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    Jobs posted December 2001 From CITY LIMITS WEEKLY: New York's Urban Affairs News Magazine

      Jobs - Week of Dec. 6, 2001
    • Bushwick Family Residence DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL SERVICES--committed professional needed to lead social service team in delivery of services to homeless families; strong clinical skills; positive attitude; creative problem-solving; attention to detail; management and supervision experience essential; bilingual a plus. Qualifications: MSW; 2 years supervisory experience. Fax or e-mail resume and cover letter to: Fax: 718-574-2713. Email address: bushwick@ultinet.net


    • Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton, an international law firm in New York, seeks a PRO BONO COORDINATOR. The firm has a strong commitment to pro bono legal work undertaking assignments relating to civil rights, criminal defense (including death penalty appeals), immigration matters, political asylum cases, economic and housing development, family rights and environmental conservation. The Pro Bono Coordinator will maintain regular contact with clearinghouse organizations (legal service providers that refer pro bono matters to the firm) for appropriate projects, maintain and expand the firm's internal pro bono website and remain informed regarding current pro bono issues. Bachelor's degree, excellent writing, editing, research and communication skills required. Prior experience in the NYC nonprofit community preferred. Please send resume and cover letter to: resumes@cgsh.com or Fax (212) 225-3999 or Mail: Personnel Dept., Suite 4300, One Liberty Plaza, New York, NY 10006.


    • Bailey House, Inc is committed to empowering people living with HIV/AIDS, their loved ones and the communities and agencies that serve them to operate at their fullest potential through the development and provision of housing and supportive services. We currently have several position open in our new Family and Adult Support Program in East Harlem. SOCIAL WORK SUPERVISOR, MSW plus supervisor experience, FAMILY CASE MANAGER, MSW and MENTAL HEALTH/SUBSTANCE ABUSE SPECIALIST, MSW + CASAC. Bilingual English/Spanish and experience in the HIV/AIDS community. Additional positions include MANAGER/NETWORK ADMINISTRATION, Maintain agencywide IS functions, BA required with three to five years of application experience, DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT, lead extensive development effort including fund raising,marketing, special events and more. MAINTENANCE WORKER for our scattered site program. We offer competitive salaries along with a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical/dental insurance, life/disability insurance, pension plan and five weeks vacation. If you are interested in applying for this positions please submit your resume in confidence by e-mail: hr@baileyhouse.org, by mail: Bailey House, Inc. 275 Seventh Avenue, NY NY 10001 Attention: Human Resources, or Fax: 212-414-1431. Bailey House, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    • PROGRAM ASSOCIATE works in conjunction with the Project Director, the FCYO's Board and committees, and other staff to implement the affairs of the FCYO. This full-time position is located out of the New York City offices of the Jewish Fund for Justice, the FCYO's fiscal administrator. The Program Associate receives ongoing supervision and support from the Project Director, the co-chairs of the Board, and other senior staff as necessary. The Program Associate reports to the Project Director and communicates regularly with the co-chairs of the FCYO Board. The Program Associate is responsible for coordinating and supporting the planning for national grantee gatherings; supporting the work of the Capacity Building and Outreach and Education Committees; providing administrative support to the Project Director and for the FCYO's grantmaking activities; and publicly representing the FCYO where appropriate. For a complete job description please contact Ms. Miao at 212-213-2113 x. 24. Deadline for applications is December 15, 2001.


    • PROGRAM MANAGER. National not-for-profit open space organization seeks program manager for its Playground Program in NYC. Responsibilities include coordinating site selection, collaborating with communities, agencies, and design/construction consultants, providing stewardship oversight, and assisting with fundraising, budgeting and marketing. Reqs: Bachelor's degree; three years related experience; excellent organizational, communication and problem-solving skills; proven record of developing consensus among varied groups. For more information: www.tpl.org. TPL is an equal opportunity employer. To apply, send resume to: TPL, Attn: HR, 666 Broadway, 9th Floor, New York, NY 10012, or fax 212-353-2052.


    • HOUSING POLICY ANALYST. The Community Service Society (CSS) seeks a housing policy analyst in its Public Policy Department to expand current housing research, advocacy and program development capabilities. Master's degree in public policy, urban planning, or related field required-Ph.D. preferred-with housing policy specialization and at least one-year demonstrated experience in housing research and report writing. Requires working familiarity with housing and community development issues in NYC, with quantitative and qualitative research methods, with SPSS and other data-analytic software. Demonstrated oral and written communication skills, ability to interact with resident and community organizations and with policy makers. Salary up to $45,000 depending on experience. Send letter of interest, current resume, and list of 3 references (one academic) to Human Resources by fax at (212) 614-5336, or by e-mail at or by mail to: Community Service Society, 105 E. 22nd Street, New York NY 10010.


