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University Settlement and the Chinese-American Planning Council - Community Liaison/Coordinator (posted 6/30/15)

 

Supervisor: Director of Programs and Engagement

 

Overview: University Settlement and the Chinese-American Planning Council (CPC) are seeking a full-time Community Liaison/Coordinator to oversee and implement the community outreach, assessment and public education work of the East Harlem Community Partnership Program (CPP).  This position will technically be an employee of University Settlement, supervised by a University Settlement Program  Director; with guidance and additional supervision from an Advisory Committee.

 

Background:  The East Harlem Community Partnership Program Coalition has been formed in response to a Request for Proposal (RFP) by the New York City Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) and is designed to build a stronger safety net for at-risk children, youth and their caregivers in East Harlem Communities.  The Coalition is co-led by University Settlement (the fiscal agent), CPC, and an Advisory Committee.  This funding represents a unique opportunity for distinct communities throughout the city to influence ACS policies regarding linguistic and culturally sensitive services to minority constituents.  The goals are to strengthen families, and to connect families in the foster care system with resources when placement outside the home becomes necessary.

 

Job Responsibilities: 

General Program oversight:

 

Community Outreach: 

 

Public Education and Community Well Being Promotion:

 

Meeting Attendance and Record Keeping/Reporting:

 

Qualifications:

 

Hours:  35 hours per week, some evenings and Saturdays on as needed basis

Salary: $40-45K.  Excellent medical benefits.  

 

Application Instructions: Upload cover letter, and resume on ONE DOCUMENT using the link below:

https://home2.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=17810912

 

University Settlement is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

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University Settlement - Program Assistant (posted 6/30/15)

 

Location: Meltzer Senior Center

Supervisor: Program Director

 

Overview: University Settlement Neighborhood Center, serving Manhattan’s Lower East Side offers a robust menu of services to a diverse population of older adults aged 60 and older.  The multi-service program provides case assistance, meals, health and wellness activities, recreational and educational activities. 

 

Responsibilities:

 

Qualifications:

 

Salary:       $30,000 with generous benefit package

Hours:       35 hours per week

Contact:     https://home2.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=17868362

 

University Settlement is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

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The Door - AmeriCorps State and National (S/N) Parent Organizer (posted 6/30/15)

 

Supervisor: Supervisor of Academic Support Services

 

The Door is the lead community organization partner for Community School initiatives at Broome Street Academy and Ebbets Field Middle School. We help these schools support the social, emotional, physical, and academic needs of students by offering a coordinated approach to increasing opportunities for young people and improving the academic performance of students through partnerships among principals, parents, teachers and other community-based organizations.  This is a “whole child, whole community” approach, looking holistically at students, families and communities to ascertain their most pressing needs and decide which services will best address those needs.  

 Through the NYC Department of Education’s partnership with Operation AmeriCorps, we are hiring am AmeriCorps Parent Organizer to support each of these schools. This is an AmeriCorps State and National (S/N) position. Applicants can learn more about this AmeriCorps program here: http://www.nycservice.org/initiatives/index.php?bitinitiative_id=45

 

Responsibilities:

 

Qualifications 

 

Required Term of Services

NYCCSC State and National Members will begin service after attending a 3-day orientation (Late August-early September: Exact Dates TBD). Upon successful completion of orientation, members will serve September 2, 2015 - July 1, 2016).  

 

Compensation and Benefits

 

Subject to be fingerprinted by New York City Department of Education. 
 

Hours: Minimum of 35 hours per week, however all AmeriCorps staff follow organization policies and likely will serve an average of 40 hours per week, with increased hours at times.
Salary: Living allowance and benefits

Contact: https://home2.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=17848562

 

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The Door - Ebbets Field Academic Support Intern (unpaid) (posted 6/30/15)

 

Supervisor:  Supervisor of Academic Support Services

 

The Door is a multi-service youth development agency serving the needs of young people between the ages of 12 and 21.  The Door is partnered with Ebbets Field Middle School as part of the citywide Community Schools Initiative.  Through this partnership The Door will provide the students of Ebbets Field Middle School with academic support in the subject areas of English Language Arts and Math. 

 

 

Responsibilities:

 

 

Qualifications:

 

 

Hours and Commitment:

 

 

Compensation:

 

 

To Apply:

Do not call or send resumes via mail.  Qualified candidates will be invited for an interview. No telephone or email inquiries.  

 

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The Joseph S. Murphy Institute for Worker Education & Labor Studies - Mutiple Job Openings (posted 6/26/15)

 

Enrollment Manager

Closing Date: July 18, 2015

 

The Enrollment Manager will collaborate across the Institute and with outside partners to develop and implement innovative and effective student recruitment activities and strategies. S/he will coordinate all aspects of Institute-wide enrollment initiates including recommending and reviewing new student enrollment targets, working closely with the faculty and staff of the Urban Studies, Labor Studies and Worker Education programs to develop and implement program-specific recruiting and pre-admission activities, and reporting outcomes and recommending improvements. S/he will cultivate relationships with unions and employers, and liaise with the CUNY School of Professional Studies and other CUNY schools and programs, to enroll students in all Murphy Institute degree, certificate and non-credit programs. For more information, click here http://tinyurl.com/ouzn2bz.

 

 

Academic Program Specialist for Public Administration Certificate Programs

Closing Date: July 22, 2015 

 

The Murphy Institute at CUNY/SPS is looking for a team player to coordinate our Public Administration certificate program. Certificates in Public Administration are an important professional credential for those seeking to advance in public sector work. They are also a bridge for students who may have been out of school for a while and are looking to ease into a degree program. 

 

The Academic Program Specialist will work with the Urban Studies team to coordinate the academic and administrative aspects of the undergraduate and graduate Public Administration and Public Policy certificate programs, advise students, assist with retention and recruitment efforts, support program development and student service delivery, liaise with city agencies and labor unions around recruitment, and prepare reports for program management purposes. We are seeking a diverse pool of applicants who possess at least a BA, four years of relevant experience, and a commitment to equal access to a high quality education for all. For more information, click here http://bit.ly/1CoEXIy.

 

 

Enrollment Specialist /Labor Studies

Closing Date:  July 22, 2015

 

We seek a recruiter who will work on the Labor Studies team to plan, implement and track enrollment into the Labor Studies programs at the Murphy Institute, CUNY/SPS.  Programs range from Undergraduate and Graduate Certificate programs to Internships at local labor organizations to Master’s Degrees.  Candidates will have an understanding of the importance of Labor Education in building a stronger labor movement.  We are looking for someone with drive, with relationships, with a passion for relating with leaders and members from unions and worker organizations throughout New York City. We are seeking a diverse pool of applicants who possess at least a BA, three four years of relevant experience, and a commitment to worker rights and equal access to a high quality education for all. For more information, click here http://bit.ly/1CoF7zC.

 

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Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow- Youth Program Director (posted 6/24/15)

 

Full-Time

Brooklyn, NY

 

Leading workforce development agency with expertise working with both disconnected youth and adults, seeks a Youth Program Director to oversee contracts with blended funding (foundation & government).  This is a mid-level management position in a $7 million agency.  Prior staff supervisory experience and program management experience (preferably in workforce training and/or youth services) is required.  B.A. degree and six-years relevant work experience is also required.  Competitive salary and benefits.  Please send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to Janet Tsakos at jtsakos@obtjobs.org 

 

 

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Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow- Senior Director of Adult Services (posted 6/24/15)

 

Full-Time 

Brooklyn, NY

 

Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow is a 32 year old not-for-profit organization operating out of multiple locations that provides education, employment and training services to disadvantaged youth and adults.  The Senior Director of Adult Services will be responsible for overseeing Adult Education and Literacy (ESOL, ABE, HSE prep), Immigration and Adult Employment Services across multiple sites, and is a member of the Executive Leadership team.  The position is Brooklyn-based but travel will be required to other OBT locations.

