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Assistant Program Director

Goddard Riverside

Posted: Jul 22, 2020
Location: Elmhurst, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

Intro/Program Description: The Baxter Safe Haven is a 75-bed transitional housing residence for single homeless adults. Services include case management, harm reduction, housing readiness, counseling, medical and psychiatric services, groups and recreation, meal service and 24-hour 7 day a week security. Purpose of Position: Provide support and clinical supervision to case managers and other social service staff with the goal of helping clients achieve stable permanent housing. Act as the liaison with on-site medical and psychiatric providers. Assist Program director with daily operations as needed. Schedule: Tuesday through Saturday - 9:00am to 5:00pm may require occasional evening, rotating on-call Ensure provision of quality and timely services, including psychiatric and medical care, entitlements, assessment & treatment planning, and linkages to day programs, clubhouses, employment, and recovery. Act as Liaison with on-site medical and psychiatric team. Coordinate and manage day to day program operations along with Program Director. Move clients into permanent housing. Supervision of clinical and non-clinical staff Ensure that all documentation (including, but not limited to, progress notes, service plans, health forms, housing applications, reports, etc.) is completed by direct service staff in a timely manner and within established deadlines as per agency and funding sources standards.; provide coaching on policies and clinical practice. Support evidence-based practice models including person centered planning, motivational interviewing, trauma informed care, harm reduction, and strengths-based approach Ensure collection, tracking, and analysis of data Provide weekly supervision to staff; promote staff development, evaluate their work and initiate performance improvement plans when required; Participate in intake/admission meetings of new clients Coordinate client care with all onsite treatment providers, serve as liaison with medical and psychiatric staff Advise staff re: clinical assessment of clients and need for hospitalization, coordinate 9.58 as needed Assist with audit preparation and performance improvement plans as needed Assist Program Director with daily program operations, serve as senior leader in Program Director’s absence Interface with various community agencies, funders and stakeholders relevant to our client population Coordinate the scheduling of all contracted treatment providers and consultants. Collaborate with staff in other GRCC programs to coordinate client service Attend staff meetings, case conferences, training programs and supervision meetings Participate in developing group curriculum and facilitate group activities as needed Collaborate with Building Manager, security and maintenance Other duties as required

Job Requirements

Qualifications/Educational Requirements LMSW or LMHC required, LCSW preferred Supervisory experience required Experience with transitional or supportive housing a strong plus Experience working with individuals diagnosed with mental illness, substance use and homelessness strongly preferred. Bilingual (English and Spanish) a plus Skills, Knowledge and Abilities Strong leadership skills Understanding of homelessness, housing first, client centered approach, and harm reduction models preferred Ability to multi-task/work in a fast-paced environment Excellent verbal and written communications skills Strong interpersonal skills Ability to work to collect, track, and analyze data Team oriented Good judgment and problem-solving skills Strong organizational skills Computer literate Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual should have/be: Able to work in the Microsoft Office Suite, should especially be proficient in Word and Outlook Able to use or learn to use AWARDS database Familiar with cloud-based payroll platforms such as Paycom (supervisor/manager functionality) Able to use or learn other electronic databases, programs, and funder-related software as needed Physical Requirements Frequent walking and standing, occasional lifting Work Environment Indoor office Some visits to client dorms required

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Contact: Gina Sanchez

Program Director

Program Director

Posted: Jul 22, 2020
Location: Elmhurst, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

