Job Listings

Below is a list of employment opportunities compiled as part of WHEDco’s mission to support the Highbridge-Concourse Community.

BronxWorks – Program Assistant- PS 42 (Job Site)

BronxWorks is hiring (1) Activity Specialist for the Mother Cabrini Prorgam.

BronxWorks is seeking a full-time Activity Specialist to prepare for and implement nutrition education sessions including nutrition class series, one-time workshops, guided grocery store tours, and farmer’s market food demonstrations. Coordinate and schedule program activities with site coordinators and conduct program outreach nutrition education workshop sessions to ensure participation is achieved. Some college or Associates degree and minimum of four years program experience, or Bachelors degree and two years of program experience. Bilingual English/Spanish speaker is a plus.

RESPONSIBILITIES

• Prepare for and implement nutrition education sessions including nutrition class series, one-time workshops, guided grocery store tours, and farmer’s market food operations and demonstrations.
• Coordinate and schedule program activities with site coordinators
• Conduct program outreach nutrition education workshop sessions to ensure participation is achieved
• Ensure food safety standards and integrity of the program
• Participate in trainings and meetings with other program staff
• Support program evaluation efforts, track progress, maintain detailed documentation of program activities, and enter data into database
• Perform other duties as needed also

About  BronxWorks

BronxWorks helps individuals and families improve their economic and social well-being. From toddlers to seniors, we feed, shelter,teach, and support our neighbors to build a stronger community. In all aspects of our work, BronxWorks strives for the highest ethical and performance standards and is guided by the belief that people are to be treated with dignity and respect regardless of their present situation or past experiences.

Find out more on the BronxWorks website


BronxWorks – Program Director – 470 East 161 St

Bronxworks helps individuals and families improve their economic and social well-being. From toddlers to seniors, we feed, shelter, teach, and support our neighbors to build a stronger community. In all aspects of our work, we strive for the highest ethical and performance standards and is guided by the belief that people are to be treated with dignity and respect regardless of their present situation or past experiences.

The Pyramid Safe Haven has an opening for a Program Director. The position requires an LMSW and 2 years of

post-masters supervisory experience. The Program Director will be responsible for the day to day operations

of the Living Room drop-in and safe haven facility including the oversight and supervision of program and

supervisory staff. The position will require being on-call and for conducting 9.58 removals

BronxWorks is hiring (1) Program Director for the Pyramid Program.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Oversee all program components, including staff orientation, training and development; client assessment, service plan development and progress; relationships with other community based organizations; and components specific to the program.
  • Supervise three or more contracts or over 20 employees in program
  • Recruit, train and supervise assistant directors, coordinators, and direct service staff.
  • Administer personnel policies and procedures.
  • Develop regular communication with contract managers for programs supervised; act as liaison with funding source.
  • Ensure all programs meet contractual goals and reporting requirements.
  • Monitor program progress and submit all required reports to funding sources, including government and private sources.
  • Submit internal progress reports to Department Director and/or Executive Director on a monthly basis, or more frequently as required.
  • Plan and develop budgets, and work with fiscal staff to ensure that collection of payment from funding source(s) is current.
  • Monitor fiscal expenses and analyze fiscal reports on a monthly basis.
  • Prepare proposals for the development, expansion and continuation of programs in coordination with Department Director.
  • Hold monthly individual supervision meetings with staff and group meetings as necessary.
  • Act as link between the administrative office, fiscal department and program staff.
  • Monitor staff performance, including performing case reviews and structured observations.
  • Participate in, and encourage staff to become involved in, agency events.
  • Act as liaison with the community including the area community district.
  • Perform additional duties as assigned by manager.

QUALIFICATIONS

· Masters Degree in Social Work or another related field of study.

· A minimum of two years of experience in a related field.

  • Strong oral and written communication, time management and organizational skills are necessary.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite and other standard business technology is required.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Ability to use a computer for prolonged periods.
  • Ability to occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.
  • Ability to stand, walk, or sit for long periods of time.
  • Ability to climb five flights of stairs, if required to conduct home visits and/or fieldwork.
  • Ability to bend and retrieve objects and/or documents.
  • Ability to travel in the boroughs of New York City and its adjacent counties via public transportation.
  • Ability to travel for a minimum of 1 mile within a reasonable amount of time and in all types of weather, including inclement weather, if required to conduct home visits and/or field work.

BronxWorks offers a variety of benefits to full-time salaried employees as well as part-time salaried employees who work at least 20 hours per week year-round. Generous paid time off for personal, vacation, parental, and medical leave and a pension plan that is 100% employer paid.

We support all aspects of diversity, and in accordance with federal, state and local laws, does not discriminate unlawfully against employees and applicants for employment on the basis of age, color, creed, disability, marital status, military status, national origin (including ancestry), predisposing genetic characteristics, race, sex, gender, actual or perceived sexual orientation (including actual or perceived heterosexuality, homosexuality, bisexuality and asexuality), status as a victim of domestic violence, or any other characteristic protected by law.

About  BronxWorks

BronxWorks helps individuals and families improve their economic and social well – being. From toddlers to seniors, we feed, shelter, teach and, support our neighbors to build a stronger community. In all aspects of our work, BronxWorks strives for the highest ethical and performance standards and is guided by the belief that people are to be treated with dignity and respect regardless of their present situation or past experiences.

Find out more on the BronxWorks website


BronxWorks- Social Services Organization

BronxWorks helps individuals and families improve their economic and social well – being. From toddlers to seniors, we feed, shelter, teach and, support our neighbors to build a stronger community. In all aspects of our work, BronxWorks strives for the highest ethical and performance standards and is guided by the belief that people are to be treated with dignity and respect regardless of their present situation or past experiences.

 

Openings:

Program Director – 151 East Tremont Ave Apply Here

Activity Specialist – 1130 Grand Concourse Apply Here

Shift Supervisor – 190 Willow Av, Bronx Apply Here

 

 

City University of New York- City Government

CUNY is known for its commitment to providing first-rate academic opportunities for students of all backgrounds to achieve personal and professional success. An exceptional faculty of prominent experts, dedicated teachers, and researchers provides opportunities for post-secondary learning at every level and field of interest.

 

OPENINGS

Assistant/ Associate/ Full Professor – Program Nursing (Bronx Community College) Apply Here
Assistant Professor – Mathematics (Hostos Community College) Apply Here

Custodial Assistant (Lehman College) Apply Here

Delivery Associates – Bikers

Hiring immediately – increased demand because of increased delivery requests

Interviews will be done via FaceTime ~ Offers may be immediate ~ on-boarding is done digitally

SCHEDULES FOR WORK PROVIDED WITHIN HOURS OF HIRING

ALL applicants must submit a cover letter stating why YOU would make a great delivery person for our team!

