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Associate Director, Mixed-Use Affordable-Housing Services

REPORTS TO: Division Director DEPARTMENT: Mixed-Use Affordable Housing Services CLASSIFICATION: Exempt HOURS: 35 Hours per week

Posted: Aug 03, 2022
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

Assists the Division Director in Providing the essential leadership for start-up, development and on-going operation of Federation’s Mixed Use-Affordable Housing Program providing opportunities for low-income individuals and those with special needs, to improve their health, quality of life and maintain living in the community for as long as possible. Responsible for program development, property and fiscal oversight, development of policies and procedures, ensuring delivery of high quality services, hiring, supervising, training and development of program staff, reporting to funding sources, interfacing with community members and other stakeholders. Serves as a member of Federations’ Senior Management Team.

Job Requirements

Master’s Degree in Human Services, license preferred. Minimum of 3 years of supervisory experience and 5 years of experience in Human Services. Knowledge of mixed-use residential services preferred. Background check and clean, valid NYS driver’s license.

How to Apply

Please apply through our website: https://www.fedoforg.org/jobs/associate-director-mixed-use-affordable-housing-services/ For more questions, please call the HR Dept. at 631-669-5355 Ext. 1127

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Contact: Marlin Soliman, HR Associate Director at 631-669-5355 Ext. 1127

Division Director, Mixed-Use Affordable-Housing Services

REPORTS TO: Deputy Chief Operating Officer DEPARTMENT: Mixed-Use Affordable Housing Services CLASSIFICATION: Exempt HOURS: 35...

Posted: Aug 03, 2022
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

Provides the essential leadership for start-up, development and on-going operation of Federation’s Mixed Use-Affordable Housing Program providing opportunities for low-income individuals and those with special needs, to improve their health, quality of life and maintain living in the community for as long as possible. Responsible for program development, property and fiscal oversight, development of policies and procedures, ensuring delivery of high quality services, hiring, supervising, training and development of program staff, reporting to funding sources, interfacing with community members and other stakeholders. Serves as a member of Federations’ Senior Management Team.

Job Requirements

Master’s Degree in Human Services, license preferred. Minimum of 5 years of supervisory experience and 6 years of experience in Human Services. Knowledge of mixed-use residential services preferred. Background check and clean, valid NYS driver’s license.

How to Apply

Apply through our website: https://www.fedoforg.org/jobs/division-director-mixed-use-affordable-housing-services/ For more questions, please call the HR Dept. at 631-669-5355 Ext. 1127

Click here to Apply for Division Director, Mixed-Use Affordable-Housing Services

Contact: Marlin Soliman

Financial Coach

households placed in permanent housing would benefit from additional resources to help maintain their housing security, create...

Posted: Jul 21, 2022
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full-Time

Job Responsibilities

Financial Coaching Services • Collaborate with HousingLink and staff who provide on-site services at our buildings through the Family Support Program (FSP) to deliver services tailored to their programs. • Deliver individualized one-on-one financial counseling with a goal of moving individuals to financial stability. o Assess new HousingLink participants and tenants and develop individual financial action plans. o Assist long-time FSP tenants to assess and resolve current financial challenges, while providing a wide lens on their financial health to shift the approach to proactive financial management o Provide strategies and resources to help individuals reach financial goals including building savings, reducing debt, and improving credit. • Facilitate workshops and trainings on economic empowerment, financial literacy, and related topics for domestic violence survivors, and advocates. • Develop materials related to economic empowerment and financial literacy including training curriculum, resource guides, and website content. • Offer appropriate referrals and integrate other wraparound financial supports (i.e. education, career/job training and tax preparation) into coaching to achieve greater results. Data Management • Maintain each individual’s data integrity by inputting and updating participant information, such as assessments, case notes, and financial data into New Destiny’s case management database in real time. • Work with supervisor and the Data and Evaluation Manager to identify trends in program participants’ needs or gaps in services. • Independently review internal progress reports to determine participant’s progress toward annual goals. Partnership Management • Coordinate with staff at NYC Family Justice Center (FJC) where HousingLink is based, as well as with HousingLink staff regarding additional service needs and to conduct case consults as needed. • Maintain and establish new relationships with other community-based organizations.

