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Location : Name Brooklyn Transitions Program
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Reports To:               Social Work Supervisor or Program Director Location:                    Park Slope and East New York, Brooklyn Hours:                      35 Hours/Week; Non-Exempt Job Summary: The Conference Facilitator coordinates and performs an array of family team conferences (FTCs) involving families enrolled in Brooklyn prevention programs. The Facilitator is responsible for using the Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) approved six-stage model for ensuring that every family’s voice and choice are included and highlighted during conferences that address the prevention services in place or needed, as well as the family’s progress towards achieving outcomes.   Major Duties of Social Work Conference Facilitator: - Facilitate FTCs for families and staff to review services, assess progress together, and help develop a plan of action to either ensure further progress towards positive child welfare outcomes or end services as appropriate. - Utilize the six-stage model for FTCs and encourage and support the use of specific program models (Solution-Based Casework, Functional Family Therapy, and Family Treatment/Rehabilitation) in interactions with families and staff. - Supervise full-time Conference Scheduler who handles all administrative and organizational tasks associated with ensuring that timely and effective conferences take place for all families. - Conduct visits to participant homes in order to hold conferences when needed. - Review each family case record in preparation for the conference to assess family needs, staff response, progress made, and to determine if additional attendees should be invited to join. - Submit accurate and timely documentation summarizing the outcomes of each conference as required by ACS in PROMIS and Connections databases. - Conduct follow-up reviews post-conference to ensure that agreed upon tasks are occurring as planned. - Facilitate ongoing and/or short-term participant groups or workshops to address salient themes or topics impacting families in the program. - Attend and participate in program staff meetings, case consultations, and related agency, model developer, and external training as appropriate. - Perform other duties as assigned. Qualities Sought: - Works to create and support a respectful and collegial environment. - Handles group facilitation and collaboration with staff and participants with professionalism and competence, ensuring the success and effectiveness of the program at large. - Creates, embodies, and supports a learning environment, regularly participating in training and professional development to augment conference/group facilitation skills and knowledge. - Offers and receives feedback and suggestions in a strength-based and constructive manner. - Dedicated to being a team player and active contributor to achieve the vision and mission of the program and agency. - Energetic, empathic, genuine, creative, and committed to making a difference for families and within the program, agency and community. Qualifications of Socia Worker - Master’s degree in Social Work or related field required; clinical license preferred - Bilingual in English/Spanish preferred - At least two years of work experience required in a child welfare-related setting facilitating groups and/or team meetings - Must have excellent group facilitation and communication skills and work well in a team - Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, and Word) required - Familiarity with Connections and PROMIS databases a plus - Must have a commitment to work from a strength based, youth and family development, and trauma-informed perspective.
Location : Name Brooklyn Transitions Program
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
  Reports To:              Program Director- Transitions FT/R   Location:                               503 5th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215   Hours:                                    35 hours, Exempt   Program Coordinator Job Summary:  The Brooklyn Transitions Family Treatment/Rehabilitation (FT/R) program is a specialized, home-based, borough-wide prevention program utilizing the Solution-Based Casework (SBC) model for families facing child welfare-related challenges due to substance abuse and/or mental health concerns who want to repair and improve family relationships and ensure the safety and well-being of children so that families can safely stay together. The Program Coordinator is responsible for the management and implementation of various program operations and functions that comprise an effective and successful program. The Program Coordinator is a key program leader and collaborates closely with the Program Director to ensure the program exceeds contractual commitments set forth by NYC Administration for Children’s Services (ACS).   Our Superstar Program Coordinator is: - Passionate about providing high-quality, evidence-informed services to families involved in the child welfare system to keep families together safely and ensure child well-being. - A lifetime learner, continuously developing their clinical and administrative skills and implementation of the FT/R model. - Dedicated to modeling strength-based, trauma informed practice with staff, families, and other program and agency stakeholders. - Committed to providing effective management, leadership, and supervisory skills to ensure successful program operations. - Focused on performance management goals to ensure that the program regularly exceeds expectations. Major Duties of Program Coordinator:   Leadership - Serve as a program and agency “culture carrier” for the advancement of the FT/R and SBC models as well as the agency’s mission, vision, and values in concert with the Program Director. - Communicate effectively with all levels of staff as well as external stakeholders. - Responsible with program leadership team to uplift and support positive staff morale. - Accountable for the smooth and seamless operation of various program functions. - Hold self and others to high expectations for performance excellence.   Program Operations - Recruit and hire varied levels of staff in collaboration with program leadership to ensure high quality performance in all program areas. - Manage the implementation of all relevant agency, funder, and model developer required policies and procedures to exceed expectations. - Prepare monthly internal and external statistical and tracking information in a timely manner reporting program activities and outcomes. - Coordinate intake processes and ensure robust program utilization to serve the maximum number of families whenever possible. - Supervise Family Team Conference Facilitator to ensure an effective and robust conferencing process throughout the program in which all expected conferences are held within mandated timeframes and offer a positive experience for families. - Schedule and facilitate required Clinical Diagnostic Team (CDT) meetings (composed of program staff of varied levels) according to funder’s criteria so that program staff engage in vigorous clinical conversations regarding treatment and services to shape effective decisions that move families forward. - Provide high quality clinical consultation with staff around substance abuse and mental health concerns impacting the families served and participate as needed in family sessions. - When indicated, facilitate groups, workshops, and participate in programmatic events.    Qualifications: - NYS LMSW,  NYS LMHC, or NYS LCAT required, advanced licensure/credentials preferred. - Four years’ experience in child welfare, mental health, or substance abuse setting required. - Approaches child welfare setting with cultural humility and an anti-racist lens. - Experience treating those dealing with substance abuse and mental health issues. - Must have strong ability to multi-task with attention to administrative details. - Excellent group facilitation skills. - Problem solver who takes initiative.  