 

Specific responsibilities include ensuring that all contractual requirements are met; supervising administrative and instructional staff; creating annual class schedules and coordinating sites; designing and implementing standardized curricula for all instructional areas; overseeing budgets; collaborating with other staff regarding budgets, recruitment, referrals; liaising with government and private funders; working closely with Employment and Retention staff to assure that quality placements are being made and retention goals are being met; assuring that all program data is being entered into internal and funder databases in a timely and accurate manner; oversight of the maintenance of one program facility; representing the agency and the CEO at all relevant meetings and serving on all external committees related to workforce development.

 

Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s degree preferred; must have ten years of relevant work experience with at least four years of management experience; must be flexible, capable of multi-tasking, organized, detail oriented and possess a well-rounded interpersonal skill set with the capacity to build strong relationships with a multi-disciplinary staff; must be comfortable working with numbers and managing data; prior workforce development experience is strongly preferred.  Only qualified candidates should send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to Randy Peers at rpeers@obtjobs.org 

 

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LaGuardia Community College’s Division of Adult & Continuing Education- Part time/ Full time Basic Computer Teachers

 

LaGuardia Community College’s Division of Adult & Continuing Education is seeking 2 PT computer instructors  to teach two full days per week or four mornings/four afternoons (morning class, 9:00 am- 12 noon, afternoon class 2:00 pm- 5:00 pm) OR one FT teacher  (4 full days, 9:00 am-5:00 pm) starting July 20 on Rikers island.

 

The classes are mixed ability level and students will be familiar with computers to differing degrees. There is rolling intake so much instruction will be individualized or in small groups. Classes comprise 12-16 students and the instructor is assisted by a tutor. Classes last 2 to 2 1/2 hours but teachers are paid 8 hours per day (FT) or 4 hours per day (PT) to cover travel time and security clearance.

 

Instructors need to be experienced teaching computers in mixed level classes, they should be flexible and nimble, with an interactive teaching style. For more information or to apply please email:

 

Jane MacKillop, Ph.D., Associate Dean: jmackillop@lagcc.cuny.edu

 

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Jericho Project- Senior Career Counselor (posted 6/23/15)

 

Position: Senior Career Counselor (Young Adults)

Location: Bronx, New York

Reports to: Assistant Director, Workforce Opportunities (WfO)

Hours: 40 hours; may include occasional evening and Saturday hours

 

Jericho Project was founded in 1983 on the belief that every homeless individual can make transformational change towards a better life.  Jericho is a growing and dynamic nonprofit supportive housing agency which is dedicated to recruiting and retaining highly qualified and motivated employees. 

 

Our mission is to end homelessness at its roots by creating a community that inspires individual change, fosters sustainable independence, and motivates men and women to reach their greatest potential.  Jericho provides supportive housing to formerly homeless and at-risk men and women through seven congregate supportive housing residences in Central Harlem and the Bronx and Supportive Apartment Program in the Bronx and several non-residential programs.

 

This Senior Career Counselor position is an opportunity to pioneer Jericho’s work with homeless and at risk young adults in a new program, dubbed Knowledge and Employment for Young Adults (KEYA).  This role will have two components:  First, provide employment services program for young adults (18-25 years old) that currently reside in supportive or transitional housing programs.  The Senior Career Counselor will provide direct services and referrals to help each participant achieve the highest possible level of employment and/or other meaningful activity.  The Senior Career Counselor will work closely with Jericho and other agencies’ staff to ensure that the tenants’ employment and educational goals support their housing stability and educational achievement. 

 

Secondly, the Senior Career Counselor will act as Jericho’s in-house expert on young adults’ needs.  In conjunction with the Chief Operating Officer, the Senior Career Counselor represent Jericho to external audiences as it relates to young adults housing and employment needs and generate ideas for future programming.

 

Duties Include:

 

Qualifications:

 

Compensation:

Salary is commensurate with experience.  Jericho Project offers a comprehensive benefits package including health insurance, dental insurance, retirement plan, and three weeks paid vacation.

 

How to Apply:

Interested applicants must submit a cover letter and with salary requirements to:

           

Human Resources Department

            Jericho Project

            Job Code:  SCC - KEYA

            245 W. 29th Street, Suite 902

            New York, NY 10001

            hr@jerichoproject.org

 

Jericho Project is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate in its hiring practices and, in order to build the strongest possible workforce, actively seeks a diverse applicant pool. www.jerichoproject.org

 

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Jericho Project- Employment Specialist (posted 6/23/15)

 

Position: Employment Specialist

Location: Bronx, New York

Reports to: Senior Employment Specialist, Workforce Opportunities

Hours: 40 hours

 

Jericho Project was founded in 1983 on the belief that every homeless individual can make transformational change towards a better life.  Jericho is a growing and dynamic nonprofit supportive housing agency which is dedicated to recruiting and retaining highly qualified and motivated employees. 

 

Our mission is to end homelessness at its roots by creating a community that inspires individual change, fosters sustainable independence, and motivates men and women to reach their greatest potential. Jericho provides almost 500 units of supportive housing to formerly homeless and at-risk men and women through five congregate supportive housing residences in Central Harlem and the Bronx; a supportive apartment program in the Bronx; and two supportive housing residences in the Bronx and a myriad of homelessness prevention programs throughout the five boroughs, including a homeless family intervention model.

 

Jericho Project is seeking an experienced and enthusiastic Employment Specialist (job developer) to join its Workforce Opportunities (WfO) Department and focus on placing homeless, formerly homeless, and low-income families and individuals in quality jobs. The Employment Specialist will work closely with the Career Counselors to ensure develop job opportunities that meet the participants’ employment goals and supports their housing stability.

 

Duties Include:

 

Qualifications:

 

 

Compensation:

Salary is commensurate with experience.  Jericho Project offers a comprehensive benefits package including health insurance, dental insurance, retirement plan, and four weeks paid vacation.

 

How to Apply:

Interested applicants must submit a cover letter and with salary requirements to:

           

Human Resources Department

            Jericho Project

            Job Code:  Employment Specialist

            245 W. 29th Street, Suite 902

            New York, NY 10001

            Fax 646.624.2301

            hr@jerichoproject.org

 

No Phone Calls Please.

           

 

Jericho Project is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate in its hiring practices and, in order to build the strongest possible workforce, actively seeks a diverse applicant pool. www.jerichoproject.org

 

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NYC Center for Youth Employment - Director of Employer Engagement (posted 6/15/15)

 

The Center for Youth Employment works with New York City employers, government agencies, service providers and the philanthropic community to support young New York City residents on pathways to economic self-sufficiency via education and careers with upward mobility.  Supported by the Mayor’s Fund to Advance NYC and sitting within the Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development, the Center aims to better coordinate existing efforts, expand current successful programs, create new programs to fill current gaps in the service infrastructure, and develop support systems to improve postsecondary educational and career readiness for all young New Yorkers.

 

Among the most important functions of the Center will be to manage and maintain strong relationships with employers. Given the focus of the Center, employers are vital partners as hosts of job and internship placements; supporters of job shadowing, project learning and related work experiences; providers of mentors and other supportive adults; and financial backers.  The Director of Employer Engagement will both support and expand existing employer relationships of New York City agencies with workforce responsibilities, and help develop new ones. In partnership with the agencies and the Center’s Executive Director, the Director will be responsible for creating and articulating a menu of options for prospective partners that align with the Center’s programmatic priorities: summer and year-round employment, support for career and technical education high schools and programs, and career counseling and advisement. Her/his specific responsibilities will include:

 

 

The Director of Employer Engagement will report to the Executive Director of the Center for Youth Employment. The role is full-time with some flexibility for hours and location, though the Director primarily will work from CYE’s office at 253 Broadway in Manhattan. S/he will demonstrate passion and commitment to creating and nurturing strategic partnerships and connections between employers, city agencies, community-based organizations, and the philanthropic field to increase career readiness opportunity, and equity for all youth and young adult New Yorkers.

