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Location : Name Comm. School at DeWitt Clinton HS
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
Title:           Coordinator of Student Affairs, Dewitt Clinton High School Reports To:        Community School Director, Dewitt Clinton High School   Location:            100 West Mosholu Parkway South, Bronx, New York 10468   Hours:                 35 Hours/Week; Exempt, Monday-Thursday 10am to 6pm, Friday 8am to 4pm   Job Summary:         The Coordinator of Student Affairs helps to prepare students for internships and future opportunities. She/He develops and manages internships in sectors that meet students’ interests. He or she works as a team with other GSS community school staff to provide students with educational and career resources, support and guidance.  The coordinator will also work with and assist the summer youth employment team, and help find worksite and conduct site visits. The coordinator will also help lead and plan with the associated student body to conduct events, elections, outings, trips, and ordering for all major events. As well as plan events inside and outside of the building such as prom, grade level trips, and honor roll events.    Major Duties:          - Facilitate skill/competency-building employment/internship preparation classes and workshops for students in DWC.  - Provide job/ career counseling to students including resume building, interviewing skills, and job readiness. - Support students’ growth by providing continuous feedback and resources to meet the student’s needs.  - Collaborate with advocate counselors, social workers, and DOE staff. - Collaborate with guidance counselors and administration to recruit students for internship opportunities. - Monitor internship students to facilitate greater retention on internships.  - Develop internships in diverse range of employment fields in coordination with DOE counterparts, to match students’ skills, maturity levels, and experience.  - Provide guidance to employers on maximizing internship experiences by working effectively with adolescents. - Perform site visits monthly to discuss student progress with site supervisors and observe students at their internships. - Address any performance issues that may arise at work site by providing advocacy, mediation, performance contracts, etc. - Facilitate workshops on employment/Internship readiness to students.  - Plan and execute post-secondary related trips and events. - Model professional behavior, communication, and attire at all times. - Assist with out-of-school issues and provide crisis intervention as needed. - Track, evaluate and report on multiple aspects of program operations.  - Input intern timesheets accurately and in a timely manner. - Meet regularly with staff from other GSS/DOE sites to share learning, compare approaches and develop new program ideas.  - Meet all program and contractual demands. - Assist with Community school program needs such as intakes, trips, events, celebrations, meetings, etc. - Perform other duties as assigned.    Qualifications:    - Bachelors’ degree and experience working with adolescents/youth adults in education/employment related fields required.  - Strong group facilitation or teaching skills required.  - Experience developing internships for youth preferred.  - Ability to work with diverse staff and students and network with diverse employer constituents.  - Excellent verbal and written communication.  - Statistical and narrative record keeping accountability required. - Must have a commitment to work from a strength-based, youth development perspective. 
Location : Name East 17th Street
Job Locations US-NY-New York
The Receptionist answers telephone calls and receives visitors in a courteous and professional manner at all times.   Receptionist Reports to: Administrative Supervisor   Location: 337 E. 17th Street, New York, NY 10003   Hours: Full Time ONSITE 40 Hours/Week; Non-Exempt (Monday to Friday 7am-3pm)   Receptionist Major Duties: - Responsible for the operation of the switchboard, which includes receiving, sending and transferring calls throughout the building. - Provide assistance with copying, filing, shredding and other light duties as required. - Accept deliveries, including large express parcel deliveries, and distribute mail. - Identify individuals requesting entry into the building before permitting their entry. - Document and maintain a record of all persons leaving and entering the facility, including employees, workmen, fire department employees, police department employees, and all other visitors. - Monitor participant activities on the first floor, notify staff of guests upon arrival and report any pertinent information to supervisory staff. - When applicable, observe the behavior of people (notably residents and their guests) while on the first floor and if a resident or their guest leaves the reception area without permission, kindly return them to the reception area. - Assist people to and from the entrance of the building and to other first floor areas. - Ability to work Holidays as scheduled. - Perform other duties as assigned.  Receptionist Qualifications: - High School Diploma or GED required. - Bilingual Spanish preferred. - One or more years experience as a Switchboard Operator/Receptionist preferred. - Must have basic typing and computer skills, such as MS Word and Outlook. - Must be able to assist people to exits/entrances and to other designated areas of the facility. - Must be able to lift and distribute mail weighing up to 40 pounds. - Must have a commitment to work from a strength-based and/or youth development perspective.
