In pursuit of its mission, CoveCare Center places the utmost importance on recruiting and retaining a highly skilled and motivated staff. In so doing, CoveCare Center seeks employees committed to working with families and individuals, and who are willing to challenge themselves to provide the best service possible. The agency fosters a rewarding, positive work environment that encourages personal and professional growth. We offer a comprehensive benefits package for all full-time employees.
CoveCare Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are dedicated to a policy of non-discrimination in employment on any basis including race, color, age, sex, religion, national origin, disability, or other classes protected by applicable federal, state or local law.
All interested applicants should submit their resume along with a cover letter and salary requirements to jobs@CoveCareCenter.org. Please be sure to include the position that you are applying for in the subject line.
Full Time Positions
The Rehabilitation Specialist provides therapy, rehabilitation and support services and oversees and coordinates rehabilitation readiness activities and services to people with psychiatric disabilities in the PROS program.Read More
The Director of Development is responsible for representing CoveCare Center in the community and to potential donors through public relations and community outreach as well as media relations, communications and social media. He/she is also responsible for raising funds in support of the Agency’s mission through grant writing, fundraising special events, annual giving and other contributory campaigns.Read More
The Care Manager is responsible for coordinating services and supports for individuals with a primary diagnosis of severe mental illness and/or other qualifying disorders in order to help successful integration into and maintenance in the community. Read More
The Substance Use Counselor is responsible for providing treatment and services in accordance with NYS O.A.S.A.S. 822 Outpatient Treatment Program regulations.Read More
The Program Coordinator is responsible for the overall day-to-day operations of the program including coordinating and supervising the work of the unit staff, as well as assisting the Program Director with program development, quality assurance, and utilization review. Read More
The Social Worker shall use psychotherapeutic skills in the provision of clinical and case management services to people with mental illness and other co-occurring disorders, and shall establish and maintain contact with professionals and family advocates in the community for the purpose of maximizing services for clients. Read More
The Prevention Educator shall be assigned to work in a school district within Putnam County. The Educator is directly responsible for providing substance abuse prevention education in assigned classes and maintaining a positive relationship with school personnel.Read More
Part Time Positions
This clerical position involves a variety of tasks required for the smooth operation of the agency including answering telephones, reception duties, filing, typing, and organizing charts, forms and medical records. Read More
The Childcare Worker works in partnership with the program team and clients to provide safe, therapeutic childcare in order to help ensure that the clients are able to attend weekly program groups. Read More
The Licensed Practical Nurse/Registered Nurse is responsible for providing skilled nursing care that will aid in the prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation process for individuals with mental illness/chemical dependency issues. Read More