Job Listings

Job Listings

 

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CAMBA - Job Developer (posted 2/11/16)

 

CAMBA’s comprehensive Workforce Development and Refugee Services programs annually provide over 1,800 low income community members with employment, education, training, benefits access, and financial literacy. CAMBA specializes in assisting those with special barriers to employment including low skilled workers, long-term unemployed, immigrants and refugees, and highly-skilled immigrant professionals through our innovative partnership with the Cooper Union School of Engineering. These programs are performance-based, and success is measured by meeting enrollment, employment placement, training, and  retention.

 

Working as part of a team providing comprehensive services, the Job Developer is responsible for establishing and maintaining relationships with employers; developing industry specific knowledge, tracking labor market information, securing job orders, matching the skills of participants with proper job openings; coordinating referrals and conducting follow-up with both client and employer; overseeing a caseload of approximately 40 active clients; and making between 10 and 13 placements per month. This position will be based in Central Brooklyn, and requires periodic travel to develop and maintain employer contacts city wide. The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree, and/or equivalent experience, and strong interpersonal, marketing/sales, and communication skills.

 

To apply for one or more of these openings, e-mail your resume with a cover letter as one document attachment in MS Word tosubmitresumes@camba.org. Specify “Job Developer” on the e-mail subject line.

 

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STRIVE - Strategic Operations Specialist (posted 2/10/15)

 

Our Mission

STRIVE’s mission is to help people acquire the life-changing skills and attitudes needed to overcome challenging circumstances, find sustained employment, and become valuable contributors to their families, employers, and communities. 

 

Position Summary

STRIVE is seeking a Strategic Operations Specialist to analyze performance data, assist in the build-out of our internal database, and help implement performance improvement strategies. The ideal candidate will have strong project management experience, demonstrated ability to work effectively across teams to achieve shared goals and a passion for using data to enhance program outcomes.  

 

Responsibilities:

 

Qualifications:

 

To Apply

Forward resume and cover letter with salary requirements to hiring@striveinternational.org

 

 

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NYC Department of Education, Office of Postsecondary Readiness - Industry Engagement Manager (2/5/16)

 

Tracking Code 11390

(Those who previously applied need not re-apply)
 
Position Summary:

 

The New York City school system is the largest in the country, composed of 1.1 million students and 75,000+ teachers in over 1,800 schools.
 
The Office of Postsecondary Readiness (OPSR) focuses on the alignment of school curriculum, instruction and operations to ensure that all students graduate college and are career ready. OPSR provides leadership and implementation support for the DOE’s college and career articulation initiatives and Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs. As part of the Division of Teaching and Learning (DT&L), OPSR develops and implements strategy and policy for increasing capacity across DOE schools in ways that will significantly increase the number of students who graduate college career ready and persist through their postsecondary choices.
 
The New York City Department of Education has articulated a vision for high-quality career and technical education (CTE) programs that place students on viable pathways to career-track, middle-skill employment. The CTE team within OPSR is working to identify and develop deep partnerships with private-sector employers vital to ensuring program quality and supporting CTE students en route to postsecondary success. Industry Engagement Managers will be the implementers of this work, serving as high-value liaisons between classroom and workplace. The Managers are the core of the Industry Engagement and Strategic Partnership Team. This team develops and manages strategic partnerships between key stakeholders in high growth industries and our CTE schools. The Managers will serve as the eyes and ears of the private sector within CTE programs, and as advocates on behalf of those programs to the employers who will engage with these programs.
 
Industry Engagement Managers will each oversee a set revitalized industry commissions that will work with multiple schools within the same CTE cluster (CTE programs of study organized loosely by industry verticals). Their charge is to build and broker relationships between industry partners and one or more programs in that sector; pinpoint the vital elements of program quality within each cluster for replication across school lines; and help ensure that techniques and equipment keep pace with evolving industry standards. Performs related work.

 

Reports to: Senior Director, Industry Engagement Career and Technical Education, OPSR
 
 
Key Relationships:

Will work closely with OPSR leadership and related offices within DT&L, including the Borough Field Support Centers (BFSC), Superintendents, Community Based Organizations (CBOs) and a range of external workforce partners to successfully implement initiatives and programs needed to meet the needs of our students and staff in the areas of academics, accountability, and school support. 
 
Responsibilities

 

Qualification Requirements:
 Minimum

 
Preferred
 

 
Salary: $69,674+
(Internal candidates who are selected for this position and who currently hold comparable or less senior positions within the DOE will not make less than their current salary.)
 
Please include a resume and cover letter with your application. 
 
Applications will be accepted through February 18, 2016 until 3:00 p.m.

 

Apply at:  http://bit.ly/1QahksI


NOTE: The filling of all positions is subject to budget availability and/or grant funding.

 

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University Settlement - Multiple Positions (posted 2/5/16)

 

1) Position: Group Leader - SONYC Middle School

 

Supervisor: Site Manager

 

Overview:

Since 1886, University Settlement has been providing a variety of effective and strengths-based community based programs for children. Currently, the Settlement operates after-school programs for elementary school children.  We are expanding the program to accommodate middle school students grades 6th -8th with the opening of additional after- school sites, the Group Leader will be responsible for ensuring the safety and engagement of children.  The program will provide academic support; artistic, athletic, cultural, and athletic enrichment; therapeutic services; and opportunities for family involvement. The position requires a creative, energetic, team-building leader committed to providing the highest quality of programming for children and families.

