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Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Residential Aide will; - Manages the front desk, while monitoring the lobby, security office, building intercom system, and building security system. - Maintains room keys. Monitors the comings and goings of all consumers and records curfew violations. - Conduct admissions interviews, and complete all necessary documentation, as well as photograph consumers for AWARDS. - Must be familiar with population. Maintains daily census, updates evening and morning rosters, and make calls to the HASA/EPU to provide vacant rooms and receive new referrals for emergency housing. - Establishes and maintains appropriate staff/consumer boundaries and directs consumers to the appropriate staff member in order to address their needs. - Provides guidance and information to consumers around the daily activity schedule, House Rules, Program Policies and Procedures, Grievance Procedures, and Client Rights. - Monitors consumer behavior to ensure compliance with House Rules, Program Policies, and Procedures. - Monitors facility exterior and interior to ensure consumer safety, prevent damage, and/or theft of agency property, and to prevent fire, or other emergency/crisis situations. - Conducts periodic building inspections and makes the appropriate staff/manager aware of findings. - Responds to crisis and emergency situations and contacts the appropriate authorities, staff members, program management, and division management, as needed. - Conducts fire drills and building evacuations during emergencies and provides consumers with fire safety and prevention information as needed. - Record all incidents including but not limited to; fire, theft, destruction of property, consumer injury, endangerment, and death. - Maintains security logbooks and Incident/Internal Alert logbooks. - Provides guidance to consumers in proper upkeep of living quarters, personal hygiene and grooming, appropriate attire, and participation in support service activities. - Monitors consumers during activities taking place within the facility. - Participates in ongoing individual supervision, team meetings, case conferences, division meetings, and trainings, as appropriate, and as directed. - Adheres to on call system to facilitate crisis intervention, emergencies, and other situations that require immediate action.
Job Locations US-NY-New York
he Housing Specialist is responsible for Housing duties related to the communities needs.      Job Functions:   Interviews 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 by Program Director and/or Supervisor
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Under the supervision of the HomeBase Assistant Program Director, the Intake Case Manager will coordinate intake and referral process for adult diversions at 30th Street Intake Center, Franklin Women’s Center and Riker’s Island.    Job Functions: - Screens and assesses applicants applying for HomeBase Services. - Serves as the primary initial SUS contact point for HomeBase applicants - Navigates applicants for program services through intake process, documentation standards and necessary supports. - Conduct intake and follow-up appointments with program applicants in person, and if necessary in the field at Department of Homeless Services (DHS) installations, homeless shelters and other outreach/recruitment locations. - Understand and communicate the programs’ eligibility and admission criteria. - Demonstrate sound understanding of HomeBase - Assess households’ immediate service needs, providing referrals when necessary for immediate services. - Document intake screenings and maintain records for each applicant and enrolled participant in DHS CARES. - Collect required documentation for program enrollment and scan documents for digital archiving. - Assist applicants with obtaining necessary financial documentation for program enrollment. - Participate in team meetings.     - Prepare formal letters and enclosures for distribution to applicants and referral sources.     - Completion of other tasks as assigned by manager. - Additional duties as assigned by program leadership.
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Are you looking for a company that is recognized for bringing positive change to the underserved community? Then come join the SUS family! We offer a rewarding careers, outstanding benefits, work-life balance and the opportunity to serve others. We are look for passionate Residential Aides to work in in our shelter programs, providing services that include: driving program vehicle to drop off and pick up shelter residents, assist with security of the facility and the nightly count. The Residential Aide is also responsible for coordinating client move outs, transfers and curfew violators.
