University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy

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University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy 10002
Overview:    Early Head Start offers comprehensive child development services, family support services and advocacy to low income pregnant women and families with children under three years of age.  The program provides developmentally appropriate care and home visits to families in the Lower East Side, NY.Responsibilities:Coordinate and supervise the work of the staff in developing and maintaining a high quality in child development programOversee services for children with special needs Assist in the development and implementation of staff development training and supervision.Supervise all classrooms to ensure compliance with Head Start Performance Standards and NYCDOHMH regulationsProvide individual and group supervision to classroom group teachers  Develop and supervise the implementation of the Creative Curriculum in the group classroom settingProvide infant/toddler development training and guidance to staff and familiesAdminister and/or analyze developmental assessments for children and provide written reports to staff with anticipatory guidance and follow-up planAssist staff in identifying family needs and child developmental statusAssist staff in developing an individualized family goal plan that will enhance the development of the child and promote a positive relationship between parent and childAssist staff in assessing parent-child relationship and provide appropriate guidance acknowledging family and cultural influences.Maintain all necessary documentationAssist in program evaluation and community assessmentOther duties as requested by supervisor to fulfill job responsibilities.Qualifications:  Masters in Early Childhood Education, Infant/Toddler Development, Developmental Psychology or related field with specialization in infant/toddler developmentNew York State Certification preferredFive years experience working with families and children prenatal to three years of age  Three years experience supervising staffAbility to write and speak Spanish and/or Chinese preferred
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY, United States
The goal of The Door’s Career and Education Services Department is to support young people in completing secondary education and successfully transitioning into post-secondary education and employment.  Programs within the Career and Education Services Department (CareerED) are designed to help both in-school and out-of-school youth to set and attain their educational and career goals.  CareerED services allow a young person to craft a personalized life plan defining the steps he/she will take to achieve those goals while developing the necessary skills for future life success and independence.  The cornerstone of the Door’s career and education services is the EPOCH program, which aims to prepare out-of-school and out-of-work young people for meaningful placements in college and/or employment through the provision of comprehensive education and career services, which develop potential for economic self-sufficiency.  The Career Advancement Coach for the Young Adult Literacy Program (YALP) will be responsible will be responsible for managing a caseload of students, facilitating work readiness. career exploration, and life skills workshops, coordinating and supervising student group projects, working with the program staff, participants, and other staff to define group project deliverables so that students are obtaining the obtain the knowledge and skills necessary for HSE attainment, employment, post-secondary education and ultimately self-sufficiency.   
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy Brooklyn, NY, United States
Since 1886, University Settlement has been providing a variety of effective and strengths-based community based programs for children.  Stemming from the success of ExpandED Schools, TASC was selected to collaborate with the NYC DOE and Harvard Ed Labs on Middle School ExTRA (Middle School Expanded Day + Tutoring = Reading Achievement). At 20 participating schools, Middle School ExTRA offers 100% of sixth-graders 2 ½ more hours of learning time per day and gives students the time and opportunity they need to improve academic and life outcomes, preparing them to be on track to graduate from high school, college and career ready. In addition, targeted 6th and 7th grade students receive daily intensive tutoring.  MS ExTRA tutors will provide daily guided reading instruction to students in a small group setting five days per week. The guided reading instruction is designed to enhance a student’s comprehension and to foster a love of reading. Responsibilities:Instruct students daily in small group settings to supplement and enhance traditional in class reading/English language arts instruction. Prepare lesson plans in accordance with a set program curriculum as dictated by the individual needs of each student. Work daily with two or three groups of four students each, leading students through high-interest texts (novels, non-fiction chapter books, short stories, articles, etc.) using a guided reading curricular model. Coordinate with the campus-level site coordinator, classroom teachers, school administration, and parents to maximize student achievement.Qualification: Currently enrolled college senior, Bachelor’s Degree in Education preferredAvid reader who has a desire to elicit a passion for reading in young peopleQualifying test score on a high school-level reading comprehension assessment Willingness to serve at a NYC public middle school and commit to working through the 2017-2018 school yearHours: 15 hours per week
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy Bronx, NY, United States
