University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Academy

65 job(s) at University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Academy

University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Academy New York, NY, USA
The Assistant Director will be located at our newest location (the Max Meltzer Senior Center) to provide daily planning, support, and monitoring of all programming at the new location and to support the Program Director and overall integration of older adult services across sites. The ideal candidate will be high-energy and engaging, work independently and be able to roll up their sleeves to provide the day-to-day services of the operation when needed. Responsibilities:Program planning, implementation, and monitoring to ensure high-quality services aimed at keeping older adults, healthy, happy, connected, and full participants in their communityMonitoring of staff performance levels with respect to contract mandates, workloads, and program qualityConduct participant outreach and intakesCase assistance for participants including: benefit and entitlement applications, referrals, advocacy, and crisis interventionTimely reporting to all funders and partnersData entry to monitor older adult’s participation and program outcomesOpen and close the facility. Ensure the center is clean, welcoming, and well maintained. Schedule and report any facilities issues to the appropriate partiesNetwork and develop relationships with outside partners, program collaborators and the Tenant Association Keep extermination, AED, Fire Drill, and other logbooks up to dateSupport integration of all older adult services settlement wide and within the Neighborhood Center and Satellite sites through participation in LEARN, Social Service, and coalition meetings.Assume day-to-day responsibility for program operations in the absence of the Program DirectorFill in for Program  Associate as needed; assist with serving mealsSupervise volunteers and internsOther duties as assigned by Director Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Social Work or related field required2 - 4 years  experience working with adults or older adults within program development; should have passion for working with the adult populationSupervisory experience preferredBilingual in Spanish OR Cantonese OR Mandarin REQUIRED (spoken and written)Excellent computer and organizational skills (MS Office Suite)Excellent verbal and written communication skillsCreative, innovative, and flexible. A sense of humor a plus.Should have/get NYC DOH Food Handlers Card and AED/CPR training
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Academy New York, NY, USA
We are seeking an Information Services Manager who will be an expert in Salesforce, the relationship management tool University Settlement and our affiliated organization, The Door uses to track clients and outcomes.  The ideal candidate will be a resource for program staff, providing ongoing operational assistance and advanced technical issue resolution.  The Information Services Manager will create documentation on database protocol to streamline agency-wide operations, manage small and large-scale in-house Salesforce implementations, and work strategically with programs to develop agency-wide data metrics and evaluation tools. ResponsibilitiesSalesforce and Systems AdministrationManage small and large-scale Salesforce implementations for various programsWork with program teams and/or external consultants to design innovative technology solutions for programsServe as an internal expert on Salesforce and other third party toolsProvide technical understanding of data structures and data modelingPerform administrator functions such as user management, profiles, roles, permissions, configuration, declarative automation, and storage managementIdentify and resolve data and/or system issues that affect multiple programs across the agencyCreate documentation on processes and policies to maintain data integrity Program Partnership and Strategy Support an agency culture shift towards one which embraces evaluation and data as a method for learning and continuous improvementPartner with program staff  and other teams on process improvements to improve data qualityDevelop metrics and methods to collect and analyze program data to evaluate program performance and quality, within programs and across programs where possibleUnderstand strategic program/agency initiatives and develop solutions to track and measure progress towards goalsEstablish positive working relationships and provide ongoing support for Salesforce usersWork with program managers to strengthen practices and systems for program and contract compliance Reporting and Support Integrate data across platforms to streamline reporting to external agenciesBuild and generate ad-hoc reports for programs and administrationDesign, develop, and manage report and dashboard solutions to ensure that employees at all levels of the organization have the information they need to make decisionWork with all levels of staff to ensure an understanding of all technology solutionsConduct end user trainings as neededOther functions and responsibilities as assigned by supervisor Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in related field required Minimum of 4 years Salesforce Administration, preferably in a non-profit environmentSalesforce certified professional requiredKnowledge of Apex, Lighting, and Visualforce preferredExperience transitioning from Classic to Lightning on SFDC a plusAdvanced SQL administration skills preferredKnowledge of SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) and SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) preferredDemonstrated ability to design and write technical end-user documentationExcellent customer service and communication skillsAbility to interface and work well with all levels of staff while maintaining confidentialityAdvanced skills in Microsoft Office Suite particularly Word and ExcelAbility to work with and manipulate large data setsProject management experience preferredStrong analytical, organizational and problem solving skillsAttention to detail and adherence to department policies and procedures