 

Responsibilities:

 

Qualifications:

 

Hours: 20 hours

 

Salary: $15.00

 

Contact: Please use the link to apply for the position.  No telephone inquiries.  

https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=ussofny&jobId=10076&lang=en_US&source=CC2

 

 

2) Position: Group Leader - SONYC Middle School

 

Supervisor: Site Manager

 

Overview:

Since 1886, University Settlement has been providing a variety of effective and strengths-based community based programs for children. Currently, the Settlement operates after-school programs for elementary school children. We are expanding the program to accommodate middle school students grades 6th -8th with the opening of additional after- school sites, the Group Leader will be responsible for ensuring the safety and engagement of children. The program will provide academic support; artistic, athletic, cultural, and athletic enrichment; therapeutic services; and opportunities for family involvement. The position requires a creative, energetic, team-building leader committed to providing the highest quality of programming for children and families.

 

Responsibilities:

 

Qualifications:

 

Hours: Monday- Friday 3-6pm

Salary: $13.00 per hour

Location: Institute of Collaborative teaching

 

Contact: Please use the link to apply for the position. No telephone inquiries. https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=ussofny&jobId=10146&lang=en_US&source=CC2

 

 

3) Family Child Care Program - Educational Aide

 

Supervisor: Program Director

 

Overview:

The Family Child Care program offers year-round, full-day home-based child care services to NYC working families for children from 2 months – 4 years of age.  The program provides developmentally appropriate home-based childcare and family support services.  Referrals, home visits and professional development is provided to the child care providers.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

 

General Qualifications: 

 

Hours: 35 hours per week

Salary: Mid to 20s. Generous benefit package

Contact: Use the link to apply for the position.  
 

No telephone inquiries

 

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Henry Street Settlement - Case Manager, Stanton Street Residence (posted 2/4/16)

 

Start Date: ASAP

Hours: Full Time

Salary: Commensurate with experience

 

Program Overview: Since 1893, Henry Street has delivered the most effective, compassionate and comprehensive services possible to residents of the Lower East Side.  As a multifaceted not-for-profit, Henry Street provides innovative social services, arts programs and healthcare services from 17 locations throughout the Lower East Side.  Building upon its legacy for innovation and effective programming, Henry Street has grown to offer more than 50 different programs, currently making it one of the most comprehensive settlement house in New York City, as well as one of the City’s largest social service agencies.  Henry Street is governed by a 45-member Board of Directors and is supported by government grants and contracts, as well as foundation, corporate and individual support.

Stanton Street Program is a designated supportive housing program for adults and some children with immunological disorders of a degenerative nature, particularly HIV/AIDS.  Located in The Lower East Side of Manhattan. The tenant population is low income and disabled families. All families will include adults and children. The client population is predominantly people of color, divided equally between African-American and Latino families. The program is unique in that is represents a partnership among The Henry Street Settlement , Housing and Urban Development (HUD), The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) as well as the HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA).  Our mission is to serve families and children struggling with medical, socioeconomic and mental health concerns, and insure that they are provided with adequate resources to stabilize and enhance their quality of life.

 

Qualifications:

Responsibilities:

 

Apply To: 

Email Cover Letter and Resume to jobs@henrystreet.org. In the subject line, please indicate job title "Case Manager" AND the website where the position was found. 

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

Henry Street Settlement offers excellent benefits and is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Program

 

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Henry Street Settlement - High School Tutor, Education/Youth Services (posted 2/4/16)

 

Start Date: ASAP 

Hours: Part Time, Mondays and Wednesdays 2-5 p.m. 

Salary: Commensurate with experience

 

Program Overview: Since 1893, Henry Street has delivered the most effective, compassionate and comprehensive services possible to residents of the Lower East Side.  As a multifaceted not-for-profit, Henry Street provides innovative social services, arts programs and healthcare services from 17 locations throughout the Lower East Side.  Building upon its legacy for innovation and effective programming, Henry Street has grown to offer more than 50 different programs, currently making it one of the most comprehensive settlement house in New York City, as well as one of the City’s largest social service agencies.  Henry Street is governed by a 45-member Board of Directors and is supported by government grants and contracts, as well as foundation, corporate and individual support.

 

The “Sophomore Scholars” Neighborhood Development Area (NDA) Program is a collaborative effort between Henry Street Settlement and three high schools in the Seward Park Educational Complex. Sophomore Scholars is a structured tutoring and homework assistance program servicing 40+ high school sophomores. In addition to intensive tutoring services, students receive academic advisement, case management, and counseling. The hired High School Math Tutor will provide structured tutoring, homework assistance, classroom assistance, and academic workshop facilitation for 40+ sophomore students all to support and encourage students’ attendance, academic improvement, and eventually grade promotion.

 

Qualifications:

 

Responsibilities:

 

Apply To: 

Email Cover Letter and Resume to jobs@henrystreet.org. In the subject line, please indicate job title “High School Tutor" AND the website where the position was found. 

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

Henry Street Settlement offers excellent benefits and is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Program

 

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The Door - Licensed Practical Nurse (posted 2/4/16)

 

Supervisor: Clinical Manager

 

Overview:

Founded in 1972, The Door empowers educationally and economically disadvantaged youth to reach their potential by providing a complete range of services all under one roof. Each year over 11,000 young people from all five New York City boroughs come to The Door for primary health care, reproductive care, health education, dental services, eye care services, mental health counseling, legal services, supportive housing, HSE, ESL, tutoring and homework help, college preparation and computer classes, career & education services, job placement, daily meals, cultural arts and services. 

 

The Licensed Practical Nurse will be responsible for assisting the Clinical Manager with various clinical functions in the Adolescent Health Center.

 

Responsibilities:

 

Qualifications:

 

Hours: Full time, 35 hours per week

 

Salary: High-$30’s to mid-$40’s, plus generous benefits package

 

Contact: Submit cover letter and resume, as one document, using the application link below:

https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=ussofny&jobId=22402&lang=en_US&source=CC3

 

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The City University of New York - Deputy Director; Education, Training and Opportunity Programs (posted 2/4/16)

 

General Description

Education, Training and Opportunity Programs (ETOP), a unit within the Office of the Senior University Dean for Academic Affairs in the CUNY Central Office, is focused on serving low-income students, particularly those collecting public welfare benefits. CUNY has a 20 year relationship with the City’s Human Resources Administration (HRA) to support public assistance recipients to attend CUNY, meet HRA work obligations, graduate in a timely manner, and find gainful employment. Collectively each year, the programs serve 4,800 students across 19 campuses.

