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As the only supportive housing membership organization in New York, the Network represents over 300 nonprofit, corporate and affiliate members. The following job opportunities stem from the Network and its vast membership pool. If you're a Network member and would like to see your job listed on our site, visit here.


Office Manager (IMT)

The Office Manager is responsible for the effective operation of all administrative support services at the program.

Posted: Feb 20, 2020
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full-Time

Job Responsibilities

The Office Manager is responsible for the effective operation of all administrative support services at the program. They will work closely with the Program Director to manage fiscal operations, inventory, vendor management, manage program and client funds and other administrative support services. The Office Manager interfaces with other agency departments to support the program's efforts to deliver effective client services. The Office Manager must possess good knowledge of office procedures and the ability to identify and proactively address operational problems. The Office Manager is expected to exercise initiative and judgement and provide support and guidance to all administrative support staff. The Office Manager will assist with the management of medical records, assisting with staff scheduling, participate in daily meetings. Additionally, the Office Manager will conduct other administrative duties including answering and screening phone calls, monitoring office equipment and requesting supplies. The Office Manager will be expected to contribute to a program culture that is person-centered, outcome-oriented, and committed to continuous quality improvement.

Job Requirements

High School Diploma or equivalent, Bachelor’s degree preferred 3 years relevant experience Strong computer skills including extensive experience with MS office and other relevant software Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills Excellent written and verbal communications skills Ability to multi-task Supervisory experience preferred

How to Apply

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Contact: Elise.Woznick@cucs.org

Case Manager (Hegeman)

The Case Manager is responsible for working with an assigned group of clients to help them live full and satisfying lives.

Posted: Feb 19, 2020
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Type: Full-Time

Job Responsibilities

The Case Manager is responsible for working with an assigned group of clients to help them live full and satisfying lives in the community; helping their team and program to function well and meet their contractual obligations; and striving, as appropriate to their role, to fulfill the CUCS programs’ core purpose, core values and vision statements. The Case Manager is responsible for a caseload of 25-28 clients. The job comprises a full range of direct services to clients with particular emphasis on mental health, physical health and substance abuse services. Services may also include money management, coordination of care, medication management, on-going individual counseling, and complete documentation of these services. Additional responsibilities include involvement in evidence based practices such as Supported Employment and Motivational Interviewing. The Case Manager will participate and contribute to a program culture that is client-centered, outcome-oriented and dedicated to continuous quality improvement.

Job Requirements

· Case Manager 2 – Bachelor’s Degree or HS Diploma or equivalent and 4 years relevant experience. · Case Manager 3 - BSW and 1 year relevant experience (excluding fieldwork) or Bachelor’s degree and 2 years relevant experience or HS diploma or equivalent and 6 years relevant experience. · For applicants without college degrees, every 30 credits can be substituted for 1 year of experience. · Strong written and verbal communications skills · Computer literacy required · Bilingual English/Spanish preferred

How to Apply

Upload resume&cover letter in one doc. Applicants will only be considered for position applied for. TO APPLY PLEASE COPY AND PASTE URL PROVIDED BELOW TO YOUR BROWSER: https://secure4.entertimeonline.com/ta/6096412.careers?rnd=XJI&ShowJob=285475599

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Contact: Lashone.Mortley@cucs.org

Clinical Supervisor (Lee)

The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for the supervision and direct oversight of a clinical services team.

Posted: Feb 19, 2020
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full-Time

Job Responsibilities

This position has significant decision making, supervisory, administrative, program management and service delivery responsibilities, including ensuring staff productivity, the achievement of measurable outcomes, and recipient satisfaction. As a member of the management team, this person will also be expected to participate in and contribute to a program culture that is person-centered, strengths-based, outcome oriented, and dedicated to continuous quality improvement.

Job Requirements

LCSW with relevant post-master’s experience Related experience in the mental health field, and/or working with HIV positive or homeless individuals is strongly preferred Excellent outreach, assessment, written and verbal communication skills Computer literacy required Bilingual Spanish/English preferred Internal applicants who have their LMSW and are within 12 months of fulfilling the clinical experience requirement for their LCSW are encouraged to apply as a Clinical Coordinator 1. Please note that a Clinical Coordinator 1 is automatically promoted to Clinical Coordinator 3 upon accomplishment of LCSW.

How to Apply

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Contact: Sarah.Lipsky@cucs.org

Housing Advocate, YWCA Brooklyn

Assures formerly homeless residents currently living in YWCA Brooklyn’s affordable housing program remain permanently housed.