Intro/Program Description: Goddard Riverside Community Center (GRCC) is a well-established settlement house with an annual operating budget of over $30 million. GRCC is one of New York’s leading human service organizations meeting the basic needs of children, youth and families, homeless people, individuals with mental health and other special needs, and older adults through 25 plus programs at 22 sites across Manhattan. Goddard Riverside operates four permanent supportive housing residences and is opening a 75 bed transitional residence (Safe Haven) for adults experiencing homelessness. This will be Goddard Riverside’s first residence in Queens. Purpose of Position: The Program Director is responsible for daily administrative and clinical oversight of social services program operations including staff supervision and collaboration with on-site building manager at the Baxter Safe Haven in Elmhurst Queens. The Program Director is responsible for daily program operations, working with funders, data collection and reporting, meeting all government regulations and deliverables, quality provision of services, and budget management. The Program Director will lead the team in proving a full range of case management services as well as medical, psychiatric, recreational and housing focused activities. The primary goal is to help individuals achieve stable permanent housing. Schedule: Monday to Friday - 9:00am to 5:00pm some evenings or weekends as needed, rotating on-call Roles, Responsibilities and Essential Duties 1) Program Director tasks Conduct individual and group clinical supervision; supervise Assistant Program Director, Administrative Assistant, Housing Specialists and other staff Responsible for the recruitment, training, and supporting of social service staff: corrective actions as needed Responsible for developing and managing program budget Work with organization leadership and departments throughout Goddard to ensure quality provision of services in a safe and stable environment Meet and exceed contract deliverables, work with DHS and other government bodies to ensure attainment of contractual obligations and compliance Ensure ongoing staff training on client care issues, agency policies, best practices, and arrange for outside training as needed Liaison with on-site and off-site medical and psychiatric providers Respond to and manage crises as needed Work closely with DHS and other funders to achieve deliverables, adhere to all regulations and standards, and maintain/increase funding Complete funder reports on an ongoing and timely basis Facilitate standardization of program policies and procedures, including orientation and onboarding materials Prepare for all internal and external audits, including creating, executing and reviewing Corrective Action Plans Ensure quality service provision including the utilization of evidenced based practices for client centered services Facilitate implementation of standardization of data collection methods, tracking, analysis and reporting of data. Use data analysis to adjust programming as needed. Ensure data management is tied to funder deliverables, housing, Social Determinants of Health, and health outcomes Collaborate with Building Manager, Security, Food Service, and Maintenance companies to ensure safety of all residents in a well maintained environment 2) Program oversight Participate in intake/admission meetings of new residents Lead regular staff meetings to discuss tenant issues, daily operations, policies and procedures and program outcomes Collaborate with Building Manager around facility and safety of staff and tenants Work with several government and private funders to meet all regulations and deliverables Ensure all incident reporting and follow up is done thoroughly and in a timely manner Adhere to budget 3) Community and agency liaison Serve as liaison to other programs in GRCC’s continuum of services to ensure quality service provision and collaboration across the agency Serve as liaison to funders, the community, and outside organizations Attend all funder meetings Work with executive leadership on new initiatives 4) Program development and improvement Oversee and facilitate program reports and data management Assist in developing program budget and monitor program expenses against budget Prepare and/or review program evaluations and quality improvement plans Develop and maintain relationships with government and private funders Assist with grant writing as needed 5) Other duties as required

Job Requirements

Qualifications/Educational Requirements LMSW /LCSW or LMHC required, Master’s Degree in related field may be considered with significant relevant experience Experience with homeless individuals with mental illness required Management/Supervisory experience required Experience with transitional or supportive housing required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities Excellent verbal and written communication skills Strong Interpersonal skills Leadership ability Excellent judgement and ability to handle crises effectively Ability to work in fast-paced, residential environment Strong problem-solving skills Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual should be: Able to work in the Microsoft Office Suite, should especially be proficient in Word and Outlook Able to use or learn to use AWARDS database Familiar with cloud-based payroll platforms such as Paycom (supervisor/manager functionality) Able to use or learn other electronic databases, programs, and funder-related software as needed Physical Requirements Moderate computer work; occasional lifting of up to 30lbs; some walking and climbing stairs to visit clients and access community spaces Work Environment Office in transitional housing building and some client visits may be required

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Contact: Gina Sanchez

Assistant Program Director (Paul’s Place)

The program will provide case management and housing placement services .