Job Requirements

The ideal candidate will • Have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. Equivalent work experience will be considered. • Have a minimum of two years of full-time work experience in economics, financial literacy, human services, or business. Must have knowledge about personal money management, savings and investment options, safe financial products and services and consumer rights. • Have professional proficiency in English and one of the ten designated citywide languages (preferred). The ten designated citywide languages are Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Bengali, Haitian, Korean, Arabic, Urdu, French, and Polish. • Be responsible, flexible, a self-starter and able to work independently. • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail. • Be an excellent oral and written communicator. • Excellent interpersonal and presentation skills. • Have experience in interacting with people from diverse backgrounds. • Be comfortable traveling within NYC to provide support to program participants.

How to Apply

Email resume and cover letter to New Destiny at resumes@newdestinyhousing.org including “Financial Coach” in the subject line.

Contact: resumes@newdestinyhousing.org

Maintenance Worker

Under the supervision of the Zone Director, the Maintenance Worker will be responsible for all duties as they relate to...

Posted: Jul 21, 2022
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

About Us: The Bridge Inc. is a non-profit organization that serves NYC's most vulnerable populations. We have offered over 4000 consumers, who have been diagnosed with a mental health diagnosis, substance use disorder, or co-occurring disorder, per year since 1954. We are enthusiastic and eager to provide the most support that will positively impact the lives of our consumers. Our organization provides evidence-based comprehensive restorative support in over 40 programs in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Manhattan to our clients. We look forward to our continued support and environments that make our clients feel cared for and feel safe. The Bridge is dedicated to being an inclusive and diverse community for clients and team members. The Bridge strives to build careers with our teams by offering tuition reimbursement, health benefits, and professional development via supportive supervision and training. Role Responsibilities: • This position is responsible for janitorial and skilled work, such as but not limited to; maintaining the cleanliness of the interior and exterior of the building, and performing skilled repairs such as carpentry, painting, plumbing, and electrical. • Responsible for preventative maintenance of the various systems within the building and ensuring the various systems within the building (elevators, sprinklers, fire alarm, fire extinguishers, etc.) have been inspected and documented. • May be assigned to more than one building, may have to travel between or among buildings, and may be rotated to other buildings from time to time. • Independent performance of skilled building repairs, including on-call availability to respond to emergencies outside of regular working hours. Any other duties as assigned. The Bridge is an AA/EOE Benefits: • Dental insurance • Employee assistance program • Flexible spending account • Health insurance • Life insurance • Paid time off • Parental leave • Referral program • Retirement plan • Tuition reimbursement • Vision insurance WE HAVE FULL-TIME POSITIONS IN THE BRONX, BROOKLYN, AND MANHATTAN. PLEASE INDICATE THE BOROUGH YOU ARE INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR.

Job Requirements

Qualifications: • Covid-19 fully vaccinated and mask wearing required • High School Diploma/GED preferred · Required to stand, walk, bend for more than 5 hours daily • Must be able to walk up flights of stairs • A Valid Driver’s License preferred • Use of a 12’ ladder • Must wear uniform provided by The Bridge, maintain uniform in clean condition. • Required to stand, walk, bend for more than 5 hours daily • Regularly required to lift/push more than 50 lbs. • Must be able to walk up flights of stairs • Must be able to hear, read and understand verbal and written instructions in English

How to Apply

Please forward your resume to facilities@thebridgeny.org.

Contact: facilities@thebridgeny.org

Care Coordinator

Under the direction of the Clinical Supervisor, the Care Coordinator works with members and the member’s network of providers...

