How to post a job:
As a beneift of membership, members of the New York City Employment and Training Coalition may submit their organization's job postings. They will be posted on this page and will be listed in the Workforce Weekly for two weeks.
Jobs will only be accepted as PDFs. Please submit them to Annie Garneva at firstname.lastname@example.org
Job Openings the Week of July 25th, 2016
Nontraditional Employment for Women - multiple positions
Project Renewal - Assistant Director, Next Step Employment Program
John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey - Research Project Manager
The New York County District Attorney's Office - Case Coordinator, Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI)
Henry Street Settlement - multiple positions
Job Openings the Week of July 18th, 2016
Jericho Project - multiple positions
Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow - Adult Education and Literacy (AELP) Coordinator
Madison Strategies Group - Career Advisor
Broome Street Academy - multiple positions
The Door - multiple positions
University Settlement - multiple positions
Job Openings the Week of July 11th, 2016
CUNY - Data Coordinator - Economic, Training and Opportunity Programs (ETOP) (posted 7/11/16)
Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow - multiple positions (posted 7/11/16)
Per Scholas - Senior Manager, Admissions and Retention (posted 7/11/16)
Henry Street Settlement - multiple positions (posted 7/11/16)
University Settlement - Site Coordinator (posted 7/11/16)
Grace Institute - Senior Director of Employment (posted 7/11/16)
Job Openings the Week of June 27th, 2016
Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island, Inc. - Admission Counselor (posted 6/30/16)
Job Openings the Week of June 20th, 2016
Laguardia Community College - Adult Basic Skills Instructor (Part time) (posted 6/24/16)
Job Openings the Week of June 13th, 2016
Laguardia Community College - Bridge Program Manager (posted 6/15/2016)
Laguardia Community College - Math Instructors (posted 6/15/2016)
The direct link to apply: http://bit.ly/1OnBTIf
Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow - Office for New Americans Manager (posted 6/14/16)
Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow is a not-for-profit organization operating out of multiple locations that provides education, employment and training services to underserved youth and adults. OBT is funded through a mixture of government contracts, corporate and foundation grants and private contributions.
The Office for New Americans is a New York State initiative established by Governor Cuomo in 2012 to assist newcomers in contributing to the state's economic and social fabric. Statewide, there are 26 ONA Opportunity Centers operating out of existing non-profits. Each center assists immigrants using a 4-pronged approach by providing (1) Naturalization and DACA Legal Assistance, (2) ESOL Classes, (3) Entrepreneurship Training, and (4) Community Workshops. OBT's ONA Opportunity Center sees a wide swath of immigrants from primarily Latin American and Caribbean nations.
Start Date for this position is July 1st.
Manage the ONA Contract and ensure all mandated ONA outcomes for the above four areas are met or exceeded quarterly and annually;
Hold client consultations on a regular basis and manage all necessary follow-up work including but not limited to: obtaining immigration records from DHS, court documents, criminal records, school records, public benefits statements, and medical exemption forms;
Utilize and improve upon existing intake process and comprehensive case management system for all immigration legal services clients and follow up accordingly to ensure completion of USCIS applications and compliance with funder and state standards;
Administer and accurately report data for all legal immigration services, entrepreneurial workshops, and community education seminars as mandated by the ONA contract;
Coordinate with the Adult Education and Literacy Director/Coordinator and AELP program support staff to administer data for all ESOL programming funded through the ONA stream, including creating and administering retention and completion strategies for students;
Develop marketing and promotion plans for recruitment, create resources for expanding ONA Opportunity Center activities and create program materials including those needed for outreach, intake and case management, and administration of program;
Collaborate on the cultivation and development of strategic partnerships within the community to enhance the resources of the ONA Opportunity Center;
Supervise certain adult program staff (ONA Program Associate, Latino Youth Achievement Initiative Coordinator, BWRC Office Manager) and program interns/volunteers;
Prepare any monthly, quarterly, and annual reports for programs and funders as needed;
Act as liaison with ONA analyst and ONA staff within the state office;
Participate in local coalitions for immigration issues and stay informed of relevant happenings in immigration law and policy on a local and national level;
Sign off as Preparer and Interpreter (as needed) on USCIS applications and, when necessary, submit a G-28 Notice of Appearance with relevant cases;
Supervise all legal immigration work at the center as BIA Representative in collaboration with ONA legal counsel;
Keep OBT staff informed of important immigration information and news relevant to participants, including creating strategies for proper internal referrals and program best practices;
Assist OBT development team in seeking out and applying for funding opportunities with the aim of expanding the immigrant services initiative at OBT;
Assist with the overall coordination of ONA and general Adult Services activities and site maintenance at the Bushwick Workforce Resource Center;
Perform all other appropriate duties assigned by supervisor.
Key Performance Measures: Achievement of ONA program outcomes for partnership, development, recruitment, enrollment, and immigrant services; ability to identify and develop resources to enhance ONA and BWRC program outcomes; ability to work effectively with a diverse range of participants with different obstacles to employability; ability to work as part of a team and be able to handle conflict situations.
Qualifications: Spanish verbal and written proficiency required; Bachelor's Degree required; must be or become BIA accredited (partial or full) or have a JD with one year of immigration practice; experience providing Naturalization and DACA services, familiarity with NYC public services and systems, ability to supervise and quality check program staff, experience working with education and employment programs; public funding management and outcomes reporting; management and supervision of staff; high degree of discretion dealing with confidential information and cultural sensitivity; knowledge of Salesforce, BEST Plus, and TABE a plus.
