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Join Our Staff

 

Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at YCCAC!

Our talented and dedicated staff is crucial to helping us support our neighbors and build thriving communities. We currently have several opportunities to join our staff.

We offer full- and part-time, seasonal and full-year positions in locations throughout York County. We offer generous compensation packages and benefits for full-time employees.

If you love to work with people and want to help your neighbors find a path to good health, education, economic opportunity, and personal success, then join the YCCAC team!


Children’s Services

Do you have a passion to make a difference?  Do you want to have a positive effect on the young children of York County?  Children’s Services has two NEW locations and partnerships opening and other positions throughout York County that could help you make an unforgettable impression!  Please click on the position to find out more details specific to responsibilities, qualifications, hours and locations.  We wish you well in your job search!

Head Start (works with children 3 – 5 years old)

Head Start/Pre-K (works with children 4 – 5 years old in a Public school setting)

Early Head Start (works with children 6 weeks – 3 years old)


Children’s Services
Classroom Floater
35 hours/week; 36 weeks/year

The EHS/HS Classroom Floater functions as a member of the center staff team and contributes to ensuring the agency’s full compliance with the Maine State Licensing. The EHS/HS Classroom Floater is responsible for helping the Teaching Staff carry out the goals of providing young children with a nurturing and responsive educational experience by supporting classrooms where directed. The EHS/HS Classroom Floater will travel throughout York County to support the YCCAC Early Head Start and Head Start Classrooms.

The Early Head Start/Head Start Classroom Floater must have or be working toward a CDA; CDA preferred. Must be able to lift 40 pounds, reach to an area of two feet and bend to ground level. The Classroom Floater should be an open, warm, caring and accepting person and be able to demonstrate the ability to work cooperatively as a team member. Must be willing to travel throughout York County on a daily basis. Must not have an active record on the System for Award Management (SAM) website.

Completed resumes and applications will be accepted until February 28, 2020. Resumes/applications may be reviewed upon receipt.  Click here for full job description.


Children’s Services
Family Liaison
40 hours/week; 38 weeks/year

The purpose of the Family Liaison position is to provide a positive, welcoming, environment supporting families with goals, resources and referrals.

The ideal candidate:
• Is someone who has a passion to make a difference and wants to have a positive impact on the families of York County.

Job Responsibilities:
• Ensuring that quality, comprehensive family services are provided for enrolled children and families.
• Direct involvement in recruitment and enrollment program wide.
• Supports families to develop goals and to access community services and resources utilizing a Family Development model.
• Works in partnership with program staff to provide technical assistance to enhance their ability to develop and support family goals.
• Contributes to ensuring the agency’s full compliance with the Head Start Performance Standards and Maine State Licensing Requirements.
• Works with families in order to meet desired Health and Family Service outcomes.
• Work with families to secure state child care subsidy and collect parent fees supported by our fiscal Department.

Educational Requirements& Experience:
• Applicants must have an Associate’s Degree in Human Services, or closely related field.
• Prior family service experience.
• The Family Liaison is expected to complete Family Development Training within the first year of employment.
• Must be available in the evenings to do parent meetings or home visits if necessary.
• Must be willing to travel and have own, reliable transportation.
• Must not have an active record on the System for Award Management (SAM) website.

Resumes and applications will be accepted until February 28, 2020.  Click here for full job description.


Children’s Services
Classroom Substitute – York County Biddeford/Saco
Rate: $12.00 as well as mileage reimbursement

The Classroom Substitute functions as an integral member of the Children’s Service Team, filling in when necessary to help nurture young minds in a classroom setting.

The ideal candidate:
• Is someone who can work and communicate effectively in a team environment.
• Must maintain appropriate level of ethical behavior and confidentiality regarding child/family information

Job Responsibilities:
• Contributes to ensuring the agency’s full compliance with the Head Start Performance Standards and Maine State Licensing Requirements.
• Provide classroom support to teachers working with children ages six weeks to five year as needed, for 4-6 hours daily.

Educational Requirements& Experience
• 18 years of age.
• High School diploma, GED or HSE equivalent.
• Experience working with children ages six weeks to five years and special needs is preferred.
• Must be willing to travel and have reliable transportation.

Completed resumes and applications will be accepted until February 28, 2020.

