Job Opportunities


Below are the positions currently available at Maryhaven.

Activities Coordinator (AC)

The Activities Coordinator will facilitate, coordinate and participate in the daily instruction of the individuals Maryhaven supports to ensure meaningful activities. This person will assist in the development, implementation and maintenance of quality programming to support the program participants and their needs.

Administrative Assistant

Performs a variety of tasks that require planning and organization to meet deadlines and quality standards as well as performs routine secretarial duties.

Applied Behavioral Specialist

Assesses, develops, implements and monitors consistent behavior management programs for mentally and physically disabled individuals with emphasis on proactive programming and a team approach.

Assistant Residential Manager (ARM)

Assists in the day to day operation of the residence in accordance with regulatory requirements, agency policy and quality program standards. Encourages the development of independence, individualization, integration and productivity of the residents.

Autism Specialist

Responsible for the implementation of environmental, educational and behavioral supports as related to the diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorders. This person will assist in the development, implementation, and maintenance of quality behavioral programming while assuring we are in accord with the Maryhaven Behavioral Philosophy, to support the program participants and their needs.

Behavioral Intervention Technician (BIT)

As part of the Day Habilitation Services Program, the BIT delivers services including (but not limited to) Community Integration, assisting Activities Coordinators, assisting BIS and crisis intervention. The BIT is assigned to support an individual as needed during times of crisis and activities. In addition, the secondary focus is to implement proactive components to all Behavior Support Plans.

Bus Driver-Class C

Responsibilities include driving agency vehicle and transporting the individuals to and from sites; Providing supervision for the individuals on the bus and knowing all of the individuals on bus route by sight and name; Maintain a daily attendance sheet of all of the individuals on route; Calling in absences of individuals to office staff; Accurately performs vehicle pre-trip inspection.

Clerical

Receptionist responsibilities. High School diploma/GED and valid NYS driver's license required. Must be proficient in Word/Excel.

Community Integration Specialist

Provides instruction and training to individuals in community work settings. Provides support to help individuals attain desired outcomes for future competitive employment opportunities.

Culinary Arts Specialist

The Culinary Arts Specialist will maintain all facets of the kitchen at the Medford DH. He/She will be responsible for ordering equipment, replenishing items, food inventory, creating specialty lessons, conducting lessons, overseeing the food prep for the Assisted Living Facility meal component, coordinate the food aspect of the program's special events throughout the year, etc. This person will work closely with the program management to assure all of the above stated Kitchen/Food tasks are completed, according to the Department of Health/O.M.R.D.D. regulatory code.

Direct Support Professional (DSP)

Promotes a warm nurturing environment in which to live while supervising each resident in the development of social, recreation, ADL and independent living skills and overall community integration.

Housekeeper/Cook

Prepares meals for site as per menu. Assists Dietician in preparation of season’s menus and maintains cleanliness of residence in accordance with regulations. Performs Direct Support Professional duties; providing hands on care for individuals as necessary.

HVAC Specialist

Maintains the agency's HVAC equipment in proper working order, performs preventative maintenance and responds to emergency service calls as required.

Integrated Business Associate

Responsible for the instruction and training of individual's on document scanning and shred and at times packaging and assembly skills in accordance with regulations.

Job Coach

Provides needed supports necessary for individuals to obtain or retain competitive employment by overcoming functional deficits and assisting with job referral, job development and job placement.

Job Developer

Develops employment opportunities for individuals within the community and provides necessary supports for individuals to maintain  and become stabilized in competitive employment.

LPN

Provides nursing services, which include distribution of medication, first aid and follow up if needed. Provides resident/staff health education, and acts as liaison with primary care providers and doctor as needed. All within accordance of regulatory requirements.

Maintenance Mechanic

To perform routine maintenance, preventative maintenance, repairs and renovations to Maryhaven's properties.

Medical Caseworker

Monitors and access services to meet the medical needs of residents through community resources.

Quality Improvement Specialist

Previews in-house programs to ensure maximum compliance with regulations; focusing on the quality of care for the recipients through guidance and assisting site staff.  Participates in investigative procedures and techniques in accordance with federal/state and agency guidelines

Recreation Counselor

Plans, coordinates and implements Therapeutic Recreation program for residents, including on site and community activities.

Registered Nurse (RN)

Provides nursing services, which include distribution of medication, emergency triage, first aid and follow up if needed. Provides resident/staff health education, and acts as liaison with primary care providers and doctor as needed. All within accordance of regulatory requirements.

Rehabilitation Supervisor

Responsible for the instruction and training of individuals in packaging and assembly skills in accordance with regulations.

Residence Manager

Oversees the day to day operation of the residence in accordance with regulatory requirements, agency policy and quality program standards. Encourages the development of independence, individualization, integration and productivity of each resident.

Scanning Technician

High School diploma required. Must be able to sit or stand for long periods of time. Required to push, pull and lift objects as needed. Maintain quality control in scanning all contract work.

Secretary

Qualifications include 1-3 years experience, computer literacy. High school diploma/GED and valid NYS driver's license required.

Service Mechanic

Assists in the daily operations of the transportation service program.  Responsible for maintaining and overhauling all owned automotive equipment for agency vehicles.  Order parts as necessary with approval from Program Director.  High School Diploma or equivalent required.  Maintain valid CDL B NYS driver's license within agency criteria.  Must have own tools and secure tool box.  Must have 5 years of experience in vehicle general maintenance (oil changes, brake jobs, NYS inspections, minor electrical, exhaust, front end work and tire machine change.  Must have A/C experience or be willing to go to Night school.

Team Leader

Team Leader provides overall supervision, training and support to staff working in classrooms with individuals who have an intellectual developmental disability.

Transportation Supervisor

Participates in procedures that pertain to safe vehicle operation and passenger safety in accordance with the New York State Vehicle and Traffic Safety Laws. Determine routes for new admissions. Has the principle responsibility for RTA Fleet Maintenance program.