The unit is currently in the midst of a strategic planning process to revamp our core programming to support students on public assistance enrolled at CUNY. The new program model balances academic advising and personal supports with workforce preparation, leadership development and community engagement while maintaining students’ compliance with HRA regulations. This model blends elements of successful college completion programs with work opportunities, personal development and academic excellence.

 

ETOP also oversees the CUNY Fatherhood Academy, a three-campus initiative providing young fathers ages 18-24 with academic preparation for the high school equivalency (HSE) exam and/or enrollment in college, internships and workforce preparation services and parenting and personal development workshops.

 

Reporting to the University Director, the Deputy Director is a newly created, senior leadership position in a growing unit with significant opportunities for diverse work. Potential new work in the unit may include additional pre-college preparation and access programs and college completion programs for special populations.

 

Other Duties

 

Qualifications

 

How to Apply: Applicants must submit a cover letter and resume for consideration. Your application is not complete without the required documentation. Please make sure all attachments have your first and last name before submission.

Go to https://www.rfcuny.org/careers/postings?pvnID=VA-1601-000982

 

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Grant Associates - Program Director (posted 2/3/16)

 

General Description

The Program Director manages a leadership team consisting of the Business Services Manager, Career Services Manager, Community Partner

Manager and Strategic Operations Coordinator to promote a business-driven model of job placement. The Program Director also ensures effective

implementation of workforce programs and policies, and serves as the face of the Center with the business community and external partners.

 

Responsibilities

 

Work and education experience requirements

 

 

Apply at: http://www.applitrack.com/grantassociates/onlineapp/

 

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Grant Associates - Proposal Writer (posted 1/29/16)

 

Grant Associates is a national, award-winning workforce development company. Since opening our doors in 1997, our mission has been to help job seekers, businesses and communities reach their true potential.

 

Working under contract with federal, state and local agencies, Grant Associates has served more than 20,000 companies and helped more than 100,000 people define realistic goals, further their education and training, find jobs and embark on new career paths.

We are looking for new staff that will support our reputation and track record for delivering the best performance in the cities where we operate. Join our expanding company and grow your career with us.

 

The Proposal Writer will be responsible for managing the RFP process from inception to conclusion under the direction of the Communications Director.

 

Responsibilities
· Work with Program Directors to write, edit and project manage proposals in response to government RFPs
· Coordinate, assemble and submit all proposal materials, including narrative, budget narrative, and accompanying attachments
· Provide information to CFO and Finance team for budget preparation
· Ensure on-time delivery of submissions in accordance with proposal deadlines
· Research relevant government funding opportunities on government websites and in newsletters
· Assist the Communications Director on projects between proposals
· Attend bidders conferences to gather information on potential proposals

 

Work and Education Experience Requirements

 

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $55,000.00 /year

Required experience:

 

Required education:

 

Apply at: http://www.applitrack.com/grantassociates/onlineapp/

 

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Henry Street Settlement - Program Coordinator, Youth Services/After-School (posted 1/22/16)

 

Start Date: As soon as possible

 

Hours: Full time, 35 hours/week

 

Salary: Commensurate with experience

 

Organization Overview: Since 1893, Henry Street has delivered the most effective, compassionate and comprehensive services possible to residents of the Lower East Side.  As a multifaceted not-for-profit, Henry Street provides innovative social services, arts programs and healthcare services from 17 locations throughout the Lower East Side.  Building upon its legacy for innovation and effective programming, Henry Street has grown to offer more than 50 different programs, currently making it one of the most comprehensive settlement house in New York City, as well as one of the City’s largest social service agencies.  Henry Street is governed by a 45-member Board of Directors and is supported by government grants and contracts, as well as foundation, corporate and individual support.

 

Qualifications:

 

Responsibilities:

 

Apply To: Please send resume and cover letter to jobs@henrystreet.org. Indicate "After-School Program Coordinator" AND the website the position was found 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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Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island - Administrative Deputy Manager (1/19/16)

 

The position of Administrative Deputy Manager includes (but is not limited to) the following responsibilities:

 

Compliance

· Responsible for day to day oversight of program activities.

· Generate and catalogue statistical reports and correspondence for funders, audit reviews and presentations.

· Oversee the completion of milestones for field unit, employment services and case managers.

 

Program Management:

· Coordinate staffing schedules, performance reviews, and case conferences.

· Provide direct supervision for program staff. Train and assist staff with work plans and reporting outcomes.

· Liaise with fiscal to catalogue and archive program related expenses.

· Assist with MIS development and accurate reporting. 

· Troubleshoot issues among program staff and participants.

· Represent JCCGCI at workforce training, meetings and conferences.

 

Qualifications:  

· Effective written and verbal communication skills.

· Advanced organizational, analytical, and project management skills.

·  Prior experience in workforce development, and knowledge welfare policies SNAP, workfare and other Public assistance programs.

·  Proficient with standard office equipment, data management systems and MS Office software

·  Graduate degree or undergraduate degree with complimentary work experience equivalent to criteria listed above 

 

Work Schedule:   Mon - Fri, 35 hours per week.

Location: Brooklyn, NY

 

Apply:

Please forward your salary requirements with your resume and cover letter to: careers@jccgci.org

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Henry Street Settlement  - SYEP Coordinator (posted 1/19/16)

 

Start Date: As soon as possible

 

Hours: Full time

 

Salary: Commensurate with experience

 

Company Overview: Since 1893, Henry Street has delivered the most effective, compassionate and comprehensive services possible to residents of the Lower East Side.  As a multifaceted not-for-profit, Henry Street provides innovative social services, arts programs and healthcare services from 18 locations throughout the Lower East Side.  Building upon its legacy for innovation and effective programming, Henry Street has grown to offer more than 50 different programs, currently making it the most comprehensive settlement house in New York City, as well as one of the City’s largest social service agencies.  Henry Street is governed by a 45-member Board of Directors and is supported by government grants and contracts, as well as foundation, corporate and individual support.

The Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) provides New York City youth with a paid summer employment and educational experience that builds on their individual strengths and incorporate youth development principles. These principles include engaging the talents and interests of youth, developing their skills and competencies, and providing positive adult role models.

 

The goals and objectives of SYEP are:

 

NOTE: The SYEP Coordinator position is a full-time, year-round position. 

Qualifications:

 

Responsibilities:

 

Apply To: Please send resume and cover letter to jobs@henrystreet.org. Indicate "SYEP Coordinator" AND the website where the position was found 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 and offers excellent benefits.

 

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Phipps Neighborhoods - Career Navigator (posted 1/13/16)

 

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, prepare resumes and cover letters, assist with college applications and create career plans with each student. They will also provide retention services for up to one year, ensuring that participants are staying on their career plan and accessing all employer and union benefits for which they are eligible. 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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University Settlement - Multiple Poistions (posted 1/13/16)

 

1) Social Worker (Fee for Service)

 

Supervisor:     Clinical Director and Assistant Clinical Director

 

Responsibilities:

 

Qualifications:

 

Hours:    School calendar, 35 hours per week 

Salary:  Fee paid per kept client, commensurate with clinical experience 

 

Contact: 

https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=ussofny&jobId=10821&lang=en_US&source=CC3

 

 

2) P/T ESOL Teacher (Weekends)

 

Overview:

The Adult Literacy Program provides ESOL and Technology classes to immigrant adults in New York City. University Settlement provides a comprehensive network of services to over 10,000 people of all ages lining in the Lower East Side. Its broad network of activities includes adult literacy classes, mental health counseling and intensive case management; group and family day care; support services to the formerly homeless; after-school and summer camp for children and teens; a senior center and a credit union.

 

Responsibilities: 

 

Qualifications:

 

Hours: P/T 8 hours per week, Saturday and Sunday from 9:30am-1:30pm Must be able to attend 2-day orientation 8/31/15 and 9/1/15 (6 hours total) Bi-weekly 1hr. meeting. Must teach classes from September through JuneSalary: $30 per hour

 

Contact:

Submit cover letter and resume to: https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=ussofny&jobId=10186&lang=en_US&source=CC2

 

 

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Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island - Job Developer (posted 1/13/16)

 

Organizational Overview:

The Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island (JCCGCI) is a community-based organization serving individuals and families in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan with a wide range of social services, as well as capacity-building support to other community-based non-profit organizations throughout the city.

 

Job Description:

The Job Developer is solely responsible for developing internship sites and cultivating contacts in high growth sectors of finance, media/technology, health and retail.  He/she will recruit students for employment opportunities, attend and arrange industry networking events and market the program to external agencies.  He/she will work directly with case managers and employment specialists to achieve outcomes.

 

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

 

Qualifications:

Additional qualifications

 

Apply

Email resumes to X.Rose-Persadi@jccgci.org  with CARE Job developer as the subject.

 

 

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Jericho Project - Career Counselor (posted 1/7/16)

 

Organizational Overview

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.

 

Job Overview

Career Counselor will provide direct services to program participants in order to help them achieve the highest possible level of employment, educational attainment, and/or other meaningful activity, e.g., volunteer work and internship. Career Counselor will work closely with site directors and the case management team to ensure that tenants’ employment and educational goals are fully met.

 

Duties Include:
• Manage a caseload of about 70 program participants.
• Maintain active engagement in all phases of tenants’ initial occupancy period, from first interviews to completion of assessments and service plans.
• Develop creative tenant engagement strategies; maintain high tenant engagement in the WfO services; conduct, at minimum, monthly outreach to all participants and maintain related progress notes.
• Complete employment and educational assessments on all participants; ensure that assessments and service plans are updated twice a year, and more often where needed, for all tenants.
• Identify and refer participants to job training programs; HSE, ESOL and other adult literacy programs; college and other higher education programs, as identified in tenants’ service plans.
• Assist participants in developing a job readiness portfolio, consisting of a resume and cover letter, and evaluation of interviewing skills.
• Work closely with WfO’s Employment Specialists; respond to job leads within required timeframe; identify and refer participants for matching positions via ECM.
• Assist participants in conducting independent job search; identify new job leads as needed and make direct referrals to employers.
• Provide job retention and follow up services to all employed participants in various settings, i.e., competitive employment, internship, and volunteer work.
• Access community resources to aide participants in their job search, job retention and/or re-placement efforts
• Actively participate in case conferencing sessions with site directors and the case management team.
• Regularly attend WfO monthly team meetings.
• Maintain and update participant information in ECM.
• Provide participant engagement and outcome reports as required.
• Other responsibilities as assigned and required by the emerging needs of programs and participants, such as service delivery in multiple sites for multiple programs.

 

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree required. The degree requirement can be reconsidered with significant training and work experience directly related to the responsibilities of the position.
• Knowledge and experience in workforce development as well as service delivery to low-income individuals with significant barriers to employment are strongly preferred.
• Superior written and verbal communication skills and advanced computer literacy a must.
• Ability to travel throughout the five boroughs a must.
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 resume and cover letter with salary requirements to:

 

Human Resources Department
Jericho Project
Job Code: Career Counselor
245 W. 29th Street, Suite 902
New York, NY 10001
Fax 646.624.2301

careers@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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Jericho Project - Assistant Director (posted 1/7/15)

 

Organizational Overview

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.