Job Locations US-NY-New York
In this position you will;   - Perform clerical duties required for the efficient operation of the facility - Receive, screen, and route documents and correspondence; mails letters - Answer telephones, receive and relay messages - Maintain personnel and form files - Maintain and complete forms and reports required for facility operations. Collect monthly statistical data and submits to appropriate funding sources - Monitor the use of facility office supplies and orders same from agency purchasing department on a monthly basis - Operate standard office machines and has excellent computer skills - Show sensitivity to highly stressed multi-cultural client population - Able to collaborate and function as a team member in a multi-faceted, complex crisis intervention environment - Manage confidential information in a responsible manner - Supervise the Program Aide, including documenting monthly supervisory sessions and completing evaluations in timely manner and submitting them to the Human Resource Department - Other duties as requested by Supervisor  
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Residential Aide will; - Provide direct crisis intervention to clients and prepares incident reports of such interventions - Monitor client when they are taking their medication if necessary - Inform staff of any prescriptions given to client that must be filled (especially 12am-8am and weekend shifts) - Brief incoming shifts of status of the facility, this includes all clients in and out of facility - Give verbal and written warnings to clients and hand out appropriate consequences such as extra chores, removal of store and telephone privileges - Inform treatment staff of any concerns via an entry in communication logbook or a note in treatment staff mailbox - Make copies of forms to be utilize for store passes, cigarette distribution, meal checklists, etc. - Serve as staff escort when necessary - Partake in educational training to enhance skills related to job function - Performs various other tasks and responsibilities (i.e. facilitate morning/evening focus group. - Participate in staff meetings as required - Provide coverage in the cafeteria during meal times, monitor the client bed area and remove any unnecessary items in accordance with DHS rules - Coordinate and oversee morning/dispatches, petty cash (tokens, carfare, and lunch and dinner money) - Some Residential Aides will provide escorts for clients as assigned and needed based on driver’s license status and eligibility. Driving eligibility is determined by SUS Driver Eligibility Policy. - Hourly house/room rounds and recording of time and findings in communications logbook on all shifts - Keep supervisor informed of all relevant information regarding the residents and the program. - Other duties as assigned by supervisor
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Residential Aide will; - Provide direct crisis intervention to clients and prepares incident reports of such interventions - Monitor client when they are taking their medication if necessary - Inform staff of any prescriptions given to client that must be filled (especially 12am-8am and weekend shifts) - Brief incoming shifts of status of the facility, this includes all clients in and out of facility - Give verbal and written warnings to clients and hand out appropriate consequences such as extra chores, removal of store and telephone privileges - Inform treatment staff of any concerns via an entry in communication logbook or a note in treatment staff mailbox - Make copies of forms to be utilize for store passes, cigarette distribution, meal checklists, etc. - Serve as staff escort when necessary - Partake in educational training to enhance skills related to job function - Performs various other tasks and responsibilities (i.e. facilitate morning/evening focus group. - Participate in staff meetings as required - Provide coverage in the cafeteria during meal times, monitor the client bed area and remove any unnecessary items in accordance with DHS rules - Coordinate and oversee morning/dispatches, petty cash (tokens, carfare, and lunch and dinner money) - Some Residential Aides will provide escorts for clients as assigned and needed based on driver’s license status and eligibility. Driving eligibility is determined by SUS Driver Eligibility Policy. - Hourly house/room rounds and recording of time and findings in communications logbook on all shifts - Keep supervisor informed of all relevant information regarding the residents and the program. - Other duties as assigned by supervisor
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Residential Aide will; - Provide direct crisis intervention to clients and prepares incident reports of such interventions - Monitor client when they are taking their medication if necessary - Inform staff of any prescriptions given to client that must be filled (especially 12am-8am and weekend shifts) - Brief incoming shifts of status of the facility, this includes all clients in and out of facility - Give verbal and written warnings to clients and hand out appropriate consequences such as extra chores, removal of store and telephone privileges - Inform treatment staff of any concerns via an entry in communication logbook or a note in treatment staff mailbox - Make copies of forms to be utilize for store passes, cigarette distribution, meal checklists, etc. - Serve as staff escort when necessary - Partake in educational training to enhance skills related to job function - Performs various other tasks and responsibilities (i.e. facilitate morning/evening focus group. - Participate in staff meetings as required - Provide coverage in the cafeteria during meal times, monitor the client bed area and remove any unnecessary items in accordance with DHS rules - Coordinate and oversee morning/dispatches, petty cash (tokens, carfare, and lunch and dinner money) - Some Residential Aides will provide escorts for clients as assigned and needed based on driver’s license status and eligibility. Driving eligibility is determined by SUS Driver Eligibility Policy. - Hourly house/room rounds and recording of time and findings in communications logbook on all shifts - Keep supervisor informed of all relevant information regarding the residents and the program. - Other duties as assigned by supervisor