Location : Name East 17th Street
Job Locations US-NY-New York
In the context of child-centered,  the Case Planner provides family-focused practice to promote permanency, safety and well-being, and to reduce length of stay in foster care, the case planner  also provides comprehensive casework services for both youth and families.  The case planner provides all case management services and ensures that all ACS mandates are in compliance. Casework delivery is to be consistent with Good Shepherd Services’ philosophy and within city and state mandates.   Title: CASE PLANNER, EUPHRASIAN RESIDENCE RAPID INTERVENTION CENTER (RIC)   Reports to: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL SERVICES   Location: 337 E. 17th Street, New York, NY 10003   Hours: 40 Hours/Week; Non-Exempt (Schedule is ONSITE until advised otherwise by Manager)   MAJOR DUTIES: - Maintain primary case planning responsibility for 16-20 cases in collaboration with the social  worker.  - Establish immediate contact with families to provide information about the program. - Conduct required casework contacts with the child, parent, and collateral contacts (schools, service providers, medical personnel, mental health practitioners, youth development counselor and substance abuse counselors). - Work collaboratively with Social Worker to make assessment-based referrals as necessary to meet the needs of the child and/or parent. - Assess birth parent’s homes for diagnostic purposes to ensure the safety of youth and family while at home and complete home safety assessments. - Attend court and permanency hearings. - Maintain up to date case records within agency standards and complete all necessary ACS/Agency documentation including FASPs, Progress notes, Permanency Hearing reports and all other reports necessary to fulfill the function of the work. - Progress notes are to be completed and submitted preferably within one day of the event but no later than the end of the given week of the event. - Submit, PYA, FASP and Permanency Hearing Report on the internal date for review provided by the agency's compliance department. - Manage case load of AWOC and work collaboratively with assigned Social Worker to locate AWOC youth. - Develop community relationships and communicate with all collaterals, including ACS. - In collaboration with the primary social worker, youth development counselor, work with full treatment team, family and youth to develop the most appropriate permanency plan with emphasis on lasting family connections and/or other permanent caring connections in the community. - Attend and participate in treatment team meetings, service plan reviews and FTC’s; provide relevant input. - Maintain appropriate and relevant documentation of all contacts and events. - Effectively use and practice the Sanctuary Model tools such as safety plans, community meetings, psycho-education groups, team meetings, red flag reviews, treatment planning conferences 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. - Provide coverage for Marian Hall cases when necessary. - Perform other duties as assigned.   QUALIFICATIONS: - Bachelor’s degree required.  - Experience working with families and adolescents in the child welfare system required.  - Must be able to establish working relationships with participants in need of supportive services.  - Must have working knowledge of Connections.  - Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.  - Ability to work flexible hours, including two evenings.  - Ability to use public transportation to travel throughout New York City.  - Must have a commitment to GSS models of practice including Sanctuary and ACS principles to promote permanency, safety and well-being.  - Must have a commitment to work from a strength-based, youth development and trauma informed perspective.  - Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.  - NYS Drivers Licensed preferred. 
Location : Name Brooklyn Transitions Program
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Reports To:        Social Work Supervisor   Location:          503 5th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215    Hours:                      35 Hours/Week; Non-exempt   Job Summary: The Family Worker provides a variety of home-based supportive services and case management activities for families participating in the Transitions Brooklyn prevention program in order to ensure child safety, well-being, and family stability. The Family Worker also carries administrative and organizational responsibilities to support the overall program operation.   Major Duties: - Collaborate closely with and assist the Case Worker/Social Worker to conduct frequent home and office visits with families to monitor child safety and ensure family stability where indicated. - Create and maintain linkages to important community resources and assist families in accessing these resources, including medical and mental healthcare, substance abuse treatment, affordable housing, childcare, and public benefits. - Accompany participants to designated meetings and appointments for educational, medical, or treatment purposes, and/or to government and other community agencies in order to assist and encourage families in their progress towards meeting goals. - Manage basic administrative and organizational tasks for the program including obtaining needed consent forms and medical/educational records to update case records, preparing case tracking lists, and monitoring report submissions to ensure the meeting of time-sensitive milestones. - Complete statistical/written reports in required databases (Connections and PROMIS) including accurate and timely progress notes for contacts made with participants and summaries of school and treatment reports received. - Greet and welcome visitors and participants and respond to calls while covering the reception area as needed to support program. - Attend community-based and funder-provided training and informational sessions and share knowledge and resources with staff and participants. - Engage in crisis intervention activities as needed during periods of family instability, helping to de-escalate conflict and ensure safety. - Make State Central Register (SCR) reports when required to ensure responsiveness to immediate or impending child safety concerns. - Support the use of the Solution-Based Casework and Family Treatment/Rehabilitation models with all families. - Attend and participate in program staff meetings, as well as related agency training as appropriate. - Perform other duties as assigned.   