• System of Care Community Based Support Specialist

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network, (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Full-Time Community Based Support Specialist position.

    The Community Based Support Specialist works as part of a multidisciplinary team and provides direct services to children and families engaged by ICAN and the Herkimer System of Care initiative.  The wraparound service provider makes service decisions in a variety of settings including biological, pre-adoptive, and/or foster homes, schools, and communities to meet the needs and preferences of the children and families. They are expected to promote the philosophy and mission of the agency through the following (but not limited to) roles:

    • Family Skills Training
    • Curfew Checks
    • Rise and Shine Services
    • Crisis Avoidance
    • Psychosocial Rehabilitation
    • Rehabilitative Psychoeducation
    • Strength Based Service Planning
    • Daily Living Skills/Community Integration Treatment

     

    *Application Deadline: Tuesday, May 31, 2022*

    • Demonstrate skills that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for the participant within the context of their living environment and community.
    • Successfully complete any/all required trainings (general orientation and service specific) within established timeframes.
    • Adhere to all agency policies including confidentiality, attendance, and cultural sensitivity.
    • Provide any/all services assigned in the active service plan. Including completion of annual and ongoing functional assessments.
    • Attend any/all scheduled team meetings with the Participant and providers and/or with any other individuals involved in the planning and care.
    • Remain in contact with participant, natural support, support coordinator and other providers to ensure continuity of care.
    • Act as a liaison between client and family, agency personnel and other service providers as necessary and appropriate.
    • Complete all required documentation in a comprehensive and timely manner as required by the waivers, RRDS, DOH, ICAN and SAMHSA regulations.
    • Participate in the agency’s utilization review, incident reporting and quality improvement program as deemed appropriate by the supervisor.
    • Work directly with participants to provide assistance with learning skills such as budgeting, grocery shopping, home maintenance, pre-vocational training, cognitive remediation, problem solving, and development of functional compensation strategies, medication management, and self-care skills.
    • Work flexible hours as dictated by service need including working weekends, evenings, and split shifts as required.
    • Travel is required in order to provide services in multiple settings including, but not limited to family homes, local schools, community programs, and places of employment.
    • Education and experience will establish which services are able to be provided.
    • Preferred: Associate’s Degree in Education, Special Education, Psychology, Social Work, or related field and four years relevant experience or Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Special Education, Psychology, Social Work, Human Services or related field required with at least two years relevant experience in traditional and non-traditional youth service setting required.
    • Additional professional development in specialty areas helpful. Ability to adjust to children, staff, and program needs.
    • Experience working with children with severe emotional and behavioral problems required.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
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  • ICAN Sports Manager

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Full-Time ICAN Sports Manager position in the agency.  

    The ICAN Sports Manager is responsible for the oversight, development and routine management of quality programming at the ICAN Sports facility. This position works with both private consumers and various ICAN programs to coordinate maximum facility usage.  The Manager will supervise all full/part-time ICAN staff/volunteers/interns, working in the facility.  Responsible for leading a team that will work to address the social, emotional and behavioral health needs of ICAN clients in pursuit of true wraparound supports. The Sports Manager will adhere to and promote the philosophy and mission of the agency by performing the following duties.

    • Provides day-to-day oversight of all programmatic operations including but not limited to master scheduling, coordination of programming and events, direct communications with customers and clients, and general management of the facility.
    • Provides administrative support, supervision and direct oversight of ICAN Staff, Volunteers, and Interns working within the facility (Time Sheets, Time off requests, Scheduling, etc.).
    • Responsible for monitoring program budget and spend down lines (Supplies, Field rates, concessions, etc.) and all related paperwork.
    • Works closely with Director of IPA Operations to fulfill vision and maximize utilization of facility.
    • Provide programmatic support to program staff including but not limited to: assisting with programs when necessary, conflict resolution, training, daily support, etc.
    • Assists ICAN team members to help link clients and their families to appropriate resources and services in a timely and coordinated manner both within the facility and within the agency.
    • Completes all required documentation in a comprehensive and timely manner as required by ICAN.
    • Maintain statistics for analysis and reporting purposes.
    • Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Management, Therapeutic Recreation, Human Services or related field preferred.
    • At least two (2) or more years of experience as a supervisor/manager preferred.
    • Must have strong attention to detail, excellent time management skills, a thorough knowledge of services provided, well developed advocacy skills, and a knowledge and understanding of sports and recreational programming.
    • Experience working with clients with severe emotional and behavioral problems preferred.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now
  • Case Management Supervisor

