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Development Associate

The Development Associate will assist the Director of Development in executing development projects from inception to...

Posted: Sep 15, 2021
Location: Rochester, NY
Type: full-time

Job Responsibilities

1. Collect due diligence documents (i.e. zoning codes, deeds, demographics, photos). 2. Prepare and maintain project budgets. (i.e. input data into existing spreadsheets). 3. Assist in preparing funding applications. (i.e. HCR 9%, HUD, NYSERDA, RFPs). 4. Prepare meeting material (handouts, agendas, keeping minutes, distributing notes, etc). 5. Attend and participate in stakeholder meetings. 6. Documenting and following up on important actions and decisions from meetings. 7. Assess project risks and work in collaboration with Director of Housing Development to provide solutions where applicable. 8. Ensure project deadlines are met. 9. Assemble closing documents for construction and permanent loan closings. 10. Organize, update, and maintain development files. 11. Assist with research on potential new projects, creating a project management calendar for fulling each goal and objective. Attend Agency staff meetings and trainings, as needed. 12. Cross-train with Office Manager on Administration Duties 13. Other duties, as requested by Director of Housing Development and Executive Staff

Job Requirements

• Bachelor’s Degree in architecture, business, urban studies, or related field (preferred). • 2+ years related job experience in business, city/urban/regional planning, architecture, real estate development, real estate law, housing, or related fields (preferred). • Interest in real estate development and affordable housing • Familiarity with LIHTC and/or other affordable housing applications

How to Apply

All applicants should complete the online application and upload a resume and cover letter using the following format "LastName_Resume".

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Contact: Angela Eicholtz

Clinical Case Manager (Residential)

The Clinical Case Manager promotes client wellness and autonomy through advocacy, assessment, planning, communication,...

Posted: Sep 14, 2021
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Type: Full-time

Job Responsibilities

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES: · Supports and advocates for residents on client caseload (total number to be determined). · Establishes and maintains therapeutic relationships with clients, maintaining professional boundaries and a non-judgmental, unbiased approach. · Conducts psychosocial assessments of clients. · In conjunction with clients, develops individualized service plans to promote client health, well-being and independence. · Links high risk & geriatric residents (65+) with appropriate providers and resources throughout the continuum of health and human services and care settings, in accordance with residents’ needs and values. · Provides preventative monitoring of all high risk & geriatric residents in crisis and decompensation to reduce hospitalizations. · Serves as clinical liaison for high risk psychiatric hospitalizations via communication and visits. · Maintains weekly contacts with medical & mental health providers for high risk & geriatric residents. · Monitors medical appointments and escorts residents to scheduled and unscheduled psychiatric/medical care. · Provides medication education and monitoring to high risk & geriatric residents in need of additional support. · Assists residents and their families/caregivers in navigating the elder care system to meet their needs. · Ensures Advance Directives, Healthcare Proxies, and other planning documents are in place to help aging adults maintain their independence and age in place within a supportive setting. · Advocates for safe, effective, client-centered, timely, efficient, and equitable geriatric care to promote aging in place. · Organizes, facilitates, and escorts residents as needed for on/off-site activities. · Manages two or more ongoing groups; tracks client participation. · Conducts monthly unit inspections and ensures proper follow-up to findings, including assisting residents as needed. · Maintains the list of high-risk residents, updating the list weekly. · Conducts intake interviews for new residents, completing assessments and paperwork in line with program and funder standards. · Maintains client records as “audit-ready” at all times as required by program funding sources. This includes, but is not limited to, recording progress notes, constructing service plans, updating medical and mental health information, and completing psychosocial assessments. = · Handles other job-related duties as assigned by supervisor. · Adheres to confidentiality protocols outlined by the agency. · Performs other duties as assigned by the Program Director and/or Supervisor of Social Services. · Represents Lutheran Social Service of New York’s mission, values, and ethics, and upholds agency Code of Conduct at all times. The Clinical Case Manager is classified as an essential worker, and as such, accepts responsibility for the completion of their critical services to clients on site, even during times of emergency. These include, but are not limited to, emergencies caused by: weather, nationwide pandemics, civil unrest, and domestic threat.

