June 21, 2017

  • Assistant Director Client Services – Newburgh:  Reporting to the Director of Client Services, the Assistant Director is responsible for assisting the Director in the administration and operation of the programs in the Department of Client Services.  The Assistant Director also plays a role representing the department and its programs to the community at large. The Assistant Director will oversee Administration, Clinical, and Operational functions of our programs in Orange and Sullivan Counties.  Working with the Director of Client Services, assists in managing, implementing and evaluating all Client Services programs. Monitors and assures compliance with contract requirements and program standards of government and private funding sources. Working with the Director of Client Services, assists in writing and implementing all Mid-Hudson Continuation Funding Applications and Requests for Proposals. Supervises the Sr. Program Supervisor, Program Supervisor for Nutrition, the OC/SC Program Assistant, and the Medical Transportation Coordinator. Provides program development and implementation for programs in the Mid-Hudson region including Health Homes, NOEP, Nutrition Services and Medical Transportation. Ensures the development and implementation of systems that are needed for efficient management of all aspects of Mid Hudson Programs. Coordinates in-service trainings to meet funding requirements. Provides consultation and presentations to community agencies on HIV-related and Chronic Illness issues. Conducts community outreach, ensuring full utilization of all program services and funding requirements. Participates in department and agency management meetings, director’s meetings, and regularly scheduled supervision sessions with the Director of Client Services as well as with direct reports. Responsible for quality assurance activities by ensuring client records are maintained within program standards and maintaining compliance with program goals and objectives. Participates in special projects or community provider meetings as assigned by the Director of Client Services. Work collaboratively with other staff members to facilitate and enhance service delivery to clients. Perform other relevant duties as assigned. Requirements for the position: Masters degree in social work or related field; Two years as part of a senior department management team; Demonstrated skill and experience as an administrator within a service provider setting; 3 years clinical and administrative supervisory experience with a working knowledge in two of the following areas: HIV/AIDS and/or mental health and/or substance abuse and/or domestic violence.
  • Project ALERT Prevention Specialist – Hawthorne: This position is based in our Westchester County office located in Hawthorne, NY. Under the supervision of the Prevention Supervisor, the Prevention Specialist will deliver HIV/AIDS, STI and HCV prevention interventions, testing and referrals to heterosexuals in Westchester, Rockland and Putnam counties. The position is based in HVCS’ Hawthorne office and requires travel in all three of these counties.. You will conduct outreach and recruitment activities using a variety of methods: presentations to service providers, Social Networking strategies, electronic and web-based social media, and engaging key community members; provide HIV/STI/HCV counseling, testing (rapid, fingerstick, venipuncture, urine, as appropriate), referral and partner services; make referrals for individuals in need of medical care, mental health, substance use, and other support services; provide health education and risk reduction prevention interventions and services, including CDC DEBIs such as VOICES/VOCES, SISTA, Safe in the City, Safety First, and interventions delivered to individuals (IDIs); conduct screening, intake, enrollment and follow-up of clients in the program; enter data into the AIRS system; ensure compliance with chart requirements in accordance with departmental/agency policy and procedures; work collaboratively with other staff members to facilitate and enhance service delivery to clients; engage in weekly supervision with the Prevention Supervisor; perform other duties as assigned. Requirements for the position:  A high school diploma with two years of experience in health education, HIV/AIDS counseling and/or disease prevention will be considered. An Associate degree in education, health, human services or related field with experience in outreach, HIV or STI counseling and prevention. A Access to a car, valid driver’s license, and some evening and weekend hours are required.