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Location : Name Prince Joshua Avitto Comm. Center
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
The Group Leader is responsible for the overall development, management, and organization and planning of his or her group. Including integrated educational projects, recreation, arts and crafts and group building activities.   Reports To:   DIRECTOR OF YOUTH SERVICES, BROOKLYN COMMUNITY BASED PROGRAMS   Location:     876 Schenck Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11207   Hours:          Up to 10 hours/Weeks; Non-exempt; Weeknights & Saturdays   MAJOR DUTIES: - Plan and facilitate engaging teen activities for evening program ranging from game nights, movie nights, study hall, etc. -  Engage participants in Saturday Camp activities and role model appropriate behavior. - Responsible for creating culture within groups by developing group identities, chants, and rituals. - Responsible for the transition of group from one activity to the next. - Engage in outreach activities to ensure attendance and participation. - Provide support to activity instructors and other group leaders.  - Develop positive relationships with participants, and colleagues. - Attends all staff meetings and staff development trainings sessions, as specified. - Plan and prepare culminating events for participants to showcase their activities. - Ensure participants are prepared and able to illustrate what they learned in culminating events.  - Assist with organizing parent engagement events. - Engage with parents and guardians as necessary in a professional manner.  - Discuss behavior problems and situations with supervisor as they emerge. Resolve conflict within your group while seeking assistance from other staff, supervisors and directors when necessary. - Foster a youth development, strength’s based environment, fostering a sense of belonging, safety, and community to participants.  - Supervise support staff assigned to your group. - Engage and facilitate group conversations, tracking and supporting students’ academic success.  - Demonstrate effective classroom management skills. - Inspect all facilities, equipment, and supplies and be sure all are locked away securely at the end of each day - Maintain all required records for your group. - Maintain strict adherence to policies and procedures at all times. - Participate in afterschool events and Trips. - Perform other duties as assigned.  QUALIFICATIONS:    - Associates Degree in a child welfare or related field OR High School/ GED Diploma and 2 years related experience in youth development programs required.   - Able to lead and participate in group activities.  - A commitment to working with youth from a variety of backgrounds, while providing high quality services.  - Must have a commitment to work from a strength-based, youth and family development and trauma-informed perspective. 
Location : Name Green House
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
 Title:                        Administrative Assistant, GREEN HOUSE HARD TO PLACE GROUP HOME AND SHARP HOUSE NSD PROGRAM Reports To:              ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGERLocation:                2207 University Avenue & 2190 University Avenue Bronx, New York 10453Hours:                     35 Hours/Week, Non-exempt   Job Summary: The Administrative Assistant provides administrative and clerical support to the programs and assists them in the proper functioning of the program. Provides administrative support to other staff members as directed. S/he functions as part of the program milieu.                               Major Duties:          - Process all clerical material, including typing and filing of all program and administrative correspondence and reports, including taking and circulating minutes of meetings. - Manage telephone communications. - Maintain residence and staff files. - Update and maintain agency forms and logbooks. - Oversee the collection and preparation of program information. - Assist staff in implementing various program activities. - Order all supplies and equipment. - Oversee repairs and maintenance of facility and office equipment. - Coordinate all aspects of the petty cash system for Green House and Sharp House programs - Collaborate with Directors and supervisors to create a warm and welcoming reception for all children, families, GSS staff, and visitors. - Participate in ongoing meetings, conferences, and training programs as required. - Interact and communicate with Good Shepherd staff in matters related to, but not limited to, the needs of the residents and the programs. - Perform escort duties in emergencies. - Submit daily/weekly census on program participants and manage participants’ change of status documentation. - Support using Sanctuary Model tools such as safety plans, community meetings, 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 non-violent and trauma-sensitive culture. - Integrate 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 assigned.   Qualifications:             - High School Diploma required; Bachelor’s degree preferred. - Three years of related administrative experience required. - Bilingual English/Spanish preferred. - Must be able to work flexible hours. - Must be proficient in Word, Excel, Microsoft Outlook, PowerPoint and Access. - Must be able to complete and pass all components of Safe Crisis Management physical intervention training. - Participants should be capable of sustained physical exertion. - Must be able to complete and pass all components of required physical intervention training. - Ability to perform physical restraint of youth using approved restraint procedures. - Must be capable of sustained physical exertion and have no limitations on ability to engage in necessary physical intervention activities including but not limited to standing and kneeling movements to and from the floor and supporting a participant’s body weight. - Ability to use public transportation throughout New York City for travel to program locations as needed. - Valid driver’s license required. - Must have a commitment to work from a strength-based, youth development and trauma-informed perspective. 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.