 

Job Overview

Jericho Project is seeking a dynamic Assistant Director for its Workforce Opportunities Department. Candidates must have oversight and management experience in workforce development as well as experience working with individuals with substance abuse and trauma histories, preferably in a workforce development setting; experience working with the homeless population is preferred. The successful candidate is a visionary leader who inspires both staff and program participants. This position will have hands-on day-to-day management and supervisory responsibilities in the following areas:

 

Program Management

 

Staff Management and Supervision:

 

Administrative and Compliance

 

Qualifications

Master’s Degree strongly preferred; Bachelor’s Degree required. Must have superb management skills and prior program management and supervisory experience in social services and/or workforce development field. Working knowledge of substance abuse, mental health and homelessness is strongly preferred. Bilingual (Spanish) is a plus.

 

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 candidates must submit a resume and cover letter with salary requirement to:

 

Human Resources Department
Jericho Project
Job Code: Assistant Director, WFO
245 W. 29th Street, Suite 902
New York, NY 10001
Fax 646.624.2301
careers@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

 

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CUNY Start Transition Aged Youth (TAY) –Internship Coordinator (posted 1/6/16)

 

CUNY Start is an intensive program for incoming college students who have earned a high school or high school diploma, and need to increase their academic proficiency in reading, writing and mathematics prior to enrollment in college credit classes.  The CUNY Office of Academic Affairs, the University’s community colleges, Medgar Evers College, and the College of Staten Island work collaboratively to provide students with an innovative approach to developmental education. CUNY Start offers daytime and afternoon/evening programs, relies on data and research to guide program practice and is recognized for its carefully designed curriculum and pedagogy, ongoing professional development and mentor-based training model. 

 

CUNY Start has received a four-year grant from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation to serve transition aged youth (TAY) from foster care who wish  to pursue associate degrees at CUNY, but who have significant remedial needs in reading, writing, and/or math based on their CUNY Assessment Test scores. The grant will support the development of strategic partnerships with foster care agencies and the New York City Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) to create a graduation college success pipeline for 325 TAY into CUNY Start and the University’s acclaimed Accelerated Study in Associate Programs (ASAP).  TAY students will receive Metro Cards while in CUNY Start, on-campus internships and other supports to ensure timely graduation from college.  Along with creating a college success pipeline for TAY, the lessons learned from the project’s partnerships will be incorporated into CUNY Start’s advisement curriculum and training protocol.  The grant also includes a research and evaluation agenda that will be led by CUNY’s Office of Research, Evaluation, and Program Supports (REPS).  REPS will work with key stakeholders to establish important research projects, lead focus groups, and establish benchmarks and goals for TAY to succeed and graduate from CUNY.

 

To Apply:

Follow the link for more information on how to submit your cover letter and resume:

https://www.rfcuny.org/careers/postings?pvnID=VA-1512-000907

 

 

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Project Renewal - ACE Employment Sepcialist (posted 1/4/16)
 

Overview:

ACE is an Assisted Competitive Employment program for mentally ill individuals who seek meaningful jobs in the competitive employment market. The program is part of Project Renewal’s Next Step division. The ACE Employment Specialist will work one-on-one with clients to assess their capability and experience and to develop and implement vocational plans that provide them with the tools they need to find and retain employment. This will include preparing resumes, conducting mock job interviews, responding to job leads, assisting clients applying to on-line positions and providing extensive retention support.

 

Duties:

 

Qualifications:

 

Apply:

To apply: e-mail resume and cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to: careers@projectrenewal.org EOE.

 

 

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Brooklyn Workforce Innovations - Fundraising and Evaluation Associate (posted 12/21/15)

 

Employee Type: Full-Time, 35 hours per week

Title: Fundraising and Evaluation Associate
Position: Full-time, 35hrs/week

Status: Exempt

 

Brooklyn Workforce Innovations (BWI) – is a non-profit Brooklyn-based workforce development organization. BWI helps jobless and working poor New Yorkers establish careers in sectors that offer good wages and opportunities for advancement (www.bwiny.org). We provide free sector-based skills training and job readiness followed by at least two years of job placement and career-advancement support. Currently, we help individuals start careers in commercial driving, voice and data cable installation, TV and film production, and skilled woodworking.


The Fundraising and Evaluation Associate will maintain and build BWI’s base of foundation, corporate, government and individual support. The Associate will also support planning and implementation of special events and supports the organization’s communications efforts - including press outreach, developing publications and printed materials, and maintaining the organization’s website. The department is responsible for stewarding and building upon a portfolio of grants, contracts and contributions, and for increasing the organization’s visibility. S/he will report to the Director of
Fundraising and Evaluation and be a key member of a small, dedicated team.


Responsibilities:
The Associate will provide support and lead projects to track and report on data, raise money from current and new
institutional sources, engage individual donors, and continually improve the organization’s communications and
marketing materials.


Duties will include:

 

Qualifications:

 

Compensation: Commensurate with experience. BWI offers a good benefits package including health, dental and retirement.


To Apply: No phone calls, please. Email cover letter, resume, and salary requirement to Shawn Hegele, Director of Fundraising and Data Management, SHegele@bwiny.org. Please include “Fundraising and Evaluation Associate” in the email title.


Only applications with a cover letter, resume and salary requirement will be considered.

 

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Henry Street Settlement - Rapid Rehousing Project Supervisor (posted 12/22/15)

 

CoC Rapid Rehousing Services for Family Shelters

Start Date: As soon as possible

Hours: Full time

Salary: Commensurate with experience

 

Company Overview: Since 1893, Henry Street has delivered the most effective, compassionate and comprehensive services possible to residents of the Lower East Side.  As a multifaceted not-for-profit, Henry Street provides innovative social services, arts programs and healthcare services from 18 locations throughout the Lower East Side.  Building upon its legacy for innovation and effective programming, Henry Street has grown to offer more than 50 different programs, currently making it the most comprehensive settlement house in New York City, as well as one of the City’s largest social service agencies.  Henry Street is governed by a 45-member Board of Directors and is supported by government grants and contracts, as well as foundation, corporate and individual support.

