Working at LINC, Inc.

LINC, Inc. employees and volunteers are a vital part of achieving our goals for the community. Our staff play key roles in the agency.

LINC is committed to its vision and purpose by means of solution-focused, person-centered approaches while cultivating integrity, responsibility, and mastery of the skills of work and life for both employees and volunteers.

Employees are guaranteed a workplace that:

  • Understands the challenges and opportunities of workplace diversity
  • Helps avoid discrimination
  • Makes diversity a priority
  • Makes sure everyone is trained for their role and continues to learn and develop skills
  • Provides uniform expectations for all employees
  • Promotes an open-door policy at all levels of the organization
  • Protects employee rights
  • Promotes compliance and prevention
  • Creates a respectful and dignified work environment for all

Current Job Openings

Treatment Services Coordinator

Main Function
The Treatment Services Coordinator serves as a positive role model and mentor for those living in the MER Transitional Living Facility. This includes, but is not limited to, providing residential clients with assistance to meet his/her residential, therapeutic and/or personal care needs while living in a residential setting.
Services Coordinators are responsible for maintaining the daily and weekly structure and schedules for the MER Facility, as well as for assisting the case managers in the assessment and reassessment of the clients’ need for case management services. Services coordinators will be expected to learn and be able to inform residents about program & facility policies and procedures, community resources and services; assist the recipient in accessing benefits and services as directed by case managers; and monitor the provision of services.
Some volunteer, course work and/or work experience in Social Work or other human services related fields. Requires knowledge in community resources, answering phones, making referrals, basic office management, coordinating services, and offering counseling or other supportive services.
Would prefer one who is familiar with reentry programs. This is a permanent position, Part time on the weekends. This could lead to full time as we are a growing agency.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
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About LINC, Inc
Leading Into New Communities (LINC), Inc. is a non-profit organization established in Wilmington, NC, in June 2000. We are changing lives to change communities by assisting individuals in realizing their goals and creating bridges between justice involved individuals and valuable resources.
Pay: $11.00 – $11.50 per hour (negotiable based on experience)
COVID-19 considerations:
We have installed plastic barriers, hand sanitizer, masks, hand washing stations to keep our employees and residents safe. We also quarantine all new residents along with testing.