University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy

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University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY, USA
The Supervisor of College Services will be responsible for supervision of College advisors and day to day operations for our college access and success services at our partnership Talent Search high schools, The Door, and related collaborative projects within The Door and between The Door and University Settlement.  College Paths seeks to increase the number of youth from disadvantaged backgrounds who complete high school or equivalent and enroll in post-secondary education institutions of their choice.  In this role, the Supervisor of College Services will develop and maintain relationships with administrators at local high schools, school districts, post-secondary institutions, TRIO partners, and college access consortiums. They will monitor college access and retention service delivery, oversee the development of tutoring and mentoring programming in the Resource Center, and ensure that young people in Talent Search receive appropriate services based on their individual needs.Responsibilities:Supervise staff of college advisors, learning strategist, coach program assistant and part-time tutors providing individual and/or group college access and retention services to over 1,200 students annuallyProvide college advisement to a small caseload of studentsEnsure high quality of all college workshops, instructional and individual case management services delivered to high school students, parents, and out-of-school youth through observation, coaching, co-facilitation, case conferencing and data trackingOversee day to day operations of school based college access services and liaise regularly with school administrators, support staff and teachers to support on-site college advisors in coordinating servicesEnsure required hard copy and database documentation meets program and contract requirements Support Assistant Director in developing and executing a strategy for high school alumni engagement, identifying and recruiting program graduates attending college to participate in mentoring events for high school students, and connecting program graduates currently struggling in college to supportive institutional or community-based programsSupport Assistant Director in initiating and tracking program expenditures Participate in relevant departmental, agency, and external meetings, trainings, case conferences, workshops and events.   Handle any appropriate additional responsibilities and functions as assigned by Assistant DirectorQualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Psychology, Human Services or related field required. Master’s preferred.Minimum of two years of experience in college access or success required.Prior supervisory experience preferredDeep knowledge of college application and financial aid procedures and best practices in college readiness, including familiarity with the CUNY and SUNY systemsDemonstrated ability to develop new partnerships and/or enhance existing partnerships “Whatever It Takes” attitude to get young people to succeed in high school and collegeKnowledgeable of and able to apply positive youth development principles to working with young peopleCommitment to social, economic and racial justice and sensitivity to the needs of diverse low-income adolescents of color, many from vulnerable populations (foster-care, homeless, undocumented, court-involved)Excellent verbal and written communications skills; strong computer skills requiredSuperior organizational and project management skillsCreativity and initiativePersonal accountability for results and ability to inspire same in a teamProficiency in Spanish, French or Mandarin strongly preferredHours: Monday through Friday, 35 hours per week, with a minimum of one late night per week. University Settlement is one of New York City's most dynamic social justice institutions, with an impressive legacy as the first settlement house in the nation. For 130 years, University Settlement has been an anchor in the low-income and immigrant communities where we work, offering pioneering programs in early childhood care and education, youth development, eviction prevention, literacy, theater and visual arts, senior services, and mental health. Each year, we engage over 40,000 New Yorkers through our network of 31 sites in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Our mission is to empower the individuals we serve through comprehensive, quality services that strengthen families and meet the current needs of the community.The goal of The University Settlement and Door’s Career and Education Services Department is to support young 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.  
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY, USA
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 relationshipsThe primary role of the Dean of Students is to support student learning and instruction in conjunction with the Dean of Culture through the No Nonsense Nurturing, CHAMPION Model® and restorative practices at BSA.  The Dean of Students will facilitate the continuous improvement of academic achievement by managing school discipline and focusing on improving student character insuring use of this restorative model of behavioral change.   He/she will do this by helping both students, and their families to internalize and practice the school's mission and values.  The Dean of Students will play an active role in monitoring and tracking students' compliance with the BSA Code of Conduct both inside and outside of the classroom.  He/she will support the faculty by taking initiative to support teachers as they address behavior problems empower students in positive engagement strategies and contribute to the learning experience in the classroom.  The Dean of Students will handle all disciplinary matters, including tracking and managing school-wide consequences, detentions, suspensions, and parent interactions as they relate to discipline during and after school in collaboration with the Door.