Posted: Feb 18, 2020
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Type: Full-Time

Job Responsibilities

The Housing Advocate is responsible for assuring formerly homeless residents currently living in the YWCA Brooklyn’s affordable housing program remain permanently housed by providing assistance with annual lease recertifications, subsidy renewals, housing rental assistance applications including SCRIE/DRIE, applications for one shot deals, arrears financial assistance and other entitlements. This position works directly with YWCA Brooklyn residents to make sure they have the resources they need to continue living independently. In addition to support with rent subsidies, the Housing Advocate links residents to other entitlements such as HRA, SNAP, Medicaid, Senior Services and community resources. This position may accompany residents to appointments and advocate with city agencies and entitlement programs as needed. The Housing Advocate is an integral part of the Housing Program and works closely with department staff to assure residents receive the support they need to remain permanently in their homes. Mission: YWCA Brooklyn is expanding the scope and reach of its community programs and is seeking to fill several new positions to support the organization’s recent growth. YWCA Brooklyn’s mission is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace justice freedom and dignity for all. The organization is Brooklyn’s largest and oldest nonprofit serving women and girls. YWCA Brooklyn furthers its mission by providing 300 units of safe, affordable housing for low-income women, most of whom are survivors of gender-based violence; a college access and leadership program serving 400 low-income girls of color; education and legal assistance for immigrant women; and a community center that is a nexus for over 100 progressive grassroots organizations. Competitive salary and excellent benefits offered: Health insurance, Dental insurance, Vision insurance, Retirement plan, Paid time off, Parental leave, and Professional development assistance

Job Requirements

Minimum 2 years’ experience in the area of affordable or supportive housing Extensive knowledge of NYC rent subsidy and entitlement programs Experience working with vulnerable populations including trauma survivors, formerly homeless and those with mental illness

How to Apply

Interested candidates, please send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to hr@ywcabklyn or apply via link.

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Contact: hr@ywcabklyn.org

Resident Social Worker, YWCA Brooklyn

Provides trauma-informed services for 300+ low-income & formerly homeless women, most who are survivors of gender-based violence

Posted: Feb 18, 2020
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Type: Full-Time

Job Responsibilities

The Resident Social Worker provides trauma informed supportive services for over 300 low-income and formerly homeless women, most of whom are survivors of gender-based violence. This position supports residents of the YWCA Brooklyn’s permanent, affordable housing program to live independently, become economically self-sufficient and heal from past trauma. The Resident Social Worker provides health and wellness programming in a nurturing, trauma-informed environment as well as a comprehensive service delivery model that includes community partner linkages to empowerment programs for survivors, mental health and medical services, aging-in-place support, employment training, financial literacy and entitlements. The Resident Social Worker works with individual residents to provide crisis management, assessment, access to resources, referrals and care management and also facilitates psycho/educational groups and workshops that promote healing, wellness, self-determination and unity. Mission: YWCA Brooklyn is expanding the scope and reach of its community programs and is seeking to fill several new positions to support the organization’s recent growth. YWCA Brooklyn’s mission is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace justice freedom and dignity for all. The organization is Brooklyn’s largest and oldest nonprofit serving women and girls. YWCA Brooklyn furthers its mission by providing 300 units of safe, affordable housing for low-income women, most of whom are survivors of gender-based violence; a college access and leadership program serving 400 low-income girls of color; education and legal assistance for immigrant women; and a community center that is a nexus for over 100 progressive grassroots organizations. Competitive salary and excellent benefits offered: Health insurance, Dental insurance, Vision insurance, Retirement plan, Paid time off, Parental leave, and Professional development assistance

Job Requirements

Bachelors degree in social work, mental health counseling or related field A minimum of two years’ experience working with vulnerable populations including individuals with mental illness, trauma survivors, and older adults. Experience working with diverse communities Strong verbal, written and communication skills

How to Apply

Interested candidates, please send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to hr@ywcabklyn or apply via link.

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Contact: hr@ywcabklyn.org

Director of Resident Services, YWCA Brooklyn

Oversees trauma-informed services for 300+ low-income & formerly homeless women, most who are survivors of gender-based violence

Posted: Feb 18, 2020
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Type: Full-Time

Job Responsibilities

Summary: The Director of Resident Services at YWCA Brooklyn oversees trauma informed supportive services for over 300 low-income and formerly homeless women, most of whom are survivors of gender-based violence. This position assures residents of the YWCA Brooklyn’s permanent, affordable housing program, receive the support and resources they need to continue to live independently and to become economically self-sufficient. Resident Services offer health and wellness initiatives in a nurturing, trauma-informed environment as well as a comprehensive service delivery model that includes community partner linkages to empowerment programs for survivors, mental health and medical services, aging-in-place support, employment training, financial literacy and entitlements. The Director supervises social workers and case managers to assure a holistic scope of services. This position is also responsible for developing new initiatives, implementing, supervising, evaluating and reporting on all resident service programming. The Director oversees the department budget and works closely with the Director of Housing to assure compliance with all contracts and regulatory agreements. Mission: YWCA Brooklyn is expanding the scope and reach of its community programs and is seeking to fill several new positions to support the organization’s recent growth. YWCA Brooklyn’s mission is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace justice freedom and dignity for all. The organization is Brooklyn’s largest and oldest nonprofit serving women and girls. YWCA Brooklyn furthers its mission by providing 300 units of safe, affordable housing for low-income women, most of whom are survivors of gender-based violence; a college access and leadership program serving 400 low-income girls of color; education and legal assistance for immigrant women; and a community center that is a nexus for over 100 progressive grassroots organizations. Competitive salary and excellent benefits offered: Health insurance Dental insurance Vision insurance Retirement plan Paid time off Parental leave Professional development assistance

Job Requirements

Masters degree in social work, mental health counseling or related field required A minimum of five years’ experience working in a supervisory role with vulnerable populations including individuals with mental illness, trauma survivors, and older adults. Experience working with diverse communities Strong verbal, written and communication skills

How to Apply

Interested candidates, please send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to hr@ywcabklyn or apply via link.

