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Lutheran Social Services of New York has developed a wide range of LIFE programs to assist people as they overcome barriers and meet specific life challenges and events. The agency’s outreach ministry provides a variety of LIFE (Lutheran Initiatives For Enrichment) Services to touch the lives of immigrants, the hungry, victims of domestic violence, older adults, orphans, children in foster care and troubled youth. LIFE services also provide resources to congregations and other agencies to promote volunteerism, leadership development and community partnerships.

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Director of Maintenance and Facilities

POSITION: Director of Maintenance and Facilities
REPORTS TO: Chief Program Officer
CLASSIFICATION: Full-Time/Management Team
EXEMPT/NONEXEMPT: Exempt

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GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Under the direct supervision of the Chief Program Officer, the Director of Maintenance and Facilities (Director) plans, implements and manages the LSSNY facilities development & maintenance system for programs within the agency’s portfolio.  The Director establishes the highest standards of consistency in aesthetics, health and safety for each LSSNY building and provides direct supervision to the Maintenance and Facilities Manager and/or Coordinator(s) in their oversight of all LSSNY buildings and organization of the work of all maintenance staff and contractors working on repair and other facility projects at LSSNY buildings.   The Director is ultimately responsible for ensuring that all maintenance repairs, projects, etc. at all LSSNY facilities comply with local, state and federal regulations and guidelines.  The Director is responsible for liaising with governmental funders with respect to the facilities and, in the case of City leased sites, for liaising with the City Agency Facilities staff responsible for the sites.  The Director ensures that notices of building violations are responded to in a timely manner, ensuring that corrections are performed, and certificates of correction are filed within the deadlines for filing, and that LSSNY is represented at necessary administrative or court hearings regarding said violations.  The Director is responsible for the development of a facilities health and safety operational manual and its dissemination upon approval of the CPO.   The Director obtains final approval for all projects and decisions that are not set forth or provided for in the operating manual from the CPO.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Leadership, Training & Staff Support

  • Provide departmental vision, leadership, day-to-day program oversight, supervision and guidance to all Maintenance and Facilities Manager and/or Coordinators, staff and volunteers to ensure compliance with facilities operational procedure, protocols and contractual and administrative requirements, ensuring that performance and budgetary targets are met within specified deadlines.
  • Ensure that Maintenance and Facilities Manager and/or Coordinator(s), staff, contractors and volunteers develop a clear understanding of tasks to be done at each LSSNY worksite via activities including but not limited to comprehensive professional development, creating and disseminating an up-to-date Facilities Manual that provides the department’s staff and LSSNY Management with a clear understanding of the work of the department.
  • Provide training for maintenance staff regarding work safety
  • Ensure that enough staff are properly licensed and certified to meet NYC Fire and Building requirements, including providing test preparation if needed for licensure
  • In the case of New York City (NYC) leased sites, ensure good communication and coordination with NYC agencies responsible for the leased sites.
  • Coordinate meetings with facilities management regarding administrative and court hearings.  Ensure and coordinate representation, including legal representation, if necessary, at court hearings.
  • Coordinate set-ups and breakdowns for on-site project events.
  • Provide oversight to ensure appropriate staff coverage.
  • Ensure that appropriate equipment, tools and supplies needed for daily facilities work are available and appropriate for staff and volunteers.

External & Interdepartmental Liaising

  • Serve as an expert on resources and information related to best practices in the field of facilities operations.
  • In collaboration with the Early LIFE Executive Director and Site Directors, create an up-to-date cleaning and maintenance schedule.
  • Serve as resource to LSSNY management, Maintenance and Facilities volunteers and staff on issues related buildings health and safety issues.
  • Facilitate relationships with national and local organizations to further LSSNY mission and goals.
  • Problem solve with relevant LSSNY staff and Maintenance and Facilities Managers around challenges regarding the work of the department.
  • In conjunction with LSSNY’s procurement staff, develop relationships with local businesses such as Home Depot or Lowe’s to further maintenance goals.
  • Work with the Site Directors to arrange staffing alternatives should maintenance personnel be absent. Support the placement of substitutes, particularly in the instance of major maintenance projects, such as stripping & buffing floor-work.

