We invite you to our open house interviews Monday – Friday from 10am – 4pm at the following locations:

Adult Center                                                Bellerose Center
81-15 164th Street                                   249-16 Grand Central Parkway
NY Jamaica 11432                                    Bellerose, NY 11426

Benefits for all FULL-time positions include four weeks of vacation, extensive medical coverage, free dental coverage, and tuition reimbursement.



SUMMARY OF POSITION: Oversee the day-to-day operations of the Agency’s OPWDD regulated residences for persons with intellectual developmental disabilities. This position reports to the Residential Director & Assistant Director.

Ensure adequate coverage for all shifts, including holidays are met.  Hire, train, coach and discipline staff.  Schedule and facilitate meetings, including staff meetings, clinical/management meetings, resident meetings, etc.  Support our individuals to ensure their rights, health, safety & personal outcomes are being met under guidance of the IDT Team, Providers and OPWDD guidelines. In addition, ensure appropriate and individualized treatment plan is developed, monitored and revised as needed


BA Degree in the human services field. Two (2) years of experience in an OPWDD program working in a supervisory capacity. Strong coordination skills required.

TO APPLY:  Please e-mail a current resume to



SUMMARY OF POSITION: Oversee coordination and supervision of all medical, dental and other health related services for the adult population with intellectual & developmental disabilities. Deliver and ensure all individuals’ care by assessing and diagnosing residents’ condition, developing plans of care and evaluating responses. Provide supervision to RNs, LPNs and other clinical staff. Successful candidate must be available for off-hour emergencies.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree required. NYS Registered Nurse License and 3 years of experience working in an OPWDD setting is preferred.

TO APPLY:  Please e-mail a current resume to



SUMMARY OF POSITION: Provide comprehensive care to adults with developmental disabilities in a day program or in their homes. Work on ADL goals, arts and crafts projects and zoom activities; assist with personal hygiene needs; perform various housekeeping tasks; train and assist individuals in the use of community resources, i.e., parks, library and other recreational facilities.

Day Program Shifts – 8:00 am – 3:30 pm or 8:30 am – 4:00 pm

Various shifts available for the residential program from evenings (3:00 pm to 11:00 pm) and (4:00 pm-12:00 am), early mornings (6:00 am-10:00 am) and weekends shifts (8:00 am-4:00 pm, 4:00 pm-12:00 am).

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: High School Diploma/GED or some college, studying in the field of Human Services. A valid New York State driver’s license for three (3) years is required.  Prior work experience in a human service field working with individuals with developmental disabilities preferred. The ability to write daily entries or notes about the client’s services is required.

TO APPLY:  Please e-mail a current resume to



SUMMARY OF POSITION: Provide meals for 10 individuals in their homes.  Will be trained in preparing different textures for individuals with swallowing difficulties. Assist with keeping on track with household budget when shopping and maintaining a clean house.  Position located in Bellerose, Queens.  Work schedule 10:00 am to 6:00 pm with days off on Friday and Saturday.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: High School/GED diploma and NYS Driver’s License for 3 years, required.

TO APPLY:  Please send a current resume to

TITLE:  Quality Intellectual Disability Professional


SUMMARY OF POSITION:  The Quality Intellectual Disability Professional works closely with employees, coaching and training, to maintain and improve excellent quality standards in the execution of their job responsibilities.


  • Develop and maintain training programs to meet each program’s need, in compliance with state and federal regulations
  • Design and monitor computer tracking system for training and other agency wide compliance issues
  • Assist in program audits and follow-up with training issues identified through noted deficiencies
  • Assist in investigations and subsequent training as needed
  • Maintain a liaison with outside governing agencies by attending committee meetings, training and conferences as needed
  • Provide agency wide training as needed
  • Provide technical assistance to each program as needed
  • Perform all other duties as assigned by supervisor.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: BA/BS Degree required. Minimum one year of experience working in OPWDD programs required. Successful candidates should have good writing, communication and interpersonal skills. Must have training experience and knowledge of OPWDD rules and regulations.

TO APPLY: Please e-mail a current resume to



SUMMARY OF POSITION: The RN will conduct physical examinations, provide treatments and perform standard nursing duties for an ICF program of 10 individuals with developmental intellectual disabilities.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:   Current NYS License required and experience working with persons with developmental disabilities, preferred.

TO APPLY:  Please e-mail an updated resume to



SUMMARY OF POSITION: The LPN is responsible for medical services for each person living in the residences.  Monitors and supervises all medical treatments, appointments, including medication, nutrition, lab procedures, etc.  Ensures that a comprehensive medical/nursing plan is in place for each individual.  Work schedule is three (3) days (7:00 am to 5:00 pm) 3 days and one (1) Saturday overnight (10:00 pm to 8:00 am).

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Licensed Practical Nurse certification required.  High School Diploma/GED required.

TO APPLY: Please e-mail an updated resume to



SUMMARY OF POSITION: Facilitates day habilitation programming that fosters respect, safety and mutual growth for both the individuals and staff.

