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Substance Abuse Counselor

Substance Abuse Counselor for BCHS Inc.

Posted: Feb 05, 2016

Location: Brooklyn, NY

Act as a Substance Abuse Counselor on a multi-disciplinary service team in a 97 bed supported Single Room Occupancy.

Substance Abuse Counselor Post Date: Feb 05, 2016 Type: Full Time Start Date: immediate Salary: $40000.00 Location: US - New York - Brooklyn Job Reference: NG_SAC

Skills:

* Bachelors degree required * CASAC(or eligible) preferred. * Three years experience with homeless and mentally ill, plus thorough knowledge of substance abuse issues as they pertain to the Mentally Ill Chemically Addicted population. Job Description: Act as a Substance Abuse Counselor on a multi-disciplinary service team in a 97 bed supported Single Room Occupancy.

Duties include:

* Coordination of internal trainings to both residents and staff in the areas of Relapse Prevention, Crisis Management, Peer Counseling, and etc. * Design activities for those in recovery that support the development of independent living skills. * Carry a caseload of Navy Green residents and perform all relevant activities including timely services plan, reviews, psycho-socials, progress notes, etc. *Document Substance Abuse services provided during all interactions with participants throughout the agency. *Document all activities related to Substance Abuse Counseling and submitting a monthly report that reflects Substance Abuse interventions and outcomes by way of a newsletter * Participate in Utilization Reviews and Incident Reviews * Participate in Intake Committee process for resident applicants and design activities that support the development of independent living skills * Work closely with team of Case Managers, Senior Case Manager and the Program Director to ensure that an integrated approach to the provision of Psych Rehab Services and program activities occurs. * Teach and encourage positive social behaviors, conflict resolution and joint planning of community building activities. * Provide crisis intervention services which may extend to calling 911 and/or accompanying a resident to the hospital. * Provide advocacy and linkage for residents in regard to Substance Abuse treatment and aftercare services. * Creation of agency wide linkages with community providers of substance abuse services such as MICA detox and long term rehab programs.

Comments: Submit resume and cover letter with Salary History (attachments as MS Word Documents or PDF please for email responses) to: Contact Details Name: BCHS, Inc. HR Dept. Address: 105 Carlton Avenue City: Brooklyn State/Province: New York Zipcode: 11205 Country: United States Ph: No Phone Calls Please FAX: 718-625-0635 Email: HR@BCHANDS.ORG

Type: Full-Time

Contact: HR@bchands.org

MICA SPECIALIST

MICA SPECIALIST for BCHS Inc.

Posted: Feb 05, 2016

Location: BROOKLYN, NY

As a member of a program that supports the development and maintenance of independent living skills for persons with mental illness and concurring diagnosis of substance abuse, counseling and other support services to residents in the Apartment Program.

Skills: CASAC or CASACT eligible. BA required. Experience in working in a residential program for dually diagnosed, mentally ill, substance abusers required. Excellent skills in group-work in addition to oral and written communication necessary.

Responsibilities:

As a member of a program that supports the development and maintenance of independent living skills for persons with mental illness and concurring diagnosis of substance abuse, counseling and other support services to residents in the Apartment Program. Duties include Administrative: 1. provide internal training to both resident and staff in areas of Substance Abuse, engagement, modified therapeutic community philosophy, etc. 2. develop a resource guide of treatment providers – detox, long-term rehab MICA programs, etc. Documentation Activities: Complete timely documentation of all client services is to be maintained in the case record. The case record is the representation of all the work done on behalf of the Agency’s clients. It is also a legal document, therefore, the case record should reflect the highest standards of service and presentation. 1. Assist case manager and resident in writing Admission Note, indicating Substance Abuse services that are provided on the day a resident moves into the program 2. Document Substance Abuse services provided during the apartment visits in progress notes, service plans and quarterly reviews in a timely manner, according to Tickler System. 3. Document Medicaid Billable Notes and submit for review in a timely manner. 4. Document all activities relating to Substance Abuse counseling and treatment appointments, collateral contacts, etc. 5. Prepare psychosocials as required. 6. Complete Travel Expense via Paycheck weekly. QA. Activities: 1. Participate in Utilization Reviews, Incident Reviews. 2. QMHS Program Activities: 1. Attend all staff meetings, clinical conferences, training seminars and other meetings assigned. 2. Participate in Intake Committee on rotating basis. Design activities that support the development of independent living skills. 3. Co-facilitate Substance Abuse groups in relapse prevention, Double Recovery, Harm Reduction and Medication Management with the goal of empowering residents to assume leadership. Client Services: Working closely with Residential Counselors, Case Managers to ensure an integrated approach to the provision of Psych Rehab Services and program activities. 1. Make regularly scheduled visits to assigned caseloads in their apartments, focusing on identifying and agreeing upon Substance Abuse needs and goals within the framework of Psych Rehab. 2. Work with apartment roommates to promote smooth functioning of apartment by: teaching and encouraging positive social and citizenship behaviors, conflict resolution, and joint planning of apartment-centered activities. 3. Provide first-line availability for crisis intervention which may extend to calling 911 and/or accompanying a resident to the hospital. 4. Provide advocacy and linkage for residents in regard to Substance Abuse treatment, providers, etc.

Comments: Submit Resume and Cover Letter with Salary History (attachments as PDF or MS Word Documents please for e-mail responses). Contact Details Name: BCHS, Inc. HR Dept. Address: 105 Carlton Avenue City: Brooklyn State/Province: New York Zipcode: 11205 Country: United States Ph: No Phone Calls Please FAX: 718-625-0635 Email: HR@BCHANDS.ORG

Type: FULL-TIME

Contact: HR@BCHANDS.ORG

Program Director- Lafayette

Program Director- Lafayette for Odyssey House

Posted: Feb 03, 2016

Location: Bronx, NY

Responsible for the day to day operation and coordination of an OASAS 819 certified and funded residential services program.  She/he is responsible for oversight of job performance, guidance of all program employees and for the direct supervision of designated subordinate staff. Requirement: Qualified Mental Health Professional (e.g. LCSW, LMSW, LMHC, CRC, Ph.D., MSN, CASAC etc.). Master’s Level Clinical Degree preferred or Bachelor’s Degree and 5 years administrative or clinical experience working with target population.

MAJOR FUNCTIONS: Responsible for the day to day operation and coordination of an OASAS 819 certified and funded residential services program. She/he is responsible for oversight of job performance, guidance of all program employees and for the direct supervision of designated subordinate staff. She/he is responsible for maintaining OASAS regulatory compliance and assuring that programs operate in accordance with Odyssey House organizational standards.

SPECIFIC DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Develop and monitor program systems, policies and procedures. 2. Maintain good relations with and act as liaison to the state monitoring agency. 3. Act as liaison to funding and referral sources, the community-at-large, and the corporate officers. 4. Assure that all Utilization Review, Quality Assurance and Incident Reporting activities are conducted in accordance with Odyssey House policies and applicable regulatory standards. 5. Supervise the maintenance of adequate and up-to-date records on all residents, as well as supervise record-keeping responsibilities of staff in accordance with applicable regulatory standards and Odyssey House policies. 6. Ensure clinical and operational support coverage for facility and maintain on call telephone accessibility on an ongoing basis. 7. Monitor admissions procedure to ensure compliance with OASAS guidelines. 8. Accurately submit and review data submitted to HRA STARS. 9. Responsible for ensuring the overall cleanliness and maintenance of the facility; ensure compliance with safety and physical plant standards. 10. Prepare all proposals and reports as needed. 11. Acts as resident advocate, assuring that all residents’ rights are respected and that all grievances and complaints are addressed in a timely and equitable manner in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations. 12. Prepare monthly reports for the Senior Manager responsible for clinical oversight. 13. Prepare annual work plan. 14. Responsible for all personnel actions, including recruitment, hiring, evaluation, promotion, disciplinary action and separation of program staff. 15. Assures that all program staff members are adequately trained. 16. Provides and implements formal orientation plan to newly hired direct subordinate staff. 17. Provides direct supervision for designated staff as per Odyssey House policies. 18. Prepare written annual evaluations on staff under his/her supervision. Review evaluations of all program staff. 19. Comply with all OASAS regulations and participate in the certification process. 20. Conduct regular clinical and administrative meetings with staff. 21. Provide ongoing training for program staff and participate in Odyssey House in-service trainings. 22. Lead quality management activities. 23. Other relevant duties as assigned by the Director of Adult Residential Services.