We are a delivery and logistics company who works with the largest online distributor delivering groceries and other critical items to the community.

The following minimum requirements may be revised at any time and additional duties not listed here may be assigned as needed.

  • Responsible for ensuring packages are delivered on-time and safely via an electronic assisted bike with trailer
  • Identify packages assigned, properly scan items and know all delivery windows and deadlines
  • Ensure any special instructions and/or requests from customers are followed
  • Interface with customers and clients while representing the company in a consistently professional manner
  • Ensure all packages are tracked and deliveries are communicated to
  • Dispatchers in real time
  • Must be physically able to perform efficiently the duties of the position (bike for extended periods of time throughout NYC, including up and down hills maneuvering through traffic, deliver orders up to 50lbs. in weight to the appropriate destination within a scheduled time which may include walking up or down several flights of stairs)
  • 21 years of age or older

Required Skills:

  • ability to communicate clearly and effectively,
  • ability to read delivery documents, customer order information, directions, etc. in English
  • demonstrate strong commitment to customer service
    ability to work a flexible shift (including early mornings, late evenings and/or weekends)
  • ability to lift and carry up to 50lbs in weight to various destinations (including up and/or down several flights of stairs)
  • flexibility to adjust hours to meet operating needs

Applicants must have 3 years of courier and/or biking delivery related experience.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

About  the Employer

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How to Apply

Apply online

Foot Locker- Cashier

Overview

In this role, you have the opportunity to create a great lasting impression for the Customer by providing exceptional service at the cash wrap. As a key member of the team, in addition to completing customer transactions, you’ll help find solutions to Customer’s needs and suggest additional products to complement their purchases.

Our global house-of-brands inspires and empowers youth culture. Relentlessly committed to fuel a shared passion for self-expression, we create unrivaled experiences at the heart of the sport and sneaker communities through the power of our people. If you want to be a part of something bigger than you can imagine, you’ve come to the right place. To learn more about the incredible impact we’re making on both our local and global communities,  Click Here!

Responsibilities

  • Providing an engaging, convenient and accurate check out for the customer
  • Delivering sales, outstanding customer experience, and operational expectations
  • Partners with store leadership to resolve customers concerns in a courteous and helpful manner
  • Maintaining personal and productivity goals
  • Connects with every customer by asking open-ended questions to assess needs
  • Manages customers payments
  • Ability to learn and share expertise of products and trends to fit customer’s needs
  • Maintains an awareness of all product knowledge, and current or upcoming product / trends
  • Contributes to a positive and inclusive work environment

Qualifications

  • 0-3 months of retail experience
  • Confident and comfortable engaging customers to deliver an elevated experience
  • Exude a friendly and positive demeanor at all times
  • Motivated to achieve great results because of one’s enthusiasm from interacting with customers and athletic products
  • Initiates completion of tasks or activities without necessary supervision
  • Flexible availability – including nights, weekends

How to Apply

Apply online

Fund for Public Health NYC

The Fund for Public Health in New York City (FPHNYC) was created in 2002 as an independent nonprofit organization. We work closely with the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to pilot, implement, and expand innovative public health programs, many of which are taken to scale city-wide for lasting impact on individual and community health. Our mission is to incubate innovative public health initiatives that lead to improved health for all New Yorkers.

Openings

Community Health Worker HHAP (New York, NY, US) Apply Here

Community Health Worker Supervisor (Harlem, NY) Apply Here

BVS Burial Desk Assistant (Worth Street, NY) Apply Here

Laboratory Director (New York, NY) Apply Here

Game Stop- Retail Staff

PLEASE NOTE:  Your application will be considered for all positions within this store. Some positions may not be available in all locations.

Assistant Store Manager – will support the Store Manager in all facets of store operations including ensuring that the store staff provides friendly, open and enthusiastic customer service, in person and on the phone. This includes answering questions and assisting with product selection, purchases, and returns. Ensure that the store is clean, well-organized, and properly merchandised at all times, and that all policies, procedures, and controls are followed. Supervise up to 5 or more Game Advisors by planning, organizing, and delegating work.

Senior Game Advisor (Shift Leader) – will assist the store management team in supervising all store activities as well as providing friendly, open and enthusiastic service to customers, in person and on the phone, including answering questions and assisting with product selection, purchase, or return. Assist with store merchandising, inventory control, loss prevention, restocking, store cleaning and maintenance.

Game Advisor (Sales Associate) – provide outstanding customer service experience using elements of GameStop’s buy, sell, trade, and reservation business model, The Circle of Life. Working under direct supervision, this position ensures customers are greeted on the sales floor, informed of trade, reservation and loyalty program benefits and thanked. Game Advisors also share product knowledge with customers, ensures products are easy to see and buy, processes customer transactions, and provides a clean, organized store environment in which to shop. The principal business outcome for this role is higher levels of overall store performance and customer satisfaction.

How to Apply

Apply online

Qualified Assistant Store Manager candidates will possess the following:
High School diploma or GED required, some college preferred.
Must be at least 18 years old.
2 yrs. in retail sales, customer service, and /or management experience preferred.
Video game knowledge preferred.

Qualified Senior Game Advisor (Shift Leader) candidates will possess the following:
High School diploma or GED.
Must be at least 18 years old.
Retail sales and /or management experience preferred.
Video game knowledge preferred.

Qualified Game Advisor (Sales Associate) candidates will possess the following:
High School diploma.
Must be at least 18 years old.
Retail experience preferred.
Video game knowledge preferred.

Grow NYC

GrowNYC is a 50-year-old environmental nonprofit organization – helping more than 3 million New Yorkers by providing essential services and taking action to make NYC a livable city, one where every person can enjoy a healthier, more sustainable life. In particular, our network of Greenmarkets, Farmstands, Fresh Food Box sites, and GrowNYC Wholesale ensures that all New Yorkers have access to the freshest, healthiest local food. Our mission is to improve New York City’s quality of life through environmental programs that transform communities block by block and empower all New Yorkers to secure a clean and healthy environment for future generations.