Posted: Jul 22, 2020
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full-Time

Job Responsibilities

The Assistant Program Director is responsible for supporting the Program Director in the overall management of the program. The Assistant Program Director provides direct supervision to clinical supervisors and/or special services staff. The Assistant Program Director plays a major role in ensuring that clients receive services that meet regulatory and agency standards and that records are kept in compliance with those standards. This position is central to fostering the mission and goals of the agency. In addition, the Assistant Program Director also serves as the liaison between staff and Janian medical and psychiatry staff providing services to the clients of the Drop-In Center and Safe Haven. The position requires a thorough understanding of relevant service delivery concepts and structures, including strong knowledge and experience with mental health systems, and the ability to access and negotiate the full range of services for recipients. It also requires strong supervisory and administrative skills and the ability to interface effectively and efficiently with colleagues to ensure quality services and program operations. Furthermore, it requires good decision-making skills and the ability to identify and facilitate necessary programmatic change. It requires attention to detail, strong writing and verbal communication skills, and computer literacy.

Job Requirements

· LCSW · Minimum of 4 years post-masters applicable experience with related populations including supervisory, administrative, and management experience · Strong writing and verbal communication skills · Computer literacy · Bilingual Spanish/English is preferred · Training experience preferred

How to Apply

Please be advised that you must upload your cover letter and resume in one document.

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Contact: tracey.erhardt@cucs.org

Communications and Data Manager

Implement a robust framework of ongoing and diverse communications within WSFSSH and from WSFSSH to the outside world.

Posted: Jul 21, 2020
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full-time

Job Responsibilities

Job Description Communications and Data Manager Overview: The Communications and Data Manager (CDM) is a new position under the supervision of WSFSSH’s Chief Strategy Officer. The CDM will help advance the following two WSFSSH priorities: 1. Identifying, developing, and maintaining an effective communications strategy to reach internal and external stakeholders 2. Capturing, analyzing, and presenting findings derived from demographic and performance data to inform our ongoing organizational effectiveness COMMUNICATIONS: Implement a robust framework of ongoing and diverse communications within WSFSSH and from WSFSSH to the outside world. Specific tasks may include: • Research and recommend communication strategies to best serve WSFSSH’s internal and external communication goals • Test new approaches, analyze effectiveness & create reports re: successes & failures of communications strategies • Produce a variety of organizational media such as newsletters, posters, presentations, video content, etc. in furtherance of WSFSSH’s internal and external communication needs. This may include creating materials wholly in-house as well as in collaboration with 3rd party consultants (graphic design, media strategists, etc).* • Coordinate WSFSSH’s digital communications strategy – including but not limited to Internet/Website, Intranet, social media, smartphone based applications, email, and text • Manage WSFSSH’s organizational communications calendar *Fundraising-related communications may be included in this scope DATA: Identify and present data-driven findings to educate internal and external WSFSSH stakeholders. Specific tasks may include: • Collaborate with WSFSSH staff to identify key program data for collection and analysis • Research and recommend data storage and analysis software solutions • Develop agency-wide protocols and procedures on data gathering, entry, and integrity • Provide support to departments in facilitating their collection of data. • Capture and analyze datasets across a variety of organizational program areas • Communicate findings orally and visually in a variety of report and presentation formats

Job Requirements

REQUIREMENTS • Strong writing, editing, proofreading, and layout/design skills • Demonstrable experience analyzing and presenting findings from large datasets • Confident oral communicator and outstanding interpersonal skills. • Excellent organizational and time-management skills. • Clear interest in housing and homelessness, aging, urban planning and policy, or related fields. • Experience in strategic and/or digital communications is a plus.

How to Apply

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Contact: wdeleon@wsfssh.org

Supportive Housing Specialist

The Supportive Housing Specialist will be responsible for assisting tenants with all necessary linkages.