    • COMMUNITY ORGANIZER works with Parent Action Committee, an established grass-roots organizing project led by parents in SW Bronx, whose goal is systemic improvement of the schools in District 9, where 77% of students do not read at grade level. C.O. works with parents to research, develop and implement multifaceted campaigns and conducts outreach. Requirements: Trained organizer with passion for social justice; minimum 2 years' experience. B.A./B.S. or M.S.W. Experienced organizers with equivalent training also considered. Salary: High-20s-low 30s. EDUCATION COUNSELOR, COLLEGE ACCESS CENTER Working with Center Director in new center, plan & conduct 1-1 counseling sessions & group workshops for teens, parent orientations & community outreach, with goal of assisting youth in overcoming barriers to higher education, staying on track through high school & applying to college. Requirements: Counseling/advising experience with focus on academic achievement and higher education opportunities. B.A./B.S. Salary: mid-20s-30K. AA/OFFICE MANAGER, COLLEGE ACCESS CENTER: As sole administrative support to education staff, manage day-to-day operations, receptionist & secretarial duties; orient walk-ins and new program participants; maintain resource library & staff calendars. Requirements: college credits/degree; related office experience; proficiency in MS Office, including Publisher. Salary: to mid-20s. ALL POSITIONS Full-time, year-round. Comprehensive benefits. Spanish bilingual important. New Settlement has an 11-year track record of neighborhood revitalization, community building & organizing, and positive youth development. Mail letter, résumé and 3 references to Job Search, New Settlement Apartments & Community Services, 1512 Townsend Avenue, Bronx, NY 10452. EEO/AA


    • OPERATIONS MANAGER needed for growing nonprofit messenger business. Must have dispatcher experience and history of homelessness. Full time with benefits. Send resumes to: Victoria Shire, New Horizon Courier Service, 1625 Lexington Ave, NY, NY 10029 or Fax 212-831-3934.


    • The Community Preservation Corporation, a not-for-profit affordable housing lender, has an opportunity for a highly motivated person to work in their Bronx office as an ASSISTANT MORTGAGE OFFICER. New York's low and moderate-income communities will benefit directly from your work. The Assistant Mortgage Officer will help the Director operate a field office by providing executive administrative support to two Mortgage Officers, and by being involved in all aspects of loan production - including but not limited to due diligence and preparation packages. Qualifications: The candidate must be articulate, have a willingness to learn and research, have good math skills, have knowledge of Real Estate and/or Community Development. Should be highly organized, detail oriented and accurate; able to write a business letter, licensed to drive a car, and proficient in Lotus 123 and Word Perfect (windows environment). Knowledge of NYC neighborhoods would be helpful. Competitive salary and excellent benefits. Please fax resume and state salary requirements to 718-543-3437. Please do not call.


    • A non-profit organization seeks an experienced person with a MSW to provide mental health services to high risk youths. Services include assessment, individual, group, and family therapies. Experience in mental health and adolescent development a must. Fax resume to (212)760-0766.
    • Faith-based CDC seeks a highly-motivate, assertive PROJECT MANAGER for low income housing tax credit rehabilitation projects and homeownership programs. S/he will oversee full development cycle including pre-development financing, tenant relocation, construction, property management, and lease up or sale. Qualifications: BS/BS, 3 + years experience managing complex projects with multiple partners; real estate development expertise; well-organized, self-starting, computer literate individual with excellent communication skills. Competitive salary, commensurate with experience. Forward resume and cover letter: Bridge Street Development Corporation, 266 Stuyvesant Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11221. Attn: Housing Project Manager Search, fax: 718-573-6874. Email: plucius@bsdc.org.


    • SOCIAL WORKER. CUCS' Prince George Supportive Housing program is recruiting for a Social Worker. Resp: Providing a full range of clinical services to tenants, assisting in program planning, development, and implementation of group services with particular emphasis on mental health, chemical dependency, and services to people living with HIV/AIDS. This position works closely with the Clinical Coordinator to ensure the effectiveness of the core services team. Reqs: New grads and experience clinicians encouraged to apply. MSW required; CSW preferred with at least 2 year post-Masters direct service experience with the populations served by the program. All candidates must have excellent outreach, assessment, written and verbal communication skills; computer literacy required. Salary range for this position is $37-40K; commensurate with experience and education; full benefits. Send cover letter and resume to Dawn Bradford , CUCS/The Prince George, 14 East 28th Street, New York, NY 10016. Fax: 212-471-0765. CUCS is committed to workforce diversity. EEO.