 

Openings

Wholesale Delivery Driver (Warehouse)Apply Here

Warehouse Staff (Hunts Point, South Bronx) Apply Here

Seasonal Market Manager (Multiple locations city-wide) Apply Here

Seasonal Farmstand Site Manager (Multiple locations city-wide) Apply Here

Guest Advocate (Cashier or Front of Store Attendant)

As a Guest Advocate, no two days are ever the same, but a typical day will most likely include the following responsibilities:

  • Create a welcoming experience by authentically greeting, every guest every time.
  • Make a connection with guests by engaging in friendly and genuine conversation throughout each transaction; asking open ended questions about the guest’s shopping experience and using those questions to assess, understand, and determine how to tailor your approach.
  • Welcome guests into self-checkout and provide assistance as needed.
  • Scan and bag all guest items efficiently, neatly, and in compliance with food safety standards and company best practices.
  • Work efficiently to minimize guest wait time while maintaining guest service and accuracy.
  • Make the guest aware of current and upcoming brand launches, store activities, and events.
  • Speak to the benefits of the REDcard with every guest and assist them through the application process.

To apply, click here

MMCC – Assistant Program Director

The Mosholu Montefiore Community Center (MMCC) is the largest not-for-profit provider of quality education, employment, and health and recreation programs in the impoverished neighborhoods of the North Bronx, serving the needs of more than 28,000 residents each year. Since our founding as a neighborhood community center in 1942, MMCC has served the needs of thousands of neighbors from all cultural backgrounds, religions, races, ethnicities, sexual orientations and special needs.

The mission of MMCC is to improve the lives of Bronx and Manhattan residents with our dedication to humanitarian efforts; reaching out to a rich tapestry of cultures, building gateways to success through quality service and programs, building confidence, sustainability and working toward self-sufficiency for the individuals we serve.

Job Description

  • The Assistant Program Director position will assist the Program Director with hiring, providing support and direct supervision of staff members
  • Typical program hours/work schedule is from Monday to Friday 1pm-10pm and alternating Saturdays from 9am-5pm
  • The Assistant Program Director will assist Program Director in preparing and submitting all required reports and documentation in an accurate and timely manner

Responsibilities

General:

  • Oversee and conduct Youth Council meetings and sit with 2 members on Youth Advisory
  • Ongoing engagement with all community
  • Plan the delivery of the overall program and its activities in accordance with the mission and the goals of the Agency
  • Develop new initiatives to support the strategic direction of the Agency
  • Develop and implement long-term goals and objectives to achieve the successful outcome of the Program
  • Build upon the Program evaluation framework to assess the strengths of the program and to identify areas for improvement
  • Must be able to engage in crisis-intervention activities and demonstrate, lead, and teach a range of group activities
  • Serve as the Program marketer and partner to the community, neighboring communities, schools, and other local agencies
  • Ensure that Program activities operate within the policies and procedures of the Agency
  • Ensure that Program activities comply with all relevant legislation and professional standards
  • Be a solid team player with demonstrated ability to work with flexibility and efficiency in a fast-paced environment
  • Know how to develop lesson plans and ensure that staff is creating and implementing lesson plans
  • Train and support staff, endure that they are following MMCC Policies
  • Payroll- timesheets are filled out correctly and Hire packets are completed correctly for the director to sign off and submit
  • Responsible for Monthly Reporting (MMCC, NYCHA & DYCD)
  • DYCD online, knowledge and know how to navigate the system by inputting, taking attendance and running reports
  • Self-starter who is detail-oriented, well-organized and enjoys working in a collaborative environment
  • Ability to work sensitively with diverse people and communities.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, sound judgment and discretion
  • High standards, integrity and well organized
  • Good computer, verbal and written communication skills
  • Provide assistance and support as needed
  • Perform any additional duties asked of you by your supervisor

Qualifications

  • The ideal candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree in related profession
  • The ideal candidate must have excellent management, administrative and communication skills
  • Knowledge of DYCD and DOH is mandatory. NYCHA knowledge is a plus

Additional Qualifications

  • Minimum of 2 years Supervisory experience within the field
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills and computer literacy
  • Enthusiasm, creativity and initiative
  • Ability to work in fast paced environment

Competitive salaries. Health insurance, retirement plans, credit union, vacation, and holidays.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. DRUG FREE WORKPLACE.

About  Mosholu Montefiore Community Center (MMCC)

MMCC is a vital community resource that changes the course of lives of Bronx and Manhattan residents to a degree not otherwise possible. Each year, we serve more than 35,000 preschoolers, school age children, teens, adults and senior citizens through our support, enrichment, education and recreation programs, expanding their opportunities to live full, productive lives.

Find out more on the Mosholu Montefiore Community Center (MMCC) website


MMCC – Development Associate

The mission of MMCC is to improve the lives of Bronx and Manhattan residents with our dedication to humanitarian efforts; reaching out to a rich tapestry of cultures, building gateways to success through quality service and programs, building confidence, sustainability and working toward self-sufficiency for the individuals we serve.

Mosholu Montefiore Community Center (MMCC) seeks an energetic, creative, and goal-oriented leader for the full time position of Development Associate to support the activities of a robust, cause-driven charitable organization, dedicated to strengthening the foundations of community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.

Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Director of Development, this position’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Assist in proactively identifying and researching prospective donors, analyzing and compiling information using a broad range of data sources and techniques.
  • Assist in the analysis of philanthropic and wealth screening data to identify and qualify potential funders.
  • Participate in prospect review and strategy sessions assisting in creative, long-term strategy development.
  • Effectively utilize and help manage the database and record keeping systems for information storage and retrieval ensuring data integrity and information flow.
  • Monitor industry, business, financial and other news relevant to principal and leadership prospects and share with colleagues as needed.
  • Assist in the Coordination of all agency special events
  • Liaison with Marketing Director
  • Donor relationships and correspondence

Qualifications:

The successful candidate should have:

  • One to two years progressive professional experience, preferably in a nonprofit setting
  • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree required
  • Must have superior written, oral communication, presentation, organizational, interpersonal and computer skills including experience with relational donor databases, preferred and familiarity with digital/social media communications of all kinds
  • Proven ability to manage multiple projects capably
  • Must work flexibly and positively with colleagues and volunteers
  • Must be able to lift 25 pounds
  • Computer Skills should include proficiency is MS Office (Excel) and Word Press

Competitive salaries. Health insurance, retirement plans, credit union, vacation, and holidays.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. DRUG FREE WORKPLACE.

About  Mosholu Montefiore Community Center (MMCC)

MMCC is a vital community resource that changes the course of lives of Bronx and Manhattan residents to a degree not otherwise possible. Each year, we serve more than 35,000 preschoolers, school age children, teens, adults and senior citizens through our support, enrichment, education and recreation programs, expanding their opportunities to live full, productive lives.

Find out more on the Mosholu Montefiore Community Center (MMCC) website


MMCC – Group Leader

Mosholu Montefiore Community Center (MMCC), is one of the largest human service providers in the North Bronx. The mission of MMCC is to improve the lives of the Bronx and Manhattan residents with our dedication to humanitarian efforts. Join our mission as we continue to build communities one life at a time.

