HCA offers a variety of rewarding careers. Whether you enjoy working with or for individuals with developmental disabilities, HCA is the place for you. Read above what some of our employees have to say about working at HCA.
Employees may be eligible for the following benefits:
- Paid Vacation Time
- Paid Sick Time
- Paid Personal Days
- Paid Holidays
- Educational Assistance
- Health Insurance
- Dental Insurance
- Life Insurance
- Long-term Disability
- 403b Pension/Savings Plan
Applications are currently being accepted for the following positions:
Position Overview: Under general supervision, provide direct support in enabling individuals to achieve their vocational goals and provide clear communication with supervisory staff regarding the progress of their work plan.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Provide necessary orientation, training, supervision, and follow along services to assigned individuals at the work site. Implement treatment according to defined program objectives, maintain cooperative working relationships with host company employees, referral agency representatives and all other personnel including the consumer and family to assure the necessary integration and coordination of service delivery to individuals. Responsible for training individuals to perform assigned work to best of their ability, familiarizes individuals with their new work environment, assist individuals in learning other new tasks such as organization, time management, professionalism and interpersonal relations. Help individuals work through issues that may arise on the job by using creating problem solving.
Education and Experience Requirements: A minimum of 2-4 years’ experience working with the developmentally disabled population or a combination of education and experience that meets or exceeds the standards of the program. Qualifications and knowledge: Must have the ability to provide strong advocacy, problem-solving and negotiating skills, and the ability to foster positive relationships, must obtain and maintain training as required by OPWDD, the ability to show initiative, motivation, creativity and ability to understand many areas of OPWDD requirements and knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures and systems such as word processing, managing files and records, and other office procedures and terminology.
LPN (There is a sign-on bonus of up to $2,500 for this position)
Position Overview: Under the direction of a Registered Nurse (RN) assess and monitor medical concerns, provides care to ill, injured or disabled program participants. Performs/teaches and reinforces accepted infection control and personal grooming techniques; assists in bathing, toileting, dental care, hair and nail care, personal hygiene and grooming routines as necessary. Administers medications skillfully. Keeps supervisor informed of individual needs and problems. Performs other duties as assigned. Maintains confidentiality of information.
Education and Experience Requirements: Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), valid NYS License, nursing experience with OPWDD population
Position Overview: Assess, plan, organize, and participate in rehabilitative programs to help rehabilitate those impaired because of illness, injury or psychological or developmental problems. Essential Duties and Responsibilities:Test and evaluate patients’ physical and mental abilities and analyze medical data to determine realistic rehabilitation goals for patients. Make professional recommendations on the basis of evaluation results, regarding the need for occupational therapy services. Establishes goals and objectives for each child, which are appropriate, functional, and measurable. Plans and implements appropriate treatment programs, based on the established goals and objectives, using sound treatment practices.
Education and Experience Requirements: Bachelors or Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university and must have current license to practice occupational therapy in New York State, or hold a valid temporary license pending board examination results, or pending out-of-state reciprocity completion
Residential Counselor - Full-Time and Part-Time - New Pay Rates!
Position Overview: Under direct supervision care for the developmentally disabled. These tasks involve encouraging, guiding and training individuals in developing daily living skills and habits, taking care of their personal needs, and maintaining the living environment. Requirements are High School Diploma and you must possess a valid driver’s license and satisfactory driving record. Must maintain all required training and certifications, including AMAP (Approved Medication Administration Personnel), CPR and First Aid certification.
Residential Shift Managers
Position Overview: The Shift Manager will be the designated “point person” for their assigned shift. Must have the ability to be a positive role model and team leader and provide care for the developmentally disabled. These tasks involve encouraging, guiding and training individuals in developing daily living skills and habits, taking care of their personal needs, and maintaining the living environment.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Ensure daily assignment sheet completed and all responsibilities are completed, give direction and be an on-site resource to all staff to ensure the work flow of the house, main contact person with on call Manager to facilitate service provision. Ensure proper supervision and safety of consumers and ensure timely incident reporting. Refer concerns regarding staff issues to on call Manager for proper follow-up. Education and Experience Requirements: High School Diploma and two years working with the developmentally disabled or a combination of education and experience that meets or exceeds the standards of the program. OPWDD experience preferred.
