Positive Organizational Culture
At KYC, we take pride in our organizational culture and cultivating a positive workplace environment for all team members and clients, inclusive of all people. We believe diversity and cultural competency bring strengths to the programs and communities we serve and enhances our ability to provide compassionate care.
Employees of Kenneth Young Center enjoy the following:
- Competitive pay, exceptional benefits, and generous paid time off
- Specialized Employee Recognition Programs
- Flexibility where possible with arranging work schedules and flex-time
- Training and skill development opportunities
- Professional career experience and clinical supervision where applicable
- Challenging and diverse work assignments
What We Do
Kenneth Young Center (KYC) offers a wide range of exciting career opportunities that support the vibrancy and vitality of our community. Central to KYC’s mission is the ethical obligation we have as a society to serve all with care and respect while providing high quality treatment. Our team works collaboratively toward achieving this goal together by helping people to feel good, do better, and find solutions through individualized behavioral health and supportive social services.
Who We Are
KYC reflects the diversity of the communities we serve. Employees are generous in spirit and work to treat the specific needs of each client in a holistic and empathetic manner. As a team, we believe strongly in the value and impact of the work that we do. We also care about the well-being of one another and want what is best for each employee. Together our staff is building a warm and welcoming organizational culture that celebrates our unique perspectives and urges all to participate and provide feedback to ensure continuous improvement.
Kenneth Young Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Team Member Spotlights
Learn from a few of our team members how their expertise, experience, and commitment to care make meaningful impacts through KYC.
Daryl Pass, KYC Recovery Support Services Manager, shares how his experience has driven him to a career of helping others.
“Recovery is about transformative thinking and behavioral change. Nine years ago, I didn’t have that understanding as I was barely holding on to life and was immersed in substances and addictive behavior.”
Wayne Jozwiak, CHOICES Care Coordinator, has shared his talents across a wide range of service areas at KYC for more than 40 years.
“You don’t know anything until you learn it” said Wayne.“Your kindness will be forwarded to others and that impact is our responsibility.”