Qualities Sought: - Works to create and support a respectful and collegial environment. - Handles administrative and clerical tasks 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 case management 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, professional, creative, and committed to making a positive contribution to families, the program, the community, and the agency as a whole.   Qualifications:   - High School diploma is required; some college is preferred. - Bilingual in English/Spanish required. - Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, and Word) required. - At least one year of related experience working with children or families in a community-based setting is preferred. - Familiarity with Connections and PROMIS databases a plus. - Must be able to travel and feel comfortable making home visits throughout Brooklyn. - Willingness to understand and be sensitive to varied cultures & backgrounds. - Must have a proven record of successfully navigating New York City entitlement programs. - Must work a maximum of two evenings per week, as needed. - Must work with participants from a strength-based, youth and family development, and trauma-informed practice approach. Benefits/Perks: - Tuition Assistance Program - Monthly MetroCards or travel reimbursement for use of personal vehicle will be provided to staff conducting home visits to families - Generous paid time off (Including 5 Self-Care Days/Floating Holidays, 12 Sick Days, 15 Vacation Days, and 11 Holidays) - Healthcare Plans (Medical, Dental, Vision, and Pet Care) - 403(b) Plan (GSS contributes 3% of your salary to your 403(b) plan after 3 years of service, with contributions increasing over time) 
Location : Name Justice Initiatives
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
        REPORTS TO:   PROGRAM DIRECTOR, ALUMS/ALUMNI LUMINARIES PROGRAM LOCATION:         692 Blake Avenue Alums (Alumni Luminaries)    HOURS:              Up to 10 Hours/Week, Non-Exempt                JOB SUMMARY: The Alums program is an innovative, curriculum-based group mentoring intervention that helps young adults that have completed Arches or Next Steps programs. The Mentor works in Brooklyn neighborhoods with participants in weekly mentoring groups, meets individually with mentees and provides support and guidance.      MAJOR DUTIES: - Participate in weekly mentoring group utilizing Alums curriculum-based Power Source model - Participate in all DOP training and technical assistance sessions - Meet with mentees for one-on-one meetings on a weekly basis - Provide mentees with support, guidance and advice throughout the week - Participate in monthly recreational outings with mentees - Create opportunities for participants to maximize their potential through provision of engaging programming, high expectations, and quality services - Meet with Project Director for bi-weekly supervision - Participate in case conferences and staff meetings - Participate in development and implementation of processes that ensure integration of participant feedback in program planning - Participate in agency workshops and committees QUALIFICATIONS:            - Experience and comfort working with court-involved young adults - Prior justice involvement preferred - Familiarity with Brooklyn communities, especially Brownsville, East New York, and Bed-Stuyvesant communities and challenges faced by young adults living there - Experience running groups preferred - Familiarity with strength-based/youth development principles - Ability to work evenings and some Saturdays
Location : Name Arches Bedford Stuyvesant
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
REPORTS TO:   PROGRAM DIRECTOR, ARCHES LOCATION:     1958 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, 11233 HOURS:        Up to 13 Hours/Week, Non-Exempt   JOB SUMMARY: The Arches program is an innovative, curriculum-based group mentoring intervention that helps young adults between the ages of 16 -24 and on probation, transform attitudes and behaviors that have led to criminal activity. The Mentor works in Brooklyn’s Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood with a cohort of 4 mentees, participates in weekly mentoring groups, meets individually with mentees and provides support and guidance.   MAJOR DUTIES: - Serve as mentor for court-involved young adults aged 16-24, who are on probatmodelAc - Acts as Lead in weekly mentoring group utilizing Arches curriculum-based Interactive Journaling model - Participate in all DOP training and technical assistance sessions - Meet with mentees for one-on-one meetings on a weekly basis - Provide mentees with support, guidance, and advice throughout the week - Plans and participates in monthly recreational/ educational outings with mentees - On-call 7/24 - Create opportunities for participants to maximize their potential through provision of engaging programming, high expectations, and quality services - Meet with Program Director for bi-weekly supervision - Participate in case conferences and staff meetings - Communicate with DOP Probation Officers as appropriate - Use internal and external computerized 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 - Record weekly engagement with mentees - Support the engagement of school, employment and/or treatment services - Performs other duties as assigned   QUALIFICATIONS: - High School Diploma or GED - Experience and comfort working with court-involved young adults - Prior justice involvement or knowledge of preferred - Familiarity with Bedford-Stuyvesant community and challenges faced by young adults living there - Solid group work skills - Experience with cognitive -behavior therapy and/or evidence base practices preferred - Knowledge of Word, Zoom, & email usage - Familiarity with strength-based/youth development principles - Ability to work evenings and some Saturdays 
Location : Name After-School at CS 300
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