Posted: Jul 21, 2022
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

The Bridge Inc. is a nonprofit organization that serves NYC's most vulnerable populations. We have offered over 4000 consumers, who have been diagnosed with a mental health diagnosis, substance use disorder, or co-occurring disorder, per year since 1954. We are enthusiastic and eager to provide the most support that will positively impact the lives of our consumers. Our organization provides evidence-based comprehensive restorative support in over 40 programs in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Manhattan to our clients. We look forward to our continued support and environments that make our clients feel cared for and feel safe. The Bridge is dedicated to being an inclusive and diverse community for clients and team members. The Bridge strives to build careers with our teams by offering tuition reimbursement, health benefits, and professional development via supportive supervision and training. Scope of Position: Under the direction of the Clinical Supervisor, the Care Coordinator works with members and the member’s network of providers to help minimize barriers to care and help members achieve improved health outcomes. Using interventions such as care coordination, motivational interviewing, and health promotion, care managers help members, over time, develop the skills needed to manage their health and psychosocial needs with greater independence. Care Managers will have the opportunity to work as part of an outcome-driven integrated team aimed at improving the delivery of care to individuals living with chronic illness and behavioral health issues. Essential Position Functions: 1. Work with the population served by the Healthy 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 use disorders; conduct initial assessments and reassessments of members’ needs, including medical, mental health, substance use, financial, housing, and support needs; develop person-centered care plans with documented input and approval from other providers and the member in adherence with Health Home standards. 2. Work with member’s medical and behavioral health staff to develop, implement, and coordinate the care plan for clients with chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, asthma, congestive heart failure, hypertension, behavioral health conditions, and HIV, among other illnesses, based on the Health Home chronic disease care coordination model standards; coordinate member services with all service providers through regular case conferencing by Health Home guidelines; conduct field visits to individuals in their homes or location of their choice to provide services. 3. Must be comfortable doing fieldwork in different settings like, but not limited to, shelters, SROs, substance abuse programs, mental health facilities, and hospitals; responding to questions and concerns and contact other care providers and community resources to ensure that individuals are receiving needed care; documentation of contacts and attempted contacts and all other documentation within required time frames 4. Attend staff meetings, supervision, conferences, and training, as required; adhere to all approved Bridge personnel Health Home policies and procedures. Any other duties as may be assigned. WE HAVE FULL-TIME AND PART-TIME POSITIONS IN BROOKLYN AND MANHATTAN. PLEASE INDICATE WHETHER YOU ARE INTERESTED IN A FULL-TIME OR PART-TIME POSITION. ALSO INDICATE THE BOROUGH YOU ARE INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR.

Job Requirements

Qualifications/Requirements: B.A./B.S. level professional with at least two years of experience working with the Mentally ill/Substance Abuse population. Minimum of 2 years in a mental health setting Experience with electronic record systems is 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 Bilingual English/Spanish is a plus The Bridge is an AA/EOE Job Type: Full-time Benefits: Dental insurance Employee assistance program Flexible schedule Flexible spending account Health insurance Life insurance Paid time off Parental leave Professional development assistance Referral program Retirement plan Tuition reimbursement Vision insurance COVID-19 considerations: COVID-19 VACCINATION IS REQUIRED MASK WEARING IS REQUIRED. Ability to commute/relocate: Brooklyn, NY: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required) License/Certification: Driver's License (Preferred) Work Location: One location

How to Apply

Please contact Allison Dehaven at adehaven@thebridgeny.org or Regina King at rking@thebridgeny.org.

Contact: adehaven@thebridgeny.org

Case Manager

Under the direction of the Program Administrator(s), the Case Manager works with a caseload of 20 adult clients, respecting the...

