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Employment Policies

At the Children's Clinic, we view our employees as our most important resource. We have an outstanding staff and seek to add to it only individuals of the highest possible standards.
We seek employees who:

• Can perform their job with competence and professionalism

• Believe in our agency's mission.

• Treat our patients, clients and their families with respect and compassion.

• Treat their fellow employees with respect.

• Show enthusiasm for their work and the work of the Children's Clinic

North Country Children’s Clinic does not discriminate against any person in employment, any applicant for employment, or any person attending an agency activity because of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, political affiliation or belief, marital status, sexual orientation or disability.

It is the policy of North Country Children’s Clinic to fill vacancies with the best-qualified candidates. Opportunity for employment will be open to any person who can present satisfactory evidence of qualifications for the position.

North Country Children’s Clinic, as an equal opportunity employer, recognizes the individual’s inherent right to be judged solely on the basis of qualifications and ability to perform and insures each individual equal opportunity for employment, job retention and promotion

To be considered for employment a candidate must be at least 18 years of age and a high school graduate. Recruitment of personnel will be designed to provide the maximum employment opportunity for area residents and members of groups served.

Any applicant for employment should make full disclosure of any criminal record, but North Country Children’s Clinic does not consider a criminal record automatic or conclusive indication of a person’s fitness for employment and will consider each case and individual separately in terms of the position to be filled. North Country Children’s Clinic is required to conduct a thorough background check as appropriate.

Each employee must be qualified, as applicable, by:

  • holding professional licensure and demonstrating evidence of current registration from the New York State Department of Health; or
  • demonstrating the evidence of current registration or certification from the appropriate agency, association, council or board or
  • providing a chronological list of employment past high school.

All employees of North Country Children’s Clinic are expected to perform all functions of his/her job description. In the event an applicant’s or employee’s disability prevents that applicant/employee from performing a function of the job description, the Clinic will make reasonable accommodations if such accommodations do not cause undue hardship to the agency.

NCCC believes that each employee has the right to be free from harassment because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, political affiliation or belief, marital status, sexual orientation or disability.  

North Country Children’s Clinic is a smoke and substance free work environment.