Title:                   Program Director, COMPASS CS 300 Reports To:     Vice President, Education & Vocation - Afterschool Location:            2050 Prospect Avenue, Bronx, New York 10460 Hours:                35 Hours/Week; Exempt   Job Summary: The Program Director is responsible for the overall development, implementation, and supervision of the COMPASS afterschool program at CS 300. They serve as the liaison to school staff and is responsible for carrying the culture and values of Good Shepherd Services.    Major Duties:    - Creatively cultivate robust and varied range of after-school activities that students want to attend infused with fun and engaging rituals to keep students engaged. - Provide overall leadership and supervision for the COMPASS after school program. - Develop strong relationship with school administration, Principal, Vice Principal, Parent Coordinator and PTA Members - Responsible for program and staff scheduling. - Supervise assistant program director, group leaders, assistant group leaders, activity specialist, consultants, administrative staff and volunteers, complete timely performance evaluations. - Develop and facilitate weekly staff meetings. - Conduct supervision of line staff. - Conduct program outreach and coordinate enrollment and registration for all programs at the afterschool program. - Develop and oversee the implementation of engaging, age-appropriate activities. - Ensure the safety and cleanliness of the site. - Supervise family involvement activities, as well as communication with parents regarding program expectations, child behavior and health and safety issues. - Provide daily crisis intervention with participants regarding personal and/or in-school issues that affect success in the program. - Ensure appropriate utilization of internal and external databases, including DYCD Connect database. - Complete required narrative and statistical reports in a timely manner. - Participate in appropriate school-based teams or committees, Safety Committee - Assume responsibility for partnerships with other community groups and stakeholders. - Partner with Good Shepherd programs within the school to maximize comprehensive services provided to students and families; create linkages between Good Shepherd staff and Department of Education (DOE) staff. - Monitor program budget and oversee implementation of Program Evaluation activities. - Work collaboratively with central office staff, providing information as needed in an efficient manner. - Ensure program’s compliance with Department of Health (DOH), DYCD and COA accreditation requirements. - Collaborate with community school director on school wide events. - Perform other duties as assigned. Qualifications:              - Bachelors’ degree in Child Development, Elementary Education, or relevant field preferred - If no bachelor’s degree, must be enrolled and matriculated in a BA program or have an associate degree in education, child development, physical education, or related field. - Minimum of 2 years of experience in youth development programs and supervision.  - Must be able to engage in crisis intervention activities and demonstrate, lead and teach a range of group activities.    - Must be available for weekend training requirements.  - Must have a commitment to work from a strength-based and/or youth development perspective.
Location : Name IS347 Sch of Humanities – 35 Starr
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Title:         Activity Instructor, Photography / Videography   Reports To:   Program Coordinator   Location:     35 Starr Street, Brooklyn, NY 11221   Hours:        Up to 15 Hours/Week, Non-Exempt (Sept. - June)   Job sumary: The Activity Instructor will teach and facilitate a youth centered Activity in the area of Photography and Graphics, including two PSA 90 sec media presentation, specific to Social Justice informational.    Major Duties: - 3-4 classes per week. - Develop and/or follow a sequenced Curriculum based on students’ interest. 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. - Plan and prepare two PSA Videos, min of 1 min long, on Social Justice Topic for culminating. - Provide basic hands-on knowledge of camera and operation, both video and photography. - Ensure students will be prepared and able to illustrate what they learned in two culminating event.  - Attends all staff meetings and staff development trainings sessions, as specified. - Foster a youth development, strength’s based environment, fostering a sense of belonging, safety, and community to participants.  - Responsible for the setup, operation and clean-up of activities and the organization, inventory and storing of relevant supplies and equipment. - Guides program participants in examining choices, following directions and becoming involved in program activities. - Perform other duties as assigned. Qualifications: - Bachelor’s Degree preferred with professional experience. - Experience working youth. - 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 and/or youth development perspective.  
Location : Name IS347 Sch of Humanities – 35 Starr
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Title:         Activity Instructor, Sports Specialist   Reports To:   Program Coordinator   Location:     35 Starr Street, Brooklyn, NY 11221   Hours:        Up to 15 Hours/Week, Non-Exempt (Sept. - June)   Job sumary:   The Activity Instructor teaches and facilitates a youth centered sports class.   Major Duties: - Recruit participants through Café Jam. - Responsible to maintain a minimum of 15 students in sports class/day. - Facilitate up to four sports classes per week 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. - Facilitate a variety of different sports activities based on students’ interest. Activities should promote teamwork, opportunity for mastery, and emotional and professional growth. - Attend and participate in staff meetings. - Facilitate purposeful activities in community hour and participate in other staff lead activities as part of the staff team. - Foster a youth development, strength’s based environment, fostering a sense of belonging, safety, and community to participants. - Engage and facilitate group conversations, tracking and supporting students’ academic success. - Collaborate with the Good Shepherd Services Day Program. - Document classes/ workshop planning as required. - Participate in after school events including Field trips as needed. - Perform other duties as assigned. Qualifications: - High School Diploma or GED required; - Some college and experience with adolescents 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 and family development and trauma-informed perspective.
