Come Join our Innovative and Reputable Team!

Amicus is a mission-driven 501(c)(3) nonprofit service organization that has been a premier service provider and employer of choice in Eastern and Central Maine for half a century. Working at Amicus is both challenging and extremely rewarding. We are known for our experienced employees and for their longevity with the agency. Many of our valued staff members have been with us for 10, 15, and even 20 years! Our robust line-up of programs offers a wide variety of employment opportunities and work hours. All staff who work directly with program participants will become Direct Support Professional (DSP) certified. We also offer trainings leading to certifications, such as Safety Care, CRMA, and CPR.

Reasons to select Amicus as your employer of choice:

  • Competitive wages
  • Comprehensive full-time benefits package that includes agency-paid:
    • health insurance
    • Health Reimbursement Account (HRA)
    • dental insurance (for both full-time and part-time employees)
    • eye care discount
    • short-term disability insurance
    • long-term disability insurance
    • life insurance
    • 401(k) option with generous match (for all employees upon eligibility period being met)

  • Generous earned paid time-off for full-time employees (pro-rated for part-time)
    • vacation
    • sick
    • holidays
    • bereavement leave

  • Ongoing staff training/development
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Excellent and supportive work environment

Come work as part of a respectable team where you make a difference in the lives of others every day!

We welcome you to contact us for more information at info@amicusgroup.org or call our Human Resources Department at (207) 941-2892, extension 101.

Open Positions

Open Positions

Substitute Program Assistants (Open at Various Times Based on Need)

Make a difference in others' lives on a schedule that fits your life! Join our professional team in supporting individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism in an environment of respect and energy. Our programs offer those we serve unique supports that enhance life skill-building and include a wide variety of activities including art, theater, fitness, volunteerism, and self-advocacy. Our focus is to help individuals maximize their independence and maintain and improve quality of life through skill building, community involvement, creativity, and self-advocacy.

This position may find the successful candidate working in one or more of the numerous Amicus high quality and unique programs including the Bouchea Center for Learning, Community Life, Penobscot Valley Industries, Ralph Leek Elder, or Pathways to Employment.

Please feel free to explore our website for more information about Amicus.

Requirements: High school diploma or GED. Strong organizational skills and a positive attitude required. DSP required, but we will train the right candidate(s). CRMA, related experience, and knowledge of positive behavioral supports desired.

Substitute Hours: Monday through Friday, on-call.

Please direct inquiries to:
Amicus Human Resources
ATT: Denis Cranson
700 Mount Hope Avenue Suite 470
Bangor, ME 04401

Tel: 631-5230
dcranson@amicusgroup.org
EOE

Case Manager

Amicus is growing and now recruiting for a full-time Community Case Manager to support adults with developmental disabilities. The successful candidate will join the Amicus Case Management team in our new professional offices and be responsible for ensuring consumers receive high-quality, consumer driven outcomes that promote quality of life and maximize independence. A BA/BS degree in a related field is required and previous experience and LSW licensure is preferred. Knowledge of positive behavioral supports and dual diagnoses is beneficial. Excellent organizational, computer, and communication skills required. Join a team who really cares about the people they support. This is a Monday through Friday full-time position with full-time benefits that include 100% agency-paid health, dental, life, LTD, STD insurances, generous vacation and sick time accruals, excellent 401k match,all major holidays paid, educational reimbursement, and professional training. The total compensation package is very competitive, adds approx. 30% to total compensation and the work environment is supportive. Some remote work is being done during the COVID pandemic. Please note: A completed Amicus Job Application is required for consideration for this position.

COVID-19 considerations:
A full plan is in place related to COVID-19. This may be reviewed during the interview process.

Please direct inquiries to:
Amicus Case Management
ATT: Heather Willey
700 Mount Hope Avenue Suite 470
Bangor, ME 04401

Tel: 570-6750
hwilley@amicusgroup.org
EOE

Part Time Program Assistants: Open at Various Amicus Programs

Job Description: Join a winning team and work for a company that has been providing services in Maine for 50 years! Many of our Amicus programs now have part-time openings for Program Assistants. The Program Assistant works directly as an integral part of a team to support program participants both in day program and also community settings. The Program Assistants' major role is to assist individuals to maximize their potential in making choices, taking action to gain experience, and learning from the consequences of their individual choices. Assistants must provide consistency by understanding and implementing consumer's individual plans and responding appropriately to all consumer behavior. Requirements include a high school diploma or GED and strong organizational skills. A positive attitude is required. Related experience, DSP, CRMA and knowledge of positive behavioral supports are valued. An Amicus Employment Application is required and is available at www.amicusgroup.org or by email request.

Job Type: Part-time

COVID-19 considerations:
An extensive COVID Response Plan has been put into place to help ensure the safety of both those we serve as well as employees.

Please direct inquiries to:
Amicus Human Resources
ATT: Denis Cranson
700 Mount Hope Avenue Suite 470
Bangor, ME 04401

Tel: 631-5230
dcranson@amicusgroup.org
EOE

Program Secretary

Job Description: Join a winning team that has been providing services to eastern and central Maine citizens for 50 years! The Amicus Community Skills/Pathways program has an excellent opportunity for a Program Secretary. This is a full time/40 hr. per week position Monday through Fridays 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM with some flexibility needed. Full time benefits include company-paid health/life/dental/STD/LTD insurance premiums, a generous paid time off package including vacation/holiday/sick leave, professional development and mileage reimbursement, an excellent 401k company match program, and other benefits that can add 30% or more to the total compensation package.
The successful candidate will have a demonstrated history of superior organizational skills, reliability, and be proficient in all aspects of MS Office including spreadsheet development. He/she may also at times be assigned to act as a backup for direct services provided by the program. This will be discussed further at the interview.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIP: The Secretary reports directly to the Program Director.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: High school diploma or GED required, with relevant experience preferred. Proficiency in Microsoft Office and a demonstrated history of excellent organizational skills and ability to multitask required.


NOTE: An Amicus employment application is required to be considered for an interview. This may be found at here at www.amicusgroup.org or by email request.

Amicus is an EOE

Job Type:Full-Time with Benefits

COVID-19 considerations:
An extensive COVID Response Plan has been put into place to help ensure the safety of both those we serve as well as employees.

For more information, contact Wendy Parker wparker@amicusgroup.org

Amicus is committed to being an equal opportunity employer and service provider that does not discriminate on the basis of national origin, race, color, creed, gender, age, religion, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, genetic information or any other legally protected status under federal, state or local law. We value diversity and inclusion in our workplace and programs. We believe that all people should have the right to work and advance on the bases of merit and ability.