Job Board

Welcome to ACL’s job board, which lists employment opportunities in the not-for-profit mental health field throughout New York State.

Employer/Listing Agency: This job board is for ACL members only – we will not post job listings from non-members.

Jobs are automatically removed from this list after 30 days.  You may resubmit them.  If you need a posting removed earlier than 30 days please contact us.

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Applicants: Please do NOT send your resumes to ACL. Upon applying you will receive a confirmation email from the employer/listing agency with further information.

Administrative Assistant
Western Region
Posted 6 months ago
Direct Care/Service Planning
Western Region
Posted 6 months ago
Direct Care/Service Planning, Program Supervision, Case Management
NYC Region
Posted 6 months ago
Direct Care/Service Planning
Western Region
Posted 6 months ago
Direct Care/Service Planning
Western Region
Posted 6 months ago
Direct Care/Service Planning
Western Region
Posted 7 months ago
Direct Care/Service Planning
Western Region
Posted 7 months ago
Direct Care/Service Planning
Western Region
Posted 7 months ago
Direct Care/Service Planning
Western Region
Posted 7 months ago
Direct Care/Service Planning
Western Region
Posted 7 months ago
Direct Care/Service Planning
Western Region
Posted 7 months ago
Direct Care/Service Planning
Western Region
Posted 7 months ago
Direct Care/Service Planning
Western Region
Posted 7 months ago
Program Supervision
Central Region, Hudson Region
Posted 1 year ago

WWAMH is currently looking to fill the position of Director of Residential Services. This individual will oversee operations at multiple program sites in Glens Falls and Hudson Falls, NY. Our …

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Direct Care/Service Planning
Western Region
Posted 1 year ago

Provides overnight awake supervision and monitors the environment for safety and security to individuals in peer run crisis respite program. Responsible for communicating and consulting with program staff regarding clients’ …

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