Joining our Administrative Team

Cooperative Home Care Associates (CHCA) established in 1985, is a home health care services agency licensed by the New York State Department of Health, to provide paraprofessional services for elders and individuals living with physical disabilities in New York City. More than 1,600 home care workers are currently employed by CHCA, 98 percent of whom are Latina or African American women. As the largest worker-owned cooperative in the US, CHCA offers all employees the opportunity to purchase an equal ownership stake in the business. Today CHCA is one of the largest private-sector employers in the South Bronx and one of the largest women-and-minority-owned businesses in New York City.

Interested in joining our team?
Send resume to our Human Resources Department.

Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Location: Bronx, NY 
Status: Full-Time (In person)
Salary: $160-190K

CHCA is looking for a highly experienced and strategic-minded Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to oversee the planning,
development, and implementation of CHCA’s financial and billing units to support and promote profitable goals and

As the CFO, your position will include but is not limited to:

• Ensure that CHCA financial records are accurate, complete, and produced in accordance with generally
accepted accounting principles (GAAP).
• Establish financial reporting systems and controls to ensure compliance with the organization’s
• Provide strategic financial leadership and support evaluating benefits packages and other financial
matters impacting the business.
• Prepare annual operating and capital budgets.
• Ensure timely and accurate budget analysis and financial statements for Senior Leadership to review.
• Develop a reliable cash flow projection process and reporting mechanism including a minimum cash
threshold to meet operating needs.
• Develop policies, procedures, and systems to meet department objectives.
• Work to optimize bank and deposit relationships and initiate needed strategies for improvement.
• Stay abreast of trends and regulations to ensure effectiveness and compliance of finance functions.
• Participate in all 1199 Union Collective Bargaining negotiations.
• Oversee annual financial audits.
• Lead and engage CHCA’s Board of Directors Finance Committee.
• Ensure financial statements are prepared in a timely manner for board meetings.
• Review the work of the billing staff to ensure accuracy, resolving inconsistencies as needed.
• Prepare monthly reports of billing metrics to present to the Senior Leadership team.
• Ensure billing actions comply with company, local, state, federal, and contractor guidelines.
• Work collaboratively with PHI, CHCA’s sister organization to support the Training and Workforce
Development program.

Required Qualifications:

• MBA or CPA
• Five Years of senior-level experience running a finance department.
• Advanced knowledge of accounting software and financial analysis
• Highly organized and detail-oriented.
• Belief in CHCA’s mission and respect for caregivers and colleagues at all levels of the organization.

Employment Specialist

Location: Bronx, NY 
Status: Full-Time 35 Hours Per Week
Salary Range: $37K-45K
Areas of Responsibility

CHCA is looking for an Employment Specialist to provide supportive services to trainees and paraprofessionals, perform
all recruitment-related duties on a professional level and provide support for the day-to-day operation of the Workforce Department.

As an Employment Specialist, your position will include but is not limited to:

• Facilitates the Open House sessions and participates in job fairs.
• Determines participant's eligibility and needs by completing one-to-one interviews.
• Builds relationships with participants through consistent counseling sessions.
• Provides coaching on participants’ performance during training.
• Maintains complete and accurate case files.
• Ensures timely data entry in the appropriate database.
• Ensures applicants meet New York State Home Care Registry (HCR) Training Program requirements.
• Maintains electronic attendance records to maintain compliance with DOH regulations and audits.
• Coordinates all the tasks associated with ensuring the applicant is ready for employment.
• Develops and maintains connections with external organizations to facilitate referrals, i.e., housing,
public assistance, and food access.
• Advocates and troubleshoot problems related to public entitlements and social services for trainees
and paraprofessionals.
• Participates in meetings with the staff from other departments and trainees when issues are identified
that might hinder the trainee from job retention.
• Facilitates “Job Readiness” workshops for the trainees.

Required Qualifications

• College degree preferred; equivalent combination of applicable training and experience may be
substituted for education requirements.
• Two years of experience working with people from an underrepresented background
• Excellent writing and communications skills
• Proficient Computer Skills: Microsoft Office Suite
• Bilingual (Spanish) required.

Supervising Field Nurse

Location: Bronx, NY 
Status: Full-Time 35 Hours Per Week
Salary Range: $90K-100K
Areas of Responsibility

As a Supervising Field Nurse, your position will include but is not limited to:

• Conducts patient assessments as required by local, state, and federal guidelines. 
• Identifies patient’s needs and develops a patient plan of care in conjunction with the patient/family. 
• Develops a paraprofessional aide plan of care in conjunction with the patient/family and aide.
• Responsible for conducting assessments and revising patient’s plan of care and paraprofessional plan of care; 
as necessary. 
• Recommends as appropriate, the use of other disciplines (e.g. physical therapist, occupational therapist,
medical social, speech therapist, skilled nursing) to the physician in order to facilitate client care.
• Communicates and collaborate with all members of the health care team as appropriate.
• Completes, maintains and submits accurate and relevant clinical notes in the agency’s electronic medical record 
• Explains all home care service policies to the client, including rates of service, billing options, HIPAA Privacy; 
and obtains signature of acknowledgement.
• Addresses knowledge deficit relating to disease management, medication compliance and diet instructions in 
accordance with physician orders. 
• Participates in client case conferences.
• Documents client accident reports as necessary. 
• Evaluates the performance, competency, and training needs of the paraprofessional staff.

Required Qualifications

• Current license to practice as a Registered Professional Nurse in New York State
• Baccalaureate degree in Nursing
• Two years’ experience in nursing
• Current BLS Certification
• Possesses excellent observation, good nursing judgment, and good oral and written communication 
• Capacity to work various shifts and days to meet the needs of the department.
• Availability to work on-call in addition to regularly scheduled work hours.
• Works in all weather conditions 
• Proficient computer skills

Maintenance Technician

Location: Bronx, NY 
Status: Full-Time 35 Hours Per Week
Salary Range: $19.00 Per Hour
Areas of Responsibility

CHCA is seeking a Maintenance Technician, to perform and assist with facility maintenance activities as assigned. The ideal candidate will be hard-working, reliable, a team player, and possess a great attitude. 

As a Maintenance Technician, your position will include but is not limited to:

▪ Ensures cleanliness of all office spaces, including all storage rooms.
▪ Replenishes infection control, kitchen, and bathroom supplies as needed.
▪ Monitors and maintains the functionality of office equipment, excluding business machines. Replaces
non-functional equipment as necessary.
▪ Prepares all meeting spaces, both on and off-site.
▪ Checks supply levels and informs supervisor when additional supplies need to be ordered. Stores
and distributes all deliveries accepted by reception staff.
▪ Complies with established inventory process including non-IT property.
▪ Coordinates and maintains CHCA’s record retention system and follows the established guidelines.
▪ Updates the record retention spreadsheet on the computer as needed.
▪ Retrieves files from staff members upon request in a timely manner.

Required Qualifications:

▪ High School Diploma or General Equivalency Diploma
▪ One-year experience with maintenance/housekeeping
▪ Ability to lift at least 50 lbs. and handle physical activity for extended periods.
▪ Flexibility in work hours/schedule
▪ Driver’s license required.


CHCA offers an attractive compensation package which includes, medical, dental, vision and company paid life insurance, paid time off, flexible spending accounts, commuter benefits program, long term disability, and 401K benefits as well as an excellent working environment.

Covid-19 Considerations

All staff are required to be vaccinated as per Department of Health Regulations. Social distancing, sanitizing, and cleaning procedures in place.

Equal Opportunity Employer

At CHCA, we celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate based on race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, 
(Including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, status, as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.