 

The Transitional and Supportive Housing Cluster is a $9.1M division which provides Transitional Housing and Supportive Housing to Homeless individuals and Families, victims of Domestic Violence and Formerly Homeless Individuals.  Services include two homeless family shelters, a domestic violence shelter, a Mental Health Single Women’s shelter, as well as a NYNY Supportive Housing program for formerly homeless individuals. Services are provided by culturally competent staff and include case management, housing, employment, and children’s programs. These programs are designed to help individuals and families attain their fullest potential in an environment that values respect, dignity, and integrity.  The program will operate out of Urban Family Center and report to Director of Housing and Aftercare.

 

Qualifications:

 

Responsibilities:

 

 

Apply To: Please send resume and cover letter to jobs@henrystreet.org. Indicate "Social Work Case Manager/Housing Specialist Supervisor" 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 and offers excellent benefits.

 

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Madison Strategies Group - Office Manager and Bookkeeper (posted 12/21/15)

 

Madison Strategies is currently seeking a highly motivated Office Manager & Bookkeeper to join a strong team dedicated to serving the workforce needs of both businesses and job seekers.  The Office Manager & Bookkeeper position is primarily responsible for providing administrative and accounting support for the headquarter office of a nonprofit organization.  The position will report directly to the Director of Operations and include work in the areas of accounting, accounts payable, office management and administrative support to direct service programs.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

Qualifications:

 

Salary:  Competitive salary w/ benefits

 

Please send resume and cover letter to careers@madisonstrategies.org and include the title Office Manager in the subject line.  NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE

 

Organization Summary:

Founded by a group of workforce professionals, Madison Strategies is expert at providing our clients with the tools they need in order to thrive.  The individuals we work with need a professional path that is right for them so that they find careers, and not simply jobs.  We know that by training and preparing our clients to navigate their individual career journeys we are not only improving their lives but also their communities.  We also build strong relationships with employers and take the time to learn about their businesses and what they look for in their best employees so that we can provide them with individuals who contribute to the success of their businesses and strengthen their workplaces. 

 

Our programs provide our clients with the valuable tools and personalized guidance they need to succeed in their careers and lives.  We frequently collaborate with other providers to offer comprehensive services.  This includes partnering with benefits and legal assistance providers to support the successful re-entry of men and women leaving Rikers Island.  We also work with community groups such as food pantries and shelters to help their participants attain stable employment.  We focus our efforts on sectors that offer decent wages and opportunities for advancement, including transportation/manufacturing, health care and social assistance, and hospitality/food service.    

 

Madison Strategies currently operates in New York City and Tulsa, with our headquarters in New York City.  We are committed to sharing information and best practices across our program network and one of our programs is currently undergoing a rigorous random assignment evaluation. 

 

Madison Strategies Group is an equal opportunity employer, committed to a diverse workforce.

 

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Upwardly Global - multiple positions (posted 12/21/15)

 

1. Community Outreach & Engagement Associate

 

Position Overview

The primary role of the Community Outreach & Engagement Associate is to ensure that Upwardly Global is a well-known advocate and resource within the immigrant communities of our current locations and newly targeted locations throughout the U.S. Reporting to the Manager of Program Recruiting & Training, the Community Outreach & Engagement Associate is responsible for the cultivation, development, and deepening of relationships in targeted regions and communities to build the awareness and visibility of Upwardly Global's programs and services and to identify clients that would benefit from UpGlo's program and training services. Special focus will be paid to partnering with UpGlo's program and development teams to create awareness in new geographies and with job seekers with in-demand sector backgrounds. This job involves heavy networking and the ability to connect clients and other key partners to the appropriate senior leaders within UpGlo. A successful candidate will possess strong influencing and communication skills, cultural and global awareness, commitment to the mission and the ability to adapt messaging to fit diverse audiences.

 

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

 

Other Duties

 

Knowledge and Skills Required

 

Work Environment/Physical Requirements

 

How to apply

To apply: Must email a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to hrcoopjobs@nonprofithr.com with "Community Outreach & Engagement Associate" in the subject line.

 

2. Employment Services Manager

 

Position Overview

The Employment Services Manager (ESM) is responsible for overseeing the regional Employment team charged with training and assisting skilled immigrant job seekers with their professional job search. He or she will manage a group of Employment Services Associates (ESAs) and track placement goals set for their team. The manager will hire, train, coach and develop the (ESA) team. They provide key support and back-up to the Regional Program Director as well as participate on national projects.

 

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

 

Other Duties and Responsibilities

 

Knowledge and Skills Required

 

Work Environment/Physical Requirements

 

How to apply

To apply: Must email a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to hrcoopjobs@nonprofithr.com with "Employment Services Manager" in the subject line.

 

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The Door - Case Manager (posted 12/21/15)

 

Position:              Case Manager (Bilingual, Spanish Speaking strongly preferred)

Supervisor:         Supervisor of Homeless Youth Services

 

Overview:  The Case Manager will support the Runaway and Homeless Youth program by providing case management to ensure that the basic needs of young people, including crisis counseling, housing placement, entitlements procurement, health care, mental health care, education, job/career assistance, recreational opportunities and other service needs are being met.  The Case Manager will have a focus on working with  youth who have been sexually trafficked, sexually exploited or engaged in survival sex, but will also work with the general homeless youth population.   

 

Responsibilities:

 

Qualifications:

 

Hours: 35 Hours per week some evenings and weekends required

Salary:  Mid-30’s

 

To submit cover letter and resume (as one document) online now, click link below:

https://workforcenow.adp.com/myportal/ess/recruitment/internalPostingPreview.faces?client=ussofny&jobId=21220&lang=en_US&source=CC2

               

The Door is an Equal Opportunity Employer/program

Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities

 

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Queens Library - Employment Counselor (posted 12/18/15)

 

The Employment Counselor facilitates and supports customers in their job search and careerdevelopment through providing various workshops, programs and trainings. Programs include workshops, individual counseling, referrals, research, computer training, and general library services.

