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    DATE POSTED: December 15, 2014

    POSITION: DIRECTOR of Men's Education - Shalom Task Force

    DETAILS: Organize and present educational workshops in High Schools with additional curriculum for Bais Midrash program. Develop and maintain contact with school principals; Roshei Yeshiva. Increase school-based educational programs nationally. Train and supervise presenters for school-based programs. Coordinate in-service workshops. Organize parent education programs as well as college campus seminars/forums. Organize training programs for Chassan teachers, Rabbis, educators and other groups. Create Israel Yeshiva program (TBD). Create and update school curricula as necessary.

    QUALIFICATIONS: MSW or Masters in Psychology. 2-3 years of full time post-Masters work in this field. Administrative experience. Ability to travel for presentations (reimbursed). Orthodox Jewish preferred; awareness of entire spectrum of Orthodox community essential. Knowledge of Domestic Abuse crucial.

    1.  Computer literacy (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)

    2.  Maintain records and participant evaluations

    3.  Excellent public speaking, writing, and organizational skills required

    This three day-per-week position is based in lower Manhattan.

    This is an Exempt position

    Benefits: TransitCheks, 403b Tax Shelter, Section 125 Cafeteria Plan, vacation and sick leave.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Please forward CV, cover letter, and salary request to Executive Director dralansinger@shalomtaskforce.org (no calls please).



    DATE POSTED: December 5, 2014

    POSITION:  Case Manager Behavioral Health, HARP 

    DETAILS: Perform work associated with promoting and restoring patient health by identifying patient care requirements, documenting, and assure quality of care. Collaborate with physicians and multidisciplinary team members.

    Technical/Functional Expectations:

    1. Mental Health/Chemical Dependency:  Utilize expertise of best practice standards to render medical necessity determinations.

    2. Quality of Care: Adhere to clinical standards of care through collaboration with providers in order to ensure appropriate outcomes.

    3. Case Management: Communicate with patients, family and other medical personnel as necessary to facilitate a desired outcome.

    4. Pharmacology: In collaboration with Physician Advisor, assess appropriateness and effectiveness of medications in order to determine a medications use, dosage, side effect as applied to different disease states.

    5. Electronic Records: Manage electronic files to create patient files in order to document patient records, treatments, and progress.

    6. Regulatory Guidelines:  Practice and adhere to departmental and state guidelines in order to protect self, patients, and organization.

    7. Professional Development:  Attend educational workshops; review professional publications; establish personal networks; participate in professional societies in order to maintain professional and technical knowledge.

    8. Other duties as required:  Performs other tasks in order to contribute to the team effort.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Clinical Experience: Assess treatment needs and make recommendations that impact desired outcomes and quality of care.  LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, or, CASAC, RN, Licensed Psychologist (Ph.D. or Psy.D.). Experience with SMI/SUD populations & related service delivery in a recovery oriented environment. Experience with specialty populations (e.g. first-episode psychosis, justice involved, transition-aged youth). Experience navigating the NYC & NY State systems of care, including Home & Community Based Services (HCBS). Experience with providing and/or coordinating integrated, person-centered care. Experience with evidence based practices in behavioral health care.

    MA/MS - Masters Degree or equivalent required. 1-3 Years required. 3-5 Years preferred. Managed care experience preferred.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Please email your resume and cover letter to Ms. Cassie Francis at cfrancis@fideliscare.org



    DATE POSTED: December 5, 2014

    POSITION: Program Manager - Lay Leadership Training

    DETAILS: The Program Manager of Lay Leadership Training in the Wiener Center in the Educational Resources and Organizational Development Department will be responsible for managing the lay leadership training and education program for UJA-Federation of New York.

    Position is part-time - three days per week.

    Key Responsibilities

    1.      Develop and implement short- and long-term learning strategies, tools, and programs that build core competencies and volunteer leadership skills aligned with organizational needs. Responsibilities will include: curriculum development, speaker coordination, workshop instruction, and marketing strategy.

    2.      Conduct multiple training needs assessments in order to determine the focus of lay leadership training, including evaluating existing and prior lay leadership programs.

    3.      Build relationships with key staff and lay leadership in order to understand needs and to consult on individual departmental training programs.