Location : Name BRAG Northwest
Job Locations US-NY-New York City
The Cure Violence Bronx Violence Interrupter Supervisor works with program staff, community residents, businesses and community-based organizations of all types to implement strategies to reduce and prevent shootings and killings in selected “hot spot” areas within the Bronx 52nd Precinct, which comprises: Bedford Park, Fordham, Kingsbridge, Norwood, Bronx Park, and University Heights. The Violence Interrupter Supervisor assists the Director to coordinate regular mobilization and public education activities in addition to assisting the Director in supervising other program staff, and conducting community outreach.   Reports to: DIRECTOR, B.R.A.G. NORTHWEST CURE VIOLENCE BRONX   Location: Fordham Road, Bronx, NY   Hours: 40 Hours/Week, Exempt   MAJOR DUTIES: - Supervises Hospital Responder and Violence Interrupters, including planning daily and weekly activities for and with staff, to ensure staff are present in places and at times to be able to most effectively intervene in St. Barnabas Hospital and on the street. - With the Program Supervisor and staff team, review shootings and other significant violent occurrences to plan immediate community response and other appropriate interventions. - Investigate the causes of shootings/killings to assist in mediating situations and preventing retaliation between individuals and groups. - Conduct outreach to the community and St. Barnabas Hospital (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. - Represent the program at all relevant community and St. Barnabas Hospital meetings and mobilize all to develop coordinated anti-gun/anti-violence messaging. With the Program Supervisor, 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 Program Supervisor in engaging, motivating, and coordinating the efforts of core and other volunteers. - Assist the Program Supervisor 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. - Work with the community, St. Barnabas Hospital, other outreach programs and local law enforcement to gain information that may be helpful in preventing further violence. - Document all work including shootings and acts of violence prevented, case notes, referrals using DOHMH approved database plus coordinate and review staff documentation. - Identify youth who are gang members and those at risk for joining gangs and intervene in their lives through case management to aid in solving current problems and preventing future ones. - Provide clients with support and linkages to programs and opportunities in the community (e.g., job programs, GED, drug treatment, and mentoring). - Attend meetings with law enforcement, prosecution, probation, and agencies such as community boards providing opportunities to coordinate efforts to reduce violence. - Maintain regular participation in meetings coordinated by the MOCJ-OPGV, DOHMH, and GSS internal meetings as required. - Assure that the program is informed by and its staff trained in Trauma-Informed Practice (TIP), which may include adoption of the Sanctuary Model of TIP. Perform other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS: - An in-depth knowledge of the Bronx 52nd Precinct neighborhoods. - Residence within the area strongly preferred. - 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. - Ability to pass drug screening. - 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.
Location : Name Government Contracts & Philanthropy
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Title:                           GRANT WRITER   Reports To:              VICE PRESIDENT OF GRANTS   Location:                    305 Seventh Avenue, New York, New York 10001            Hours:                         35 Hours/Week; Exempt   Salary Range:            $60,000 - $66,300/year   Job Summary:  With support and guidance from the Vice President of Grants, the Grant Writer will oversee the agency’s government and foundation fundraising efforts for our education-based portfolio of programs. Specific responsibilities includes: - Manage a portfolio of private foundation and corporate funders who support GSS after-schools and summer camps, community schools, community centers, and Groundwork for Success college success initiative. This includes writing interim and final reports, and renewal requests, liaising with our Program Evaluation and Planning department to secure and analyze program outcomes, and working with our finance department on program expense reports and budgets. - Research public and private funding opportunities, including completing RFP (Request for Proposal) summaries - Work with other grants team members to complete large public proposals to NYC and NY State government agencies, such as the NYC Department of Probation and the Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice. - Assist other grants team members in the completion of proposals and reports through writing specific sections and helping secure program outcomes and financials documents. - Be an active member of the grants team, including attending weekly team meetings, monthly agency town halls, and help complete other initiatives when they arise. - As needed, attend external meetings (e.g., bidders conferences) as a representative of the grants team and GSS. - Complete special projects as necessary.   QUALIFICATIONS: - Bachelor’s degree preferred. - Be a strong writer and have a passion for the written word. This can include writing in your personal life (e.g., creative fiction; poetry) and/or experience writing in a professional setting – grant writing experience preferred but not necessary. - Must be self-motivated, detail and deadline oriented, and comfortable following up via email, phone, and in-person with staff at all levels of the organization to secure information. - Comfortable working with individuals from all different backgrounds. - Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite required; familiarity with fundraising or government contracting databases (e.g., Salesforce) a bonus but not necessary. - 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.