Responsibilities:

  • Plan, implement and document successful educational, recreation, youth leadership, community service and arts activities with school-aged children.
  • Adhere to policies and procedures in a pro-active manner, making the safety and care of children your primary focus.
  • Build a positive relationship with each after-school participant in your care, and foster positive connections between participants. Actively engage with children at all times with the goal of fostering the positive development of each child and the group.
  • Conduct yourself as a professional and representative of the agency with school staff, parents, children and anyone else with whom you come into contact in your role.
  • Effectively manage assigned group. Maintain and enforce progressive discipline policy.
  • Create a cohesive and effective staff team.
  • Actively participate in all aspects of staff or member development, including weekly supervision, weekly team meetings, pre-service training, and an additional at least 15 hours of training during the school year.
  • Other assignments, as requested.

Qualifications:

  • At least 1 year of College, preferably in Education, Social Work or related field.
  • 1-year experience working with children in a child care or education setting
  • Bilingual (Spanish/English) a plus
  • Availability- Monday through Friday 3:00pm to 6:00pm. Occasional evenings and weekends.

About  Mosholu Montefiore Community Center (MMCC)

MMCC is a vital community resource that changes the course of lives of Bronx and Manhattan residents to a degree not otherwise possible. Each year, we serve more than 35,000 preschoolers, school age children, teens, adults and senior citizens through our support, enrichment, education and recreation programs, expanding their opportunities to live full, productive lives.

Find out more on the Mosholu Montefiore Community Center (MMCC) website


Mosholu Montefiore Community Center (MMCC)

MMCC is a vital community resource that changes the course of lives of Bronx and Manhattan residents to a degree not otherwise possible. Each year, we serve more than 35,000 preschoolers, school age children, teens, adults and senior citizens through our support, enrichment, education and recreation programs, expanding their opportunities to live full, productive lives.

 

OPENINGS

Assistant Program Director Apply Here

Instructor/Activity Specialist Apply Here
Group Leader Apply Here

 

NCS – Case Manager, Louis Nine House

ABOUT THE PROGRAM:  Louis Nine House (LNH), located in the Bronx, has 46 studio apartments for young adults (aged 18-25) who are homeless or have aged out of foster care. Many of our tenants have experienced multiple foster care placements, emotional trauma, neglect and/or abuse, and many also struggle with mental illness and substance use. We provide affordable housing and an integrated continuum of support services designed to help young adults achieve stability, maintain sobriety, and work toward the self-sufficiency needed to obtain and sustain permanent housing and independence. Through case management; onsite psychiatric services; and our vocational and educational program, residents are supported to advance their personal development, pursue their education, identify career interests, acquire vocational skills, and secure employment.

REPORTS TO: Senior Case Manager, LNH

BASIC FUNCTION: The Case Manager at the Louis Nine House provides outreach and counseling to the residents at the Louis Nine House supportive housing facility.  This individual is part of the agency’s multi-disciplinary to approach to service provision.

 RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Conduct a comprehensive In-Take assessment for all new residents and review the agency’s policies and procedures with them.

  • Develop treatment plan for all new tenants within 30 days of their arrival.

  • Maintain concise, accurate, and confidential Client Files.

  • Monitor residents’ medication in-take and observe their behavior.

  • Provide tenants with necessary referrals.

  • Coordinate and run special events and parties for the tenants, as required.

  • Maintain a daily log of client activities.

  • Participate in case conferences, staff meetings and training sessions and represent the agency at assigned meetings and conferences.

  • Provide monthly statistical reports on time and accurately.

  • Work cooperatively with staff at all levels to ensure quality service provision and the development and improvement of team performance.

  • Other duties as assigned.

 QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Conduct a comprehensive In-Take assessment for all new residents and review the agency’s policies and procedures with them.

  • Develop treatment plan for all new tenants within 30 days of their arrival.

  • Maintain concise, accurate, and confidential Client Files.

  • Monitor resident’s medication in-take and observe their behavior.

  • Provide tenants with necessary referrals.

  • Coordinate and run special events and parties for the tenants, as required.

  • Maintain a daily log of client activities.

  • Participate in case conferences, staff meetings and training sessions and represent the agency at assigned meetings and conferences.

  • Provide monthly statistical reports on time and accurately.

  • Work cooperatively with staff at all levels to ensure quality service provision and the development and improvement of team performance.

About  Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter

NCS serves New Yorkers who are struggling with homelessness, often compounded by mental illness or substance use. Established in 1982 by faith and community leaders on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, NCS was founded on the premise that homelessness is the responsibility of the entire community. Today, NCS offers an array of housing and comprehensive services, including counseling, substance abuse treatment, vocational and educational programs, and employment support. NCS also provides education to the community to enhance public awareness and understanding and

participates in coalitions working with government agencies and policymakers to address homelessness. With its partners in the community, NCS’s dedicated board, staff and volunteers powerfully demonstrate what neighbors can do to reduce, prevent and ultimately end homelessness.

Find out more on the Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter website


How to Apply

Apply online

Submit a cover letter including salary requirements and a resume to search@ncsinc.org

NCS – Program Aide, Louis Nine House

ABOUT THE PROGRAM: Louis Nine House (LNH), located in the Bronx, has 46 studio apartments for young adults (aged 18-25) who are homeless or have aged out of foster care. Many of our tenants have experienced multiple foster care placements, emotional trauma, neglect and/or abuse, and many also struggle with mental illness and substance use. We provide affordable housing and an integrated continuum of support services designed to help young adults achieve stability, maintain sobriety, and work toward the self-sufficiency needed to obtain and sustain permanent housing and independence. Through case management; onsite psychiatric services; and our vocational and educational program, residents are supported to advance their personal development, pursue their education, identify career interests, acquire vocational skills, and secure employment.

REPORTS TO: Program Director, LNH

BASIC FUNCTION: Program Aides are responsible for maintaining the safety and security of the Louis Nine House residents and facility. They are expected to maintain a professional demeanor at all times in their interactions with the residents.

 RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Ensure the security of the facility, resident property and agency property.

  • Screen all visitors at the front door before entering and ensure they sign visitor log.

  • Monitor security cameras.

  • Make rounds of the entire facility regularly throughout shift.

  • Read the visitors log and staff log before starting shift.

  • Monitor resident guests, ensuring that guests leave on time and overnight guests have required passes.

  • Conduct fire and safety inspections throughout the shift.

  • Document activity during shift in staff log.

  • Monitor compliance with Louis Nine House policies.

  • Maintain current knowledge of Louis Nine House emergency procedures.

  • Document information for placement in resident’s files.