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY, USA
University Settlement Society of New York is one of New York City’s most dynamic human services institutions, with an impressive legacy as the first settlement house in the country, serving over 40,000 New Yorkers with a range of critical social services at 31 sites across Manhattan and Brooklyn. Together, these sites offer a comprehensive network of programs that includes quality early childhood programs, afterschool and youth development programs, extensive mental health services, eviction prevention and benefits assistance, adult literacy, arts enrichment programs, support for the aging, and community center resources. In total, University Settlement operates $40 million in programming.The Door, founded in 1972, The Door is New York City’s premiere youth development organization, providing comprehensive support to 10,000 vulnerable New Yorkers ages 12 to 24 each year. Our integrated programs – quality health and wellness care, innovative education and career programs, essential legal services, runaway and homeless youth support, and cutting-edge arts opportunities – are under one roof and all for free. The Door’s mission is to empower young people to reach their potential by providing comprehensive youth services in a diverse and caring environment. We recognize the importance of working beyond a young person’s vulnerabilities to help them develop connections to positive, supportive relationships and challenging, meaningful experiences.In partnership with and co-located at The Door, Broome Street Academy is 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. Broome Street Academy serves 330 students annually in grades 9 – 12.Successful events will serve to further strategic fundraising objectives by cultivating current and prospective donors. The Assistant Director of Events will be a member of the Development team and will work closely with the Special Events Coordinator to plan and execute all fundraising events across University Settlement, The Door, and Broome Street Academy. Responsibilities:Supervise all aspects of the organizations’ existing annual fundraising events, as well as build out new events that help cultivate and engage existing and new donorsUnder direction of the Managing Director of Institutional Advancement, develop plans in support of all fundraising events and activitiesBuild and maintain effective working relationships with the board of directors and engage board members to leverage their personal and corporate contactsCreate meaningful opportunities for board members to engage in fundraising planning, strategy and activityWork closely with the Communications team to ensure that all special events materials (both print and online) are consistent, compelling and effectively support the organizations’ fundraising effortsManage and grow a portfolio of donors and event attendees, prospects and gifts-in-kind through the cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of donorsManage budgets for events and activities and ensure the revenue and expense targets are metClosely monitor events calendar with a detailed timeline for each event; share event status and information with organization and all stakeholdersOversee and coordinate services for events, such as: accommodation and transportation for participants, facilities, catering, signage, displays, name tags, special needs requirements and event security. Ensure compliance with applicable regulations and lawsQualifications:Bachelor’s Degree requiredAt least five years’ hands-on development experience, in particular with special events or individual donorsSelf-starter with a sense of urgency, a clear set of priorities, a strong work ethic, and the ability to adapt to changing circumstances in a highly collaborative environmentDemonstrated ability to envision an ambitious strategy to use events to cultivate donors and build reputation, and execute on that strategyDemonstrated track record of successful philanthropic fundraising including planning for, growing and managing a successful development programSuccess in soliciting and securing support from individuals
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY, USA
University Settlement Society of New York is one of New York City’s most dynamic human services institutions, with an impressive legacy as the first settlement house in the country, serving over 40,000 New Yorkers with a range of critical social services at 31 sites across Manhattan and Brooklyn. Together, these sites offer a comprehensive network of programs that includes quality early childhood programs, afterschool and youth development programs, extensive mental health services, eviction prevention and benefits assistance, adult literacy, arts enrichment programs, support for the aging, and community center resources. In total, University Settlement operates $40 million in programming.The Door, founded in 1972, The Door is New York City’s premiere youth development organization, providing comprehensive support to 10,000 vulnerable New Yorkers ages 12 to 24 each year. Our integrated programs – quality health and wellness care, innovative education and career programs, essential legal services, runaway and homeless youth support, and cutting-edge arts opportunities – are under one roof and all for free. The Door’s mission is to empower young people to reach their potential by providing comprehensive youth services in a diverse and caring environment. We recognize the importance of working beyond a young person’s vulnerabilities to help them develop connections to positive, supportive relationships and challenging, meaningful experiences.In partnership with and co-located at The Door, Broome Street Academy is 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. Broome Street Academy serves 330 students annually in grades 9 – 12.A particular focus area for the organization(s) today is the expansion of our major donor program. We are seeking a talented Managing Director of Institutional Advancement to lead strategic efforts in cultivating and maintaining strong relationships with individual donors. Working in partnership with the CEO and executive teams, the Managing Director will develop and implement a strategy to engage individuals in our organizations’ work with the goal of gaining their financial investment. Responsibilities:Plan, direct and oversee all private fundraising initiatives, including individual giving program, special events, corporate giving, leadership giving and annual appealsServe as a senior leader on the Development team, help to shape the overall Agency development planExpand the strategy that will attract individual donors and build sustainable, long-term philanthropic relationships between the organizations and its major donors, while meeting annual and campaign fundraising objectivesCultivate long-term relationships with prospects through individual visits, personalized correspondence and participation in cultivation programs and events to educate donors about the needs and priorities of the organization(s)Supervise and direct the work of the Assistant Director of Events and Donor Relations ManagerPartner with Communications team to develop a multi-faceted communications plan to attract, retain and increase the support of individual donors and create a pipeline of prospective major donors  Shepherd fundraising efforts for select programs and funders, including prospecting and research, to identify new sources of support, proposal and report writing, and donor managementCreate engagement strategies, gift ideas, messaging and a case for support – from challenges to matches to auctions to naming opportunitiesDevelop statistical and financial materials and assess the costs and benefits of various fundraising activitiesEngage Board members in the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of prospective donorsWork in conjunction with CEO, executive teams and members of the Board to recruit and retain new Board membersQualifications: Bachelor’s Degree required;  advanced degree preferredFive to seven years’ experience in non-profit major gifts fundraising, donor development, annual fund development; related experience will be considered Demonstrated track record of successful philanthropic fundraising including planning for, growing and managing a successful development programProven track record of planning and organizing special eventsSuccess in soliciting and securing support from individuals Excellent communications skills, including the ability to make persuasive presentations to donors, board members and other audiencesCandidate must have exceptional interpersonal abilities as well as strong organizational skillsDemonstrated ability to set priorities, organize workload and manage competing demandsMust be able to work evenings and weekends as necessaryProficiency with MS Word, Excel, Outlook and Power PointKnowledge and experience working with Raiser’s Edge preferredCommitment to the missions of University Settlement, The Door and Broome Street Academy