Location : Name Community School at PS246
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
Title:                   Administrative Assistant at PS246   Reports to:            Program Coordinator     Location:              2641 Grand Concourse Bronx, N.Y   Hours:               35 hours, Exempt       Job Summary: The Administrative Assistant will work with Program Coordinators to maintain all administrative aspects of the 21st Century grant and provide clerical support to the program staff.        Major Duties:      - Serves as the point person for the 21st Century grant. - Disseminates and collects program applications and follows up with teachers, students, and parents regarding applications. - Creates and disseminates attendance sheets to instructors/partners for attendance collection. - Work collaboratively with both coordinators and program partners on the timely collection of attendance sheets for entry. - File and maintains copies of all attendance, enrollment, and attendance forms. - Prepares and enters student data for computer entry into EZreports by compiling and sorting information. - Enters programming schedule with detailed information. - Verifies entered student and account data by reviewing, correcting, deleting, or reentering data; updating data on net system when account information is incomplete; purging files to eliminate duplication of data. - Creates and maintains 21st Century binder. - Maintains operations by following policies and procedures; reporting needed changes to Director. - Protects operations by keeping student information confidential. - Attends mandatory 21st CCLC net training(s). - Follows up with absent students’ families via telephone correspondence. - Maintains 21st CCLC call log for absent students. - Perform clerical tasks including creation and maintenance of filing systems, Scanning , photocopying and data entry. - Assist with programmatic special events. - All other duties as assigned.   Qualifications:   - Must have at least a high school diploma and a minimum of one year office experience. - Must have good organizational, verbal and written communication skills. - Must have knowledge of MS Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, Access, Outlook and MS Exchange) - Must possess the ability to interact in a positive and courteous manner with all agency staff and various external agencies. - Must have a commitment to work from a strength based and/or youth development perspective. - Bilingual in Spanish preferred
Location : Name Red Hook Comm Center/Beacon-PS15
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Job Summary:The Administrative Assistant will ensure that all correspondence, written reports and telephone communications are handled in a manner that reflects quality of service as well as the professional standards of the agency.  They will also assist the staff in the orderly processing of all aspects of the administration of the program as may be required. Title:              Administrative Assistant, RED HOOK COMMUNITY CENTER BEACON @ PS 15   Reports to:      Program Director   Location:        71 Sullivan Street, Brooklyn NY 11231   Hours:            17 Hours/Week; Non-Exempt     Major Duties: - Act as liaison to school and community by being present during non-program hours, both as program operates in-person and virtually - Process clerical material, including typing and filing of all program and administrative correspondence and reports. - Manage petty cash process (monitor receipts, reimbursements, requests and backups). - Submit inventory requests and replenish office supplies. - Submit daily attendance for program participants and staff. - Manage program database and provide reports as needed. - Create file system and maintain records in an orderly and accessible manner. - Create and manage system for registration, waiting lists and attendance for programs and special events. - Attend job related training and staff meetings. - Record and organize minutes for staff meetings. - Greet and announce visitors to program. - Sort and distribute incoming and out going mail. - Receive packages and coordinate messenger services. - Assist in mass mailings and packet preparation for special events and programs. - Maintain cleanliness of the office. - Assist staff in implementing various program needs. - Perform other duties as assigned.   Qualifications:   - High school diploma and minimum of 3 years secretarial or administrative experience preferred. - Must have 2 years of related youth development experience. - Must have knowledge and competence in variety of database systems, Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook. - Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. - Must have a commitment to work from a strength based and/or youth development 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.   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 YABC at Boys & Girls High School
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Title:        Advocate Counselor, YABC at Boys and Girls High School   Reports To:    Program Director, Boys and Girls High School   Location:     1700 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11213   Hours:            35 Hours/Week; Exempt (12-month); Mon-Thurs: 12:30PM to 8:30PM, Friday 9:00 AM-5:00 PM   Job Summary:     The Advocate Counselor provides individual and group counseling, case management, advocacy, referrals and crisis intervention to over-aged, under-credited adolescents in the Young Adult Borough Center (YABC). The Advocate Counselor also assists in implementing other aspects of the program in close collaboration with agency and school personnel.   Major Duties:              - Provide case management for students identified as in need of supportive services. - Provide individual counseling, group counseling and crisis intervention as needed. - Provide family outreach and involvement as appropriate. - Develop and implement workshops responsive to student needs. - Assist students in attending school regularly through identifying obstacles and connecting with resources; attendance outreach including home visits. - Assist in carrying out other aspects of the program including planning/attending trips, celebrations, and leadership activities. - Support students with all aspects of the college preparation process including applications, financial aid, personal essay, and college visits. - Support and help students explore all post-secondary plan options (college, military, vocational programs, full-time work). - Refer youth and families to relevant resources within Good Shepherd Services and other community organizations. - Function as an active member of Good Shepherd Services and school teams. - Perform statistical, narrative, and record keeping duties as required. - Encourage, embody, and foster a strength-based approach grounded in youth and family development principles. - Participate in professional development opportunities via the Good Shepherd Services Learning and Development Department. - Collaborate with key school players on behalf of students: deans, teachers, guidance counselors, safety agents, Assistant Principal, etc. - Communicate and engage effectively with GSS team members, including, but not limited to: Program Director, Social Worker/Therapist, Internship & Career Coordinator, peers at other YABC sites, peers at other GSS sites. - Participate in staff/team meetings and DOE meetings as needed. - Actively engage in weekly supervision meetings with Program Director. - Perform other duties as assigned.   Qualifications:   - Bachelor’s degree required. - Must have experience working with adolescent/young adults individually and in groups. - Bi-lingual Spanish/English preferred. - Committed to upholding an inclusive environment in program that fosters a sense of community, belonging and connectedness. - Prior experience in a school setting helpful. - Must have excellent time management, organizational, verbal and written communication skills. - Must have a commitment to work from a strength based and/or youth and family development perspective. - Knowledge in Trauma Informed Practice a plus
Location : Name Jerome Ave.