REQUIREMENTS: EDUCATION/TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

1. Master’s Level Clinical Degree preferred or Bachelor’s Degree and 5 years administrative or clinical experience working with target population. 2. 2 years of experience in administration and one year in a clinical, mental health, housing or chemical dependency setting. 3. Qualified Mental Health Professional (e.g. LCSW, LMSW, LMHC, CRC, Ph.D., MSN, CASAC etc.). 4. Proficiency with computer operation (Microsoft Word, Excel, Electronic Health Record and Outlook programs 5. Must be able to work a flexible schedule. 6. This position will require availability as needed including on call responsibilities.

Type: Full-time

Contact: vbrown@odysseyhouseinc.org

Program Director Harbor

Program Director Harbor for Odyssey House

Posted: Feb 03, 2016

Location: New York, NY

The Program Director will be responsible for the oversight of Odyssey House’s 121 beds SP-SRO supported housing program located in the Bronx for single adult men and women with severe mental illness. Required Qualified Mental Health Professional (e.g. LCSW, LMSW, LMHC, CRC, Ph.D., MSN, CASAC, etc.)

MAJOR FUNCTIONS:

The Program Director will be responsible for the oversight of Odyssey House’s 121 beds SP-SRO supported housing program located in the Bronx for single adult men and women with severe mental illness. He/she is responsible for the actions, job performance and guidance of all program employees and for the direct supervision of the staff. He/she is responsible for maintaining regulatory compliance and Odyssey House organizational standards.

REQUIREMENTS: EDUACTION/TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

1. Master’s Level Clinical Degree and 5 years administrative of clinical experience working with target population. 2. 2 years experience in administration and one year in a clinical, mental health, housing or chemical dependency setting. 3. Required Qualified Mental Health Professional (e.g. LCSW, LMSW, LMHC, CRC, Ph.D., MSN, CASAC, etc.) 4. Must be able to work a flexible schedule. 5. This position will require availability as needed including on-call responsibilities.

Type: Full- time

Contact: vbrown@odysseyhouseinc.org

High School Tutor

High School Tutor for Henry Street

Posted: Feb 02, 2016

Location: New York, NY

High School Tutor Education/Youth Services 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:

Available Mondays and Wednesdays 2:00-5:00pm with possible additional hours Current college enrollment or bachelor’s degree preferred At least two years of experience tutoring adolescents in math required Experience with group workshop facilitation preferred Strong verbal and written communication skills Ability to engage, build relationships, and demonstrate empathy with adolescents Strong organizational skills and ability to coordinate multiple tasks and responsibilities Capacity to work independently and collaboratively with staff members Ability to work efficiently and effectively under pressure Ability to display cultural competence Computer proficiency including Microsoft Word and Excel, email correspondence, and database management

Responsibilities:

Provide structured tutoring, homework assistance, and basic academic advisement to 40+ sophomore high school students Facilitate small group and larger classroom workshops on a variety of topics surrounding academics, attendance, and both college and career readiness Collaborate with counselors and social workers on student tutoring/academic intervention plans Coordinate/Collaborate with a team of volunteer tutors Build relationships with both Henry Street Settlement and DOE school staff Participate in weekly team meetings Maintain timely and consistent attendance Other related duties as assigned by supervisor

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

Type: Part time

Contact: jobs@henrystreet.org

Senior Social Worker

Senior Social Worker for Henry Street

Posted: Feb 02, 2016

Location: New York, NY

Senior Social Worker CCC Primary & Behavioral Health/ Community Consultation Center (CCC) Start Date: ASAP Hours: Full Time Salary: Hourly, 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.

