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Employment Opportunities 

RCAL (Resource Center for Accessible Living, Inc.) is a non-profit, community based service and advocacy organization run by and for people with any type of disability. Since 1983, RCAL has been dedicated to assisting and empowering individuals, of all ages, to live independently and participate in all aspects of community life.

RCAL operates in accordance with the conviction that people with disabilities can and should make their own choices and decisions and take control of all aspects of daily living, including education, employment, housing, health care, and recreation.  Our Independent Living Philosophy is who we are as an Independent Living Center.  Please click here to find out more about Independent Living Centers

Full-Time Benefits:

  • Dental insurance

  • Employee assistance program

  • Flexible schedule

  • Flexible spending account

  • Health insurance

  • Paid time off

  • Long Term Disability/Life Insurance

  • Professional development assistance

 RCAL is currently seeking talented individuals for the following positions:

Nursing Home Transition Diversion Service Coordinator

RCAL is seeking a full-time NHTD/Health Homes Program Coordinator.

A valid NYS driver's license is required. Qualifications are a Bachelor's Degree in a human services related field with 2 years experience providing service coordination for individuals with disabilities and/or seniors, and knowledge of community resources. Possible qualifying fields are: Registered Professional Nurse, Certified Special Education Teacher, Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, or Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist. 

The ideal candidate will possess a knowledge of disability rights, TBI, HCBS Waiver and related services; and have outstanding organizational and interpersonal skills.

If you have any questions about the position or if your not sure if your experience can be considered please feel free to call Katie Clayton the program Supervisor.   845-331-0541 ext. 19

Email Resume to kclayton@rcal.org

Career Coordinator

RCAL is now hiring a Career Coordinator to support individuals with disabilities find and maintain employment. A valid NYS driver's license is required. Our Career Coordinators work in a variety of programs that strengthen a person’s skills and guide them through the career development process.

This is an exciting opportunity for anyone who is looking for a rewarding job in the human services field. All interested candidates must have experience supporting people with disabilities; a college degree is preferred.

Submit resume and cover letter to hnicols@rcal.org

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Associates Degree or higher with a minimum of one year of experience providing vocational or prevocational training to people with disabilities. Or, training in providing vocational rehabilitation services and two years of practical experience working with people with disabilities.

  • Career Coordinators are expected to be part of a positive team supporting people with disabilities to find and maintain careers. All Career Coordinators are expected to be creative, persuasive, and have strong interpersonal skills. Must be highly motivated as well as empathetic and have a willingness to work collectively with staff and management to achieve this mission.

  • Career Coordinators must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays as required.

Pay: $17.50 - $19.00 per hour

Part Time Respite Provider

Respite is a service that provides relief to family members who are responsible for the primary care and support of an individual with a developmental disability.  RCAL is seeking caring providers to spend time with wonderful individuals in a one on one environment at the individual's home.  

If you have any questions about the position or if your not sure if your experience can be considered please feel free to call Leah Gherardi the program Supervisor.   845-331-0541 ext. 30

Email Resume to lgherardi@rcal.org

Part-Time Community Habilitation Support Staff

Community Habilitation is a service which provides experience and skill development to individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities who live at home, in order that they may live more independently.

If you have any questions about the position or if you're not sure if your experience can be considered please feel free to call Leah Gherardi the program Supervisor.   845-331-0541 ext. 30

Email Resume to lgherardi@rcal.org

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