    4.      Serve as educational consultant to internal departments as needed.

    5.      Work in collaboration with other internal departments involved with professional/lay development or engagement.

    6.      Measure and report on program outcomes to determine the effectiveness of learning and development solutions.

    7.      Build off of successful Wiener Center professional development programs, utilizing resources already developed and exploring possible synergies.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Advanced degree in training and organizational development, not-for-profit management, or related field preferred. Minimum five years' experience with increasing responsibility in learning and development, with at least three years designing, developing, and implementing quality training solutions. Knowledge of and commitment to the mission of UJA-Federation and the field of Jewish nonprofit management.          Previous experience in a nonprofit organization, ideally demonstrating the crafting and implementation of meaningful curriculums and resources for the purpose of training and education. Understanding of and/or demonstrated experience working with lay leadership. Excellent interpersonal, written, and communication skills. Ability to manage administrative staff and subordinates, and to interact effectively with peers within the organization. Strong organizational and administrative skills. Ability to multitask and work independently with minimal supervision

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: All interested staff should contact Ellen Scarano to apply for this position. Scaranoe@ujafedny.org.




    DATE POSTED: November 25, 2014

    POSITION: Seeking dynamic candidates for our exciting and fast pace positions in discharge planning. (Masters level licensed position)

    DETAILS: Candidates should be creative and able to initiative with a sense of urgency.

    Knowledge in crisis intervention and experience in end of life/palliative care

    NYS Licensure

    This is a medical model where the goal is discharge planning for the Social Worker.

    1. The focus is crisis intervention towards appropriate and safe discharge plans.

    2. Providing directions to patients to the next level of care or services

    3. Placement for patients that need post care to acute rehabilitation, nursing home, adult senior living homes and others.

    4. Services for patients that present with child and elder abuse, domestic violence, substance abuse, displacement, mental health and other medical issues that have a major impact on life situations.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Email resume and cover letter to : mjs9010@nyp.org

    New York Hospital Queens

    Case Management/Social Work Department

    56-45 Main Street

    Flushing, NY 11355



    DATE POSTED: November 19, 2014

    POSITION: Homecare Case Management Social Worker

    DETAILS: The position of Homecare Case Management Social Worker includes (but is not limited to) the following responsibilities: •  Conducting home assessments and reassessments of senior citizen homecare clients residing throughout Brooklyn (most are concentrated in southern Brooklyn neighborhoods) •  Assessments and reassessments in include (but not be limited to) verifying and documenting each clients eligibility for homecare services; assessing their functional score to determine what level and frequency of homecare services they require •  Identifying unmet needs of each Homecare client (in addition to Homecare, such as health, social, mental health, financial, quality of life and other needs) • Making every effort to assure that the unmet needs of each client are responded to through information, referrals, advocacy and/or direct intervention by the social worker • Interacting with each clients family as needed to address issues affecting the health and welfare and quality of life of the client • Maintaining ongoing contact with clients as needed and assuring that clients are reassessed as quickly as possible if their health or functionality changes • Reporting on a timely basis any changes in each client's Homecare eligibility and functional scores to JCCGCI Homecare staff • Scheduling home visits to clients in as efficient manner as possible to enable as many clients as possible to be assessed and reassessed • Recording of relevant information about clients and assessment and reassessment outcomes in JCCGCI's management information system

      The quality of performance of the Homecare Case Management Social Worker will be assessed based on the following criteria:

    • Is the Social Worker scheduling home visits in as effective manner as possible and visiting as many clients as possible?

    • Are the assessments and reassessments complete, accurate and include all required documentation?

    • Are functional score assessments of each Homecare client accurate?

    • Are functional score assessments adjusted on a timely basis whenever client's health and functionality change?

    • Is the Social Worker adequately addressing the non-Homecare needs of each client?

    • Is the Social Worker developing a positive relationship with each client (e.g. do clients want the Social Worker to return to visit them)?

    • Is the Social Worker recording the details and documentation of each visit on a timely basis in JCCGCI's management information system.

    Supervision:  The Homecare Case Management Social Worker will be supervised by the JCCGCI Homecare Social Work Coordinator

    Schedule: Monday-Thursday, 9am-5pm and Friday 9:00AM-2:00PM, or as determined by the Executive Director

    QUALIFICATIONS:  Must hold a MSW degree.  Must have a friendly disposition and caring attitude towards senior citizens and be able to work well with others. Ability to make determinations of best procedures and practices to attain goals of the position. Ability to communicate in Yiddish helpful.