  • Complete Security Checklist during each shift.

  • Work cooperatively with staff at all levels to ensure quality service provision.

  • Other duties as assigned.

 QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Requires at least a high school diploma (or equivalent); Associates or Bachelor’s degree preferred.

  • Prior experience in social service environment, particularly working with a young adult population, homeless/formerly homeless, mentally ill and/or chemically addicted individuals

  • Strong time management skills.

  • Extensive knowledge of Windows, Microsoft Word, Access and Excel required.

  • Strong English language written and verbal communication skills; Bilingual in Spanish is a plus.

About  Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter

NCS serves New Yorkers who are struggling with homelessness, often compounded by mental illness or substance use. Established in 1982 by faith and community leaders on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, NCS was founded on the premise that homelessness is the responsibility of the entire community. Today, NCS offers an array of housing and comprehensive services, including counseling, substance abuse treatment, vocational and educational programs, and employment support. NCS also provides education to the community to enhance public awareness and understanding and participates in coalitions working with government agencies and policymakers to address homelessness. With its partners in the community, NCS’s dedicated board, staff and volunteers powerfully demonstrate what neighbors can do to reduce, prevent and ultimately end homelessness.

Find out more on the Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter website


How to Apply

Apply online

Submit a cover letter including salary requirements and a resume to search@ncsinc.org

NCS is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered regardless of race, creed, color, religion, citizenship or national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, disability or handicap, sex, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation or any other protected status.

NSA – Group Leader

DESCRIPTION OF THE CREATIVE LEADERS AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM:

Is a youth-centered, school-based program providing leadership, arts, STEM and healthy living activities to middle school students at CMSP 327, a 6th-12th grade school located in the Bronx. In addition, we offer an array of clubs and free choice activities aimed at providing students with social, emotional and cognitive growth.

CLASP collaborates with school teachers and administration to deliver teacher-led tutoring and homework help groups. The program is funded by the Department of Youth and Community Development as a SONYC program (School’s Out NYC).

 POSITION DESCRIPTION:

During the school year the part-time Group Leader works a minimum of 18 hours a week, Mon-Fri 2:30-6pm and is responsible for:

  • Implement youth-centered activities including Girls and Boys clubs and assists with the implementation of activities led by professional facilitators, consultants and program partners
  • Supervise the safety and engagement of program participants
  • Serve as a positive role model to the school population and uphold professionalism at all times; build positive relationships with participants, program staff and school staff. Enforces progressive behavior policies while building-up our youth
  • Guides students through daily routines and establish order during school dismissal, program transitions, meal time and after-school dismissal
  • Actively participate in activities alongside participants in order to encourage persistence and risk-taking
  • Upkeep program spaces, classrooms used and maintain order in program closet and designated materials area
  • Complete all necessary documentation daily and as required: attendance, sign out sheets, session logs, cafeteria rosters and classroom check-lists
  • lesson plan for engaging activities that support the growth of the whole child
  •  Chaperones field trips during and out of regular work hours including some evenings and weekends. Help staff special program celebrations and weekend events

 QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 1+ years of experience working with activity-based, educational lesson plans
  • 1+ years of experience working with middle school aged children in a school or community based setting (baby sitting or having young relatives in the family does not fully fulfill this qualification)
  • The position requires a creative, energetic person who is eager to be a part of a team and is genuinely interested in working with youth
  • Must get fingerprinted by the Department of Education, Department of Health and background check upon position offer
  • Must be able to attend professional development sessions through- out the school year as mandated by the program funder, DYCD

Graduate or undergraduate students preferred. Bilingual Spanish/English and experience working in a school setting is a plus.

COMPENSATION $17/ hour

About  New Settlement Apartments

 

New Settlement Apartments is a not-for-profit housing & community service organization, located in the southwest Bronx, with a 30-year track record of active commitment to neighborhood revitalization and community development including working toward excellence in community public schools. An integral part of the progressive housing philosophy embraced by New Settlement is that “housing is not just bricks and mortar.” Our mission is not only to rebuild and maintain a sizeable portion of the housing stock in this neighborhood, but also to support the rebuilding of its social capital. New Settlement currently provides year-round educational, cultural and recreational programs and social services to 13,500 youth and adults who lives in the surrounding area.

Find out more on the New Settlement Apartments website


How to Apply

Apply online

Please send cover letter and résumé to the Creative Leaders Program Director, New Settlement Apartments. Email CJ.Hernandez@newsettlement.org .  Subject: “Group Leader”

Mail address: 1512 Townsend Avenue, Bronx, NY 10452. Fax: 718-294-4085.   EEO/AA

NSA – Housing and Community Organization

Community Action for Safe Apartments (CASA), New Settlement’s Housing Organizing initiative, has been working since 2005 to build tenant power through community organizing to not only address prevailing threats to tenants’ rights and existing affordable housing stock, but to expand access to safe and affordable housing. CASA works primarily in Community Board 4 (CB4), or the Highbridge/Concourse section of the southwest Bronx, but our campaigns often pursue city- and state-wide impact and thus work with vibrant and diverse coalitions.

We conduct strategic outreach and organize tenant associations, provide monthly housing workshops and legal clinics, hold monthly membership meetings and both lead and participate in city and state-wide policy campaigns. Our campaigns focus on the reform of Housing Court and the implementation of the historic Right to Counsel legislation, building city-wide support for a rent freeze for all rent-stabilized units, a state-level campaign targeting DHCR for the administrative reform of the MCI system, and leading a campaign for the participatory rezoning of the Southwest Bronx. All of our campaigns are member-envisioned, member-led and member-implemented.

The Bronx Defenders awarded CASA the Partner in the Pursuit of Justice Award in 2017. In 2015 we were awarded the Standing Up for Justice Award by the MinKwon Center for Common Action and the Ally Organization Award by CAAAV, Organizing Asian Communities. In n 2016, the Rent Justice Coalition recognized CASA for our “leadership to fight for a rent freeze.” In September 2014, we were awarded the Activist Award by the Urban Justice Center for our “long-standing dedication to building the power of Bronx tenants and fiercely advocating for affordable housing” and in March of 2013 we received an Excellence in Neighborhood Organizing Award from the Association of Neighborhood and Housing Development, for our tenant organizing work. For more information, go to: www.casapower.org

We are looking for an experienced, bold, passionate, hard-working, and dedicated person who is looking for an opportunity to grow their organizing skills and capacity and help move our cutting edge and exciting work forward.

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Guided by the Director and in coordination with other organizers and interns, the C.O. will work to strengthen CASA’s broad base of members, who are committed to housing justice, understand what it takes to build a movement and are prepared to take bold action to transform the quality and affordability of housing in the Southwest Bronx.