    Kids Herkimer

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Full-Time 
    Case Management Supervisor position in the agency. (Click here for Program information.)

    The Case Management Supervisor provides quality assurance and oversight of case management duties of cases assigned to the Family Service Coordination team in the Kids Herkimer Program.  The Case Management Supervisor adheres to and promotes the philosophy and mission of the company by performing the following duties.

     

    *Application Deadline: Monday, May 23, 2022*

    • Ensures compliance with documentation standards, program and agency policies within assigned work unit consistent with the agency’s mission and vision.
    • Reviews Family Service Coordinators' documentation and reports to ensure that the case management needs of the enrolled children and their families are adequately addressed.
    • Enhance the work unit’s capacity to provide a high standard of practice, by fostering good working relationships and providing consultation, technical assistance and case management support to Family Service Coordinators, including coverage during FSC absence.
    • Provides feedback to the Program Director in regards to the case management needs of the program and some potential means to achieve the overall case management expectations of the agency.
    • Ensures that all incidents are reported according to the agency policy and procedures.
    • Provides leadership in the development and implementation of case management best practices and trainings. Collaborate with other staff as appropriate to implement effective and efficient case management practices agency wide.
    • Prepare reports and maintain data relative to the responsibilities and performance of Family Service Coordinators.
    • Work as a liaison between ICAN staff and the Case Management staff at the Department of Social Services.
    • Bachelor's degree (B.A.) from an accredited four-year college or university, a major in social work or a related field is preferred.
    • A minimum of two years of experience providing service coordination for community-based services to individuals, preferably children, with special needs.
    • At least 1-2 years of supervisory experience is preferred.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now
  • Family and Community Based Services Specialist

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Family and Community Based Services Specialist position.

    A Family and Community Based Services Specialist oversees all activities related to the quality assurance and implementation of home and community based services and care management services for youth and adults enrolled in Health Home Services. This position adheres to and promotes the philosophy and missions of the company by performing the following duties and responsibilities.

     

    *Application Deadline: Friday, May 27, 2022*

    • Conducts outreach to community partners and Managed Care Organizations to manage community-based services.
    • Works as the liaison between ICAN and care management agencies to ensure that services are provided to clients as deemed appropriate and authorized; on an as needed basis.
    • Links clients to community service providers to perform approved Medicaid managed care services.
    • Collaborates with the Director of IPA Operations to ensure the quality of community based service provider services in our region.
    • Works in conjunction with care management to ensure continuity of care.
    • Assists care management staff with compliance in electronic health records utilized by designated health homes.
    • Manages all components of community-based services within the ICAN electronic health record.
    • Assists / serves as support to other children’s Medicaid billable services.
    • Works with the finance department to ensure billing quality.
    • Acts as a liaison between client and family, agency personnel and other service providers as necessary and appropriate.
    • Ensures frequent collaboration with managed care organizations to obtain authorizations for identified services.
    • Identifies and utilizes both formal and informal community supports and networks.
    • Attends community-based meetings with the Program Manager for collaboration with other organizations and services.
    • Attends agency in-services, workshops and seminars as required.
    • Participates in the agency’s utilization review, incident reporting and quality improvement program as deemed appropriate by the supervisor.
    • May need to carry a small caseload for service delivery to families.
    • Bachelor’s Degree (B.A) in Human Services, business or comparable field from four-year College or University.
    • At least two years related experience preferred; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now
  • Family Service Coordinator

    Kids Herkimer

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Family Service Coordinator position for the Kids Herkimer program (click here for Program Information).

