HR & Employment Opportunities

If you are interested in any of the opportunities below, please make note of the Req. # and reference this in the submission of your resume to Arms Acres, Inc. Human Resources.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THESE POSITIONS MAY BE OBTAINED BY CONTACTING THE SUPERVISOR OR HUMAN RESOURCES.

Please download the following forms, complete them and include with your application.

Current Employment Opportunities

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or FAX it to (845) 704-6184 / 6174

 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES:

Req# Position Hrs Hiring Manager Department
M127 Nurse Practitioner – Psych ** Patrice Wallace-Moore Medical
M135 Nurse Practitioner – Psych ** Patrice Wallace-Moore Psychiatry
M136 Physican Assistant ** Patrice Wallace-Moore Medical
1470 Dietary Assistant 40 Carey Paterson Dietary
1472 Overnight Counselor 16 Peter O’Reilly Overnight Staff
P852 RN * Barbara Klein Nursing
P1207 LPN * Barbara Klein Nursing
P1492 Milieu Counselor * Thomas Mathis Day Milieu Staff
P1496 Driver * Paul Fragoso Transportation
P1497 Milieu Counselor * Dennis Fernandez Evening Staff
P1499 Cook * Carey Paterson Dietary
P1500 Dietary Assistant * Carey Paterson Dietary

* As Needed

SEE DETAIL OF JOB REQUIREMENTS BELOW

 

REQ: M127

JOB: NURSE PRACTITIONER             
DEPT: MEDICAL 
SUPERVISOR: THERESA BURDICK                                        
STATUS: FULL-TIME, PART-TIME, PER DIEM

HOURS: to be determined

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Diploma of accredited program for Masters in Nursing and NP Program. Experience in detoxification/ addiction medicine/ primary care preferred; or two to four years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Psychiatry experience also required.

MAJOR FUNCTIONS: This individual will provide health care services to patients under direction of the Medical Director and/Medical Manager and will demonstrate knowledge and competency in the performance of waive testing through training, updated knowledge of the manufacturers’ manuals, and annual observation of routine work by the supervisor or a delegate. 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THIS POSITION MAY BE OBTAINED   BY CONTACTING THE SUPERVISOR OR HUMAN RESOURCES.

 

 

 

REQ: M135

JOB: NURSE PRACTITIONER             
DEPT: PSYCHIATRY 
SUPERVISOR: PATRICE WALLACE-MOORE                                        
STATUS: FULL-TIME, PART-TIME, PER DIEM

HOURS: to be determined

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Diploma of accredited program for Masters in Nursing and NP Program with specialization in psychiatry. Experience in detoxification/ addiction medicine/ primary care preferred; or two to four years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

MAJOR FUNCTIONS: This individual will provide health care services to patients under direction of the Medical Director and/Medical Manager and will demonstrate knowledge and competency in the performance of waive testing through training, updated knowledge of the manufacturers’ manuals, and annual observation of routine work by the supervisor or a delegate.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THIS POSITION MAY BE OBTAINED   BY CONTACTING THE SUPERVISOR OR HUMAN RESOURCES.

 

 

REQ: M136

JOB: PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT             
DEPT: MEDICAL 
SUPERVISOR: THERESA BURDICK                                        
STATUS: FULL-TIME, PART-TIME, PER DIEM

HOURS: to be determined

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Diploma of accredited program for Masters in Nursing and NP Program. Experience in detoxification/ addiction medicine/ primary care preferred; or two to four years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Psychiatry experience also required.

MAJOR FUNCTIONS: This individual will provide health care services to patients under direction of the Medical Director and/Medical Manager and will demonstrate knowledge and competency in the performance of waive testing through training, updated knowledge of the manufacturers’ manuals, and annual observation of routine work by the supervisor or a delegate.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THIS POSITION MAY BE OBTAINED   BY CONTACTING THE SUPERVISOR OR HUMAN RESOURCES.

 

 

REQ: 1470

JOB: DIETARY ASSISTANT             
DEPT: DIETARY   
SUPERVISOR: CAREY PATTERSON                                        
STATUS: FULL-TIME

HOURS: (5 AM – 2 PM or 10:30 AM – 7 PM )

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: HS diploma or GED. Must be able to lift 50 lbs occasionally.

