We are a community and we succeed together. We will achieve success only by partnering with each other and with others. Teamwork generates progress and progress defines achievement for us and our families.
We exhibit empathy because of our own experiences and by considering others’ experiences. We actively listen, we are respectful, and open-minded in our interactions with colleagues, young people, families, and the community. Expressing empathy allows us to build an inclusive community.
We are responsible for our words and actions and holding ourselves accountable ensures the quality of our work. We are proud to champion love, equity, and access for young people with disabilities, their families, and the people who support them.
We set high standards for ourselves, others, and our organization. Our lived experiences drive our commitment to shaping opportunities for all young people. Our commitment to learning promotes excellence and results in high quality work.
We build trust by conducting ourselves with honesty and integrity in support of each other, our families, and the community. Honesty enables us to forge bonds and produces our best work.
What to expect in the hiring process
Our services are person-centered, so hiring is one of the very most important decisions we make. We put a lot of thought and energy into how we evaluate candidates. That means that our hiring process might be more involved than what you have experienced. It includes several opportunities for you to get to know us and for us to get to know you. If you move through all the steps, a typical process may include:
An initial screening call
An in-person interview with potential colleagues and managers, which may include discussion or walking through some real-life scenarios
A written exercise, and—for some jobs—an on-site demonstration
A second meeting with team members
A final meeting with the Executive Director
Our positions require a unique combination of skills, experience, and philosophical alignment. We’ve turned down candidates in the past who we knew would go on to do fantastic things (and they have) but where the fit wasn’t quite right for the work we do. We say this to emphasize that if we don’t end up working together, it’s likely because we have an incredibly competitive candidate pool, combined with the fact that what we’re looking for is often unique.
We don't currently have any open positions.
As an equal opportunity employer, INCLUDEnyc believes that equal opportunity for all employees is important for the continuing success of our organization. In accordance with state and federal law, INCLUDEnyc employment decisions and practices will not be influenced or affected by race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, sex, marital status, veteran status, disability, age or any other characteristic protected by law.