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Join KYC’s Old­er Adult Team

KYC’s staff are pas­sion­ate about empow­er­ing com­mu­ni­ty mem­bers to live healthy and ful­fill­ing lives. Our Old­er Adults Depart­ment pro­vides old­er adults and com­mu­ni­ty mem­bers with dis­abil­i­ties with crit­i­cal resources and ser­vices to help them nav­i­gate the many unique chal­lenges they face. We are cur­rent­ly hir­ing for sev­er­al roles that sup­ports this goal. The Adult Pro­tec­tive Ser­vices (APS) Team is hir­ing for a new Case Work­er, Super­vi­sor, and Man­ag­er. Sim­i­lar­ly, we are recruit­ing for a Com­pre­hen­sive Care Coor­di­na­tor to work on the care man­age­ment team. Old­er Adult staff strive to pro­vide the high­est lev­el of care to our clients each day. 

About These Roles

The Adult Pro­tec­tive Ser­vices Case Work­er inves­ti­gates claims of abuse and exploita­tion against old­er adults or peo­ple with dis­abil­i­ties. The Super­vi­sor inde­pen­dent­ly inves­ti­gates claims and pro­vides con­sul­ta­tion to Case Work­ers. The Man­ag­er is respon­si­ble for the oper­a­tions of the APS pro­gram, over­sees the APS team, and is the pri­ma­ry liai­son between the APS team and state and local agen­cies. This team works togeth­er to advo­cate for the safe­ty and well-being of old­er adults and peo­ple with dis­abil­i­ties in our communities.

The Care Coor­di­na­tor enables com­mu­ni­ty mem­bers to live safe­ly and inde­pen­dent­ly by pro­vid­ing ongo­ing case man­age­ment. The Care Coor­di­na­tor assess­es old­er adult clients, iden­ti­fies their imme­di­ate and future needs, and devel­ops a plan to sup­port their inde­pen­dence. The Coor­di­na­tor pro­vides old­er adults and their fam­i­lies or care­givers with wrap-around ser­vices or refer­rals to ensure their needs are met. This role is ide­al for patient, com­pas­sion­ate peo­ple who want to help old­er adults live as safe­ly and inde­pen­dent­ly in our com­mu­ni­ties as possible.

Apply Today

Com­mu­ni­ty mem­bers often reach out to Ken­neth Young Cen­ter for sup­port at the time of a sig­nif­i­cant life event, such as a seri­ous med­ical pro­ce­dure. In oth­er cas­es, a fam­i­ly mem­ber may reach out when they become con­cerned about a loved one’s safe­ty as they age in place. If you are look­ing for a career that tru­ly makes a dif­fer­ence in the lives of your com­mu­ni­ty mem­bers, check out the job descrip­tions above or please vis­it our careers page here.


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