Careers

Camphill Village is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all persons regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, marital status, national origin, citizenship status, disability or veteran status.

Finance Associate, Full-Time

Camphill Village USA is seeking a full-time finance associate to join our vibrant community in Copake, NY. The primary responsibilities of this position include payroll processing and reporting for approximately 90 employees; processing cash receipts and deposits; and managing the personal needs allowances for some of our residents.   This position requires traveling to and working at Camphill Ghent in Ghent, NY for 20% of the weekly assigned hours.

The ideal candidate will hold an Associates Degree in Accounting, Finance, Business or Economics; a minimum of two years of relevant experience; and a nonprofit accounting background is preferred but not required.

This position requires solid computer skills, including proficiency in Excel; demonstrated double-entry knowledge and understanding of accrual accounting; ability to independently problem solve and follow through to resolution; solid written and verbal communication skills; attention to detail with accuracy and timeliness of data and information; strong time management skills; and a willingness to maintain confidentiality.

Camphill Village offers flexibility, and competitive compensation and benefits including health, dental, vision, and 401k.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Human Resources at jessicaa@camphillvillage.org.

Medical Secretary, Full-time

The Medical Secretary will provide overall administrative and clerical support for the day-to-day operations of the Medical Office at Camphill Village. This includes working with the Medical Director, Practice Administrator, and clinical staff.

In addition, this individual will foster and maintain collaborative relationships with House Leaders in each of the homes within Camphill Village and with the many outside specialist offices that the community associates with. An essential responsibility for this position will be scheduling outside appointments for all patients and tracking/retrieving results and reports from those appointments.

The successful candidate will welcome the opportunity to work in a residential community for developmentally disabled adults, be team oriented and an organized self-starter. Must have excellent verbal communication skills and must be able to prioritize; strong interpersonal skills are necessary to communicate with a variety of individuals. A minimum of 2 years experience of working in a medical practice or as a case manager is preferred; proficiency with EMR systems is also preferred. Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and emailing capabilities are required.

Direct Support Professional, Per Diem

Essential Responsibilities: This position will perform duties which vary in intensity and frequency from total daily care to frequent or occasional verbal and emotional support depending on the individual in need of care. Incumbent will advocate for individuals to assist them with achieving personal outcomes, overcome barriers, and helps individuals to participate in activities. Incumbent will also provide care and assistance to promote good health, including administering medications according to physicians/nurses instructions. This position will assist with personal care including eating, grooming, dressing, bathing, and toileting. Will also help individuals develop living skills and will serve as a role model and mentor for demonstrating desired behaviors. Incumbent may be responsible for maintaining cleanliness of residences and transporting residents for appointments and activities.

Position requirements: Must be able to communicate and produce service documentation effectively and be able to complete the training programs and successfully pass associated tests to meet competency requirements. Must meet the qualifications of a driver as established by our insurance carrier; and be able to pass multiple background checks and receive a fingerprint clearance as regulated by the Office of People with Developmental Disabilities. Must have the ability to be certified in OPWDD medication administration and Adult CPR. Must have 2 years experience of DSP-related work or sufficient experience working with people with developmental disabilities.

For more information or to apply, please contact and/or send cover letter and resume to Human Resources, at 518-329-7924, Ext. 104 or via email at hr@camphillvillage.org.