Location : Name FFC Foster Care Services
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
  Title:      HOUSING SPECIALIST, Family Foster Care   Reports to: PROGRAM dIRECTOR OF MODEL FIDELITY & SPECIAL SERVICES   Location:   7 West Burnside Avenue, Bronx, NY 10453   Hours:      35 Hours/Week; Non-Exempt   Job Summary of Housing Specialist: Youth aging out of care in NYC face many hurdles in obtaining housing, including lack of affordable housing.The Housing Specialist will utilize a developmental approach to provide housing support to participants between the ages of 18-21. Supports will include developing housing leads and resources to help them locate housing; facilitating workshops to build residences’ skills and increase knowledge related to living independently and transitioning into the community; advocating on behalf of residents with landlords and brokers to overcome any challenges to securing suitable housing; and assisting with securing resources to help with moving expenses. Each area of focus requires expertise to ensure the youth can access housing opportunities, be supported emotionally, and continue to be plugged into to a supportive network after locating housing.   Major Duties: - Develops and maintains up to date information about housing issues, available subsidies, and programs. - Work with participants to develop and implement individualized goals based upon the specific service needs of the participant, and with a focus on moving into to a more independent living opportunity. - Collaborate with Property Manager to ensure all housing requirements are communicated to residents and maintained. - Develop and facilitate workshops to build skills and increase knowledge around living independently. Provides expert consultation/guidance to FFC/TFFC casework staff in their work with families with particular emphasis on those who need housing assistance. - Works directly with participants to assist them with housing services/problems. This may include accompanying them to apply for subsidies and to housing court appointments and fair hearings. - Establishes and maintains linkages with various programs providing housing services including ACS HPAD, NYCHA, DHS, EHV, Section 8 and various shelters, eviction prevention programs, legal services, realtors etc. Makes/assists with referrals as appropriate. - Participates in all conferences and/or meetings related to the discharge or preparation for young adulthood, i.e., Family Team Conferences, Clinical Meetings, Trial/Final Discharge meetings, goal changes and permanency planning conferences. - Remain familiar with current Section 8 policy and procedures, and train and inform staff about housing related issues including all housing application matters. - Complete a 3- and 6-month assessment for youth who have transitioned out of foster care into their own home. - Represents GSS at outside meetings/conferences/workshops particularly as they relate to housing and foster care issues as required by the agency. - Documents activity via progress notes and updates case management databases such as Connections and Care4. - Complete the tracking and monitoring of housing applications submitted by participants. - Performs other duties as assigned                                                                                                                                                                                  Qualifications:   - Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related social service field. - Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills to maintain required documentation. - Must be able to use public transportation systems, including subways and busses to attend various meetings and make home visits. - Must have a commitment to work from a strength based and/or youth development perspective. - Bilingual English/Spanish preferred. - Must have knowledge of Connections and Microsoft Suite. - Must have ability to work a flexible schedule when needed including some evenings, weekends, and holidays. - Must have a commitment to GSS models of practice including Sanctuary and ACS principles to promote permanency, safety, and well-being. - Good basic knowledge of housing field and service options - Minimum of one year’s experience in child welfare or related systems desirable. - Ability to relate to a wide variety of program participants and staff. - Excellent written, verbal, interpersonal and organizational skills necessary.                  Must have a commitment to work from a strength based and/or youth development perspective. General Requirements:  All staff is expected to be committed to the mission, vision, and values of Good Shepherd Services, which includes involvement in quality improvement activities and a willingness and ability to work within a culturally diverse environment.  
Location : Name Brooklyn LifeLink College Access
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Title:            Social Worker, Lifelink (Bronx & Brooklyn)   Reports to:       PROGRAM Directors, Bronx and Brooklyn   Location:              Brooklyn: 503 5th Ave. 4th Floor Brooklyn, NY 11385                 Bronx: 2471 Morris Ave. 2nd Floor Bronx, NY 10468   Hours:                   35 Hours/Week; Exempt (1-2 Days Remote) Split between Bronx/Brooklyn sites.   Job Summary: The Social Worker provides individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, attendance outreach, and workshops to young adults and assists in implementing other aspects of the Bronx and Brooklyn Lifelink Programs.     Major Duties:                   - Provide initial intake, assessment, planning and ongoing case management with students. - Conduct consistent outreach to disconnected students to connect to occupational and academic resources. - Provide individual and group counseling as well as crisis intervention support. - Facilitate case consultations with Lifelink staff. - Conduct workshops on self-care, healthy relationships, dating violence, nutrition and other relevant topics. - Develop resources and linkages to meet student needs. - Work with families and CUNY staff to assist students in achieving goals. - Assist in carrying out other aspects of the program including recognition events, trips and leadership activities. - Plan and coordinate with other Good Shepherd Services team members and relevant partner CUNY staff. - Develop and maintain partnerships with CUNY Counseling offices and external partner organizations. - Participate in agency-wide workgroups. - Perform statistical, narrative and record keeping duties as required. - Recruit and supervise team of social work interns working a both Lifelink sites. - Perform other duties as assigned.   Qualifications: - Masters in Social Work or related Mental Health field required, License in Mental Health field preferred. - Bilingual Spanish preferred - Must have experience working with adolescents/young adults individually and in groups. - Excellent verbal and written communication skills. - Must be able to work cohesively as part of an inter-disciplinary team. - Must have a commitment to work from a strength-based and youth development perspective.
Location : Name BRAG
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The B.R.A.G. DOE Program is a school-based services component designed to provide culturally competent programming to at-risk youth to reduce the likelihood of their involvement in violence in their school or community, and increase their engagement at school as measured through attendance, academic progress, and other measures. Our B.R.A.G. DOE Program serves middle and high school students within the Bronx 46th, 47th and 52nd Precinct, . The School Conflict Mediator (SCM) provides attendance outreach and individual and group counseling to students and assists in implementing other aspects of the B.R.A.G./DOE partnership school program to promote the education and leadership goals of the students. The program can also include school-wide activities to assist in changing the culture around violence and to assist schools in their response to incidents that occur in the school or community.  Target participants should reside in or near the target Cure Violence (CV) catchment area, and be selected based on their risk for, and previously documented engagement in, violence or other infractions in the school or community in consultation with the principal and the local CV provider.   Reports to:          ED/VOC COORDINATOR, B.R.A.G.    Location:             JEROME AVENUE, Bronx, New York 10453   Hours:                  40 Hours/Week; Non-Exempt   Major Duties:                      - Support at-risk youth in their efforts to demonstrate an improvement in overall attendance, academic achievement and reduce incidents of violence or other infractions in school or within the community. - Responsible for a caseload of students, including maintaining their attendance and educational progress and providing regular individual counseling meetings. - Provide attendance outreach, counseling and family support to help students attain a satisfactory attendance rate. This includes home or work site visits and requires use of public transportation and the ability to walk up stairs. - Plan and facilitate advisory group sessions. - Support student recruitment efforts and conduct intake assessments and interviews. - Support student progress and development by providing student & family with continuous feedback and resources to meet the individual needs of students and ensure success. - Work as part of a collaborative team of B.R.A.G./DOE faculty to support student progress. - Provide crisis intervention, conflict mediation, and social-emotional support. - Assist with referrals to outside resources, including cure violence, employment, emergency shelter, day care and additional social and educational services. - Ensure timely completion of documentation of work, statistics and ensure accuracy. Actively engage in individual and team use of data to inform practice. - Responsible for program orientation to the school for students and families. - Engage students’ families to support positive outcomes for the student; assist families with identified needs. - Participate in staff meetings, overnight retreats, and staff development. Occasional evening and Saturday hours required. - In collaboration with school faculty, develop and implement student enrichment and leadership activities. - Provide students with job and career development activities such as resume and cover letter writing, preparing for job applications and interview and learning about positive work habits. - In conjunction with the Internship Coordinator, conduct employment preparation workshops. - Perform other duties as assigned. Qualifications: - High school graduation or equivalent and three years of experience in community work or community centered activities in an area related to the duties as described. - Experience and knowledge of at-risk and gang-involved young people, including skills for working effectively with high-risk teenagers and young adults. - Excellent communication skills, including ability to communicate clearly, effectively and collaboratively with all levels of staff, program participants and community members. - Proficiency with computers and hand-held devices, including the ability to use databases and common office programs. - Ability to work highly flexible schedule that includes late evenings, weekends and holidays. - Ability to walk 30 blocks and travel by public transportation. - Bilingual Spanish/English preferred. - Valid driver’s license preferred. - Experience working with adolescents, individually and in groups. - Commitment to working as a member of an interdisciplinary school team. - Must have a commitment to work from a strength-based or youth and family development perspective.   Good Shepherd Services is a leading multi-service agency with more than 85 programs that serve over 30,000 youth and families each year – and builds on their strengths to help them gain skills for success.  At Good Shepherd we respect the dignity and worth of every person and reject intolerance, inequity and injustice in whatever form it may take. Voted one of the top 100 places to work in NYC by Crain’s New York, Good Shepherd Services offers a fantastic work environment, a collaborative team dedicated to fulfilling our mission, and an amazing array of benefits. Join our team and help make a difference!   General Requirements: All staff are expected to be committed to the mission, vision, and values of Good Shepherd Services, which includes involvement in quality improvement activities and a willingness and ability to work within a culturally diverse environment.   Good Shepherd Services is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, participants, volunteers, subcontractors, and vendors.  We do not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. 