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 FFC Health Services
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
We are looking for a New York State Licensed Practical Nurse to oversee medical care management of our youth in family foster care.  The LPN Promotes and restores youths’ health by completing the nursing process, collaborating with physicians and multidisciplinary team members; providing physical and psychological support to youth and their families.     Reports to:   HEALTH SERVICES MANAGER, HEALTH SERVICES    Location:    Bronx, NY     Hours:      35 Hours, Non-Exempt   Major Duties: - Identify health needs of adolescents in care and their caretakers through home visits and other direct means of interaction. - Establish for the adolescents in care a medical home that will address current and future health care needs. - Act as a liaison between multiple providers in the provision of health services for our adolescents in care. - Establish a compassionate environment by providing emotional, psychological, and spiritual support to clients and families. - Promote client’s independence by establishing goals, teaching clients, families and caretakers to understand condition, medications and self-care skills. - Resolve client problems and needs by utilizing multidisciplinary team strategies. - Document client care services by charting in patient and department records; on-going auditing of medical records to ensure compliance with regulatory agencies. - Communicate with clients and multidisciplinary team by providing client related health information. - Maintain a cooperative relationship among health care team by communicating information, responding to requests, building rapport, participating in team problem-solving methods. - Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed. - Administer medication and monitor the youth’s response to prescribed medication  - Effectively use and practice 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 non-violent and trauma-sensitive culture. - Integrate 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 assigned.  Qualifications:   - Graduate of an accredited practical nursing program.  - Must demonstrate firm command of nursing principles and practices.   - Ability to work collaboratively with clients, family and staff.   - Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.  - Must have a current American Heart/ or American Red Cross CPR Certificate to deal with infants, adolescents and adults.   - Must be able to accompany youngsters to various appointments.  - Must have a commitment to work from a strength based and/or your development and trauma informed perspective. - Bilingual Spanish Strongly Preferred.
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 Learning and Development
Job Locations US-NY-Manhattan
Title:                                AssistantDirector of Leadership Development and Organization Development Reports to:                      Chief Anti-Racism & Equity Officer Department:           Anti-Racism & Equity (ARE) Location:                         Hybrid Hours:                               35 hours per week, exempt Salary:                $88,000 – $98,000    Good Shepherd Services’Leadership Development aims to attract, retain, and strengthen anti-racist talent committed to organizational learning, healing and growth. To actualize its vision, the subfunction brings an anti-racist lens to the design and delivery of leadership and talent solutions.   The Assistant Director of Leadership Developmen and Organization Development is responsible for helping to 1) develop the current and next generation of leaders at the agency, and 2) in collaboration with our Learning & Development subfunction, position us to be a leader in nonprofit professional development. Below are the core functions of the Director of Leadership Development, as well as additional expectations to be successful in the role.   Leadership Development - Leadership Assessment: Function as an in-house expert on key leadership assessment tools (e.g., 360s, DISC, Workplace Big 5, Learning Styles, FIRO-B, Change Style Indicator). - Competency Design: Develop a GSS philosophy, framework, and set of competencies for leadership and management that align with Career Maps, Performance Management and Succession Planning. - Leadership Coaching: Help leaders develop a coaching orientation to their people-management practice. Provide direct Executive Coaching and Career Coaching when appropriate. - Curriculum Design & Delivery: Design, launch and develop learning curricula for staff at various levels of the organization. - Program Management: Manage and develop the Jean Goldberg Thomases Leadership (JGTL) Institute, and the three levels of Supervisory Certificate Programs. Design new leadership programming including mentoring, job coaching and communities of practice. - Training & Facilitation: Deliver virtual and in-person full-, half-day, and partial-day training and facilitate workshops for supervisors, emerging leaders and senior leaders. - Evaluation: Conduct training and workshop evaluations and make recommendations for improvements. Evaluate leadership development program effectiveness relative to desired individual and agency-wide outcomes. Talent Planning & Management - Talent Strategy: Deliver solutions and manage an anti-racist talent pipeline to 1) drive the agency’s Talent Strategy, 2) identify key staff and cultivate a pool of high-potential talent, 3) ensure talent readiness for all leadership and key roles, and 4) close leadership succession plan gaps as necessary. - Career Mapping: Design and implement a cross-functional Career Map Framework that integrates with the agency’s Performance Management & Rewards system, supports its Talent Strategy, and shores up the leadership succession pipeline.\ Talent Planning and Management in Partnership with HR: - Succession Planning: Design and lead a formal Succession Planning process that will provide the agency with a 5-year view of talent readiness for key positions and leadership roles, and a process for the Executive Team to identify and discuss talent and calibrate talent-selection decisions. - Performance Management & Rewards: Design and operationalize a formal Performance Management & Rewards system that includes 360-style performance reviews. Ensure seamless integration with Career Mapping and Succession Planning. Train Human Resources and other key stakeholders on the new process and technologies and ensure staff at all levels of the organization adopt both. - Staff Satisfaction Surveys: Develop an annual Staff Engagement & Retention Survey that helps HR track organization performance against benchmarks and best practices. - Onboarding: Collaborate with the Learning & Development and Mission & Culture subfunctions, as well as HR, to create and implement an agency-wide onboarding framework and programming. - Offboarding: Develop and maintain the agency’s Offboarding & Outplacement Services, including Exit Surveys, Exit Interviews, and Career Transition support where appropriate.   Additional Expectations: Strategic Planning - Vision & Strategy: Develop and drive the Organization & Leadership Development vision and strategy. - Strategic Alignment: Align sub-functional goals to the agency strategic plan.   