Regulatory Compliance & QA

  • Conduct, and assign staff to also conduct, bi-weekly and pop up visits to monitor program maintenance.
  • Ensure oversight of preventative maintenance and repair tasks and conduct inspections on a bi-weekly and as-needed basis to determine work progress.
  • Track the outcome of each inspection; develop work plans in response.  Report outcomes of inspections and staff reports on work progress to the CPO and all Directors on a monthly basis.
  • Ensure compliance with LSSNY & funder policies, procedures, codes, regulations, government agency directives as well as LSSNY best practices/Policies and Procedures. As part of this function, the Director will ensure adherence to funders’ policies manuals.
  • Ensure timely response to notices of building violations.
    • Ensure proper and timely notification of landlords and government agencies when appropriate.
    • Ensure corrections and the filing of certificates of correction are done in a timely manner.
    • Ensure LSSNY representation at necessary administrative or court hearings regarding said violations.
    • Ensure that all fines are paid in a timely manner.
    • Ensure that all reimbursements of fines are obtained when appropriate.
  • Maintain interface with LSSNY administrators and funders, ensuring high quality plant design and maintenance, meeting and exceeding the regulatory requirements of each contract, including preparation of accurate and timely reporting.
  • Perform monitoring and quality assurance at each site to ensure that work done is in full compliance with any relevant standards, codes and safety procedures.
  • Gather data from the Maintenance and Facilities Manager and/or Coordinator(s) and staff on concerns, trends and issues related to maintenance activities, and implement methods of ameliorating any concerns noted. Share relevant data with the Research and Quality Improvement Department as needed.
  • Acquire and utilize a system for tracking, referencing, filing, reporting, etc.

Building & Maintaining Systems for Efficiency

  • Keep all mechanical, electrical, and structural blueprints and diagrams up to date; maintain library of parts list, maintenance manuals, reference books and catalogues.
  • Ensure that all Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) systems are operating in a safe, efficient, and orderly fashion by managing all phases of maintenance, repair and replacement of equipment.
  • Maintain orderly, technologically efficient work order, compliance and violations tracking systems.
  • Establish measurable response metrics for responding to service requests and work orders (i.e. service ticket priority ratings).
  • Create systems for preventing building violations from regulatory sources (e.g. DoHMH; DOB, NYC Fire Department, NYC DOE, NYC ACS) and responding in a timely manner should they occur.

Managing Facilities Procurement

  • Manage outsourced construction project contracts through competitive bidding processes in coordination with the Director of Procurement and with the final approval of the CPO, CEO and/or CFO.
  • Determine if repair and maintenance tasks should be completed internally or through external contractors in coordination with and with the agreement of the CPO.  Schedule employees in accordance with plan within budget constraints and contract obligations.
  • Working with the fiscal department, devise and adhere to a departmental budget that is aligned with appropriate cost centers.
  • Maintain a supply of inventory necessary for optimal operating efficiency by initiating purchase orders for maintenance supplies, machinery, equipment, parts and services as needed.
  • Manage construction contractual processes in accordance with approved project budget, planning, development, implementation and work flow with external partners and LSSNY staff.

Emergency Response

  • Respond/supervise response to emergency calls and administer an after-hours emergency response call list.
  • Manage snow removal operations by staff and contractors during snow and ice events and other emergencies.
  • In conjunction with the Maintenance and Facilities Manager and/or Coordinator(s), manage response to emergencies such as natural disasters, power outages, vehicle accidents on the premises, storm emergencies, and any other emergency situations.

Other

  • Stay abreast of current developments in the field to identify trends and recommend new approaches.
  • Perform any other tasks assigned by the CPO.