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Contact: hr@ywcabklyn.org

Case Manager (HTS)

HTS is seeking a full time case manager to be a part of a team to engage and secure permanent supportive housing for consumers.

Posted: Feb 18, 2020
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full-Time

Job Responsibilities

The Case Manager will support the consumer through the housing placement process which includes helping the consumers secure entitlements and work towards psychiatric stability, providing Assistance with Self Administration of Medications, coaching consumers on interview skills, and providing follow-up as is needed to the program residents.

Job Requirements

For CM 1: High School Diploma and 2 years experience. CM2: 2 years as CM 1 or, Bachelor’s Degree, or BSW, or, HS Diploma and 4 years relevant experience. For CM 3: 2 years as CM 2, or, Bachelor’s Degree or BSW, and 1 year relevant experience, or, HS Diploma and 6 years relevant experience. Note: For every 30 college credits earned, 1 year of experience may be reduced from the requirement for applicants with HS diplomas.

How to Apply

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Contact: Theresa.Fehn@cucs.org

Reentry Coordination System Liaison (Institute)

HRC is actively involved in developing and improving supportive housing initiatives in New York City and across the nation

Posted: Feb 14, 2020
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full-Time

Job Responsibilities

Consultation with referring OMH pre-release coordinators across NYS prisons and participating in case planning meetings Coordinate forensic housing resources from referral to housing placement, including review of mental health supportive housing applications Schedule and facilitate video teleconference housing interviews between housing providers and NYS prison facilities Collaborate with forensic care coordination teams to ensure enrollment in services prior to release Schedule community-based mental health outpatient treatment Provide training & technical assistance as needed This is not a direct service position

Job Requirements

High school diploma with six years relevant work experience, or Bachelor’s degree with two years relevant work experience in related field Recovery-oriented team player committed to meaningful outcomes for the justice-involved population Significant and considerable knowledge and experience with community mental health services including supportive housing, care coordination, and outpatient services Strong clinical, organizational, and interpersonal skills Excellent verbal and written communication skills Ability to manage multiple projects and competing priorities effectively Good computer literacy skills; knowledge of AWARDS preferred Experience with forensic SMI population preferred English/Spanish bilingual strongly preferred

How to Apply

Instructions: Upload resume&cover letter in one doc. Applicants will only be considered for position applied for. TO APPLY PLEASE COPY AND PASTE URL PROVIDED BELOW TO YOUR BROWSER: https://secure4.entertimeonline.com/ta/6096412.careers?rnd=VBR&ShowJob=268728022

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Contact: stephanie.dejesus@cucs.org

Housing Consultant (Institute)

HRC is actively involved in developing and improving supportive housing initiatives in New York City and across the nation.

Posted: Feb 14, 2020
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full-Time

Job Responsibilities

HRC Housing Consultants collaborate with social service agencies to provide referral and technical assistance on Single Point of Access (SPOA) Housing and NY/NY I & II housing applications. Housing Consultants also assist individuals living with mental illness and their advocates on understanding NYC housing options and navigating the HRA 2010e application process. This is an administrative position with a high volume of consultation calls, walk-ins, and emails. Other responsibilities include delivering training to staff from agencies throughout NYC, resource development, maintenance of the HRC housing provider database, and advocacy.

Job Requirements

High school diploma with six years relevant work experience, or Bachelor’s degree with two years relevant work experience in related field Significant and considerable knowledge and experience with community mental health services; supportive housing experience strongly preferred Strong clinical, administrative, organizational, and interpersonal skills Excellent verbal and written communication skills Ability to manage multiple projects and competing priorities effectively Good computer literacy skills; knowledge of AWARDS preferred English/Spanish bilingual preferred

How to Apply

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Contact: Brendan.Rogan@cucs.org

Per Diem Case Manager (Lee)

The Per Diem Case Manager works alongside the Per Diem Social Worker in providing services.

Posted: Feb 12, 2020
Location: New York, NY
Type: Per Diem

Job Responsibilities

The Per Diem Case Manager works alongside the Per Diem Social Worker in providing the following services: outreach and engagement, crisis intervention and provision of general assistance, and facilitation of organized groups and activities. The Per Diem Case Manager is expected to demonstrate strong skills in critical thinking and assessment and to actively support and work to accomplish the agency’s mission and the program’s specific goals and objectives.

Job Requirements

· High School diploma · 1 year related experience · Appropriate verbal and written communication skills · Computer literacy · Some college preferred; B.A. may substitute for experience · Bilingual Spanish/English preferred Note: A Bachelor’s degree may be substituted for one year of experience.

How to Apply

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Contact: Sarah.Lipsky@cucs.org

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