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Academy New York, NY, USA
Project Home is a blended program that combines the following services: homelessness prevention for families and individuals at-risk of eviction; general short-term housing counseling and social services; leadership development and advocacy.  We are part of University Settlement, a community-based, multi-service agency that has served the Lower East Side community since 1886. Benefits Case Worker is a shared position between Project Home and The Door, our sister youth development organization. The Door offers integrated, wraparound services free of charge to any NYC young person between the ages of 12 – 23 including: reproductive health care, mental health counseling, legal assistance, college prep, career development, sports and recreational activities, to name a few. The Benefits Case Worker will provide direct services to young people and their families to help connect them to any and all benefits and entitlement which they may be eligible. Direct services will include (but not be limited to): application assistance and advocacy for apply for or maintain: Public Assistance, food stamps, medical insurance, any relevant housing subsidies. Responsibilities:Perform outreach, intake, assessment, and develop short-term individualized service plansAssist young people and their families to access public benefits through on-site support at various sites across NYC; provide advocacy, information and referral concerning health, housing, public entitlements, and other system issues or service needs; assist participants in the development and use of personal and community resources; teach and enhance problem-solving and self-advocacy skillsCollaborate with staff at US and TD to ensure close case communication to work together to achieve case goals.Document all services provided to clients in writing; keep client files up to date; and provide regular statistical reporting on outcomesCoordinate with Project Home and TD staff for quality control and integration of servicesPerform 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)Bilingual (Spanish) requiredExcellent communication skills (verbal and written)Organization and follow-throughKnowledge of social welfare systems in New York CityAbility to work within a culturally diverse community and as part of a team; knowledge of and ability to apply positive youth development principles to working with young peopleTenacious advocacy skills and an ability to work independently Hours:  35 hours per week, generally business hours but flexibility required for emergency services. 
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Academy New York, NY, USA
Responsibilities:Enter Cash ReceiptsCodify receipts for deposits and prepare deposit slipsResponsible for distribution and reconciliation of MetroCards, Petty Cash & Credit UnionPrepare journal entries as neededAssist Accountants in obtaining accounts payable information for monthly vouchers as neededAssemble materials and records for program fiscal audits as neededServe as a back-up for picking up and delivery inter agency mail as neededServe as a back-up to the Purchasing Agent and to other Accounting Clerks as neededAnswer telephone as neededExecute other assignments as requested by supervisor Qualifications:Associates Degree required; Bachelors preferredOne to three years in bookkeeping experience preferredProficient in Microsoft Excel and Microsoft WordGood arithmetic skillsGood communication and organizational skills
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Academy New York, NY, USA
In conjunction with the Head of School and other school leaders of Broome Street Academy, the Data and Evaluation Associate will formulate and ultimately answer key research questions that will help the school evaluate the success of its model.  The Associate will be well-versed in data systems but will also possess the skills to identify and refine key data points, to propose strategies to overcome any obstacles to data collection, and to work to isolate the impact of different types of interventions on academic outcomes.  These interventions may be either academic or non-academic, and the school’s partnership and co-location with The Door, a comprehensive youth development organization, will be a key area of study.  This position will play a lead role in reporting and overall accountability to the board, the school’s authorizer and other public and private stakeholders.  Responsibilities:Direct the design and implementation of new and existing data management systems  and reports through Broome Street Academy’s data collection to identify and analyze trends in student data.Guide The Academy on the types of data points needed for collection in order to evaluate the school based on its accountability plan.Analyze and evaluate school data and assist the instructional team with creating a data-driven instructional environment.Evaluate data and prepare written annual reports to the State University of New York, The New York State Education Department and the New York City Department of Education.Create a performance dashboard which is updated monthly for the meetings of the Board of Trustees.Oversee data entry and assist with data audit.Participate in management, departmental and committee meetings.Influence staff development and training programs.Serve as an advisory expert in student information systems including PowerSchool, Kickboard, and ATS.Assist with identifying data issues that cross boundaries and necessitate common resolution.Integrate data across multiple platforms.Complete other relevant assignments as required by Director of Operations or Head of School.  Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required, Masters degree in Social Sciences, Education or a related field with emphasis on program evaluation and data analysis strongly preferredMinimum of 3 years of experience with data analysis, relational databases and Microsoft Excel, experience with PowerSchool or other student information management systems a plusAdvanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite including advanced Excel skills such as Vlookup, and the ability to learn new software requiredExcellent analytical, verbal, and written communication skills are essentialAbility to work well independently and as part of a teamKnowledge of STATA a plus