Department of Economic Opportunity
Community Outreach Worker, Working with Special Problems


Nasson Health Care
Physician

Nasson Health Care is seeking a qualified clinical leader to work collaboratively with a team of health and administrative professionals to provide comprehensive primary care to patients while utilizing the Patient-Centered Medical Home model of care delivery. The Physician:

• Provides advice and counsel regarding a broad range of clinical, clinical policy, programmatic and strategic issues required to achieve the short and long-term strategies and objectives of Nasson Health Care;
• Provides direct clinical services and oversees physicians and advanced practice nurses; works in partnership with members of the practice team to manage the care of patients, assuring a high standard of medical care;
• Works collaboratively with behavioral health clinicians in assessment and treatment planning for patients with mental health challenges;
• Participates in the training and education of health center staff.

Applicants must have a degree from an accredited medical school in the U.S., Board certification in Family or Internal Medicine, an unrestricted Maine license to practice medicine, as well as a U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency license. Qualifications include:

• A minimum of three years’ experience in a primary care medical practice;
• Demonstrated respect for cultural diversity in serving patients and families;
• The ability to apply critical thinking skills in performing patient assessment and care;
• Working knowledge of the core concepts of evidence-based practice, social and behavioral determinants of health, population-based care, integration of medical, behavioral health and dental care, and Meaningful Use of health information technology;

Springvale is an iconic New England village located in western York County, Maine, less than an hour’s drive from Portland, Maine and Portsmouth, New Hampshire.  Completed cover letter, resume, and YCCAC employment application will be accepted until March 27, 2020.  Click here for full job description.


Nasson Health Care
Nurse Practitioner

Nasson Health Care is seeking a qualified clinical leader to work collaboratively with a team of health and administrative professionals to provide comprehensive primary care to patients while utilizing the Patient-Centered Medical Home model of care delivery. The Nurse Practitioner:

• Provides direct clinical services in accordance with the highest standards of medical and nursing practices and in full accordance with health center policies and protocols.
• Assures access for continuity of care through appropriate referrals for sub-specialty and inpatient services and prompt follow-up of patients discharged from inpatient settings.
• Engages population health strategies to identify and address health needs among various segments of the primary care patient panel and makes optimal use of the electronic medical record system.
• Collaborates with other members of the practice team to prepare for patients’ office visits and assure that all indicated services are planned and delivered.
• Actively engages in ongoing provider panel management activities; routinely scans patient records for gaps in care and takes steps to assure that appointments are scheduled and all indicated services are delivered.
• Fully embraces and carries out all applicable NCQA Patient Centered Medical Home standards and Federally Qualified Health Center requirements.

Applicants must have a Master’s degree in nursing, an unrestricted Maine license to practice as an adult, family or pediatric nurse practitioner, as well as a U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency license. Qualifications include:

• A minimum of three years’ experience in a primary care medical practice required.
• A working knowledge of the core concepts of evidence-based practice, social and behavioral determinants of health, population-based care, integration of medical, behavioral health and dental care, and Meaningful Use of health information technology.
• Demonstrated respect for cultural diversity in serving patients and families and ability to apply critical thinking skills in performing patient assessment and care.
• Willingness to work some non-traditional hours and ability to travel between YCCAC/Nasson Health Care clinical sites.

Springvale is an iconic New England village located in western York County, Maine, less than an hour’s drive from Portland, Maine and Portsmouth, New Hampshire.  Completed cover letter, resume, and YCCAC employment application will be accepted until March 27, 2020.  Click here for full job description.


Nasson Health Care
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Nasson Health Care is seeking a qualified clinical leader to work collaboratively with a team of health and administrative professionals to provide comprehensive primary care to patients while utilizing the Patient-Centered Medical Home model of care delivery. The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner:

• Provides diagnoses, conducts therapy and prescribes medication for patients with substance use disorder, psychiatric disorders and medical organic brain disorders.
• Assures access for continuity of care through appropriate referrals for sub-specialty and inpatient services and prompt follow-up of patients discharged from inpatient settings.
• Engages population health strategies to identify and address health needs among various segments of the primary care patient panel.
• Collaborates with other members of the practice team to prepare for patients’ office visits and assure that all indicated services are planned and delivered.
• Actively engages in ongoing provider panel management activities; routinely scans patient records for gaps in care and takes steps to assure that appointments are scheduled and all indicated services are delivered.
• Fully embraces and carries out all applicable NCQA Patient Centered Medical Home standards and Federally Qualified Health Center requirements.