Qualifications:

LMSW, LHMC or LCSW required At least 5 years clinical experience Bilingual ( English/ Spanish a Plus) Familiarity with Electronic Health Records a plus Experience in SA treatment required (Harm Reduction etc.) Knowledge working with HIV/AIDS impacted individuals and families / Chronic Disease Management

Responsibilities:

Clinical staff supervision of small NYCHA/ HASA residence housing 13 families living with Immunological Disorders Interest in developing and conducting workshops around Community Health and HIV Supervision of 2 LMSW staff, providing Performance Evaluations for these individuals Provide Substance abuse counseling for identified clients Carry case load of up to 20 cases for individual and/or group clinic treatment Other related duties as assigned by supervisor

One 1pm -8pm work shift required

Apply To: Email Cover Letter and Resume to jobs@henrystreet.org. In the subject line, please indicate job title "Senior Social Worker" 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

Type: Full time

Contact: jobs@henrystreet.org

Program Assistant to VP for Programs

Program Assistant to VP for Programs for Comunilife

Posted: Feb 02, 2016

Location: Bronx, NY

The Program Assistant is a confidential position providing high-level administrative and program support to the Vice President of Programs. Responsibilities include collecting data, preparing and organizing statistical and program reports; handling client and staff matters, as assigned. The Program Assistant will also perform functions such as preparing correspondence, greeting visitors, arranging conference calls, and scheduling meetings. In addition to the reporting and administrative duties, the Executive/Program Assistant will require a working knowledge of the VP duties and job functions in order to properly assist in the accomplishment of those duties. This position requires judgment, discretion, poise and excellent written and oral skills, and must have a flexible work schedule.

Responsibilities

• Provide confidential administrative support for VP for Programs including scheduling, word processing, preparing spreadsheets, maintaining files and other general office duties. • Refine internal reporting systems to provide information on key program indicators. Produce monthly reports for all Program Managers • Develop systems to track and share administrative information with program sites • Refine and oversee a system to monitor regulatory compliance and funder reporting for mental health and HIV programs; • Work with facilities management, human resources and finance to address program needs. Provide additional support and troubleshooting when needed; • Receive, respond to, and/or direct clients complaints and/or concerns; • Work in collaboration with QI staff and program managers to develop and improve policies and procedures under the direction of the VP of Programs; • Develop a system for tracking relevant RFPs; research new funding opportunities; oversee the submission of proposals; • Assist in the development and writing of proposals; • Establish and maintain tickler file Re: licenses, due dates for grant, progress reports and re-submissions, etc • Perform other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

• Must be detail oriented, organized and efficient. Able to improve administrative systems and create reports from data. • Able to work independently, learn quickly and to accomplish multiple assignments simultaneously. • Effective high-level writing and communication skills. • Community minded, patient, creative, flexible, compassionate, and culturally sensitive to persons who are diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness. • Able to accommodate flexible working hours; including evenings, weekends and holidays. • Ability to communicate and interact with others tactfully and diplomatically, including COMUNILIFE executives, Sr. Staff, managers, employees, federal, State, and City officials, professional and technical groups, clients, and the general public. JOB SPECIFICATIONS Education and Experience Requirement(s) Bachelors Degree in Social Work, Human Services or related field required. Masters Degree in Social Work Administration and or Administration/Clinical, Public Administration, Human Services or related field preferred. 1-2 years of field experience in Mental Health and HIV/AIDS programs performing administrative and clinical work. Some management experience is helpful. Bilingual in Spanish/English, required. Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Physical Demands Walking and climbing stairs; regular travel within 5 boroughs Certifications & Licenses Required A valid driver’s license helpful. Working Conditions General office environment; must travel throughout boroughs regularly