Supervises:

  • Maintenance and Facilities Department
  • Maintenance and Facilities Coordinator(s)
  • Maintenance and Facilities Manager
  • Administrative Assistant for Maintenance and Facilities

QUALIFICATIONS

Education

  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience
  • Valid Licensure as Home Improvement Contractor in NYS required
  • Licensed Filing Representative (Expeditor) preferred

Experience

  • At least 5 years’ experience supervising multi-building plant maintenance systems
  • At least 10 years’ experience in hands-on building maintenance and construction

Skills & Abilities

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Respectful and comfortable with persons from diverse cultural and socio-economic backgrounds
  • Ability to manage multiple personnel and provide leadership
  • Ability to work collaboratively with all stakeholders and fellow management personnel
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications
  • Ability to navigate the internet
  • Excellent time management, organization, and multi-tasking skills
  • Ability to read, understand, and create blueprints and architectural drawings
  • Ability to create scopes of work including labor and materials required to complete specified projects
  • Ability to estimate time frames and costs for large scope projects
  • Ability to handle multiple projects, deadlines and locations
  • Knowledge of the DOB filing process and procedures
  • Ability to communicate projects with contractors, volunteers and LSSNY managers
  • Technical knowledge/related experience in the operation, installation and maintenance of building systems with in depth technical understanding and knowledge of all HVAC, electrical, plumbing, fire/life safety, and control systems.
  • Possess current, valid driver’s license (not under suspension or limitation)

Other Requirements

  • Organized, resourceful, and willing to go the extra mile
  • Vehicle or other means of transportation

This position description contains the major responsibilities required to perform this job.  These responsibilities may change at any time to meet the needs of our clients, residents or agency.

All cover letters and resumes can be submitted to the hiring manager, Kerron Norman, with “Director of Maintenance & Facilities” in the subject line. Kerron Norman, Knorman@lssny.org

— LSSNY is an equal opportunity employer —

Teacher's Aide – Early LIFE Center (Bronx Location)

 

POSITION: Teacher’s Aide – Early LIFE Center
REPORTS TO: Director of Early LIFE Center
CLASSIFICATION: Full Time/Part-time
EXEMPT/NONEXEMPT: Non-Exempt


GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

The Teacher’s Aide shares responsibility with the Assistant Teacher in implementing the pre-school instructional program in LSSNY’s early childhood education program and then supporting each student in classroom activities that further develop the instructional program as outlined by the classroom’s Head Teacher.  The Teacher’s Aide is also responsible for assisting in the supervision and management of students both in classroom activities, transitioning around the school complex, at breakfast and lunch, at arrival and dismissal time.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Represent Lutheran Social Service of New York’s mission, values, ethics, and upholds agency Code of Conduct at all times.
  • Assist in the supervision of children at breakfast and lunch each day
  • Assist the Head Teacher and Assistant Teacher in developing educational  and age-appropriate goals
  • Assist the Head Teacher in the planning and execution of daily lesson plans
  • Ensure that students are always accompanied by an adult and are directly supervised as they move about the school building and school campus
  • Ensure that the classroom is left in clean and orderly condition at the end of the center day
  • Work with Assistant Teacher and Head Teacher to assess students for signs of emotional difficulties, abuse, or neglect and report these to the Assistant Teacher, Head Teacher, Family Service Worker or  Director of the Pre-School
  • Actively support the Head Teacher and Assistant Teacher in addressing the children’s needs
  • Agree to share particular talents and skills to enhance the student’s school program
  • Participate in the center’s professional development program
  • Assist students in the class with medication during the school day in accord with school  policies and procedures
  • Assist individual children while in the classroom by moving around the room and being alert to individual student learning styles
  • Assist and supervise children during arrival and dismissal processes
  • Assist in classroom coverage when directed by the Director
  • Assist the Head Teacher and Assistant Teacher with clerical tasks such as children’s work collection and correction, progress report assistance, parent contact, incident reporting.
  • Attend and be actively involved in student progress meetings as requested and in support of the teacher’s efforts
  • Develop a supporting relationship with  students and with their parents and guardians
  • Participate 12 times a year during In-Service Trainings at The Early LIFE Center
  • Assist in other duties as assigned by the Center Director, including assisting with food service, if needed

SUPERVISES:

  • Children

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS:

  • HS Diploma or GED

EXPERIENCE:

  • Experience working with pre-school children preferably in a school setting or in a center involving children

SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  • Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively with classroom teacher
  • Demonstrated ability to appropriately assist in the supervision of students in a classroom setting and while transitioning around the center complex
  • Demonstrated ability to assist in the implementation  of the instructional program as presented by the classroom teacher
  • Willingness to be involved in a program of professional development
  • Demonstrated ability to be an active and involved partner in the classroom process
  • Demonstrated ability to work with students in your classroom especially when one may be behaviorally challenging

HOW TO APPLY: Please submit all cover letters and resumes to Adrienne Crudup (Acrudup@lssny.org) with “Teacher’s Aide” in the subject line.