Job Requirements

QUALIFICATIONS EDUCATION: · Master’s Degree (MA/MSW) in social work, psychology, sociology or human services. EXPERIENCE: · 2 years’ experience in case management with a high need population. · Working knowledge of issues related to homelessness, HIV, substance abuse, mental illness, entitlements, and elder care programs. SKILLS & ABILITIES: · Bilingual in Spanish and English preferred. · Strong spoken and written expression. · Strong time management skills; able to handle multiple tasks and assignments at once as well as adhere to the punctuality of a set schedule. · Able to establish therapeutic relationships with residents. · High tolerance and sensitivity for difficult behaviors associated with high risk & geriatric residents. · Able to maintain appropriate boundaries with residents and other staff. · Able to cultivate positive working relationships within the Agency and with external agencies. · Crisis Intervention skills. · Willing to participate in continuing education. · Flexible; available to work holidays and weekends. · Familiar with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). · Proficient in internet navigation, E-mail, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Word. This position description contains the major responsibilities required to perform this job. These responsibilities may change at any time to meet the needs of our clients, residents or agency. DATE REVISED: 7/26/21

How to Apply

Email resumes to cgraham@lssny.org or apply on indeed.com

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Contact: cgraham@lssny.org

Clinical Staff Worker

The Bridge is seeking a Clinical Staff Worker for its Outpatient Behavioral Health Program.

Posted: Sep 03, 2021
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full-Time

Job Responsibilities

Provide individual and group counseling and substance use treatment to clients; provide individual and group therapy; participate in interdisciplinary team meetings for the development of treatment plans and treatment plan reviews; complete documentation in a timely manner; oversee the day-to-day need of client population (i.e., stipends, requests, job functions, routine disciplinary measures, etc.); ensure that the daily schedule of groups and activities are carried out; attend meetings as required; collaborate with a multi-disciplinary team to provide adults with person-centered substance use treatment, rehabilitation, and mental health services; complete required documentation in a timely and high-quality manner; work collaboratively with clients, their families, and community partners to assist clients in achieving their treatment and recovery goals; coordinate client care through close involvement with hospitals, substance use treatment facilities, probation, and parole, etc; complete psychosocial, substance abuse and other treatment related assessments; collaborate with the client in the creation of individualized service plans, and crisis/relapse prevention plans; use evidence based individual and group treatments in the areas of substance abuse and mental health to address client needs (e.g., cognitive behavioral therapy, harm reduction, motivational interviewing, trauma -informed care); identify or develop substance abuse, mental health, and physical health group curricula to support recovery; provide services to assist clients with needs such as family support, housing, entitlements, employment, education, vocational interests, community integration, and connection to physical health care; provide services to assist clients with needs such as legal advocacy, navigating the criminal justice system, and coordination with legal agencies and other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

Master’s degree in the social or behavioral sciences preferred. LMHC, LMSW, LCSW or the ability to acquire the certification preferred; mental health and group experience preferred; excellent communication skills, both verbal and written; preferred knowledge of AWARDS and the internet; willingness to learn and participate in trauma informed training's and intervention; knowledge of theories, principles, and techniques of individual and group counseling, substance use services and harm reduction and knowledge of the principles of recording and report writing. Physical Demands: Regularly required to speak clearly and hear the spoken word well; regularly required to physically operate routine office equipment such as telephones, computers (including an electronic health record), fax machines, copiers, etc.; regularly required to meet with clients in the office and in the community using customary modes of public transportation; regularly required to utilize near vision ability to read data and documents, including spreadsheets and reports, in printed form and on computer screens; this position requires moderate travel throughout the New York City metropolitan area using various modes of transportation including NYC buses and subways.

How to Apply

Please submit resume and cover letter to Sheryl Silver at SSilver@thebridgeny.org.

Contact: SSilver@thebridgeny.org

Peer Specialist

The Bridge is seeking a Peer Specialist to join its Pathway Homes department.