Posted: Jul 21, 2022
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

1. Assist residents within adult population with case management support, including entitlements, provider referrals to community providers, create housing referrals as needed once per month in office setting. 2. Complete progress notes in AWARDS within 24 – 48 hours. Complete service plan linked notes on a biweekly basis. Complete collateral contacts monthly. 3. Maintain up to date documentation as it relates to audits via Compliance and OMH. 4. Assist with observing living environment via monthly apartment inspections and advocate for repairs via service requests with facilities staff. Going up to apartment with maintenance staff while they perform repairs to ensure resident’s comfort with having staff in their apartment. 5. Assist the residents with identifying their strengths and how to build goal-oriented objectives as it relates to service planning quarterly. 6. Assist residents with completing vocational assessments, tobacco assessments, ensure that consents are up to date and self-preservation tests. 7. Collaborate with other departments to provide additional support for residents as needed. 8. Refer residents to Mobile Crisis and Co Response team in the event that the resident is demonstrating that they have immediate behavioral needs that do not meet criteria for hospitalization. 9. Complete incident reports, client incident information, and hospitalization data if applicable when incidents occurs. 10. Conduct follow up with hospitals and other community care facilities to support residents while being treated at said facility. 11. Assist with calling 911 in the event that the resident is a risk of self or others. Follow up with hospital staff to advocate regarding resident if applicable. 12. Attend supervision, staff meetings, and trainings as mandated related to Bridge policy. 13. Remain flexible on each shift to address unexpected needs such as interpersonal conflict, family conflict, and or loneliness. Able and willing to create spontaneous activities to assist the youth in managing the conflict, emotional deregulation, and or anxiety. 14. Complete HRA 2010E housing packages as needed. 15. Other duties as requested 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, fax machines, copiers, etc. · Regularly required to meet with clients in the office and in their apartments and to perform building tours; requires ability to walk through building and up and down multiple flights of stairs. · Regularly required to utilize near vision ability to read data and documents, including spreadsheets and reports, in printed form and on computer screens.

Job Requirements

• Must Be COVID Fully Vaccinated. • Experience with working with individuals that have a history of mental health diagnosis and/or substance use disorder. Recent graduates are welcome. • Bachelor’s Degree required, area of study in Social Work, Psychology, Human Services Preferred • Experience working in a residential setting that provides case management support. • Demonstrates excellent time management, and maintains organization about case management duties • Must be able to work flexibly in fast-paced environment • Can manage stress, is open to constructive oversight during supervision, and is creative while working with clients to provide person center recovery-oriented services. • Can be a team player in the working environment. • Is willing to be trained in CPR/First Aid/AED/Narcan.

How to Apply

Please forward your resume and cover letter to Alcides Torres at atorres@thebridgeny.org.

Contact: atorres@thebridgeny.org

Care Coordination Clinical Supervisor

The Health Homes Clinical Supervisor and Quality Specialist works towards achieving the six core care management functions of...

Posted: Jul 21, 2022
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

Job Description: Works with and provides direct supervision to care coordinators to ensure the efficient and effective delivery of care management services. Provides oversight to their designated supervisees to ensure that all members meet the goals of their comprehensive patient/family focus plans of care. Assist with ongoing training and the identification of resources and referral to meet the needs of the clients. Will assist the Director in providing professional development opportunities for all staff. Clinical Supervisor Responsibilities: · The Clinical Supervisor will supervise and oversee the day to day activities of the Care Coordination team. · The Clinical Supervisor will be expected to 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. · The Clinical Supervisor will be asking to service 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. · The Clinical Supervisor is expected to have excellent interpersonal skills and great at both written and verbal communication to assist in staff development and implementation of services. · Undertake any additional tasks and initiatives as assigned by the Program Director and/or Senior Director

Job Requirements

• Will have a Master’s In Social Work or Mental Health Counseling; LMSW preferred • Has at least 2 years of experience working with individuals that have mental health diagnoses and/or substance use disorder • Have experience training staff and providing oversight of a social service program. • Computer literacy and ability to utilize electronic medical records; proficiency with AWARDS database a plus • Ability to commute: Reliably commute via public transportation to support clients and team members involving crisis and case conferencing • Driver's License (Preferred) • Work Location: New York, NY • Schedule: Monday-Friday 9 AM – 5 PM

How to Apply

Please forward your resume and cover letter to rking@thebridgeny.org

Contact: rking@thebridgeny.org

Resident Counselor

Under the oversight of a Program Administrator(s), the Resident Counselor will support individuals with a mental health or...