MAJOR FUNCTIONS: To assist in the preparation and all tasks of cafeteria style meal service for 155 patients plus staff

  1. Follows all mandates and procedures as outlined in the operations manual concerning food preparation, services storage and sanitation as set forth by the New York State Department of Health and Arms Acres.
  2. Sets up sanitation and food service stations in both kitchen and dining room areas.
  3. Cleans, rotates stock and organizes service lines, coolers and storage areas inside and outside of the kitchen, frequently lifting and/or moving up to 25 pounds and occasionally lifting and/or moving up to 75 pounds with assistance.
  4. Takes inventory, reports shortages or missing items in the kitchen; assembles and delivers supplies for all wing kitchens.
  5. Stocks and prepares all items necessary for salad bar set up including drainage and sanitation of the salad bar unit.
  6. Prepares, assembles, delivers, and retrieves meal trays and/or supplies for all unit patients as called for. Special attention is given to keeping cold foods cold and hot foods hot.
  7. Satisfactorily completes all designated assignments set forth in the daily production sheet package.
  8. Sets up, breaks down and cleans for special functions as needed.
  9. Assists other Dietary Staff as needed or directed. Employees are expected to use teamwork to accomplish tasks that require extra exertion above the ability of one individual. 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THIS POSITION MAY BE OBTAINED   BY CONTACTING THE SUPERVISOR OR HUMAN RESOURCES.

 

REQ: 1472

JOB: OVERNIGHT COUNSELOR             
DEPT: OVERNIGHT STAFF   
SUPERVISOR: PETER O’REILY                                        
STATUS: PART-TIME

HOURS: 11:45 PM – 8:15 AM

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:  High school diploma or general education degree (GED) with one to three months’ related experience and/or training.

MAJOR FUNCTIONS: The Overnight Counselor functions under the supervision of the Shift Supervisor, Clinical Manager and/or Program Director.  Facilitates communication with all patients and assists in maximizing program participants.

  1. Maintains a therapeutic environment.
  2. Establishes and maintains interpersonal relationships with patients’ visitors and other facility personnel while assuring confidentiality of patient information.
  3. Observes patient’s behavior and records observation either in chart and/or communication log.  In crisis or as situations occur, reports and follows direction of immediate supervisor.
  4. Communicates during shift change meeting, including but not limited to, room check and successful hand off of unit.
  5. Conducts room checks in all patient rooms as required throughout shift and document(s) appropriately. Verifies appropriate headcount and room conditions.
  6. Coordinates, sets up and completes the admission process, if needed, including but not limited to, searches and orientation to unit.
  7. Conducts spirituality and all other assigned lectures and groups.
  8. Is available for crisis intervention/emergency back-up as needed.
  9. Attends meals with unit, monitors line, remains with the patients during the assigned meal period.
  10. Attends in-service education programs as assigned to learn new treatments and procedures and develop skills.
  11. Does not leave facility until replacement has arrived.
  12. Assists facility personnel in patient care, patient intervention, family intervention, safety, fire, disaster and other areas necessary to maintain a safe environment.  Acts as fire marshall when required.  Adheres to facility policy for emergency situations.  Assists with fitness as requested.
  13. Provides support services for case manager, including but not limited to, phone calls, escorts.
  14. Utilize and maintain radios appropriately.

 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THIS POSITION MAY BE OBTAINED   BY CONTACTING THE SUPERVISOR OR HUMAN RESOURCES.

 

 

REQ: P852

JOB: RN             
DEPT: NURSING  
SUPERVISOR: BARBARA KLEIN                                        
STATUS: PER DIEM

HOURS: AS NEEDED

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:  Registered nurses will be graduates of an accredited school of nursing and hold a current valid RN license to practice in the State of New York.

MAJOR FUNCTIONS: The Registered Nurse functions as the patient care coordinator by developing adequate means and methods to facilitate implementation of patient care policies and procedures.  

  1. Initiates nursing process utilizing the nursing assessment tool on an ongoing basis, by planning coordinating, implementing and evaluating nursing care based on clinical knowledge, patient’s needs and a collection of data.
  2. Develops and updates treatment plans to address nursing diagnosis and reviews with the multidisciplinary team to provide input for diagnosis, length of stay and readiness for the next level of care.
  3. Implements detoxification procedure and delivers appropriate patient care according to withdrawal scale and physicians orders.
  4. Retrieves orders and administers correct medications per physician’s orders and facilitates procedure and policy.  Maintains update knowledge of withdrawal medications and modalities used in addiction treatments.
  5. Records and reports to appropriate care providers any information that may impact the patient’s treatment and/or continuing care and completes medical discharge form.
  6. Initiates consult(s) (psych, nutritional) when appropriate.
  7. Assesses patient for readiness for transfer to next level of care.
  8. Triage to minor injuries and illnesses of patients in coordination with the medical staff and RN Charge Nurse.
  9. Maintains confidentiality at all times.
  10. Assumes responsibility for growth and accountability through in-service programs and staff meetings.
  11. Assists in orientation for new employees and/or serves as preceptor.
  12. Reports for duty as scheduled and is capable of taking charge after completing charge orientation.
  13. All information maintained accurately and in compliance in electronic chart.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THIS POSITION MAY BE OBTAINED BY CONTACTING THE SUPERVISOR OR HUMAN RESOURCES.