Qualifications and knowledge: Must maintain all required training and certifications including, AMAP (Approved Medication Administration Personnel), CPR and First Aid certifications. Must possess a valid driver’s license and a satisfactory driving record. Proficient with Internet Explorer; Microsoft Excel; Microsoft Outlook; Microsoft Word
Residential Assistant Managers, Multiple Locations
Position Overview: Provide, under the general supervision of the Assistant Residential Director and Residence Manager according to established policies and procedures of the department, care of the consumers and documentation of IRA requirements. Assist consumers to reach maximum potential and use their skills to the fullest to function in the community.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Assist in the hiring process and ensures the orientation of new staff and ongoing training for all residential staff is maintained.
- Assist with the supervision of the Residential Counselors and volunteers.
- Provides input for annual staff evaluations for residential staff.
- Assists in the coordination of sufficient staffing levels by maintaining work schedules and approval of time off requests.
- Participate in weekly staff meeting and activities as part of the treatment team that may include trainings and committees.
- Adherence to OPWDD regulations and operating standards and procedures.
- Assists with the daily operation of the residence and general recordkeeping procedures including program participant records, fire and safety, employee timesheets and financial records.
- Ensure communication to management regarding any problems or issue that arises.
- Assists with the maintenance of the physical plant operations of the residence.
- Assists with the purchase of food and supplies. Assist with petty cash accounting as directed by Residence Manager.
- Performs all duties of the Residence Counselor including, but not limited to promoting the individual’s independence by implementing the Individual Program Plan, attending to personal, self-care and other program needs that the individuals cannot independently accomplish and overseeing the safety and well-being of the individuals.
- Provide on-call back up as needed.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Education and Experience Requirements:
High School Diploma and a minimum 2 years’ experience working with the developmentally disabled.
- A combination of education and experience that meets or exceeds the standards of the program.
- OPWDD experience preferred.
Qualifications and knowledge:
- Must maintain AMAP (Approved Medication Administration Personnel) certification.
- Must possess a valid driver’s license and a satisfactory driving record.
- Good verbal, written, interpersonal, organization and active listening skills.
- Good organizational & time management skills.
- Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment. Good collaboration skills.
- Problem solving skills, including a proactive approach to problem solving.
- Proficient with Internet Explorer; Microsoft Excel; Microsoft Outlook; Microsoft Word; and Windows Operating System.
Registered Nurse (RN)
Responsible to assess and monitor medical concerns, provide nursing care to program participants and administer nursing care to ill, injured or disabled program participants.
Role and Responsibilities:
- Monitor and assess program participants’ medical concerns.
- Provide routine and emergency nursing care to program participants.
- Complete all required documentation and reports according to program regulations, including program participants’ medical reviews and charts.
- Relates effectively with others for continuity of care; maintains satisfactory relations with other departments and units.
- Responsible for orientation, training and management of personnel in the areas of health and safety.
- Identifies problems and guides personnel to appropriate resources.
- Accurately and promptly implements physicians’ orders.
- Administers medications skillfully and correctly.
- Participates in safety programs.
- Enforces infection-control policies and procedures.
- Serves as a resource person on health issues.
- Provides staff development on health-related topics for IRA staff.
- Keeps supervisor informed of individual needs and problems.
- Certify and recertify all AMAP’s on an as-needed basis.
- Review and act on Incident Reports.
- Provide “on-call” telephone coverage as needed.
- Advise patients on health maintenance and disease prevention
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Education and Experience Requirements:
- Registered nurse (R.N.), valid New York State License
- Three to five years nursing experience with OPWDD population.
If you are interested in applying for available positions, contact HCA’s Human Resources department at (607) 217-0066
Please download and fill in the application, print, sign and mail or fax to:
HCA – Helping Celebrate Abilities
Attention: Human Resources
139 Grand Ave.
Johnson City, NY 13790
Fax: (607) 217-5640