Posted: Jul 21, 2020
Location: Dewitt, NY
Type: full-time

Job Responsibilities

The Supportive Housing Specialist will be responsible for assisting tenants with all necessary linkages and to help them maintain a stable community living environment of their choice throughout Erie County. DIRECT SERVICE RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. To assist tenants in securing a safe and affordable apartment of their choice. 2. Provide support to the tenant with establishing and maintaining utilities. 3. Assist with the purchasing of furniture and needed household items. 4. To initiate a direct contact with the tenant on at least a monthly basis for the purpose of reviewing their current living environment and monitoring their mental health status. 5. Documents all visits and client contacts in the tenant’s record. 6. Practices person-centered practices and demonstrates a positive, caring demeanor when working with tenants. 7. Work with the tenant and their service providers to provide regular ongoing support. 8. Assisting the tenant when necessary to settle housing related disputes with the landlord. 9. Provide teaching, monitoring and recovery oriented supports as needed in the areas associated with living independently. 10. Work with the tenant to ensure that all entitlements are secured and maintained. 11. Work with the tenant and their support team to create an individualized housing support plan. 12. To provide transportation to the tenant when necessary. 13. Ensure that the tenant maintains required clinical services and other linkages, such as medical and dental treatment as well as vocational education as needed. 14. Ensure that all new tenants apply for HUD / Section 8 housing. 15. Maintain adequate records and provider reports and statistics as requested by the supervisor. 16. Coordinates the moving in (and out) of tenants as necessary. 17. Performs any other duties necessary for the effective and efficient operation of the program.

Job Requirements

Bachelor’s degree in Human Services field or High School Diploma or GED and at least two years of experience working in the Human Services field. *In addition to the above criteria this position also requires a clean NYS driving record as outlined in DePaul’s personnel policy. The use of one’s personal vehicle is also a requirement. Apply for this job online Email this job to a friend Share on your newsfeed Application FAQs

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Contact: depaulhr@depaul.org or 585-719-3313

Supportive Housing Specialist

The Supportive Housing Specialist will be responsible for assisting tenants with all necessary linkages.

Posted: Jul 21, 2020
Location: Batavia, NY
Type: full-time

Job Responsibilities

The Supportive Housing Specialist will be responsible for assisting tenants with all necessary linkages and to help them maintain a stable community living environment of their choice throughout Genesee, Wyoming and Orleans Counties. DIRECT SERVICE RESPONSIBILITIES: To assist tenants in securing a safe and affordable apartment of their choice. Provide support to the tenant with establishing and maintaining utilities. Assist with the purchasing of furniture and needed household items. To initiate a direct contact with the tenant on at least a monthly basis for the purpose of reviewing their current living environment and monitoring their mental health status. Documents all visits and client contacts in the tenant’s record. Practices person-centered practices and demonstrates a positive, caring demeanor when working with tenants. Work with the tenant and their service providers to provide regular ongoing support. Assisting the tenant when necessary to settle housing related disputes with the landlord. Provide teaching, monitoring and recovery oriented supports as needed in the areas associated with living independently. Work with the tenant to ensure that all entitlements are secured and maintained. Work with the tenant and their support team to create an individualized housing support plan. To provide transportation to the tenant when necessary. Ensure that the tenant maintains required clinical services and other linkages, such as medical and dental treatment as well as vocational education as needed. Ensure that all new tenants apply for HUD / Section 8 housing. Maintain adequate records and provider reports and statistics as requested by the supervisor. Coordinates the moving in (and out) of tenants as necessary. Assist with the visitation and cleaning of Emergency Housing apartment Performs any other duties necessary for the effective and efficient operation of the program.

Job Requirements

Bachelor’s degree in Human Services field or High School Diploma or GED and at least two years of experience working in the Human Services field. *In addition to the above criteria this position also requires a clean NYS driving record as outlined in DePaul’s personnel policy. The use of one’s personal vehicle is also a requirement.

How to Apply

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Contact: depaulhr@depaul.org or 585-719-3313

Housing Specialist

The Housing Specialist is responsible for the oversight of clients enrolled in the Supported Housing portion of the program.

