White Plains


  • Oversees all quality, compliance and regulatory requirements related to Community Prevocational Services and Community Employment in accordance with OPWDD and ACCES-VR.
  • Implement classroom instruction of Project Search curriculum.
  • Oversee internship opportunities.
  • Provides direct services to individuals in accordance to their ISP and Habilitation Plans.
  • Develops and writes Individualized Habilitation Plans, attends ISP and other program meetings, monitors and records daily and monthly progress notes.
  • Collaborates with internship managers, steering committees, advisory councils and families.



  • Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Social Work, Special Education, Rehabilitation Counseling or a related Human Services field. Master’s degree is preferred.
  • Requires five years’ experience working with IDD population and a valid NYS Driver’s License. Supervision and staff development experience preferred.



  • $24.23/HR

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