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy 184 Eldridge Street, New York, NY, USA
Overview:     University Settlement is one of New York City's most dynamic social justice institutions, with an impressive legacy as the first settlement house in the nation. For 130 years, University Settlement has been an anchor in the low-income and immigrant communities where we work, offering pioneering programs in early childhood care and education, youth development, eviction prevention, literacy, theater and visual arts, senior services, and mental health. Each year, we engage over 40,000 New Yorkers through our network of 31 sites in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Our mission is to empower the individuals we serve through comprehensive, quality services that strengthen families and meet the current needs of the community.Responsibilities:Receives clients in waiting areaVerifies clients’ insurance on a consistent monthly basisUpdates client demographics and profiles in chart and in electronic health and scheduling recordContacts clients to remind them of appointments and monitors daily client visits using electronic health recordPrepares reports as requested including reports for Quality Assurance and Continuing Quality Improvement projects.Serves as an intermediary between supervisor and other departmental staff by transmitting written and oral requests, messages and instructions Assists in monitoring program expenditures and informs supervisor of irregularitiesQuality Assurance:  Monitor the correct organization of open and closed client charts; assures that client confidentiality is maintainedProcesses daily transportation remittance through Finance departmentProcesses daily self pay accounts  Screens all telephone inquiries and routes to appropriate individual for response and maintains telephone log as required by programAssists with office duties, i.e.: word processing, filing, faxing, and copying when necessaryPrepares all client records for admission and for psychiatristsCollaborate with other EHR leads and project managers to ensure processes and technical solutions are effectively integratedAssures consistent standards and efficiency in data entry across data systemsPerforms other duties as assigned by the Clinical Director and Assistant DirectorQualifications: High School diploma or equivalent required, Associate’s Degree preferredOne to two years office experience preferredBilingual English / SpanishMust be adept with computer data entry with knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel programsExpertise in adopting a new electronic health record: testing, training, and coordinating strongly preferredGood communication and organizational skillsMust be sensitive and respectful to people with mental health issues
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy 121 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY, USA
Overview:  University Settlement is one of New York City's most dynamic social justice institutions, with an impressive legacy as the first settlement house in the nation. For 130 years, University Settlement has been an anchor in the low-income and immigrant communities where we work, offering pioneering programs in early childhood care and education, youth development, eviction prevention, literacy, theater and visual arts, senior services, and mental health. Each year, we engage over 40,000 New Yorkers through our network of 31 sites in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Our mission is to empower the individuals we serve through comprehensive, quality services that strengthen families and meet the current needs of the community. University Settlement’s College Paths program seeks to increase the number of youth from disadvantaged backgrounds who complete high school or equivalent and enroll in post-secondary education institutions of their choice. The program is hosted at University Settlement’s sister agency The Door, whose mission is to empower young people to reach their potential by providing comprehensive youth development services in a diverse and caring environment.As part of the University Settlement Society College Paths program at The Door, the Intake and Operations assistant will support the College Paths team by through administrative work and some direct interaction with youth. This person will welcome new participants to the College Paths program, help them complete intake paperwork, schedule appointments with college advisors, and provide coverage as needed to monitor and support young people participating in academic services like tutoring. The Intake and Operations Assistant will also enter intake data and support the team with data management and other administrative responsibilities. Responsibilities:Facilitate intake for new young people enrolling in Talent Search, connecting them to college advisors and academic support services and scheduling follow-up appointmentsEnter intake data into Salesforce database and assist with overall data managementProvide general administrative and operational support to the Talent Search teamConduct outreach to internal and external stakeholders as needed based on program needsAssist in the coordination of special events (volunteer orientations, fairs, trips).Work with program supervisors and collaborate with other staff to connect students to other Door programs beyond Talent Search and support their ongoing engagementProvide feedback and suggestions for program improvement.Participate in Talent Search staff meetings as available.Assist Talent Search staff in communicating with Spanish-speaking studentsAssist supervisor as needed.Qualifications:High School Diploma or HSE required, Bachelor’s degree preferredInterest in working with urban youth, and sensitivity to the needs and interests of the diverse young people who comprise The Door’s membership populationGood computer skills. Familiarity with Salesforce or other case management databases (i.e ETO, ClientTrack) is a plus.Prior work or volunteer work with adolescents preferredHighly organized and flexible Knowledgeable of and able to apply positive youth development principles to working with young peopleProficiency in Spanish, French, or Mandarin preferred Hours: 35 hours per week
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy 424 East 147th Street, Bronx, NY, USA
