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CAREERS AT LASALLE SCHOOL

If there is an available position, and upon review of your application should it meet the minimum qualifications, your application will be forwarded to the appropriate hiring manager. Click the links below to view job descriptions and to apply online.

Don’t meet every single requirement? Studies have shown that women and people of color are less likely to apply to jobs unless they meet every single qualification. At LaSalle School we are dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive and authentic workplace, so if you’re excited about this role but your past experience doesn’t align perfectly with every qualification in the job description, we encourage you to apply anyways. You may be just the right candidate for this or other roles.

Clinical Services 

  • Community Based Service Provider (Part-time or Per Diem)
    • Positions serving the Warren, Washington, Montgomery, Schoharie, and Fulton counties, Capital and mid-Hudson regions. Seeking part time (minimum of 10 hours per week) and per diem (minimum of 5 hours per week) Community Based Service Providers who will be working with youth and families during and after placement to help reduce the length of stay in a residential facility now and to help prevent future out of home placement. Some of the services provided by the Community Based Service Provider could include, but are not limited to: After Care Services, Community-Based Services through Community Psychiatric Supports and Treatment (CPST) and Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) Services, and Children and Family Treatment Support Services (CFTSS) array to include Intensive Interventions, Crisis Avoidance, Intermediate Term Crisis Management, Rehabilitative Psychoeducation, Strengths-Based Service Planning, Rehabilitative supports, Personal and Community Competence, Social and Interpersonal Skills, Daily Living Skills, and Community Integration activities. This position is seeking part-time and per diem providers. 

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Click here for Capital Region (Per Diem only)

  • Outpatient Therapist (Full-time, Part-time or Per Diem)
    • The Outpatient Therapist conducts comprehensive evaluations and individualized treatment and coordinates the array of treatment interventions for youth with mental health and substance abuse Issues across LaSalle School’s (LSS) continuum of care. They also engage in ongoing professional development and other activities to ensure the delivery of effective, integrated, and individualized treatment interventions for all assigned youth and families.

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  • Residential Case Manager (RCM)
    • The RCM provides supportive and therapeutic services to youth and families within LSS’ residential, after care and community-based programming, as assigned. They support all agency efforts to assist youth/families to successfully navigate foster care, juvenile justice, educational and other systems. The RCM partners with assigned clinical and agency staff to advance a youth and family’s treatment and permanency goals. They assist with all relevant Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS), court and other required documentation and act as a liaison between the treatment team and all family and community partners (e.g., family court, Department of Social Services, Probation, School District, etc.).
  • Ulster County Case Manager
    • This case manager will provide behavioral health programming in dyads with a Licensed Social Worker or Licensed Mental Health Counselor embedded within Ulster County school districts. They will buttress existing services available both in school and the community and provide intensive, time-limited clinical intervention and care coordination to Ulster County students. The case manager will be a part of the school community at one of our nine (9) districts and act as a link between school, community, and family. Their services will be targeted toward middle-school age young people identified by the school as being able to benefit from targeted support, brief intervention, and linkage to community resources. The case manager will work with a caseload of 20 youths for a period of three to six months.
  • Ulster County Social Worker/Mental Health Counselor
    • This position will provide behavioral health programming embedded within Ulster County school districts. The program will buttress existing services available both in school and the community and provide intensive, time-limited clinical intervention and care coordination to Ulster County students. In addition, the program will be a part of the school community in one of our nine districts and act as a link between school, community, and family. The Social Worker/Mental Health Counselor’s services will be targeted toward middle-school age young people identified by the school as being able to benefit from targeted support, brief intervention, and linkage to community resources. They will work with a caseload of 20 youths for a period of three to six months. The Social Worker/Mental Health Counselor will provide a combination of therapeutic services in the home, school, and community.

Residential Services

  • Summer Youth Recreation and Development Specialist (YRDS)
    • The Summer YRDS assists with the delivery of a variety of recreational opportunities including campus-based activities, enrichment programs, outdoor adventure activities, arts and crafts, field trips, fishing, camping, hiking, and other age-appropriate recreational activities. They also work directly with the residents assigned to a particular division to ensure that the daily programs and routines are carried out and may be utilized to fulfill Residential Staff needs in dorms. The Summer YRDS is responsible for providing a safe, therapeutic residential experience for all youth during each assigned shift by consistently implementing strategies. This is a 14-week seasonal position beginning May 29, 2024 through September 3, 2024. There is a possible opportunity to work after the summer period.
  • Youth Development Specialist (YDS)
    • The YDS works directly with the residents assigned to a particular division to ensure that the daily programs and routines are carried out. This role is responsible for providing a safe, therapeutic residential experience for all youth during each assigned shift by consistently implementing strategies.

