Directions and Map
The Lycoming-Clinton Joinder is comprised of two agencies: the Lycoming-Clinton Mental Health/Intellectual Disabilities Program, and the Lycoming Children and Youth Services. The MH/ID Program provides a variety of mental health and intellectual disabilities services to individuals from Lycoming and Clinton County; the LCYS Agency is mandated by the State to guarantee the health, safety, welfare, and social growth of children and youth in Lycoming County. Currently the Joinder employs over 180 full-time employees.
The Joinder’s MH/ID and LCYS Agencies will be staffed by civil service employees. In order for an individual to be considered for employment with either of these agencies, their name must appear on a “local government” Civil Service employment list for a classification that the Agency employs. An individual must be a resident from Lycoming or Clinton County to appear on the “local government” list for the Lycoming-Clinton MH/ID Program and a resident of Lycoming County to appear on the “local government” list for employment with the Lycoming Children and Youth Agency.
In addition to completing an application and meeting the qualifications
for the classification, in most instances, the applicant will need to
take a written test.
The following are some of the staff classifications currently used by the Joinder:Clerical, Fiscal, and MIS Services:
The positions that we most frequently fill are in the Houseparent and Caseworker series.
Information on the classifications listed above and civil service applications can be obtained via the State Civil Service Commissionís website at: http://www.scsc.state.pa.us.
You may also obtain this information by contacting the Joinder's HR Department at 570-323-6467.