Overview:  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 each year. Our mission is to empower young adults to reach their full potential by providing comprehensive youth development services in a diverse and caring environment. 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. By providing participants with our suite of integrated services, we seek to provide any motivated young person with the tools, resources, and opportunities needed to successfully transition to adulthood. 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 Career Advancement Coach is responsible for providing intensive support, mentoring, coaching, and case management services to assist Bronx Youth Center participants to successfully move up an education and occupation ladder towards economic self-sufficiency.  Specifically, the Career Advancement Coach will help young adults earn their High School Equivalency degree, enroll college, and/or obtain internships, jobs and advanced occupational skills training as well as provide retention support services after a young person is placed in college or employment. In this capacity, the Career Advancement Coach will be the primary point person for the young person during the duration of his/her participation at The Bronx Youth Center working closely with  instructors, learning strategists, internship, college, and job placement staff at The Bronx Youth Center to ensure the young person is meeting his/her career and education goals.  Responsibilities:Conduct initial assessments and work with a caseload of young people to develop and achieve benchmarked individualized educational and career goal plans.Monitor and track participants’ attendance, progress and achievement of career and education goal plans from point of enrollment in services at The Bronx Youth Center through post-placement retention.  Provide case management services including information, referrals, assistance in accessing child care, health, mental health, and other support service that will assist participants to achieve career and education goals.  This may include site visits to courts, hospitals, schools, or work sites for mandatory and celebratory events.Facilitate career readiness, professional development, and life skills workshops for participants; ensure participants complete a professional development portfolio.Collect and maintain all participant documentation, case management records, progress notes, and outcomes data as related to Bronx Youth Center program goals and contractual obligations.Work as part of an interdisciplinary team with instructional team, employment and post-secondary education staff to ensure participants’ education and career needs, interests, and goals are being met; participate in case conferencing.Participate in recruitment, orientation and intake efforts for The Door’s Bronx Youth Center career, education and Academy programming.Conduct prospecting, screening, and enrollment of young people for performance-based contracts.Conduct site visits to employment, training, and education sites to provide support, verify employment/attendance, and obtain documentation.Develop a transitional or exit service plan for participants who have successfully completed or no longer able to participate in career and education services at The Door’s Bronx Youth Center.Provide coverage and support during program activities; develop and facilitate community meetings, award ceremonies, alumni gatherings, and other special events.Provide feedback to Bronx Youth Center leadership team regarding young people’s education and placement experiences, challenges, and successes, to help inform the content and structure of program services.Support college level and/or high school interns that will work with each respective team on completing set administrative functions.Participate in relevant departmental, agency, and external agency meetings, trainings, case conferences, workshops and events.   Handle any appropriate additional responsibilities and functions as assigned by Supervisor and/or Director. Qualifications and Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Sociology, Urban Policy, Education or related field strongly preferred  or extensive related professional experienceTwo years experience in youth development, preferably employment, career oriented programs and/or youth development programs requiredKnowledgeable of and ability to apply positive youth development principles to working with young peoplePrior experience in a social service setting working with a multi-cultural young adult populationPrior experience in working with a vulnerable youth populations (foster care, court involved, runaway and homeless or teen parent, etc.)Prior experience providing education/employment-related case management, career readiness, and employment retention servicesDemonstrated understanding and practice of the principles of positive youth development.Experience with performance based contracts.Ability to create and facilitate workshops and trainings Ability to closely collaborate with colleagues and function as part of a team to promote successful outcomes for youthAbility to model work readiness skills and appropriate work place behavior at all timesAbility to work well in a fast paced environment and multitask while adhering to deadlinesExcellent verbal and written communications skills; strong computer skills requiredDemonstrated ability to exercise sound judgmentProficiency in Spanish, French or Mandarin strongly preferredBYC 
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy 555 Broome Street, New York, NY, USA
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 each year. Our mission is to empower young adults to reach their full potential by providing comprehensive youth development services in a diverse and caring environment. 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. By providing participants with our suite of integrated services, we seek to provide any motivated young person with the tools, resources, and opportunities needed to successfully transition to adulthood.The EPOCH Program is designed to help a young person assess, set and obtain their educational and career goals. It specifically allows 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 Learning Strategist will be responsible for all aspects of our infused career and education class.  In this capacity, this person will develop program curriculum and facilitation instruction that incorporates HSE preparation and work readiness skills development to enable youth to achieve their education and career goals.For more information please visit: Learning Strategist
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy 184 Eldridge Street, New York, NY, USA
Overview: University Settlement is one of New York City's most dynamic social justice institutions, with an impressive legacy as the first settlement house in the nation. For 130 years, University Settlement has been an anchor in the low-income and immigrant communities where we work, offering pioneering programs in early childhood care and education, youth development, eviction prevention, literacy, theater and visual arts, senior services, and mental health. Each year, we engage over 40,000 New Yorkers through our network of 31 sites in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Our mission is to empower the individuals we serve through comprehensive, quality services that strengthen families and meet the current needs of the community.         The Zero to Three Child Development program integrates Early Head Start and Family Child Care services into a single program that offers full-day home-based child care 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 home-based child care, and Home visits to families and family child care providers. Responsibilities:Manage a caseload of families and conduct home visitsCoordinate parent/family involvement with Parent Provider conference workshops and activitiesTake some program-wide responsibilities that may include annual events, parent/child groups, etc.Develop consistent, stable and supportive relationships with families and childrenBe part of a team in assessing family needs and child developmental statusBe part of a team in developing an individualized family/child plan addressing family and child needsProvide appropriate services to families/children based on the individualized family planWork closely with families on specific issues and difficulties those individual families are experiencingProvide families with appropriate referrals and follow-up with families and service providers on referralsProvide workshops to families and staffAssist in the recruitment of familiesAssist in developing the Parent Council and other parent support groupsMaintain proper documentation on families and childrenOther duties as requested by supervisor to fulfill job responsibilities Qualifications: BA in Early Childhood Education, Social Work, Human Development or related fieldKnowledge of child development birth to three.Two to three years of experience working with families in a supportive and empowering environment.Bilingual Spanish required Hours: Full time (35 hours per week) 
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY, USA