— LSSNY is an equal opportunity employer —

Head Teacher – Early LIFE Center (Bronx Location)

POSITION: Head Teacher – Early LIFE Center
REPORTS TO: Director of Early LIFE Center
CLASSIFICATION: Full Time
EXEMPT/NONEXEMPT: Exempt


GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Head Teacher is responsible for the academic, instructional, remedial, behavioral and adaptive needs of all their children in an assigned age level classroom, as part of LSSNY’s early childhood program.   The teacher must have strong management skills and techniques that can foster the pre-school classroom instructional process and will supervise the Assistant Teachers and Volunteers working in the classroom.   The teacher must have a functional understanding and ability to meet all reporting mandates as determined by various governmental agencies.  The teacher must work cooperatively with fellow staff, parents, guardians, outside agencies and the funders to better serve our children.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Represent Lutheran Social Service of New York’s mission, values, ethics, and upholds agency Code of Conduct at all times.
  • Oversee and provide classroom activities and instruction tailored to meet the children’s overall developmental goals.
  • Develop curricula and enrichment activities that will encourage student interest and participation
  • Follow schedule as developed collaboratively with the Educational coordinator
  • Prepare daily lesson plans for all instructional periods
  • Keep accurate records of individual student progress throughout the school year
  • Maintain an appropriate physical environment in the classroom or work area
  • Maintain appropriate safety measures to insure the protection of the children and staff
  • Provide enrichment activities for the parents and guardians of our children at specially designated events that may be outside the regular center hours or on non-center days
  • Make suggestions to the Director of Pre-school to further enrich the center’s offerings
  • Assist in other duties as assigned by the Center Director, including assisting with food service, if needed

SUPERVISES:

  • Children
  • Assistant Teacher
  • Volunteers

EDUCATION:

  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education.

EXPERIENCE:

  • Minimum of 2 years experience in a child care setting

SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  • Demonstrated ability to provide instruction for the Early Childhood age level population
  • Demonstrated ability to provide effective management skills and techniques for an Early Childhood age level population
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate with the site director administration, fellow teachers, service staff, parents and guardians
  • Demonstrated ability to write appropriate and targeted student progress reports
  • Demonstrated ability to adapt your area of expertise to meet student learning needs
  • Demonstrated ability to work with parents and other community members to meet student learning needs

HOW TO APPLY: Please submit all cover letters and resumes to Shayna Williams (Swilliams3@lssny.org) with “Head Teacher” in the subject line.

— LSSNY is an equal opportunity employer —

Assistant Teacher – Early LIFE Center (Bronx Location)

POSITION: Assistant Teacher – Early LIFE Center
REPORTS TO: Director of Early LIFE Center
CLASSIFICATION: Full Time/Part-Time/Substitute
EXEMPT/NONEXEMPT: Non-Exempt (Hourly)


GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

The Assistant Teacher implements the instructional program at LSSNY’s pre-school program, supporting each student in activities planned by the classroom’s Head Teacher.  The Assistant Teacher supervises and manages students throughout the day, in the classroom, during transitions around the pre-school, on the playground, on trips, at meals and snacks, and during arrival and dismissal times.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist the Head Teacher in preparing, implementing and recording daily lessons.
  • Supervise children throughout the school day – during lessons and activities, in the classroom, during meals and snacks, on the playground, during transitions, on trips, and during arrival and dismissal times.
  • Ensure that students are always accompanied by an adult and are directly supervised as they move about the school and on trips.
  • Ensure that the classroom is clean and orderly at the end of the day.
  • Observe students for signs of emotional difficulties, abuse, or neglect and report these to the Head Teacher, Family Service staff or Early LIFE Center Director.
  • Support the Head Teacher in addressing the children’s needs.
  • Share talents and skills to enhance the student’s school program.
  • Participate in professional development; complete 12 In-Service Trainings per year.
  • Move around the classroom to engage with students.
  • Be alert to individual student learning styles.
  • Assist and supervise children during arrival and dismissal processes.
  • Provide classroom coverage as directed by the Director.
  • Assist with student work collection and correction, progress reports, parent contact, and incident reports.
  • Actively participate in student progress meetings
  • Develop supporting relationships with students, parents and guardians.
  • Assist with food service, as assigned by the Center Director.
  • Assist with other job-related tasks, as assigned by the Center Director.
  • Represent Lutheran Social Service of New York’s mission, values, ethics, and uphold agency Code of Conduct at all times.

EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS:

  • BA or HS Diploma/Associate’s Degree with Early Childhood experience
  • Child Development Associate Credential within one year of hire

EXPERIENCE:

  • Minimum of 1 year experience working with children in a school or children’s center

SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  • Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively with classroom teacher
  • Demonstrated ability to appropriately supervise students in a classroom setting, while transitioning around the center complex, on the playground and on trips
  • Demonstrated ability to implement the instructional program
  • Willingness to participate in professional development
  • Demonstrated ability to be an active and involved partner in the classroom process
  • Demonstrated ability to work with students with behavior challenges

HOW TO APPLY: Please submit all cover letters and resumes to Shayna Williams (Swilliams3@lssny.org) with “Assistant Teacher” in the subject line.

— LSSNY is an equal opportunity employer —

Director of Early Childhood Center

POSITION: Director of Early LIFE Center
REPORTS TO: Assistant Executive Director for Early Childhood Education – Borough-wide
DIVISION: Early Childhood Education
CLASSIFICATION: Management Team
EXEMPT/NONEXEMPT: Exempt

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
The Director of Early LIFE Preschool is responsible for the running of a daily childhood program at a particular site, current and future planning opportunities, supervision of staff and children and the provision of all needed and required services at that particular site, as presented by Federal, State, local government mandates and the Early Learn Contract with ACS.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES:

  • Oversee early childhood program at a particular program sites;
  • Make recommendations to the Borough Director for Early LIFE regarding the hiring, termination, and job performance for related services, instructional, behavioral and facilities staff
  • Maintain and advance high quality early childhood programs and high performing classrooms for young children;
  • Collaborate with LSSNY leadership, the ACS Leadership staff, Head Start Policy Council and Head Start Board Committee to align goals to ensure a continuum of care and better educational and life outcomes for children.
  • Engage in ongoing research and development to keep abreast of trends;
  • Establish relationships with key stakeholders – coalitions, community groups, government and families.
  • Continue to define and refine programmatic outcomes;
  • Support child outcomes for long-term, comprehensive model.
  • Work with staff, Parent Policy Council, and Board Head Start Committee to ensure that the program meet Head Start Performance Standards;
  • Work with ACS leadership to create systems to track, monitor and analyze child outcomes, individually and at an aggregate level;
  • Support ongoing program evaluation efforts;
  • Use data to inform improvements in practice.
  • Oversee fiscal planning and management;
  • Oversee program operations to ensure compliance with all Head Start and Department of Health standards;
  • Support all audits and monitoring reviews.
  • Develop a highly competent early childhood workforce in line with federal, state and city standards;
  • Establish core competencies and standards of excellence;
  • Create a professional development system including, crafting individual professional; development plans, identifying professional activities, and promoting ongoing professional training;
  • Serve as a mentor/coach to early childhood staff.
  • Lead, supervise and serve as a role model to teaching teams through communication and collaboration.
  • Recruit staff through community outreach and overseeing the interview, hiring and orientation process.
  • Create positive partnerships with families by serving as a resource and responding to questions and concerns.
  • Focus on establishing and maintaining on-going marketing efforts to sustain enrollment.
  • Maintain active waiting lists, enrollment, payroll, and center/school expenses systems.
  • Review important decisions with the Borough Director and be responsive to the requirements of the home office.
  • Lead the center/school to achieve and maintain NAEYC Accreditation.
  • Develop budget in conjunction with Borough Director and maintain accurate and current financial reporting.
  • Ensure that all staff interact and communicate respectfully with children demonstrating an inclusive environment.
  • Ensure that all licenses and permits are current.
  • Collaborate with LSSNY departments including finance, marketing and human resources.
  • Attend and actively participate in meetings, conferences, regional functions, and trainings.
  • Support organizational mission, philosophies, values, goals, and policies

SUPERVISES:

  • Supervises all staff members in a program site including for Health, Curriculum and Instruction, Family Supports, and Administration

QUALIFICATIONS

EDUCATION:

  • Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or a related field

EXPERIENCE:

  • Minimum of 5 years previous educational administrative experience, one year in the area of special education or some related field

CERTIFICATIONS:

  • Must be NYS certified.

SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  • Demonstrated ability at hiring and maintaining dedicated and professional staff
  • Demonstrated ability at understanding and meeting student IEP mandates
  • Demonstrated ability at managing a school program on a daily basis which insures regulatory compliance as well as safety and security of all staff and students
  • Demonstrated ability at communicating through various mediums with staff, students, parents, guardians, regulatory monitors, CSE representatives, local caretakers
  • Demonstrated ability to supervise and evaluate staff as required through various mediums
  • Demonstrated ability to manage student progress both academically and behaviorally
  • Demonstrated ability to work with community leaders and community groups
  • Demonstrated ability to understand and implement regulatory mandates as provided from the Federal, State or local governmental agencies
  • Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively and professionally with the Borough Director

This positions description contains the major responsibilities required to perform this job. These responsibilities may change at any time to meet the needs of our clients, residents or agency.

HOW TO APPLY

All cover letters and resumes can be submitted to:

Khamele McLeod-Cato  (kmcleod-cato@lssny.org)

[please include “Director of Early Childhood Center” in the subject line]

Case Manager - Community House

POSITION: Case Manager – Community House
REPORTS TO: Supervisor of Social Services
CLASSIFICATION: Full Time
EXEMPT/NONEXEMPT: Non-Exempt Salaried

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GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

The Case Manager promotes client wellness and autonomy through advocacy, assessment, planning, communication, education, resource management, and service facilitation.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES:

  • Carry caseload (total # to be determined).
  • Represent Lutheran Social Service of New York’s mission, values, ethics, and uphold agency Code of Conduct, at all times.
  • Link clients with appropriate providers and resources throughout the continuum of health and human services and care settings based on the needs and values of the client. Escort clients to scheduled and unscheduled psychiatric/medical care.
  • Ensure that clients receive safe, effective, client-centered, timely, efficient, and equitable care. Maintain a non-judgmental, unbiased approach.
  • Organize, facilitate, and escort as needed for on/off-site activities in addition to managing a minimum of two ongoing groups. Track client participation in the client record.
  • Conduct unit inspections and ensure proper follow-up to findings, assisting clients as needed.
  • Maintain client records as “audit-ready” at all times, as required by program funding sources. This includes, but is not limited to, recording progress notes, constructing service plans, updating medical and mental health information, and completing psychosocial assessments.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of 2 years in human services or HS Diploma/GED with a minimum of 5 years in human services
  • Working knowledge of issues related to homelessness, HIV, substance abuse, mental illness, and entitlements

SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  • Good spoken and written expression.
  • Good time management skills, able to handle multiple tasks and assignments at once.
  • Flexible, able to work some holidays and weekends.
  • Able to establish therapeutic relationships with clients and positive working relationships within LSSNY and with external agencies.
  • Proficient in internet navigation, E-mail, and Microsoft Word.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  • Crisis intervention skills.
  • Willing to participate in continuing education.

This position description contains the major responsibilities required to perform this job. These responsibilities may change at any time to meet the needs of our clients, residents or agency.

HOW TO APPLY

All cover letters and resumes can be submitted to: Fitzroy Sobers (fsobers@lssny.org) with “Case Manager” in the subject line.

Equal Opportunity Employer – Affirmative Action Plan:

LSSMNY is committed to maintaining a diverse workforce at all organizational levels. It is the company’s policy not to engage in employment discrimination against any person employed or seeking employment with LSSMNY on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sex, ancestry, marital status, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identification, citizenship, or status as a covered veteran. This policy applies to all employment practices, including recruitment, selection, promotion, transfer, merit increase, salary, training and development, demotion and separation.