Location : Name Chelsea Foyer
Job Locations US-NY-Manhattan
  We are looking for a dynamic Clinical Social Worker to join our team. As a member of the multidisciplinary team, the Clinical Social Worker provides clinical and therapeutic counseling services to residents of the Chelsea Foyer, an innovative 40-bed residential and vocational program for young adults who are preparing to transition into independent living. The Clinical Social Worker participates in the Sanctuary Model of care to insure trauma-sensitivity to all residents.  *Salary Commensurates with experience and relevant licensure*****   Clinical Social Worker Reports to: SOCIAL WORK SUPERVISOR, THE CHELSEA FOYER   Clinical Social Worker Job Location: 202 West 24th Street, New York, NY 10011    Clinical Social Worker Hours: 16 Hours/Week Afternoon/Evenings; Non-Exempt    Clinical Social Worker Major Duties: - Provides therapy: individual, group, and family counseling, using agreed-upon models. - Facilitates regular psychoeducational groups to residents on a broad range of topics - Functions as a member of the multidisciplinary team. Participates in Case Review Meetings, Interdisciplinary Conferences, Seeking Out Solutions, and other meetings. - Facilitates self sufficiency work, and in collaboration with other team members, arranges for wrap-around services in the community as needed. - Collaborates with interdisciplinary team to brainstorm long term, and provides clinical support. - Learn and use the Efforts to Outcomes (ETO) database system to document all case information within given time parameters. - Supports the Sanctuary model of trauma informed care. - Effectively uses and practices the Sanctuary Model tools: safety plans, community meetings, psycho-educational groups, team meetings, red flag reviews, treatment planning conferences (or similar), and self-care in the program to create a non-violent and trauma-sensitive culture. - Promotes and models the seven Sanctuary Model commitments to create a non-violent and trauma-sensitive culture. - Integrates the Sanctuary Model SELF (Safety, Emotional Management, Loss and Future) framework into daily practice to ensure quality care and an effective work environment. - Perform other duties as required.   Clinical Social Worker Qualifications:  - Master’s degree in Social Work and licensure (LMSW) required, LCSW preferred. - Clinical work with youth and families required; including crisis management. - Must have a clear understanding of the needs of young adults experiencing homelessness and a sensitivity to ethnical and cultural differences, and an understanding of the needs of the LGBTQ community. - Must have the ability to communicate with staff on all levels. - Demonstrated competence in verbal, written, organizational, and prioritization skills. - Capability to transition easily between working independently with a high degree of self-initiative and contributing as part of a team. - Excellent crisis intervention, advocacy and problem solving skills.  - Must have a commitment to work from a strength-based, youth development and trauma-informed perspective.  - Flexible hours to insure access and availability, - Must be able to provide first aid. - Ability to walk up and down several flights of stairs during an emergency situation   Good Shepherd Services is a leading multi-service agency with more than 85 programs that serve over 30,000 youth and families each year – and builds on their strengths to help them gain skills for success.  At Good Shepherd we respect the dignity and worth of every person and reject intolerance, inequity and injustice in whatever form it may take. Voted one of the top 100 places to work in NYC by Crain’s New York, Good Shepherd Services offers a fantastic work environment, a collaborative team dedicated to fulfilling our mission, and an amazing array of benefits. Join our team and help make a difference!   General Requirements: All staff is expected to be committed to the mission, vision, and values of Good Shepherd Services, which includes involvement in quality improvement activities and a willingness and ability to work within a culturally diverse environment.   Good Shepherd Services is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, participants, volunteers, subcontractors, and vendors. We do not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services.   PM19
Location : Name North Bronx Family Service Center
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Conference Facilitator coordinates and performs an array of family team conferences (FTCs) involving families enrolled in the Bronx prevention programs. The Facilitator is responsible for using the Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) approved six-stage model for ensuring that every family’s voice and choice are included and highlighted during conferences that address the prevention services in place or needed, as well as the family’s progress towards achieving outcomes.   Reports To:               Social Work Supervisor or Program Director Location:                    Morris Ave. Bronx, NY Hours:                      35 Hours/Week; Non-Exempt Major Duties: - Facilitate FTCs for families and staff to review services, assess progress together, and help develop a plan of action to either ensure further progress towards positive child welfare outcomes or end services as appropriate. - Utilize the six-stage model for FTCs and encourage and support the use of specific program models (Solution-Based Casework, and Family Treatment/Rehabilitation) in interactions with families and staff. - Supervise full-time Conference Scheduler who handles all administrative and organizational tasks associated with ensuring that timely and effective conferences take place for all families. - Conduct visits to participant homes in order to hold conferences when needed. - Review each family case record in preparation for the conference to assess family needs, staff response, progress made, and to determine if additional attendees should be invited to join. - Submit accurate and timely documentation summarizing each FTC as required by ACS in PROMIS and Connections databases. - Conduct follow-up reviews post-conference to ensure that agreed upon tasks are occurring as planned. - Facilitate ongoing and/or short-term participant groups or workshops to address salient themes or topics impacting families in the program. - Attend and participate in program staff meetings, case consultations, and related agency and external training as appropriate. - Perform other duties as assigned. Qualities Sought: - Works to create and support a respectful and collegial environment. - Handles group facilitation and collaboration with staff and participants with professionalism and competence, ensuring the success and effectiveness of the program at large. - Creates, embodies and supports a learning environment, regularly participating in training and professional development to augment conference facilitation skills and knowledge. - Offers and receives feedback and suggestions in a strength-based and constructive manner. - Dedicated to being a team player and active contributor to achieve the vision and mission of the program and agency. - Energetic, empathic, honest, genuine, creative, and committed to making a difference with families in the program, community, and agency. Qualifications: - Master’s degree in Social Work or related field required, clinical license preferred - Bilingual in English/Spanish preferred - At least two years of work experience required in a child welfare-related setting facilitating groups and/or team meetings - Must have excellent group facilitation and communication skills and work well in a team - Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, and Word) required - Familiarity with Connections and PROMIS databases a plus - Must have a commitment to work from a strength based, youth and family development, and trauma-informed perspective.