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 each year. Our mission is to empower young adults to reach their full potential by providing comprehensive youth development services in a diverse and caring environment. 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. By providing participants with our suite of integrated services, we seek to provide any motivated young person with the tools, resources, and opportunities needed to successfully transition to adulthood. The Care Navigator and Drop-in Assistant is an integral part of the Runaway and Homeless Youth Drop-in program. This position helps connect members to appropriate crisis or case management services and provides basic needs services, such as showers, clothing, laundry and food to members of the drop-in program.. The Care Navigator and Drop-in  Assistant also assists the Assistant Director and Supervisor in maintaining the Drop-in program’s records, keeping inventory and ordering supplies, and keeping the office organized and running smoothly. Responsibilities:Welcome clients to the Drop-in program and provide consistent coverage for the front desk in the Drop-in Center, ensuring  members are connected to appropriate crisis and case management services in a timely mannerProvide food, clothing, showers, and laundry services to membersSupervise door members while in the drop-in spaceEnsure all services are documented and trackedTake weekly inventory of all food, clothing, and hygiene supplies and place orders as appropriateManage petty cash, metrocards, and invoicing for the programOversee clothing closet volunteers and drop-in internsScreen telephone inquiries to the counseling center and route to appropriate individuals for responseAssist with office duties, i.e.: typing, filing and copying when necessaryAssist with lunchtime and Saturday drop-in activitiesPerform other duties as assigned by supervisor Qualifications High School diploma or equivalent required, associates or bachelors preferredKnowledge of and ability to apply positive youth development principles to working with young peopleAbility to establish good rapport with young people and staffAt least 2 years office experience and/or customer service experience preferredPrevious experience working with homeless or otherwise vulnerable youth populations preferredPrevious experience with computer data entry and database management strongly preferredMust be self-sufficient and a team playerExcellent communication and organizational skillsPersons who have previously experienced homelessness encouraged to applyProficiency in Spanish, French, or Mandarin Hours: 35 hours per week, Tuesday – Saturday 11am-7pmContact:  Submit cover letter and resume to APPLY 
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY, USA
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 Recruitment and Outreach Coordinator is responsible for providing outreach, recruitment, intensive support, mentoring, coaching, and case management services to assist participants to successfully move up an education and occupation ladder towards economic self-sufficiency.  Specifically, the Recruitment and Outreach Coordinator will work with participants who are part of our EPOCH team specifically working with participants who have been placed in retail employment to gain the skills and education needed for progression and career advancement.  In this capacity, the Recruitment and Outreach Coordinator will be the primary point person for the young person during the duration of his/her participation in EPOCH working closely with HSE instructors, learning strategists, career readiness instructors, job developers, college advisors, and employers to ensure the young person is meeting his/her career and education goals.  Responsibilities: Oversee outreach, recruitment, and enrollment of new participants into the Work Readiness and Customer Service program. Facilitate information and orientation sessions for potential participants.Participate in recruitment, orientation and intake efforts for Door career and education programming.Conduct prospecting, screening, and enrollment of young people for performance-based contracts.Conduct site visits to partner organizations to develop and maintain relationships for participant referrals.  Conduct initial assessments and work with a caseload of young people to develop and achieve benchmarked individualized educational and career goal plans and ensure that they are the right fit for the program.Provide individual and group career coaching sessions around successful job performance, career advancement pathways in the retail and culinary industries, connecting career progression with education, and other topics related to career advancement.Provide case management services including information, referrals, assistance in accessing child care, health, mental health, and other support service that will assist participants to achieve career and education goals.  This may include site visits to courts, hospitals, schools, or work sites for mandatory and celebratory event.Monitor and track participants’ attendance, progress and achievement of career and education goal plans from point of enrollment until program completion.  Facilitate career readiness, professional development, and life skills workshops for participants; ensure participants complete a professional development portfolio.Collect and maintain all participant documentation, case management records, progress notes, and outcomes data as related to EPOCH program goals and contractual obligations.Work as part of an interdisciplinary team with instructional team, placement staff, and college advisors to ensure participants’ education and career needs, interests, and goals are being met; participate in case conferencing.Develop a transitional or exit service plan for participants who have successfully completed or no longer able to participate in career and education services at The Door.Provide coverage and support during program activities; develop and facilitate community meetings, award ceremonies, alumni gatherings, and other special events.Provide feedback to Career and Education Services team regarding young people’s education and placement experiences, challenges, and successes, to help inform the content and structure of program services.Participate in relevant departmental, agency, and external agency meetings, trainings, case conferences, workshops and events.   Handle any appropriate additional responsibilities and functions as assigned by Supervisor and/or Director.Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Sociology, Urban Policy, Education or related field strongly preferred  or extensive related professional experienceTwo years’ experience in youth development, preferably employment, career oriented programs and/or youth development programs requiredKnowledgeable of and ability to apply positive youth development principles to working with young peoplePrior experience in a social service setting working with a multi-cultural young adult populationPrior experience in working with a vulnerable youth populations (foster care, court involved, runaway and homeless or teen parent, etc.)Prior experience providing education/employment-related case management, career readiness, and employment retention servicesDemonstrated understanding and practice of the principles of positive youth development.Experience with performance based contracts.Ability to create and facilitate workshops and trainings Ability to closely collaborate with colleagues and function as part of a team to promote successful outcomes for youthAbility to model work readiness skills and appropriate work place behavior at all timesAbility to work well in a fast paced environment and multitask while adhering to deadlinesExcellent verbal and written communications skills; strong computer skills requiredDemonstrated ability to exercise sound judgmentProficiency in Spanish, Mandarin, or French,  preferred Hours: 35 hours per week; a minimum of one late night a weekSubmit cover letter and resume to APPLY 
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY, USA