The goal of The Door’s Career and Education Services Department is to support young people in completing secondary education and successfully transitioning into post-secondary education and employment.  Programs within the Career and Education Services Department (CareerED) are designed to help both in-school and out-of-school youth to set and attain their educational and career goals.  CareerED services allow a young person to craft a personalized life plan defining the steps he/she will take to achieve those goals while developing the necessary skills for future life success and independence.  The Door’s Bronx Youth Center aims to prepare out-of-school and out-of-work young people for meaningful placements in college and/or employment through the provision of comprehensive education and career services, which develop potential for economic self-sufficiency. The Supervisor of Training and Internships at the Bronx Youth Center will be responsible for coordinating work readiness training and the development of employment, internship, and training placements  as well as ensuring young people are completing internships and retaining employment and educational opportunities for one year. The Supervisor of Training and Internships will also be responsible for supervising social work interns and assisting in case management leadership for system involved young people 
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY 10013, United States
The Broome Street Academy Charter High School will prepare our young people for post-secondary success that leads to positive life outcomes.  We value student strengths and will provide multiple pathways to success through a curriculum of rigorous academic, career and social instruction grounded in the principles of positive youth development. Broome Street Academy values:The development of individual student strengthsCaregiver involvementA learning environment that fosters mutual respectA safe, supportive school climateStandards based curriculum that is relevantStudent learning that is meaningful and goal orientedDevelopment of and respect for community partnershipsHealthy social and emotional relationshipsResponsibilities:Serve as a liaison between the Academy and BSA caregivers to support community involvementDevelop and implement with Director of Admissions a robust plan of action to enhance caregiver involvement in Broome Street AcademyDevelop and implement a variety of caregiver and community engagement opportunities including, but not limited to: Caregiver meetings, caregiver workshops and cultural events, volunteer opportunities, caregiver/teacher conferences Work with school staff to plan, execute and conduct outreach for school events including, but not limited to: school dances, holiday celebrations, informational meetings, award ceremonies Manage school calendar of events and serve as liaison with the Door CalendarWork in collaboration with the Director of Admissions to represent the Academy at high school fairs, plan and execute Open House events, and assist the caregivers and students in the enrollment/matriculation processSupport the Social Services team on the field to ensure that families and students are supported and connected to the necessary resources Assist the Deans with morning arrivalsManage mass communications with caregiversAttend weekly attendance meetings to support student growth and enhance student involvement and engagementAssist in special projects, as assignedServe as the Academy representative at all meetings of any organization that is set up by the caregivers that will help support the educational and social development of the studentsParticipate in any activities or processes initiated either by the caregivers or the Academy that work to fulfill the mission Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree and significant experience with community development in an urban setting requiredStrong bilingual (English and Spanish) background required; ability to translate documents required   Excellent written and oral skills requiredExcellent computer skills (especially MS Office) requiredDemonstrated knowledge and practice of the principles of youth developmentExcellent demonstrated organizational skillsCommunity organizing/grassroots work strongly preferredHigh energy and willingness to work in a fast paced, results driven environmentMust be available for weekend and evening events
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy NY, Bronx, United States
The goal of The Door’s Career and Education Services Department is to support young people in completing secondary education and successfully transitioning into post-secondary education and employment.  Programs within the Career and Education Services Department (CareerED) are designed to help both in-school and out-of-school youth to set and attain their educational and career goals.  CareerED services allow a young person to craft a personalized life plan defining the steps he/she will take to achieve those goals while developing the necessary skills for future life success and independence. The Door’s Bronx Youth Center aims to prepare out-of-school and out-of-work young people for meaningful placements in college and/or employment through the provision of comprehensive education and career services, which develop potential for economic self-sufficiency. The Woodlawn Historical Preservation Training Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating all customized work readiness, supportive services, and post-training placement and retention services for youth participating in the Woodlawn Conservancy’s Historical Preservation Training Program.  
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY, United States
The Door is an unparalleled model for youth development, offering a comprehensive range of integrated services within a single site for nearly 10,000 New York City youth annually.  At The Door, youth can access health care and education, mental health counseling and crisis assistance, legal assistance, college preparation services, career development, housing supports, arts, sports and recreational activities, and nutritious meals – all for free and under one roof.  The Door’s main location in SoHo also includes Broome Street Academy, a unique charter high school that prepares New York City’s most vulnerable youth for a successful future through rigorous academics paired with supports of The Door. The Door also runs two supportive housing sites on the Lower East Side and the Bronx Youth Center, which provides a range of career and education programs to young people in the South Bronx.  The Administrative Supervisor will serve as a practice manager for the Door’s Counseling Center and will also provide administrative support to other Mental Health and Personal Development (MHPD) programs.   