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Academy New York, NY, USA
Responsibilities:Extensive calendar and meeting coordination using Outlook and other scheduling toolsEnsure processes are followed for accessing the Head of School including limiting unscheduled meetings and seeing that scheduled meetings begin and end on timeThe ability to convert classroom observation notes into short reportsGeneral administrative support including using Microsoft Office PowerPoint, Excel and Word Assist with preparations for Board meetings and other staff meetings by administratively supporting the creation of the monthly Board dashboard, confirming technology is set up and catering is ordered as neededSupport occasional school activities during and after school including caregiver conference nights, fundraisers or other events where the Head of School may be in attendance Take meeting notes for internal staff meetings in Microsoft Office Word or Google Docs and distribute via email as neededMaintain agendas for cabinet meetings and other recurring meetings chaired by the Head of SchoolAssist with the coordination of special projects for the leadership team as requested Qualifications:High School Diploma, GED/HSE required, Bachelor’s degree a plus5+ years of administrative experience in a non-profit or academic environment requiredExcellent written and oral skills requiredProficiency in Outlook, PowerPoint and Word required, working knowledge of Excel and G-Suite a big plusDemonstrated organizational skills and strong attention to detailMust have a calm professional demeanor when necessary, along with a sense of humor and willingness to work in a fast paced, results driven environmentMust be able to take direction, as well as work independentlyBust be able to successfully pass fingerprint clearance as required to work in a public school
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Academy New York, NY, USA
The Crisis Case Manager will provide crisis intervention and short-term case management for Commercially Sexually Exploited and Runaway and Homeless Youth through our Drop-In Services, new members through Member Services; and clients through our counseling department and other departments throughout The Door.  Responsibilities:Meet with young people (through our Drop-In Services, Member Services, Counseling Department and other departments throughout The Door) who are in crisis to provide support, information, referrals Perform ACS mandated reporting duties as neededProvide suicide/homicidal assessments and appropriate follow-up with young people in collaboration with supervisor Provide assessments and short-term case management services for door members in immediate need Provide prevention, psychoeducation, safety planning, advocacy, and crisis counseling for Door members who are survivors of or are at high-risk of sexual abuse, assault, or commercial sexual exploitation Carry a small caseload of commercially sexually exploited clientsFollow-up on referrals to housing and other support servicesEscort young people to obtain necessary identification and to external agencies as neededDocument all crisis and case management work and complete all required reportsCoordinate Drop-In Services Lunch service and group with other case managersAssist in provision of basic needs services when necessary Maintain accurate and detailed up-to-date referral resources within the five boroughsParticipate in program and departmental meetingsOther functions and responsibilities as assigned by supervisorQualifications:Bachelor’s degree required At least 2 years experience  providing counseling and crisis interventionAt least 2 years experience working with Commercially Sexually Exploited, runaway and homeless and/or other high-risk youth  populations Knowledgeable of and ability to apply positive youth development principles to working with young peopleFamiliarity with emergency and transitional youth shelter systems    Demonstrated ability to advocate effectively and professionally on behalf of clientsDemonstrated ability to work effectively and creatively as part of an interdisciplinary treatment teamStrong computer skills in MS Word, Excel or other compatible programsExceptional organizational and interpersonal skillsAble to work independently and take initiativeProficiency in Spanish, French, or Mandarin preferredHours:    35 hours per week (12pm – 8pm required)
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Academy New York, NY, USA
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 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 preferred
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Academy New York, NY, USA
Implement curriculum to provide positive learning experiences for childrenSupervise Assistant Teacher, Teacher’s Aide and volunteers/internsPlan and conduct daily classroom plans, maintain observation logs & other documentationAttend and participate in staff meetings and Staff Development training/workshopsParticipate in planning and implementation of field tripsAssess the developmental needs of the children on a timely basis and plan activities to meet their individual needsWork with Education Director to ensure equipment and supplies are in good conditionParticipate in Parent Orientation, Home Visits and Parent-Teacher ConferencesAssist with implementation of the program evaluation processPlan and use community resources that enrich the educational content of the programPromote sound parent relationshipsWork with children with special needs, attend case conferences and follow-up servicesMaintain good working relationships with supervisors and peersWork with supervisor in completing annual job performance evaluation of self and staffPerform other duties as assigned by supervisor Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or other related field requiredMaster’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or other related field preferredOne year teaching experience working with children (age 3-5)New York State Teaching CertificateBilingual is a plus