    Computer Skills: Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel, WordPerfect, and data entry; basic knowledge of computer networking processes

    Working Conditions: Occasionally called upon to work overtime or odd schedules (e.g. when outreach is best accomplished after-hours or on weekends). Social worker travels to clients to conduct assessments and provide case management assistance

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Interested candidates should please forward their resume along with a cover letter (including their salary requirements) to: Aliza Kelman, LMSW at a.kelman@jccgci.org



    DATE POSTED: November 19, 2014

    POSITION: Social Worker

    DETAILS: Immediate opening for experienced MSW, who is a self- starter, to supervise homecare program for older adults in northern Manhattan. Must have case work experience, good administrative skills, supervisory experience and good computer skills.  Salary: $42,000 and excellent health benefits.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Resumes only to: dkatznelson@ywashhts.org



    DATE POSTED: November 19, 2014

    POSITION: Social Worker

    DETAILS: NYSHA Clinic is an article 16 clinic serving the special needs population.  We have locations in Brooklyn , Monroe and Monsey. We are currently looking for  a  part time social worker for  our Boys Program -individual and group sessions in our Monroe/ Monsey location.  Minimum requirement LMSW to work under supervision of our psychologist. Experience with special needs population  preferred. Yiddish Speaking a must.  

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Please submit resume to flichter@nyshainc.org   or call 845-774-0370



    DATE POSTED: November 19, 2014

    POSITION: Social Worker

    DETAILS: The Hebrew Language Academy Charter School in Brooklyn is looking for a short-term, full time licensed social worker to fulfill a leave replacement position. The HLA School Social Worker provides counseling and support services for children in need, participates in IEP meetings, provides support for/communicates with parents and staff members and serves as a productive member of the HLA community.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Please contact lsilver@hlacharterschool.org if you are interested in the position.



     DATE POSTED: November 3, 2014

    POSITION: Assistant Director of Business Development and Placement Services/POP - NYC

    DETAILS: Under direction, with latitude for independent initiative, perform exceptionally difficult and responsible supervisory, analytical and specialized administrative work for the Parks Opportunity Program. Cultivate new partnerships and develop strategies with POP management and the Deputy Commissioner for Management, Budget and Public Programs for identifying and reaching hiring and continuity targets. Promote POP to the corporate sector, community organizations and nonprofit groups throughout the New York area. Coordinate and serve as point person for all POP special events, including job fairs and networking events. Instruct and guide staff to develop relevant opportunities for each client based on their interests, abilities and qualifications. Manage trainee outcomes and oversee program tracking through weekly reports and database and performance measurement tools. Oversee the development and implementation of all POP marketing initiatives. Collaborate with POP Program Managers on overall program direction and goals, and develop innovative execution strategies to maximize trainee success. Work closely with various agency divisions to ensure that POP policy bulletins, procedures and guidelines are adhered to.

    QUALIFICATIONS: A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college and four years of satisfactory, full-time progressively responsible clerical/administrative experience requiring independent decision-making concerning program management or planning, allocation of resources and the scheduling and assignment of work, 18 months of which must have been in an administrative, managerial, executive or supervisory capacity. The supervisory work must have been in the supervision of staff performing clerical/administrative work of more than moderate difficulty; or An associate degree or 60 semester credits from an accredited college and five years of satisfactory, full-time progressively responsible experience as described in "1" above, 18 months of which must have been in an administrative, managerial, executive or supervisory capacity. The supervisory work must have been in the supervision of staff performing clerical/administrative work of more than moderate difficulty; or A four-year high school diploma or its educational equivalent and six years of satisfactory, full-time progressively responsible experience as described in "1" above, 18 months of which must have been in an administrative, managerial, executive or supervisory capacity. The supervisory work must have been in the supervision of staff performing clerical/administrative work of more than moderate difficulty; or Education and/or experience equivalent to "1", "2" or "3" above. However, all candidates must possess the 18 months of admin istrative, managerial, executive or supervisory experience as described in "1", "2" or "3" above. Education above the high school level may be substituted for the general clerical/administrative experience (but not for the administrative, managerial, executive or supervisory experience described in "1", "2" or "3" above) at a rate of 30 semester credits from an accredited college for 6 months of experience up to a maximum of 3½ years.

    Residency in New York City, Nassau, Orange, Rockland, Suffolk, Putnam or Westchester counties required for employees with over two years of city service. New York City residency required for all other candidates.

