Welcome to Contact Community Services, Inc., a dynamic organization with a strong reputation for hiring dedicated, caring and talented people. We value our employees, trust in their professionalism and integrity, and strive to provide a supportive atmosphere for learning and growth.

Contact’s staff, volunteers and board of directors are committed to improving the social, emotional, behavioral and mental health of children, youth and families in Central New York through advocacy, counseling, and teaching/consultation. Together, we form an organization that is always improving and responsive to community needs.

We are proud of the quality of our staff. Our organizational culture:

  • Promotes learning for each staff person
  • Prizes innovation and the capacity to change
  • Fosters multi-level, open communication
  • Trusts in the professionalism and integrity of its staff

Employment Application

Thank you for your interest in joining our team! We invite you to view one of the positions currently available by clicking on the links below.

All applicants must complete an employment application. Please email or mail to the designated person in the employment listing. Please only send an application if you are applying for a listed position.

Employment Application

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Crisis Line Worker/Phone Counselor

Contact Community Services, Inc. announces the following opening. A detailed position description is below.

Crisis Line Worker/Phone Counselor
Part time – Evening and weekend shifts 
Compensation: $15/hour

Part time – Weekend overnight shifts
Compensation: $16/hour

Full time – Overnight shifts including the weekends
Compensation: $18/hour

Please submit letter of intent and resume to Cassandra Mills.

By email to:
cmills@contactsyracuse.org

By mail to:
Contact Community Services
ATTN: Cassandra Mills
6311 Court Street Road
East Syracuse NY 13057

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