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY, United States
The goal of The Door’s Career and Education Services Department is to support young people in completing secondary education and successfully transitioning into post-secondary education and employment.  Programs within the Career and Education Services Department (CareerED) are designed to help young people, who are in school, out-of-school and out-of work, to assess, set, and obtain their educational and career goals.  CareerED services specifically allow a young person to craft a personalized life plan defining the steps he/she will take to achieve those goals while developing the necessary skills for future life success and independence. The Temporary Part-Time ESOL/HSE Instructor is responsible for providing classroom and small group for ESOL and  Literacy Program students at the Bronx Youth Center to help them make literacy and numeracy gains and move towards preparing for the HSE test as well as work readiness, life skills, technology and vocational training to successfully move up an education and occupation ladder towards economic self-sufficiency through June 30, 2018 with the potential for a permanent position.  For a detailed desctiption please visit: https://www.door.org/employment/esol_teacher_temporary
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy Brooklyn, NY, United States
University Settlement provides a comprehensive network of services to over 30,000 people of all ages living on the Lower East Side, in Brooklyn, and beyond.  Its broad network of activities includes programs that reach the whole person, whole families and whole communities. Park Slope North is a part of the University Settlement network of Early Childhood programs Park Slope North is a culturally and economically diverse preschool located in the heart of the vibrant Park Slope neighborhood in Brooklyn. The Educational Director will be responsible for curriculum, program quality, and to coach teaching staff.  Responsibilities:Oversee classroom staffing, paperwork and curriculum to ensure proper coverage and compliance with DOHMH and Head Start regulationsOversee and maintain the implementation of high quality programming with evidence-based curricular and child outcomes, including lesson planning, observations, portfolios and Parent/Teacher conferencesProvide guidance, training and coaching to teaching staff on implementing lesson plans and responding to the social emotional needs of childrenDevelop and implement weekly staff meetingsResponsible for coordinating yearly in-service trainings and biannual staff evaluationsProvide any necessary reporting to Directors to meet Administration for Children Services requirement and attend required ACS training for Educational Coordinators/DirectorsSupport staff in meeting the individual needs of children through individualize planning, including involving their familiesEnsure that teachers are working in collaboration with other support services such as Mental Health and Special Needs to support the needs of children and familiesSupport the Program Director in recruitment, enrollment and administrative tasks Assist with the review of program practices and update program plans, policies and proceduresWork with management and teaching staff to provide continuous services to children and familiesResponsible for upholding Center’s philosophy and ensure proper communication with staffOther relevant duties as requested by supervisorQualifications:  Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education with NYS Early Childhood Teacher Certification requiredThree to five years of combined experience as a teacher and/or early childhood administrator/supervisorMust have good computer skills with knowledge of Microsoft excel and good communication skills Knowledge of Teaching Strategy Gold Online Child Tracking System preferred
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY, USA
Educational Specialist- PS 34M Supervisor: Program Director Overview: Since 1886, University Settlement has been providing a variety of effective and strengths-based community based programs for children. Currently, the Settlement operates after-school programs for elementary school children. We are expanding the program to accommodate middle school students, grades 6th-8th with the opening of additional after- school sites. The Educational Specialist will be responsible to help align program activities with recognized learning standards. The program will provide academic support; artistic, athletic, cultural, and athletic enrichment; therapeutic services; and opportunities for family involvement. The position requires a creative, energetic, team-building leader committed to providing the highest quality of programming for children and families. Responsibilities: Act as a primary liaison between after-school staff and school- day staff to ensure the programs' alignment with school- day curriculum In conjunction with program director, develop and select curricula appropriate for the developmental needs of children in an after-school setting In conjunction with program director, develop and participate in high quality, relevant staff training Work in collaboration with the site coordinator to identify themes and objectives aligned to school curriculum Researches and coordinates the use of age appropriate, standards-based curriculum (e.g. thematic or project-based) to ensure participants are learning through a variety of fun and engaging activities; Facilitates staff development sessions with Group Leaders and Activity Specialists to review curriculum materials and ensure understanding of content; Assists the staff (Group Leaders and Activity Specialists) by providing educational resources and sharing best practices for successful implementation of selected curriculum; Periodically conducts activity observations, providing feedback to staff, and uses observation assessments to inform ongoing professional development topics