    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Master's degree in Public Administration, Social Work, Public Policy, Business Administration or related area of study. New York State License Master of Social Work or Clinical Social Work. Experience working with the welfare-to-work population, knowledge of citywide resources and enthusiasm for helping people obtain employment. Substantial professional experience working in groups with case management and clinics. Strong administrative, communication, interpersonal and organizational skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Office. Valid New York State driver license.


    City employees:

    1) Apply through Employee Self Service (ESS) under Recruiting Activities

    2) Search for Job ID#: 172609

    Include your ERN on all correspondence.


    For all other applicants:

    1) Go to  www.nyc.gov/careers/search

    2) Search for Job ID#: 172609



    DATE POSTED: October 30, 2014

    POSITION: Administrative Supervisor

    DETAILS: Provide therapeutic services to children and their families with a minimum of one therapeutic contact per youth per week.  Work in partnership with Case Manager and Team to assure a safe and permanent outcome for every child.

    ESSENTIAL TASKS: Assessment and Treatment planning to facilitate permanency: Generate individualized treatment and discharge plans. Assess service needs and assist family in creation of a service plan and review planning goals monthly. Perform ongoing clinical assessment of child and family. Document progress of treatment. Complete Initial Review Summary. Complete initial and ongoing trauma assessment. Treatment with families to support and facilitate permanency: Attend family conferences. Participate in family and/or sibling visits as clinically indicated. Assess and teach parenting skills. Provide family therapy primarily in home and community settings. Ensure there is a written visiting plan tailored for every child, that it monitors family progress and that it is updated weekly. Treatment with residents to forge successful transitions to discharge. Provide group treatment in cottage and other settings. Provide Individual treatment as indicated. Provide Crisis intervention as needed. Prepare individual IL monthly contacts and documentation. Co-facilitate IL workshops with milieu staff.

    OTHER TASKS AND REQUIREMENTS: Hours must be flexible and basic hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Expectations are that Social Worker is available for evening and weekend work at least 2 nights per week. Court appearances. Liaison with community resources. Support positive leadership of milieu staff in daily cottage life.

    QUALIFICATIONS: LMSW required. LCSW eligible. Computer Literacy (specifically Microsoft Word, Excel Connections).Solid Organization, follow-up interpersonal and writing skills. Bilingual/ Spanish preferred.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Any qualified and interested candidates can email their resumes over to me at jkesler@temporarypersonnel.com , and I will be happy to contact them to discuss the positions further and answer any additional questions. 



    DATE POSTED: October 30, 2014

    POSITION: Administrative Supervisor

    DETAILS: Provide leadership, support, and direction to case management and social work staff. ESSENTIAL TASKS: Supervise, train, and assist in the professional development of social workers and case managers, including facilitation of Trauma Informed Practice trainings and Planning and Service meetings. Work in partnership with Residence Supervisor to provide leadership, management and team building for supervisees, psychologists, psychiatrists, students, nurse, secretary, and milieu staff.  Work in partnership with administrative team to provide same skills for division. Responsible for the implementation of casework assignments and compliance and time frame requirements on all supervised cases including documentation deadlines and mandated contacts. Direct case management and social work activities of supervisees to ensure timely permanency for all youth. Direct the clinical treatment of residents in cottages and community, both individual and group focused, including but not limited to, Sanctuary Psychoeducational groups, Preparing Youth for Adulthood workshops, and crisis intervention groups. Participate in the development and supervision of groups both on the campus and in the community for youth and parents. Responsible for management activities including, but not limited to, hiring, firing, evaluating supervisees on a regular and timely basis and providing disciplinary action to supervisees as necessary. Participate in the approval process around work schedules, overtime, vacations and all other time off within the context of agency policy and procedures. Work in collaboration with all administrators, and across disciplines, towards the development and growth of program philosophy and practice, including specialized programs for specialized populations. Facilitate meetings within the program including team, family, case planning, SPR, and briefing meetings. Provide crisis management. Provide case coverage as needed as well as coverage for other Administrative Supervisors during vacation/sick/etc . Provide access, by phone, for weekend clinical consultation of supervised cases during weekend hours if needed. Participate in the intake process for the program including interviewing prospective residents, conducting intake meetings, etc. Act as liaison with the organization's foster home division and other programs/agencies to ensure the smooth transition of youth in and out of the program. Collaborate with child welfare agencies, courts, hospitals, and other community agencies. Participate in agency-wide forums and training programs. Ensure that the tenets of Sanctuary are infused into clinical and casework practice with youth and families. Assist Director of Social Work in overseeing the management of grants including, but not limited to Wendy's Wonderful Kids, by reporting to funding agencies, liaising with collaborative agencies, and providing ongoing communication with administration regarding the grant management process.