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 each year. Our mission is to empower young adults to reach their full potential by providing comprehensive youth development services in a diverse and caring environment. 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. By providing participants with our suite of integrated services, we seek to provide any motivated young person with the tools, resources, and opportunities needed to successfully transition to adulthood. 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 they will take to achieve those goals while developing the necessary skills for future life success and independence.  The Career Advancement Coach is responsible for providing intensive support, mentoring, coaching, and case management services to assist Bronx Youth Center participants to successfully move up an education and occupation ladder towards economic self-sufficiency.  Specifically, the Career Advancement Coach will help young adults earn their High School Equivalency degree, enroll college, and/or obtain internships, jobs and advanced occupational skills training as well as provide retention support services after a young person is placed in college or employment. In this capacity, the Career Advancement Coach will be the primary point person for the young person during the duration of their participation at The Bronx Youth Center working closely with  instructors, learning strategists, internship, college, and job placement staff at The Bronx Youth Center to ensure the young person is meeting their career and education goals.  Responsibilities:Conduct initial assessments and work with a caseload of young people to develop and achieve benchmarked individualized educational and career goal plansMonitor and track participants’ attendance, progress and achievement of career and education goal plans from point of enrollment in services at The Bronx Youth Center through post-placement retentionProvide case management services including information, referrals, assistance in accessing child care, health, mental health, and other support service that will assist participants to achieve career and education goals.  This may include site visits to courts, hospitals, schools, or work sites for mandatory and celebratory eventsFacilitate career readiness, professional development, and life skills workshops for participants; ensure participants complete a professional development portfolioCollect and maintain all participant documentation, case management records, progress notes, and outcomes data as related to Bronx Youth Center program goals and contractual obligationsWork as part of an interdisciplinary team with instructional team, employment and post-secondary education staff to ensure participants’ education and career needs, interests, and goals are being met; participate in case conferencingParticipate in recruitment, orientation and intake efforts for The Door’s Bronx Youth Center career, education and Academy programmingConduct prospecting, screening, and enrollment of young people for performance-based contractsConduct site visits to employment, training, and education sites to provide support, verify employment/attendance, and obtain documentationDevelop a transitional or exit service plan for participants who have successfully completed or no longer able to participate in career and education services at The Door’s Bronx Youth CenterProvide coverage and support during program activities; develop and facilitate community meetings, award ceremonies, alumni gatherings, and other special eventsProvide feedback to Bronx Youth Center leadership team regarding young people’s education and placement experiences, challenges, and successes, to help inform the content and structure of program servicesSupport college level and/or high school interns that will work with each respective team on completing set administrative functionsParticipate in relevant departmental, agency, and external agency meetings, trainings, case conferences, workshops and eventsHandle any appropriate additional responsibilities and functions as assigned by Supervisor and/or DirectorQualifications and Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Sociology, Urban Policy, Education or related field strongly preferred  or extensive related professional experienceTwo years experience in youth development, preferably employment, career oriented programs and/or youth development programs requiredKnowledgeable of and ability to apply positive youth development principles to working with young peoplePrior experience in a social service setting working with a multi-cultural young adult populationPrior experience in working with a vulnerable youth populations (foster care, court involved, runaway and homeless or teen parent, etc.)Prior experience providing education/employment-related case management, career readiness, and employment retention servicesDemonstrated understanding and practice of the principles of positive youth developmentExperience with performance based contractsAbility to create and facilitate workshops and trainings Ability to closely collaborate with colleagues and function as part of a team to promote successful outcomes for youthAbility to model work readiness skills and appropriate work place behavior at all timesAbility to work well in a fast paced environment and multitask while adhering to deadlinesExcellent verbal and written communications skills; strong computer skills requiredDemonstrated ability to exercise sound judgmentProficiency in Spanish, French or Mandarin strongly preferredSubmit cover letter and resume to APPLY  
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY, USA
University Settlement (www.universitysettlement.org), The Door (www.door.org), and Broome Street Academy (broomestreetacademy.org) are three affiliated New York City nonprofits that tackle the complex issues surrounding poverty for over 40,000 New Yorkers each year.We are seeking a Grant Writer to work as part of our dynamic Development team that manages foundation and government support for all three agencies. The ideal candidate will have superior writing and communications skills, with an emphasis on writing proposals. They will work in close partnership with program directors, senior management, Finance staff, and other members of the Development team to advance agency priorities. In this role, you will:Research and identify new funding opportunitiesWrite foundation and government grant proposals, reports, and letters of inquiryDevelop timelines and work plans for proposal development and grant management Requirements: Bachelor’s degree along with 2 years’ work experience in fundraising and/or grant writing. Passion for non-profit work in social services and drive to make a difference in the lives of the people of New York City.Think you are the one with the right combination of writing skills, critical thinking, research abilities, relational skills and passion? Submit two (2) writing samples along with resume and cover letter for consideration. Please submit resume, cover letter, and two writing samples to APPLY 
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy New York, NY 10013, USA
University Settlement is one of New York City's most dynamic social justice institutions, with an impressive legacy as the first settlement house in the nation. For 130 years, University Settlement has been an anchor in the low-income and immigrant communities where we work, offering pioneering programs in early childhood care and education, youth development, eviction prevention, literacy, theater and visual arts, senior services, and mental health. Each year, we engage over 40,000 New Yorkers through our network of 31 sites in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Our mission is to empower the individuals we serve through comprehensive, quality services that strengthen families and meet the current needs of the community.The Early Childhood Compliance Director will ensure that the early childhood center-based and home-based programs maintain the highest quality of health and safety standards of children in the child care environment. The Compliance Director will also ensure that all programs operate in compliance with NYC Health Code, NYS Social Service Regulations and Head Start Performance Standards. Reporting to the Associate Executive Director of Early Childhood Programs, this position will work to develop and implement operational health and safety monitoring systems that can be fully utilized to meet specifications established by regulatory guidelines.