Consults with school administration to identify and implement assessment methods to measure effectiveness of educational programs administered strengthen basic literacy and numeracy skills and stimulate the interest of children in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) subjects Other duties as assigned by the Director Qualification:BA Degree in related field required; NYS Teaching License and Master's preferred. Experience in an administrative role in an after school program or another type of community-based program Strong interpersonal skills, problem solving ability, and crisis intervention skills Ability to communicate effectively in writing and in presentation formats Ability to work independently and as a member of a collaborative management team Ability to think creatively, encourage enthusiasm, and develop outstanding programs. Strong comprehension of NYC Department of Education Learning Standards, including the Blueprint for Teaching and Learning in the Arts. Experience in curriculum planning, development and writing. Solid training and facilitation skills. Excellent analytical, problem-solving, verbal, and written communications skills and ability to work with staff of various skill-sets across disciplines. Hours: 6.5 hours per week Salary: $20.50 per hour
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY, USA
Case Manager Bilingual English/Spanish or Chinese Supervisor: Program Director Overview: Project Home is a blended program that combines the following services: homelessness prevention for families and individuals at-risk of eviction; support for general short-term housing and social services; and leadership development and advocacy group; We are part of University Settlement, a community-based, multi-service agency that has served the Lower East Side and Chinatown communities since 1886. The Case Manager provides direct services to families and individuals facing housing instability and/or are dealing with a wide range of housing issues including eviction, lack a repairs, lease issues, lack of tenants' rights information, maintenance of housing subsides, and assistance with emergency housing issues to name a few. Direct services include tenants' rights counseling, landlord /tenant mediation, and advocacy in court or hearings and to secure/maintain benefits and entitlements, and crisis intervention. Responsibilities: Perform outreach, intake, and on-going assessment to understand tenants' needs and plan next steps to address housing needs. Mediate with landlords to achieve repairs, prevent evictions, and solve other housing problems; accompany tenants to Housing Court and advocate for fair outcomes and achieve safe housing conditions Assist with programmatic outreach and community education around housing issues Provide crisis intervention and counseling, rotating 24-hour emergency cell phone coverage Document all services provided to clients in writing; keep client files up to date; and provide regular statistical reporting on outcomes Coordinate with Project Home and other University Settlement staff for quality control and integration of services Assist in designing documents or forms for record-keeping and outreach purposes; assist in program planning, evaluation and administration Assist in outreach and implementation of special projects related to community leadership development, agency advocacy, housing organizing activities, and/or local/state campaigns to address social justice issues at a more macro-level Conduct outreach to participants, community organizations and housing linkages Perform other tasks consistent with this job description as assigned by the Director Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required (Social Work or related major preferred, but not required) Bi-lingual English/Spanish or Chinese required Excellent communication skills (verbal and written) Organization and follow-through Knowledge of housing and social welfare systems in New York City a plus Ability to work within a culturally diverse community and as part of a team Tenacious advocacy skills and a commitment to "case to cause" direct services perspective Hours: 35 hours/week, generally business hours but flexibility required for emergency services. Salary: High 30s plus generous benefits package
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY, USA
Head Teacher- UPK Supervisor: Program Director Overview: Park Slope North Child Development Center, located at 71 Lincoln Place, in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn serves children from ages 2 to 5 years old. The center serves children from a diverse population of families. We are seeking a head teacher for a three's class. Enthusiastic, innovative educators of young children are encouraged to apply. Teachers work together with team members to establish creative learning environments which are standards-based. Our center has a very diverse population of families and staff which enriches our learning community. Responsibilities: Implement curriculum to provide positive learning experiences for children Supervise Assistant Teacher, Teacher's Aide and volunteers/interns Plan and conduct daily classroom plans, maintain observation logs & other documentation Attend and participate in staff meetings and Staff Development training/workshops Assess the developmental needs of the children on a timely basis and plan activities to meet their individual needs Work with Education Director to ensure equipment and supplies are in good condition Participate in Parent Orientation and Parent-Teacher Conferences Assist with implementation of the program evaluation process Plan and use community resources that enrich the educational content of the program Promote sound parent relationships Work with children with special needs, attend case conferences and follow-up services Maintain good working relationships with supervisors and peers Work with supervisor in completing annual job performance evaluation of self and staff Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education or other related field required Master's Degree in Early Childhood Education One year teaching experience working with children (age 3-5) Must have initial ECE certification (birth-2) or valid New York State Permanent Certification or have an approved study plan working toward certification Hours: 35 hours per week Salary: Union Scale depending on education credits
