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Job Locations US-NY-New York
The Child Care Specialist for the shelter will be responsible for collaborating with staff and implementing lesson plans and curriculum which are developmentally diverse for children ranging in age from 3 months old – 13 years old.  The Specialist will assist with homework and prepare after school activities, ensure that the childcare area is organized, maintained and safe, facilitate groups and workshops, including a parenting workshop. Will communicate and report all problems, concerns and incidents to Program Director, interact and closely supervise children at all times, participate in parenting workshops as appropriate for the population needs. Residential Aide duties will also be preformed.
Job Locations US-NY
Under the supervision of the Trauma Informed Care Supervisor, the Childcare Specialist is responsible for the day to day operation of the child care program. The program is oriented to developmentally sound teaching, non-violent conflict resolution and parent and child bonding.   Job Functions:   - Provide childcare when residents attend in house appointments and groups. - Develop a classroom curriculum on a monthly basis. - Implement the curriculum on a daily basis. - In the absence of the Childcare Specialist, contact Department of Education Liaison to place children in area schools. - Maintain classroom and infant room supplies, furniture, and equipment. - Attends staff meeting and training sessions. - Maintains safety for children at all times. - Accompany children and parents to events when necessary - Accompany children and parents to appointments when necessary - Accompany children to and from area schools when necessary - During familial emergencies drop children off outside catchment area to allow emergency caretakers to retrieve them. - Intervenes to prevent child abuse and follows mandated reporter procedures - Assist in linkage with community organizations for recreational and cultural outings - Assist children in completing homework on a daily - Alert Trauma Informed Care Supervisor of any child that has ongoing behavior problems or suspected learning problems
Job Locations US-NY-New York
The Housing Specialist will;   - Establish linkages and maintain solid working relationships with supportive housing providers, real estate brokers, managing agents, and landlords as a resource for consumers. - Assess consumer readiness for, as well as, the barriers to obtaining affordable permanent housing. - Provide supportive social services including individual and group counseling, workshops, education, referrals, and escorting in an effort to prepare consumers for successfully securing and maintaining permanent and affordable housing.   - Provides workshops on ADL skills, money management, utilities and rent payment, and housing interviewing skills. - Assist consumers with identifying and securing permanent affordable housing. Assist consumers with obtaining HASA rent checks, paying broker’s fees, obtaining start up kits, furniture allowances, movers, and moving into new apartment units. - Prepare and assist consumers with the housing application/interview process, including the HRA 2010e application process, the HASA housing application process, and any other specialized housing applications that may become relevant in the future.   - A general working knowledge of the HRA-HASA benefits and entitlement system.  Knowledge of all HASA rental subsidy guidelines including; the 30% rent cap, exceptions to policy, housing and habitability standards, FMR guidelines, and broker fees.   - A basic understanding of and the ability to educate consumers around supportive housing vs. independent housing, and congregate vs. scattered site.   - Provide monthly written reports highlighting consumer length of stay and status, housing placements, lost housing, barriers to housing, and pending housing.   - Must maintain a small caseload and perform the full duties of a Service Coordinator (see SC job description for further details). -   Provide accurate, complete, and timely documentation of assessment information, service planning, the provision of supportive social services, and consumer progression/regression toward service plan goals.   - Provide incident reports and all incident related documentation for members of the caseload as needed. -   Adhere to monthly housing placement goals. Track, monitor, and report housing placement rates for all consumers.    - Attends interdisciplinary team meetings and case conferences as needed.   - Participates in professional development activities such as in-service trainings, seminars, webinars, and conferences as needed.  