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Residential Aide will; - Provide direct crisis intervention to clients and prepares incident reports of such interventions - Monitor client when they are taking their medication if necessary - Inform staff of any prescriptions given to client that must be filled (especially 12am-8am and weekend shifts) - Brief incoming shifts of status of the facility, this includes all clients in and out of facility - Give verbal and written warnings to clients and hand out appropriate consequences such as extra chores, removal of store and telephone privileges - Inform treatment staff of any concerns via an entry in communication logbook or a note in treatment staff mailbox - Make copies of forms to be utilize for store passes, cigarette distribution, meal checklists, etc. - Serve as staff escort when necessary - Partake in educational training to enhance skills related to job function - Performs various other tasks and responsibilities (i.e. facilitate morning/evening focus group. - Participate in staff meetings as required - Provide coverage in the cafeteria during meal times, monitor the client bed area and remove any unnecessary items in accordance with DHS rules - Coordinate and oversee morning/dispatches, petty cash (tokens, carfare, and lunch and dinner money) - Some Residential Aides will provide escorts for clients as assigned and needed based on driver’s license status and eligibility. Driving eligibility is determined by SUS Driver Eligibility Policy. - Hourly house/room rounds and recording of time and findings in communications logbook on all shifts - Keep supervisor informed of all relevant information regarding the residents and the program. - Other duties as assigned by supervisor
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Residential Aide will; - Provide direct crisis intervention to clients and prepares incident reports of such interventions - Monitor client when they are taking their medication if necessary - Inform staff of any prescriptions given to client that must be filled (especially 12am-8am and weekend shifts) - Brief incoming shifts of status of the facility, this includes all clients in and out of facility - Give verbal and written warnings to clients and hand out appropriate consequences such as extra chores, removal of store and telephone privileges - Inform treatment staff of any concerns via an entry in communication logbook or a note in treatment staff mailbox - Make copies of forms to be utilize for store passes, cigarette distribution, meal checklists, etc. - Serve as staff escort when necessary - Partake in educational training to enhance skills related to job function - Performs various other tasks and responsibilities (i.e. facilitate morning/evening focus group. - Participate in staff meetings as required - Provide coverage in the cafeteria during meal times, monitor the client bed area and remove any unnecessary items in accordance with DHS rules - Coordinate and oversee morning/dispatches, petty cash (tokens, carfare, and lunch and dinner money) - Some Residential Aides will provide escorts for clients as assigned and needed based on driver’s license status and eligibility. Driving eligibility is determined by SUS Driver Eligibility Policy. - Hourly house/room rounds and recording of time and findings in communications logbook on all shifts - Keep supervisor informed of all relevant information regarding the residents and the program. - Other duties as assigned by supervisor
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Residential Aide will; - Provide direct crisis intervention to clients and prepares incident reports of such interventions - Monitor client when they are taking their medication if necessary - Inform staff of any prescriptions given to client that must be filled (especially 12am-8am and weekend shifts) - Brief incoming shifts of status of the facility, this includes all clients in and out of facility - Give verbal and written warnings to clients and hand out appropriate consequences such as extra chores, removal of store and telephone privileges - Inform treatment staff of any concerns via an entry in communication logbook or a note in treatment staff mailbox - Make copies of forms to be utilize for store passes, cigarette distribution, meal checklists, etc. - Serve as staff escort when necessary - Partake in educational training to enhance skills related to job function - Performs various other tasks and responsibilities (i.e. facilitate morning/evening focus group. - Participate in staff meetings as required - Provide coverage in the cafeteria during meal times, monitor the client bed area and remove any unnecessary items in accordance with DHS rules - Coordinate and oversee morning/dispatches, petty cash (tokens, carfare, and lunch and dinner money) - Some Residential Aides will provide escorts for clients as assigned and needed based on driver’s license status and eligibility. Driving eligibility is determined by SUS Driver Eligibility Policy. - Hourly house/room rounds and recording of time and findings in communications logbook on all shifts - Keep supervisor informed of all relevant information regarding the residents and the program. - Other duties as assigned by supervisor