Location : Name North Bronx Family Service Center
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The North Bronx Program is a family support prevention program for families facing challenges which can impact the ability to parent their children. This program uses the Solution-Based Casework model of practice to provide comprehensive services for families.   Reports To:          Supervisor Location:                  2471 Morris Ave. Bronx, NY 10468 Hours:              35 hours (Exempt)   Our superstar Social Work candidate is: - Passionate about providing high quality services to families in child welfare within Community Districts 4 & 5 in the Bronx. - A lifetime learner, continuously developing your clinical skills - Dedicated to modeling strength-based, trauma-informed practice with families and colleagues. - Committed to the Good Shepherd Services mission, vision and values, and possesses cultural humility.   Major Duties of Social Work include: - Provide home-based and on-site individual, family, and group counseling, as well as short-term crisis intervention, including advocacy and outreach for designated caseload of twelve (12) families. - Engage families immediately upon referral, at times participating in Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) Child Safety Conferences. - Implement and integrate the principles and procedures of Solution-Based Casework (SBC): assessment, family and individual level outcomes, action plans, and documentation and celebration. - Handle case-related crises with professionalism, urgency, and care, including incidents involving reports to the State Central Registry. - Conduct screenings and assessments for substance use, mental illness, and child safety and well-being, including assessing caregiver capacity, home environment and conditions, discipline methods, etc. - Integrate the practices of SBC into every counseling session. - Ensure every child has been seen and properly assessed every month. - Provide appropriate casework contacts to meet the needs of the families; minimally twice a month. - Represent participant needs, concerns, and perspectives at all required ACS and GSS meetings and trainings.   Administrative and Advocacy Role: - Collaborate closely with ACS, service providers, schools, medical and mental health clinics, and other resources serving family members. - Provide consultation to and collaborate with Family Workers as needed to ensure high quality services to families. - Collaborate with ACS Family Services Unit (FSU) staff, Family Court Legal Services (FCLS) staff and other service providers in making safety decisions. - Attend and participate in Family Court hearings for families involved with ACS FSU. - Facilitate referrals to alcohol and substance abuse treatment facilities, mental health treatment providers, and other service providers, including escorts to appointments as needed. - Participate in case consultation, continued SBC training, and the SBC certification process. - Prepare and maintain FASP documentation, monthly statistical reports, and case work notes in adherence with agency policy. - Provide Court reports as needed to inform as to families’ progress or lack of progress in achieving outcomes. - Maintain appropriate utilization of state and city databases including PROMIS and Connections, as well as other agency databases as needed.   Qualifications of Social Work - MSW or related Master’s degree requires (Mental Health Counseling or Art Therapy degrees considered) - Child welfare experience preferred - Bilingual - English/Spanish preferred - Must have strong organizational, interpersonal, and counseling skills - Must be able to work at least 2 evenings per week to accommodate working families’ schedules - Must have strong inquiry skills and ability to seek and share internal and external best practices - Must have a commitment to work from a strength based, trauma-informed & youth and family development perspective - SBC trained and/or SBC certified a plus  
Location : Name BRAG
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Cure Violence Bronx Educational/Vocational Specialist works with program staff, in helping program participants connect with jobs, job readiness training and continuing education through developing contacts and networks in the public and private sector. The Educational/Vocational Specialist will help to provide economic support and employment related services to people in need for the purpose of promoting individual and family self-sufficiency in the areas within the Bronx 46th, 47th Precinct, and 52nd Precinct REPORTS TO: Ed/Voc Coordinator   LOCATION: 1995 Jerome and 4011 Bronxwood Avenue, Bronx, NY   HOURS: 35 Hours/Week, Exempt Major Duties: - Assisting participants in obtaining and maintaining employment that is consistent with their individual vocational goals. - Assessing participants’ vocational functioning on an ongoing basis utilizing background information and work experiences. - Conducting job development and job search activities directed towards positions that are individualized to the interests and uniqueness of the population served. - Providing outreach to employer contacts and serving as an advocate for participants and staff; providing necessary engagement with participants and staff to connect them to opportunities both within CMS and outside of CMS. - Assisting participants and community partners with the Anti-Gun Violence Employment Program paperwork and documentation requirements. - Assisting participants and staff with concerns including housing, health care, social service and educational issues. - Conduct outreach to the community (individually and as a team member) to build strong relationships with young people, residents, businesses and community agencies providing services within the catchment area. - Represent the program at all relevant community meetings and mobilize all to develop coordinated educational and vocational strategies. - Assist the Program Director in engaging, motivating, and coordinating the efforts of core and other volunteers. - Document all work including case notes and referrals using DOHMH approved database. - Provide participants with support and linkages to programs and opportunities in the community (e.g., job programs, GED, etc.). - Maintain regular participation in meetings coordinated by the MOCJ-OPGV, DOHMH, and GSS internal meetings as required. - Perform other duties as assigned. Qualifications: - A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college and two years of experience in community work or community centered activities in an area related to the duties described above;  - An in-depth knowledge of the educational and vocational process. - Demonstrated ability to perform effective community outreach and mobilize community efforts. - Experience and knowledge of at-risk and gang-involved young people, including skills for working effectively with high-risk teenagers and young adults. - Excellent communication skills, including ability to communicate clearly, effectively and collaboratively with all levels of staff, program participants and community members. - Proficiency with computers and hand-held devices, including the ability to use databases and common office programs. - Ability to work highly flexible schedule that includes late evenings, weekends and holidays. - Ability to walk 30 blocks and travel by public transportation. - No pending criminal cases or prior convictions for sexual assault, child abuse or domestic violence. - Criminal justice history preferred but may not be under current criminal justice supervision. - Commitment to working toward positive community change. - Valid, clean NYS driver’s license strongly preferred. - Bilingual Spanish-English preferred. - Commitment to work from a strength based, trauma informed youth and family development perspective. Good Shepherd Services is a leading multi-service agency with more than 85 programs that serve over 30,000 youth and families each year – and builds on their strengths to help them gain skills for success.  At Good Shepherd we respect the dignity and worth of every person and reject intolerance, inequity and injustice in whatever form it may take. Voted one of the top 100 places to work in NYC by Crain’s New York, Good Shepherd Services offers a fantastic work environment, a collaborative team dedicated to fulfilling our mission, and an amazing array of benefits. Join our team and help make a difference!   General Requirements: All staff are expected to be committed to the mission, vision, and values of Good Shepherd Services, which includes involvement in quality improvement activities and a willingness and ability to work within a culturally diverse environment.   Good Shepherd Services is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, participants, volunteers, subcontractors, and vendors.  We do not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. 
Location : Name Jerome Ave.