Duties will include but are not limited to:

• Building a Strong Base of Members through:
o Conducting outreach to educate neighborhood residents and groups about the rezoning process, community development plans, gentrification and anti-displacement strategies.

o Organizing Tenants’ Associations: We organize so that landlord harassment stops, repairs are done, people can stay in their homes, communities are stabilized, and ultimately so that people know and claim their own power. Our model is to develop steering committees that work collectively based on people’s skills, interests and time. We teach leaders how to facilitate meetings, make flyers, write letters, run press conferences, pressure the banks, meet with their landlords and lobby resources like HPD. Our goal is to develop tenants’ associations that can ultimately operate independently of our support while bringing members of tenants association into our organization and developing them as leaders to lead our campaigns.

o Conducting Effective Outreach and Base Building Work: Using various and creative methods to recruit new members, keeping accurate records, assessing potential members, and effectively meeting goals to turnout members to key actions and events.

• Leadership Development: The organizer will constantly work to develop the skills, capacity and analysis of our members through informal and formal leadership development work. The organizer will work to encourage participation and a sense of ownership among members.

• Actively Participate in and Develop our Organizational Capacity: This includes participating in and prepping members to facilitate our monthly CASA Membership Meetings, providing monthly narratives and statistical reports on work accomplished, creating and facilitating regular workshops specific to housing rights, laws and processes, seeking out training and learning opportunities, actively participating in staff retreats, keeping up with database and reporting requirements and thinking through ways to develop CASA into the organization it can and should be.

DESIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS: This can be either an entry level or a mid-level position. Responsibilities will depend on the C.O.’s experience. Tenant organizing experience is a plus. We are looking for someone with a strong track record of a commitment to social justice; demonstrated commitment to leadership development, community building, and community organizing as strategies for social change; ability to communicate, listen and motivate people to action from diverse backgrounds; strong experience in facilitation, training and leadership development; excellent writing and public speaking skills; computer literate; ability to work nights and weekends as necessary. English/Spanish bilingual skills required.

SALARY AND BENEFITS OFFERED: Salary range $42,900-$45,000 and will be commensurate with organizing experience. Comprehensive benefits package, including 401(k). Great opportunities for learning, growth and development.

About  New Settlement Apartments

New Settlement Apartments is a not-for-profit housing & community service organization, located in the southwest Bronx, with a 30-year track record of active commitment to neighborhood revitalization and community development including working toward excellence in community public schools. An integral part of the progressive housing philosophy embraced by New Settlement is that “housing is not just bricks and mortar.” Our mission is not only to rebuild and maintain a sizeable portion of the housing stock in this neighborhood, but also to support the rebuilding of its social capital. New Settlement currently provides year-round educational, cultural and recreational programs and social services to 13,500 youth and adults who lives in the surrounding area.

Find out more on the New Settlement Apartments website


How to Apply

Apply online

Send cover letter, résumé and list of three professional references to housingorgsearch@newsettlement.org or by mail to Housing Organizer Search, New Settlement Apartments, 1512 Townsend Ave, Bronx NY 10452. No faxes or phone calls, please. EEO/AA

NSA – Youth and Farm Stand Coordinator

Community Food Action’s vision is an alternative food system, by and for communities, that nourishes the people and supports community development, climate protection efforts, and quality of life. We embed hands-on food education into local institutions, develop community leadership, and create opportunities to grow, purchase, eat and compost good food.

Schedule and Rate of Pay

Part-time Spring and Fall (14-21 hours/week) and Full-time Summer (35 hours/week)

The Coordinator is expected to start in May.

This paid position fluctuates according to work load and the season. The 170 Farm Stand coincides with the regional growing season (July – November). The Youth Leaders program operates at its peak during July and August and is periodic during the fall. Some evenings and weekends are required, including Farm Stand day (Wednesdays) until 7:30pm.

The pay rate for this position starts at $19/hour.

Position Outcomes

1. The 170 Farm Stand is safe for staff and customers, is set up according to high standards and regulations, and operates according to schedule. The Farm Stand meets goals on sales, number of customers, revenue, and outcomes.
2. 170 Farm Stand team is cultivated through meaningful work, learning, and leadership development. The Youth Leaders provide excellent customer service and create an inclusive, welcoming public space.
3. Ten emerging leaders are engaged in personal and social change through the avenue of food.
4. Activities are tracked and success is monitored to ensure that projected outputs and outcomes are achieved; adjust accordingly.
5. Community members and partners are engaged through outreach and communication so that they know our work and how to connect with it.
6. Carry out administrative tasks and procedures. Contribute to the ongoing development of the program and team.

Experience and Education:

• Experience working in or engaging with a low- or moderate-income, diverse, community-based setting required
• One to three years’ experience working with high school aged youth in formal settings required, preferably facilitating lesson plans and/or supervising employment
• Community engagement experience from, for example, facilitating workshops, surveying/canvassing individuals, community organizing, or street outreach, is preferred
• Undergraduate coursework or degree in relevant field a plus

Preferred Competencies include:

• Demonstrated expertise in positive youth development
• Bilingual English/Spanish speaker strongly preferred
• Strong interpersonal communication skills and ability to work well with a wide variety of individuals, including youth and seniors, especially in a public setting
• Committed to principals of racial, social, and economic justice
• Knowledge of or enthusiasm about food issues as related to healthy living and restoring food sovereignty to communities strongly preferred; personal experience facing the negative aspects of the food system
• Understanding, enthusiasm about, and ability to communicate the benefits of seasonal eating for personal health, environmental justice, and society
• Excellent attention to detail and organizational ability required
• Ability to multitask, prioritize, problem solve and be flexible
• Bronx or Upper Manhattan native or resident a plus
• Physical Requirements: The position requires working outdoors in all weather conditions, standing and walking for extended periods, and carrying heavy and bulky items
• Intermediate computer skills including Microsoft Office and web-based applications

About  New Settlement Apartments

New Settlement Apartments is a not-for-profit housing & community service organization, located in the southwest Bronx, with a 30-year track record of active commitment to neighborhood revitalization and community development including working toward excellence in community public schools. An integral part of the progressive housing philosophy embraced by New Settlement is that “housing is not just bricks and mortar.” Our mission is not only to rebuild and maintain a sizeable portion of the housing stock in this neighborhood, but also to support the rebuilding of its social capital. New Settlement currently provides year-round educational, cultural and recreational programs and social services to 13,500 youth and adults who live in the surrounding area.