Posted: Jul 21, 2020
Location: LeRoy, NY
Type: full-time

Job Responsibilities

DIRECT SERVICE RESPONSIBILITIES: Develop, monitor and update housing support plans to identify which services DePaul is to provide to maximize clients success. Assists in linkage to any necessary support services such as mental health treatment, medical, vocational and educational services. Networks with support services such as mental health treatment, medical, vocational and educational services. Assists clients in accessing and keeping all financial entitlements they are eligible for. Maintain accurate, up-to-date records. Assists the other staff in the building by performing essential duties in their absence. Performs other duties as assigned. ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES: Attend county SPOA meetings as part of DePaul’s intake team to help with admission decisions. Assess referrals to determine if SP SRO is an appropriate level of care for individuals.

Job Requirements

Education: Bachelor’s degree or 4 years of mental health and/or specials needs population experience (per site needs). Experience: One year working in human services field preferred; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Other: Valid New York State driver’s license. Must meet qualifications set by agency’s clean driver record policy. Use of personal vehicle required.

How to Apply

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Supportive Housing Coordinator

The Supportive Housing Coordinator is responsible for the oversight of DePaul’s Supportive Housing in Perry NY.

Posted: Jul 21, 2020
Location: Perry, NY
Type: full-time

Job Responsibilities

Represent DePaul at Continuum of Care meetings for Wyoming County. Represent DePaul at Wyoming County SPOA meetings. Market the Supportive Housing program throughout Wyoming County. Establish relationships with referral sources for the senior population. Establish relationships with support services for the senior population. Work in collaboration with the DePaul Compliance to help potential tenants understand financial certification process and assist with gathering documentation when necessary. Responsible for the oversight, supervision and evaluation of program staff. Ensure that appropriate tenant records are maintained including the formulation of a housing support plan for each tenant. Adheres to and oversees program budget and reviews them for accuracy including the approval of all program expenditures per agency protocol. Oversees the interviewing of staff and makes hiring recommendations to supervisor. Ensure that staff are properly trained and evaluated, including attending any required trainings. Responsible for submitting periodic required reports and necessary statistics to oversight agencies. Develops positive working relationship with various community service agencies including the local government unit. Oversee the referral process for evaluation and intake of all potential program tenants. Assume coverage of tenants or see to it that coverage is provided when direct care staff are not available. Ensure that all housing resources are available to all tenants. Ensure that program staff adhere to person centered philosophies and practices. Ensure that staff initiates direct contact with the tenant on at least a monthly basis for the purpose of reviewing and discussing their current living environment. Assist the tenant when necessary to settle housing related disputes with the landlord. Assist tenants in contacting landlord, verifying income for lease renewals and negotiating lease agreements when necessary. Perform any other duties necessary for the effective and efficient operation of the program.

Job Requirements

Must meet one of the following three criteria: A. Bachelor’s degree in Psychology or Human Service field plus two years of residential experience working with a special needs population (One year of supervisory experience preferred). B. Associate’s degree in a Human Service field plus three years of residential experience working with a special needs population (One year of supervisory experience preferred). C. High School diploma or GED plus five years residential experience working with a special needs population (One year of supervisory experience preferred). *In addition to the above criteria this position also requires a clean NYS driving record as outlined in DePaul’s personnel policy. The use of one’s personal vehicle is also a requirement.

How to Apply

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Property Manager 2

Property Manager for DePaul oversees daily operations of an affordable housing apartment community of less than 100 units.

