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Do you have experience in the human services field? Can you demonstrate significant skill in the areas of direct care and vocational support? Do you have a passion to help make the lives of program participants rewarding and meaningful, fostering increased self-esteem and independence each day? If you believe you have what it takes to be a successful Kuhn team member, we want to talk to you!

Kuhn Employment Opportunities is a non-profit human services agency committed to helping persons with disabilities find and retain employment. We serve people with developmental, intellectual, and psychiatric disabilities in Meriden, CT and the 20 towns surrounding it, helping them gain self-esteem, earn a paycheck through work, and become independent, productive, and valued members of the community.

Apply Online for Our Current Positions

Kuhn Employment Opportunities is actively seeking talented candidates to fill the open jobs that are listed below. These are full-time jobs providing competitive pay and a generous benefits package. We are accepting resumes from qualified individuals who seek a great employment opportunity with a reputable human services agency. Please click on the job that interests you, and complete our online application.

Employment Specialist – Middletown-Based

Assist individuals with severe and prolonged mental illness to become competitively employed in the community and to reach their maximum vocational potential.

Facilitator – Community Experience Program

Responsible for the development and implementation of behavioral programs for up to three participants and/ or as required by participants’ supervision guidelines in Community Experience Program. Facilitator is a hands-on, direct care position.

Job Coach – First Shift

Responsible for job skills training to individuals with disabilities. Including transportation, hands on instruction and supervision of job operations, quality control, work flow and material handling to meet production demands in assigned job sites. Participates in the development and implementation of Individual Service Plan goals/ Behavior Plans to maximize each assigned client’s ability to function independently.

Job Coach – Second Shift

Responsible for job skills training to individuals with disabilities. Including transportation, hands on instruction and supervision of job operations, quality control, work flow and material handling to meet production demands in assigned job sites. Participates in the development and implementation of Individual Service Plan goals/ Behavior Plans to maximize each assigned client’s ability to function independently.

Bookkeeper (Accounting Specialist)

Responsible for maintaining the systems relative to Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable, ADP Payroll and QuickBooks. Help support our mission to provide quality services to find and retain employment for persons with disabilities.

Transportation Driver

Responsible for the safe operation and general maintenance of company vehicles. This involves transportation of passengers, as well as making material deliveries.

Recovery Support Specialist (Employment)

Responsible for assisting individuals with severe and prolonged mental illness to become competitively employed in the community and to reach their maximum vocational potential. This involves vocational assessments, job seeking skills training, issues related to personal appearance/presentation, entitlements training, time-limited job coaching, interview support and job development with the business community.

Workforce Navigator

Responsible for assisting and/or making the necessary linkages for program participants to select a career path, enroll in any needed training to gain necessary skills for their chosen profession and obtain and maintain a position. This involves career planning, assistance with training registration, job matching, job development and placement, and follow-up support for program participants.

Maintenance Specialist

Responsible for maintenance and repair of Kuhn facility to ensure the safety of Kuhn staff and participants.

Human Resources Generalist

Responsible for all aspects of human resources for the organization, maintain compliance with all state and federal regulations and HR-related legislation. Supports the agency’s mission and administrative functions.

Bi-lingual Employment Specialist

Employment Specialists are responsible for assisting individuals with severe and prolonged mental illness to become competitively employed in the community and to reach their maximum vocational potential. This involves, but is not limited to, vocational assessments, job seeking skills training, issues related to personal appearance/presentation, entitlements training, time-limited job coaching, interview support and job development with the business community.