If you are driven by your own personal commitment to helping others and the community, you can build on your professional goals at CODAC. Though we are a team-focused, collaborative environment, we count on the strength of individuals to carry out our mission of care and compassion to our clients and their families. We are looking for exceptional individuals with a variety of skills and a passion to succeed.
Why Choose CODAC?
You have chosen your career! Now choose CODAC.
Whether it’s providing direct member care or offering professional, technical, clerical or other expertise and support, staff at CODAC are integral to the wellbeing of our members and to the success of our organization.
CODAC offers a culturally diverse, customer-service oriented workplace that you can be proud of. You can have a rewarding professional career and an excellent quality of life working at CODAC.
At CODAC, we focus on the needs of people - the people we serve and the people who serve with us. That’s why we’re proud to offer an impressive array of benefit options to meet the needs of your unique lifestyle. For benefit eligibility, you must be budgeted for at least 64 hours per pay period (every two weeks).
Available benefits include:
- Generous Paid Time Off (PTO) that combines traditional vacation, sick and bereavement leave
- 11 paid holidays per year
- Cafeteria Benefit Plan that allows full-time employees to apply funds provided by CODAC to any of our cafeteria benefit plans including medical, dental, vision, dependent care reimbursement, medical reimbursement and AFLAC
- Health Insurance
- Health Savings Account
- Dental Insurance
- Vision Insurance
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- Dependent/Elder Care
- Dependent/Elder Care
- Group Term Life Insurance
- Tuition Assistance
- Short-term Disability
- Long-term Disability
- Direct Deposit
Please note: This is a benefits summary only. For information on qualifications, restrictions and employee contributions, call CODAC's Human Resources Department at (520) 327-4505. Plan documents, company policies and procedures are subject to change and prevail in the event of a discrepancy.
- Click on Employment Opportunities and a list of openings will appear.
- Select the position you wish to be considered for (a separate application is required for each position you are applying for).
- Review the job description, then scroll to the bottom and click on the "Click here to join our talent network" link.
- Please answer all questions and cut and paste your resume in the appropriate box.
- Click on the FINISH button when you are done.
- Your application will be immediately sent to the Human Resources Department.
Internships & Externships
CODAC offers internship and externship opportunities to individuals who qualify.
Interns are typically at or near the end of their training program. The intern is supervised, but is expected to engage in the entire range of professional activities that are expected of a professional. CODAC provides internship opportunities that meet the Office of Behavioral Health Licensure (OBHL), the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), Department of Labor (DOL) and CODAC guidelines.
Externs are often students at an earlier stage of their training program, and the externship activities are usually more supervised and involve less skilled activities or only certain activities of the profession compared to internships.
What Internship/Externship Opportunities are Available?
There are different types of internships and externships available, depending on your availability and the level and type of degree you are working on obtaining or have acquired. You must be 18 years of age to qualify for an administrative, non-treatment providing internship and 21 years of age to qualify for an internship that includes member contact.
Levels of degrees include: certification programs, associate, bachelor and master degrees, Internships and externships are available for both clinically-related degrees and administrative-related degrees.
For more information, including types of internships/externships available, to apply for an internship/externship at CODAC, or just for more information on the program, please contact Marta McKenna, Training and Development Administrator at (520) 202-1818 or at email@example.com.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How long does the hiring process take?
A: It varies with each job opportunity, but the process can take up to two weeks before any interview decisions are made. You will receive an email indicating that your application has been received. A CODAC representative will contact you again if you are selected for an interview.
Q: If I submit an application/resume, will I be guaranteed an interview?
A: No. Due to the high volume of applications/resumes received, only those candidates who appear to be a close fit with the position requirements will be selected for an interview.
Q: Are benefits available with job opportunities at CODAC?
A: Benefits such as health insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, pension plans, flexible spending accounts, and paid time off are available for employees working a minimum of 64 hours a pay period.
Q: What degrees, majors and certifications meet the requirement for being “behavioral health-related”?
A: Many degrees are considered “behavioral health-related.” View a list of degrees and certifications that CODAC considers "behavioral health-related."
Contact CODAC's Human Resources Department
The Human Resources Department is located at 1650 E. Ft. Lowell Road, Suite 202.
Call: (520) 327-4505
CODAC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.