Posted: Jul 21, 2022
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full Time, Part Time

Job Responsibilities

The Bridge Inc. is a non profit organization that serves NYC's most vulnerable populations. We have offered over 4000 consumers, whom have been diagnosed with a mental health diagnosis, substance use disorder, or co-occuring disorder, per year since 1954. We are enthusiastic and eager to provide the most support that will positively impact the lives of our consumers. Our organization provides evidence based comprehensive restorative support in over 40 programs in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Manhattan to our clients. We look forward to our continued support and environments that make our clients feel cared for and feel safe. The Bridge is dedicated to being an inclusive and diverse community for clients and team members. The Bridge strives to build careers with our teams by offering tuition reimbursement, health benefits, and professional development via supportive supervision and training. Position Details: • You will assist clients with cooking, cleaning, general apartment maintenance, shopping, traveling, taking medication, symptom management, personal hygiene, money management, self-advocacy, utilizing community resources and other areas as appropriate. • You will escort clients to appointments in the community utilizing public transportation to obtain benefits, or attend appointments with community providers when and encourage individuals to develop natural supports in their community. • You will required documentation for every client contact as per agency policy. Ensure documentation meets regulatory guidelines for level of care and assist in preparing program for audits. • You have the ability to work with consumers/residents, families, and staff in a caring and respectful manner, and with due understanding of and consideration for cultural differences. • You will account for consumers, performs diligent searches, and files missing person reports on consumers not accounted for in accordance with policy and procedure. • You will ensure that clients have access to all services during your assigned shift. You will need to stay alert as the residence is supervised 24 hours 7 days per week to ensure that all client needs are met. Physical Demands: • You will be able to walk stairs. • You will be required to operate a copy machine, fax machine, scanner. • You will be able to travel while supporting client with community advocacy and/or providers by visiting entitlement offices, treatment providers, escort to appointments via public transportation. • Masks must be worn at all times. Perks/Benefits: • Dental insurance • Employee assistance program • Flexible spending account • Health insurance • Life insurance • Paid time off • Parental leave • Referral program • Retirement plan • Tuition reimbursement • Vision insurance

Job Requirements

• You have a High School Diploma; experience working with individuals that have mental health diagnoses and/or substance use disorders preferred. • You are fully COVID vaccinated. • You are stress-resistant and able to act immediately to address a crisis as it occurs. • You are able to manage your time to complete tasks. • You are flexible. • You are organized. • You are able to receive constructive feedback for professional development. • You are creative with your approaches to engage clients while addressing their needs.

How to Apply

Please forward your resume and cover letter to Alcides Torres at atorres@thebridgeny.org.

Contact: atorres@thebridgeny.org

HOME Team Clinician

The HOME (Helping Organize My Environment) Team Clinician will provide in-home clinical care as part of a new, innovative team...

Posted: Jul 21, 2022
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

The Bridge Inc. is a non-profit organization that serves NYC's most vulnerable populations. We have offered over 4000 consumers, who have been diagnosed with a mental health diagnosis, substance use disorder, or co-occurring disorder, per year since 1954. We are enthusiastic and eager to provide the most support that will positively impact the lives of our consumers. Our organization provides evidence-based comprehensive restorative support in over 40 programs in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Manhattan to our clients. We look forward to our continued support and environments that make our clients feel cared for and feel safe. The Bridge is dedicated to being an inclusive and diverse community for clients and team members. The Bridge strives to build careers with our teams by offering tuition reimbursement, health benefits, and professional development via supportive supervision and training. · Must be comfortable visiting residents in the community, including single-site locations and scattered site apartments, to reduce acquiring/saving objects Will assist the organization to improve safety and quality of life for clients. · Will work with Bridge staff in various departments, including facilities, property management, and housing programs, to support clients. · Will partner with leading experts, including researchers at the University of San Diego, and will be trained in CREST (Cognitive Rehabilitation and Exposure/Sorting Treatment). · Will be supervised by an LCSW to obtain licensure hours. The Bridge is an AA/EOE Job Type: Full-time Benefits: Monthly Metro Card Provided Dental insurance Employee assistance program Flexible spending account Health insurance Life insurance Paid time off Parental leave Referral program Retirement plan Tuition reimbursement Vision insurance Schedule: 8-hour shift Monday to Friday 9 AM - 5 PM (Will Not Be On Call) Work Location: Supports residents at multiple locations