    • DIRECTOR COMMUNITY RELATIONS AND VOLUNTEER PROGRAMS Leading nonprofit organization has an immediate opening for a talented professional who can mobilize our already-existing volunteer base, design initiatives that recruits new volunteers throughout the city, and develop innovative projects that involve neighborhood-based and corporate volunteers in our advocacy efforts and direct service programs. Applicants must have grassroots organizing experience, an ability to build diverse coalitions, and excellent advocacy and public speaking skills. Send a resume to: Director, Human Resources, The Partnership for the Homeless, 305 Seventh Avenue, 13th floor, New York, New York 10001. AA/EOE.
    • The Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) is a large, multi-service non profit serving the Bronx for more than 25 years. The agency provides a broad range of individual and family services, including walk-in assistance and counseling, services to special-need populations, such as immigrants, children, adolescents, seniors, homeless families and singles, individuals affected by HIV/AIDS. CAB provides excellent benefits and offers opportunities for advancement. Resumes and cover letters indicating position may be mailed to 2054 Morris Ave., Bronx, NY 10453, or fax as directed. The Positive Living Program has an opening for an EDUCATION SPECIALIST. Responsibilities include providing HIV education workshops and coordinating outreach. The position requires a bachelor's degree in public health or related field. Bilingual English/Spanish is helpful. Fax credentials to Kashif Iqbal at 718-716-1065. The Nelson Avenue Family Residence has an opening for a TEACHER. The position requires a bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education or related discipline, and at least one year of experience working in a childcare setting. Fax credentials to Dana Yeary at 718-299-1682. CAB seeks a DIRECTOR OF TECHNOLOGY to oversee agency planning and systems, including supervision and scheduling of computer technicians, local area network development and maintenance, pc trouble shooting support, computer and peripheral purchasing and set up, virus protection, software support, inventory, consultants, email and Internet access. Tracking systems, and agency wide coordination. Fax credentials to Karen Courtney at 718-365-0697. The Nelson Family Residence has an opening for CASE MANAGER. The position requires a bachelors degree with experience in entitlements, advocacy and communication. Duties include assisting families with entitlements, conflict resolution, educational/employment issues & housing readiness. Fax credentials to Edward Neira at 718-299-1682. CAB is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.


    • OPERATIONS MANAGER. Briarwood Family Residence. Committed professional needed to supervise and monitor house management and security services for shelter serving homeless families; experienced supervisor with excellent interpersonal and communication skills; knowledge of homeless families, role of security services, positive attitude and excellent team player. Fax: 718-268-9235.


    • Northern Manhattan Perinatal Partnership a Maternal and Child Health Agency in Central Harlem seeks the following staff for its various programs. Baby Steps an early intervention program seeks: FAMILY ASSESMENT WORKER. Candidate will engage new and expecting at risk parents into the home visiting program. He/She will conduct outreach/screening in the community, complete home-based assessments and develop new outreach strategies/sites. Bilingual Spanish required. Some evenings and weekends required. Salary $25,000. Applicants should have High School Diploma and some experience in the human services field. SUPERVISOR - BSW/MSW to supervise four paraprofessional home visitors. Bilingual Spanish/French preferred. Should have some supervisory experience. Salary: $31,000. HOME VISITOR. Candidate will provide education, advocacy, and support to new and expecting families in Harlem. Bilingual Spanish, French, Woloof, Madingo. High School of GED required. Salary $21,7000, weekly unlimited Metro Card. Fax resumes to: J. Tuck 212-665-1842. The Sisterlink Prenatal Care Action Coalition seeks: PROGRAM ASSISTANT. Candidate will coordinate prenatal care services and HIV/AIDS prevention targeting high-risk women. He/She will develop referral and retention protocols for service providers. The individual will be responsible for recruitment, and training of a consumer advisory group. He/she will provide supervision to the consumer advisory group and assist the group with planning, improving, and evaluating the effectiveness of the Sisterlink Prenatal Care Action Coaltion. Qualifications: Candidate must have extensive knowledge of HIV/AIDS, familiarity with and sensitivity to the issues of the target population (substance abusers, homeless, teenagers, and immigrants) superior oral and written communication skills and experience in group facilitation, public speaking, and/or community organizing. Salary $21.47 per hour. This is a full time temporary position beginning December 1 2001-June 30, 2002. Fax resumes to Kim Whitfield at 212-665-1842. The Healthy Start Program seeks the following: PROGRAM ASSISTANT. The candidate will be responsible for arranging meetings with other providers, community organizations and individuals under the supervision of the Program Director. He/She will participate in monthly program meetings and quarterly consortia meetings. Order and maintain project equipment and supplies. Maintain client database, type reports, minutes, memos and correspondence. Qualifications: A two year degree or High School Diploma and a minimum of two years secretarial experience. Must be computer literate and have excellent writing skills. Salary $28,000. HARLEM WORKS COORDINATOR. Candidate will be responsible for the management of the day to day operation of the program. He or she will hire and supervise the consultants and trainers for the program, manage the budgetary aspect of the contract, and develop and understanding with potential employees. Will organize job fairs for clients and participate in program meetings. Qualifications: Bachelors in business, Vocational Rehabilitation, or similar field and two years experience managing a program. Salary: $40,000. Fax resumes to: B. Paul 212-665-1842.


    • SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELORS, (2.5) for 87 formerly homeless single adults in Central Harlem. Requirements: Bachelors Degree in human services or related discipline. CASAC preferred. At least 3 years experience working with homeless substance abusers. Bilingual preferred. HIV/AIDS Counselor for 260 formerly homeless at 3 sites, East, Central and West Harlem. Requirements: Bachelors Degree in human services or related discipline. RN preferred. At least 3 years experience working with homeless MICA/substance abusers. Bilingual preferred. ENTITLEMENT COUNSELOR for 260 formerly homeless at 3 sites, East, Central and West Harlem. Requirements: Bachelors degree in human services or related business specialty. At least 3 years experience working with homeless single adults. Bilingual preferred. COUNSELORS: ENTRY LEVEL POSITIONS. Two years college education in a human services field or two years experience working with formerly homeless single adults in residential setting. Bilingual preferred. Please submit resume and cover letter to: Marian Wilkinson, Director of Residential Services, 205 East 122 Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10035 or fax to: 212-426-6315


    • SUPERVISOR. MSW with experience preferred for Case Management community-based agency serving homebound seniors. Position includes supervision of social work staff and students, intake, program development and director client contact. Salary: $40,000 +. Send resume to Betsy Tuft, Director, Project Life, 312 East 109th Street, New York, NY 10029.


    • Haitian Women's Program (HWP) has the following positions available for hire: DIRECTOR OF PROGRAM SERVICES: Assist the Executive Director in the overall strategic planning for all HWP's programs. Must have MSW or MPH plus 5 years management experience. Housing Specialist: assist HIV clients with apt. search and advocacy. Must have BA/BS and 1 year experience with HIV + families. Fax or email resume and cover letter stating position of interest and salary requirements to: Gabrielle Kersaint, Executive Director, Haitian' s Women's Program, 464-466 Bergen Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217; Fax: 718-399-0360; email: HaitianWomensProgram@erols.com.


    • SOCIAL WORK SUPERVISOR. An innovative woman's job training program seeks dedicated MSW with 2 years experience to work with survivors of domestic violence/ women affected by loss of home/job, and provide clinical supervision to a small interdisciplinary staff, run groups and supervise mentoring program. Knowledge of entitlements, women's issues and housing issues necessary. Desire to be a team player in a flexible environment a plus. Only MSWs need apply. Fax resume, cover letter and salary history to: First Step, Coalition for the Homeless, Fax 917-507-0260, Email: FirstStepDirector@hotmail.com


    • ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR. Community-based, non-profit housing advocacy organization seeks Associate Director to provide fundraising and management support. Responsibilities include programmatic and personnel management, fundraiser, proposal writing, program development, reporting, outreach and administrative duties. 2 + years in non-profit fundraising and/or management. Ideal candidate will have excellent writing skills & knowledge of housing issues and is computer literate. Admission to the NY State Bar A+. Women and minorities encouraged to apply. Salary: 40's DOE. Excellent benefits. Send resume and cover letter to Executive Director, Housing Conservation Coordinators, 500 West 52nd Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10019 or by fax 212-541-5966.


