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Employment Opportunities


Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities with Rural Health Network of South Central New York.  For AmeriCorps and VISTA national service opportunities, please visit Rural Health Service Corps website.


Rural Health Network of South Central New York requires that all staff be fully vaccinated with original series and booster against Covid-19.



Mobility & Transportation Advocate (MTA). The Mobility and Transportation Advocate (MTA) works in a collaborative team environment to utilize mobility management strategies to improve transportation access, independence, and service coordination. MTA’s staff the Getthere Call Center, which is open Monday through Friday from 7am until 7pm, and provide one-on-one transportation case management, education, and assistance to older adults, people with disabilities, and lower-income individuals. MTAs have the opportunity to make a positive impact on the community while building problem solving and critical thinking skills, gaining experience in the health and human services sector, and playing an integral role in the success of dynamic community initiative. For more information, please see the full Mobility and Transportation Advocate job description.


Community Health Worker 1 (CHW 1). The Community health Worker 1 provides outreach to engage identified individuals from rural county specific populations to efficiently access health related services including: prescription medication, vision/dental services, financial assistance, health literacy/insurance, transportation, healthy foods, housing, and self advocacy. The CHW 1 identifies the level of need, which can range from one time information and assistance to longer term case management for individuals with chronic physical and/or behavioral health conditions. The CHW 1 also refers and facilitates participation in chronic disease case/self-management, care coordination and/or health education. For more information, please see the full Community Health Worker job description.


Community Health Educator. The Community Health Educator is responsible for assessing the health education needs of RHNSCNY clients and populations across the region, marketing, recruiting for and delivering evidence-based health education programs, and working alongside RHNSCNY Community Health Workers and other key staff to conduct community outreach to targeted communities. The Community Health Educator will assess impacts of participation in evidence-based health education programs through data collection and analysis, and will work collaboratively to maintain client engagement, support, and referrals. The Community Health Educator will support internal and external workforce development opportunities as a strategy to improve service delivery to rural populations. For more information, please see the full Community Health Educator job description.