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Academy 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. 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:Coordinate all family activities including monthly Parent Workshops Coordinate and support the implementation and ongoing development of the Health Advisory CommitteeWork with the Assistant Director of Family/Community Services to plan and implement programsTo ensure that enrollment is at capacity and compliant with State and Federal program regulations.Maintain proper documentation on families and children.Provide guidance and training to staff Assist in developing the Policy Council and Parent CommitteeMaintain and develop relationships with other community-based organizations that support the Program’s work with families and childrenMonitor and track ongoing medical and health forms/records as well as program requirementsDevelop consistent, stable and supportive relationships with families and children and assess their needsAssist in the recruitment of families and oversee the enrollment /intake processResponsible for data entry of enrollment information using Salesforce Maintain appropriate records that comply with Fiscal requirementsDevelop and maintain community resource materials for families and staff including referrals Assist in program evaluation and assessmentOther duties as requested by supervisor to fulfill job responsibilitiesQualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Education, Human Development or related field with knowledge of child development (birth to three years)2-3 years’ experience working with families and providing home visitsBilingual English/Mandarin or English/Cantonese strongly preferred
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Academy 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. Our mission is to empower the individuals we serve through comprehensive, quality services that strengthen families and meet the current needs of the community.We are looking for an enthusiastic and energetic individual to join our team. Your primary focus will be in the development and implementation of curriculum as well as on boarding and helping to develop and support the teaching staff within the center. A successful Education Director must be an excellence champion, a parent-interaction leader, and be community connected. The Education Director has strong leadership skills, is an excellent communicator, and can motivate and inspire others. The Education Director will be able to provide comprehensive supervision to Early Childhood Teachers and supervises paraprofessionals, support staff and the family service workers. Responsibilities:Oversee classroom staffing, paperwork and curriculum to ensure proper coverage and compliance with Department of Health, ACS 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 childrenProvide strengths-based coaching and mentorship to teaching staff to meet professional development goalsDevelop 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 requirements and attend required ACS training for Educational Coordinators/DirectorsSupport staff in meeting the individual needs of children through individualized planning, within the context of their families and communitiesSupport teachers to collaborate 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 proceduresResponsible for upholding the program’s play-based, developmentally and culturally relevant philosophy Qualifications: Master’s degree in ECE and/or related major with NYS Teacher Certification (Birth – 2nd grade) 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 Knowledge of Teaching Strategies Gold Online Child Tracking System preferred
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Academy New York, NY, USA
The Clinical Director oversees the Consultation Center, the Settlement’s licensed Article 31 mental health clinic that serves, children ages 0 to 21 years, single adults and families as well as 4 school-based satellite programs.  With wide latitude for independent decision-making and judgment, the director is charged with overall responsibility for the program’s operation and ongoing fiscal viability. While striving for clinical excellence, the director ensures the integration of evidence-based treatment and culturally competent practices that supports the growth and progress of clients.  The Director also places a strong emphasis on collaboration with other University programs and is expected tocontinue to broaden treatment options and further implement short-term treatment models, cognitive and behavioral techniques, group modalities and family systems approaches. The Director maintains a strong familiarity with issues related to policy development, utilization review, risk management, quality assurance, and marketing. This person must evidence leadership qualities and relish functioning in a directive role with a sense of humor and sound judgment required particularly during periods of stress. Responsibilities:  Monitoring of staff performance levels, especially in relation to fiscal and budgetary needs of the program.Scrutinize program’s billing and reimbursement procedures to assure maximization of reimbursement; relate closely to the fiscal department, and identify and implement new fiscal policies in the clinic, as requiredAnticipation and analysis of program trends, and the development of tactical responsesIdentify areas of program expansion including opportunities related to the Settlement’s strategic growth plansHiring, training and supervision of all clinical and support staffFacilitation and implementation of managed care contractsDevelop and nurture collaborations and linkages to other Settlement programs, as well as other community service partnersAssure the timely submission of reportsParticipation and representation of the Settlement in managed care and advocacy forumsMaintain program’s readiness for internal and external audits and certification reviewsCollect and analyze consumer satisfaction informationLead regularly scheduled staff meetings and clinical case conferences Actively participate in Settlement-wide activities and policy initiativesPerform other related duties, as requiredQualifications:    Must have minimum ten years of post-Masters experience in Social Work or related field, five of which should be in an administrative management capacity. Advanced management training, and proven supervisory experience in a managed care environment are a plusComprehensive understanding if Article 31 operations and regulations as well as Medicaid Redesign LCSW requiredAbility to understand the budgeting process and articulate the fiscal needs of the programEffective verbal and written communication ability, and personal computer and spreadsheet skills requiredMust be highly organized and detail oriented with the capacity to work independently and stimulate team buildingEvidence of ability to create a supportive environment for both clients and staff is expectedBilingual English/Spanish or English/Chinese preferred