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Residential Aide will; - Provide direct crisis intervention to clients and prepares incident reports of such interventions - Monitor client when they are taking their medication if necessary - Inform staff of any prescriptions given to client that must be filled (especially 12am-8am and weekend shifts) - Brief incoming shifts of status of the facility, this includes all clients in and out of facility - Give verbal and written warnings to clients and hand out appropriate consequences such as extra chores, removal of store and telephone privileges - Inform treatment staff of any concerns via an entry in communication logbook or a note in treatment staff mailbox - Make copies of forms to be utilize for store passes, cigarette distribution, meal checklists, etc. - Serve as staff escort when necessary - Partake in educational training to enhance skills related to job function - Performs various other tasks and responsibilities (i.e. facilitate morning/evening focus group. - Participate in staff meetings as required - Provide coverage in the cafeteria during meal times, monitor the client bed area and remove any unnecessary items in accordance with DHS rules - Coordinate and oversee morning/dispatches, petty cash (tokens, carfare, and lunch and dinner money) - Some Residential Aides will provide escorts for clients as assigned and needed based on driver’s license status and eligibility. Driving eligibility is determined by SUS Driver Eligibility Policy. - Hourly house/room rounds and recording of time and findings in communications logbook on all shifts - Keep supervisor informed of all relevant information regarding the residents and the program. - Other duties as assigned by supervisor
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Residential Aide will; - Provide direct crisis intervention to clients and prepares incident reports of such interventions - Monitor client when they are taking their medication if necessary - Inform staff of any prescriptions given to client that must be filled (especially 12am-8am and weekend shifts) - Brief incoming shifts of status of the facility, this includes all clients in and out of facility - Give verbal and written warnings to clients and hand out appropriate consequences such as extra chores, removal of store and telephone privileges - Inform treatment staff of any concerns via an entry in communication logbook or a note in treatment staff mailbox - Make copies of forms to be utilize for store passes, cigarette distribution, meal checklists, etc. - Serve as staff escort when necessary - Partake in educational training to enhance skills related to job function - Performs various other tasks and responsibilities (i.e. facilitate morning/evening focus group. - Participate in staff meetings as required - Provide coverage in the cafeteria during meal times, monitor the client bed area and remove any unnecessary items in accordance with DHS rules - Coordinate and oversee morning/dispatches, petty cash (tokens, carfare, and lunch and dinner money) - Some Residential Aides will provide escorts for clients as assigned and needed based on driver’s license status and eligibility. Driving eligibility is determined by SUS Driver Eligibility Policy. - Hourly house/room rounds and recording of time and findings in communications logbook on all shifts - Keep supervisor informed of all relevant information regarding the residents and the program. - Other duties as assigned by supervisor
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Residential Aide will; - Provide direct crisis intervention to clients and prepares incident reports of such interventions - Monitor client when they are taking their medication if necessary - Inform staff of any prescriptions given to client that must be filled (especially 12am-8am and weekend shifts) - Brief incoming shifts of status of the facility, this includes all clients in and out of facility - Give verbal and written warnings to clients and hand out appropriate consequences such as extra chores, removal of store and telephone privileges - Inform treatment staff of any concerns via an entry in communication logbook or a note in treatment staff mailbox - Make copies of forms to be utilize for store passes, cigarette distribution, meal checklists, etc. - Serve as staff escort when necessary - Partake in educational training to enhance skills related to job function - Performs various other tasks and responsibilities (i.e. facilitate morning/evening focus group. - Participate in staff meetings as required - Provide coverage in the cafeteria during meal times, monitor the client bed area and remove any unnecessary items in accordance with DHS rules - Coordinate and oversee morning/dispatches, petty cash (tokens, carfare, and lunch and dinner money) - Some Residential Aides will provide escorts for clients as assigned and needed based on driver’s license status and eligibility. Driving eligibility is determined by SUS Driver Eligibility Policy. - Hourly house/room rounds and recording of time and findings in communications logbook on all shifts - Keep supervisor informed of all relevant information regarding the residents and the program. - Other duties as assigned by supervisor