Project Management - Project Planning: Create detailed, cross-functional project plans and lead the coordination of people and resources to manage work streams and complete related tasks on time and within budget. - Organization Effectiveness & Continuous Improvement: Monitor and communicate project and deadline dependencies. Conduct after-action reviews and make recommendations for process efficiency and improved resourcing when necessary. Strategic Communications - Communications Planning & Management: Draft communications plans and manage points of accountability to ensure timely content delivery, reviews and approvals. - Copywriting & Copyediting: Write, design and distribute collateral material for the subfunction. Write and edit talking points, meeting PPT decks and pre-reads, surveys, board reports, donor updates, instruction guides, promo copy, video scripts, website content, and social media posts. - Recruitment: Lead recruitment for leadership programming and foster program alumni networks. - Social Media Management & Awareness: Plan and launch awareness campaigns. In collaboration with GSS Communications and HR, help promote Organization & Leadership Development and Anti-Racism & Equity on social media. Share information and stories about how the subfunction and department drive equity across the organization. - Video Production: Help shoot and edit videos for Organization & Leadership Development efforts. Strategic Program Design & Development - Advising: Serve as a thought-partner to the Assistant Executive Director of Anti-Racism and Equity on all matters related to organization and leadership development and management solutions that have an anti-racism and equity lens. - Vendor Management: Source and manage relationships with vendors, including contracting, drafting statements of work, processing invoices, delivering orientation training, and conducting debriefs. - Research & Development: Continue to grow the research and development component of the JGTL Institute and other programs by sharing leadership-related resources. Create innovative approaches to talent development, looking beyond conventional wisdom to create real change. Stakeholder Engagement & Management  - Strategic Partnerships: Develop partnerships with top organizations in the leadership and management space. Connect GSS leaders with other key leadership communities within NYC. - Focus Grouping: Lead stakeholder focus groups and lunch-and-learns for insights and feedback. - Event Planning: Organize, manage, promote, and host Organization & Leadership Development events, including an annual leadership forum for all leaders across the agency. Outreach - Advocacy: Assist ARE to mobilize stakeholders and engage with policy makers and industry leaders to advance policies that can expand funding for ARE and its DEI Institute and improve equity and access for under-served and under-represented groups. - Fundraising & Development: Support donor outreach, appeals and engagement efforts, as well as fundraising campaigns and events, and grant writing. Collaborate with Government Contracts & External Relations to secure funding for the JGTL Institute. - Community Engagement: Assist with online and offline community and corporate engagement efforts, as well as engagement with social and racial justice professionals across sectors. This may include organizing corporate info-sessions, participating in career fairs, live-streaming events on social media, and marketing to ensure professionals participate in campaigns and events.  The Assistant Director of Leadership Development understands the need to work on additional projects as organizational priorities emerge and is willing to do so.   As a superstar candidate, you are: - a leader who sees the bigger picture and gets to the heart of the matter - a strategist who connects efforts to measurable outcomes - a practitioner who works from a strength-based and trauma-informed perspective - a coach who aims to ensure there is “a leader in every chair” - a dynamic communicator who builds lasting partnerships and high-functioning teams - culturally competent, emotionally intelligent, and have strong interpersonal skills  - highly flexible, can course-correct, take risks, and enthusiastically embrace change - passionate about our mission and values; social justice; anti-racism; diversity, equity and inclusion; and community-building - asks insightful questions  Qualifications: - Knowledge of adult learning styles such as participative training design, group dynamics, interactive learning methods, and quality improvement processes - Well-versed in leadership and management theories, frameworks, and assessment tools - Experience in social services strongly preferred  - Experience with learning management systems preferred  - Experience as an Executive Coaching preferred
Location : Name Finance Department
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Title: ACCOUNTS PAYABLE MANAGER, Finance Department   Reports to: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, Accounts Payable   Location: 305 Seventh Ave., New York, NY 10001   Hours: 35 hours, Exempt   Job Summary: Assist the Assistant Director, Accounts Payable on all matters related to the research, maintenance, and implementation of Accounts Payable functions and procedures.   Major Duties: - Responsible for full AP cycle: research, allocate, and record invoices. Obtain approvals and ensure they are completed accurately and efficiently. - Research and resolve a variety of routine internal and external inquiries concerning account status, including communicating the resolution of discrepancies to appropriate parties in a timely manner. - Assist with overseeing and managing scanned invoices within Filebound and monitor invoices stored with Cityside Archives. - Monitor and run aging reports for weekly check run. Identify and resolve any issues preventing timely disbursements including credits. - Assist with reviewing and approving all entries in the department for batch posting. - Liaise with various departments in respect to approval of invoices and payments. - Assist with setting up new vendors in MIP accounting database. - Negotiate with vendors to receive better terms and avoid finance charges and late fees. - Assist with managing rush requests within the department. - Maintain utility accounts and rent facilities schedule. - Liaison for the department regarding all inquiries from the Accounts Receivable Department. - Supervise, coach, and develop two Accounts Payable Specialist by providing guidance with technical assistance on systems, account codes, and vendor classification. Support staff with complex problem solving and troubleshooting. - Build relationships with program to meet the needs of the department. - Ensure that the proper financial information is maintained for historical purposes and in accordance with agency policies. This includes invoices, documentation, and W9 files. - Monitor outstanding check request advances, run quarterly reports, and contact Division Directors as needed. - Manage, audit, and reconcile Chase Visa statement for all cardholders. - Manage, prepare, mail, and file annual 1099s timely. - Assist the Assistant Director of Accounts Payable whenever needed.   Qualifications: - High School Diploma or equivalency with five years of experience in Accounts Payable required; Associates Degree in related field preferred. - Two-five years of supervisory experience needed. - Excellent leadership skills – ability to foster a cooperative work environment and create teamwork. - Must be able to establish and maintain AP operating procedures and processes and effectively communicate to staff. - Must be proficient in Microsoft Excel, MIP accounting software a plus. - Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills. - Must possess competencies in decision making, staff management, attention to detail and multi-tasking. Advanced problem-solving and analytical skills required.