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Good Shepherd Services Time Limited Rental Assistance Program is designed to strengthen housing stability and prevent homelessness within the youth and young adults (YYA) population of New York City. The Program Director’s responsibilities will include staff supervision, fiscal management, contractual reporting, model design and structuring operations of the project, managing partnerships, and ensuring authentic YYA feedback and collaboration is embedded into services. The Program Director will work with the TLRAP Team to address housing and social service needs of youth and young adults and connect them to housing resources that are appropriate in fulfilling those needs.     Reports to: Vice President-TBH Primary Location:    1995 Jerome Avenue Bronx, NY 10453 (& NYC/Citywide Area) Hours:      35 Hours/Week; Exempt (Flexibility for Evenings Required)   Our superstar candidate: - Passionate about providing high quality services to youth and young adults (YYA) - A lifelong learner, continuously developing their administrative, managerial, and clinical skills - Dedicated to modeling strength-based, youth development, and trauma-informed practice with staff and participants - Committed to providing high quality supervision with a coaching and growth mindset - Focused on developing all levels of staff - Strong focus on performance management to ensure program regularly exceeds expectations - Excellent strategic thinker with a growth mindset - Holds self and others to high standards - Possesses cultural humility and a commitment to the Good Shepherd Services mission, vision, and values   Major Duties:    - Leads the growth and development of the TLRAP at Good Shepherd Services - Provides weekly individual and group supervision to direct reports (Includes Social Worker; Case Managers and Housing Coordinator’s) - Provides appropriate coaching, staff development and trainings for continuous learning and development for all staff. - Pro-actively addresses challenges with participants, staff, and colleagues. - Works closely with supervisor to address program strengths and improvement opportunities. - Meets regularly with supervisor and other divisional program leaders for ongoing support and learning - Develops and attends trainings related to youth homelessness/housing and working with at risk youth and young adults as needed. - Intentional and continuous collaboration with GSS support departments to deepen the coordination of services for successful outcomes. - Cultivates relationships with external programs (RYH crisis/TIL programs, shelters etc.) and partners for effective collaboration, recruitment, and referrals. - Recruits, hires, and ensures appropriate onboarding for all levels of staff. - Attends regularly scheduled monthly, bi-weekly, and other scheduled meetings with funders. - Conducts monthly staff meetings. Qualifications:  - Bachelor’s Degree Required - Master Level Candidates Highly Encouraged to Apply - Minimum of 3-5 years proven experience working with youth/young adults who are homeless or at risk of homelessness; including supervisory and administrative experience required - Affordable housing rental and remarketing experience required - Familiarity with NYC COC, DYCD, and HUD regulations highly preferred. - Experience providing Harm Reduction based services highly preferred - Understanding of the impact of trauma on youth and families. - Experience working with diverse communities and familiarity with issues affecting individuals based upon race, class, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender expression, etc. - Ability to travel to different sites thru-out NYC; Bronx; Brooklyn; Queens
Location : Name McLaughlin East Harlem Residence
Job Locations US-NY-New York
The Program Director is responsible for management of the day-to-day operations of Good Shepherds Mobile Street Outreach Program, including supervision, reporting, structuring operations of the program, managing needed community connections and leading the SOP team in planning and implementing a comprehensive outreach plan.  The Program Director  will ensure services and resources to youth and young adults who are homeless, runaway, and/or at risk of becoming homeless as administered in accordance with DYCD and HUD mandates.   