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS AND/OR SKILLS:

 

 

Please send a cover letter, resume and writing sample to fund@cityhall.nyc.gov with the subject heading “Director of Employer Engagement”. No phone calls please. Salary is commensurate with background and experience. The Mayor’s Fund to Advance NYC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

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NYC Center for Youth Employment - Director of Partnerships (posted 6/15/15)

 

 

The Center for Youth Employment works with New York City employers, government agencies, service providers and the philanthropic community to support young New York City residents on pathways to economic self-sufficiency via education and careers with upward mobility.  Supported by the Mayor’s Fund to Advance NYC and sitting within the Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development, the Center aims to better coordinate existing efforts, expand current successful programs, create new programs to fill current gaps in the service infrastructure, and develop support systems to improve postsecondary educational and career readiness for all young New Yorkers.

 

Ensuring success will require a strategy of impact through powerful ideas and effective collaborations. The Director of Partnerships will manage and support those collaborations, with New York City government agencies, educational institutions, service provider organizations and intermediaries, and working with the Executive Director and Director of Employer Engagement to support private sector relationships.  S/he will serve as the primary point of contact for current and prospective partners in pursuit of the Center’s programmatic goals. Specific responsibilities will include:

 

 

The Director of Partnerships will report to the Executive Director of the Center for Youth Employment. The role is full-time with some flexibility for hours and location, though the Director primarily will work from CYE’s office at 253 Broadway in Manhattan. S/he will demonstrate passion and commitment to creating and nurturing effective collaborations between city agencies, service provider organizations, and other stakeholders to increase career readiness, opportunity, and equity for all youth and young adult New Yorkers.

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS AND/OR SKILLS:

 

 

Please send a cover letter, resume and writing sample to fund@cityhall.nyc.gov with the subject heading “Director of Partnerships”. No phone calls please. Salary is commensurate with background and experience. The Mayor’s Fund to Advance NYC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

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Grace Institute- Employment Specialist (posted 6/1/15)

 

Full Time

 

Grace Institute is looking for an Employment Specialist who will provide job search and employment services to graduates so that they can secure full time employment opportunities. The ES will be the liaison between employer partners and job candidates. The ES works closely with Grace graduates to vet skill sets and refer candidates to appropriate employment opportunities. He/she will conduct research and outreach to potential employer partners to engage them to hire from Grace’s talent pool. The ES will manage employer relationships and ensure their hiring needs are met. The ES is expected to become an industry expert through the use of labor market data and employer engagement. Comfort working in a goal driven environment is essential. Interested candidates are encouraged to submit a resume and cover letter to acampbell@graceinstitute.org.

 

 

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Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow - Senior Director of Adult Services (posted 6/1/15)

 

Full-Time

Brooklyn, NY

 

Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow is a 32 year old not-for-profit organization operating out of multiple locations that provides education, employment and training services to disadvantaged youth and adults.  The Senior Director of Adult Services will be responsible for overseeing three key organizational departments for our adult programming – Adult Literacy, Immigration and Adult Employment Services across multiple sites.  The position is Brooklyn-based but travel will be required to other OBT locations.

 

Specific responsibilities include ensuring that all contractual requirements are met; supervising administrative and instructional staff; creating annual class schedules and coordinating sites; designing and implementing standardized curricula for all instructional areas; overseeing budgets; collaborating with other staff regarding budgets, recruitment, referrals; liaising with government and private funders; working closely with Employment and Retention staff to assure that quality placements are being made and retention goals are being met; assuring that all program data is being entered into internal and funder databases in a timely and accurate manner; oversight of the maintenance of one program facility; representing the agency and the CEO at all relevant meetings and serving on all external committees related to workforce development.

 

Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s degree preferred; must have ten years of relevant work experience with at least four years of management experience; must be flexible, capable of multi-tasking, organized, detail oriented and possess a well-rounded interpersonal skill set with the capacity to build strong relationships with a multi-disciplinary staff; must be comfortable working with numbers and managing data; prior workforce development experience is strongly preferred.  Only qualified candidates should send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to Annie Norbeck at anorbeck@obtjobs.org

 

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Henry Street Settlement - Pre-HSE (GED) Instructor (posted 5/29/15)

 

Start Date: As soon as possible

Hours: Part time (20 hours per week; evenings)

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Start Date: July 1, 2015

 

Program Overview:  Our HSE Prep classes are a part of Henry Street Settlement’s Education and Employment Services, a $10M division providing a continuum of services from early childhood education through adult workforce programs designed to assist individuals in obtaining the skills necessary for lifetime self-sufficiency. HSE Prep classes will offer low-level job seekers opportunities to work towards earning their High School Equivalency. The HSE instructor will TABE prospective students, lead classes, instruct students in all subjects included on the TASC, develop curriculum and materials, design lessons, maintain a successful learning environment, collaborate with program staff and maintain program data/complete data entry as required by program and funding sources. 

 

Qualifications:

 

Responsibilities:

 

To Apply: E-mail resume to jobs@henrystreet.org. Please indicate "Pre-HSE (GED) Instructor" in the subject line.

Due to the high volume of applicants, only qualified candidates will be contacted.

Henry Street Settlement is an equal opportunity employer/program.

 

 

 

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Henry Street Settlement - Jobs Plus Program Director (posted 5/29/15)

 

Start Date: As soon as possible

Hours: Full time

Salary: Commensurate with experience

 

Program Overview:  

Jobs Plus is a part of Henry Street Settlement’s Education and Employment Services, a $10M division providing a continuum of services from early childhood education through adult workforce programs designed to assist individuals in obtaining the skills necessary for lifetime self-sufficiency. Jobs Plus is a placed based workforce development program designed to assist NYCHA residents in developing skills and finding viable employment. Once employed, the Jobs Plus team continues to work with participants to maintain employment and build careers. In addition to job search and placement assistance, Jos Plus offers a range of supportive wrap-around services including but not limited to financial counseling, education and skills building and community development. The Jobs Plus Program Director provides thought leadership and hands-on support to a team which includes an assistant director, employment coordinators, a social worker and support staff in order to meet the employment and career advancement needs of the diverse population we serve. 

 

Qualifications:

 

Responsibilities:

 

Apply To: Please send resume and cover letter tojobs@henrystreet.org. Indicate "Jobs Plus Program Director" in subject of e-mail.

Due to the high volume of applicants, only qualified candidates will be contacted.

 

Henry Street Settlement is an equal opportunity employer/program.

 

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Henry Street Settlement - Handyperson/Painter (posted 5/26/15)

 

Start Date: As soon as possible

Hours: Full time

Salary: Commensurate with experience

 

Program Overview: 

Founded in 1972, the Urban Family Center was the country's first apartment-style temporary shelter with on-site social services for homeless families with children. Funded by the New York City Department of Homeless Services and located in a six-story walk-up building on Manhattan's Lower East Side, the Center houses eighty-two homeless families in separate apartments, and provides them access to a comprehensive array of social services.

 

Qualifications:

 

Responsibilities:

 

Apply To: Please send resume and cover letter to jobs@henrystreet.org.

Indicate "Painter/Handyperson" in subject of e-mail. Due to the high volume of applicants, only qualified candidates will be contacted.

Henry Street Settlement is an equal opportunity employer/program.