Posted: Sep 03, 2021
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full-Time

Job Responsibilities

Engagement beginning from referring location with involvement in transition planning, including a needs assessment of community transition supports essential to stabilizing the participant; individual sessions with participants emphasizing prevention and preparing for independent community living and the promotion of optimum mental and emotional health. May require helping participants deal with issues associated with but not limited to family and social relationships; stress and symptom management; activities of daily living; medication management; and housing readiness; provide intensive emotional and practical support to participants as they transition back into their communities and into a supportive housing and/or living environment; work with participants and their housing providers to resolve clinical issues that are impacting on the participant’s ability to obtain, manage, and retain supportive housing; assist and instruct participants in attending to daily living skills such as personal hygiene, grooming and laundry, nutrition/meal preparation, budgeting, and socialization tasks and skills needed to successfully live and work in the community environments of their choice and also in maintaining a safe living environment; foster and maintain cooperative and collaborative relationships with community providers and network members to facilitate connections or re-connections to services and supports; community navigation including accompanying to first behavioral health and medical appointment, travel training, re-engagement in community care, referral to services with ability to identify and address potential services and barriers to obtain and maintain such services; establish collaborative working relationships with referring treatment teams and other partners and plan with them for appropriate discharges for participants; advocate with and for program participants to achieve personal goals and address barriers such as fear, stigma and communication disparities with community providers and supports; provide on-call after hour crisis intervention services when needed to participants and their support network, including respite referrals and other diversion and stabilization services; attend and participate in team meetings and supervisory sessions; develop short-term person-centered treatment plans to assist participant towards achieving their goals; monitor and record participant’s progress and modify plan according to needs and preference; perform various needs assessment for essential ongoing community integration and support; timely and accurate documentation of participant information within Health Information Technology platform; comply with all required in-service training and staff development and perform other related duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

Minimum High School Diploma or equivalent or higher; New York State Certified Peer Specialist preferred or required Completion of an internship or comparable training in peer advocacy; experience in providing advocacy services to people who are mentally ill and/or homeless and past or current participant of behavioral health, substance services or homeless services preferred.

How to Apply

Please submit resume and cover letter to Sheryl Silver at SSilver@thebridgeny.org.

Contact: SSilver@thebridgeny.org

Clinical Supervisor

The Bridge is seeking a Clinical Supervisor to join its Care Coordination department.

Posted: Sep 03, 2021
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full-Time

Job Responsibilities

Supervise and oversee the day-to-day activities of the Care Coordination team; utilize all electronic database as required by the Health Homes of which the Bridge participates in; participate in group and individual supervision as indicated by Program Director to ensure that the services for Health Home consumers are being rendered appropriately; initiate ongoing team meetings with Care Coordinators to implement and review goals, plans of care, comprehensive assessment, HARP, core services and timely documentation; support training and team building for all staff Serve a caseload of specific individuals needing additional expertise and stabilization including AOT consumers who will be stepped down to Care Coordination; address issues and concerns, which may arise for the client throughout they enrollment period within the Health Home program; manage client centered, goal-oriented data driven supervision; provide ongoing monitoring to ensure that client charts and documentation are in compliance with City, State and Federal guidelines; provide direct one to one and group clinical supervision for the Care Coordinators; provide support around case conferencing and coordinate incident reporting procedures for program; responsible for alerting or brining important follow up items to the care coordinators attention; complete all weekly and monthly reports as required; must have excellent interpersonal skills and great at both written and verbal communication to assist in staff development and implementation of services; and undertake any additional tasks and initiatives as assigned by the Program Director and/or Senior Director.

Job Requirements

Master's degree in social work or mental health counseling, LMSW/LMHC/LCSW, license preferred; two plus years’ experience in mental health; experience with SMI, dually diagnosed, high risk populations required; background in integrated treatment of co-occurring disorders and evidence-based clinical practice; able to demonstrate the ability to work in partnership with clients from a strength-based perspective, overcoming stigma, and navigating complex systems; knowledge of mental illness, substance abuse, chronic health conditions, trauma informed care and crisis management techniques; familiarity with supportive housing; must be stress resistant, flexible, and a team player who is open to feedback; possession of or willingness to obtain Supervision in Field Instruction (SIFI) a plus; must be able to work collaboratively with all levels of employees, clients, and community contacts; excellent organizational, planning and communication skills; computer literacy required, ability to use Electronic Health Record to document services; bilingual (Spanish) a plus; valid Driver’s License required; ability and willingness to drive throughout NYC.

How to Apply

Please submit resume and cover letter to Sheryl Silver at SSilver@thebridgeny.org.

Contact: SSilver@thebridgeny.org

Social Worker/Mental Health Counselor/Harm Reduction Specialist

The Bridge is seeking Social Workers/Mental Health Counselors/Harm Reduction Specialists for its A.C.T. Programs in the Bronx...