To apply please visit our website at http://comunilife.iapplicants.com or send your resume to recruitment@comunilife.org

Type: Full-time

Contact: To apply please visit our website at http://comunilife.iapplicants.com or send your resume to recruitment@comunilife.org

Sr. Director of Sojourner House & Wilson Commencement

Sr. Director of Sojourner House & Wilson Commencement for Pathstone

Posted: Jan 26, 2016

Location: Rochester, NY

Provide leadership, strategy and vision for Sojourner House at PathStone, Inc. and Wilson Commencement Park to fulfill its mission and execute the strategic plan. Primary responsibility for all program operations, including overseeing fundraising efforts and all aspects of governance.  Serve as organizational spokesperson between Sojourner House and Wilson Commencement Park and the Rochester community, being the face of both organizations in the community.  Integral part of team responsible for developing, managing, coordinating and evaluating continuation and expansion of the resident services program.

Requirements:

• Oversee Sojourner House at PathStone, Inc., and Wilson Commencement Park, providing leadership necessary to ensure that the staff and Board of Directors effectively implement the' mission of Sojourner House at PathStone, Inc. • Research, develop and implement effective strategies to help individuals and families served by Sojourner/WCP to progress to self- sufficiency and live a responsible and meaningful life. • Provide strategic and administrative leadership of Sojourner House/WCP and resident services team members as they execute programmatic responsibilities to meet established outcomes. • Responsible for budgets for all programs of Sojourner House at PathStone, Inc./WCP and for ensuring that grant reporting, data management, HMIS, etc. are completed in an accurate and timely manner by assigned staff. • Implement the Sojourner House at PathStone, Inc./WCP and PathStone Corporation resident services mission and strategic agenda by building and maintaining meaningful partnerships with relevant PathStone services, community organizations public entities, business alliances, cultural institutes, and existing and potential donors. • Successfully raise enough public and private funds to support the mission and yearly budget of Sojourner House/WCP and PathStone resident services program as approved by the Board of Directors of Sojourner House at PathStone, Inc. and Sr. VP of Property Management of PathStone Corporation. • Oversee grant writing process, responsible for quality and content of all applications submitted • Serve as communication link between participant and community issues and Board members and staff. • Manage and evaluate a Rochester focused program designed to create personal assets, improve educational outcomes and create communities of choice for residents and their families in selected PathStone affordable housing properties.

Qualifications:

• Minimum of I0 years of education, training and/or experience in coordinating transformative services for individuals and families residing in emergency, transitional and permanent affordable housing. • Must demonstrate proven ability to develop and implement strategies that will provide shelter, structure, strength and inspiration to individuals and families in need so that they are prepared to lead responsible and meaningful lives. • Bachelor's Degree required, Master's Degree preferred. • Compassionate engagement with clients and advocacy for families served by Sojourner and PathStone. • Strong business management skills, demonstrated by sophisticated understanding of not-for-profit financial management and programmatic administration. • Demonstrated competence in private philanthropic, corporate and public fundraising including ability to frame a compelling appeal • Excellent oral and written communication skills, public speaking experience essential. • Strong knowledge base of community resources and solid community network. • Ability to relate and interact with governmental agencies and politicians.

Type: Full-time

Contact: Kathryn Bryan kbryan@pathstone.org

Case Aide - Brooklyn Safe Haven

Case Aide - Brooklyn Safe Haven for Breaking Ground

Posted: Jan 26, 2016

Location: Brooklyn, NY

The Case Aide is responsible for assisting the Safe Haven Program with service delivery to co-occurring formerly chronically homeless individuals. The Programs goal is to maintain housing stabilization within Breaking Ground throughout New York City.