Send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to ONAManager@obtjobs.org
Job Openings the Week of June 6th, 2016
Jericho Project - Case Manager (posted 6/6/16)
Henry Street Settlement - Multiple Positions (posted 6/6/16)
Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow - High School Equivalency Instructor - Jamaica, NY (posted 6/6/16)
Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow (OBT) is a 33-year old non-profit organization operating out of multiple locations. The mission of OBT is to help disadvantaged youth and adults recognize their own self-worth and advance towards self-sufficiency and financial security through job training, academic reinforcement, improved life skills, job placement and support services. For more information visit www.obtjobs.org.
Responsibilities include providing daily instruction to disconnected youth ages 17-24 in all five content areas of the High School Equivalency/TASC exam and providing contextualized instruction in Business English and Business Math relating to a general business environment; assisting in administering and grading TASC readiness tests and TABE testing/post-testing; coordinating instruction with other instructors. The HSE Instructor is also responsible for instruction and recruitment of our debate teams. Additionally, this position supports all aspects of programming, including but not limited to recruitment and participant outreach.
Bachelor’s degree and teaching experience required. Prior experience in teaching HSE (or GED) prep classes as well as knowledge of the new Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC) preferred. Prior experience working with young adults preferred; must be willing to work enthusiastically as part of a team. Send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Jacqueline Ordonez at email@example.com. Please use HSE Instructor in the subject line.
Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow - Retention Specialist (Brooklyn Full Time) (posted 6/6/16)
Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow (OBT) is a 33-year old non-profit organization operating out of multiple locations. The mission of OBT is to help disadvantaged youth and adults recognize their own self-worth and advance towards self-sufficiency and financial security through job training, academic reinforcement, improved life skills, job placement and support services. For more information visit www.obtjobs.org
Responsibilities include working with disconnected youth ages 17-24 to increase job and college retention; conducting professional development workshops; collecting job/college verification paperwork from participants; entering client information into multiple data systems; preparing client folders and facilitating monthly Stay at Work Program. Must be comfortable communicating with clients via social media; must have a Bachelor’s Degree and two years relevant experience. Prior experience working with young adults preferred. Send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Alice Goncalves at firstname.lastname@example.org
Madison Strategies Group - Director, Finance & Administration - (posted 6/616)
The Door - Assistant Director for Career Services (posted 6/6/16)
Job Openings the Week of May 30th, 2016
Jericho Project - Case Manager (posted 5/31/16)
Inspired by the belief that transformation can occur in every individual, Jericho Project was founded in 1983 to help New York City address and end homelessness among men, women, and families. Jericho Project steadfastly works to advance its mission by creating a community that inspires individual change, fosters sustainable independence, and motivates men and women to reach their greatest potential.
In its 33-year history, Jericho has grown from its genesis as a small housing program to a comprehensive agency providing over 400 units of supportive housing, as well as significant life-changing services to over 2,000 homeless and at-risk adults and children throughout New York City.
About the Position
The Case Manager will provide direct services to verterans, including those who were formerly homeless with histories of substance abuse, mental illness, PTSD and those at- risk of homelessness. The Case Manager will carry a caseload of approximately 15-20 veterans with the purpose of supporting, counseling and advocating in areas of the individuals’ lives requiring assistance such as daily life skills, budgeting, transitioning to civilian life, family re-unification, referrals to services both internally and in the community.
Case Manager will be required to have frequent contact, but not limited to, weekly or monthly face-to-face meetings, telephone conversations, aftercare contacts, e-mail and other electronic exchange with colleagues is expected.
Provide direct case management services and apartment visits. Case management services will include mental health and substance use assessments, developing and updating service plans, assistance with obtaining public assistance, Social Security benefits/entitlements and other publicly available resources that may be beneficial to the tenant.
Implement groups with a focus on life skills, education and support, relapse prevention and mental health counseling.
Complete referrals to medical, mental health, and other outside providers.
Coordinate and document clinical case management and psychosocial services while also documenting the overall effectiveness of the case management services provided. Case Managers will develop an Individual Service Plan and review the plan periodically for efficacy.
Collaborate with Workforce Opportunities Staff to assist tenant in developing and realizing employment related goals, where applicable.
Ensure compliance with organizational and funder regulations and documentation.
Case management assessment and services will be informed by Motivational
Interviewing and Harm Reduction approaches.
Coordinate aftercare services and follow-up contacts for post-discharge updates.
Conduct outreach and engagement including apartment visits and inspections.
Participate in community development efforts such as Community Meetings and supporting the residence in establishing partnerships with other providers in the community.
Work with Property Management staff to assist tenant to meet terms of their lease including timely payment of rent and avoidance of any nuisance behaviors.
Provide all services in a manner that respects cultural differences amongst tenants.
A Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field; Master’s degree preferred.
Must possess strong organizational, writing, communication, and computer skills.
Some relevant experience working with low-income or homeless populations.
Candidates must be self-starters with the skills and energy to work within the community.
Experience working with veterans a plus.
Billingual a plus.
Salary is commensurate with experience. Jericho Project offers a comprehensive benefits package.
How to Apply:
Interested applicants must submit a cover letter with salary requirements and resume to: Human Resources Department
Job Code: Case Manager, Kingsbridge Terrace
245 W. 29th Street, Suite 902
New York, NY 10001 email@example.com
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.