You can expect that we will contact you within 1 to 3 business days via phone and/or email after you submit your application.
Once we receive your completed application, the next step is initial contact (see question 1). Qualified applicants will be contacted for a telephone screen. If there is further interest, a Coarc manager will reach out to you to schedule a site visit.
This depends on many factors such as; how quickly and applicant returns phone calls, program manager availability, how long it takes to receive a candidate’s references and required documentation. This depends on many factors such as; how quickly an applicant returns phone calls, program manager availability, how long it takes to receive a candidate’s references and required documentation.
Yes, background checks are required for every position at Coarc.
Yes – most of our positions require a valid driver’s license.
Our rates of pay vary by position title and/or location. Please visit the “Work at Coarc” section of our website where you can view rate of pay for the position that interests you.
This information can be found on our website however; we encourage you to call the Human Resources Department at 518-672-4451 if you have a specific question that is not addressed on the site. Once you dial this number, you can use extension 2141 or 2143 to speak directly to a Recruitment and Retention Specialist.
You will only need to apply once for an open position at Coarc. If you find that you are interested in more than one position, feel free to contact us before you apply. You can also choose to apply for the position that interests you most and when we call you we can discuss your other position(s) of interest at your phone screen.
Yes - Depending on the position, you must provide an original diploma and/or certified transcript to the Human Resources Department no later than your background check appointment. For Direct Support Professional positions, we prefer a High School Diploma or TASC (GED) but it is not required. If you have lost or misplaced this document you can contact the school where you attended to obtain these records.