Location : Name Prince Joshua Avitto Comm. Center
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
The Group Leader is responsible for the overall development, management, and organization and planning of their group. Including integrated educational projects, recreation, arts and crafts and group building activities.    Reports To:  Director of Youth Services Location:    876 Schenck Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11207  Hours:      Up to 17.5 hours/Week; Non-exempt; Mon-Fri   Major Duties: - Engage participants in after school activities and role model appropriate behavior. - Engage in outreach activities to ensure attendance and participation. - Provide support to activity instructors and other group leaders. - Develop and facilitate a sequenced Curriculum and other various activities including arts & crafts. Curriculum should promote creativity, self-expression, opportunity for mastery, and emotional and professional growth. - Integrate lessons enriched with literacy, history and other related academic subjects when applicable - Develop positive relationships with participants, colleagues and school personnel. - Attends all staff meetings and staff development trainings sessions, as specified. - Plan and prepare culminating events for participants to showcase their activities. - Ensure participants are prepared and able to illustrate what they learned in culminating events. - Assist with organizing parent engagement events. - Engage with parents and guardians as necessary in a professional manner. - Discuss behavior problems and situations with supervisor as they emerge. - Resolve conflict within your group while seeking assistance from other staff, supervisors and directors when necessary. - Foster a youth development, strength’s-based environment, fostering a sense of belonging, safety, and community to participants. - Supervise support staff assigned to your group. - Engage and facilitate group conversations, tracking and supporting students’ academic success. - Demonstrate effective classroom management skills. - Inspect all facilities, equipment, and supplies and be sure all are locked away securely at the end of each day - Maintain all required records for your group. - Maintain strict adherence to policies and procedures at all times. - Participate in afterschool events and Trips. - Perform other duties as assigned.   Qualifications: - Associates Degree in a child welfare or related field OR High School/ GED Diploma and 2 years related experience in youth development programs preferred. - Experience in leading and participating in group activities. - Experience building a camp culture through chants, team building activities, and community building preferred. - Can contribute a talent or experience in arts, music, crafts, etc. a plus. - A commitment to working with youth from a variety of backgrounds, while providing high quality services. - Must have a commitment to work from a strength-based, youth and family development and trauma-informed perspective.  
Location : Name Prince Joshua Avitto Comm. Center
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
The Activity Instructor for Dance/Step teaches and facilitates a youth centered dance/step class, including two yearly showcases.   Reports To:  Director of Youth Services Location:    876 Schenck Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11207    HOURS:     Up To 8 Hours/ Week, Non-Exempt   MAJOR DUTIES: - Facilitate step classes that follow a social group work model. - Pre-planning of activity; activities are to provide students with structure, purposeful use of activity and self, including beginning and ending rituals. - Develop step curriculum based on students’ interest. Curriculum should promote creativity, self-expression, opportunity for mastery, and emotional and professional growth. - Submit lesson plans in a timely fashion. - Develop end of Summer Performance - Attend and participate in staff meetings. - Foster a youth development, strength’s based environment, fostering a sense of belonging, safety, and community to participants. - Document classes/ workshop planning as required. - Perform other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS: - High School Diploma required. Some college and experience with youth preferred. - Experience and/or training relevant to the position required. - Must be able to engage young people and set structure and limits in a group setting. - Excellent verbal and written communication skills. - Must have a commitment to work from a strength-based, youth development and trauma-informed perspective.  
