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Benefits

  • Paid time off

  • Medical, dental, and vision

  • Paid holidays

  • IRA retirement plan

  • Life insurance, disability, and accident plans

  • Flexible scheduling

Current Job Openings

Croyle-Nielsen Therapeutic Associates is growing, and we are always taking applications for our programs in the Johnstown and Somerset areas! In particular, we are looking for team members for our Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities programs, which include Behavior Support, Residential Services, In-Home and Community services, and much more. We are also glad to hear from therapists (LPC, LSW, LCSW) and other psychiatric professionals who would like to be a part of the expanding Croyle-Nielsen team!

In accordance with our mission, we strive to support our employees in their professional growth as we work as a team to provide excellent, compassionate services to all our clients.

We are an at-will, equal opportunity employer. Our PDF application has more information — if you’re interested, please fill it out and email it to Croyle-Nielsen’s Human Resources Administrator at jobs@c-nta.com. Resumes will also be accepted. You may also apply online.

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Croyle-Nielsen Therapeutic Associates is hiring a full-time Behavior Support Specialist to join our team of compassionate do-gooders that are compelled to serve others.  Our behavior support team strives to serve individuals diagnosed with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities by offering a person-centered philosophy in aligning their behaviors with their life goals while preserving and improving their dignity and self-worth.  

 

Candidates must provide the best quality service and possess the flexibility and commitment to meet the needs of our clients.  The BSS will work with the individuals and their entire support team to develop and ensure proper implementation of behavior support plans, develop behavior assessments, collect and monitor data, complete monthly status updates, and train the individual and support teams on the behavioral needs of the individual. The BSS ensures that they create an atmosphere that induces optimal growth for the individuals we serve while maintaining compliance with state and federal regulations. 

 

Candidates must have a can-do positive attitude that is always looking to help others live their best life.  The BSS must  

  • Have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Psychology, Special Education, Counseling, or related field and transcripts of all academic degree completion or proof of license must be provided.  
  • Have two (2) years of experience supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. 
  • Obtain all Pennsylvania Child Abuse clearances within 3 months of date of hire
  • Possess a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license and successfully complete a driving history record check
  • Successfully complete a pre-employment physical and drug screen and criminal background check

 

This is a full-time position, and the candidate can work from our Somerset or Johnstown office.  The BSS is expected to have a fully functioning vehicle to travel between our individuals’ homes, schools, etc. and will be reimbursed mileage. 

Direct Support Professionals integrate C-NTA’s Guiding Principles by providing professional, person-centered guidance and support to individuals who have intellectual disabilities, mental health conditions, as well as possible medical care needs or physical disabilities. This position provides support and cares as needed, teaches appropriate behaviors and provides behavior management assistance.

Job Types:

Full-time, Part-time

Community Participation Program

Positions available in both Somerset and Cambria Counties. Part-time positions available with daytime hours typically. Weekend and evening hours occasionally. Responsibilities of a Community Participation DSP include, but are not limited to:

  • Helping the individual live a successful meaningful life through fulfilling and rewarding participation in community events.
  • Assisting the individual with socialization efforts while participating within the community.

At all times our DSPs, ensure the health, safety and well-being of individuals at all times. DSPs are compassionate, patient and motivated. Applicants should have a genuine desire to help others achieve their goals and provide support in their everyday life. Experience is a plus, but not necessary. We offer paid training classes for new employees and ongoing training throughout employment. Requirements to be a DSP:

  • Minimum of 18 years of age
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Valid Pennsylvania driver’s license and successfully complete a driving history record check
  • Successfully complete a pre-employment physical and drug screen and criminal background check
Direct Support Professionals integrate C-NTA’s Guiding Principles by providing professional, person-centered guidance and support to individuals who have intellectual disabilities, mental health conditions, as well as possible medical care needs or physical disabilities. This position provides support and cares as needed, teaches appropriate behaviors and provides behavior management assistance.

Job Types:

Full-time, Part-time

In Home, Community & Companion Program

Positions available in Somerset County only. Part-time positions available Monday – Friday with daytime hours typically. Weekends and evenings are possible but rare. This position is perfect for someone who wants to work approximately 10-20 hours per week, especially for those seeking a retirement job or while kids are at school due to the flexibility! Responsibilities of an In Home & Community DSP include, but are not limited to:

  • Assisting individuals with their activities of daily living within their home. Possible in home activities include teaching them how to cook and clean.
  • Assisting individuals with their daily obligations and desires such as attending appointments and shopping.
  • Ensuring the individual’s daily obligations are executed.

