Trinity Alliance is looking for self-motivated people to join our dedicated team!  If that person is YOU, please take a look at the job description(s) below and send in your resume.  

NEW! COUNSELOR (Posted 5/8/18)

RESPONSIBLE TO:  CARE After School Director at the Arbor Hill Center

ACCOUNTABILITY OBJECTIVE: Responsible for ensuring appropriate care, supervision and guidance to the children in the child care program.  These responsibilities will be consistent with the philosophy, objectives, policies and procedures of the Agency.

SPECIFIC ACCOUNTABILITIES:     

  • Plan and implement a well-balanced and flexible program of childcare activities
  • Secure necessary supplies and equipment for the smooth running of the child care program
  • Assess the child’s overall adjustment and development
  • Answer and screen all telephone calls
  • Participate in monthly staff meetings and bi-weekly supervision with the Program Coordinator and/or the Assistant Program Coordinator
  • Maintain internal records, including progress notes, attendance, incident reports, curriculum sheets and medical charting for each child
  • Perform other duties as required by the Program Coordinator and/or the Assistant Coordinator
  • Participate in required training and staff development 

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS:   

  • Associates degree in early childhood education with one year of supervised experience in childcare; or, three (3) years supervised experience in childcare
  • Must have a valid New York State driver’s license & able to transport children
  • Must be able to go up and down stairs
  • Must be able to lift at least 30 lbs.
  • Must have appropriate computer skills & knowledge 

HOURS: 3:00 6:00 PM during active school year and 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM during 6 weeks summer program.

Please submit resumes and cover letters via email or fax, in attention to our Human Resources offices at HR@ta-cr.org / 518-689-0379

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COUNSELOR (Posted 3/16/18)

RESPONSIBLE TO:  Director of the Homer Perkins Center

ACCOUNTABILITY OBJECTIVE: Responsible for carrying out daily activities within a 20 bed residential extended care treatment facility for persons involved with alcohol, substance abuse, or who are emotionally dysfunctional; complete assessments and treatment plans; and operate as a member of a multi-disciplinary treatment plan

SPECIFIC ACCOUNTABILITIES:    

  • Conduct individual, group and family counseling sessions
  • Establish rapport and promote therapeutic trust enabling clients to view therapy as a means of overcoming their problems
  • Along with the client, develop treatment plans
  • Introduce and encourage the adoption of positive behavior modifications
  • Involve other members of the family group when it will assist in the reversal of dysfunctional behavior patterns
  • Employ various therapeutic techniques in broadening individual awareness and promoting sound approaches to stress encountered
  • Attend clinical staff meetings
  • Function as a part of a multi-disciplinary treatment team
  • May perform intake, evaluate clients of program rules, and other particular responsibilities with a client
  • Compile comprehensive assessments
  • Update assessments and treatment plans as necessary noting transactions and matters relevant to treatment especially those areas outlined by the supervisor and/or program policies
  • Secure any approval required for treatment
  • Compile treatment plans, complete individual progress notes and group notes
  • Make any necessary appointments required in treatment guidelines
  • Supervise job function
  • Plan/coordinate transportation needs
  • Perform crisis intervention
  • Coordinate with other agencies as needed
  • All other duties as assigned by the Program Director 

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS:  Qualified candidates must possess two years of college or high school diploma/HSE with a minimum of one year experience working in a substance abuse treatment program or have a CASAC or CASAC-T.

HOURS: Full time

Please submit resumes and cover letters via email or fax, in attention to our Human Resources offices at HR@ta-cr.org / 518-689-0379

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REGISTERED NURSE (Posted 3/16/18)

RESPONSIBLE TO:  Director of Homer Perkins Center

ACCOUNTABILITY OBJECTIVE: The staff nurse will be solely responsible for training all new hires (clinical and shelter attendants) on medication observation.  Identify and develop training needs (in consultation with administrative staff) for staff.  Supervise disposal of narcotics and syringes. 