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Academy New York, NY, USA
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.  In this capacity, the Assistant Director of College and Academic Services will be responsible for managing the University of New York Talent Search program at The Door, which includes  supervising all college advisors and oversight of day to day operations for our college access and success services at our partnership Talent Search high schools, The Door, and related collaborative projects between The Door and University Settlement and within The Door, including Bridge To College.  Talent Search 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 Assistant Director of College and Academic 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.Qualifications:Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Psychology, Human Services or related field required. Master’s preferred.Minimum of four years of experience in college access or success required.Prior supervisory experience requiredDeep 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 preferred 
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Academy New York, NY, USA
The Special Assistant reports directly to the Executive Director (ED) and plays a key role in managing the ED’s day-to-day affairs as the ED works to support University Settlement. This role interfaces with many of the agency’s stakeholders – board members and their assistants, agency administration, government and private funders, community members, external partners, elected officials, and the staff of University Settlement.  This position will be the ED’s overall administrative partner and The Special Assistant will also provide support to three Associate Executive Directors for Programs and other staff members in executing special projects, including research, writing and organizing projects, and coordinating day-to-day operations of the administrative office.Responsibilities:Responsible for providing administrative support to the Executive Director and senior management teamWork closely with the executive management staff on agency operations and special projects as assigned, including correspondence, research and assist with preparing for presentations, board meetings, meetings and eventsAct as liaison for Facilities, Finance, Human Resources, Development, Information Systems, and the CEOManage the administrative office operations - to include daily mail, managing room reservations for 184 Eldridge, handling invoices/payments for administrative agency expenses, and welcoming external guestsManage the Executive Director’s and Associate Executive Directors’ calendars; coordinate appointments and meetings and assist with travel arrangementsSort, screen and distribute all correspondence including phone calls and mail and determine level of priorityOther duties as assigned by Executive Director and executive managementQualifications: Bachelor’s Degree requiredMinimum 2 years’ administrative experience supporting senior management preferredFamiliarity with our agency mission, the settlement house model, and New York City civic structuresProven project management abilityHistory of success in roles requiring creative and critical thinkingAbility to demonstrate exceptional organizational and interpersonal skills across a range of tasks and audiencesAbility to work independently, demonstrate sound judgment, multi-task and take initiative in a fast-paced environmentStrong proficiency in MS Office, including Word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook, and interest in learning moreVery good writing, speaking and telephone communication skillsA sense of humor, collaboration, and commitment to the social justice mission of the organization welcome  
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Academy 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.Qualifications:Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Sociology, Urban Policy, Education or related field strongly preferred  or extensive related professional experience3 – 5 years of experience in a professional or educational settingKnowledge of work-based learning initiatives to include career counselingTwo years of experience in youth development, preferably employment, career oriented programs and/or youth development programs requiredKnowledge of and ability to apply positive youth development principles to working with young peoplePrior experience in working with vulnerable youth populations (foster care, court involved, runaway and homeless or teen parent, etc.)Prior experience creating and facilitating work-based learning workshops and trainingsDemonstrated understanding and practice of the principles of positive youth developmentAbility to model work readiness skills and appropriate work place behavior at all times along with demonstrated ability to exercise sound judgmentDemonstrated team player who is comfortable with ambiguity, flexible, collaborative, easy going and has a sense of humorExcellent verbal and written communications skillsExperience in establishing industry and community partnershipsExperience in creating work-based learning opportunities for studentsAbility to work collaboratively with other experienced professionals, teachers, parents, students and other stakeholdersStrong computer and technology skills; proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPointProficiency in Spanish, French, or Mandarin preferred