Find out more on the New Settlement Apartments website


How to Apply

Apply online

Please send a PDF of your cover letter and resume to communityfoodaction@newsettlement.org with the subject line “Youth & Farm Stand Coordinator Application: Your Last Name”

NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

The Center for Health Equity & Community Wellness uses a racial and social justice approach to improve health outcomes for neglected NYC communities. Our mission is to reduce premature death from the leading preventable causes. Our vision is for every New Yorker to live in a thriving neighborhood with fair access to resources that support a healthy community.

Openings

Hospital Nursing Services Consultant (Central New York Regional Office) Apply Here
Nurse 2 (Variable Shifts) (NYS Veterans Home at Batavia) Apply Here
Public Health Inspector (125 Worth Street, NYC)  Apply Here

NYC TLC Food Delivery Driver

The City of New York is hiring licensed TLC drivers to deliver food to New Yorkers in need during the COVID-19 crisis.

All drivers who have completed food deliveries for the get food delivery service will be paid $15/hour, plus a $5/hour mileage reimbursement. No routes will involve tolls.

Drivers who register to participate in the NYC Food Delivery program must:

  • Be a Valid/Current TLC Driver Licensee
  • Be a Valid/Current DMV Driver Licensee
  • Be at least 18 years or older
  • Be driving a Valid/Current TLC-Licensed Vehicle if making deliveries with a vehicle
  • Be eligible to work in the United States
  • Have a valid Social Security number
  • Be able to perform heavy physical labor

For more information, visit: nyc.gov/deliverytlc

NYS Contact Tracing Initiative

The aim of this initiative will be to call every person diagnosed with COVID-19, establish all contacts of this person, and proceed to call and maintain ongoing communication with every contact. In addition, the team will support the isolation and quarantine of individuals, as appropriate in cooperation with the Local Health Department. This includes virtual needs checks and referral to community resources as needed. This contact tracing initiative is in tandem with statewide-wide efforts to increase testing, improve communication and knowledge of effective strategies to reduce transmission, and implementation of isolation and quarantine. This will fortify efforts to control the pandemic in NYS.

 

Openings

Contact Tracers (Multiple Positions) Apply Here

Community Support Specialists (Multiple Positions) Apply Here

Team Supervisors (Multiple Positions) Apply Here

Phipps Neighborhoods – Case Manager

The Case Manager will provide case management services to an assigned caseload of thirteen to sixteen clients at a transitional housing program. The Case Manager will help clients address a range of needs to facilitate their move to permanent housing.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Meet with new families within 48 hours of client’s entry to the facility.
  • Identify the client’s barrier, strengths and needs.
  • Meet with clients’ bi-weekly, weekly or as needed to develop and maintain accurate independent living plans and progress notes.
  • Responsible for assisting clients in establishing achievable goals.
  • Provide individual counseling and case management to clients.
  • Assist clients with maintaining an active public assistance case.
  • Provide life skills and assist client with self-sufficient skills.
  • Conduct unit inspection for all clients.
  • Interface with external Social Service Agencies.
  • Attend program and agency staff meetings, supervisory and in-service training sessions and external meetings throughout the community.
  • Maintain case records, complete and submit all required reports.
  • Prepare, maintain and submit all required monthly reports accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Work with staff to develop a housing permanency plan for the clients.
  • Performs other duties as required by Program Director and/or Program Supervisor

Qualifications:

  • Minimum required High School Diploma/GED, or Associates Degree.
  • A Bachelor’s Degree Preferred.
  • CARES experience required
  • Strong organizational, written and verbal skills are necessary.
  • Bilingual Spanish preferred
  • Computer Literate.

About  Phipps Neighborhoods

Phipps Neighborhoods helps children, youth, and families in low- income communities rise above poverty. We work in South Bronx neighborhoods where we can address the greatest barriers to lasting success through education and career programs, and access to community resources. We’re dedicated to our neighborhoods for the long term, supporting individuals and families as they establish self-sufficiency. Our services create opportunities for people to thrive in every aspect of their lives.

Find out more on the Phipps Neighborhoods website


Phipps Neighborhoods – SYEP Project Based Learning Facilitator

The Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) provides New York City youth between the ages of 14 and 21 with paid summer employment for up to six weeks in July and August. Participants work in entry-level jobs in a variety of industries. SYEP also provides workshops on job readiness, career exploration, financial literacy, and opportunities to continue education and social growth.

In collaboration with the New York City Department of Education (DOE) and the Department of Youth and Community Development, Phipps Neighborhoods is launching a school-based SYEP model that will strengthen New York City’s (NYC) workforce development system and help young people gain the support, educational credentials, and skills needed to succeed in today’s economy. This is an exciting opportunity to partner with high schools and help build lifelong career skills.

Position Summary:

The Project-Based Learning (PBL) Facilitator will be responsible for facilitating the PBL workshops and activities for the school-based SYEP program for 14-15 year old students.  This is a part-time, temporary position. 

Position Overview:

  • Facilitate Project-Based Learning curriculum and activities for 14 and 15 year old students.
  • Model positive youth development principles in facilitating workshops in a manner that is fun and engaging.
  • Establish classroom norms and expectations; develop rapport with the students.
  • Manage students and classroom dynamics appropriately,
  • Provide guidance and support to students throughout the course of their PBL project.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by Program Director.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or GED required.
  • 2 years’ experience facilitating groups, lessons, activities, or workshops with teenagers; experience with 14 and 15 year olds preferred.
  • Dynamic public speaking and presentation skills, with the ability to provide an engaging learning experience for young people.
  • Strong background in youth development and an assets-driven perspective on how to work with disconnected youth.
  • Robust classroom management skills.
  • Proficient in basic computer applications (Outlook, Word, Power Point).
  • Strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
  • Must be flexible, enjoy working with teens, and have strong initiative to work in a team.

About  Phipps Neighborhoods

Phipps Neighborhoods helps children, youth, and families in low- income communities rise above poverty. We work in South Bronx neighborhoods where we can address the greatest barriers to lasting success through education and career programs, and access to community resources. We’re dedicated to our neighborhoods for the long term, supporting individuals and families as they establish self-sufficiency. Our services create opportunities for people to thrive in every aspect of their lives.

Find out more on the Phipps Neighborhoods website


Phipps Neighborhoods- Social Services

Phipps Neighborhoods helps children, youth, and families in low- income communities rise above poverty. We work in South Bronx neighborhoods where we can address the greatest barriers to lasting success through education and career programs, and access to community resources. We’re dedicated to our neighborhoods for the long term, supporting individuals and families as they establish self-sufficiency. Our services create opportunities for people to thrive in every aspects of their lives.