 

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Union Settlement House - Director of Adult Education (posted 5/26/15)

 

Union Settlement Association is an on-the-ground resource for East Harlem residents of all ages, and a passionate advocate for the needs of underserved communities. Since opening our doors in 1895, we have brought education, wellness and community-building programs to our neighborhood, empowering New Yorkers with opportunities to better their lives. More than 350 staff work in our organization, and our services impact 10,000 people every year. By helping our neighbors realize their goals, we build the vitality and success of East Harlem. For more information about Union Settlement, please visit our website at www.unionsettlement.org

 

Position Summary: The Director of Adult Education is responsible for managing all the education programming Union Settlement offers adults, including, but not limited to HSE, ESOL, and citizenship classes. Responsibilities include curriculum development, course evaluation and scheduling, budget preparation, fiscal management, supervision and staff development, record keeping, and reporting to funding agencies. The Director is a member of the agency’s senior management team and serves as a strategic partner in planning and implementing the future vision for the agency. The Director must be both a hands-on worker and an excellent manager, supervising a staff of approximately 5 individuals. 

 

Responsibilities: 

 

Qualifications:

The ideal Director of Adult Education candidate will have the following qualifications: 

 

To Apply: Please send cover letter, resume, writing sample, salary requirements, and contact information for at least three professional references to: hr@unionsettlement.org. Please indicate Director of Adult Education in the subject of e-mail. 

 

UNION SETTLEMENT ASSOCIATION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 

 

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PerScholas - Various positions (posted 5/15/15)

 

Financial Coach

http://perscholas.org/financial-coach-new-york/

 

Career Coach

http://perscholas.org/career-coach-new-york/

 

Young Adult Case Manager

http://perscholas.org/young-adult-case-manager-new-york/

 

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The HOPE Program - Director of Employment & Graduate Services (posted 5/14/15)

 

Background:

HOPE has a 30 year track record of successfully transforming lives by empowering New Yorkers living in poverty to achieve economic self-sufficiency through employment and advancement.  HOPE is an outcomes-focused organization.  Our student-centered approach, employer-driven training, wide range of support services, and commitment to lifelong support yield strong results, notably a job placement rate of 72% and retention rates of 91% at 90 days and 74% at one-year.  At HOPE we are focused on expanding our impact and positioning ourselves for growth while continuing to enhance the quality of our services and build upon our successful outcomes.

 

The Position:

HOPE is seeking a skilled supervisor with the demonstrated ability to manage people and outcomes with equal ease and poise, along with proven employment networking skills and experience with job development.  This position reports to the Executive Director and will be a key member of the senior leadership team. It requires a Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of six years’ progressive experience supervising professional staff in a human service setting and working with a high-need population. This position is a great opportunity for a results-driven, strategic senior leader who is enthusiastic about being part of a high-impact, growing organization. The position also requires strong computer and writing skills.

 

Essential Functions:

 

 

Salary/Benefits: Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. HOPE provides a full package of benefits including: healthcare and dental insurance; retirement plan; competitive vacation (plus 1/2 day Fridays during summer which is equal to 7.5 additional vacation days); personal and bonus days; and 12 paid holidays. 

 

Interested Candidates:

Email cover letter, indicating where you saw listing, and resume to hr@thehopeprogram.org. Resumes unaccompanied by a cover letter will not be reviewed. No telephone calls, please.

 

 

The HOPE Program is an equal opportunity employer.  

 

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LaGuardia Community College - Program Manager for  Pre-College Academic Programs (Academic Program Manager)

 

Job ID: 12800

Full/Part Time: Full-Time

Regular/Temporary: Regular

 

GENERAL DUTIES

Manages curriculum development and operations of a College's specialized academic program under the direction of a senior administrator. 

- Implements and monitors a comprehensive academic program development plan; makes recommendations to improve department policies and procedures 
- Assists Director with outcome assessment and strategic planning to further develop program offerings
- Prepares analytical and statistical reports for management 
- Serves as resource expert regarding program policies and procedures 
- May manage professional and/or clerical staff 
- May act on behalf of Director in his/her absence 
- Performs related duties as assigned. 

CAMPUS SPECIFIC INFORMATION

Under the supervision of the Executive Director of the Pre-College Academic Programming Department (PCAP), The Program Manager,  will assist the Executive Director in managing a diverse portfolio of innovative, high performing career pathway, college access and success programs for nontraditional adults and disconnected youth.  The successful candidate will be a visionary and experienced educator with excellent managerial, analytic, communication and project management skills.   

Specifically the Programs Manager will be responsible for: 
- Managing a growing number of comprehensive pre-college instructional and college readiness programs including Bridge to College and Careers, NYBEST Integrated Training and college transitions programs; 
- Assisting in the hiring and supervision of approximately 10 program staff;  
- Overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Department and administrative functions including setting  project goals, establishing program calendar, establishing project timelines, assigning responsibilities, supervising workflow and deliverables; 
- Tracking and reporting student and program outcomes to multiple stakeholders;
- Ensure that program enrollment, retention and transition targets are met each term;
- Set standards for and ensure the quality of Departmental communications (print, web-based, oral) with students, stakeholders and professional colleagues; 
- Liaison with campus offices to establish protocol and communication for ACE student college admissions, Early Alert and registration procedures; 
- Implement data collection, entry, reporting and auditing procedures; 
- Manage  targeted communications for PCAP students, stakeholders and staff using social media, email, texting, print and other formats; 
- Represent and assist the Executive Director at public events including: presenting at professional conferences, interfacing with public and private organizations, developing reports and brochures for distribution, and attending campus committee meetings and events as assigned.

LaGuardia Community College located in Long Island City, Queens, was founded in 1971 as a bold experiment in opening the doors of higher education to all, and we proudly carry forward that legacy today. LaGuardia educates students through over 50 degree, certificate and continuing education programs, providing an inspiring place for students to achieve their dreams. Upon graduation, LaGuardia students' lives are transformed as family income increases by 17%, and students transfer to four-year colleges at three times the national average. Part of the City University of New York (CUNY), LaGuardia is a nationally recognized leader among community colleges for boundary-breaking success educating under-served students. At LaGuardia, we imagine new ideas, create new curricula and pioneer programs to make our community and our country stronger. Visit www.laguardia.edu to learn more.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor's Degree and six years' relevant experience required.

 

OTHER QUALIFICATIONS

 

COMPENSATION

Commensurate with education and experience.

 

BENEFITS

CUNY offers a comprehensive benefits package to employees and eligible dependents based on job title and classification. Employees are also offered pension and Tax-Deferred Savings Plans.  Part-time employees must meet a weekly or semester work hour criteria to be eligible for health benefits. Health benefits are also extended to retirees who meet the eligibility criteria.

 

HOW TO APPLY

To apply, go to www.cuny.edu, access the employment page, log in or create a new user account, and search for this vacancy using the Job ID or Title.  Select "Apply Now" and provide the requested information.

Please attach a cover letter, resume, and the contact information for three professional references as one document in rtf, doc or pdf format.

 

CLOSING DATE

06/07/2015

 

JOB SEARCH CATEGORY

CUNY Job Posting: Managerial/Professional

 

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

We are committed to enhancing our diverse academic community by actively encouraging people with disabilities, minorities, veterans, and women to apply.  We take pride in our pluralistic community and continue to seek excellence through diversity and inclusion. EO/AA Employer.

 

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The Door - Job Placement Specialist – Bronx Youth Center (posted 5/7/15)

 

Supervisor: Supervisor of Internship and Job Placements 

 

Overview:  The goal of The Door’s Career and Education Services Department is to support young people in completing secondary education and successfully transitioning into post-secondary education and employment.  Programs within the Career and Education Services Department (CareerED) are designed to help both in-school and out-of-school youth to set and attain their educational and career goals.  CareerED services allow a young person to craft a personalized life plan defining the steps he/she will take to achieve those goals while developing the necessary skills for future life success and independence.  The Door’s Bronx Youth Center aims to prepare out-of-school and out-of-work young people for meaningful placements in college and/or employment through the provision of comprehensive education and career services, which develop potential for economic self-sufficiency. The Job Placement Specialist will develop and maintain relationships with employers with hiring needs suited to young adult job seekers and work with these job seekers to obtain employment.   