    • Clover Hall, a new 72 unit permanent supported housing facility located in the Bedford Stuveysant section of Brooklyn is seeking two fully qualified and experienced RESIDENCE MANAGERS. We are also seeking a highly qualified and experienced CASAC to join our Clinical Team. Please fax Cover Letter (noting position and salary required) and resume to Bob Raphael at 718-602-9107. EOE committed to a diverse workforce.
    • Flatbush Development Corporation, a Brooklyn CDC, seeks Economic Development Coordinator to attract new businesses and promote improved business climate in Flatbush. Work with merchant associations and residents to promote and improve commercial areas. Work with individual business owners to prepare business plans and loan applications. Develop and implement strategy to attract new businesses that have been identified by residents as needed in the community. Candidate must have knowledge of small businesses and have the necessary skills to motivate diverse groups of merchants to work together. A BA plus three years of related experience is required. Candidate must have strong communication skills and the ability to write clearly and quickly. Competitive salary, depending on experience. This is an exciting position for a motivated team player. Please fax resume and cover letter to 718-859-4632.
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      Jobs posted in December 2000 From CITY LIMITS WEEKLY: New York's Urban Affairs News Magazine

      • ADVOCACY AND SERVICE SUPERVISOR. Advocacy and direct service not-for-profit on Upper East Side seeks Soc. Svs. Supervisor with two years experience in advocacy, housing rights & entitlements counseling. Excellent writing & verbal skills required. Must be organized, proactive, and supervise two advocacy counselors and caseload. MSW or equivalent, degree/experience preferred. Excellent benefits. EOE. Fax with cover letter to: D. Kirchoff, LNHH 212-288-0722.
      • Single Parent Resource Center seeks: FAMILY REUNIFICATION-PARENTING SPECIALIST/PROGRAM COORDINATOR (F/T). Provide family reunification skills-building parenting and support services to single mothers who have been separated from their children. Conduct support groups on site and organize positive family interaction days; conduct outreach and recruitment for program participants; provide individual counseling. Family Court & Foster Care advocacy and document group and individual contact statistics and recordings. Some evenings and Saturday. Requirements: Experience in foster care system; experience facilitating groups preferred; knowledge of parenting skills & substance abuse; good writing skills. Salary: Competitive with excellent benefits. Resume to: P. Hanson/Single Parent Resource Center, 31 East 28th Street, 2nd Floor, NYC 10016 or Fax: 212-951-7037.


      • OFFICE MANAGER/RECEPTIONIST. Pleasant, efficient, unflappable individual with top-notch computer skills and ability to convey warmth and respect on the phone and in person. Gatekeeper for a busy Single Parent Center, this individual must present a warm, welcoming image to the public and exercise sensitivity and maturity. General office responsibility require computer skills, familiarity with database maintenance, experience with office procedures, telephone systems, purchasing, and space management. Spanish speaking a definite plus. Ability to maintain confidentiality and businesslike demeanor essential. Flexible work hours, some early evening, weekend. Requires: At least 5 years of clerical, office experience. Top grade typing and computer skills, familiarity with data base. Evening and weekend availability. Mail or fax resume to: Office Manager, SPRC, 31 East 28th Street, New York, NY 10016. Fax: 212-951-7037. No phone calls please.


      • AMERICORPS MEMBERS-TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVE. New York Cares, a leading NYC nonprofit that organizes innovative, hands-on volunteer service projects, seeks three motivated team players to serve as AmeriCorps members for one year. Members will support, strengthen, & develop volunteer-driven programs that seek to bridge the Digital Divide. Requirements: HS diploma; basic understanding of technology and technology-related concepts; work experience; solid administrative, writing, and communications skills, and a commitment to community service. Stipend: $17,000, plus full health benefits. Fax resume & cover letter to 212-228-6414, attn: AmeriCorps or send via E-mail to kristina_berger@nycares.org.


      • TADA! is seeking a full-time DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNICATION to manage fund-raising efforts and enhance visibility. TADA! is a youth theater producing original musicals for family audiences, and providing musical theater and acting classes for children ages 5-17. Requirements include: exceptional organizational, writing and research skills; 3 years of fund-raising experience in arts or youth services. Send a resume to TADA!, attn: artistic director, via fax 212-243-6736 or by mail, 120 W 28th St, NY, NY 10001. For more see www.tadatheater.com.