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Shift Supervisor will; - Provides supervisory oversight and training to residential aides. Supervision includes, but is not limited to, ongoing individual supervisory meetings; ongoing feedback regarding job performance; coordinating work schedules, timesheets and requests for time off; evaluating paperwork and documentation including the Security Log. May be required to fulfill duties of residential aides and/or custodial personnel in their absence. - Responsible for maintaining fire safety which includes: - Coordinating monthly fire drills and maintaining fire drill logs. - Periodic building inspections checking for any fire safety hazards or violations and all systems related to fire prevention (centralized fire alarm panel, sprinkler system, smoke detectors and fire extinguishers). - Providing all new program clients with written fire safety and prevention information. - Perform administrative duties as requested, including but not limited to: - Filling out transfer paperwork - Completing intakes with new clients - Compete Incident Reports - Maintain visitor log books - Maintain roster in CARES and accurately record bedding - Maintain mail logs - Correspond via email - Establish and maintain appropriate staff/client boundaries and direct clients to the appropriate staff or department in order to address their needs. - Communicate regarding incidents and client observations and interactions with Facility Manager, Case Managers, Director of Social Services and Program Director as needed. - Assist with new family arrivals, apartment turnovers and complete intakes and program orientation. - Monitor client behavior to ensure compliance with House Rules, Program Policies, and Procedures. - Monitor facility exterior and interior to ensure client safety, prevent damage and/or theft of agency property, and to prevent fire or other emergency/crisis situations. - May be responsible for cleaning program areas after or before usage. - Assist with move outs, curfew violators and new residents. Complete intakes with new residents. - Provide guidance to clients in proper upkeep of living quarters, personal hygiene and grooming, appropriate attire, in-house workshops, and participation in other support service activities. - Drive program vehicle to drop off/pick up shelter residents at appointments, housing interviews, job interviews, training sites, partnering organizations, etc. as assigned. - Conduct periodic building and grounds inspections and make facility manager aware of findings. - Respond to crisis and emergency situations and contact the appropriate authorities as needed. - Participate in ongoing individual supervision, team meetings, and trainings as appropriate. - Adhere to on call system to facilitate crisis intervention, emergencies, and other situations that require immediate action. - Maintain CPR/ First Aid Certification - A work schedule that includes weekend and evening hours will be required. Additional shifts required as needed - Perform other duties related to the program as delegated by the Facility Manager and Program Director
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Shift Supervisor will; - Provides supervisory oversight and training to residential aides. Supervision includes, but is not limited to, ongoing individual supervisory meetings; ongoing feedback regarding job performance; coordinating work schedules, timesheets and requests for time off; evaluating paperwork and documentation including the Security Log. May be required to fulfill duties of residential aides and/or custodial personnel in their absence. - Responsible for maintaining fire safety which includes: - Coordinating monthly fire drills and maintaining fire drill logs. - Periodic building inspections checking for any fire safety hazards or violations and all systems related to fire prevention (centralized fire alarm panel, sprinkler system, smoke detectors and fire extinguishers). - Providing all new program clients with written fire safety and prevention information. - Perform administrative duties as requested, including but not limited to: - Filling out transfer paperwork - Completing intakes with new clients - Compete Incident Reports - Maintain visitor log books - Maintain roster in CARES and accurately record bedding - Maintain mail logs - Correspond via email - Establish and maintain appropriate staff/client boundaries and direct clients to the appropriate staff or department in order to address their needs. - Communicate regarding incidents and client observations and interactions with Facility Manager, Case Managers, Director of Social Services and Program Director as needed. - Assist with new family arrivals, apartment turnovers and complete intakes and program orientation. - Monitor client behavior to ensure compliance with House Rules, Program Policies, and Procedures. - Monitor facility exterior and interior to ensure client safety, prevent damage and/or theft of agency property, and to prevent fire or other emergency/crisis situations. - May be responsible for cleaning program areas after or before usage. - Assist with move outs, curfew violators and new residents. Complete intakes with new residents. - Provide guidance to clients in proper upkeep of living quarters, personal hygiene and grooming, appropriate attire, in-house workshops, and participation in other support service activities. - Drive program vehicle to drop off/pick up shelter residents at appointments, housing interviews, job interviews, training sites, partnering organizations, etc. as assigned. - Conduct periodic building and grounds inspections and make facility manager aware of findings. - Respond to crisis and emergency situations and contact the appropriate authorities as needed. - Participate in ongoing individual supervision, team meetings, and trainings as appropriate. - Adhere to on call system to facilitate crisis intervention, emergencies, and other situations that require immediate action. - Maintain CPR/ First Aid Certification - A work schedule that includes weekend and evening hours will be required. Additional shifts required as needed - Perform other duties related to the program as delegated by the Facility Manager and Program Director