Job Requirements

COVID-19 considerations: COVID-19 VACCINATION REQUIRED MASK WEARING REQUIRED • Will have a Master’s In Social Work or Mental Health Counseling • Has experience working with individuals that have a mental health diagnoses and/or substance use disorder • Experience working with individuals diagnosed with a hoarding disorder a plus • Computer literacy and ability to utilize electronic medical records • Ability to commute: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work throughout Manhattan, the Bronx, and Brooklyn (Required) • Driver's License (Preferred)

How to Apply

Please forward your resume and cover letter to our Senior Vice President of Aging and Clinical Services Rebecca Heller at rheller@thebridgeny.org

Contact: rheller@thebridgeny.org

Director of Facilities

The Director of Facilities will be responsible for overseeing the physical condition of buildings in which Project Renewal...

Posted: Jul 14, 2022
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full-time

Job Responsibilities

We are looking to hire a Director of Facilities in our Real Estate Department. The position will report to the Vice President of Real Estate and oversee a staff of five to six employees. Additionally, the Director of Facilities and their staff will work closely with Project Renewal’s Building Managers, Program Directors, and Director of Real Estate Development. The Director of Facilities will be responsible for overseeing the physical condition of buildings in which Project Renewal programs operate. This includes supporting Building Managers with capital projects and emergencies, managing relationships with maintenance vendors, ensuring violations are cleared in a timely manner and that buildings are following NYC requirements, and being the liaison with government agencies such as NYC Department of Homeless Services (DHS) for Facilities issues. Project Renewal is also looking to implement a work order and preventative maintenance system, a project that would be led by the Director of Facilities. Overall Responsibilities: Essential Duties and Responsibilities: The essential duties of the Director of Facilities include but are not limited to the following activities: • Ensure that facilities owned and/or operated by Project Renewal and affiliate corporations are maintained in a safe and compliant manner • Supervise five to six Facilities staff members, including an Assistant Director, ensuring high work quality, and training when necessary. This includes ensuring there is coverage to respond to Facilities emergencies after business hours • Provide guidance and support for Program Directors and Building Managers in each building, especially on the following items: o Purchasing building and maintenance supplies, machinery, equipment, and furniture o Assessing the condition of electrical, air conditioning, plumbing and other essential systems and equipment; maintaining up to date and accurate records. o Developing operating expense budgets o Planning and forecasting capital expenditures o Ensuring compliance with OSHA, State Health Department, and NYC HPD, DOB, ECB, DEP and DOHMH, and other relevant rules and regulations o Implementing new policy changes from regulatory agencies • Implement and maintain systems for the Facilities Department to do the following: o Track portfolio-wide maintenance contracts with outside vendors (e.g. laundry, pest control, and HVAC servicing). o Maintenance policies and procedures, including disaster preparedness plans, and ensuring Life Safety Systems are inspected regularly an in compliance. o Work order and preventative maintenance system o Ensure violations are cleared in a timely manner • Oversee planning, scheduling, and management of internally run construction projects and renovations not overseen by Real Estate Development (generally small- to mid-size capital projects) • Serve as primary Liaison for Facilities issues with New York City Department of Homeless Services (DHS) and New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH), including ensuring they take responsibility for Facilities issues that are their responsibility. Support Program staff during bi-annual Facility inspections by these agencies. • Review plans and provide input on pipeline new development projects

Job Requirements

Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree • Minimum of 3 years of supervisory experience in areas of maintenance and/or construction, ideally in a residential or shelter setting • Candidates with an equivalent combination of training and education will be considered • Extensive knowledge of building and maintenance procedures, including experience dealing with electrical systems, plumbing, HVAC, and general carpentry • Knowledge of construction; ability to interpret mechanical and architectural drawings and plans with a proven record of project management required. • Strong project management skills • Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office, Excel and Word. Experience implementing Facilities Management software a plus. • Must identify and resolve problems in a timely manner and work well in group problem solving situations • Excellent communication and supervisory skills • Effectively sets and prioritizes goals as well as specific work activities

How to Apply

Please follow the link below. https://us62e2.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/projectrenewal/Posting/View/17

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Contact: careers@projectrenewal.org

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