CHDFS, Inc. believes in our employees and the service they provide. Our employees are at the center of our company and they are our representatives in the field. We are always recruiting new workers and would love to have you on our team. Below are descriptions of regularly available positions within our programs. If you would like to work for CHDFS and are interested in any of the positions described below, please email your resume to email@example.com.
The candidate should have tremendous patience and enjoy working with children (children and adults in the OPWDD Waiver). A WSP/DSP is a “brother/sister”, coach and mentor all rolled up into one. This is a part time position and requires a minimum of a high school diploma. The minimum is $17.00 per hour depending on experience, educational background and service provided.
The candidate should have experience with children and families. This service helps keep families together. This is a part-time position requiring any of the below:
PCA, Personal Care Aide Certificate
HHA, Home Health Aid Certificate
CAN, Certified Nurse’s Assistant certificate.
The pay rate is 18.00 per hour and a weekly Metro Card (beginning after the 2nd week of employment) Flexible Schedule, Paid Annual Training, Paid Sick time, Access to Health Insurance.
Must have a Bachelor Degree in Human Services, Sociology or Psychology area. At least one or more years of experience working with children and families. Great communication skills and willing to travel New York City.
OLP services include individual, group, and family therapy in the home or in the community. The qualifications are Licensed Psychoanalyst, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Master Social Worker (under the supervision of an LCSW), Licensed Marriage and Family Counselor, Licensed Mental Health Counselor. OLP can be provided in NYC and LHV (Westchester and Rockland Counties.
Parent Advocate’s support parents in preparation for and during the Initial Child Safety Conference (ICSC) by helping them better understand and navigate the child welfare system. Some essential functions of a Parent Advocate include the following:
• Attending initial family safety team conferences daily and on-time.
• Prepare families for the initial safety conference.
• Help parents understand concerns that place their child at risk of foster placement.
• Help families navigate the child welfare system and family court process.
• Provide assistance in accessing community resources so needs can be addressed.
• Support parents in articulating their concerns at the conference.
To qualify as a Parent Advocate one should be a parent and have had interaction with ACS. Any case must be closed and expunged.
The pay rate is 25.00 per hour
Asher Weis - Recruiter/HR Assistant 212-810-4066,
Belinda Contreras - Office/HR Assistant at 212-695-4564 Ext. 348 or
Jhon Corte - HR Manager 212-695-4564 Ext. 340
Please click the link below to apply and join our team.