    The Family Service Coordinator oversees all activities related to preventing youth from being placed in an out of home facility and coordinates services that help youth transition from placement back into the home setting and with their families. The Coordinator adheres to and promotes the philosophy and missions of the company by performing the following duties and responsibilities.

     

    • Conducts outreach to engage children and assist families with an understanding of agency philosophy and policies.
    • Links children and their families to appropriate resources and services in a timely and coordinated manner.
    • Assists the children and family with the development, implementation and monitoring of their individualized plan of care and schedules monthly meetings to review, revise and discuss such plans.
    • Acts as a liaison between children and family, agency personnel and other service providers as necessary and appropriate.
    • Provides advocacy for the development of services and resources that do not currently exist within the community but are deemed necessary.
    • Assumes new service coordination responsibilities as programs change and develop over time.
    • Bachelor's degree (B. A.) in human services or mental health field from four-year college or university.
    • At least two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now
  • Diversion Coordinator

    Integreated Community Alternatives Network, (ICAN) a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health Services with an emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Full-Time Diversion Coordinator position. (Click here for Program Information)

    The Diversion Coordinator works in close conjunction with community partners and Oneida County Family Court to oversee day-to-day implementation of all services. The Coordinator works with the Raise the age population (youth 16-17 years old). The Coordinator provides direct support to youth and families on their caseload, maintains partnerships with placement agencies and transitional service providers, manages data and reporting on outcomes. The Coordinator is responsible for attending court appearances whenever scheduled. Promotes the philosophy and mission of the agency by performing the following duties:

     

    *Application Deadline: Thursday, June 2, 2022*

    • Supports youth and family representatives that are involved with Oneida County Family Court to provide assistance as needed or identifying existing resources to ensure full participation. Will make referrals to all necessary services.
    • Monitors youth activity between appearances by checking in with the family on an as needed basis.
    • Assesses the needs and make referrals to appropriate services in the community.
    • Assists youth and family with any needs that should arise including school, employment, health care, housing, etc.
    • Assists county and defense attorneys with creating a plan for youth in an effort to prevent placement/reoffending.
    • Acts as a liaison between DSS, court, attorneys, youth, families and providers.
    • Finds appropriate levels of care and placements when needed and completes all necessary paperwork.
    • Manages a caseload of youth and families involved with Oneida County Family Court, providing consistent face-to-face contact and support while developing a close and consistent relationship with youth and families that will continue throughout disposition.
    • Assesses youth progress to ensure integration and stabilization in the community through appropriate services including, but not limited to, drug treatment, medical care, job training, educational services, mentoring, mediation services, community activities and youth groups, and any other supports needed for successful re-entry and stabilization.
    • Assists the agency and community in understanding the unique needs of this population and shapes agency and community policy to better meet the needs of the clientele.
    • Bachelor's Degree (B.A.) from regionally accredited or NYS registered four-year college or university in social work, psychology, sociology, child development, or related field.
    • Full knowledge of the human service systems in Oneida County and services available to children and youth.
    • A minimum of two (2) years of experience as a social caseworker, service coordinator, or comparable position.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now
  • Youth ACT Mental Health Professional

    Kids Oneida

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Full-Time Youth ACT Mental Health Professional position.  

    ICAN’s Youth Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is a program designed to address the significant mental health needs of youth ages 10 to 21, who are at risk of entering, or returning home from, high end services, such as inpatient settings or residential services, through the use of a multi-disciplinary team. 

    The Licensed Mental Health Professional is responsible for providing treatment to children and their families to support identified treatment goals and targeted service interventions. The Licensed Mental Health Professional will address the clinical needs of the children and the complex needs of the entire family unit. Will adhere to and promote the philosophy and mission of the company by performing the following duties.