Posted: Sep 03, 2021
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full-Time

Job Responsibilities

Collaborate with a multi-disciplinary team to provide services consistent with the ACT model; participate in daily team meetings to review and plan client services Provide the expected number of services to clients each month, 80% of which are in the community; complete required documentation in a timely and high-quality manner; work collaboratively with clients, their families, and community partners to assist clients in achieving their treatment and recovery goals; coordinate client care through close involvement with hospitals, substance use treatment facilities, etc.; provide 24-hour crisis intervention on-call services on rotating basis; complete immediate needs assessments, comprehensive psychosocial assessments, individualized service plans, and crisis/relapse prevention plans; conduct specialized clinical assessments of violence risk, suicide risk, substance use, trauma, and criminogenic needs; conduct other required assessments with clients, such as Child and Adult Integrated Reporting System (CAIRS) reports, Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) reports; use evidence based treatments in the areas of mental health and substance abuse to address client needs (e.g., cognitive behavioral therapy, harm reduction, motivational interviewing, trauma -informed care); provide services to assist clients with needs such as family support, housing, entitlements, employment, education, vocational interests, community integration, and connection to physical health care; provide services to assist clients with needs such as legal advocacy, navigating the criminal justice system, coordination with legal agencies and any other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

LMSW, LCSW, LMHC with current New York State license or credential; at least two years of experience providing services to adults with serious mental illness; must have or be eligible to have NY State ID (non-drivers or drivers license); knowledge and experience of electronic health records (specifically AWARDS by Footholds) preferred and Spanish speaking a plus. Individuals with lived experience in the areas of mental health, substance use, criminal justice, &/or homelessness are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply

Please submit resume and cover letter to Sheryl Silver at SSilver@thebridgeny.org.

Contact: SSilver@thebridgeny.org

Care Coordinator’s Needed

The Bridge is seeking Care Coordinators for its Health Homes Program in Manhattan and Brooklyn.

Posted: Sep 03, 2021
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full-Time

Job Responsibilities

Working with the population served by the Health Homes Program, which includes adults living with a serious mental illness, adults with chronic medical conditions, and/or individuals with a history of alcoholism and/or substance abuse; managing time and tasks to connect individuals to care with the intent to reduce hospitalization and emergency room visits; tracking and locating clients based on limited information from DOH; conducting field visits to individuals in their homes or location of their choice to implement Health Home services such as Health Promotion and Wellness, Comprehensive Care Management, Improving Access to Care, Comprehensive Transitional services and connection to Community Services; documentation includes notes per visit, the Initial Risk Assessment, Health Risk Assessment, FACT-GP, Care Plan, and other electronic record forms as needed, all to be entered into the respected Electronic Databases utilized within the Health Homes and all other tasks as assigned.

Job Requirements

B.A./B.S. level professional with at least two years' experience working with the Mentally ill/Substance Abuse population; minimum of 2 years in a mental health setting; experience with electronic record systems strongly desired; willingness to travel by public transportation through the Bronx and Manhattan and the ability to manage time and meet program / regulatory requirements are essential; must have experience in outreach, client engagement, assessment, direct service and treatment, and documentation and bilingual English/Spanish a plus.

How to Apply

Please submit resume and cover letter to Sheryl Silver at SSilver@thebridgeny.org.

Contact: SSilver@thebridgeny.org

Engagement, Enrollment & HARP Specialist

The Bridge is seeking an Engagement, Enrollment & HARP Specialist to join its Health Homes program in Manhattan.

Posted: Sep 03, 2021
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full-Time

Job Responsibilities

Provide telephonic, written and face to face engagement and enrollment services for each Health Home eligible individual in order to facilitate Health Home enrollment and retention; utilize internet databases, health record systems, and other resources to explore individual eligibility and contact information; utilize Electronic Health/Medical Record system(s) of assigned Health Home(s) and to maintain ongoing clinical documentation and records upholding all HIPAA regulations and confidentiality protocols to record each interaction with every individual served; assist Care Coordinators in securing and identifying needed referrals to community and network medical, behavioral health and social assistance providers through telephonic, written, and/or face to face outreach, research, and maintenance of the program resource directory; provide follow up services via telephonic or face to face engagement with members and service planning partners as needed to coordinate reminder calls, medication and wellness checks upon request from the Care Coordination team; participate in conjoint meetings or member transports with other Care Coordination staff; provide oral and/or written status updates regarding member alerts, progress, regress, and needs to responsible Care Coordinator(s) and Supervisor, and any service providers, legal mandate, or other care plan affiliates as needed to assist the program and members; complete all UAS assessments for HARP enrolled members upon enrollment; attend meetings and case conferences in the community. This position requires the candidate to be on the field about 75% of the time and take mass transit to travel from one site location to another