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Executive Assistant position is the liaison for the Community Based Division, supporting the Chief Program Officer and the BRAG programs located at Jerome Avenue.  The position requires excellent communication, organizational and collaboration skills and manages the fiscal responsibilities and administrative systems of the Community Based Division. The Executive Assistant also supports the Vice Presidents and other senior staff of the division as needed.  The person in this position is expected to be familiar with agency functions, aligned with GSS values and philosophy, and the policy of confidentiality regarding client information. The Executive Assistant is expected to take on a leadership role in this position and is required to always act with a professional demeanor in representing the agency and the Chief Program Officer.   Reports To: Chief Program Office, Community Based Programs Location:     1995 Jerome Avenue, Bronx, NY Hours:          35 hours, exempt   Major Duties: - Assist Chief Program Officer of Community Based Programs by providing administrative support (i.e., scheduling meetings, responding to requests, fielding emergencies, managing credit card expenses, etc.). - Maintain petty cash for the division (in particular for the CPO and Jerome based BRAG programs) and oversee a range of other fiscal and reporting functions such as check requests, credit card reconciliations, time-sheet approvals, etc. - Prepare confidential documentation and requisitions for payments. Maintain a back-up system for all information sent to the central office for audit purposes - Coordinate and provide administrative support for meetings within the division, and with other GSS divisions and/or external partners. - Assist with all aspects of events planning either on or off site, such as ordering food, setting up space, preparing materials, managing tours, ordering transportation, handling event registration, etc. - Order office supplies and equipment and organize the distribution to ensure the supplies are getting to the appropriate program/location. - Coordinate and communicate regularly with other administrative staff across the division, in both the Bronx and Brooklyn.  - Develop and maintain various records and formats on computer, as requested by each Vice Presidents and the Chief Program Officer. - Sets up or assists all new programs within the division with petty cash system and office supplies, and trains staff on procedures.  - Participates in the shutdown of program with the petty cash and office supplies. - Develop and monitor system to assist interested Vice Presidents with their OTPS budgets. - Provide coverage of reception area at Jerome site. - Serve as point person for IT and Facilities matters at Jerome site. - Manage calendar of bookable space at Jerome, i.e., conference room, offices, etc. - Ensure timely, Jerome wide building communication of important and urgent information (i.e., when servers are down, there is a flood, etc.). - Perform other duties as assigned. Qualities Sought: - Works to create and support a respectful and collegial environment. - Superior interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively as part of a team. - Ability to work independently, multi-task, prioritize and ask for guidance/assistance when needed. - Offers and receives feedback and suggestions in a strength-based and constructive manner. - Dedicated to being a team player and active contributor to achieve the vision and mission of the division. - Energetic, empathic, honest, genuine, professional, creative, and committed to making a difference with the families, community, program, and agency. Qualifications:  - Bachelor’s degree preferred, plus five years related experience required. - Valid driver’s license preferred, and ability to use public transit throughout New York City for travel to program locations required. - Strong organizational, planning, computer, written and verbal communication skills required. - Must be proficient in Word, Excel, Microsoft Outlook, and PowerPoint. - Demonstrated ability to use sound judgment to evaluate and respond appropriately to sensitive/urgent matters. - Must have a commitment to work from a strength based, youth & family development, trauma-informed, and anti-racism, and equity perspective.
Location : Name FFC Treatment Unit
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Program Director is a top level position within the Foster Family Care Division and as such is responsible for upholding the leadership’s strategic vision while fostering innovation in quality practice. The Program Director is responsible for the development and implementation of policies and procedures as well as the oversight of safety, permanency, and well being of families in the program.  A  leader of  a multi-disciplinary team, the Program Director works with a range of specialists and clinicians ensuring safe and timely permanency for each child and family.  In conjunction with the Supervisor, the Program Director is the primary decision maker on case situations and is  responsible for ensuring compliance with all city and state regulations as well as COA standards.   Reports To:                      SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, ENHANCED FOSTER CARE PROGRAMS   Location:                           7 West Burnside Avenue, Bronx, New York 10453   Hours:                 35 Hours/Week; Exempt   Major Duties:  - Implement practices that ensure compliance with City and State regulations, as well as promote Good Shepherd’s mission, vision, values and philosophy. - Ensure staff contacts are in compliance with New York Children’s Services (NYCS) standards and good practice in all areas of service provision, permanency planning, and case record documentation. - Conceive, develop, implement and supervise programming in collaboration with the Vice President and Chief Program Officer that is responsive and relevant to the needs of the participants - Supervise staff in ensuring that regular visiting plans are established and regularly updated as per progress toward reunification. Check regularly with parents to ensure they are being welcomed into the agency appropriately. - Ensure parental, foster parent, and youth participation as appropriate in planning and attendance in Family Team conferences. - Hire, train, supervise and evaluate assigned staff. Provide ongoing professional development and coaching to program supervisors. - Ensure that all newly hired staff obtain the basic orientation required by Training department and ACS. Identify training needs in order to orient staff immediate at the point of hire.  Work closely with training department to seek help in getting staff training needs met. - Evaluate staff performance per agency’s performance management policy. Begin progressive discipline with any staff who does not meet compliance standards. - Inform, train and monitor staff’s performance on foster care standards and strength based practices - Directly supervise program leadership by developing program supervisors and staff through feedback, training and learning opportunities. - Actively participate as an EFFC Representative (and share information) in relevant internal and external workgroups, committees and task forces, including the program’s Administrative Team and Divisional Leadership Group. - Monitor the calendars of supervisors, case planners and ancillary staff along with other planning tools to support supervisors in organizing their own and their staff’s schedule to establish priorities and to complete all required case contacts and documentation. - Review staff written documentation and provide written approval in CNNX as the second level approver of all case management decisions. - Train and monitor the timeliness and quality of court reports and coverage at all Permanency Hearings. - Work closely with GSS support services (e.g., Program Evaluation and Planning (PEP), Information Technology, Facilities, Finance, Training, Human Resources, Government Contracts, and Development). - Partner with PEP staff in fulfillment of Quality Improvement processes, including development and monitoring of program outcomes. - Develop and administer contracts and budgets, monitor contract compliance, and meet reporting requirements for each program and funding source; provide statistical and narrative reporting. - Lead the implementation of the Sanctuary Model of trauma‐informed practice within the department/program. - Encourage and advance the use of the Sanctuary Model tools: safety plans, community meetings, psycho‐educational groups, team meetings, red flag reviews, treatment planning conferences (or similar), and self‐care in the department/program to create a non‐violent and trauma‐sensitive culture. - Promote and model the Seven Sanctuary Model commitments to create a nonviolent and trauma‐sensitive culture. - Integrate the Sanctuary Model S.E.L.F. (Safety, Emotional Management, Loss and Future) framework into daily practice to ensure quality care and an effective work environment. - Utilize Sanctuary Model principals in the supervisory practice. - Perform other duties as assigned.   Qualifications:    - Masters degree Required. Master's in  Social Worker Preferred.  - LMSW or LCSW preferred.   - Minimum 5 years  supervision experience in related setting - Minimum of 5 years experience in Foster Care Highly Preferred. - Strong leadership and supervisory skills required. - Must be proficient in Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point, Access). - Excellent verbal, written and communication skills are required - Must have proven track record developing new procedures, protocols and programming. - Must be able to attend outside community meetings and work extended hours as needed. - Must have a commitment to work from a strength-based, youth and family development and trauma-informed perspective.