     

    • Provide case contacts, which include home visits. Complete assessments, provide individual/family/group therapy, treatment planning, monitoring and crisis management.
    • Address the clinical needs of the children and the complex needs of the entire family unit. Treatment interventions utilized by this team member must be individualized to the child and family, as well as evidence-based.
    • Assist with providing therapeutic communication and interactions with youth/families for the purpose of alleviating symptoms or functional limitations associated with a child/youth’s behavioral health diagnosis, reversing or changing maladaptive patterns of behavior, encouraging personal growth and development, and supporting the child/youth’s capacity to achieve age–appropriate developmental milestones.
    • Provides crisis response, which includes a rotating on call schedule amongst the ACT team members.
    • Participation in daily morning team meetings and bi-weekly supervision.
    • Must successfully complete the required ACT Institute trainings as well as obtain and maintain CANS certification.
    • Professional License by the New York State Education Department is required and operating within the practitioner’s scope of practice as defined by New York State law. This license includes that of a licensed social worker (LMSW), licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT), licensed mental health counselor (LMHC), or licensed creative art therapists (LCAT).
    • At least 3-5 years of experience working with children and youth with significant emotional disorders, severe mental, emotional and behavioral impairments (commensurate with RTF or CR level of care), histories of hospitalization, and families with complex, multi-system needs, in crisis, with children in a mental health setting, or related experience.
    • Experience with providing evidence-based treatments and familiarity with evidence-based practices is crucial to this role.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now
  • Youth Care Coordinator

    Children’s Care Management

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with an emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Full-Time Youth Care Coordinator position, within the Children's Care Management program (click here for Program information.)

    The Youth Care Coordinator conducts and schedules assessments, referrals, advocacy and supports, counseling, education of patients and enrollees and care team members assuring the patient receives quality services to maintain optimum healthcare needs without barriers.



     

     

    • Responsible for outreach and engagement to formally enroll referred children into the care management program.
    • Conducts assessments, evaluates needs, establishes and maintains care plan and maintains referrals for enrollees. Ensures supports are in place inclusive of peer and family contacts.
    • Develops Interim Plan of Care based on preliminary clinical information and assigned level that will identify linkages and services immediately required, based on information received from referral sources if applicable.
    • Ensures all initial linkages are established and maintained.
    • Collaborates with all services providers and establishes team communication plan.
    • Monitors goals on a continuing basis and that team is communicating.
    • Monitors and ensures that care plan is relevant to health home policies and procedures.
    • Consults with family members and social supports to maintain support consistency.
    • Advocates for additional services and linkages as appropriate.
    • Maintains current care management documentation and information regarding care management activities within the required health IT system.
    • Bachelor's degree (B.A.) in human services or mental health field from a four-year college or university.
    • At least two years experience in Human Services, primarily Mental Health and Substance Abuse.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now
  • Adult Care Coordinator

    Adult Care Management

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with an emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Full-Time Adult Care Coordinator position, within the Adult Care Management program (click here for Program information.)

    The Adult Care Coordinator conducts and schedules assessments, referrals, advocacy and supports, counseling, education of patients and enrollees and care team members assuring the patient receives quality services to maintain optimum healthcare needs without barriers. The Coordinator adheres to and promotes the philosophy and missions of the company by performing the following duties and responsibilities.

     

    • Responsible for outreach and engagement to formally enroll referred adults into the care management program.
    • Conducts assessments, evaluates needs, establishes and maintains care plan and maintains referrals for enrollees. Assures supports are in place inclusive of peer and family contacts.
    • Develops Interim Plan of Care based on preliminary clinical information and assigned level that will identify linkages and services immediately required, based on information received from referral sources if applicable.
    • Ensures all initial linkages are established and maintained.
    • Collaborates with all services providers and establishes team communication plan.
    • Monitors goals on a continuing basis and that team is communicating.
    • Monitors that care plan is relevant to health home policies and procedures.
    • Consults with family members and social supports to maintain support consistency.
    • Advocates for additional services and linkages as appropriate.
    • Maintains current care management documentation and information regarding care management activities within the required health IT system.
    • Bachelor's degree (B.A.) in human services or mental health field from a four-year college or university.
    • At least one year experience in Human Services, primarily Mental Health and Substance Abuse.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now
  • Kids Otsego Service Coordinator

    Kids Otsego

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with an emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Full Time Service Coordinator position in the Kids Otsego program (click here for Program Information).

