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Team Supervisor - Uptown Team

MOC - Homeless Outreach Program

Posted: Sep 03, 2020
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

Intro/Program Description: The Manhattan Outreach Consortium is a borough-wide initiative to reach out to and quickly move street homeless individuals into permanent housing. The Uptown office services the Upper West and Upper East Sides of Manhattan and collaborates with various community partners and healthcare agencies throughout Manhattan. The Uptown office is located on the Upper West Side. Purpose of Position: Provide assistance, support and supervision to Uptown Goddard’s outreach team. Schedule: Monday through Friday - 9:00am to 5:00pm Roles, Responsibilities, and Essential Duties Staff Supervision Direct oversight of caseload, data collection, funder reporting and other administrative duties Provide clinical supervision to 5 Housing Outreach Specialists; conduct weekly supervision to review client status and goals for assigned staff Advise staff re: clinical assessment of clients and need for hospitalization, coordinate 9.58 as needed Support outreach team in the performance of client intake, clinical assessment, service planning, advocacy, referral and escort services to assist in housing placement Carry a small caseload of clients Provide on call coverage when Program Director is unavailable. Collaborate within and across agencies Interface with various community agencies, funders and stakeholders relevant to our client population Attend staff meetings, case conferences, training programs and supervision meetings; participate in program evaluation and improvement Outreach services Participate in outreach trips to identify and communicate with homeless clients Assist Outreach staff in canvassing, Joint Operations, DHS Clean-ups as needed Participate in 4 overnight counts each year Other duties as required

Job Requirements

Qualifications/Educational Requirements LMSW license required Supervisory experience strongly preferred Valid driver's license and a driving record that meets the agency's auto insurance guidelines (including no suspensions within the last 3 years Skills, Knowledge and Abilities Ability to multi-task/work in a fast-paced environment Strong leadership skills Excellent verbal and written communication skills Strong organizational skills Proficiency in Spanish and English preferred Understanding of homelessness, housing first and harm reduction models preferred Physical Requirements Frequent walking and standing Occasional lifting of up to 30lbs Work Environment Indoors and outdoors; all weather Computer Skills: Proficient in Microsoft Office Ability to learn computer databases such as Streetsmart, MOCAPP and CARES

How to Apply

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Contact: Gina Sanchez

Outreach Worker

Homeless Outreach Worker

Posted: Sep 03, 2020
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

Intro/Program Description: The Manhattan Outreach Consortium (MOC) is a borough-wide initiative to reach out to and quickly move street homeless individuals into permanent housing. MOC collaborates with various community partners and healthcare agencies throughout Manhattan. Purpose of Position: The Outreach Worker will work to creatively and effectively engage individuals living on the street through outreach in the community. The position will serve to respond to 311 community calls and to provide outreach to the chronically street homeless. The position will work collaboratively with the other MOC teams. Schedule: Various shifts available Roles, Responsibilities & Essential Duties Part of a two-person team reaching out to homeless adults in Manhattan Engage homeless individuals and encourage them to accept services Client monitoring: placing individuals on a pre-caseload tracking sheet, logging bedded down sightings, assessing for safety and providing advocacy; referring and transporting clients to shelters and/or drop-ins as needed Respond to special assignments from DHS, Community officials, and other organizations Canvass and be a presence in specific areas with a high concentration of street homeless clients Communicate and build relationships with community members Communicate with clients already known to the program; assist in promoting service goals and escorting clients when needed Enter data into computer database Prepare reports on shift activities and client status Assist in training of new staff and participate in group trainings for current staff Respond to 311 calls regarding homeless individuals Drive outreach vehicle Canvass for vulnerable individuals during Code Blue, Code Red, and during other appropriate times Participate in at least four (4) overnight quarterly counts of homeless individuals living on the streets of Manhattan Work on holidays is required for some shifts. Other duties as assigned

Job Requirements

Qualifications/Educational Requirements High School diploma required, Bachelor’s degree preferred Valid driver’s license and a driving record that meets the agency’s auto insurance guidelines (including at least 1 year as a licensed driver and no suspensions within the last 3 years) Skills, Knowledge and Abilities Experience with persons with mental illness or homelessness preferred Computer Skills Experience with or ability to learn Microsoft Office, Street Smarts, MoCApp Physical Requirements Frequent walking and standing Occasional lifting of up to 30 lbs Work Environment Indoors and outdoors; all weathers Work primarily out of lower Manhattan location Must be able to drive and handle city traffic

How to Apply

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Contact: Gina Sanchez

Program Director

Oversees the day-to-day operation of supportive housing program and assures the program operates efficiently and in compliance w

Posted: Aug 28, 2020
Location: Bronx, NY
Type: Full-Time

Job Responsibilities

- Responsible for the overall operation of the program, monitoring program budget and on-site financial procedures and records - Provides leadership and supervision to all program staff - Assures maximum occupancy of building and program quality assurance - Liaises with project's co-sponsors, managing agents, community agencies - Supervision of tenant initiatives and overall development of tenant community Identifies systemic problems in program & administrative domains, guiding staff toward developing a plan of action that addresses the problem and documents the solution in the form of program policy - Monitors the intake of all new residents - Develops contacts with various agencies in order to refer clients as needed - Develops internal audit procedure in order to ensure that resident case files are in compliance with both agency policies and governmental contract regulations - Facilitates monthly community meetings, case conferences and staff meetings - Attends monthly community board meetings - Knowledgeable with Foothold database, quality assurance, data entry, evaluation, etc. - Knowledgeable with HUD contracts requirements - Knowledgeable with HUD Annual Performance Review (APR). - Knowledgeable with the NYC CoC Continuum of Care and Annual Evaluation Process. - Knowledgeable with DOHMH Contract and Standards, Level of Service Report and MAVEN Database. - Knowledgeable with HPD requirements, HQS Inspections and Annual Recertification process.

Job Requirements

- Master's degree with minimum of 5 years in human services and administration. - Significant previous supervisory experience, prior experience working within a family supportive housing program preferred, experience interfacing with both operations and clinical services, and working with homeless families. - Strong organizational skills, ability to juggle multiple priorities, skilled in managing and leading staff. - Proficient with Microsoft Office and experience with Foothold case management software or similar software preferred.

How to Apply

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