Reports to:           Vice President Youth & Family Well Being   Locations:        NYC/City Wide (Mobile Van) Hours:           35 hours/Week, Exempt (Flexibility Day/Evening Shift)     Our superstar candidate: - Passionate about providing high quality services to children and their families in need of care coordination - A lifelong learner, continuously developing their administrative, managerial, and clinical skills - Dedicated to modeling strength-based, youth development, and trauma-informed practice with staff and participants - Committed to providing high quality supervision with a coaching and growth mindset - Focused on developing all levels of staff - Strong focus on performance management to ensure program regularly exceeds expectations - Excellent strategic thinker with a growth mindset - Holds self and others to high standards - Possesses cultural humility and a commitment to the Good Shepherd Services mission, vision, and values Major Duties:    - Leads the growth and development of the Mobile Street Outreach Team with Good Shepherd Services - Provides weekly individual and group supervision to all direct reports. (Onsite and/or in field) - Provides support; supervision and on call support to overnight staff as needed. - Provides appropriate coaching, staff development and trainings for continuous learning and development for all staff - Pro-actively addresses challenges with participants, staff and colleagues. - Works closely with supervisor to address program strengths and improvement opportunities. - Meets regularly with supervisor and other divisional program leaders for ongoing support and learning - Develops and attends trainings related to street outreach and working with at risk youth and young adults as needed. - Intentional and continuous collaboration with GSS support departments to deepen the coordination of services for successful outcomes. - Cultivates relationships with external programs and partners for effective collaboration. - Recruits, hires, and ensures appropriate onboarding for all levels of staff. - Attends regularly scheduled monthly, bi-weekly, and other scheduled meetings with funders. - Conducts monthly staff meetings & attends all required internal meetings. - Ensures departmental compliance with all regulatory mandates. - Frequent monitoring of database system for appropriate case load ratios and service compliance - Represents agency at external meetings. - Ensures authentic youth and young adult feedback and collaboration is embedded throughout the project - Ensures harm reduction-based services are provided at all levels of the program   Minimum Qualifications:  - Valid NYS Driver’s License Required - Bachelor’s degree Required - Masters Level Candidate Highly Encouraged to Apply - Five years’ experience working with youth/young adults who are homeless or at risk of homelessness; including supervisory and administrative experience required - Familiarity with DYCD, and HUD regulations highly preferred. - Experience providing Harm Reduction based services highly preferred - Understanding of the impact of trauma on youth and families. - Experience working with diverse communities and familiarity with issues affecting individuals based upon race, class, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender expression, etc. - Ability to travel to different sites NYC and surrounding boroughs (Ability to use public transportation if necessary). - Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills; - Ability to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends.
Location : Name Community Partnership Program
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
East New York Community Partnership, Community Ambassador
Location : Name BRAG
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
TITLE: INTERN – B.R.A.G. CURE VIOLENCE BRONX REPORTS TO: Administration Manager LOCATION: Jerome Avenue, Fordham Road & Bronxwood Avenue, Bronx, NY HOURS: 15 Hours/Week JOB SUMMARY: The Cure Violence Bronx Intern works with the Vice Presidents, Directors, and program staff to ensure that all clerical program functions are handled daily. Additionally, the Intern 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 Bronx 52nd Precinct, which comprises: Bedford Park, Fordham, Kingsbridge, Norwood, Bronx Park, and University Heights.. The Intern aids the Vice President in coordinating regular mobilization and public education activities in addition to assisting the supervisors, other program staff, and conducting community outreach.   MAJOR DUTIES: • Provide administrative support to each B.R.A.G. unit as a program liaison by organizing, planning and executing daily activities. • 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. • Purchase and maintain inventory of office, kitchen, and new intake supplies. • Create, review and organize the volunteer list. • Attend all relevant meetings, training, workshops, and outside events. • Maintain and track intern duties. • Answer and appropriately direct incoming calls and visitors. Maintain office equipment. • 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. • Assist the Vice President and Directors 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. • Perform other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS: • High School Diploma or GED required. • Proficient in Microsoft Office, Excel, Outlook, Intranet engines, databases, and hand-held devices • Excellent communication skills, including the ability to communicate clearly, effectively, and collaboratively with all levels of staff, program participants, and community members • Ability to work a highly flexible schedule that includes late evenings, weekends, and holidays • Commitment to working toward positive community change • Bilingual Spanish-English preferred
Location : Name Jerome Ave.