    QUALIFICATIONS:MSW or advance degree from comparable human service field with two years of foster care or community based direct practice experience. LCSW certification. Bilingual/Spanish preferred. Solid organizational and follow-up skills. Computer Literacy (specifically Microsoft Word, Excel). Excellent telephone and interpersonal skills. Ability to manage and work with a variety of different people. Excellent writing skills.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Any qualified and interested candidates can email their resumes over to me at jkesler@temporarypersonnel.com , and I will be happy to contact them to discuss the positions further and answer any additional questions. 



    DATE POSTED: October 30, 2014

    POSITION: Case Planner - Harlem, Jamaica, or Far Rockaway (positions available in all locations).

    DETAILS: Under the broad supervision of the Program Supervisor, this position is responsible for the direct supervision and monitoring of children and families who are deemed to be at risk of foster care placement.  The scope of these responsibilities includes, but is not limited to individual and group counseling, home visits, school visits, monitoring of medical and educational services.

    Responsibilities:  Responsibilities include carrying out a variety of casework activities within the child welfare system in Harlem, Jamaica or Far Rockaway and surrounding communities. Provides supportive services to children and families and written documentation as required.  Specific duties include but are not limited to: Minimum of two face to face contacts per month for each family and child receiving preventive services.  At least one of the two monthly contacts must be in the home of the family receiving services. Monitor children in their home and conduct a safety assessment. Monitor children in their school placement and educational performance. Monitor children and their medical needs including compliance with periodic physicals and immunizations. Assess and refer families to supportive and concrete services, i.e. mental health, substance abuse, housing, financial assistance, legal, etc. Work with ACS and other community service providers to ensure that families are connected to timely and appropriate services.  Follow up to ensure that services are being provided as referred and needed by children and families. Complete all required paperwork, i.e. Progress Notes, Uniform Case Record, school reports, psychosocials and other reporting requirements and documents as needed. Conduct groups as needed, including parenting skills, youth and adolescent groups. Attend court hearings and meetings with ACS as needed. Attend in service training. Attend meetings and conferences at other agencies on behalf of clients as assigned and as appropriate. Assist the Program Supervisor with special projects assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS: The ideal candidate will have at least a Bachelors Degree in Social Work or related field.  Prior experience in child welfare or other social services, including day care, youth services or other related programs that involves direct work and contact with children and families.  Good verbal and written communication skills required. Must be computer literate.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Any qualified and interested candidates can email their resumes over to me at jkesler@temporarypersonnel.com , and I will be happy to contact them to discuss the positions further and answer any additional questions. 



    DATE POSTED: October 30, 2014

    POSITION: Development Associate - Columbia/Barnard Hillel - NYC

    DETAILS: Columbia/Barnard Hillel is seeking a dynamic professional with strong organizational and communication skills to serve as Development Associate. The Development Associate position is an entry-level position that is primarily responsible for assisting the Director of Development in carrying out the annual fundraising strategy for Columbia/Barnard Hillel. The Development Associate works with the Director of Development on strategic planning, the design and implementation of the annual development calendar of activity, and meeting an annual fund raising goal of over $1,000,000 in operating funds for the organization. A person that will succeed in this position will be someone that is very well organized, works fast, pays attention to detail and deadlines, and takes extreme pride in the accuracy and presentation of his/her work. This person will be an essential part of the development team and will help create new strategies to engage our alumni, parents and friends.

    Event Management: Coordinate logistics for the annual gala, including ticket sales, creating reports and designing event materials (save the dates, invitations and journals). Will create, implement and assist with cultivation and stewardship activities, including young alumni events.

    Donor Relations & Data Management: Process donations and prepare acknowledgement letters and other correspondence. Prepare fundraising and donor reports for development meetings. Manage and maintain donor database, identifying, troubleshooting and resolving database problems. Project management, production of collateral materials, board reporting, and other tasks as assigned. Analyze data and help DOD develop strategies and individualized cultivation plan to increase fundraising, including scheduling one-on-one appointments for DOD.

    Communications: Production and dissemination of Development Department mailings, broadcast e-mails, marketing/fundraising publications, giving opportunities, etc. Coordinate and draft direct mail appeals and stewardship letters (honorary letters and cultivation pieces).