Location : Name BRAG North
Job Locations US-NY-New York City
The Cure Violence Bronx Administrative Assistant works with the Vice President, Administrative Manager and program staff to ensure that all clerical and operational program functions are handled daily. Additionally, the Administrative Assistant supports the team in working with community residents, businesses and community-based organizations of all types to assist in implementing strategies to reduce and prevent shootings and killings in selected “hot spot” areas within the Bronx 46th Precinct, which comprises: Fordham, University Heights, Morris Heights and Mount Hope, the Bronx 47th Precinct, which comprises: Woodlawn, Wakefield, Williamsbridge, Baychester, Edenwald, Olinville and Fishbay and the Bronx 52nd Precinct, which comprises: Bedford Park, Fordham, Kingsbridge, Norwood, Bronx Park, and University Heights. The Administrative Assistant aids the Vice President in coordinating regular mobilization and public education activities, managing social media accounts, overseeing the Anti-Gun Violence Employment Program in addition to assisting the supervisors, other program staff, and conducting community outreach.   REPORTS TO: Administrative Manager   LOCATION: Fordham Road, East 233rd Street & Jerome Avenue, Bronx, NY   HOURS: 40 Hours/Week, Non-Exempt     MAJOR DUTIES: - Provide office support to each B.R.A.G. unit as a program liaison by organizing, planning and executing daily activities. - Conduct all facets of the onboarding process that includes employment applications, background checks, medical clearances, toxicology testing and references via iCIMS. - Create and maintain all social media accounts to deliver the “No Guns, No Shootings” message, activities that are planned, followed and collaborated with relevant organizations connected to our mission. - Supervise all B.R.A.G. interns ensuring schedules, tasks, etc. are followed and or completed daily. - Coordinate program partnerships with local elected official staff. - Process clerical material, including typing and filing program and administrative correspondence and distribute checks. - Assist in entering data into the appropriate system as needed. - Create information packets and maintain materials for distribution to outside youth service providers to cultivate potential referrals as necessary. - Purchase and maintain inventory of office, kitchen, and new intake supplies. - Create, review and organize the volunteer list. - Attend all relevant meetings, trainings, workshops and outside events. - Schedule and attend regular participation in meetings coordinated by the DOHMH, the MOCJ/OPGV and GSS internal meetings as required. - Maintain and track petty cash, metro cards, youth stipends and other forms of reimbursement methods. - Answer and appropriately direct incoming calls and visitors. Maintain office equipment. - With the Vice President and staff, review shootings and other significant violent occurrences to plan immediate community response and other appropriate interventions. - Conduct outreach to the community (individually and as a team member) to build strong relationships with young people, residents, businesses and community groups including communities of faith and agencies providing services within the - catchment area. - Attend and or represent the program at all relevant Precinct Council, Community Board and additional meetings. - With the Senior Program Director, organize and lead regular mobilization activities within the community, including response to individual shootings, rallies, planning and coordination meetings, and public education activities. - Assist the Senior Program Director in the development and distribution of public education materials, including flyers, posters, stickers and social media postings to promulgate a “no guns, no shootings” message. - Support the Vice President in creating, ordering, maintaining and inventorying apparel for staff. - Provides support in the documentation of all work including shootings and acts of violence prevented, case notes, referrals using DOHMH, MOCJ/OPGV and GSS approved database. - Perform other duties as assigned.   QUALIFICATIONS:  - High School Diploma or GED required. - Bachelor’s degree preferred.  - Proficient in Micro Soft Office, Excel, Outlook, Intranet engines, databases and hand-held devices - Excellent communication skills, including ability to communicate clearly, effectively and collaboratively with all levels of staff, program participants and community members - Ability to work highly flexible schedule that includes late evenings, weekends and holidays - No pending criminal cases or prior convictions for sexual assault, child abuse or domestic violence - Commitment to working toward positive community change - Valid, clean NYS driver’s license preferred - Bilingual Spanish-English preferred - Commitment to work from a strength based, trauma informed youth and family development perspective
Location : Name AIM
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
AIM (Advocate, Intervene, Mentor) is an intensive mentoring and advocacy program serving adolescents between the ages of 13 and 18 who are on juvenile probation or at-risk of out-of-home placement as a result of a Family Court disposition. The Advocate Mentor will work with a cohort of four to six mentees providing intensive in-home and community support, guidance, and crisis intervention.   Reports to: PROGRAM DIRECTOR, AIM   Location: 692 Blake Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11207   Hours: 20 Hours/Week; Non-Traditional hours, including evenings and weekends.   Major Duties of the Advocate Mentor: • Serve as mentor for four to six court-involved young adults aged 13-18, who are on juvenile probation or facing out-of-home placement as a result of a Family Court disposition. • Provide intensive in-home support and guidance to mentees and their family members. • Work with mentees and family members to develop healthy communication skills and coping mechanisms. • Work with mentees to reflect on their current decision-making process and develop short- and long-term goals. • Escort mentees to school, court, DOP meetings and other required engagements as needed. • Make referrals to appropriate community resources for mentees and family members. • Participate in rotating mentor on-call schedule and respond to mentees and family members during crisis situations. • Create opportunities for participants to maximize their potential through the provision of engaging programming, high expectations, and high-quality services. • Meet with the Program Director for bi-weekly supervision. • Participate in case conferences and staff meetings. • Communicate with DOP Probation Officers as appropriate. • Use internal and external databases as required. • Participate in development and implementation of processes that ensure integration of participant feedback in program planning. • Participate in agency work groups and committees. • Participate in all DOP training and technical assistance sessions as required.   Advocate Mentor Qualifications: • Experience and comfort working with court-involved young adults. • Prior justice involvement preferred. • Familiarity with Brooklyn and the challenges faced by young adults living in the borough. • Experience working with families preferred. • Familiarity with strength-based/youth development principles. • Ability to work evenings and weekends, and flexible hours as needed. • Bilingual preferred.  