Location : Name Brooklyn Transitions Program
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Title:      Administrative Assistant   Reports To:            Program Director, Brooklyn Transitions   Location:                 503 5th Avenue #4A, Brooklyn, NY 11215   Hours:                    35 Hours/Week; Must be able to work onsite.    Job Summary:  The Office Manager performs a range of programmatic and administrative duties to support the smooth operation of the Brooklyn Transitions Family Treatment/Rehabilitation (FT/R) program. The Office Manager is required to always act with a positive and professional demeanor in representing the agency, supporting program staff, and serving participants. There is a policy of maintaining strict confidentiality regarding participant information which must always be upheld.   Major Duties:   - Greet and announce participants, all GSS staff, and any visitors upon their arrival to the program location, ensuring they are warmly welcomed and attended to. - Provide clerical and administrative support to the Program Director and all Transitions program staff, which includes but is not limited to: answering phones, creating needed documents, transmitting faxes and e-mails, opening, processing, and closing case record files, updating caseload report lists from State and City databases, scheduling family conferences, contacting staff and participants to relay information, and maintaining files and logs for audit purposes. - Assume control of the program’s petty cash fund, manage the sign out of agency Metro Cards and gift cards for staff and participants, and submit check requests and receipts for reimbursement to agency’s fiscal department, troubleshooting problems as needed. - Supervise and oversee the work of the Conference Scheduler, who is responsible for ensuring and documenting that family team conferences between staff and participants are occurring regularly and operate smoothly. Supervise other clerical/administrative staff as needed. - Monitor performance of and schedule repairs for all program office equipment reporting details to Program Director as needed. - Coordinate use of space within the building and ensure meeting spaces are available and prepared for staff and participants. - Communicate directly with agency support departments including Information Technology, Facilities, Human Resources, Payroll, and Finance to ensure the smooth operation of program business. - Provide support in developing on-line documents and templates including newsletters, mailing lists, statistical reports, special event flyers, etc. - Maintain appropriate utilization of state, city, and agency databases, including Connections and PROMIS. - Assist with program and agency special events, including outreach, meeting set-up, building displays and decorations, etc. - Collaborate closely with other administrative staff on site to uphold agency values and mission are always upheld and on display. - Perform other duties as assigned.   Qualifications: - High School diploma required; Bachelor's Preferred - Three years of relevant office administration experience required. - Bilingual in English/Spanish preferred. - Must be able to work occasional assigned evenings as needed to support program activities. - Must be proficient in Microsoft Office suite, especially Excel and Outlook. - Ability to multi-task, prioritize responsibilities, and work collaboratively with program and agency staff. - Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.   -  
Location : Name PS213 New Lots
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Title: Advocate Counselor   Reports to: Community School Director   Location:  580 Hegeman Ave, Brooklyn NY 11207 Hours:  35 Hours/Week; Exempt   Job Summary: In conjunction with the Good Shepherd Community School Program, the Advocate Counselor will work as a part of the mental health component to provide crisis intervention services to students at  PS 213, with a goal of stabilizing students so they can remain in school. The Advocate Counselor will work with Good Shepherd staff to design and/or provide school wide prevention services that seek to promote positive mental health and educational success   Major Duties: - Provide resource mobilization, advocacy, and follow-up for caseload. - Monitor student’s attendance and academic progress in school and as well after school enrichment activities. - Design/provide school wide universal prevention services which promote positive mental health (i.e. assemblies, activities for advisories, presentations in classrooms / cafeteria, self-care,) - Collaborate with Good Shepherd and PS 213 staff to ensure coordination of student service - Conduct individual and group counseling, including classroom groups. - Plan and implement social supports during and after school, including parent groups and workshops.        - Coordinate with other Good Shepherd Services team members. - Lead trips outside of school that may include occasional out-of-city trips and overnight trips for camping or college/educational visits. - Implement engaging parent involvement activities. - Maintain a collaborative relationship with DOE partners. - Provide statistical and narrative reports and database input as required. - Participate in program evaluation. - Provide home visits as needed. - Perform other duties as assigned.   Qualifications: - Bachelor’s degree and experience working with adolescents required. - Bilingual Spanish preferred. - Experience in mediation and restorative justice techniques a plus. - Excellent verbal and written communication skills, in addition to good organization skills. - Must have a commitment to work from a strength-based and/or youth development perspective.  
Location : Name Red Hook Comm Center/Beacon-PS15
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
The Group Leader is responsible for the overall leadership, planning and implementation of an after-school group for K-8 youth, including integrated educational projects, recreation, arts, crafts and group building activities delivered both in-person and virtually.    Reports To:  Program Director, Red Hook Community Center Beacon @ PS15   Location:   71 Sullivan Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231   Hours:  Up to 17 Hours/Week; Non-Exempt               Major Duties:    - Plan and facilitate integrated learning, recreational, arts and developmentally appropriate activities for youth in-person and virtually.   - Collaborate with and direct assistant group leaders.  - Complete required documentation.  - Participate in training and staff development activities.  - Write and submit sequenced lesson plans in advance.  - Demonstrate effective classroom management skills.  - Ensure a safe and engaging classroom environment.  - Support Activity Instructors with lessons.  - Perform other duties as assigned.     Qualifications:    - Minimum High School Diploma / GED. Two years of college and prior experience working with youth strongly preferred.  - Ability to lead and participate in group sports and recreation.    - Experience in developing group lesson plans or integrated learning packages.   - Must have a commitment to work from a strength-based and/or youth development perspective.  - Complete required DOE & DOH clearances.      