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY, USA
Speech Therapist (Staten Island, the Bronx, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens) Supervisor: Director of Early Intervention Overview: Early Intervention is a publicly funded program for children birth to three years of age with a developmental delay or disability. It is administered in New York City by the Department of Health and follows New York State Guidelines. University Settlement provides home-based services to children in their homes or community setting. Our philosophy is to collaborate with families to incorporate therapeutic techniques in their daily activities to provide multiple opportunities for practice and learning in the natural environment. Responsibilities: The Speech Therapist will provide home-based services for children with delays in communication skills or with motor skills such as weakness of muscles around the mouth or swallowing. Qualifications: Master's degree required Certificate of Clinical Competency Professional licensure in New York State Minimum of 2 years' experience working with children less than 5 years old Bilingual Spanish, Cantonese or Mandarin speakers are preferred Hours: Flexible Salary: Negotiable
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY, USA
Physical Therapist (The Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island) Supervisor: Director of Early Intervention Overview: Early Intervention is a publicly funded program for children birth to three years of age with a developmental delay or disability. It is administered in New York City by the Department of Health and follows New York State Guidelines. University Settlement provides home-based services to children in their homes or community setting. Our philosophy is to collaborate with families to incorporate therapeutic techniques in their daily activities to provide multiple opportunities for practice and learning in the natural environment. Responsibilities: The Physical Therapist will provide home-based services for children to prevent or lessen movement difficulties and related functional problems. Qualifications: Master's degree required Professional licensure in New York State Minimum of 2 years' experience working with children less than 5 years old Bilingual Spanish, Cantonese or Mandarin speakers are preferred Hours: Flexible Salary: Negotiable
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY, USA
Occupational Therapist (Manhattan, the Bronx, Queens, Staten Island, Brooklyn) Supervisor: Director of Early Intervention Overview: Early Intervention is a publicly funded program for children birth to three years of age with a developmental delay or disability. It is administered in New York City by the Department of Health and follows New York State Guidelines. University Settlement provides home- based services to children in their homes or community setting. Our philosophy is to collaborate with families to incorporate therapeutic techniques in their daily activities to provide multiple opportunities for practice and learning in the natural environment. Responsibilities: The Occupational Therapist will provide home-based services to children that relate to self-help skills, adaptive behavior and play, and sensory, motor and postural development. Qualifications: Master's degree required Professional licensure in New York State Minimum of 2 years' experience working with children less than 5 years old Bilingual Spanish, Cantonese or Mandarin speakers are preferred Hours: Flexible Salary: Negotiable
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY, USA
ABA Therapist- Social Worker Supervisor: Director of Early Intervention Overview: Early Intervention is a publically funded program for children birth to three years of age with a delay or disability. It is administered in New York City by the department of Health and follows New York State Guidelines. University Settlement provides home- based services to children in their homes or community setting. The program offers Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Special Instruction, Social Work and Family Training Services to children and their parents or caregivers. Our philosophy is to collaborate with families to incorporate therapeutic techniques in their daily activities to provide multiple opportunities for practice and learning in the natural environment. Responsibilities: Provide Behavioral/ Educational/ Counseling Services (Service approved at IFSP) according to the Early Intervention Mandates and best practice principles. Submit timely and complete session notes for each session and enter billing in Providersoft. Attend IFSP meetings in the child's home twice a year and initial meetings when requested. Submit quarterly notes, with including assessment of the child's skills and areas of need, using appropriate testing/clinical opinion. Collaborate with families as partner in intervention including modeling, teaching, discussion and joint activities using embedded coaching. Participate in interdisciplinary team meetings when authorized Attend trainings at agency. Complete observation within 3 months of case assignment Participate in quarterly case reviews Complete comprehensive University Settlement ABA training Conduct ABA therapy as outlined in University Settlements ABA Manual Collect DTT data, conduct MAND trials, complete graphing, and generalization of skills and submit weekly. Participate in direct in-home supervision by the assigned supervisor/team leader. Use PS calendar/schedule to monitor case assignment and daily schedule. Report daily to assistant director case assignments. Qualifications: Master's degree in Early Childhood Special Education or Social Work License in Social Work (LMSW or LCSW) Minimum of 2 years' experience working with children less than 5 years old Bilingual Spanish, Cantonese or Mandarin speakers are preferred Hours: 35 hours per week Salary: Low to mid 40s