    QUALIFICATIONS: Preferred 2-3 years of fundraising and event management experience. A college degree is required. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, Publisher, PowerPoint). Highly organized and motivated. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Desire to learn about all the different channels of fundraising. Ability to work independently and be self-directed, while also able to work collaboratively within a team environment.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Please apply at www.hilleljobs.com by clicking on "Current Openings." PLEASE NOTE: Applicants should include a copy of their cover letter and resume in one document when applying for this position. Please upload this document as a word or PDF files. When you upload the document, the system will create an unformatted version of your resume as a snapshot in your application. The formatted version of your resume will also be attached to your application, and will be used during the hiring process.



    DATE POSTED: October 30, 2014

    POSITION: Director of Women's Education - Shalom Task Force

    DETAILS: Organize and present educational workshops in High Schools with additional curriculum for Seminaries. Develop and maintain contact with school principals. Increase school-based educational programs nationally. Train and supervise presenters for school and seminary programs. Organize parent education programs such as Mother's Groups. Organize training programs for Kallah teachers, Mikvah attendants, Rabbis/ Rebbitzens, nurses, educators and other groups. (Training to be done by TC). Supervise and expand Israel Seminary program (TBD). Educate, train and supervise school-based volunteers, including in-service presentations. Create and update school curricula as necessary.

    QUALIFICATIONS: MSW or Masters in Psychology. 3-4 years of full time paid post-Masters experience. Previous administrative experience. Ability to travel for presentations, which will be reimbursed. Orthodox Jewish preferred; awareness of entire spectrum of Orthodox community essential. Knowledge of Domestic Abuse important. Computer literacy (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint). Maintain records and participant evaluations. Excellent public speaking, writing, and organizational skills required. This four day-per-week position is based in our lower Manhattan office, 9am to 5pm. This is an Exempt position.

    Benefits: TransitCheks, 403b Tax Shelter, Section 125 Cafeteria Plan, vacation and sick days.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Please forward your resume, cover letter, and salary request to Executive Director dralansinger@shalomtaskforce.org (no calls please)



    DATE POSTED: October 30, 2014

    POSITION: Director of Annual Giving - NYC

    DETAILS: The JCC in Manhattan seeks a skilled fundraiser to join a staff of seven development professionals. This position reports to the Senior Director of Development. Responsible for the engagement, cultivation, and face-to-face solicitation of annual donors and prospects, gifts ranging from $1k - $24,999. Management of a portfolio of more than 100 - 150 prospects/donors. Coordination and tracking of prospects. Identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of annual gifts. Along with other members of the development team, assist in executing a strategic development plan for the JCC. Design and implement effective cultivation, fundraising and recognition events and programs for major donors. Manage/coordinate small scale fundraising events. Implement 3 to 4 mailings a year (high holidays, calendar year-end, fiscal year-end). Manage, organize and steward the JCC's two giving circles and leadership programs. Work with other team members to manage the Leaders Council group. Work closely with 2-3 program directors to identify, cultivate and solicit prospects for those program areas. Create and implement fundraising strategies around special events including. Annual Benefit. White Hot Saturday night. Program related events in donor's homes.

    QUALIFICATIONS: 3 plus years of experience with annual campaigns, including face to face solicitation and frontline fundraising. Bachelor's Degree. A solid record of closing 4 and 5 figure gifts. Experience with moves management. Knowledge and experience with social media fundraising. Excellent interpersonal skills and writing skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Strong research and analytical skills. Ability to maintain exciting sources of giving and to creatively identify and develop new annual giving prospects

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: To apply send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to recruitment@jccmanhattan.org



    DATE POSTED: October 30, 2014

    POSITION: Senior Program Manager at Foundation for Jewish Camp- NYC

    DETAILS: The Senior Program Manager oversees the management of a portfolio of programs and projects which help promote excellence in all aspects of Jewish summer camp operations, leadership development of camp professionals, and collaborations within the larger Jewish communal field that support Jewish camp. Reporting to the VP of Program and Strategy, the Senior Program Manager will help conceptualize, develop and manage programs based on input from the camp community, the FJC Board of Directors and program funders. It is essential that the Senior Program Manager be able to build trusting, open relationships with a range of stakeholders and constituents while maintaining accountability to program guidelines.