 

Responsibilities: 

 

Qualifications:

 

Hours:                  Monday through Friday, 35 hours per week, occasional evening and weekend hours as needed

 

Salary:                  Mid 40s

 

Contact:               https://home2.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=17137362

 

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CASES - Training and Placement Coordinator (posted 5/5/15)

 

Reports to: Director of Youth Employment Services

Overview: The Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services

 

CASES' youth programs aim to help New York City's justice-involved young people, ranging in age from 13-24, to lead productive, crime-free lives. Our approach is distinguished by individualized case management, evidence-based programming, and group activities that build positive peer associations. For many, this is the first time in their lives that they are participating in activities that help them set personal goals and develop

the skills they need to reach them.

 

The Intellectual and Career Development unit strives to integrate education and training with employment. We offer services that emphasize the need for continued training and learning regardless of the industry or career field. This role will work with the ICD team to ensure services are provided to youth in our programs. This position will split time between out Downtown Brooklyn office and our Harlem office.

 

Responsibilities:

• Initiate and maintain ongoing contacts with a variety of business and industry representatives and job placement/training agencies to promote programs for participant placement;

• Collect data from employers related to job openings including job requirements and skills and use this data to prepare applicants;

• Instruct participants in resume writing, job search and interviewing techniques;

• Facilitate workshops for on-site credentialing opportunities;

• Create relevant and appropriate curricula for job-readiness workshops;

• Collaborate with service team that includes case coordinators, teachers, social workers and other staff to establish an appropriate employment plan

• Be informed of best practices and standards in the fields of workforce development, including labor-market trends;

• Attend networking events and share information with the team;

• Coordinate career fairs quarterly;

• Maintain contact with participants to ensure support and guidance with job/training program retention;

• Administer the TASC exam for CASES Youth Programs, and;

• Collaborate with the SYEP team

 

Qualifications:

• Minimum of BA/BS degree or equivalent experience;

• Demonstrated ability to engage, teach, and motivate youth;

• Ability to work effectively with diverse group of staff, clients, and external partners;

• Excellent verbal and written communication skills;

• Comfortable networking in the public and private sector;

• Comfortable traveling throughout the 5-bouroughs, and;

• Ability to pass written and computer assessments

 

Salary: $40,000

 

How to Apply: E-mail cover letter and resume with salary history and requirements in PDF or Word format to casesjobs@cases.org. Please list the title of the position you are applying for in the subject line. No phone calls please. Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.

 

CASES is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment with CASES is based solely on

qualifications and competence for a particular position, without regard to race, color, ethnic or national

origin, age, religion, creed, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or marital, military, or citizenship status.

We also actively recruit individuals with prior involvement in the criminal justice system.

 

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Phipps Neighborhoods -  Career Navigator (posted 5/5/15)

 

Reports to: Jennifer Tausig, Program Director for Career Network

Location: Bronx

Program Name: Phipps Neighborhoods Career Network: Healthcare

 

About Phipps Neighborhoods:

Phipps Neighborhoods is a multi-service nonprofit, established in 1972, providing a comprehensive network of educational, work-readiness and community development programs to more than 10,000 children, teens and adults each year in targeted communities across the Bronx and Manhattan. These programs include: Head Start and Early Head Start, after-school, summer camp, literacy and ESOL, pre- HSE, college prep, work readiness, resident support, and adult/family programs.

 

Program:

Phipps Neighborhoods, in collaboration with Hostos Community College and Montefiore Medical Center, runs a Career Network Program for young people ages 18 to 26 to begin careers in the allied health services sector. Working closely with Hostos to develop the academic, classroom-based preparation required, coupled with hands-on internships and experiential learning at Montefiore Medical Center, Phipps Neighborhoods supports young people in exploring and identifying health care professions that would otherwise be inaccessible to them. Hostos Community College built an Introduction to Health Careers seminar to expose young people to various employment opportunities in the field. Montefiore Medical Center will provide career develop and exploration and an externship opportunity that is tailored to the specific needs of out of school youth so as to create a clear pathway to employment.

 

Position Overview:

The Career Navigator will be responsible for preparing our Career Network participants to acquire and sustain a career-oriented job. This person will cultivate new employment opportunities for young adults, facilitate interview preparation workshops, revise resumes and cover letters and create career plans with each student. The Career Navigator will work as part of an interdisciplinary team to ensure that students are matched to appropriate job opportunities. He or she will:

 

 

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

Salary: Commensurate with experience. Competitive benefits package.

 

To Apply:  Please forward your resume and cover letter in one document outlining your skills and experience to healthcareers@phippsny.org with subject line “Career Navigator.”

 

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Seedco - Multiple Positions (posted 4/28/15)

 

1. Director of Program Development

 

Location: NYC

 

Reporting to the SVP for Development and External Affairs, the Director of Program Development oversees and manages the identification of opportunities, the development of program concepts, and the preparation of Federal, State and other government, and private, grant applications, funder reports and renewals. The Director of Program Development plays a vital role in ensuring the growth and sustainability of Seedco programs.

 

Primary Job Functions:

 

Supervisory Reports: 

Grant Writer/Program Associate, Quality Improvement & Grants Planning Manager, and Development Coordinator     

Total staff: 3 in-house; multiple consultants and project managers

 

Interacts with:

Staff from Programs, Fiscal, and Legal.

 

Education and Related Work Experience:

 

Knowledge, skills and abilities:

 

Disclaimer:

The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the employee in this position.  These statements are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of a person in this position.

Seedco is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Criminal background check required.

 

How to Apply:

Interested applicants should send their resume and a brief cover letter with salary requirements to:  jobopenings15-003@seedco.org with the subject line “Director of Program Development Ref#15-003″. Due to the large volume of applications we receive, we are unable to personally acknowledge the receipt and status of each one. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

2.  Part-Time Earn Benefits Specialist

 

Location: Baltimore

 

The part-time EarnBenefits Specialist connects long-term unemployed individuals and their families to a wide range of income-enhancing benefits that have a proven impact on maintaining employment and helping families build assets. The Specialist will help coordinate and deliver EarnBenefits services at workforce centers throughout the Baltimore Metro Area, including Baltimore City and Baltimore County.  Travel to Harford and Cecil Counties will also be necessary from time to time.

 

EarnBenefits is a comprehensive approach to providing low-wage workers and their families with the resources needed to achieve continuous employment, make ends meet and build assets.  EarnBenefits activities include educating individuals, community groups, small businesses, and others about the public and private benefits available to people in need. 

 

Primary Job Functions:

 

Qualifications:

Other Special Considerations:

 

This job is performed under general office conditions, and is not subject to any strenuous physical demands or dangerous conditions. 

 

Disclaimer:

The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the employee in this position.  These statements are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of a person in this position.

Seedco is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Criminal background check required.

 

How to Apply:

Interested applicants should send their resume and a brief cover letter with salary requirements to:  jobopenings14-025@seedco.org with the subject line “PT EB Specialist Ref#14-025″. Due to the large volume of applications we receive, we are unable to personally acknowledge the receipt and status of each one. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

3. AmeriCorps Member

 

Location: NYC Headquarters

 

Seedco is a national nonprofit intermediary that advances economic opportunity for people, businesses, and communities in need. Seedco is recruiting for members to serve a full-time, 12 month term (March 2015 – March 2016) at one of its community-based organization (CBO) partner sites throughout New York City. Seedco’s dedicated AmeriCorps members are critical to the success of our work and family supports programs, which help low-income families meet their basic needs and improve their economic security. 

 

AmeriCorps members participating in Seedco’s program will deliver employment post-placement services to workforce development clients at local community-based organizations in the Bronx, Brooklyn and Manhattan. Members will perform activities that support career case management, job retention, career advancement, and financial literacy for workforce development participants. These activities include: collecting employment documents, assisting clients to create employment plans, assisting clients with budgets and accessing credit reports, assisting clients with resumes and cover letters in support of gaining employment, answering job related questions and proving clients feedback with the goal of maintaining employment.