      • HOUSING DEVELOPMENT PROJECT MANAGER. Faith-based, Bedford-Stuyvesant CDC seeks highly motivated, project manager for low income housing tax credit projects including the Neighborhood Redevelopment Program and Third Party Transfer Program. S/he will oversee full development cycle including pre-development financing, tenant relocation, construction, lease up, and property management. Qualifications include BS/BA plus 3+ years experience managing complex projects; real estate development or construction management experience; superior organizational, negotiation, and communication skills. Salary: Commensurate with experience. Forward resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to: Bridge Street Development Corporation 266 Stuyvesant Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11221 Attn: Housing Staff Search Fax 718-573-6874. E-mail: BridgeStDC@ aol.com.


      • HOMEOWNERSHIP COUNSELOR AND MARKETING REPRESENTATIVE. Faith-based, Bedford-Stuyvesant CDC seeks highly-motivated homeownership counselor/marketing representative. S/he will market and sell newly-constructed and newly-renovated, 2- to 4 unit homes to moderate and middle income applicants, assist in mortgage prequalification, conduct group training sessions on topics such as financial readiness for homeownership and mortgage products, and participate in activities and events intended to reduce predatory lending. Qualifications include BS/BS and 2+ experience in homeownership counseling or sales; superior communication skills; solid quantitative and analytical skills; and Word and Excel proficiency. Salary: Commensurate with experience. Forward resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to: Bridge Street Development Corporation 266 Stuyvesant Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11221 Attn: Housing Staff Search Fax 718-573-6874. E-mail: BridgeStDC@ aol.com


      • STAFF ATTORNEY. GMHC seeks Staff Attorney to represent clients and advise them of rights and obligations in family and housing law including litigation before family and housing Court Judges. The position works to ensure resolution of client problems and provides on site legal services to clients at community based locations. Requires JD and admission to New York State Bar. Proven experience with family and/or housing law and experience interacting with city, state and federal officials required. Must be able to do legal research, possess excellent writing skills including preparation of technical documents and court papers, strong interpersonal skills, including ability to work effectively in a diverse environment with clients, staff, outside attorneys and officials, and volunteers. Bilingual English/Spanish a plus. Send resume with cover letter that must include salary requirement to GMHC, HR Dept., 119 West 24th Street, New York, NY 10011. GMHC values diversity and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.


      • The Sunset Park Adult and Family Education Center seeks an EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST to provide employment readiness workshops and individual job counseling for adult students enrolled in Basic Education, GED preparation, and English for Speakers of Other Languages. Position also involves building community liaisons for training and employment opportunities. Master's degree in related field, plus at least three years' experience. Bilingual (Spanish) preferred. Please send cover letter and resume to Martha Kamber, Assistant Director, Sunset Park Adult and Family Education Center, 414 80th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11209. Fax: 718-491-5060.


      • The Sunset Park Adult and Family Education Center seeks a PART-TIME TEMPORARY SOCIAL WORKER or counselor to provide supportive services, psycho-educational workshops, short-term counseling, assessment and referrals for adult students enrolled in Basic Education, GED preparation, and English for Speakers of Other Languages. Master's degree in Social Work or related field, plus at least three years' experience. Bilingual (Spanish, Russian, or Arabic) candidates preferred. Please send resume and cover letter to: Martha Kamber, Assistant Director, Sunset Park Adult and Family Education Center, 414 80th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11209. Fax: 718-491-5060.


      • DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST. NY office, national affordable housing nonprofit seeks development professional for research, proposals and reports. BA/BS, 3 yrs. fundraising experience, excellent writing required. Fax one writing sample, cover letter, resume, salary requirements, to 212-262-9635 or mail: The Enterprise Foundation, Attn: NYC/Fundraising 80 Fifth Avenue, 6th Floor New York, NY 10011-8002 EOE M/F/V/H-Enterprise values diversity in its workforce.


      • STAFF ATTORNEY. For project established to protect tenants in SRO housing; represent tenants in various courts, bring building wide actions, etc. Salary: Union scale plus depending admittance & experience. Spanish helpful. Women and minorities especially welcome. Fax letter & resume to Elizabeth Kane, 212-721-1514.


      • SOCIAL WORKER/SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR. Growing non-profit social service agency, serving homeless people, has positions available for MSWs and CASAC, to work with homeless individuals and families. Must have experience with homelessness, HIV and mental health. Experience workers encouraged to apply. Strong supervision. Field work required. Excellent benefits. Send resume to: Care for the Homeless, 12 West 21st Street, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10010-6902. EOE Minorities encouraged to apply.