SPECIFIC ACCOUNTABILITIES:    

  • Serving as the Healthcare Coordinator for the facility.
  • Facilitate Trainings for staff (initial hires annual reviews)
  • As needed, meet with consumers and care coordinators to review medication issues/concerns.
  • Oversite of Medication Room
  • Review incidents and follow-up as necessary  

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS:    

  • Have a current Nursing License (RN) 

HOURS: Part time

Please submit resumes and cover letters via email or fax, in attention to our Human Resources offices at HR@ta-cr.org / 518-689-0379

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COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKERS (Posted 2/2/18)

RESPONSIBLE TO:  REACH Director

ACCOUNTABILITY OBJECTIVE: Trinity Alliance is looking for individuals interested in improving the health of their community to apply for our Health Worker positions.   Successful applicants will have an in-depth understanding of the South End, West Hill, and Arbor Hill neighborhoods. These positions involve working directly with consumers to facilitate sustainable connections to health and wellness services. 

SPECIFIC ACCOUNTABILITIES:   

  • Support setting personal goals and address barriers and challenges for consumers.
  • Facilitate enrolling and/or referring individuals into primary and specialist care, insurance navigation   services, etc.
  • Follow-up with individuals via phone calls and home visits.
  • Work closely with medical providers to help ensure that individuals have comprehensive, coordinated care.
  • Facilitating and following through with referrals to transportation services, food resources, and other health resources. 

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS:   

  • Bachelor’s Degree in public health, social welfare or allied field with at least 3 years of experience
  • Excellent communication and written documentation skills including writing individual care plans
  • Familiarity with community based organizations and like providers of services and programs
  • Excellent crisis intervention, case management, advocacy skills
  • Valid driver’s license, insurance and good driving record. 

HOURS: Full time

Please submit resumes and cover letters via email or fax, in attention to our Human Resources offices at HR@ta-cr.org / 518-689-0379

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RESIDENT OUTREACH WORKERS (Posted 2/2/18)

RESPONSIBLE TO:  REACH Director

ACCOUNTABILITY OBJECTIVE: Trinity Alliance is looking for individuals interested in improving the health of their community to apply for our Resident Outreach Worker positions. Successful applicants will have an in-depth understanding of the South End, West Hill, and Arbor Hill neighborhoods. These positions involve working directly with consumers to facilitate sustainable connections to health and wellness services. 

SPECIFIC ACCOUNTABILITIES:   

  • Conduct community outreach to engage eligible community members in services.
  • Administer a health assessment with community members to gauge health needs and barriers to care.
  • Assist in connecting community members with transportation, health insurance, food resources, primary care appointments, mental health, behavioral health, and other health resources.
  • Maintain accurate records in accordance with agency protocols.  

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS:  

  • One to two years of community organizing and leadership experience.
  • A basic understanding of the community health issues facing Albany’s South End, West Hill, and Arbor Hill neighborhoods.
  • Attention to detail; well organized; good time management skills.
  • Ability to interact with people from diverse backgrounds exhibiting respect and inclusion.  

HOURS: Part time, flexible

Please submit resumes and cover letters via email or fax, in attention to our Human Resources offices at HR@ta-cr.org / 518-689-0379

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SHELTER ATTENDANT (re-posted 3/5/18)

RESPONSIBLE TO:  Case Manager at the Homer Perkins Center

ACCOUNTABILITY OBJECTIVE:  To supervise the program and residents; creating an environment of safety and sanctuary that will promote wellness.  

SPECIFIC ACCOUNTABILITIES:     

  • Provide support and monitoring to all residents.
  • Observe medications and document on medication logs/MARS.
  • Supervise and perform UDS testing and breathalyzers.
  • Provide crisis intervention when necessary.
  • Facilitate appropriate classes
  • Perform head counts and bed checks.
  • Answer and log all phone contact and faxes received.
  • Transport residents to appointments/court and outpatient treatment programs  
  • Conduct appropriate fire drills.
  • Perform physical plant inspections and document any concerns and/or issues.
  • Maintain strict confidentiality.
  • Conduct room searches/inspections on shift
  • Evaluate job functions of residents
  • Do pick –ups from the Food Bank as needed  

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS: 

  • Two (2) years of college
  • Or, high school diploma or equivalency with six (6) months successful association with a substance abuse program or other community service experience
  • Or, one (1) year of the above experience, preferably have or working on CASAC-T, CASAC
  • Valid NYS Driver's License 

HOURS: Full time, Weekdays, 12:00 midnight to 8:00 am.

Please submit resumes and cover letters via email or fax, in attention to our Human Resources offices at HR@ta-cr.org / 518-689-0379

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Trinity Alliance of the Capital Region is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, socioeconomic status or veteran status.