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy 10002
Overview: University Settlement is one of New York City’s most dynamic social justice institutions, with an impressive legacy as the first settlement house in the nation.  For over 130 years, University Settlement has been an anchor in the low-income and immigrant communities where we work, offering pioneering programs in early childhood care and education, youth development, eviction prevention, literacy, theater and visual arts, senior services, and mental health.  Each year, we engage over 40,000 New Yorkers through our network of 31 sites in Manhattan and Brooklyn.  Our mission is to empower the individuals we serve through comprehensive, quality services that strengthen families and meet the current needs of the community.Responsibilities:     Provide evidence based and evidence supported individual, group and family therapy including insight oriented and supportive therapy to an ethnically and culturally diverse population, ranging in age from early childhood through late adulthood.Effectively engage new clinic clients.Conduct intakes and biopsychosocial evaluationsDevelop treatment plans for clients as indicated.Maintain reports and administrative and clinical records in accordance with OMH/DOH&MH standards, ensuring compliance with requirements and program policies.Facilitate intra/inter agency referrals as necessary.Advocate for patients with other community based organizations and governmental agencies, as indicated.Participate in staff meetings, case conferences, training seminars and individual supervisory meetings.Capacity to function as a member of an interdisciplinary team.Perform other duties as required by Clinic Director or Associate Director.            Qualifications:  Minimum of an advanced degree in social work (MSW) or related disciplineAn LMSW, LCSW, LMHC or LCAT (with psychotherapy experience) is requiredTwo to three years of post masters clinical experience in a mental health setting preferredExcellent oral and written communication skillsExperience with evidence-based treatment approachesExperience with treating children and adults in an outpatient settingMust be able to deliver and document sessions in Spanish and English.  Hours:     35 hours per week (Monday through Friday or Tuesday through Saturday)Three evening per week are required (11:30am to 7:30pm or 12pm-8pm)
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy Bronx, NY, USA
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 each year. Our mission is to empower young adults to reach their full potential by providing comprehensive youth development services in a diverse and caring environment. 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. By providing participants with our suite of integrated services, we seek to provide any motivated young person with the tools, resources, and opportunities needed to successfully transition to adulthood.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 Door’s 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 (BYC) aims to prepare out-of-school and out-of-work young people, with a special focus on system-involved youth, 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 Assistant Director for System-Involved Youth is responsible for overall management and outcomes achievement for young people who are involved in the foster care and/or juvenile justice systems or are experiencing homelessness and are receiving services through Bronx Youth Center, the EPOCH Program, and College Paths.  In this capacity, they will provide leadership, direction and oversight of The Door’s Annie E. Casey-funded Learn and Earn To Achieve Potential (LEAP) initiative, which aims to increase educational and employment opportunities for youth and young adults ages 14 to 25 who are in foster care, involved in the juvenile justice system, or who are homeless.  The Assistant Director will also be responsible for oversight of The Door’s Academy model for foster care youth at both the Bronx and Manhattan sites.  They will supervise the Supervisor of Foster Care Youth, Juvenile Justice Coordinator, and work with Career and Education programs in the Bronx and Soho to implement the Jobs for the Future’s Back on Track model focusing on preparing system-involved young people for post-secondary career pathways and to support them during their first year in post-secondary education or training. They will also work with Career and Education Programs in both locations to oversee the Academy model that supports youth aging out of foster care to be successful in career and education programs and access supportive housing. The Assistant Director requires an innovative and collaborative spirit and a demonstrated success in program development and program operations. This is an exciting leadership opportunity for an individual with a proven track record in education and workforce development who wants to work on innovative solutions to improve outcomes for the City’s more vulnerable youth. For more information please visit Assistant Director for System-Involved Youth
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy 10013
If you’re looking for a new challenge and the opportunity to impact the lives of over 40,000 New Yorkers every year, and you bring a breadth and depth of marketing and communications experience as well as demonstrable success, look no further.  You’re the kind of person we need to help lead our fast-paced, energetic, and committed team.We’re looking for a doer who’s eager to dig in every day and execute the day-to-day work, and who thrives in a constantly changing environment.  We’re looking for a leader who enjoys managing and inspiring their colleagues, is ready to captain complex projects, and wants to further develop their strategic abilities.You’ll be best in class with demonstrated skills in digital, social, public relations and fundraising developed over of 5+ years of full-time experience.  This is an important role on a 3-person team that juggles numerous daily requests from many different internal groups – we support University Settlement, The Door, and Broome Street Academy.  We work hard, move fast, and never know what today will bring while making sure to have fun, too.  And don’t forget the great benefits.For more information please visit: Marketing and Communications Manager 
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy Bronx, NY, USA
Overview: 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 each year. Our mission is to empower young adults to reach their full potential by providing comprehensive youth development services in a diverse and caring environment. 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. By providing participants with our suite of integrated services, we seek to provide any motivated young person with the tools, resources, and opportunities needed to successfully transition to adulthood.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 Career Advancement Coach is responsible for providing intensive support, mentoring, coaching, and case management services to Bronx Youth Center Participants to successfully move up an education and occupation ladder towards economic self-sufficiency.  Specifically, the Career Advancement Coach will help young adults earn their High School Equivalency degree, enroll college, and/or obtain internships, jobs and advanced occupational skills training as well as provide retention support services after a young person is placed in college or employment. In this capacity, the Career Advancement Coach will be the primary point person for the young person during the duration of his/her participation at The Bronx Youth Center working closely with  instructors, learning strategists, internship, college, and job placement staff at The Bronx Youth Center to ensure the young person is meeting his/her career and education goals.  