 

Duties:

 

Qualifications:

 

About Queens Library:

Queens Library is a national and international leader in the delivery of public library service. Innovation and leadership are the hall marks of Queens Library. Our mission is to meet the needs of the community by offering lifelong learning opportunities and ensuring there is a positive impact in the community. Queens Library fulfills its goals by embracing innovation and change. With a history of offering pioneering programs that meet the diverse needs of the most diverse county in the US, Queens Library is a place where innovation and leaders are welcomed. Queens Library a private, non-profit corporation located in Queens, New York and includes 65 service locations with 1,700 employees. 

 

Queens Library is the proud recipient of the following awards: 2009 Library Journal, Library of the Year, 2014 ALA/Information Today, Library of the Future, 2013 ULC Top Innovators, 2013 American-Architect’s Building of the Year (Queens Library at Glen Oaks).

 

To Apply:

Please send your resume and cover letter to employment@queenslibrary.org and reference “Employment Counselor - EXT” in the subject line. Resumes will only be accepted by email. 

 

The Queens Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

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The Center for Economic Opportunity - Multiple (12/17/15)

 

1) CEO Special Projects Coordinator
The Center of Economic Opportunity (CEO) is searching for a Special Projects Coordinator who has familiarity with program management, research and public policy related to poverty and disparities, and issues facing young people of color. The Special Projects Coordinator will coordinate the design, implementation, program management, and related policy initiatives for the Young Men's Initiative and the Children's Cabinet.

 

For more information on how to apply and for the full description, please see the posting on NYC Jobs by entering Job ID 220998.

 

2) CEO Adisor

The Center of Economic Opportunity is searching for an Advisor who has familiarity with program management, research, policy, and evaluation related to poverty and issues facing young people of color. The Advisor will help to coordinate the design, implementation, program management, and evaluation for the Young Men’s Initiative and the Children's Cabinet.

 

For more information on how to apply and for the full description, please see the posting on NYC Jobs by entering Job ID 221073.

 

3) Social Innovation Fund Senior Program Officer 

The Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City, the Center for Economic Opportunity and the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene are searching for a Senior Program Officer to coordinate the implementation, program management, and evaluation of Connections to Care, a $30 million public-private partnership to evaluate the integration of mental health support at community-based organizations serving low-income and at-risk populations that struggle with unmet mental health needs.

 

For more information on how to apply and for the full description, please see the posting on Idealist or http://bit.ly/1QNuaBc

 

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NYC Office of the Mayor - Multiple (12/17/15)

 

 

MOCS – Business Analyst

http://bit.ly/1m4o2sQ

 

MOCS – Project Manager – Sourcing and Procurement

http://bit.ly/1P5b1sL

 

MOCS – M/WBE Data Analyst

http://bit.ly/1P5b7Av

 

MOSPCE – Event Coordinator

http://bit.ly/1UuL4oH

 

MOIA – DACA Health Access Campaign Coordinator

http://bit.ly/1MsQIV4

 

Research – Media Research Analyst

http://bit.ly/1mm40dz 

 

Correspondence –Staff Writer

http://bit.ly/1NRDrHG

 

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Henry Street Settlement - Teacher Aide (posted 12/16/15)

 

Start Date: As soon as possible

Hours: Part Time, 20 hrs. per week/Monday-Friday

Salary: Commensurate with experience

 

Company Overview: Since 1893, Henry Street has delivered the most effective, compassionate and comprehensive services possible to residents of the Lower East Side.  As a multifaceted not-for-profit, Henry Street provides innovative social services, arts programs and healthcare services from 17 locations throughout the Lower East Side.  Building upon its legacy for innovation and effective programming, Henry Street has grown to offer more than 50 different programs, currently making it one of the most comprehensive settlement house in New York City, as well as one of the City’s largest social service agencies.  Henry Street is governed by a 45-member Board of Directors and is supported by government grants and contracts, as well as foundation, corporate and individual support.

 

Qualifications:

 

Responsibilities:

 

Apply To: Please send resume and cover letter to jobs@henrystreet.org. Indicate "Teacher Aide - Daycare" in subject of e-mail.

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

Henry Street Settlement offers excellent benefits and is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Program.

 

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STRIVE - Coordinator, Young Adult Programs (posted 12/16/15)

 

Our Mission

STRIVE's mission is to help people acquire the life-changing skills and attitudes needed to overcome challenging circumstances, find sustained employment, and become valuable contributors to their families, employers, and communities.

 

Position Summary

STRIVE is seeking a coordinator to oversee programming for young adults including: High School Equivalency and sector-based workforce development training programs.

 

The ideal candidate will have knowledge of youth development principles, a strong desire to help young adults reach their greatest potential, experience working with youth from diverse backgrounds and demonstrated ability to meet performance goals.

 

Responsibilities:

 

Qualifications:

 

STRIVE is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status. Legal work authorization required.

 

Please send a resume and cover letter to: hiring@striveinternational.org

 

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The Door - Resident Assistant (posted 12/16/15)

 

Position: Late night, Part-time Resident Assistant

Supervisor: Program Supervisors, Supportive Housing Program

 

Overview:  The Door’s mission is to empower young people 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 Resident Assistant will report to the Program Supervisors of the Supportive Housing Program providing oversight to ensure building safety, particularly during evening and overnight hours.