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Shift Supervisor will; - Provides supervisory oversight and training to residential aides. Supervision includes, but is not limited to, ongoing individual supervisory meetings; ongoing feedback regarding job performance; coordinating work schedules, timesheets and requests for time off; evaluating paperwork and documentation including the Security Log. May be required to fulfill duties of residential aides and/or custodial personnel in their absence. - Responsible for maintaining fire safety which includes: - Coordinating monthly fire drills and maintaining fire drill logs. - Periodic building inspections checking for any fire safety hazards or violations and all systems related to fire prevention (centralized fire alarm panel, sprinkler system, smoke detectors and fire extinguishers). - Providing all new program clients with written fire safety and prevention information. - Perform administrative duties as requested, including but not limited to: - Filling out transfer paperwork - Completing intakes with new clients - Compete Incident Reports - Maintain visitor log books - Maintain roster in CARES and accurately record bedding - Maintain mail logs - Correspond via email - Establish and maintain appropriate staff/client boundaries and direct clients to the appropriate staff or department in order to address their needs. - Communicate regarding incidents and client observations and interactions with Facility Manager, Case Managers, Director of Social Services and Program Director as needed. - Assist with new family arrivals, apartment turnovers and complete intakes and program orientation. - Monitor client behavior to ensure compliance with House Rules, Program Policies, and Procedures. - Monitor facility exterior and interior to ensure client safety, prevent damage and/or theft of agency property, and to prevent fire or other emergency/crisis situations. - May be responsible for cleaning program areas after or before usage. - Assist with move outs, curfew violators and new residents. Complete intakes with new residents. - Provide guidance to clients in proper upkeep of living quarters, personal hygiene and grooming, appropriate attire, in-house workshops, and participation in other support service activities. - Drive program vehicle to drop off/pick up shelter residents at appointments, housing interviews, job interviews, training sites, partnering organizations, etc. as assigned. - Conduct periodic building and grounds inspections and make facility manager aware of findings. - Respond to crisis and emergency situations and contact the appropriate authorities as needed. - Participate in ongoing individual supervision, team meetings, and trainings as appropriate. - Adhere to on call system to facilitate crisis intervention, emergencies, and other situations that require immediate action. - Maintain CPR/ First Aid Certification - A work schedule that includes weekend and evening hours will be required. Additional shifts required as needed - Perform other duties related to the program as delegated by the Facility Manager and Program Director
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Driver will; - Operate agency vehicles as assigned, transporting residents, supplies, food, etc. to and from various destinations - Timely submission of all incident and accident reports as required - Monitor of vehicle maintenance and general condition of the vehicle on a daily basis - Observing the vehicle is in proper working order, and report to Director for Vehicle and Agency Mechanic immediately if problem do exit, in order to coordinate timely repair - Compliance to all applicable vehicle and traffic laws as they pertain to safety, speed limits as well as proper passenger safety. - Keeping accurate trip-logs including destination, mileage, departure and arrival times and purpose for submission to vehicle operation on a daily basis - Cleanliness of vehicles - Attend weekly supervision - Other duties as assigned
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Porter will; - Maintain cleanliness of facility and facility perimeter. This includes but it not limited to, kitchen, offices, bathrooms, dorms, medical department and common areas. - Accept deliveries and stock items as instructed - Removal of trash, snow and other debris - Assist in moving and storing program supplies, office furniture, office equipment, dorm furniture, consumer belongings, and other items in and around the facility when and where appropriate. - Must wear SUS maintenance uniform and must maintain uniform so that it is clean and presentable at the start of each shift. - Attend staff meetings, group supervision, and trainings as needed. - A work schedule that includes some weekend and evening hours will be required. - Assist with apartment turn over following move outs to prepare apartments for new families (where applicable). - Conduct minor facility repairs - Assist Maintenance staff with special projects - Ensure compliance with all OSHA and FDNY regulations - Comply with all SUS Employee Policies, Procedures, and Protocols, SUS Corporate Compliance Policies. - A work schedule that includes weekend and evening hours will be required - Ability to be available in emergency situations. - Perform other duties as assigned.
Job Locations US-NY-Bronx
The Peer Specialist will; - Interface with representatives from Probation/ Parole in order to encourage consumer compliance with requirements and facilitate communication. - Act as an advocate for consumers as appropriate; encourage and support self- advocacy. - Develop and facilitate a peer support group for agency consumers. - Develop, with consumers, individualized strategies for reducing the negative consequences of drug use and not taking medication for mental illness. - Provide outreach intervention and referral services through the distribution of materials, information, education and prevention messages to consumers in their homes and/or in group settings. - Promote problem solving and decision making skill development, particularly in the areas of drug use, sexual risk reduction, and medical treatment. - Strong attention to detail - Effectively communicates with others in writing and verbally - Works independently - Excellent time management skills - Other duties as assigned.