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY, USA
ABA Provider (Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island) Supervisor: Director of Early Intervention Overview: University Settlement provides a comprehensive network of services to over 20,000 people of all ages living on the Lower East Side. Its broad network of activities includes adult literacy classes, mental health counseling and intensive case management; group and family day care; support services to the formerly homeless; after-school and summer camp for children and teens; a senior center and a credit union. Early Intervention is a publicly funded program for children birth to three years of age with a delay or disability. It is administered in New York City by the department of Health and follows New York State Guidelines. University Settlement provides services to children in their homes or community. The program offers Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Special Instruction, Social Work and Family Training Services to children and their parents or caregivers. Our philosophy is to collaborate with families to incorporate therapeutic techniques in their daily activities to provide multiple opportunities for practice and learning in the natural environment. Responsibilities: Provide Educational Services according to the Early Intervention mandates and best practice principles. Submit timely and complete ABA session notes for each session. Attend IFSP meetings in the child's home twice a year. Submit quarterly notes, with including assessment of the child's skills and areas of need. Collaborate with families as partner in intervention including modeling, teaching, discussion and joint activities. Participate in interdisciplinary team meetings when authorized. Attend monthly trainings at agency. Complete 10 hours of observation within three months of case assignment. Participate in quarterly case reviews. Complete comprehensive University Settlement ABA training. Conduct ABA therapy as outlined in University Settlements ABA manual. Collect DTT data, conduct MAND trials, complete graphing, and generalization of skills. Participate in direct in-home supervision by the assigned supervisor/team leader. Qualifications: Master's Degree in Early Childhood Special Education/ Social Work Certification in New York State as TSLD, TSHH, Special Educator or License in Social Work (LMSW or LCSW). Hours: Flexible Salary: Fee paid per kept client, commensurate with clinical experience
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY, USA
Manager of Operations Supervisor: Senior Program Director Overview: Since 1886, University Settlement has been providing strengths-based community-based programs for children. Currently, the Settlement operates after-school programs for elementary and middle school children at several sites in Brooklyn and Manhattan. Reporting to the Senior Program Director, the Manager of Operations will develop and implement systems, policies and processes to support efficient operations for the Brooklyn Division. In collaboration with leadership and administrative offices, the Manager of Operations will oversee compliance related to funding sources, ensure adherence to the agency's fiscal practices and maintain a bird's eye view of Brooklyn's budget and financial transactions. This position requires a creative, energetic, systems thinker who is committed to efficiency that supports the highest quality of programming for children and families. Responsibilities: Implement and develop systems and policies to maximize efficiency and effectiveness of Division operations Assess and optimize Division and site-specific systems; support supervisors with capacity building as needed Support operations and administration by training staff across the Division on operational processes Manage compliance related to Department of Health and DYCD (Summer camp permits, waivers, etc.) and support site supervisors with all related processes Manage Division finances, ensuring adherence with USS fiscal practices Manage Division-wide purchasing, ensuring that purchases are in line with program budgets Act as liaison with IT to move forward technology initiatives and tasks across the division Monitor and manage Salesforce and support Division evaluation and reporting Train supervisors and Division staff according to USS fiscal and operational standards Support Division-wide leadership and strategic program planning Manage special projects and Division-wide capacity building initiatives Other duties as assigned supervisor Qualifications: Bachelor's degree preferred At least 3 years' experience developing systems and processes Demonstrated project management capability, with experience using tools like spreadsheets and databases to manage projects and communicate with stakeholders Demonstrated ability to work across levels of management and to effectively lead teams Experience in an administrative capacity in a youth development program Exemplary organizational, analytical and communication skills Hour: Full time Salary: Mid 40s
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY, USA
