Looking for a job where you can make a real difference, where your work is meaningful and challenging? Join the team at Berkshire Farm Center & Services for Youth. Each day, Berkshire employees bring hope to children and families across New York State at 22 locations from Buffalo to Albany, Plattsburgh to Long Island.
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For 130 years, Berkshire has been New York’s leading child welfare agency. From our prevention programs, foster care, adoption, group homes, and non-secure and secure detention centers, to our residential treatment center and school, Berkshire is always looking for dedicated people who love to work with children and families.
Work-Based Learning Coordinator Maria DeNovio explains why she chose Berkshire
Our culture: at Berkshire, we work together and collaborate across programs, departments, and offices. We focus on our achieving our mission by taking great ideas and best practices and spreading them throughout our organization. From building a new educational model, to giving at-risk youth the taste of a rewarding job, to teaching staff and youth how mindfulness can enhance life, at Berkshire, we know what we do matters. That's why we do it. If you want work that challenges, engages, and inspires you to find new ways to solve the challenges youth and families face, then Berkshire is the place for you.
Here are just some of what we offer our employees:
Berkshire Farm Center & Services for Youth (BFCSY) is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer committed to excellence through diversity. BFCSY takes affirmative actions as an equal opportunity employer to attract, promote, and retain the most fully qualified candidates without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions) sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, transgendered status, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, physical and mental disability, criminal record, genetic information, predisposition or carrier status, status with respect to receiving public assistance, domestic violence victim status, a disabled, special, recently separated, active duty wartime, campaign badge, Armed Forces service medal veteran, or any other characteristics protected under applicable law.