Would you like to join an organization that:
Helps 13,000 people each year,
Operates 37 programs,
Employs 400 professionals,
Offers great benefits,
Has 60+ years of experience in behavioral health?
If so, then Lenape Valley Foundation may have the right job for you!
We pride ourselves on the quality of care provided by our outstanding staff and are looking for qualified candidates – like you— for several open positions. Check out our current openings to find the job that may be your next career move. Then, be sure to visit our benefits section to learn more about the perks of being an LVF employee. We hope to see your application in our inbox soon!
All offers of employment are contingent upon passing required clearances based upon the available position.
Lenape Valley Foundation is fully committed to being an Equal Employment Opportunity Care Provider and Employer and to attracting, retaining, developing and promoting the most qualified employees without regard to their race, creed, color, religion, gender, marital status, age, sexual orientation, national origin, veteran status, physical or mental disability, or any other characteristic prohibited by federal, state or local law. We are dedicated to providing a work environment free from discrimination and harassment, and where employees are treated with respect and dignity.
Employee Spotlight: Susan Miletto, Crisis Resident Aide, The Lodge
What do you like most about working at LVF? I really like how everyone works as a team in the Lodge
What is your best memory at LVF? When I received a staff appreciation award in 2022. It was an honor that I was chosen and acknowledged for this award.
What would you say to a potential candidate interested in working for LVF? It is a warmhearted environment that encourages self care.
What brought you to LVF when you initially applied? I was looking to expand my experience in a residential setting.
How has your career grown since working at LVF? I started out as a Certified Peer Specialist in 2019. Now I am a CRA full-time at The Lodge.
What have you learned recently at LVF that has better equipped you in your position? I have learned that no two people are the same and it is important to approach each situation with open eyes and perspective.
What’s a “day in the life” like for you at LVF? I enjoy what I do, especially being able to meet each guest where they are in their recovery.
What’s the best advice you can give someone who just started their career at LVF? Don’t take anything personally, treat everyone like a human/family member, and lean on your counterparts.
What is your favorite hobby or pastime activity outside of work? Enjoy time with my family at the pool.
What’s your favorite music genre? I enjoy country music.
What’s your secret talent? Trusted listener
Favorite food? Pizza
Which fictional family would you want to be part of? The Brady Bunch