REQ: P1207

JOB: LPN          
DEPT: NURSING
SUPERVISOR: BARBARA KLEIN        
STATUS: PER DIEM (as need)
HOURS: PER DIEM (as need)

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:  Licensed Practical nurses will be graduates of an accredited school of nursing and hold a current valid PN license to practice in the State of New York. Prior Substance Abuse and/or psych experience preferred.

MAJOR FUNCTIONS: The Staff Nurse functions as the patient care coordinator by developing adequate means and methods to facilitate implementation of patient care policies and procedures. Reports as scheduled.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THIS POSITION MAY BE OBTAINED BY CONTACTING THE SUPERVISOR OR HUMAN RESOURCES.

 

REQ: P1492

JOB: MILIEU COUNSELOR             
DEPT: DAY STAFF  
SUPERVISOR: THOMAS MATHIS                                        
STATUS: PER DIEM

HOURS: AS NEEDED 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:  High school diploma or general education degree (GED) with one to three months’ related experience and/or training.

MAJOR FUNCTIONS: The Milieu Counselor functions under the supervision of the Shift Supervisor, Clinical Manager and/or Program Director.  Facilitates communication with all patients and assists in maximizing program participants.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following.  Other duties as required.  

  1. Maintains a therapeutic environment.
  2. Establishes and maintains interpersonal relationships with patients’ visitors and other facility personnel while assuring confidentiality of patient information.
  3. Observes patient’s behavior and records observation either in chart and/or communication log.  In crisis or as situations occur, reports and follows direction of immediate supervisor.
  4. Communicates during shift change meeting, including but not limited to, room check and successful hand off of unit.
  5. Conducts room checks in all patient rooms as required throughout shift and document(s) appropriately. Verifies appropriate headcount and room conditions.
  6. Coordinates, sets up and completes the admission process, if needed, including but not limited to, searches and orientation to unit.
  7. Conducts spirituality and all other assigned lectures and groups.
  8. Is available for crisis intervention/emergency back-up as needed.
  9. Attends meals with unit, monitors line, remains with the patients during the assigned meal period.
  10. Attends in-service education programs as assigned to learn new treatments and procedures and develop skills.
  11. Does not leave facility until replacement has arrived.
  12. Assists facility personnel in patient care, patient intervention, family intervention, safety, fire, disaster and other areas necessary to maintain a safe environment.  Acts as fire marshall when required.  Adheres to facility policy for emergency situations.  Assists with fitness as requested.
  13. Provides support services for case manager, including but not limited to, phone calls, escorts.
  14. Utilize and maintain radios appropriately.

 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THIS POSITION MAY BE OBTAINED   BY CONTACTING THE SUPERVISOR OR HUMAN RESOURCES.

 

 

REQ: P1496

JOB: DRIVER           
DEPT: TRANSPORTATION 
SUPERVISOR: PAUL FRAGOSO                                        
STATUS: PER DIEM

HOURS: AS NEEDED

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma or general education degree (GED) with one to three months’ related experience and/or training. Knowledge of the Tri-State and NYC areas, able to organize runs, read maps, accurate record keeper with good interpersonal skills. Valid NYS Drivers License.

MAJOR FUNCTIONS: Provides transportation for admission and discharge of patients and for the facility needs under the direction of the Transportation Coordinator.

  1. Plans and maps out routes to take for a given destination in conjunction with the dispatcher.
  2. Keeps in contact with the dispatcher by cellular or ground phone so as to stay informed of any changes that may arise.
  3. Substitutes for the dispatcher in his absence.
  4. Performs maintenance checks on all vehicles and maintains proper fluid levels as needed.
  5. Responsible for washing and cleaning of vehicles.
  6. Informs dispatcher of any services or repairs required on vehicles.
  7. Transports other materials, i.e., small box, documents, etc. at request of Director/Dispatcher.

Other duties as required. 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THIS POSITION MAY BE OBTAINED   BY CONTACTING THE SUPERVISOR OR HUMAN RESOURCES.

 

REQ: P1497

JOB: MILIEU COUNSELOR             
DEPT: EVENING STAFF  
SUPERVISOR: DENNIS FERNANDEZ                                        
STATUS: PER DIEM

HOURS: AS NEEDED 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:  High school diploma or general education degree (GED) with one to three months’ related experience and/or training.

MAJOR FUNCTIONS: The Milieu Counselor functions under the supervision of the Shift Supervisor, Clinical Manager and/or Program Director.  Facilitates communication with all patients and assists in maximizing program participants.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following.  Other duties as required.  