 

By focusing on these activities, Seedco’s AmeriCorps members will play a vital role in improving the long-term employment outcomes and economic stability for economically disadvantaged clients, while simultaneously achieving and recognizing concrete impacts from their work. Each identified activity provides services at the partner organization that would, due to limited funding for post-placement services, otherwise be unavailable. Populations serviced are diverse, low income New York City residents, in need.

 

In addition, Seedco’s AmeriCorps members will provide more intensive service delivery to clients seeking employment and employed  clients,  than is often possible for staff caseworkers. In this way, Seedco’s AmeriCorps program allows its partners to effect community change significantly.

For more information, please visit: seedco.org | ebo.earnbenefits.org | nationalservice.gov/programs/Americorps

 

Primary Job Functions of AmeriCorps members:

 

Seedco’s AmeriCorps members will perform the following activities:

1. Career case management services including retention services, addressing barriers to success and advancement in the work world , and documenting  employment and retention milestones.

This will include: a) Conducting follow-up calls and meetings with employed program participants to discuss employment successes, review goals and career plans, and provide recommendations for addressing challenges; b) Meeting regularly with clients to identify and facilitate wraparound services and referrals, such as legal services and benefits enrollment support; c) Collecting documentation such as paystubs and employer verification to document achievements and program specific success for each client’s file.

 

2. Assisting with job placement services, primarily replacement jobs and advancement opportunities.

This will include: a) Working with clients to create and edit employment and career development plans; b) Following up on employment opportunities for program participants who need replacement jobs and advancement opportunities; c) Working with clients to update resumes to reflect skills and recent employment experiences; d) Providing one-on-one assistance with cover letters and interview prep; and e) Assisting in trainings for industry-specific job readiness and job readiness skills and workshops.

 

3. Financial literacy and education including benefits screening where applicable.

This will include: a) Working with clients to identify their financial obligations and resources; b) Helping clients create budgets and use budget planning tools; c) Providing clients with linkages to support services that support their move towards financial independence, such as banks with no fee accounts and free tax services; and d) Assisting staff in the delivery of financial literacy workshops.

 

4. Additional work and family support services such as benefits outreach and enrollment.

This will include: a) Screening clients for health insurance, SNAP, and other public benefits programs, to support the provision of wraparound services that help client move towards financial stability; and b) Recruiting and mobilizing volunteer staff to conduct outreach to potential clients and provide other services.

 

Qualifications:

 

Other Considerations:

This is a 12 month, full-time position. Members receive a $15,500 living allowance (stipend) plus benefits, including health coverage, a monthly Metro card, student loan forbearance during service, an end-of-service Educational Award of $5,500, and child care assistance (if eligible).

 

According to federal guidelines of the AmeriCorps program, candidates must be a U.S. citizen, U.S. national or a lawful permanent resident alien of the United States

 

Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to Americorpsjobs@seedco.org.

 

Disclaimer:

The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the employee in this position.  These statements are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of a person in this position.

 

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The Door - Front Desk Security (posted 4/28/15)

 

Supervisor:  Director of Facilities

 

Overview: The Door’s mission is to empower young people ages 12-21 to reach their potential by providing accessible, comprehensive youth development services – health care, counseling, education, legal services, the arts and recreation – in a diverse and supportive environment.

 

The primary responsibilities of the Front Desk Security are: To welcome members and visitors;  control access to The Door; direct people to their desired destinations; under supervision and with discretion respond to unusual circumstances and provide emergency aid when needed; observe and detect violations of Door rules and policies for entry.

 

Responsibilities:

 

Qualifications:

 

Hours: 35 hours a week. Evening hours required.

Salary:            Low 30s

 

Contact:          Submit cover letter and resume using the link : https://home2.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=14612522

 

(No phone calls please)

 

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Henry Street Settlement - Clinical Resource Coordinator, Jobs Plus (posted 4/28/15)

 

Hours: Full time

Salary: Commensurate with experience

 

Program Overview: Jobs Plus provides community members with opportunities to improve skills and build confidence to secure employment. Our program provides the tools and resources needed to begin and complete a successful job search. Even after a job is secured, we continue to work with clients, offering alumni activities to help with career advancement. This position will assist Jobs Plus job seekers in removing barriers that hinder their ability to find and keep jobs.

 

Qualifications:

 

 

Responsibilities:

 

Apply To: Please send resume and cover letter to jobs@henrystreet.org. Indicate "Clinical Resource Coordinator" in subject of e-mail.

Due to the high volume of applicants, only qualified candidates will be contacted.

Henry Street Settlement is an equal opportunity employer/program.

 

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University Settlement - Senior Group Leader/Summer (posted 4/27/15)

 

Position:               Senior Group Leader/Summer SEASONAL POSITION

Supervisor:          Director

                                             

Overview: University Settlement, established in 1886 on the Lower East Side, owns and operates the 42,000 square-foot Houston Street Center in a unique partnership with the Chinatown YMCA.  The Senior Group Leader is responsible for oversight of the Junior STRIDE summer camp for children age 8-10 and August Adventure summer camp for youth in grades 6-8 (during the month of Aug.). The Senior Group Leader will develop and implement grade-/skill-specific dynamic curricula for our summer programs, manage day-to-day operations of summer camps as well as work hands-on with campers. The Senior Group Leader will have oversight of all campers, Group Leaders, interns and volunteers.

 

Responsibilities:

 

Qualifications:

 

Hours:  37.5 hours per week; Mondays-Fridays

Employment Period: June 22nd –through Aug. 21st

Rate:  $17.00 per hour

 

To apply: https://home2.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=13509832

 

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University Settlement - Group Leader/Summer (posted 4/27/15)

 

Position:                Group Leader/Summer SEASONAL POSITION

Supervisor:          Director

                                             

Overview: University Settlement, established in 1886 on the Lower East Side, owns and operates the 42,000 square-foot Houston Street Center in a unique partnership with the Chinatown YMCA.  The Group Leader is responsible for developing and implementing grade-/skill-specific dynamic curricula in either basketball/recreational sports, leadership, the arts, or clubs, and academic enrichment (English Language Arts or Math) for our summer program serving youth in grades 6-8 and children age 8-11.  The Group Leader is also responsible for engaging and supervising youth, implementing summer program policies and procedures, and supporting the daily operations of the summer camp program.

 

Responsibilities:

 

Qualifications:

 

Hours:  35 hours per week; Mondays-Fridays

Employment Period: June 22nd –Aug. 21st

Rate:  $14.00 per hour

 

To apply: https://home2.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=17001392

No telephone inquiries.  

 

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Union Settlement - Assistant Cook (posted 4/27/15)

 

Position:         Assistant Cook

Supervisor:    Program Director

 

Overview: Park Slope North Child Development Center, located at 71 Lincoln Place, in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn serves children from ages 2 to 5 years old.  The center serves children from a diverse population of families.  It is the ongoing mission of the Park Slope North Child Development Center to support children’s development by appreciating individual differences, by helping them to live, learn and work cooperatively and by promoting their self-esteem as members of their families as well as our child care community. Our goal is to provide a comprehensive path to quality of knowledge, with safe, nurturing, educationally and culturally sensitive childcare.