Location : Name Impact and Strategy
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Title: PROGRAM ANALYST (AFTERSCHOOLS), PROGRAM EVALUATION AND PLANNINGReports to: Program Evaluation & Planning Assistant Director (Community-Based/Ed/Voc)Location:         305 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10001Hours:              35 Hours/Week; Exempt                       Job Summary:  The Program Evaluation and Planning (PEP) team’s mission is to support program in learning from data to strategically strengthen services and innovate. It oversees agency-wide efforts in performance management, promoting implementation of evidence-based practices, and supporting evidence-generating activities. As a Program Analyst, you would be driving this mission with the agency’s 20+ Afterschool programs. Essential functions include: closely partnering with program leadership and staff on improvement efforts, making data accessible and relevant to day-to-day practice, inspiring the use of data by all levels of staff, customizing data collection systems, creating reports, and providing technical assistance. This position requires a passion for providing impactful services to our communities and participants, an expertise in afterschool practice and standards, and advanced technical and analytical skills. This work relies upon having the interpersonal agility to build relationships with multiple levels of staff and an enthusiasm for working in a collaborative learning environment.   As a Program Analyst, you will strategically guide quality improvement efforts: - Continuously assess and be aware of program performance, trends and needs to effectively support ongoing quality improvement strategies. - Strategize with program leadership around new and existing private funder and internal initiatives to effectively support program in tracking related outcomes and performance. - Maintain expertise in quality improvement approaches, evaluation, best practices, and emerging trends to inform your work.   Major Duties: - Support data integrity and primary participant databases - Coach staff and provide technical assistance regarding DYCD Database - Engage in data quality management: reconcile data between systems, perform data checks and produce data quality reports to ensure data integrity of all systems - Bring data to life by developing user-friendly reports to engage program staff - Produce regular funder and compliance-related reports - Design and update data collection tools - Analyze and visualize outcome and output data (in graphs, charts, and infographics) to tell a clear, compelling, and accurate story, and provide data in usable formats. Perform targeted data analysis and deeper dives into specific priority areas or areas of concern - Collaborate with our Grants & Contracts Departments; pull and analyze data to respond to government and private funder audits and requests. - Guide all levels of program staff in learning from data to strengthen services. - Regularly communicate with program and assist staff in interpreting internal and external data (i.e., data provided by City and State funders, literature, national trend data and internal outcomes data) to identify performance strengths and areas in need of development - Host participatory, action-oriented conversations around data at meetings with program staff - Connect data to lived experiences of staff and participants - Develop logic models for new programs, and revisions for existing programs - Proactively and creatively involve participants and communities in program evaluation and planning - Partner with program staff in implementing data-driven improvements - Guide program staff through improvement planning processes. - Create or modify tools (e.g., checklists, templates, forms) assist staff in using them and provide targeted follow up to identified improvement needs - Align and collaborate across team members - Actively collaborate with PEP Team members and contribute knowledge to the department: e.g., participate in group supervision, team meetings and cross-team workgroups - Collaborate with City, State, and other external funders and advocate on behalf of programs and Good Shepherd Services   Qualifications:  - Bachelor’s Degree required - Experience working in quality improvement or program evaluation - Experience working in youth development programs or other nonprofit field preferred - Experience using a database; knowledge of DYCD a plus - Experience creating reports and data visualizations to communicate outcomes - Commitment to providing impactful services to participants - Strong data management skills; understanding and love of data - Comfort using Excel or other statistical programs to manipulate, analyze and visualize data - Enthusiasm for collaboration; friendly and responsive - Experience managing multiple projects and a precise attention to detail - Ability to synthesize information from multiple sources - Strong written, verbal, and visual communication skills - Creativity and bold leadership
Location : Name Finance Department
Job Locations US-NY-New York
REPORTS TO:  ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, YOUTH AND FAMILY WELL-BEING   LOCATION:       Finance Department, 305 Seventh Ave., New York, NY 10001   HOURS:            35 Hours, Exempt    JOB SUMMARY:  The Contract Manager assists in the coordination and preparation of all Agency public and private budget management and related financial analysis.  This position will oversee the work of 3 Senior Contract Analysts. Will work with other departments within the Fiscal Contracts Department on a regular basis filling in as needed to achieve overall departmental goals.   MAJOR DUTIES: - Prepare and coordinate agency government, RFP and private funder budgets/billings  - Assist in preparing annual Agency-wide budget - Monitor all spending, variance analysis and contract funding utilization - Monitor timeline for budgets, modifications and billing to ensure timely budget submission. - Maintain the budget module and reporting systems in accounting software and related systems - Prepare analysis and documentation for quarterly budget meetings with program leadership to ensure best practice and use of agency revenue - Prepare budget modifications and journal entries as needed - Prepare financial analysis, including budget to financial variances, key financial health indicators, and other as needed for private funders - Work with other departments within the Fiscal Contracts Department on a regular basis in a supportive role to assist in meeting their objectives - Provide audit documentation as requested - Assist Controller with State Standards of Payment preparation - Work closely with the GAP department to monitor outstanding funding issues  - Contact government agencies as necessary to ensure Agency meets all guidelines  - Assist all other departments to accomplish their workload as needed - Perform other duties as assigned by the Director – Contracts & Budget   QUALIFICATIONS: - Bachelor’s degree required or equivalent plus 5 plus years related experience - Experience in budgetary and accounting analysis - Experience with fundraising budgets - Strong analytical skills are required - Capacity to be a creative thinker and assess prior and future practices - Excellent computer/technical skills, particularly Microsoft Excel - Experience with MIP System - Understanding of government requirements as related to a social service agency - Demonstrated analytical, problem-solving and organizational skills - Ability to meet deadlines - Good verbal and written communication skills - Must be able to work in a supportive manner with a variety of different personalities - Ability to work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment  
Location : Name Government Contracts & Philanthropy
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Title:                          GRANTS MANAGER   Reports To:               Vice president of Grants   Location:                    305 Seventh Avenue, New York, New York 10001            Hours:                         35 Hours/Week; Exempt   Job Summary:  The Grants Manager is primarily responsible for managing and coordinating the agency’s government and foundation fundraising efforts for our education-focused portfolio of programs, which includes our afterschool programs, community schools, and Groundwork for Success.                                                                                                   Major Duties: - Manage all aspects of proposal development and writing for both private foundations and government agencies under the supervision of the Vice President of Grants and in partnership with other grants team members. In order to create depth of knowledge and expertise, some of the tasks of the Grants Manager is responsible for includes: - Managing a portfolio of about 15-20 private funders. - Researching and identifying potential public and foundation funding prospects. - Attending pre-proposal/bidders’ conferences and technical assistance workshops for RFPs under consideration. - Conduct research for proposals and gather GSS’ performance evaluation statistics from the agency’s Program Evaluation and Planning (PEP) department. - Coordinate the preparation of proposal budgets and prepare budget narratives in coordination with program staff and the Fiscal department. - Oversee proposal assembly and submission. - Gather feedback from funders if not selected. - Prepare and submit narrative reports to Foundations and Corporations, including programmatic outcomes through coordination with PEP. - Coordinate and manage the program site visit process with funders. - Prepare correspondence and follow-up reports to private funders, as necessary, and respond to any questions they may have; participate in site visits as appropriate. - Maintain an understanding of institutional history and an expertise in the afterschool program area. - Meet with agency staff to identify ways to build and enhance programming. - Work closely with all Grants team members to develop, implement and monitor departmental procedures and systems to facilitate efficiency and good communication within agency and with funders. - Ensure that all government and foundation proposal, contacts, actions, and all related information are entered and updated in Salesforce. - Perform other duties as assigned. Knowledge and Skills - Strong written communication skills; ability to write clear, structured, articulate, and persuasive proposals; and ability to synthesize data and complex information into compelling narrative. - Strong editing skills. - Attention to detail and ability to meet multiple deadlines. - Excellent organizational and planning skills. - Experience with proposal writing and institutional donors. - Knowledge of basic fundraising techniques and strategies. - Comfortable working with individuals from all different backgrounds. - Able to maintain a sense of humor and utilize a strength based perspective when navigating multiple deadlines. - Possess the skills to multi-task and prioritize assignments based on the needs of the grants department and GSS as a whole. - Willingness to work the occasional evening and/or weekend when needed.   Qualifications: - Bachelors degree required. - At least three years’ experience in public or private fundraising preferred, with a demonstrated track record of successfully securing city, state, and federal government funding and/or private grants. - Strong organizational and writing skills, with ability to develop written materials quickly - Self-motivated, and detail- and deadline-oriented. - Strong interpersonal skills; capable of working comfortably with a variety of individuals at all levels inside and outside of the organization. - Familiarity and basic understanding of Salesforce a plus. - Knowledge of word processing software (MS Office—including Excel) required.  