OPENINGS

Resident Svcs Specialist Apply Here

Program Director Apply Here

Housing Specialist Apply Here

ShopRite- Cashier

Job Summary:
To deliver a great customer experience while providing our customers with accurate, friendly and efficient checkout service; to accurately scan, price and bag products; to collect proper payment; and to provide proper change if necessary.

Minimum Required Qualifications:
The minimum required qualifications for this position include, but are not limited to, the following:
Ability to proficiently read, write, speak, analyze, interpret, and understand the English language.
Ability to perform basic math.
Ability to stand/walk for the duration of a scheduled shift.
Ability to interact with Customers in a friendly and helpful way.
Ability to work cooperatively with others.
Ability to work all assigned work schedules and comply with all time and attendance policies.

Essential Job Functions:
Performance of the essential functions of this position require the Associate to possess the minimum qualifications listed above. These functions include, but are not limited to, the following:
Maintain a clean, neat, organized and safe work environment.
Clean and sanitize all work surfaces, utensils and equipment in accordance with Department of Sanitation and QA standards.
Keep floor clear of debris and spills.
Perform all duties in accordance with Local, State and Federal regulations as they pertain to the Front-End operation.
Perform all duties in accordance with Company rules, policies, safety requirements, and security standards, and all Local, State and Federal health and civil code regulations.
Dress and groom according to Company policy, including uniform, name badge and hat or hair restraint requirements.
Regularly lift, pull, push and rotate merchandise that weights 25 lbs. and that occasionally weights up to 50 lbs.
Complete all applicable department training programs.
Perform all duties in accordance with all ShopRite Service Priorities (Safety, Friendliness, Presentation, and Efficiency).
Maintain punctual and regular attendance.
Work overtime as assigned.
Work cooperatively with others.
Must be 18 years or older to operate balers, hi-lo’s, power jacks, and slicing machines.
Perform other duties as assigned.

How to Apply

Apply online

Staples: Retail Sales Print Associate

Staples is focused on our customer and our community. As a Copy & Print Marketing Associate, you will provide exceptional customer service and solutions to customers print needs by using order intake tools to capture their project information. You will follow production processes to produce orders, using copy and print machines and finishing equipment for cutting, binding and laminating. You will also assist retail and print customers with their self-service copy & printing needs.

Essential skills and experience:

  •  Able to work a flexible schedule (including nights and weekends)
  • Able to work with many customers to provide a total solution
  • Attention to detail and keen eye to notice quality issues throughout the production process
  • Ability to lift and move supplies in the 10-50 pound range, stand and walk continuously
  • Staples does not sponsor applicants for work visas for this position

Preferred skills and experience:

  • Prior experience with customer service
  • Willingness to learn and develop

 

How to Apply

Apply online

The Home Depot- Customer Service/Sales

Position Purpose:
Customer Service/Sales associates provide fast, friendly service by actively seeking out customers to assess their needs and provide assistance. These associates learn about products using our tools, and provide information to customers in order to sell an entire project. Associates in this position will learn how to greet, qualify, recommend and close every customer in their department, and know how to handle basics in adjacent departments. Customer Service/Sales associates maintain the in-stock condition of assigned areas, and ensure it is clean, shop-able, and safe. Each associate has the responsibility of providing a safe working and shopping environment by following all safety policies & standards, completing specified safety training, immediately correcting hazards & unsafe conditions or reporting conditions to the Manager on Duty, and working safely as not to endanger themselves, co-workers, vendors, or customers. These associates work in cooperation with their Department Supervisor and other associates in their department as well as other departments. Specific store departments may include Building Materials, Décor, Electrical, Flooring, Garden, Hardware, Kitchen & Bath, Lumber, Millwork, Paint, Plumbing and Tool Rental. The Customer Service/Sales position types may include Department Sales, Lead Generator, Pro Account Sales, Sales Specialist, Special Services, and Customer Order Specialist.

How to Apply

Apply online

The Women’s Housing and Economic Development Corporation (WHEDco)- Community Development Organization

The Women’s Housing and Economic Development Corporation (WHEDco) is a community development organization founded on the radically simple idea that all people deserve healthy, vibrant communities. We build award-winning, sustainable, affordable homes – but our work is not over when our buildings are complete. WHEDco believes that to be successful, affordable housing must be anchored in strong communities that residents can be proud of.

 

OPENINGS

Director of Marketing and Communications Apply Here

Registered Dietitian Apply Here

Enrollment Specialist, Home Based Childcare Services Apply Here

Urban Health Plan

Urban Health Plan, Inc., (UHP) is a federally qualified community health center. UHP provides comprehensive and affordable primary and specialty health care services to the Hunts Point, Mott Haven and Morrisania sections of the Bronx, Central Harlem and Corona, Queens. UHP began in 1974 as an evolution of a group practice with the mission of providing basic and specialty medical care, comparable to those found in local hospital outpatient clinics, to the community’s predominantly Hispanic and poor residents.

 

Openings       

LCSW Behavioral Health Therapist Apply Here

LCAT Supervisor Apply Here

LCSW Article 31 Therapist Apply Here

Revenue Cycle Specialist Apply Here

Volunteers of America – Front Desk Monitor (LEH771)

The front desk monitor/receptionist answers telephone calls and takes messages for staff, receives and assists visitors, receives and routes deliveries, aids residents, and controls front door access.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

High school diploma or GED.
Must possess a polite and pleasant manner, be efficient and firm, and have the ability to operate a busy front desk/security operation. Must be able to perform diverse tasks with ease and maintain confidentiality.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Greet all visitors and assist them with directions or announce their arrival to staff or residents.
2. Ensure that all clients sign in and out as required.
3. Route mail and deliveries as required.
4. Handle or assist in crisis intervention.
5. Follow assigned procedures in emergency situations.
6. Perform other related duties as required.

EFFECT ON END RESULTS

1. Visitors are assisted promptly and courteously.
2. Client locations can be tracked at all times.
3. Mail and deliveries are routed to the appropriate people.
4. Crises are handled according to agency policy.
5. Emergency situations are responded to according to agency policy.
6. Related duties are performed completely, accurately and on time.

Position Type:
This is a full-time position

Make a living by making a difference. Apply online today! Volunteers of America is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled.

About  Volunteers of America

Volunteers of America, Inc. (VOA, Inc.) is a national, faith-based human services organization that was founded in New York City in 1896 and has remained at the forefront of social service ever since, helping individuals and families in need overcome obstacles to living safe, healthy and productive lives in the community. The largest of the affiliates, Volunteers of America-Greater New York (VOA-GNY) serves tens of thousands of men, women, and children in need every year, through 80 programs staffed by 1,300 skilled and dedicated staff, throughout New York City, Westchester County and Northern New Jersey.

Find out more on the Volunteers of America website