  1. Maintains a therapeutic environment.
  2. Establishes and maintains interpersonal relationships with patients’ visitors and other facility personnel while assuring confidentiality of patient information.
  3. Observes patient’s behavior and records observation either in chart and/or communication log.  In crisis or as situations occur, reports and follows direction of immediate supervisor.
  4. Communicates during shift change meeting, including but not limited to, room check and successful hand off of unit.
  5. Conducts room checks in all patient rooms as required throughout shift and document(s) appropriately. Verifies appropriate headcount and room conditions.
  6. Coordinates, sets up and completes the admission process, if needed, including but not limited to, searches and orientation to unit.
  7. Conducts spirituality and all other assigned lectures and groups.
  8. Is available for crisis intervention/emergency back-up as needed.
  9. Attends meals with unit, monitors line, remains with the patients during the assigned meal period.
  10. Attends in-service education programs as assigned to learn new treatments and procedures and develop skills.
  11. Does not leave facility until replacement has arrived.
  12. Assists facility personnel in patient care, patient intervention, family intervention, safety, fire, disaster and other areas necessary to maintain a safe environment.  Acts as fire marshall when required.  Adheres to facility policy for emergency situations.  Assists with fitness as requested.
  13. Provides support services for case manager, including but not limited to, phone calls, escorts.
  14. Utilize and maintain radios appropriately.

 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THIS POSITION MAY BE OBTAINED   BY CONTACTING THE SUPERVISOR OR HUMAN RESOURCES.

 

REQ: P1499

JOB: COOK          
DEPT: DIETARY 
SUPERVISOR: CAREY PATERSON                                        
STATUS: PER DIEM

HOURS: AS NEEDED

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: High School Diploma or GED with six to twelve months related experience and/or training.

MAJOR FUNCTIONS: Preparing and serving all meals. Frequently lifting and/or moving up to 25lbs. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the Department of Health and the organization’s policies. 

  1. Follows all mandates and procedures as outlined in the operations manual concerning food preparation, services storage and sanitation as set forth by the New York State Department of Health and Arms Acres.
  2. Ability to delegate tasks to Dietary Aides and work as shift leader.
  3. Assures proper inventory levels of all items necessary to produce the menu. Orders.
  4. Receives, checks in, signs invoices on all goods received as needed.
  5. Directs and participates in the proper storage of all goods frequently lifting and/or moving up to 25 pounds and occasionally lifting and/or moving up to 75 pounds with assistance.
  6. Employees are expected to use teamwork to accomplish tasks that require extra exertion above the ability of one individual.
  7. Properly logs daily Production sheets, Temperature Charts, Kitchen Lock-up Log and posts necessary information and unusual incidents in daily kitchen journal.
  8. Checks daily Cleaning Task Sheet, inspects and reviews duties as to their satisfactory completion.
  9. Prepares breakfast, lunch, dinner and all other meals in compliance with the Menu.
  10. Sets up, breaks down and cleans for special functions as needed.
  11. Prepares and assembles meal trays for all therapeutic diets. 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THIS POSITION MAY BE OBTAINED   BY CONTACTING THE SUPERVISOR OR HUMAN RESOURCES.

 

REQ: P1500

JOB: DIETARY ASSISTANT          
DEPT: DIETARY 
SUPERVISOR: CAREY PATERSON                                        
STATUS: PER DIEM

HOURS: AS NEEDED 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONSHigh School Diploma or GED with six to twelve months related experience and/or training.

MAJOR FUNCTIONS: To assist in preparation and service of all functions in the Dietary Department. Frequently lifting and/or moving up to 25lbs. 

  1.  Follows all mandates and procedures as outlined in the operations manual concerning food preparation, services storage and sanitation as set forth by the New York State Department of Health and Arms Acres.
  2. Sets up sanitation and food service stations in both kitchen and dining room areas.
  3. Cleans, rotates stock and organizes service lines, coolers and storage areas inside and outside of the kitchen, frequently lifting and/or moving up to 25 pounds and occasionally lifting and/or moving up to 75 pounds with assistance.
  4. Takes inventory, reports shortages or missing items in the kitchen; assembles and delivers supplies for all wing kitchens.
  5. Stocks and prepares all items necessary for salad bar set up including drainage, sanitation, and rotation of the salad bar unit.
  6. Prepares, assembles, delivers, and retrieves meal trays and/or supplies for all unit patients as called for.  Special attention is given to keeping cold foods cold and hot foods hot.
  7. Satisfactorily completes all designated assignments set forth in the daily production sheet package and as per shift leader/cook on duty.
  8. Sets up, breaks down and cleans for special functions as needed.
  9. Assist other Dietary Staff as needed or directed. Employees are expected to use teamwork to accomplish tasks that require extra exertion above the ability of one individual.
  10. Assists in the orientation and training of new hires.

 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THIS POSITION MAY BE OBTAINED   BY CONTACTING THE SUPERVISOR OR HUMAN RESOURCES.

 

Thank you for your interest in employment with Arms Acres!