Location : Name Impact and Strategy
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Title:             DATABASE ANALYST, PROGRAM EVALUATION AND PLANNING   Reports to:      Vice Present of Program Evaluation and Planning   Location:         305 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10001   Hours:              35 Hours/Week; Exempt                       Job Summary:  The Program Evaluation and Planning (PEP) team’s mission is to support GSS programs in learning from data to strengthen services. PEP oversees agency-wide efforts in outcomes management, continuous quality improvement, and supporting evidence-generating activities. As Database Analyst, you would be supporting this mission by increasing access to real-time data, customizing data collection systems, leading the advancement of data visualization methods and report automation, creating reports and ensuring efficient use of databases. The Database Analyst will collaborate closely with our IT Department and work across multiple roles within the PEP Department. This position requires a passion for providing impactful services to our communities and participants, advanced analytical and technical skills, extensive database/data systems knowledge, and an enthusiasm for working in a collaborative learning environment.     Data Access, Use & Analysis   - Develop innovative and efficient ways to collect and present data   - Identify and implement automation options for regular reporting - Utilize and coach PEP team on use of innovative data visualization and analysis tools - Create dashboards: synthesize data from different sources and produce dashboards to demonstrate broad trends - Work closely with PEP leadership on presentation of data reports, as well as other creative communication modalities to internal and external audiences - Assist in development of technology tools to enhance use of data across the agency - Develop and maintain PEP communication tools including intranet site and drive   - Analyze data across databases and promote utilization of agency-wide data - Pull and create user-friendly reports across multiple databases - Manage agency-wide aggregate served project and related efforts to track, analyze and report on agency-wide participants, services and outcomes, including projects with external partners - Partner with PEP Assistant Directors & Program Analysts to gather data across programs to perform agency-wide impact analysis - Gather national, state and citywide statistics for the purposes of comparative analysis   - In close collaboration with IT Department and Program Analysts develop Tableau dashboards to make real-time data accessible to programs and PEP - Strategically plan roll outs and lead project management - Work with program to map out reports and dashboards needed - Assess needed updates, revisions and new reports on ongoing basis  - Review and verify outputs   Database Management   - OCFS Connections and Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) Databases/Information Systems - Create new user accounts, assign appropriate business functions and security levels, reset passwords and close user accounts - Guide staff in activating and accessing multiple accounts and information systems  - Troubleshoot and coach staff to effectively use database systems - Lead implementation and roll out of new initiatives - Maintain expertise in data elements available across databases - Engage in data quality management between systems  - Promote database learning and knowledge management - Assess program staff database training needs (eg, Connections, Salesforce, ACS Safe Measures) and develop efficient training plan - Develop, coordinate and conduct training, including leveraging the use of a variety of training platforms (eg, webinars) - Create training materials and guides   What you have: - Bachelor’s Degree required - 2+ years experience in quality improvement or evaluation settings - Advanced Excel skills and knowledge of statistical packages (eg, SPSS, STATA, etc.) - Advanced data visualization skills and knowledge of related software (eg, Tableau) - Familiarity with youth and family development programs preferred - Database management experience - Strong data analysis and data management skills - Commitment to providing impactful services to participants - Passion for using data to improve program practice - Enthusiasm for collaboration across multiple teams; friendly and responsive - Desire to constantly innovate and increase efficiency - Experience managing multiple projects and a precise attention to detail
Location : Name A Phillip Randolph
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Title:        Transition Coach   Reports to:  GSS Program Director, A. Phillip Randolph H.S.   Location:    443 W 135th Street, Bronx, NY 10459   Hours:      18 Hours/Week; Monday - Friday   Job Summary: The Transition Coach provides college and career access support for students grades 9-12.    Major Duties: - Assist students with the filling out college applications, FAFSA and TAP - Provide support to school staff with college activities which include visiting college campuses, workshops, event planning - Provide support and information to help students become career ready - Distribute and collect attendance sheets for activities. - Facilitate and create workshops for students, parents and staff. - Support recent graduates with transitioning into college by assisting with college processes (which include submitting important documentation such as final transcripts, financial aid documents, degree etc.) - Support collection of student information and data. Help enter data intoYouth Services database. - Provide coverage of activities and program operations in absence of other staff. - Attend all staff development training sessions as specified. - Attend and participate in staff meetings - Maintain and update filing, inventory, and database systems, either manually or using a computer. - Compile, copy, sort, and file records of office activities. Qualifications: - High School Diploma required, must be a current college student - Alumni of the school preferred - Experience working in a high school setting and providing college access information required. - Good communication skills and ability to work collaboratively.
Location : Name Student Success Center - Longwood
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
Title:        Transition Coach   Reports to:  GSS Program Director, Longwood Preparatory Academy   Location:    965 Longwood Ave, The Bronx, NY 10459   Hours:      18 Hours/Week; Monday - Friday   Job Summary: The Transition Coach provides college and career access support for students grades 9-12.    Major Duties: - Assist students with the filling out college applications, FAFSA and TAP - Provide support to school staff with college activities which include visiting college campuses, workshops, event planning - Provide support and information to help students become career ready - Distribute and collect attendance sheets for activities. - Facilitate and create workshops for students, parents and staff. - Support recent graduates with transitioning into college by assisting with college processes (which include submitting important documentation such as final transcripts, financial aid documents, degree etc.) - Support collection of student information and data. Help enter data intoYouth Services database. - Provide coverage of activities and program operations in absence of other staff. - Attend all staff development training sessions as specified. - Attend and participate in staff meetings - Maintain and update filing, inventory, and database systems, either manually or using a computer. - Compile, copy, sort, and file records of office activities. Qualifications: - High School Diploma required, must be a current college student - Alumni of the school preferred - Experience working in a high school setting and providing college access information required. - Good communication skills and ability to work collaboratively.  
Location : Name Success Center at Dewitt Clinton
Job Locations US-
Title:        Transition Coach   Reports to:   GSS Program Director, DeWitt Clinton HS   Location:    100 West Mosholu Parkway, Bronx, NY 10468   Hours:      18 Hours/Week; Monday - Friday   Job Summary: The Transition Coach provides college and career access support for students grades 9-12.    Major Duties: - Assist students with the filling out college applications, FAFSA and TAP - Provide support to school staff with college activities which include visiting college campuses, workshops, event planning - Provide support and information to help students become career ready - Distribute and collect attendance sheets for activities. - Facilitate and create workshops for students, parents and staff. - Support recent graduates with transitioning into college by assisting with college processes (which include submitting important documentation such as final transcripts, financial aid documents, degree etc.) - Support collection of student information and data. Help enter data intoYouth Services database. - Provide coverage of activities and program operations in absence of other staff. - Attend all staff development training sessions as specified. - Attend and participate in staff meetings - Maintain and update filing, inventory, and database systems, either manually or using a computer. - Compile, copy, sort, and file records of office activities. Qualifications: - High School Diploma required, must be a current college student - Alumni of the school preferred - Experience working in a high school setting and providing college access information required. - Good communication skills and ability to work collaboratively.

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