Job Requirements

Bachelor's degree in a related field; minimum 2 year of job-related experience providing medical, mental health or substance focused serves to individuals with chronic medical conditions and/or serious behavioral health conditions; excellent interpersonal, organizational, writing, and computer skills; ability to engage individuals and diffuse difficult situations. Physical Demands: Regularly required to speak clearly and hear the spoken word well; regularly required to physically operate routine office equipment such as telephones, computers (including an electronic health record), fax machines, copiers, etc. Regularly required to meet with members in the office and in the community using customary modes of public transportation; regularly required to utilize near vision ability to read data and documents, including spreadsheets and reports, in printed form and on computer screens; this position requires moderate travel throughout the New York City metropolitan area using various modes of transportation including NYC buses and subways.

How to Apply

Please submit resume and cover letter to Sheryl Silver at SSilver@thebridgeny.org.

Contact: SSilver@thebridgeny.org

Leasing Specialist (HUD & Tax Credit)

The Bridge is seeking a Leasing Specialist to join its Residential Services department.

Posted: Sep 02, 2021
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full-Time

Job Responsibilities

Responsible for tracking and processing the renewal of all master leases for scatter site apartments; manage repair requests for scatter site apartments; coordinate with landlords and management companies to ensure completion of all repairs; assist with the annual tenant recertification process for HUD and tax credit apartments; perform accurate rent calculation for tenants’ monthly rent as per funder guidelines; using property management software to coordinate all aspects of the HUD rental process; using property management software to coordinate all aspects of the LITCH process for initial and annual certifications; assist program staff with documentation required for applying for rental arrears assistance for delinquent tenants; attend internal and external meetings, supervision and trainings as required and other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

High School Diploma/GED required, some college preferred; tax credit and HUD certifications a plus; previous experience in property management in a social service setting, experience working in mental health settings; strong interpersonal communication and organizational skills; excellent time management and organizational skills; must be a team player who is stress resistant, flexible and open to feedback; experience with One Site property management, MS Excel and knowledge of AWARDS and Spanish speaking a plus.

How to Apply

Please submit resume and cover letter to Camille Morrison at cmorrison@thebridgeny.org.

Contact: CMorrison@thebridgeny.org

Operations Coordinator

The Bridge, is an innovative and well respected mental health agency serving adults with serious mental illness, substance...

Posted: Aug 23, 2021
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full-Time

Job Responsibilities

Maintain daily operations of the Safe Haven and act as “second in command” to the Program Director during hours of operation; function in role of primary manager of the facility in the absence of the program director; consulting with the Area Director or Assistant VP as necessary; directly supervise Program Aides who share the same shifts and Shift Supervisors who supervise other shifts; delegate and monitor duties of other Shift Supervisors; assist with on-site Crisis intervention; available for 24-hour crisis intervention advice and assistance; maintain status as a Licensed Fire Coordinator (F-80) and assure that all other staff obtain either an F-80 or F-02 (Fire Guard) Certificate of Fitness; assure a full complement of Fire Safety staff, First Aid/CPR and Food Service staff to assure coverage across shifts; manage CARES reporting to the NYC Department of Homeless Services; review the visitor logbook and safety logbook for quality assurance; reinforce program policies and procedures; perform all required administrative duties; prepare program for inspections; order program supplies; attend staff meetings, supervision and trainings as required; while performing functions, must be able to interact with the client population in a polite and professional manner while maintaining personal boundaries; must be able to and being able to accept our resident’s behavior and maintain composure during crisis situations and/or engaging individuals who may present behavioral issues; must report any incidents or disruptive behavior to the residence’s supervisors and/or staff and any other duties as may be assigned.

Job Requirements

Bachelor’s Degree, plus three years of work experience; experience working with the street homeless population; experience supervising staff; strong interpersonal communication and organizational skills; spanish speaking a plus; fire Safety Coordinator (F-80) mandatory at time of hire or within 6 months of hire.

Contact: lwade@thebridgeny.org

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