Community-based Programs

CAREERS

Align with our Mission

United by their common mission to improve the lives of 25,000 older and vulnerable New Yorkers, Selfhelp’s staff is skilled, compassionate, and deeply devoted to their work. 

A wide spectrum of locations, programs, and services create opportunities that span all skill levels and roles.

Whether entry-level or executive, one principle remains the same: we strive to hire and train the best and the brightest, individuals whose backgrounds and life experiences reflect the vibrance and diversity of the many communities we serve. 

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Competitive and comprehensive benefits packages

Including medical, dental, and vision policies; paid time off; various wellness programs and an Employee Assistance Plan (EAP)

Commitment to professional development

By investing in our employees and recognizing their growth and accomplishments, including ongoing education and career development opportunities via SHIELD – Selfhelp Institute for Education and Leadership Development

Commitment to building strong mentors and managers

By emphasizing coaching and leadership, developing employee strengths and potential, and building skill and loyalty by promoting from within

Commitment to the principles of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Via an established DEI Committee and an array of Employee Resource Groups (ERGs), with the recognition that diversity allows for multiple perspectives and strengthens resilience, both individual and organization-wide

Commitment to flexibility and work/life balance

With 35-hour work weeks, commuter friendly location, hybrid opportunities, generous sick, personal, and vacation days, onsite wellness programs, EAP support and comprehensive mental health benefits

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Be a Helper. Be your true self.  

 

At Selfhelp, we believe in embracing the unique combination of background, skills, and experiences that make you, YOU.  

 

We do our best work when we are engaged. Being engaged means feeling welcomed, valued, and heard.

 

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A committee of Selfhelp leaders is shaping Selfhelp’s approach to creating a safe and welcoming work environment for everyone. Major accomplishments in the past year include an organization- wide culture audit and focus groups; DEI-focused training; Employee Resource Groups; reviews of organization policies and space planning with a DEI lens; and frequent communication with all Selfhelp staff.