The Human Resources Office works with each Department to pick the very best candidate for the specific opening that we are trying to fill. The Human Resource Department continues to support supervisors and staff alike throughout the working life of each employee. Some of those activities include providing guidance, direction, and assistance in the execution of various personnel activities.
You may reach Mary Alice Loucks in our Human Resources Office at (585) 345-2074
Applications are currently being solicited to fill immediate and anticipated vacancies in the Nursing Department. We are seeking applications for Certified Nurse Aide, Licensed Practical Nurse and Registered Nurse positions. The Home employs qualified individuals in these titles on a full-time, part-time and per diem basis. We offer competitive wages with generous NYS Benefits. Benefits are also available for part-time except per diem.
Human Resources Links
Our employment application is available online in PDF format. Please print, complete, and mail to the address shown on the application.You can download Adobe reader here.
Employee Assistance Program
E.A.P. is a benefit offered to all NYS employees, family members, and retirees. It is a voluntary program designed to offer a highly professional, confidential source of help for personal problems or concerns. The program offers assessment and referrals. The program recognizes that employees are people first and are subject to stress and pressures that impact their ability to be effective at work. Confidentiality is paramount. The only exceptions to confidentiality are when information is required by law or executive order to be disclosed, when a person is likely to harm him/herself or others, or when there is reasonable suspicion of child abuse.
The NYS EAP is jointly sponsored by labor and management. It provides referrals, tailored for individual employee needs, to community resources. The program tries to offer a choice of resources, which are low-cost or no cost. Some of the services requested by employees may include:
- Assistance with family related problems;
- Assistance with emotional or physical illnesses, alcohol and other drug-related problems;
- Information on resources for childcare, eldercare, legal and financial support services;
- Workplace, health education, and employee wellness programs.
The EAP Coordinator is able to meet with employees at the Home or in a public setting. Employees may obtain EAP services by calling (716) 847-3013.