    General Responsibilities: Supervision of Assistant Program Manager, including regular check-ins, guidance, and management of workload. Work with VP of Program and Strategy to develop and manage new and existing grant-funded programs including: conceptual development of programs, defining staff requirements for programs, creating program budgets, developing measurement tools for program evaluation, writing program proposals, communication with funders. Manage all aspects of related projects including program, resource, budgeting and leadership development. Work with other members of the Programs team to identify and contract staff for different programs; Supervise staff as required. Maintain strong relationships with camps, funders and contractors, including: Consultation with camps on current projects or future proposal ideas, Responsiveness to the needs and concerns of camps and other stakeholders, Support in career transitions and job opportunities in the field. Report on program(s) performance evaluation to VP of Program and Strategy and funders. Manage program application, review and selection processes. Visit camps to evaluate their accountability to their objectives of various FJC programs. Articulate the mission of the FJC and FJC programs in a variety of settings. Interact with professionals and lay leadership in a variety of settings. Other responsibilities as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Proven skills in program management (5 years) or a related field. Prior exposure to budgeting and financial management of programs. Strong skills in task prioritization, planning, scheduling and conflict resolution skills. Keen ability to organize and manage teams for successful program execution. Demonstrated experience in adhering to timelines and tracking program schedules and budgets. Previous experience working with lay leadership. Ability to supervise individuals and support their professional growth. Master's degree in social work or business administration, training and development, non-profit management, and/or Jewish communal service. Willingness to travel approximately 25% of the time.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Please send resume along with cover letter stating salary requirements to hr@jewishcamp.org. No phone calls, please. Due to the volume of applicants, only qualified candidates will be contacted.



    DATE POSTED: October 14, 2014

    POSITION: Clinical Coordinator - NYC

    DETAILS: We are currently seeking a Clinical Coordinator to join our growing team for a permanent housing program for people living with HIV/ AIDS. Provide clinical and administrative supervision to members of the Clinical team. Conduct regular supervision (individual and group) with the members of the Clinical team and maintain an accurate record of each supervisory meeting. Review applications from the HIV/AIDS Service Administration (HASA) and set up interviews for prospective residents of "A Better Place."  Facilitate admission meetings with the Clinical team to discuss prospective move-ins.  Provide statistics for HASA's Monthly Report. Conduct regular chart audits to assure compliance with the standards of The Doe Fund, HASA, and HPD. Co-facilitate team meetings and case conferences.  Maintain a directory of resources on HIV/AIDS services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health treatment. Collaborate with all departments as it relates to the residents; assist in coordinating care and referrals with community agencies and hospitals. Develop psychosocial assessments for each resident.  Assist with the development of quality assurance guidelines and procedures for the Clinical team.  Responsible for performance appraisals of Clinical staff.  Attend all administrative meetings in the absence of Program Director.  Serve as Chief Administrator in the absence of Program Director.  Other duties as assigned by the Program Director.

    QUALIFICATIONS: A Masters Degree in Social Work from an accredited college or university. LMSW or LMHC preferred. Minimum of three years of post Masters experience, 1-2 years of which should include supervisory experience. Ideal candidate must have working knowledge of HIV/AIDS, Substance Abuse, Mental Illness and homelessness. In addition, candidate should be comfortable working with a diverse group of individuals. Solid computer skills - Internet, Microsoft.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Apply Online at https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit2/?id=10800861&t=2



    DATE POSTED: October 13, 2014

    POSITION: Director - Baltimore, MD

    DETAILS: Our newly created position of Director, Community Pastoral Outreach is responsible for creating and maintaining an organizational framework and systems, which assure quality community-based religious support to improve the health and health access of the communities surrounding our facilities.  Develops and implements formal and informal cultural and educational opportunities for community clergy to connect with their congregants around health care disparities. Works cooperatively with hospital care management departments and population health community clergy to ensure that the community is connected to available health care support services.  Develops and maintains department's fiscal budget; plans, revises scope and emphasis of, and ensures implementation of community pastoral outreach. Sinai Hospital offers a competitive salary and benefits package, including free parking and a 403 (b) retirement plan with employer match.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Master's Degree, and Graduate of a recognized Rabbinical training seminary.  Public health experience a plus; 7+ years of experience; Jewish Chaplain Certification (NAJC) or APC is required.  Experience with Microsoft Office Suite and computer skills required.  Medical terminology is helpful. Demonstrates the ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing; Demonstrates the ability to represent and negotiate on the organization's behalf.  Position requires travel within the area to conduct community visits to houses of worship and congregants' homes.  Must have flexible schedule.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Apply Online: http://www.click2apply.net/ch8yfvs

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