Educational Services

  • Math Teacher (Full-Time, School Calendar) 
    • The Math teacher works directly with day students and residents in the classroom setting teaching in their content area. Successful candidates in this role have the abilities to work effectively with a team of professionals to contribute positively to our therapeutic environment and support each student’s progress in all areas of his placement; ability to work with a diverse population of students; ability to work in a trauma informed environment. Those with content and Special Education certification are highly encouraged to apply! 
  • School Counselor
    • The school counselor supports the LaSallian mission and philosophies through providing individual and group counseling for students placed in the LSS Education Program. They work as a member of the Education team to support a student’s successful engagement in the educational process and supports his progress towards attaining his Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) goals. The school counselor collaborates with faculty members to assure they have the information needed to successfully work with each student. They assure the parent/guardian is aware of their child’s educational needs, IEP goals, anticipated graduation credential, and the impact of his IEP classification on his ability to function now and in the future, which enables them to support the student’s success.
  • Science Teacher, Physical Sciences/Earth Science (Full-Time, School Calendar)
    • The Science teacher works directly with day students and residents in the classroom setting teaching in their content area. Successful candidates in this role have the abilities to work effectively with a team of professionals to contribute positively to our therapeutic environment and support each student’s progress in all areas of his placement; ability to work with a diverse population of students; ability to work in a trauma informed environment. Those with content and Special Education certification are highly encouraged to apply! 
  • Special Education Teacher (Full-Time, School Calendar)
    • The Special Education Teacher is responsible for supporting the educational program providing instruction to junior and senior high school students and to fulfill non-instructional related duties.
  • Teacher Assistants (TA)
    • The TA is to assist with student achievement and successful engagement in all aspects of their education program. Support provided could be in the classroom, or in other areas of their school day program, as assigned. The TA interventions are to be consistent with the strategies identified in the student’s IEP and Individual Crisis Management Plan (ICMP). While primary instruction rests with the teacher, the TA will support students’ ability to engage in the learning process and display behaviors which foster success. Since non-classroom issues may negatively impact a student’s ability to learn, the TA may be assigned to provide support outside of the classroom or beyond the traditional school day.
  • Teacher Aides
    • To provide assistance in the instruction of the assigned subject area to junior and senior high school students and to fulfill non-instructional related duties, as a direct support to both the teacher and the students.

After School Programs

  • Youth Development Specialist (Per Diem, Evenings)
    • The Youth Development Specialists introduces skills, activities, and opportunities to at-risk male adolescents tapping into their strengths and fostering appropriate relationships, helping them become successful members of their community. This position provides direct supervision of the participants, monitoring behavior, motivation, attendance and safety within the Juvenile Reporting and Family Center (JRFC). This early intervention program provides youth with a supervised, structured array of enrichment recreational activities during high-risk evening hours. This position reports to work 3-4 Days a Week, from 3:00 pm-9:00 pm. General responsibilities include supervising program participants, completing the necessary documentation, providing progress feedback, and perform TCI strategies when required.   

Unaccompanied Children (UC) Program

  • Clinician
    • The clinician position conducts mental health assessments, provides ongoing individual and group counseling services, screens for human trafficking concerns, and provides crisis intervention services.
  • Lead Clinician
    • The Lead Clinician is responsible for developing and maintaining a safe, therapeutic, and culturally responsive environment for youth. This role also ensures oversight of the delivery of clinical services to the UCs in care, provides supervision and training to clinical and case management staff, and is responsible for compliance with ORR clinical policies and procedures. This includes, but not limited to, engaging UC to disclose locations of sponsors, contacting families, assessing for trauma, trafficking, and other behavioral health needs, providing individual and group treatment in accordance with the treatment plan or as otherwise indicated. All clinical staff will provide on call behavioral health crisis support as scheduled/ needed and facilitate linkages with appropriate community services as indicated by UC need. 
  • Teacher

    • The teacher provides educational services based on UC’s level of development, education, and communication skills. They will structure curriculum primarily on the development of basic academic competencies and secondarily on English Language Training.
  • Youth Development Specialist 
    • The YDS works directly with children in care of LSS and sees that the daily program and routine is carried out. They are responsible for providing a safe, therapeutic residential experience for all children during each assigned shift. The YDS consistently implement strategies which provide for the effective supervision of each child. They act as a member of the team, coordinating daily tasks with colleagues. The YDS develops a working knowledge of each youth and works to support children while in LSS care. Primarily looking to fill weekend and evening shifts, but other shifts might become available.

Administration/Operations/Health Services 

  • Associate Executive Director of Program and Services (AEDPS)
    • The AEDPS is La Salle School’s senior leader to all assigned programs and services for youth and families. Working as the leader of the agency wide senior leadership team, they provide oversight and direction to all assigned Program Directors. The AEDPS has a key role in the executive leadership of La Salle, working as part of a team to ensure that programs are functioning safely, efficiently, and in full compliance with all applicable standards. They also provide oversight of all program utilization and enrollment, with a keen eye for risk management and sound financial operations. The AEDPS takes a leadership role in the implementation of all agency-wide initiatives (DEIB, Trauma Informed Care, Philosophy of Care, etc.), changes to existing programming, and the identification and development of new programming including responding to requests for proposal, grants, and other opportunities that serve LaSalle School’s mission and strategic goals. As a senior leader, they also support agency efforts to animate LaSallian culture and values, sustain partnerships with other ministries, and promote the formation of staff in all areas of the agency.
  • Residential Maintenance Worker
    • The Residential Maintenance Worker will be responsible for ensuring the upkeep and smooth operation of the campus and property, performing a variety of tasks related to maintenance, repair, and general upkeep. They directly provide the labor force for all the building and ground repairs, maintenance and renovations as identified.
  • Registered Nurse (RN)
    • The RN is responsible for the delivery and oversight of health care needs of all LSS students. Decisions and responsibility for the care of the students are met by the RN, in consultation with other ancillary providers and clinicians as indicated.

Questions about available Careers at LaSalle School please contact:

Shakion Melton
Human Resources Manager
smelton@lasalle-school.org

LaSalle School
Human Resources Department
391 Western Avenue
Albany, NY 12203

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