Breaking Ground formerly known as Common Ground is currently looking for a Case Aid to join our team. Breaking Ground (BG) is opening two new Safe Haven programs in located in Brooklyn, NY. BG Safe Havens serve as transitional housing for chronically street homeless men referred by Breaking Ground’s Street to Home program and other outreach programs. BG Safe Havens offers an alternative to life on the street: private, safe, clean, and affordable short-term accommodations. The programs embrace a housing first and harm reduction philosophy with an aim at helping residents secure appropriate permanent housing. On-site case management and clinical services are available to meet the needs of its residents and to help them secure permanent housing. The Case Aide is responsible for assisting the Safe Haven Program with service delivery to co-occurring formerly chronically homeless individuals. The Programs goal is to maintain housing stabilization within Breaking Ground throughout New York City.

  • ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
  • Manage a small caseload of dully diagnosed clients
  • Conduct Field visits/Home visits
  • Assist with Admission/Discharges
  • Escort clients to appointments
  • Leadership of Program's Newsletter/Recreation Outings and Clients Advisory Board
  • Provide vocational support
  • Attend clinical meetings and Trainings
  • Develop and maintain charts Implementation of harm reduction model
  • Performs other related duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS :

  • Two years related work experience
  • Knowledge of vocational programs
  • Familiarity with substance abuse, mental health, homelessness issues and vocational training resources
  • Strong communication, creative writing and exceptional interpersonal skills communication skills
  • Microsoft Office Suite and electronic record keeping
  • High School Diploma/GED

To Apply: www.breakingground.org EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled

Type: Full-Time

Contact: www.breakingground.org

Operations Manager - Brooklyn Safe Haven

Operations Manager - Brooklyn Safe Haven for Breaking Ground

Posted: Jan 26, 2016

Location: Brooklyn, NY

The Operations Manager works closely with the Program Director and Clinical Coordinator to resolve crises and to work collaboratively towards securing permanent housing for chronically homeless adults.  Additionally, the Operations Manager oversees maintenance and use of the program's vehicle, helps the PD to develop and implement procedures and protocol related to facilities management, and safety.  The Operations Manager will be available during off hours as needed to provide direction to House Managers.

Breaking Ground formerly known as Common Ground is currently looking for an Operations Manager to join its team. Breaking Ground (BG) is opening two new Safe Haven programs in located in Brooklyn, NY. BG Safe Havens serve as transitional housing for chronically street homeless men referred by Breaking Ground’s Street to Home program and other outreach programs. BG Safe Havens offers an alternative to life on the street: private, safe, clean, and affordable short-term accommodations. The programs embrace a housing first and harm reduction philosophy with an aim at helping residents secure appropriate permanent housing. On-site case management and clinical services are available to meet the needs of its residents and to help them secure permanent housing. The Operations Manager works closely with the Program Director and Clinical Coordinator to resolve crises and to work collaboratively towards securing permanent housing for chronically homeless adults. Additionally, the Operations Manager oversees maintenance and use of the program's vehicle, helps the PD to develop and implement procedures and protocol related to facilities management, and safety. The Operations Manager will be available during off hours as needed to provide direction to House Managers.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  • Supervise all Residential Aides Liaise and coordinate operations and services
  • Develop policies and procedures related to the facilities aspects of the program
  • Work collaboratively with Program Director and Clinical Coordinator regarding clients stay at the Safe Haven and their transition to permanent housing
  • Performs other related duties as assigned

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

EXPERIENCE A minimum of five years related work experience with at least two years in a supervisory capacity. Must develop solid working relationships with Jamaica Y residents and personnel. Must develop and maintain strong working relationships with DHS staff, human service providers and vendors. SKILLS Knowledge of Fire & Safety systems and security camera systems. Must be able to develop and conduct evacuation plans and drills. Must be able to work with individuals with substance abuse and mental health issues. EDUCATION Bachelor degree or equivalent experience. COMPUTER SKILLS Microsoft Office Suite. Clinical Management Software SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) The incumbent will manage Residential Aides and be on call 24/7 To Apply: www.breakingground.org EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled

Type: Full-Time

Contact: www.breakingground.org

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