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
Great opportunity for a Social Worker seeking their next career move. LMSW or LMHC required. This position is locaterd in the Bronx, schedule Monday-Friday 8a-6p, with flexibility and on-call. - Responsible for the completion of psychosocial assessments of complex families impacted by multiple systems - Assess family needs and facilitate appropriate linkages for families to community based services - Work within a crisis driven environment with a knowledge base of substance abuse and addiction, domestic violence, child maltreatment, trauma, and mental health conditions - Provide education to other members of the team around clients’ psychosocial stressors and needs, to ensure positive outcomes for families - Attend ongoing professional development by the individual agency program, and the New York City Department of Homeless Services – Division of Family Services - Provide qualitative and quantitative feedback to Department of Homeless Services (DHS) and DHS Service Providers to inform both policy and practice - Be available to families seeking assistance at least five days a week, eight hours a day - Work from a strength based, family focused, client centered perspective and identify and fortify the strengths that each family has - Assist families with specific stressors associated with living in shelter - Ensure that families are receiving full support in shelter and, when necessary, refer families for counseling or other services - Confer and consult with professional and technical personnel in implementing a multidisciplinary approach to client care and well-being - Serve as agency/program liaison to community agencies and/or groups - Provide clear written reports that capture key findings to include provider areas of strength, and recommendations for improvement - Document patient medical and psychological histories, physical assessment results, diagnoses, treatment plans, prescriptions, or outcomes - Complete other tasks as deemed necessary by program director - Ability to work a flexible schedule when needed which consist of weekend or evening hours - Comply with all SUS Employee Policies, Procedures, and Protocols, SUS Corporate Compliance Policies, and NYS Dept. of Social Services Rules, Regulations, and Statutes
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Housing Specialist will; - Interview clients to assess their present housing needs and status and submits appropriate applications to community resources. - Conducts groups to discuss available housing options, how to secure an apartment and how to handle issues related to housing. - Accompanies residents to housing interviews, housing fairs, and to complete housing applications when necessary. - Provides housing resources (i.e. phone numbers to landlords, housing programs, etc) to clients and acts as a liaison between landlords and clients. - Refers residents to get PPD and physicals completed within two weeks of their entrance into the facility. - Obtains an accurate history of client’s housing situation to assess what services are needed. - Facilitates Tier II interviews and acts as a liaison between Tier II shelter and AEGIS clients. - Submits housing applications for all housing programs available (i.e. Section 8, and NYCHA). - Handles requests for extensions to be submitted to HRA - Refers residents to Public Assistance and monitor their compliance with HRA and the ADVENT program. - Negotiates, assesses and assists client needs with respect to benefits and follows the resident’s case from entry to discharge - Assists and escorts residents in going to HRA/social service agency appointments when necessary. - Participates and attends staff, service plan review and clinical team meetings. - Maintains and ensures completion of accurate records and progress notes in client chart. - Other duties as assigned.
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
Great opportunity for a Social Worker seeking their next career move. LMSW or LMHC required. This position is located in the Bronx, schedule Monday-Friday 9a-5p, with flexibility and on-call. - Responsible for the completion of psychosocial assessments of complex families impacted by multiple systems - Assess family needs and facilitate appropriate linkages for families to community based services - Work within a crisis driven environment with a knowledge base of substance abuse and addiction, domestic violence, child maltreatment, trauma, and mental health conditions - Provide education to other members of the team around clients’ psychosocial stressors and needs, to ensure positive outcomes for families - Attend ongoing professional development by the individual agency program, and the New York City Department of Homeless Services – Division of Family Services - Provide qualitative and quantitative feedback to Department of Homeless Services (DHS) and DHS Service Providers to inform both policy and practice - Be available to families seeking assistance at least five days a week, eight hours a day - Work from a strength based, family focused, client centered perspective and identify and fortify the strengths that each family has - Assist families with specific stressors associated with living in shelter - Ensure that families are receiving full support in shelter and, when necessary, refer families for counseling or other services - Confer and consult with professional and technical personnel in implementing a multidisciplinary approach to client care and well-being - Serve as agency/program liaison to community agencies and/or groups - Provide clear written reports that capture key findings to include provider areas of strength, and recommendations for improvement - Document patient medical and psychological histories, physical assessment results, diagnoses, treatment plans, prescriptions, or outcomes - Complete other tasks as deemed necessary by program director - Ability to work a flexible schedule when needed which consist of weekend or evening hours - Comply with all SUS Employee Policies, Procedures, and Protocols, SUS Corporate Compliance Policies, and NYS Dept. of Social Services Rules, Regulations, and Statutes