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
TITLE: DIRECTOR OF SUPPORT SERVICES – B.R.A.G. REPORTS TO:VICE PRESIDENT, B.R.A.G. CURE VIOLENCE LOCATION:Jerome Ave., Bronx, NY HOURS:35 Hours/Week, Exempt JOB SUMMARY: The Director of Support Services oversees a diverse portfolio of the program and works with program staff, community residents, businesses, and community-based organizations of all types to implement strategies in support of the B.R.A.G. Cure Violence programs to reduce and prevent shootings and killings. The Director of Support Services assists the Vice President to coordinate hospital response, school conflict mediation, educational/vocational services, therapeutics, and music studio and youth employment programming in addition to directing its staff and conducting community outreach. Actively create and sustain partnerships with elected officials and between community and public safety-oriented organizations in NYC neighborhoods to ensure access to existing geographical City Hall initiatives.   MAJOR DUTIES: • With the Vice President assist in the implementation and supervision of B.R.A.G.’s Hospital Response, D.O.E., Ed/Voc, Therapeutics, Music Recording Studio, and Anti-Gun Violence Employment programs. Direct these programs consistent with contractual mandates, standards, and procedures set by Good Shepherd Services (GSS), the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice’s Office to Prevent Gun Violence (MOCJ/OPGV), the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), the Division of Youth and Community Development (DYCD)and the Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS). • Recruit, screen and hire culturally appropriate staff utilizing hiring panels. • Reach out to community agencies (including faith-based community leaders, residents, businesses, and organizations) and continuously work to establish and strengthen relationships. • Provide program overviews to Precinct Community Councils, Community Boards, and other such agencies as appropriate. • Supervise mid-level and line staff, including planning daily and weekly activities for and with staff, to ensure staff are present in places and at times to be able to intervene on the street most effectively. • With staff, 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 (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 meetings and mobilize all to develop coordinated anti-gun/anti-violence messaging. • Organize and lead regular mobilization activities within the community, including community events, response to individual shootings, rallies, planning, and coordination meetings, and public education activities. • Engage, motivate, and coordinate the efforts of core and other volunteers. • 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, other outreach programs, and local law enforcement to gain information that may be helpful in preventing further violence. • Document and approve all work including shootings and acts of violence prevented, risk notes, and referrals using MOCJ/OPGV 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 risk management to aid in solving current problems and preventing future ones. • Provide participants with support and linkages to programs and opportunities in the community (e.g., job programs, GED, drug treatment, and mentoring). • Attend conferences, symposiums, trainings, and 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. • Manage all functions of the B.R.A.G. HR, D.O.E., EdVoc, Therapeutics, Studio and AGVEP as well as the supervisor/coordinator/technician/consultant or social worker of each department. • Assure that the programs are informed by, and its staff trained in, trauma-informed practice (TIP), which may include adoption of the Sanctuary Model of TIP. • Facilitate Groups when necessary. • Perform other duties as assigned.   QUALIFICATIONS: • Bachelor’s degree required with minimum two years of experience in community work or community-centered activities • In-depth knowledge of the Bronx 46th, 47th and 52nd Precinct neighborhoods • 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 the ability to communicate clearly, effectively, and collaboratively with all levels of staff, program participants, and community members • Ability to work a highly flexible schedule that includes late evenings, weekends, and holidays • Ability to walk 30 blocks and travel by public transportation • Criminal justice history preferred but may not be under current criminal justice supervision • Commitment to working toward positive community change • Valid 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 Finance Department
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Job Summary: 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 Location: Finance Department, 305 Seventh Ave., New York, NY 10001 Hours: 35 hours   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 assist in the preparation of 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 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 & Budgets  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 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 Bronx Bridges HS
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Advocate Counselor provides a range of individual and group counseling services to students, and supportive services to their families in a collaborative school support program. The Advocate Counselor utilizes a youth development model that actively engages young people and supports academic success through counseling and related activities. The Advocate Counselor is fully integrated into the life of this English Language Learners High School.   Reports to: Program Director   Location: 1980 Lafayette Ave, Bronx, New York, 10473   Hours: 35 Hours/Week; Exempt   Major Duties:                      - Provide counseling, assessment, case management, and attendance outreach for students in assigned grade level. - Develop group work strategies that support and enhance students’ skill development and help build on youth competencies. - Perform family interventions to support family engagement and participation in the school community and the lives of their youth. - Refer youth and families to appropriate resources both within the Good Shepherd Program Network and other community organizations as appropriate. - In conjunction with GSS team and school, develop special events, after-school activities, workshops, etc. - Participate in staff/team meetings with GSS and DOE staff. - Lead and/or participate in occasional out-of-city and overnight trips for leadership, educational or enhancement purposes. - Provide crisis intervention and conflict mediation as needed. - Coordinate with other Good Shepherd Services team members and DOE staff. - Generate data required for statistical reporting and ensure that appropriate paperwork/database entry is completed. - Perform other duties as needed.   Qualifications: - Minimum Bachelor’s degree required. - Bilingual English/Spanish preferred. - Experience and demonstrated skill in working with youth and families required. - Prior experience in a school setting preferred. - Must be able to work occasional evenings and weekends. - Excellent organizational, written, and communication skills. - Must have a commitment to work from a strength-based and/or youth development perspective.  
Location : Name Belmont Family Service Center
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
Reports To:       Supervisor Location:        685 East 187th St. Bronx, NY 10458 Hours:           35 hours, (Exempt)   Job Summary: The Belmont Family Service Center 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.   Our superstar Social Work candidate is: - Passionate about providing high quality services to families in child welfare within Community Districts 3, 6 & 10 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: Direct Work with Families - 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: - Master's in Social Work Required  - Child welfare experience preferred - Bilingual - English/Spanish helpful - 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 - Position is based onsite. Potential opportunities for hybrid schedule based on training and program discretion   

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