Careers with CCSI

CCSI is a not-for-profit management services organization with a special focus in the area of behavioral health and human services. We help provider agencies, local and state government, and other not-for-profits deliver programs and services that improve health and quality of life for the people they serve. Our administrative offices are in Rochester, and we work with customers and communities across New York State. Our customers are our partners, and we work hard to develop the longstanding, productive relationships needed to support high quality services.

CCSI has a need for talented professionals looking to contribute their expertise, expand their influence, and manage their careers to meet personal aspirations. We offer opportunities across different service lines, geographies, and functions. Explore our website to learn more about our leaders, the organization and our services, our customers, and the colleagues with whom you will collaborate to achieve success. Our people make CCSI what it is and in turn, we strive to create a work environment that supports both personal and professional growth. We work hard and appreciate the importance of wellness through work/life integration. We are committed to maintaining a diverse workforce and an inclusive environment, with efforts aimed toward dismantling structural racism. If CCSI's values align with your own and CCSI sounds like a place where you want to build your career, click here to view our current job openings.  

CCSI does not request wage or salary history information from job applicants. CCSI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in E-Verify. (More information about "EEO is Law")


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Click here to check out CCSI's latest Newsletter! 

Highlights from this month’s newsletter include: Celebrating Lenora Reid-Rose, Director of Cultural Competence and Diversity Initiatives who was recently honored as one of the Rochester Business Journal’s Icon Awardees, a webinar led by Dr. Don Kamin, Director of the Institute for Police, Mental Health, and Community Collaboration, on the Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) program model, Learn more about Front Door NY, and welcome the Solano County Office of Education, partner to six school districts serving nearly 64,000 students in Solano County, California. 

CCSI’s culture values:


Excellence in Customer Service

Diversity & Inclusion

Honoring People and Their Work


Individualized Work/Life Integration


Community Connectedness


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CCSI has an ongoing commitment to wellness and work/life integration. We believe that supporting the health and wellness of our staff allows all of us at CCSI to do our best work – and to grow both personally and professionally.



Employee Engagement

At CCSI, we believe that job satisfaction is crucial to creating a positive and
productive worplace. For that reason, each  year we conduct an employee
engagement survey to understand how we are doing as an organization.



Racial Equity and Justice Initiative

CCSI is involved with over 20 other organizations in the Greater Rochester area to take an active role in helping to reduce and eliminate the effects of structural racism. The REJI initiative addresses racism by focusing on organizational change and building community capacity for racial equity.


Professional Development

CCSI offers a variety of professional development programs and resources for employees to continue to learn and contribute through participation and collaboration.



The diversity of our multiple work locations builds on the diversity of thought, perspectives and experience that we value. No matter where we work, we experience a strong sense of community and the chance to make a difference.