      • FAMILY PARTNER PROGRAM DIRECTOR. Habitat for Humanity - New York City, one of the fastest growing urban affiliates of Habitat for Humanity International, is seeking a highly motivated professional to fill its position of Family Partner Program Director. The FP Program Director will work with a dedicated team of colleagues, volunteers and homeowners to fulfill Habitat's mission of building "simple, decent" homes in partnership with people in need. Responsibilities include developing effective program goals and plans; establishing and monitoring city-wide family selection and support guidelines; facilitating communication between local committees and the Board of Directors family selection and support committees; recruiting volunteers and/or securing pro bono services for the FP Program; and coordinating conveyance of single family homes and condominium with attorneys, title companies and homeowners. Qualified candidates should have at least 3 years experience in housing, social service or community development, and preferably a background in providing services to low-income first-time homebuyers. Necessary skills include marketing, underwriting, homebuyer/homeowner education, program and policy evaluation, real estate and volunteer coordination. Knowledge of MS Project, Publisher, Word and Excel a plus. Position available for immediate hire. Salary range 35-40K based on experience with full benefits. Please send cover letter and resume to: Kevin Sullivan, Program Director, Habitat for Humanity-New York City 334 Furman Street Brooklyn, NY 11201 Fax 718-246-2787 x312


      • ASSISTANT DIRECTOR. NAMI-New York City Metro. Leading mental health education and advocacy organization seeks motivated, organized, articulate team player to work with staff and volunteers in small mid-Manhattan office (www.nami-nyc-metro.org). Responsibilities include community outreach; contracts and fiscal management; events; communications; administration. Mid-30Ks. Required: experience in above, Excel, Word, internet. Apply: NAMI-NYC Metro, fax: 212-684-3364 (cover letter, resume) or e-mail (namidirector@hotmail.com).


      • EMPLOYMENT COUNSELOR, NEXUS Project. The New York City Partnership, a not-for-profit organization, is seeking an Employment Counselor for its NEXUS Project. NEXUS assists its participants in the transition from welfare to work and economic self-sufficiency. The Employment Counselor will be responsible for ensuring that participants receive appropriate instruction through Job Readiness and Skills Training and perform various duties necessary to support clients' participation in the program and the continuing integrity of the program. Successful candidate will have experience in social services, problem solving and flexibility to work with a wide variety of individuals and organizations, be a team player, knowledgeable of NYC welfare reform, be willing to travel to all areas of NYC. BA/BS required. Send cover letter and resume to Thomas Greene, Human Resources, NYC Partnership, One Battery Park Plaza, NY 10004. Fax: 212- 493-7542 or email to tgreene@nycp.org. EOE.


      • CFRC is hiring: PROJECT DIRECTOR for Cookshop program, a senior position to expand/develop food education initiative; Project Coordinator for new Food Purchasing Project, addressing nutrition in emergency food programs; Case Manager for eviction prevention project. Budget reviews, resolve evictions. Further info at http://www.cfrcnyc.org/jobs.html. All have medical, dental, family coverage. AA/EOE. Resume to: CFRC Resumes, 39 Broadway, 10th Fl., NYC 10006; fax 212-616-4990. (Attn: Dave).


      • TWO EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST openings in Harlem based Placement Services for welfare recipients in drug treatment: job development. Employment verifications, follow-up, retention groups, some evenings or Saturdays. Requirements: verifiable job bank, strong communication skills. Relevant work experience in substance abuse treatment and computer literacy A+. Salary $30-$40K with benefits. Fax resume to: 212-280-6812.


      • ASSISTANT DIRECTOR/ADMINISTRATION SPECIALIST. Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation, a dynamic community based housing and workforce development agency in Washington Heights, seeks a detail and multi-task oriented Assistant Director/Administrative Specialist to assist with the day-to-day operations of the agency. Responsibilities include interfacing with the Executive Director in programmatic and administrative tasks; interfacing with the Controller in HR and personnel administration functions; interfacing with vendors/suppliers and overall office management. Requirements: minimum BA degree; computer literate; bilingual preferred. Fax resume to Barbara Lowry at 212-928-4180.


