Joining The Jewish Board means you’ll have access to unparalleled career advancement, mobility and training. No matter how you choose to grow your career within human services, we have the programs to help you realize your potential.
The Jewish Board is the largest human services agency in New York City, serving more than 43,000 clients each year. We are widely recognized as a best-in-class provider of human services, delivering innovative, cutting-edge, and evidence-based mental health and behavioral health programs.
With over 3,000 employees, 75 locations around the 5 boroughs of New York City and a 125-acre campus in Westchester, our scale and reach also means that no matter where you live in the greater New York City region, we have programs and services that are impacting your communities – and it also means you will likely find a program within reasonable commuting distance.
We are always looking for talented people of all cultures, religions, races and ethnicities, and gender expressions to work at our organization.
Our core values
Guided by the values of hope, recovery, and resilience, we strive to help people live as independently as possible. To do accomplish this, we address all aspects of an individual’s life, including mental and physical health, family, employment and education.
To help us remain the leader in our field and deliver the best care to our clients, we are always looking for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join our dynamic and supportive multidisciplinary teams. Working with our team and helping our clients is challenging, meaningful, and rewarding.
Confronting Structural Racism Initiative (COR)
At The Jewish Board, we are committed to building true partnerships with the clients and communities we serve. COR works to integrate anti-racist practices and perspectives into every part of the work we do. Through centralized leadership committees, agency policies and procedures, workshops, clinical trainings, staff affinity groups, and consultation services within and beyond the agency, we examine and confront issues of race, racism, systemic inequities, disparities, and community-wide and intergenerational impact.
Our outstanding benefits
Our history reaches back to 1874, indicating our organizational stability. We are well-capitalized and rely on a mix of government, foundation and private funding. This legacy of stability allows us to offer outstanding benefits, including:
- Significantly subsidized health/dental/vision plans
- Generous paid time off,
in addition to 15 paid agency holidays
- Professional development opportunities
- 403(b) retirement benefits
- Life insurance plan
- Discounted gym membership
- Annual staff events
- Employee recognition program
- Free Continuing Education Opportunities
- Our employee resource groups for our ethnically diverse and our LGBTQ staff help create an inclusive workplace where everyone feels respected and included.