Posted: Jul 21, 2020
Location: Utica, NY
Type: full-time

Job Responsibilities

1. Understands governing bodies site requirements and will adhere to them such as: -Ensures Compliance with Fair Housing and Americans with Disabilities Act. -Ensures selection of new tenants is in accordance with the Tenant Selection Plan -HUD/LIHTC guidelines governing all areas including-leasing, certification and recertification processes, waiting lists, transfers and site maintenance. 2. Supervises all maintenance issues of the property-including snow and landscaping issues, cleanliness of the building, unit maintenance, safety, security, pest control and preventative issues. 3. Supervises and responsible to maintain site security staff, equipment, and systems. 4. Works with community stakeholders such as neighborhood groups, police, homeowners, and businesses to promote good neighbor relations and build community relationships. 5. Works in collaboration with special needs service providers that come on site to work with residents in accordance with their program and needs. 6. Marketing of units and maintaining occupancy. Negotiates leases with tenants, collects rent, deals with payment issues and security deposits. Works with tenants to comply with lease and avoid eviction. Delivers notifications to tenants as needed. 7. Enforces DePaul Properties policies and procedures. 8. Prepares reports for investors and stakeholders as needed.

Job Requirements

Education / Experience: High School diploma or equivalent. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Preferred Certifications: * Housing Credit Certified Professional (HCCP), * Certified Credit Compliance Professional (C3P), * Tax Credit Compliance Specialist (TaCCs). Section 8 / Affordable Housing tax experience strongly preferred. 3 or more years experience in multi-family property management, including direct supervision of others. Proven marketing or leasing experience. Excellent customer service skills. Ability to perform in a busy, changing, multi-tasking work environment. Requires ability to physically inspect property (or Properties) and individual units. Requires ability to read, speak and comprehend English language. Requires a valid NYS driver’s license, an insured vehicle, and the ability to travel (on call, emergencies, trainings, etc. as needed. Skills: Motivated personality, demonstrates professionalism, self starter, excellent ability to communicate. Is an active listener, has negotiation skills, flexible attitude, and demonstrates leadership. Values team and has knowledge of Microsoft Work, Excel, Yardi or other equivalent software preferred. Ability to learn accounting software essential

How to Apply

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Supportive Housing Coordinator

The Supportive Housing Coordinator is responsible for the oversight of DePaul’s Supportive Housing in Utica NY.

Posted: Jul 21, 2020
Location: Utica, NY
Type: full-time

Job Responsibilities

1. Represent DePaul at Continuum of Care meetings. 2. Represent DePaul at Oneida County SPOA meetings. 3. Market the Supportive Housing program throughout Oneida County. 4. Work in collaboration with DePaul Compliance to help potential tenants understand financial certification process and assist with gathering documentation when necessary. 5. Responsible for the oversight, supervision and evaluation of program staff. 6. Ensure that appropriate tenant records are maintained including the formulation of a housing support plan for each tenant. 7. Adheres to and oversees program budget and reviews them for accuracy including the approval of all program expenditures per agency protocol. 8. Oversees the interviewing of staff and makes hiring recommendations to supervisor. 9. Ensure that staff are properly trained and evaluated, including attending any required trainings. 10. Responsible for submitting periodic required reports and necessary statistics to oversight agencies. 11. Develops positive working relationship with various community service agencies including the local government unit. 12. Oversee the referral process for evaluation and intake of all potential program tenants. 13. Assume coverage of tenants or see to it that coverage is provided when direct care staff are not available. 14. Ensure that all housing resources are available to all tenants. 15. Ensure that all staff adhere to person centered philosophies and practices. 16. Ensure that staff initiates direct contact with the tenant on at least a monthly basis for the purpose of reviewing and discussing their current living environment. 17. Assist the tenant when necessary to settle housing related disputes with the landlord. 18. Assist tenants in contacting landlord, verifying income for lease renewals and negotiating lease agreements when necessary. 19. Perform any other duties necessary for the effective and efficient operation of the program.

Job Requirements

Must meet one of the following three criteria: A. Bachelor’s degree in Psychology or Human Service field plus two years of experience working with a special needs population (one year of supervisory experience preferred). B. Associate’s degree in a Human Service field plus three years of experience working with a special needs population (one year of supervisory experience preferred). C. High School diploma or GED plus five years of experience working with a special needs population (one year of supervisory experience preferred). *In addition to the above criteria this position also requires a clean NYS driving record as outlined in DePaul’s personnel policy. The use of one’s personal vehicle is also a requirement.

How to Apply

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