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Current Career Opportunities
 
 
JULY 2014
 
YOUTH & FAMILY FIELD COUNSELOR (PDF) >>
ESPERANZA NY


Esperanza is a community-based alternative-to-incarceration program working with young people who have cases in family and/or adult (Criminal/Supreme) court. They provide direct therapeutic services to youth and their families in their own homes and communities across the five boroughs of New York City. Building on their clients’ strengths, they help them work toward achieving their goals.
 
DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATOR (PDF) >>
KINGSBROOK JEWISH MEDICAL CENTER


The Chair of Psychiatry at Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center is looking to hire a departmental administrator. This is a full-time position for someone with both clinical and administrative acumen.
 
COMMUNITY ORGANIZER (PDF) >>
COLLEGE AND COMMUNITY FELLOWSHIP (CCF)


The Community Organizer will assist CCF in carrying out a strategy designed to expand the number of CCF program participants and the number of supporters engaged in our advocacy campaigns through community meetings, coalition membership recruitment, mobilization, campaign coordination and leadership development. Our current areas of concentration are providing educational support to formerly incarcerated women, and housing the Education from the Inside Out (EIO) Coalition. The ideal candidate has two years community organizing experience, superior public speaking skills in both large and small group settings, exceptional computer skills, and familiarity with social networking tools.
 
VOCATIONAL TRAINER (PDF) >>
KEN'S KREW, INC.


Ken's Krew, Inc. is seeking motivated, energetic professional, former special ed teacher or similar, to join them as a part-time vocational trainer in Northern New Jersey.  
 
POLITICAL DIRECTOR (PDF) >>
THE NEW AMERICAN LEADERS PROJECT (NALP)


The New American Leaders Project (NLP) is looking for a dynamic and experienced political director to identify and recruit candidates, strengthen and deepen training models, and provide appropriate support and alumni development to help immigrant leaders run for office, seek appointed office and work on campaigns.  This is a unique opportunity to build a new role within the organization, using opportunities and lessons derived from the first three years of programming.
 
FAMILY SOCIAL WORKER (PDF) >>
AFRICAN SERVICES COMMITTEE

JOB SUMMARY: Supervise family case management staff who provide services to African and Caribbean families and collaterals living with HIV/AIDS. Coordinate response to psychosocial, medical, mental health, family planning,
permanency planning, legal, housing, and entitlement requirements of HIV+ individuals and affected family members. Conduct comprehensive assessments and develop comprehensive service plans for individuals/families
infected/affected by HIV/AIDS.
 
SEVERAL POSITIONS AVAILABLE (PDF) >>
OPEN DOOR FAMILY MEDICAL CENTERS

Open Door Family Medical Centers has been serving low-income, under-served residents and those lacking access to health care in the commuinities of Westchester and Putnam counties for more than 40 years, providing high quality primary health care and human services at affordable prices.  Open Door's nationally renowned Community Health Center sites, mobile dentistry units, school-based health programs, and its family practice and dental residency training programs, deliver exceptional value to both patients and the communities it serves, dedicated to engaging men, women and children in healthier lifestyles and and creating healthier communities.
 
FFT THERAPIST (PDF) >>
CHILDREN'S AID SOCIETY

The Children’s Aid Society is seeking qualified social service professionals to fill positions in our Functional Family Therapy (FFT) Program in Staten Island. This program provides short term, intensive, home/community-based therapeutic preventive services to adolescents and their families who have received a report of abuse and neglect to prevent placement and stabilize families.
 
PATIENT CARE COORDINATOR (PDF) >>
THE SPENCER COX CENTER FOR HEALTH

The Spencer Cox Center for Health of Mount Sinai St. Luke’s and Mount Sinai Roosevelt Hospitals is seeking a Care Coordinator for the Care Coordination Program. The Care Coordinator plays a key role in assessing and supporting Care Coordination patients in collaboration with the multidisciplinary Spencer Cox team. Care Coordination is a program based on the case management model that assists patients in accessing HIV care, communicating with providers, obtaining needed social services, and initiating or adhering to antiretroviral treatment while providing education and capacity building to help patients become self-sufficient.
 
COMMUNITY HEALTH ADVOCATE (PDF) >>
THE SPENCER COX CENTER FOR HEALTH

The Community Health Advocateis responsible for the day-to-day medical and social services support, treatment
adherence and health education of patients enrolled in the program. The Community Health Advocate is part of an interdisciplinary team that includes medical providers, social workers and Patient Care Coordinators.
 
(2) POSITIONS AVAILABLE (PDF) >>
FEDERATION OF ORGANIZATIONS


The Federation of Organizations is currently seeking staff to fill the positions of Program Supervisor, P.O.W.E.R. Program and Supervisor, Evening Drop In Program.
 
SOCIAL WORKER (PDF) >>
PROJECT FIND


Project FIND, a well established agency devoted to helping older adults meet needs for housing, nutrition and socializing, seeks a full-time Social Worker to coordinate services for independent elderly and disabled tenants in our Supportive Housing Residence, The Hargrave. The Social Worker will provide all aspects of case management, tenant outreach, information and referral. Many of the tenants have a history of homelessness, mental illness or substance abuse. Supportive housing experience a plus.
 
RECEPTIONIST - PART TIME/TEMP (PDF) >>
CHILD GUIDANCE CENTER OF SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT


The Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut, a non-profit agency headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut, seeks an enthusiastic, flexible, customer service-oriented professional to manage the front desk responsibilities on a part-time (approximately 15 hours/week), temporary (July to November) basis. This position
presents the opportunity to work in a mission driven organization with a staff dedicated to helping children and families.
 
 

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