Responsibilities:

 

Qualifications:

 

Hours:    35 hours per week

Contact: https://home2.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=13325522

 

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Year Up NY - Various open positions (posted 4/21/15)

 

Open positions:

 

Academic Director

For information and to apply - http://bit.ly/1JnJSgF

 

Director of Admissions

For information and to apply - http://bit.ly/1K09lxu

 

Associate Director of Development

For information and to apply - http://bit.ly/1H9Ylzd

 

Student Services Manager

For information and to apply - http://bit.ly/1HoSdSe

 

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CUNY Early College Initiative (ECI) - Corporate Recruitment and Relationships Manager (posted 4/21/15)

 

The Early College Initiative at The City University of New York (CUNY) supports seventeen new public schools in New York City that begin in the 6th or 9th grade, serve approximately 500-650 students each, and blend a rigorous college-prep curriculum with the opportunity to earn up to two years of college credit while in high school. The main goal of these schools is to provide students with the confidence and skills necessary to graduate from both high school and college.

 

General Description

Several schools in the Early College Initiative network aim to provide students with significant work-related experiences in addition to their high school and college coursework.  These P-TECH 9-14 schools have strong partnerships with leading employers (e.g., IBM, Microsoft, New York Presbyterian Hospital) that play a variety of roles within the schools, including, planning curriculum, mentoring to students and staff, hosting interns and participating in school steering committees. In order to provide more and varied student opportunities, the Early College Initiative aims to strengthen existing employer partnerships and cultivate new relationships.

 

The Corporate Recruitment and Relationships Manager will engage existing and potential employer partners to expand and deepen the P-TECH schools’ employer network. Through outreach to NYC-based companies and non-profits, the Corporate Recruitment and Relationships Manager will market existing programs such as mentoring and internships and assess new opportunities for engagement based on employer interest and demand. This new staff member will develop recruitment materials and broker scalable partnerships with major local employers that benefit our students and graduates. The Corporate Recruitment and Relationships Manager will convene groups such as industry-specific advisory boards and HR managers to learn more about the P-TECH schools and leverage their expertise and resources. The Corporate Recruitment and Relationships Manager will need to work well with managers from the technology, health care, engineering/architecture/construction, and advertising/media industries, high school teachers and administrators, and college faculty. 

 

Responsibilities

Projects and tasks will vary, but may include the following:

 

Core Competencies/Qualifications:

               - Experience in two or more priority sectors preferred: IT, health care, engineering

               - Significant experience in sales, HR recruitment, job development, or the equivalent;

 

How to Apply:

 

If interested in the Corporate Recruitment and Relationships Manager role, please send a resume and brief cover letter outlining your experience and interest in a position with CUNY ECI. Please send to eci@mail.cuny.edu and indicate ‘Corporate Recruitment and Relationships Manager’ in the subject line. 

 

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University Settlement - Assistant Cook (posted 4/21/15)

 

Supervisor:    Program Director

Location: Park Slope North

 

Overview: Park Slope North Child Development Center, located at 71 Lincoln Place, in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn serves children from ages 2 to 5 years old.  The center serves children from a diverse population of families.  It is the ongoing mission of the Park Slope North Child Development Center to support children’s development by appreciating individual differences, by helping them to live, learn and work cooperatively and by promoting their self-esteem as members of their families as well as our child care community. Our goal is to provide a comprehensive path to quality of knowledge, with safe, nurturing, educationally and culturally sensitive childcare.

 

Responsibilities:

 

Qualifications:

 

Hours:             35 hours per week

Contact: https://home2.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=13325522

 

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Jericho Project - Case Manager (posted 4/20/15)

 

Jericho Project was founded in 1983 on the belief that every homeless individual can make transformational change towards a better life. Jericho is a growing and dynamic nonprofit supportive housing agency which is dedicated to recruiting and retaining highly qualified and motivated employees.

 

The Case Manger will provide case management and service coordination for a newly constructed 56-unit supportive housing residence for homeless and low income veterans from all eras. 60% of the units are set aside for homeless individuals in recovery from substance abuse and 40% for low –income veterans, with preference given to veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

 

Duties Include:

 

Qualifications:

 

Additional Skills

 

Compensation:

 

How to Apply

Interested applicants must submit a cover letter and resume to:

Human Resources Department:

Jericho Project

Job Code: FV-MSW/ CASAT

245 W. 29th Street, Suite 902

New York, NY 10001

Fax 646.624.2301

hr@jerichoproject.org

No Telephone Calls Please.

 

Jericho Project is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate in its hiring practices and, in order to build the strongest possible workforce, actively seeks a diverse applicant pool. www.jerichoproject.org

 

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Jericho Project - Employment Specialist (posted 4/20/15)

 

Jericho Project was founded in 1983 on the belief that every homeless individual can make transformational change towards a better life. Jericho is a growing and dynamic nonprofit supportive housing agency which is dedicated to recruiting and retaining highly qualified and motivated employees.

Our mission is to end homelessness at its roots by creating a community that inspires individual change, fosters sustainable independence, and motivates men and women to reach their greatest potential. Jericho provides almost 500 units of supportive housing to formerly homeless and at-risk men and women through five congregate supportive housing residences in Central Harlem and the Bronx; a supportive apartment program in the Bronx; and two supportive housing residences in the Bronx and a myriad of homelessness prevention programs throughout the five boroughs, including a homeless family intervention model.

 

Jericho Project is seeking an experienced and enthusiastic Employment Specialist (job developer) to join its Workforce Opportunities (WfO) Department and focus on placing homeless, formerly homeless, and low-income families and individuals in quality jobs. The Employment Specialist will work closely with the Career Counselors to ensure develop job opportunities that meet the participants’ employment goals and supports their housing stability.

 

Duties Include:

 

Qualifications:

 

Compensation:

Salary is commensurate with experience. Jericho Project offers a comprehensive benefits package including health insurance, dental insurance, retirement plan, and paid vacation.

 

How to Apply:

Interested applicants must submit a cover letter and with salary requirements to:

Human Resources Department

Jericho Project

Job Code: Employment Specialist

245 W. 29th Street, Suite 902

New York, NY 10001

Fax 646.624.2301

hr@jerichoproject.org

No Phone Calls Please.

 

Jericho Project is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate in its hiring practices and, in order to build the strongest possible workforce, actively seeks a diverse applicant pool. www.jerichoproject.org

 

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The Actors Fund - Employment Specialist (posted 4/14/15)

 

The Actors Fund, a nationwide human services organization that helps all professionals in performing arts and entertainment, seeks an Employment Specialist to develop, locate and secure job openings for its Actors Fund Work Program participants. The specialist will assist program participants in assessing job skills and preparing for interviews to secure sideline and parallel employment.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

Under the direction of the National Director of the Actors Fund Work Program, the Employment Specialist will establish and maintain ongoing personal contact with a variety of business and industry representatives and job placement/training agencies to promote participant placement. The Employment Specialist will manage performance contracts, track participant outcomes and report findings as required to our funding sources.

 

The Employment Specialist will plan, organize and conduct weekly and quarterly job search skill seminars and assist participants individually in assessing their job skills and readiness for perspective positions. The Employment Specialist will work closely with our Career Counselors to engage program participants in ongoing discussions about their employment goals and assist in identifying and scheduling career‐related guest speakers, site visits, job shadowing experiences and informational interviews.

 

The Employment Specialist will be expected to maintain a working knowledge of employment hiring and labor market trends, via online research, networking and workforce development community meetings. Finally, the specialist will be expected to consistently and accurately document all participant and employer contact information into the agency database in a timely manner.

 

REQUIREMENTS

Education, Training and Knowledge

 

Proficiency Qualifications

 

Other Requirements

 

ABOUT THIS POSITION

This is a full‐time salaried position based in The Actors Fund’s National Headquarters Office in Times Square, New York City. The Actors Fund offers a competitive salary, as well as a comprehensive benefits package, including: choice of multiple health and dental plan options, voluntary vision, flex and dependent care plans, employer‐paid life and long‐term disability insurance, supplemental life and disability, 401(k) plan with employer match, tuition reimbursement, generous paid time off and TransitCheck commuter benefit or paid parking, depending on location.

 

TO APPLY

Apply online at www.Actorsfund.org/careers. A complete application will include a resume/cover letter/salary history and/or salary requirements.