Location : Name Brooklyn Community-Based Programs
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
The Division Coordinator will provide support to the Vice President in all administrative matters related to the running of the Brooklyn After Schools Division   Reports To:      Senior Division Coordinator, After Schools - Brooklyn Community Based Programs   Location:      173 Conover Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231   Hours:        35 Hours; Exempt   Major Duties: - Provide support for the planning and coordination of program activities and special events.  - Develop systems for tracking contract goals and outcome measures and generate reports.  - Oversee use of internal and external databases, creating and generating reports as needed.  - Oversee the collection and development of programmatic information/materials.  - Process all programmatic material including navigating the iCIMS onboarding process and ensuring the hiring process is completed accurately. - Ensure program documents are contractually in compliance for all staff on-site. - Assist with supply ordering for division and manage spending. - Assist with all aspects of petty cash, check request, and credit card reconciliation systems. - Prepare reports for internal and external purposes.  - Create and maintain spreadsheets to track financial spending in programs.  - Develop program resource materials.  - Assist program staff in developing effective clerical/administrative systems. - Assist program staff in data entry into DYCD database. - Schedule, coordinate and prepare for meetings.  - Provide general administrative support to Vice President, including drafting routine correspondence, typing, faxing, copying. - Assist with the coordination of special projects and events.  - Collaborate effectively with central administration support departments.  - Track and update required COA manuals and program requirements. - Provide reception coverage as needed.  - Assist with program coverage - Perform other duties as assigned.    Qualifications: - Bachelor's degree strongly preferred. Minimum of four years of administrative/office management experience required.  - Valid driver's license strongly preferred. - Good judgment with ability to evaluate and respond appropriately to sensitive/urgent situations.  - Highly organized, efficient, able to work under pressure and able to adhere to deadlines.  - Good interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively as part of a team.  - Excellent verbal and written communication skills.  - Strong computer skills including MS Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Knowledge of iCIMS and/or ADP a plus.  - Previous experience in afterschool or educational setting a plus. - Must be able to work independently, be self-motivated, detail orientated and able to manage multiple tasks in a fast paced environment.  
Location : Name Success Center at Dewitt Clinton
Job Locations US-
The College Access Counselor works with the Student Success Center on the Dewitt Clinton Campus to provide college access services to students at DeWitt Clinton High School. In conjunction with Good Shepherd Services community school staff and DOE staff at Clinton, the College Access Counselor counselor will be an integral part of a youth led college access program that works to sustain a college-going culture on the Dewitt Clinton Campus. The Student Success Center provides the resources and tools necessary for each student to reach his/her post-secondary educational goals.   Reports to:   Assistant Program Director   Location:    100 West Mosholu Parkway, Bronx, NY 10468   Hours:       35 Hours/Week; Non-Exempt   Major Duties: - Provide a range of college access services to students on the DeWitt Clinton Campus. - In conjunction with the youth leaders, provide college counseling to students. - Collaborate with DOE guidance counselors and other school staff to develop post-secondary service plans and strategies which meet the needs of the school population. - Maintain all required statistical and narrative documentation. - Facilitate college preparation workshops for students and parents. - Provide assistance with college choice, exploration and completion of college applications in a timely manner. - Provide workshops for parents on financial aid and the college choice and application process to inform and to attain their support for a college option. - Provide information on financial aid and planning and assistance on FAFSA and scholarship applications and support students and families during the application process. - Promote collaboration between SSC services and other Campus services. - Participate in staff training and meetings as required. - Perform other duties as assigned.   Qualifications: - Bachelor’s Degree required. - Bilingual English/ Spanish preferred. - Prior workshop/seminar development and implementation experience preferred. - Prior college counseling experience required. - Ability to work weekends or evenings when necessary. - Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications. - Must have excellent organizational, teamwork, verbal and written communication skills. - Must have a commitment of work from a strength-based and/or youth development perspective.
