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EAC Network is a large not-for-profit agency that for over 46 years has been in the business of empowering , assisting and caring for people by helping them to take control of their lives and become contributing members of their communities. EAC Network programs respond to human needs through programs for Children and Youth,  Families and Communities, Behavioral Health, Criminal Justice and Seniors.

EAC Network has approximately 400 full and part-time employees and over 70 programs located on Long Island (Nassau and Suffolk Counties) and New York City (Queens, Staten Island, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Bronx and Rockland Counties).

Please explore our current job openings and send us your resume if you’re interested in becoming part of our team of dedicated and experienced professionals.  EAC Network offers competitive salaries, excellent benefits and opportunities for advancement.

Learn about Professional Development at EAC Network.

To apply for a position send your resume and cover letter via e-mail to:


All qualified applicants will be afforded equal opportunities without discrimination because of race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or protected veteran status


Staten Island Behavioral Health program. Employment Vocational Specialist

Brooklyn Criminal Justice Re-entry program. Clinical Case Manager

Staten Island Court-based Intervention and Resource Team (CIRT). Clinical Case Manager

Brooklyn Criminal Justice Mental Health. Forensic Case Manager

Bronx Treatment Alternatives for Safer Communities (TASC). Administrative Assistant

Suffolk Treatment Alternatives for Safer Communities (TASC). Bilingual Case Manager

Long Island Dispute Resolution Center- Administrative Coordinator

Nassau Adult Guardianship. Bilingual Case Manager

Nassau Adult Guardianship. Case Manager (PT)

Queens Treatment Alternatives for Safer Communities (TASC). Case Manager

Alternatives for Youth (AFY). Bilingual Case Manager (PT)

Alternatives for Youth (AFY) Peer Specialist (PT)

Alternatives for Youth (AFY). Case Manager (PT)

Education Rehabilitation and Support Enforcement (ERASE).Teacher Attorney (PT)

Meals on Wheels II. Case Coordinator (FT)

Suffolk Enhanced Supervised Visitation.Family Coach (PT)

Bronx Health Home Program. Care Coordinator (FT)

Staten Island Behavioral Health Collaborative Vocational Counselor (FT)

Suffolk Treatment Alternatives to Safer Communities Family Court (TASC) Case Manager Aide PT

Brooklyn Health Home Program. HARP Case Coordinator

Second Chances Occupant Protection for Everyone (SCOPE). Bilingual Instructor-Translator

Brooklyn Second Chance Re-entry program. Clinical Case Manager

Stoplift-Anger Management Program Screener (PT) 2016

Stoplift-Anger Management Program Group Facilitator (PT) 2016