 

ABOUT THE ACTORS FUND

The Actors Fund is a national human services organization that helps everyone— performers and those behind the scenes—who works in performing arts and entertainment, helping more than 17,000 people directly each year, and hundreds of thousands online. Serving professionals in film, theatre, television, music, opera, radio and dance, The Fund’s programs include social services and emergency financial assistance, health care and insurance counseling, housing, and employment and training services. With offices in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, The Actors Fund has been—for 132 years—a safety net for those in need, crisis or transition. Visit www.actorsfund.org.

 

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The Osborne Association - Director of Workforce Development (posted 4/10/15) - Full Time / Bronx 

 

The Osborne Association, Inc. is a nonprofit criminal justice organization with its main office in the Bronx. For over 75 years, the Association has provided services to the accused, people currently or formerly incarcerated, and their children and families. The OsborneAssociation operates programs and has offices in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Rikers Island, Dutchess County, and several New York State correctional facilities. 

 

Program/Project: The area of Workforce Development has had consistent expansion and growth by the use of innovative techniques and setting high standards. Forward progression has also been a result of increased and fortified corporate, professional and union connections along with consistently meeting and exceeding program goals and objectives. The Director of Workforce Development will be expected keep this momentum and generate continued and greater accomplishments. 

 

Responsibilities: The Osborne Association is searching for a dynamic, innovative, and conscientious Director of Workforce Development to align and lead program managers in the positive transformation of the lives of those that have been in conflict with the law. This is a senior-level position reporting to the Associate Executive Director and responsible for the following: Overseeing all of Osborne's Workforce Development activities in both our Bronx and Brooklyn offices, community sites and prison related services; Ensure that all of Osborne’s Workforce Development activities, including those that are incorporated into other programs, are delivered consistently, with competence, across the agency. Achieves and surpasses program objectives by setting enrollment, placement and retention goals that meet or go beyond funding source requirements; Develops a vision and strategies for the designated program and program managers to meet goals by providing designated services to participants; evaluates the effectiveness of those strategies regularly to ensure that the outcomes are successful; and makes adjustments where necessary to ensure continued effectiveness of those services to participants. Collaborates with Development, Communications and Program Operations staff to draft comprehensive summaries of program components for internal and external marketing literature. Assisting in securing funds for the program by reviewing Requests for Proposals and grants applications, and develops recommendations. Prepares reports, documents, and letters to support program work processes. 

 

Requirements: 

Education: Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Criminal Justice, Public Administration, Human Services or related field is required; Master’s degree preferred or equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

Experience: Five to seven years of professional Workforce Development experience in a social service agency or association including supervisory responsibilities. Non-profit experience is strongly preferred, with an understanding of criminal justice environment. Experience working with Medicaid and Behavioral Health services, a plus. 

 

Related Skills or Knowledge: Excellent management, problem solving, organizational, and counseling skills required. Ability to analyze and evaluate information and develop recommendations. Demonstrated success in planning and implementing program activities within budgetary and time constraints. Requires excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to present information to a wide variety of audiences. Must be familiar with the criminal justice system. Computer skills are necessary, including familiarity with MS Word and Excel. 

 

The Osborne Association is an EEO/Affirmative Action employer and a VEVRAA Federal Contractor. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, unemployment status or any other protected category. The Osborne Association takes affirmative action in support of its policy to advance in employment individuals who are minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.

 

Persons interested in applying should apply directly through www.Osborneny.org No phone calls please.

 

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NYC Department of Small Business Services - Director of Healthcare Training, Workforce Development Corporation (posted 4/6/15)

 

Agency Description:

The New York City Department of Small Business Services (SBS) is a vibrant, client-centered agency whose mission is to serve New York’s small businesses, jobseekers and commercial districts. SBS makes it easier for businesses in New York City to form, do business, and grow by providing direct assistance to business owners, fostering neighborhood development in commercial districts, and linking employers to a skilled and qualified workforce.

 

About the WDC:

The Workforce Development Corporation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation that works closely with the New York City Department of Small Business Services to contribute to the economic vitality of the City by promoting workforce development and job creation through public and private partnerships.

 

ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION

The Workforce Development Corporation (“WDC”) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation that works closely with the New York City Department of Small Business Services (“SBS”) to contribute to the economic vitality of the City by promoting workforce development and job creation through public and private partnerships. The New York Alliance for Careers in Healthcare (NYACH) is an industry partnership that was created in 2010 through a public-private partnership. NYACH engages healthcare employers in identifying and addressing current and future healthcare workforce needs and works with education and training providers to meet those needs. With its industry partners—including the trade associations representing the major healthcare subsectors—NYACH aims to change the paradigm in workforce development by convening major stakeholders and developing innovative curriculum and training strategies that are aligned to meet employer needs and strengthen the fast changing healthcare industry in NYC.

 

JOB DESCRIPTION

The WDC is seeking a Director of Healthcare Training to design and direct a large slate of healthcare training programs jointly managed and funded by SBS. The Director will work alongside contracted partners who are charged with training administration among colleges and other training providers, jobseeker recruitment and preparation, and business engagement. The Director will also work with NYACH and SBS industry partners to identify the workforce training needs in the sector and align the center’s training offerings and curriculum to meet those needs. The successful candidate will be required to develop a broad understanding of the healthcare sector, training, strategy, and performance. The Director will oversee a Senior Program Manager who will be involved in the day to day management of the training initiatives.

 

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES

The Director’s duties may include, but will not be limited to, the following:

• Developing and implementing a healthcare training model and strategy, including an annual training slate and schedule, based on labor market growth and the implications of state and federal healthcare policy changes,

• Launching and overseeing training programs that are responsive to employer hiring and training needs,

• Drafting and overseeing all contracts and budgets associated with training programs,

• Overseeing all training administration functions, including contract, fiscal, compliance, performance management, and program evaluation,

• Developing and managing relationships with colleges and other training providers on individual training programs and services,

• Producing candidate assessments that support successful training completion and in-sector job placement,

• Coordinating with colleges and other training providers for employer-driven curriculum and instructional model upgrades,

• Coordinating with relevant partners for candidate recruitment and business development specifically for incumbent and jobseeker trainees,

• Tracking, collecting, and analyzing training program outcomes,

• Serving as a liaison between SBS, NYACH, and industry partners, and

• Institutionalizing minimum standards and best practices cross SBS and NYACH teams as well as other industry partners for managing training programs.

 

PREFERRED SKILLS

• Experience developing workforce development policy and programs,

• Experience working with employers, particularly in the healthcare sector,

• Strong understanding of the healthcare field as well as employer demand for specific occupational skills and competencies and legal requirements for licensure and certification,

• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills,

• Exceptional project management skills, with experience planning, implementing and managing projects involving diverse stakeholders,

• Strong attention to detail with excellent organizational skills and ability to effectively document issues and step-by-step activities taken to resolve issues,

• Strong ability with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, Project and Outlook,

• Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a team environment,

• Excellent analytical, quantitative, problem solving, and creative thinking abilities, and

• Excellent writing skills.

 

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

• Preferred master’s degree from an accredited college in business or public administration, public policy, public health, economics or a closely related field and at least three years of satisfactory full-time professional experience relevant to the work outlined above, or  

• Baccalaureate degree and at least five years of professional experience. Professional experience should be in managing day-to-day operations, implementing strategic programs and meeting performance targets.

 

Salary range: commensurate with experience

 

To apply, please email your resume and cover letter including the following subject line: Director, Healthcare Training to: kdougherty@sbs.nyc.gov

 

NOTE: ONLY THOSE CANDIDATES UNDER CONSIDERATION WILL BE CONTACTED. If you do not have access to email, mail your cover letter & resume to: K. Dougherty, c/o The NYC Department of Small Business Services 110 William Street, 8th Floor, New York, New York 10038