Croyle-Nielsen Therapeutic Associates (CNTA) is currently hiring a full-time receptionist for our Administrative office in the Johnstown area. 

 

ABOUT C-NTA 

At Croyle-Nielsen Therapeutic Associates we are a team of fun loving, caring, motivated, kind, and compassionate professionals providing life altering support services for our clients, empowering them to live great lives. We are a behavioral health and social services company, focused on delivering innovative, cutting-edge, and person-centered solutions with the aim of providing ever-increasing quality of life for our clients and our employees. We prioritize a positive work culture and individualized, compassionate services above all else. We provide behavioral health therapy solutions, psychological testing services, and psychiatric services to individuals from all walks of life.  Additionally, we provide quality support services tailored to adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD), including behavior support services, home and community services, supported employment services, community participation services, and residential services.  

 

WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A PART OF THE CNTA TEAM 

Our team members are compassionate ensuring the client is their priority by offering a warm, welcoming, and friendly approach at all times.  As a CNTA Receptionist, you will: 

  • Professionally and politely answer phone calls, greet all visitors with a positive attitude, verify visitor information, and ensure their experience from start to finish is top-notch.
  • Screens visitors to ensure that they are expected or authorized prior to letting them in to see anyone at the office.
  • Perform general office support duties including: copying, filing, mailing and faxing; maintaining office directories and filing systems; managing office supplies. 
  • Prepare basic correspondence (email, letter, etc.) as directed by appropriate team members. 
  • Maintain cleanliness of the building’s interior by way of dusting, vacuuming, removal of trash, cleaning of restrooms, etc. 

 

Requirements to be a receptionist: 

  • Minimum of 18 years of age
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Successfully complete a pre-employment drug screen, criminal background check, driving history
  • Knowledge of basic computer skills
  • Accuracy, attention to detail, ability to multi-task and problem solve
  • Excellent communication (verbal & written) and customer service skills
  • Willingness to help others and eager to learn
  • Maintain a neat, clean, and organized work environment

Direct Support Professionals integrate C-NTA’s Guiding Principles by providing professional, person-centered guidance and support to individuals who have intellectual disabilities, mental health conditions, as well as possible medical care needs or physical disabilities. This position provides support and cares as needed, teaches appropriate behaviors and provides behavior management assistance.

Job Types:

Full-time, Part-time

Residential Program

Positions available in both Somerset and Johnstown. Full & part-time positions available for all shifts. Shifts include:

  • Second shift (2pm-10pm)
  • Overnight shift( 10pm-6am)
  • Weekend Block – full-time employment in just 3 workdays. You will work 6am-10pm Saturday and Sunday as well as pick up one shift throughout the week. In addition to your hourly rate of pay, anyone working the weekend block receives an additional $1/hour shift differential for hours worked on Saturday and Sunday.
  • 7 on / 7 off – Candidates must be able to work 80+ hours within a seven (7) day week by living at our residential homes during that week. These employees working a 7 on / 7 off schedule receive a higher wage, are full-time and receive the next week off.

Responsibilities of a Residential DSP include, but are not limited to:

  • Assisting our individuals with personal care tasks (bathing, exercising, grooming, etc.) as well as everyday life functions (meal preparation, budgeting funds, grocery shopping, attending doctor appointments, medication management, house cleaning, etc.) and doing so within their home 24/7
  • Providing transportation to our individuals’ various appointments and activities
  • Assisting with coordination and execution of community outings and events for our clients
  • Utilizing the individual’s support plan to effectively manage the behaviors of the client
  • Ensuring the individual’s daily obligations are scheduled and executed
As a Supported Employment Specialist, we promise you will learn and be rewarded daily as you help to make a difference in someone’s life! Your main goal will be to assist individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to build and foster friendships, create positive memories, and obtain gainful employment within the community. You will basically serve as the individual’s personal job coach, working in a variety of settings and helping the individual to develop new skills at their job and reach personal goals each and every day.

Part-time positions are available in both Somerset and Johnstown working within the individual’s place of employment regularly throughout the day. The Supported Employment Specialist works primarily during the weekdays but must be flexible to work evenings or weekends to meet the needs of the individuals’ employment schedules. To be successful in this position, you must be compassionate, patient, motivated, and very flexible. Applicants should have a genuine desire to help others achieve their goals and provide support in their everyday life. Experience is a plus, but not necessary. We offer paid training classes for new employees and ongoing training throughout employment.

