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Care Coordinator

St. Lawrence County
Employment type: 
Full time
Required degree level: 
Bachelor's degree
United Helpers Behavioral Health & Life Skills

United Helpers, founded in 1898, is seeking care coordinators with the skills, compassion and commitment to deliver high-quality services to people in northern New York.

Care Coordinators work with individuals who have chronic medical and/or behavioral health issues. They are responsible for linking clients with needed services and supports for successful community living.

Applicants should have strong communication skills and be able to work independently. A Bachelor's degree in human services, as well as a driver's license are required.

Join our organization of more than 1000 dedicated professionals providing care and support in facilities and community-based programs across St. Lawrence and Jefferson counties. We want to talk to you if you enjoy working in teams, provide high-quality services, mentor and support team members, and strive for excellence.

United Helpers offers a continuum of health care services including a behavioral health clinic, supportive apartments, case management, and assertive community treatment teams.

Benefits include paid time off, health insurance, with vision and dental plans available, 401-K, life insurance, an employee assistance program, and more!

If you enjoy working in teams, providing high-quality services, are interested in learning and mentoring others, and making a positive difference in the lives of others every day, we encourage you to apply. 


Learn more, visit:
(315) 276-6413


United Helpers is a Non-Discriminatory and Equal Opportunity Employer.

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