DUTIES: Responsible for writing day habilitation plans, conducting team meetings to review each assigned individual’s plan and summarizing individual’s responses to the plans by completing monthly review notes. Organize assigned individual groups and implement the day service plan for each individual in the group. Act as liaison with families, care managers and residential providers.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: BA/BS Degree and one year of experience working with persons with developmental disabilities preferred. Successful candidates should have good writing, communication and interpersonal skills.

TO APPLY: Please e-mail current resume to



SUMMARY OF POSITION: The Human Resources Manager will lead and participate in the daily functions of the Human Resources (HR) department including recruiting, overseeing benefits administration, and disseminating and enforcing Agency policies and practices. In conjunction with the Director of Human Resources, oversee the scheduling, assignments, daily workflow of HR Department staff.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the supervision of the Director of Human Resources, organizes, coordinates, facilitates, and oversees HR staff in carrying out all HR Department functions
including but not limited to: Recruitment, Retention, Recording and maintenance of
Documentation, Onboarding, Benefits, Leaves of Absence, and Safety.

Partners with the Leadership team to understand and execute the organization’s
Human Resource strategy as it relates to current and future staffing needs, recruiting,
and retention. Handles employment-related inquiries from applicants, employees, and supervisors, referring complex and/or sensitive matters to the Director of Human Resources.  Provides support and guidance to HR staff and other Agency staff when questions and issues arise; may be required to administer and execute routine tasks. Manages the Recruitment process, which includes advertising, outreach, interviewing, and background checking of applicants; collaborates with Program, Directors and Supervisors to understand skills and competencies required for openings. Oversees and participates in recruitment and onboarding data tracking system. Maintains compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations and recommended best practices; reviews policies and practices to maintain
compliance.  Maintains knowledge of trends, best practices, regulatory changes, and new technologies in human resources, and employment law.  Performs other duties as assigned.

REQUIRED SKILLS/ABILITIES:  Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent interpersonal, negotiation, and conflict resolution skills.  Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.  Ability to prioritize tasks and to delegate them when appropriate. Ability to act with integrity, professionalism, and confidentiality.

Thorough knowledge of employment-related laws and regulations.  Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software.  Proficiency with or the ability to learn the organization’s HRIS and recruitment and onboarding systems.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:  Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related field required.  A minimum of three years of Human Resource supervisory experience preferred.

TO APPLY:  Please submit a current resume to



SUMMARY OF POSITION: The DSP Pre-Vocational Trainer is assigned to individuals with developmental disabilities to work and train them on the required tasks to help prepare them for a job in the community in the future.  The DSP maintains daily records of attendance and productivity; drives individuals to and from sites; provides written and verbal reports on individual’s progress and performance; assume responsibility for quality control.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: High School Diploma/GED and prior working experience with adults with intellectual developmental disabilities in a vocational setting required, as well as, a NYS Driver’s license for 3 years.

TO APPLY:  Please submit current resume to



SUMMARY OF POSITION: Provide coverage for PKA, 3K, Special Education Teachers; provide educational services to 3 to 5 year old adorable children from the community and those with special needs; work in a supportive environment with high teacher/staff ratio.

Work Schedule: 8:30 – 2:30, school year/school holidays, 10 months; additional 6-week summer option.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: NYS Birth-2 certification or in the process of obtaining. Special education certification and experience working with children preferred.

Salary: $50,000 with related BA Degree

Start Date:  April 2024

Excellent Benefits offered include:

TO APPLY:  Please submit current resume to



SUMMARY OF POSITION: The Community Resources Coordinator is responsible for coordinating volunteer sites, community trips and building events and activities.


  • Develop volunteer projects within the community for our individuals and act as liaison in the community
  • Organize therapeutic programs that can include; art, music, exercise, cooking meals, social and special projects
  • In-service staff regarding group programming and training focusing on community and recreation
  • Work with our Fundraising Department regarding special QCP events in the community such as Footsteps and Golf
  • As assigned by Director/Assistant Director, assist group rooms with daily activities
  • When needed, assist Supervisors with the completion of daily, monthly and semi-annual documentation.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services field such as Education, Social Work or Psychology from an accredited college/university and at least one (1) year experience in the field, required.

TO APPLY: Please submit current resume to



SUMMARY OF POSITION: To facilitate DH intakes into program and develop a DH training curriculum.

DUTIES: The Intake and Curriculum Coordinator is responsible for intake and screening into program: Meet with applicants and provide a tour of program. Ensure admission paperwork is complete, i.e. LP, LOC and OPW authorization and approvals. Facilitate intake meetings and enter new admissions and discharges into Choices database, paperwork into Precision Care and check medical through E-paces. Attend monthly QCP Intake Committee meetings, aging out fairs and monthly DD Council meetings. Develop and create a DH program curriculum for small groups in program rooms and teach DSP’s how to implement and maintain an active curriculum and schedule throughout the day in program rooms. Facilitate meetings with Supervisor and DH Specialists to develop creative programming. As assigned by Director/Assistant Director, assist group rooms with daily activities. If needed, assist Supervisors in the completion of daily, monthly and semi-annual documentation.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in Human Services Field such as psychology, social work, education, etc. from an accredited university and experience in the field required.

TO APPLY:  Please send a current resume to:

Date Modified: 2/23/24


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