Responsibilities:Conduct initial assessments and work with a caseload of young people to develop and achieve benchmarked individualized educational and career goal plans.Monitor and track participants’ attendance, progress and achievement of career and education goal plans from point of enrollment in services at The Bronx Youth Center through post-placement retention.  Provide case management services including information, referrals, assistance in accessing child care, health, mental health, and other support service that will assist participants to achieve career and education goals.  This may include site visits to courts, hospitals, schools, or work sites for mandatory and celebratory events.Facilitate career readiness, professional development, and Foster Care life skills related workshops for participants; ensure participants complete a professional development portfolio. Collect and maintain all participant documentation, case management records, progress notes, and outcomes data as related to The Bronx Youth Center program goals and contractual obligations. Work as part of an interdisciplinary team with instructional team, employment and post-secondary education staff to ensure participants’ education and career needs, interests, and goals are being met; participate in case conferencing.Participate in recruitment, orientation and intake efforts for The Door’s Bronx Youth Center programming. Conduct prospecting, screening, and enrollment of young people for performance-based contracts.Conduct site visits to employment, training, and education sites to provide support, verify employment/attendance, and obtain documentation. Develop a transitional or exit service plan for participants who have successfully completed or no longer able to participate in career and education services at The Door Provide coverage and support during program activities; develop and facilitate community meetings, award ceremonies, alumni gatherings, and other special events. Provide feedback to The Bronx Youth Center leadership team regarding young people’s education and placement experiences, challenges, and successes, to help inform the content and structure of program services.Support college level and/or high school interns that will work with each respective team on completing set administrative functions.Participate in relevant departmental, agency, and external agency meetings, trainings, case conferences, workshops and events.   Handle any appropriate additional responsibilities and functions as assigned by Supervisor and/or Director.Qualifications and Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in social work required.  Two  years’ experience in providing wraparound services, preferably employment and career oriented  services to Foster Care youth Prior experience in a social service setting working with a multi-cultural young adult populationKnowledgeable of and ability to apply positive youth development principles to working with young peoplePrior experience in working with a vulnerable youth populations (foster care, court involved, runaway and homeless or teen parent, etc.)Prior experience providing education/employment-related case management, career readiness, and employment retention services Demonstrated understanding and practice of the principles of positive youth development. Experience with performance based contracts. Ability to create and facilitate workshops and trainings  Ability to closely collaborate with colleagues and function as part of a team to promote successful outcomes for youthAbility to model work readiness skills and appropriate work place behavior at all timesAbility to work well in a fast paced environment and multitask while adhering to deadlines Excellent verbal and written communications skills; strong computer skills requiredDemonstrated ability to exercise sound judgmentProficiency in Spanish, French or Mandarin strongly preferredHours:  35 hours per week; occasionally evenings and weekends Contact:  Please send resume and cover letter to APPLY                NO CALLS PLEASE
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy Bronx, NY, USA
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 each year. Our mission is to empower young adults to reach their full potential by providing comprehensive youth development services in a diverse and caring environment. 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. By providing participants with our suite of integrated services, we seek to provide any motivated young person with the tools, resources, and opportunities needed to successfully transition to adulthood.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 Job Placement Specialist will develop and maintain relationships with employers with hiring needs suited to young adult job seekers with foster care backgrounds and work with these job seekers to obtain employment.   For more information please visit Job Placement Specialist at BYC
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Acadmy 10013
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 each year. Our mission is to empower young adults to reach their full potential by providing comprehensive youth development services in a diverse and caring environment. 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. By providing participants with our suite of integrated services, we seek to provide any motivated young person with the tools, resources, and opportunities needed to successfully transition to adulthood.  The RHY Supervisor will oversee outreach and case management staff; and the implementation of services to run away, homeless, and at-risk youth at The Door.   Responsibilities:Supervise provision of outreach and case management services to at least 1,700 runaway, homeless, and at-risk youth annuallyMeet with Assistant Director regularly to define and shape the direction of the program Act as liaison between program staff and assistant director Recruit, hire, train, supervise, and evaluate case management and outreach staff as delegated by assistant director Design and implement new program activities, including Saturday drop-in hours, as suggested by assistant director Assist with data collection, programmatic grant compliance and reportingRecruit, hire, train, and supervise MSW Case Management internsSupport RHY program by assisting with behavior management of drop-in space, as well as basic needs servicesAssist with intake, lunch program, and direct case management when neededEnsure quality control of programmatic activities Develop linkages with outside organizations and agencies and maintain up to date resource informationIntegrate and coordinate agency services to support the needs of runaway and homeless youthAttend and participate in all programmatic and agency-wide meetings and trainingsImplement and support all agency policies and decisions as defined by management Represent The Door at outside events and functions, as needed Any other activities as defined by Assistant Director Qualifications:Master’s Degree in social work or related fieldMSW  required, SIFI eligibility preferredKnowledge of and ability to apply positive youth development principles to working with young peopleExperience with urban homeless youth and LGBTQ  population, including assessment, counseling and case management, demonstrated by a minimum of 3 years of service deliveryMinimum of 2 years supervisory experience Demonstrate an understanding of and practice the principals of positive youth developmentExperience managing City, State and Federal grants is preferredExcellent communication skillsProficiency in Spanish, Mandarin, or French preferred