Supervisor of Academic Support Services Supervisor: Assistant Director of College Academic Services Overview: The goal of The Door's Career and Education Services Department is to support young people in completing secondary education and successfully transitioning into post-secondary education and employment. Programs within the Career and Education Services Department (CareerED) are designed to help young people, who are in school and out-of-school and out-of work, to assess, set, and obtain their educational and career goals. CareerED services specifically allow a young person to craft a personalized life plan defining the steps he/she will take to achieve those goals while developing the necessary skills for future life success and independence. In this capacity, the Supervisor of Academic Support Services will oversee all aspects of The Door's onsite and school-based academic support services provided through our Talent Search and Graduate Prepare Succeed - Attendance Improvement Drop-Out Prevention (AIDP) programs. In this capacity, the Supervisor of Academic Support Services will be responsible for management of AIDP staff, contractual performance, professional development, and program budgets, overseeing partnerships with GPS/AIDP schools, and recruitment, training, and supervision of supportive adult education partners (volunteers and tutors). Responsibilities: Provide supervision, training, and support to dedicated team of staff including school-based Learning Strategists, Counselors, and Family Engagement Specialists. Recruit, train, and provide on-going direction and support for volunteers, interns, peer tutors, and other community partners. Manage contracts or aspects of contracts related to academic support services and serve as liaison to funders, agencies and networking groups Develop, implement, and maintain data collection systems and prepare statistical reports to track AIDP Program and onsite tutoring and test preparation service delivery and outcomes on the Talent Search grant and ensure that all contractual/funding and organizational expectations are met on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis. Manage partnership and relationships with leadership team at each GPS-AIDP high school. Develop and oversee a dynamic learning space and literacy-based program activities (including tutoring, basic skill development classes and exam preparation services) for a diverse population of learners at The Door. Manage GPS-AIDP program budgets and incentive plan and event spending and documentation Act as a member of an interdisciplinary team to provide comprehensive academic services for special populations of students including GED students, learning disabled youth, and non-native English speakers; includes facilitating relationships between volunteers, interns, and participants. Work as part of the Career and Education Services supervisory team to ensure coordinated academic and career services. Collaborate with interdisciplinary staff in the development and facilitation of agency-wide programming and events Handle any appropriate responsibilities and functions as assigned by Supervisor Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree required, Master's degree in Education or related field preferred 3-5 years' experience in the field of Education, both in school and out of school time settings Experience managing college preparation, tutoring, and/or adult literacy programs and achieving results for low-income, out-of-school youth Knowledgeable of and ability to apply positive youth development principles to working with young people Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Demonstrated understanding of the principles of positive youth development Ability to participate as a member of an interdisciplinary team Willingness to travel to and from local high school and community partners Demonstrated skills in volunteer and intern training preferred. Ability to facilitate groups and other learning activities and foster team cohesion. Enthusiasm, creativity and initiative in working with young people Proficiency in Spanish, French, or Mandarin strongly preferred Hours: Monday through Friday, 35 hours per week, occasional evening and weekend hours as needed. Salary: Commensurate with experience, plus generous benefits
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY, USA
Group Leader- Beacon Supervisor: Beacon Program Director Overview: Since 1886, University Settlement has been providing a variety of effective and strengths-based community based programs for children. Currently, the Settlement operates after-school programs for elementary school children. We are expanding the program to accommodate middle and high school students in grades 6th -12th with the opening of additional after- school sites. The Group Leader will be responsible for ensuring the safety and engagement of children aged 10-17. The program will provide academic support; artistic, athletic, cultural, and athletic enrichment; therapeutic services; and opportunities for family involvement. The position requires a creative, energetic, team-building leader committed to providing the highest quality of programming for children and families. Responsibilities: Create and lead engaging activities for up to 20 youth, ensuring safety and comfort of students throughout program Design and implement lesson plans for multidisciplinary activities using knowledge of positive youth development and incorporating student feedback throughout school year Ensure that academic assistance is provided during homework period Serve as a positive role model for youth and uphold professional behavior at all times Work constructively with co-counselor and other colleagues; communicate regularly with supervisory staff Communicate with parents and caregivers regarding student progress and problem solving Maintain responsibility for designated program supplies and proper use of all facilities, including classrooms Complete all necessary documentation and administrative tasks Other duties as assigned by the Supervisor(s) Qualifications: HS Diploma or HSE required, current enrollment in college is a plus Experience working with middle and high school population Ability to commit for the entire school year Must be over 18 years old Highly energetic, dynamic, and positive Hours: Monday- Thursday, 3-6PM; Friday 1-6PM Salary: $14.35 per hour Location: East Side Community High School