Please consider a career with Directions in Independent Living, Inc.! Work with us and help to create a barrier-free society! We offer full-time employees excellent medical, dental and vision benefits, Simple IRA, HRA, paid holidays, generous paid time off, and competitive wages.
Directions is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Gender Identity, Sexual Orientation, Pregnancy, Status as a Parent, National Origin, Age, Disability (physical or mental), Family Medical History or Genetic Information, Political Affiliation, Military Service, or other non-merit based factors. We encourage people with disabilities to apply.
Please contact Laura Wick, our HR Director, for more information about any of our available positions.
Phone: 716-379-8670 x8811
The following button link will take you to our Employment Forms Page. The intitial Employment Application as well as several additional required forms are available at this link. Please fill out the forms that you were instructed to fill out. THANK YOU!
Non-Medicaid Care Coordinator
Provide case management services to mental health recipients, who do not have Medicaid, that lead to positive self-care habits with a goal to avoid emergency room visits and long-term hospital care.APPLY NOW
No Wrong Door Independent Living Specialist
Work with No Wrong Door (NWD) team to connect aging and disabled individuals and families to established support programs. Critical pathways providers to help facilitate access to needed home and community based supports and services, and streamline access to public benefits and application assistance. Also, provide Outreach working in conjunction with local NY Connects program for expansion and enhancement of NWD.APPLY NOW
To assist and educate consumers on money management skills through the process of budgeting monthly expenses to ensure consumers’ needs are met in compliance with Social Security guidelines.APPLY NOW
STRAWW Recovery Guide
The position of the Recovery Guide is a full-time position that is assess, refer, and link individuals with mental illness or other disabilities to services and activities that will integrate the individual into the community and ignite their “spark of life.” The Recovery Guide will have a working knowledge of the resources in the community to meet the individuals needs. These positions are designed to assists individuals in finding their “spark of life” through social and recreational activities that will lead someone to volunteer work, education, or a job.APPLY NOW