      • The American Red Cross in Greater New York has immediate openings for professionals to work in our Relocation Support Program Dept for formerly homeless families (women& children). CASEWORK SUPERVISOR. Work within a program comprehensive services to replace homeless families. Responsible for the coordination and supervision of home-based case management services, including supervising caseworkers and their work related family intake; assessment and service plan development; overseeing crisis intervention, advocacy & referral activities; coordinating inter-agency service provision with neighborhood-based social service providers to ensure successful relocation of homeless families recently placed in permanent housing. Position requires an MSW and 2 years experience in social services with high- risk families including a minimum of 1 year supervisory experience and knowledge of family dynamics, substance abuse and housing issues. SALARY; $40,500. VOCATIONAL SPECIALIST. Provide vocational assistance to previously homeless women by assessing employment and educational history & developing customized service plans. Ensure clients meet criteria for their programs; monitor/document progress; maintain a positive relationship with training and employment programs implement new programs as well as create a Resource Library. You'll also facilitate workshops coordinate a semi-annual employment and training fair for clients; and generate reports. Requirements: BA degree in Social Work; 4+ years vocational counseling or job placement experience; strong communication/interpersonal skills; a background running educational groups for adults preferred, SALARY $31,824. We offer a comprehensive benefits package. Please mail/fax resume to The American Red Cross in Greater New York, Human Resources Dept-DM, 150 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY10023; FAX 212-875-2357; E-mail careers@arcgny.org. An EOE. M/F/D/V.


      • PROGRAM DIRECTOR. Leading advocacy and social service organization for homeless people seeks a creative and talented Director for its expanding HIV/AIDS programs. The Director will oversee projects that include case management, access to health care, harm reduction, peer education, housing assistance and advocacy. The Director should have substantial experience in program design and implementation, staff training and supervision and issues affecting the HIV community. Applicants should have least 8 years relevant experience and an advanced degree. Salary to $60,000, excellent benefits. Resume and cover letter to: The Partnership for the Homeless, Director of Human Resources 305 Seventh Avenue, 13th floor, BOX POS-2 NY, NY 10001 AA/EEO M/F/D/V/SO.


      • Best Beginnings is a collaboration of Alianza Dominicana, Inc., Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgions and the New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. It aims to support young families, assure healthy parenting, promote optimal child health and development and prevent child abuse and neglect. Positions Available: CASEWORKERS/HOME VISITORS. Family Support Workers needed to provide regular home visits to pregnant women and families with newborns. FSWs offer support and information about parenting, make referrals to community agencies for needed services and link families with medical providers. Extensive training is provided. Minimum qualifications include high school degree or equivalent, some college preferred, demonstrated interest in education, social work or psychology. FAMILY ASSESSMENT WORKER. Responsible for identifying and recruiting families, screens potential participants for Best Beginnings Program, refers families to Supervisor and Family Support Workers or Home Visitors, meets with supervisors on a regular basis and attends in service trainings. Minimum qualifications: A college degree preferred. CHILD DEVELOPMENTALIST. Assesses infant development, mother-infant interaction, and family functioning every six months. Will make referrals for needed services and work as a resource person for staff of family support and assessment workers. Minimum Qualifications: Master's Degree in psychology (developmental, clinical, social) or in early education. Experience in administering standard assessment tools, (e.g. Bayley, NCAST) and working with high risk families. PROGRAM MANAGER. Responsible for day to day management of the clinical/service aspects of the project. Provides supervision and guidance to team of five supervisors. Responsible for supervising the provision of services to families. Minimum requirements: Master's Degree in human services, extensive experience in administration, supervision and case management. Excellent written, communication and interpersonal skills. All positions require organizational skills and the ability to speak/read/write Spanish. To Apply, contact Ms. Denise Hernandez, Program Director Best Beginnings/Alianza Dominicana, Inc., 2410 Amsterdam Avenue 2nd Floor, NY, NY 10033 Fax: 212-923-5509. Email: bestbeginnings2000@yahoo.com


      • The Tier II Coalition, Inc., and the Association of Service Providers to Homeless Adults (ASPHA) are two umbrella groups for over sixty non-profit organizations that provide emergency housing and related services to homeless families and homeless adults respectively. These two organizations collaborate closely and share administrative staff. We are currently seeking to fill two part-time positions: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Responsible for implementation and oversight of all administrative, fundraising, fiscal, analytic and advocacy functions. Requirements: Knowledge of homelessness issues related to New York City; advanced degree; computer literacy; and five years experience in social services including administration/management. Salary commensurate with experience. Part time, 20 hours. OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR. Responsible for all aspects of office management and administrative support, including typing, data entry, mailings, maintaining files, telephone reception, maintaining office inventory, assisting with meetings and seminars, bill payment. Requirements: Computer literate and willing to learn; work independently; flexible; interested in issues of homelessness. Salary $10.00 /hour. Part-time, 20 hours. Please send cover letter and resume to Frederick Shack, HELP USA, 30 East 33rd Street, 9th floor, New York, NY 10016 or fax to: 212- 444-1907.
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