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Academy New York, NY, USA
The Senior Accountant - Grants, reporting directly to the Director of Finance, is primarily responsible for management of federal, state and city as well as private and foundation grants. This position is also responsible for maintaining timely and accurate agency financial records in accordance with standard fiscal practices and requirements of funders.Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Finance and a minimum of three years of work experience in grants managementExperience with federal, state, and city grant administration and accountingThorough understanding of OMB Uniform GuidanceExcellent computer skills, including advanced Excel skills; experience with Intacct a plusAbility to work independently and meet deadlinesDetail oriented, excellent communication (oral and written) and analytical skills; highly accurate Ability to analyze financial reports an making recommendationsAbility to be flexible and to adjust work schedule to reflect varying accounting deadlinesIntermediate to advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel requiredExcellent oral, written, interpersonal, organizational and problem solving skills; able to multi-task, strong follow-through skills and detail orientedStrong knowledge of accounting software programs (Intacct experience preferred)
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Academy New York, NY, USA
The Paralegal will provide support for a team of approximately three attorneys. The paralegal will assist the attorneys in liaising with clients and preparing applications for immigration benefits. The paralegal will also work closely with the Managing Attorney and Director of Legal Services on grant management and compliance.Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 1 year of paralegal or advocacy experienceExperience working with youth and/or immigrant populations preferredKnowledge of and ability to apply positive youth development principles to working with young peopleExperience with Salesforce preferred Strong written and oral communication skillsExcellent organizational, time management and record keeping skillsStrong database and computer skills Superior interpersonal skills Proficiency in Spanish required 
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Academy New York, NY, USA
The Engagement Specialist will be responsible for creating dynamic, engaging, experiential programming for Door members.  S/he will work with the Center Space Activity Specialists, Teaching Artists, and the Member Services Supervisor to create activities in the areas of, but not limited to, the Arts; including Performing and Visual, Recreation/Sports, and Community/Team Building. S/he will also assist in the planning and implementation of Door events, field trips, and project-based programming. Activity Specialists will also work with other service providers, both internal and external to create programming that reflects The Door’s core values and mission.Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree in related field preferred, High School Diploma or GED requiredDemonstrated experience with group facilitationKnowledge of and ability to apply positive youth development principles to working with young peopleAbility to apply positive youth development principles while working with young peopleAbility to provide crisis management and crisis interventionExperienced in working with street-involved youthCommitment to professionalism and ability to serve as a staff representative of The DoorUnderstanding of  adolescent development, assessment, counseling and/or crisis managementExcellent oral and written communication skills requiredAbility to work effectively and creatively as part of an interdisciplinary teamProficiency in Spanish, French, or Mandarin
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Academy New York, NY, USA
The Case Manager will support the Runaway and Homeless Youth program by providing case management to homeless and unstably housed youth in order ensure that the basic needs of young people, including crisis counseling, housing placement, entitlements procurement, health care, mental health care, education, job/career assistance, recreational opportunities and other service needs are being met.  Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree requiredExperience with urban homeless youth and LGBTQ  population, demonstrated by 1-2 years of direct service case managementKnowledgeable of and ability to apply positive youth development principles to working with young peopleDemonstrated knowledge and experience working with adolescents and other city agencies Demonstrated ability in engagement and advocacy and collaboration on behalf of clientsEffective and creative work in an inter-departmental and inter-disciplinary settingEffective interpersonal and organizational skillsEffectiVe verbal, written and computer skillsProficiency in Spanish, French, or Mandarin preferred
University Settlement / The Door / Broome Street Academy New York, NY, USA
The Administrative Assistant-Career Services will be responsible for providing administrative and operations support and coverage for the Career Services management team.Qualifications and Requirements:High School Diploma or H required, Bachelor’s degree preferredMinimum of 3 years in an administrative related position requiredKnowledge of and ability to apply positive youth development principles to working with young peopleProficiency in Microsoft Office with expertise in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPointAbility to analyze and revise operating practices to improve efficiencyDetail oriented and comfortable working in fast-paced office environmentExceptional written and verbal communication skillsSuperior organization skills and dedication to completing projects in a timely mannerAbility to handle sensitive and confidential information appropriatelyDemonstrate an understanding of and practice the principles of positive youth developmentProficiency in Spanish, French, or Mandarin preferred