Responsibilities of a Supported Employment Specialist include, but are not limited to:

  • Assisting our individuals with securing employment within the community.
  • Providing transportation to our individuals’ work schedules
  • Participating in the individual’s work day providing coaching opportunities with total guidance on how to successfully contribute to their employer
  • Utilizing the individual’s support plan to effectively manage the behaviors of the client
  • Ensuring the individual’s daily work obligations are scheduled and executed successfully
  • Ensuring the health, safety and well-being of individuals at all times.

Requirements to be a Supported Employment Specialist:

  • Minimum of 18 years of age
  • Minimum of a high school diploma with four years of experience in a related-field.
  • Valid Pennsylvania driver’s license and successfully complete a driving history record check
  • Successfully complete a pre-employment physical and drug screen and criminal background check
  • Has access to a safe and reliable vehicle at all times of the day and night and is able to transport individuals in the Supported Employment Specialist’s personal vehicle.

Job Types:

Part-time & Full-time

Croyle-Nielsen Therapeutic Associates is hiring compassionate therapists to join our growing team of therapists across the state of PA.   Positions include contractor, remote/telehealth, full-time & part-time employees.  Our therapy group takes pride in being a strong, creative, and dynamic team-focused group of therapists that are working for the greater good of our clients and community.    

 

ABOUT C-NTA  

At C-NTA, it is all about our clients and helping each be the very best version of themselves! We provide cutting-edge mental and behavioral health therapy solutions and psychiatric services to individuals from all walks of life. Our therapists are professionals of the highest caliber, in addition to being incredibly compassionate and caring individuals who are completely dedicated to helping our clients live happier, more balanced and complete lives. Our therapists work tirelessly to ensure the well-being of our clients, making our clients their top priority through highly effective, evidence-based, person-centered practices, while upholding the highest professional and ethical standards.  We believe that operating a healthy company is about serving the needs of our clients, providing a great experience for our employees, and making a positive impact on people’s lives within the communities we serve each and every day!    

 

WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A THERAPIST  

As a Therapist at C-NTA, we promise you will learn and be rewarded daily as you help to make a difference in someone’s life!  Your main goal will be to provide high quality, professional, competent, compassionate, and outcome-based behavioral and mental health therapy services. 

Therapists must provide the best quality care and possess the flexibility and commitment to meet the needs of our clients.  Based out of Johnstown, PA, we are eager to grow our telehealth team across the state!   

Candidates must have licensure as a LPC, LMFT, LSW or LCSW. All therapists must provide transcripts, degree completion, PA Child Abuse clearances, and carry malpractice insurance. 

Responsibilities of a Therapist include, but are not limited to: 

  • Performs a variety of direct clinical duties in the outpatient setting as well as in various professional organizational on-site settings. These include, but are not limited to application of individual, couples, family, group, emergency triage, and organizational/corporate wellness treatment modalities.  
  • Performs thorough and accurate psychosocial evaluations, initial assessments, developing and implementing master treatment plans, providing timely documentation of treatment and providing high quality, professional, competent, compassionate, and outcome-based behavioral and mental health treatment, as well as for ensuring appropriate discharge planning/aftercare referrals and performing various types of community outreach.  
  • Facilitates wellness throughout the organization and assisting other departments and program areas as directed.  
  • Demonstrates the ability to effectively communicate with both clients and staff. 
  • Demonstrates the ability to effectively manage his/her time, prioritize the multiple demands of the position and is able to accurately follow instructions.

 

Requirements to be a Therapist: 

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, Professional Counseling or equivalent from a nationally recognized accredited institution of higher learning. Copy of degree and transcripts of all academic degree completion must be provided.   
  • Must hold and provide proof of current and valid licensing in Pennsylvania as an LSW, LCSW, LMFT, LPC or NCC; the license must be listed as being in good standing with any and all applicable the regulatory and licensing bodies.  
  • Must hold and provide proof of current and valid malpractice insurance at all times. 
  • Must complete 30 hours of required training every two years which includes: 
  • Minimum of 3 hours must be in ethics. 
  • Minimum of 2 hours in approved child abuse recognition and reporting. 
  • Minimum of 1 hour in suicide prevention 
  • Remaining 25 hours in approved CEUs for LSW, LCSW or LPC in state of Pennsylvania. 
  • Must provide all applicable and required background checks and clearances.
  • Must not be listed on any state, Federal, or local service provider exclusion lists.