    The Kids Otsego Service Coordinator oversees all activities related to the development and implementation of individualized service plans in a preventive context and promotes the philosophy and mission of the company by performing the following duties.

     

    • Conducts outreach to engage clients and assist families with an understanding of agency philosophy and policies.
    • Responsible to travel within the county and meet with clients within homes and schools.
    • Links clients and their families to appropriate resources and services in a timely and coordinated manner.
    • Assists the client and family with the development, implementation and monitoring of their individualized service plan of scheduled meetings to review, revise and discuss such plans as required.
    • Schedules monthly team meetings with the family, service providers and any other individuals identified as a team member.
    • Acts as a liaison between client and family, agency personnel, DSS staff and other service providers as necessary and appropriate.
    • Provides advocacy for the development of services and resources that do not currently exist within the community but are deemed necessary.
    • Identifies and utilizes both formal and informal community supports and networks.
    • Completes all required documentation in a comprehensive and timely manner as required by DSS and KO regulations including mandatory face to face contacts.
    • Attends agency in-services, workshops and seminars as required.
    • Attends family court as necessary.
    • Bachelor's degree (B.A.) in human services or mental health field from four-year college or university.
    • At least two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Vacation Time
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Paid Personal Time
    • Paid Bereavement Time
    • Paid Birthday Leave
    • 8 Paid Holidays
    • Tuition Assistance Program
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Insurance Buy Back
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now
  • Supervised Visitation Monitor (Part-Time)

    Nurturing Parenting Program

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Part-Time Supervised Visitation Monitor position in our Nurturing Parenting Program. (Click here for program information.)

    Supervised Visitation Monitors work on an hourly basis and provide appropriate supervision to families that receive supervised visitation services at ICAN. They must complete trainings in Nurturing Skills Facilitation, Professional Supervised Visitations, Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting, and Domestic Violence.  The Monitor performs the following duties:

     

    *Application Deadline: Wednesday, June 1, 2022*

    • Monitor the supervised visits of children with non-custodial parents or family members.
    • Document factual information about parent-child interactions.
    • Provide testimony in court, regarding Supervised Visitation cases, as requested.
    • Attend staff meetings to ensure quality of Supervised Visitations.
    • 401K Retirement Plan
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now
  • Evelyn's House Residence Counselor (Part-Time)

    Evelyn's House

    Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), a Community-based Wraparound provider of Social and Mental Health services with emphasis on treating the client in a family context, is currently seeking innovative and experienced applicants to fill a Part Time, Per Diem Residence Counselor position at Evelyn’s House. (Click here for Program Information.)

    The Part Time, Per Diem Residence Counselor works a variable part-time schedule, to be paid per hour, except during overnight shifts where a flat stipend is paid during sleep time. The Residence Counselor provides direct services for residents of Evelyn’s House by performing the following duties and responsibilities.

    • Monitor the residents’ activity to make sure that mothers and children are safe in the home.
    • Provide the mothers with guidance related to household chores and caring for their children.
    • Answer telephones and open the outside doors for residents returning home.
    • Document specific observations of residents: leaving and returning to the house, including compliance with curfews, completion of household chores, properly caring for their children, administering prescribed medication for themselves or their children, and complying with all house rules described in “Residents Policies and Procedures.”
    • Attend agency trainings, meetings and activities as directed.
    • Communicate regularly with the Program Manager and the Service Coordinator for supervision.
    • Overnight shifts may be required.
    • Experience working with young mothers and young children.
    • Valid Driver’s License required for position.
    • 401 K Retirement Plan
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Employee Wellness Benefit
    • Longevity Awards
    Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume and list of professional references at our ICAN Career Center.
    ICAN is an equal opportunity employer.
    Apply Now