 

Responsibilities:

 

Qualifications:

 

Hours:             13 hours/weekly; may include evenings and weekends

 

Salary:            $19.23/hour

Contact:          Send cover letter and resume to:               

https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=ussofny&jobId=21040&lang=en_US&source=CC3

 

The Door is an equal opportunity employer/program

Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities

 

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University Settlement - Family/Child Specialist (posted 12/16/15)

 

Supervisor:       Assistant Director for Child Development and Education

 

Overview:         The Zero to Three Child Development program integrates Early Head Start and Family Child Care services into a single program that offers full-day home-based child care services, family support services and advocacy to low income pregnant women and families with children under three years of age.  The Program provides developmentally appropriate home-based child care, and Home visits to families and family child care

Providers.

 

Responsibilities:

 

Qualifications:

 

Hours: Full time (35 hours per week)

Salary: Low 30s

Contact: Submit cover letter and resume: http://www.universitysettlement.org/us/jobs/early_head_start/fcs_bilingual_chinese/

 

University Settlement is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

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University Settlement - Educational Director (posted 12/7/15)

 

Supervisor: Program Director

 

Overview: Park Slope North is a publicly and privately funded full day, full year child care center in Park Slope, Brooklyn serving children from 2 -5 years.  The program aims at providing a nurturing and stimulating program that seeks to prepare children to enter Kindergarten with the fundamental skills to succeed in school.

 

Responsibilities:

 

Qualifications

 

Hours: Full Time

 

Salary: Competitive and commensurate with experience, plus benefits package

 

Contact: Please submit a cover letter and resume.  

http://www.universitysettlement.org/us/jobs/park_slope_north/psneddirector/

 

 

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University Settlement, Park Slope North Child Development Center - Administrative Director (posted 12/2/15)

 

Supervisor: Sr. 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.

 

Responsibilities:

 

Qualifications:

 

Hours:  35 hour per week

 

Salary:  Commensurate with experience 

 

Contact: Please submit a cover letter and resume to: 

http://www.universitysettlement.org/us/jobs/early_childhood_center/eccadmindir/

 

 

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The Door, Bronx Youth Center - Career Advancement Coach (posted 12/2/15)

 

Supervisor:   Assistant Director of Support Services

 

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 young people, who are in school, out-of-school and out-of work, to assess, set, and obtain their educational and career goals.  CareerED services specifically 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 Career Advancement Coach is responsible for providing intensive support, mentoring, coaching, and case management services to assist Bronx Youth Center participants to successfully move up an education and occupation ladder towards economic self-sufficiency.  Specifically, the Career Advancement Coach will help young adults earn their High School Equivalency degree, enroll college, and/or obtain internships, jobs and advanced occupational skills training as well as provide retention support services after a young person is placed in college or employment. In this capacity, the Career Advancement Coach will be the primary point person for the young person during the duration of his/her participation at The Bronx Youth Center working closely with  instructors, learning strategists, internship, college, and job placement staff at The Bronx Youth Center to ensure the young person is meeting his/her career and education goals.  

 

Responsibilities:

 

Qualifications and Requirements:

 

Hours: 35 hours per week; occasionally evenings and weekends 

 

Salary: Upper 30s to Low 40s

 

Contact: Please use the link to apply for the position.  

https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=ussofny&jobId=10126&lang=en_US&source=CC2

 

 

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CAMBA - Job Developer (posted 12/1/15)

 

CAMBA’s comprehensive Workforce Development programs annually provide over 1,800 low income community members with employment, education, training, benefits access, financial literacy and English language services. CAMBA specializes in assisting those with special barriers to employment including low skilled workers, long-term unemployed, immigrants and refugees, limited English speakers, formerly homeless, seniors, formerly incarcerated, trauma survivors and victims of human trafficking. These programs are performance-based, and success is measured by meeting enrollment, employment placement, training, retention and case management goals.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:  The person filling this position is expected, under general supervision, to: (1) develop and maintain employer relationships with the goal of identifying and meeting their HR needs; (2) match appropriate clients with appropriate job openings and arrange for interviews; and (3) persuade both prospective employers and client applicants of the features and advantages of CAMBA's job placement services, with a view toward long-term retention​.

 

MINIMUM EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

 

High school diploma or G.E.D. and two years of applicable experience or Bachelor's degree (B.A.) and/or equivalent experience.

 

For more information and to apply, visit www.camba.org/careers

 

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Henry Street Settlement - Community Health Worker (CHW) (posted 12/1/15)

 

Primary & Behavioral Health/Neighborhood Resource Center

Start Date: As soon as possible

Hours: Full time, temporary (15 months), 35 hours per week (9 AM to 5 PM and/or evening, weekend hours)

Salary: $40,000

 

Organization Overview: 

Since 1893, Henry Street has delivered the most effective, compassionate and comprehensive services possible to residents of the Lower East Side.  As a multifaceted not-for-profit, Henry Street provides innovative social services, arts programs and healthcare services from 17 locations throughout the Lower East Side.  Building upon its legacy for innovation and effective programming, Henry Street has grown to offer more than 50 different programs, currently making it one of the most comprehensive settlement house in New York City, as well as one of the City’s largest social service agencies.  Henry Street is governed by a 45-member Board of Directors and is supported by government grants and contracts, as well as foundation, corporate and individual support.

 

NYU Medical Center, in partnership with Henry Street Settlement, is starting a program to help improve the health and well-being of people living in two apartment buildings on the Lower East Side.  Community Health Workers (CHWs) will be hired to reach out to the residents of these buildings, understand their needs, connect them to services in the community, and support their efforts to improve their health and the health of their families.  Community Health Workers are playing a growing role in the health care field, so this is an exciting opportunity for compassionate people who are interested in developing the skills that will allow them to pursue this profession and help improve the lives of others.  

 

Qualifications:

 

Responsibilities:

 

Apply To: Please send resume and cover letter to jobs@henrystreet.org. Indicate "Community Health Worker" in subject of e-mail.

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

Henry Street Settlement offers excellent benefits and is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Program. 

 

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