Applicants must have a Master’s degree in nursing, an unrestricted Maine license to practice as an advance practice nurse practitioner, Board Certification as a Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner as well as a U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency license. Qualifications include:

• A minimum of three years’ experience in a psychiatric or primary care medical practice required.
• A working knowledge of the core concepts of evidence-based practice, social and behavioral determinants of health, population-based care, integration of medical, behavioral health and dental care, and Meaningful Use of health information technology.
• Demonstrated respect for cultural diversity in serving patients and families and ability to apply critical thinking skills in performing patient assessment and care.
• Willingness to work some non-traditional hours and ability to travel between YCCAC/Nasson Health Care clinical sites.

Completed cover letter, resume, and YCCAC employment application will be accepted until March 27, 2020.  Click here for full job description.


Nasson Health Care
Community Health Worker
40 hours/week; 52 weeks/year

The Community Health Worker will work collaboratively with the Care Management team and Nasson Health Care’s team of healthcare professionals to promote patient access to a range of programs and community resources. These outreach efforts will focus on specific target populations and will supplement health care service delivered in primary, specialty, inpatient, dental and behavioral health care settings utilizing the Patient-Centered Medical Home model of care delivery.

The position will participate in outreach initiatives to carry our primary prevention activities in community settings. The Community Health Worker will facilitate support to patients needing assistance in managing chronic health conditions, medication management and/or social needs and will serve as their advocate making by providing awareness of community resources. The position will collaborate with other members of the Care Management team to ensure that services are being delivered to meet the needs of the patient.

An Associate degree in a healthcare related field, public health or social work field is required. A minimum of two years’ experience in a primary care medical practice, social service agency or mental health facility is required. Strong written oral and written communication skills in addition to strong computer skills with proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and electronic medical records systems required. NextGen experience preferred. Ability to be task oriented and patient focused; in possession of excellent phone and customer service skills. Please refer to the job description for essential responsibilities and qualifications.  A completed resume, cover letter and application will be required. The posting is open until March 27, 2020. Resume’s/applications may be reviewed upon receipt.  Click here for full job description.


Transportation
Volunteer Drivers Wanted

YCCAC’s Transportation program is looking for a few good men and women to join our Volunteer Driver Team! If you have a reliable vehicle and are dependable, flexible and have a strong desire to give of yourself this may be the perfect opportunity for you!

The benefits include:
Flexible schedules
Tax-Free mileage reimbursement
Helping your community

Requirements are:
21+ years of age
Valid Maine driver’s license
Good driving record
Proof of vehicle registration and insurance
Successful In-depth background checks

Interested individuals should contact Deb Paradis, Assistant Transportation Director, at 459-2931 or email at debp@yccac.org.


Energy Services
Weatherization Energy Auditor
40 hours/week; 52 weeks/year  $2,000 sign on bonus, paid in two installments

Job Duties: Energy Auditor is responsible for conducting comprehensive and precise residential home energy audits in accordance with program standards. Energy Auditors are tasked with educating clients about how to make their homes safer and more energy efficient.

• Conduct home energy assessments in residential homes, attics, basements and crawl spaces.
• Conduct combustion safety testing and infrared scanning to evaluate existing conditions and recommend energy efficiency improvements.
• Complete detailed and accurate data collection and measurements and enter into agency database.
• Interact with homeowners, tenants, and contractors regarding energy efficiency and prepare detailed and accurate work orders for each audit.
• Conduct Audits in compliance with YCCAC’s program requirements.
• Reports to the Senior Energy Auditor

Minimum qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to work independently and as part of a team.
• Must have BPI-Building Analyst Certification with ability to obtain QCI certification within 6 months of employment
• Must be able to obtain other BPI Certifications as necessary
• Must have established background in Energy Auditing
• Weatherization experience preferred.
• Residential construction background is preferred
• High School diploma required or equivalent.
• Ability to exert physical effort in light to moderate work involving lifting, carrying, pushing, and pulling; ability to stoop, kneel, crouch, and crawl; ability to climb and balance.
• Ability to comprehend a variety of reference books and manuals including building codes, computer handbooks, topographical maps, building manuals, architectural drawings, etc.
• Ability to maintain the integrity of confidential employment, client and business information.
• Ability to accurately record and deliver information, meet deadlines, maintain confidential information.
• Able to communicate effectively and exercise good judgement.
• Valid driver’s license and good driving record.
• Must pass a background check and physical.
• Must not have an active record on the System for Award Management (SAM) website.

Compensation:
• Paid holidays
• No evenings or weekends
• Great work environment and benefits
• Pay dependent upon experience

Completed resumes and applications will be accepted until March 27, 2020. Applications/resumes may be reviewed upon receipt. Click here for full job description.  Serious Inquires Only