Location : Name Residential Health Services
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Title: NURSE SUPERVISOR, HEALTH SERVICES Reports to: DIRECTOR OF NURSING Location:337 East 17th Street, New York, NY 10003 Hours: 35 hours, exempt Job Summary: The Nurse Supervisor is responsible for the daily programmatic oversight of the assigned care management unit. The supervisor works closely with the care managers to ensure the overall provision and coordination of care management services to the assigned member.   Major Duties: • Provides supervisory support to assigned Care Management Team • Supervise team of 3 full time LPN, 2 part time LPN’s, Health Service Assistant, and office manager • Provides individual and group supervision to assigned Care Managers and evaluates all supervisees on a regular and timely basis • Monitors assigned Care Managers’ work activities with children and families through team meetings and regular individual meetings • Provides direct care management services in the absence of Care Management staff • Manages, reviews, and monitors maintenance of member records to ensure both internal and external quality assurance standards and timely completion in accordance with agency, 29i and oversight entities • Provides training to new staff and on-going training to existing staff • Demonstrates strong leadership and management skills to ensure progressive, positive development of Care Management employees • Coordinates and conducts plan for audit preparation and audit execution • Collects, analyzes, and reports data in the area of supervision to assist the Director of nursing • Oversees the identification of eligible members from other agency programs and the community for program enrollment and consenting processes • Assists in locating and creating support networks in the community • Works collaboratively with all teams throughout agency programs • Completes special projects and assignments as needed or identified by the Director of nursing • Comply with completing 29i documents and regulation requirements • Other duties as assigned Qualifications: • Degree in, Nursing, plus appropriate licensure • 2-3 years of administrative, clinical, and supervisory/managerial experience • Knowledge of best practice working with children and families in health, preventive and wellness care • Bilingual a plus • Working knowledge of child welfare, developmental disabilities, mental health and/or primary healthcare fields • Experience managing teams providing case/care management • Experience using Excel and electronic health care systems to review and manage data preferred • Experience providing service coordination and information, linkages, and referrals for community-based services • Excellent accountability, writing, communication, and organizational skills • Compassion for serving children and families with special needs • Ability to travel to community-based agency offices     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.    
Location : Name Finance Department
Job Locations US-NY-New York
The Senior Contracts Analyst works under the Contract Manager to prepare and monitor contract expenditure reporting. Assist in recognizing budget spending and need for modifications.   Reports To:      Contract Manager, Finance   Location:         305 Seventh Ave., New York, NY 10001   Hours:             35 hours/week; Exempt   Major Duties: - Prepare monthly billing/expenditure reports. - Prepare monthly variance analysis to ensure proper control of billing to budget. - Assist in the preparation of annual budgets for agency government contracts. - Work with Contract Manager to recognize and prepare budget modifications as necessary. - Work with Contract Manager to recognize and prepare journal vouchers as necessary. - Enter budgets and modifications into accounting software and utilize the system to prepare billing/expenditure reports, as well as variance reports. - Maintain detailed, organized file histories for each government contract. - Support Program staff to properly manage contract spending and documentation. - Work closely with other team members (Analysts) under supervision of Contract Manager, other finance staff and other support departments to best support contract management. - Perform other related duties as assigned by Contract Manager and Assistant Director – Contracts. - Must have experience with Governmental Contracts. - Must have experience with Government programs such as DYCD, ACS, DOE, HUD, DHS and United Way. Qualifications: - Bachelor’s degree in accounting preferred or high school diploma with at least 2+ years relevant experience. - At least 1–2 years’ experience with a Social Service Agency(non-profit) preferred. - MIP or Fund Easy preferred. - Excellent computer/technical skills, particularly Microsoft Excel. - Ability to work independently and meet deadlines. - Good verbal and written communication skills. - Ability to work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment.
Location : Name Aft-Sch-Launch Expeditionary LearCS
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
The Group Leader is responsible for the overall development, management, and organization and planning of his or her group. Including integrated educational projects, recreation, arts and crafts and group building activities.   Title:        GROUP LEADER, LAUNCH CHARTER SCHOOL   Reports To:  Program Director   Location:    1580 Dean Street, Brooklyn, NY 11213   Hours:          Up to 17 Hours/Week; Non-Exempt   Job Summary: The Group Leader is responsible for the overall leadership, planning and implementation of an after-school group for 6-8 youth, including integrated educational projects, recreation, arts, crafts and group building activities delivered both in-person and virtually.           Major Duties:   - Plan and facilitate integrated learning, recreational, arts and developmentally appropriate activities for youth in-person and virtually. - Collaborate with and direct assistant group leaders. - Complete required documentation. - Participate in training and staff development activities. - Write and submit sequenced lesson plans in advance. - Demonstrate effective classroom management skills. - Ensure a safe and engaging classroom environment. - Support Activity Instructors with lessons. - Perform other duties as assigned.   Qualifications:   - Minimum High School Diploma / GED. Two years of college and prior experience working with youth strongly preferred. - Ability to lead and participate in group sports and recreation.  - Experience in developing group lesson plans or integrated learning packages. - Must have a commitment to work from a strength-based and/or youth development perspective. - Complete required DOH clearances.    
Location : Name External Relations
Job Locations US-NY-New York
REPORTS TO:    Communications Manager LOCATION:       305 Seventh Avenue, New York, New York 10001 HOURS:         PART TIME    Job Description: External Relations-Communications-College Intern   Communications Intern Responsibilities - Visit program sites to capture photos and videos. - Draft short stories or blurbs for the GSS intranet.  - Conduct research to source, vet, and analyze influencers that align with the GSS mission for potential collaborations. - Research influencer landscape to inform potential influencer campaign strategies - Draft social media posts as assigned. - Assist in the development of a social media calendar.  - Design recruitment materials in Canva for GSS programs.  - *If this person has DSLR photography skills — visit program sites to take photos for marketing materials. 

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