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September-October 2008 - Workshops for human service providers on
topics related to substance abuse, CASAC, youth and gangs and many
more offered by Good Shepherd Services/Human Services Workshops in
Manhattan. For a full calendar, fee, to register or further
information, go to the website, or call (212)

September 2-30 –5th Annual Recovery Fine Arts Festival: NYS Office of
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) is sponsoring the
festival which showcases the achievement of artistic expression by
persons in recovery and celebrates the benefits of recovery for
individuals, families and communities. Artwork submitted will be on
display at the Empire State Plaza Concourse, Albany, N.Y. during the
month of September. For more details visit

September 14-15 – Recovery Conference, sponsored by NYS Office of
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS). The conference will
highlight stories of recovery with expert speakers, recovery
resources and a focus on individuals and families in recovery. For
more details visit

September 15 – Annual Addictions Professionals Day: NYS Office of
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) will honor the
recipients of the CASAC of the Year, CASAC Trainee of the Year and
CPP/CPS of the Year Awards at our annual dinner being held at the
Crowne Plaza in Albany, N.Y.. For more details visit

September 16 – Homes Away From Home: The Changing Face of Foster Care
presented by The Center for New York City Affairs. It will be held at
the Theresa Lang Community & Student Center from 8:30AM to 10:30AM.
For more information or to RSVP call (212) 229-5418 or email

September 16 – 5th Annual Run for Recovery: NYS Office of Alcoholism
and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) is sponsoring a 2-mile relay
race to celebrate Recovery Month. Teams of four runners and walkers
can register. Festivities include live music, food, t-shirt
competition and prizes. For more details visit

September 17 - The New Madness of Motherhood presented by Ron Villano
and Co-sponsored by NAMC & Mothers' Center of Western Suffolk. It
will be held at Borders in Farmingdale from 7:30PM – 9:00PM. For more
information contact Catherine Wright at (516) 939-6667 ext. 102 or

September 17 - Trinity Wall Street presents Finding Rewarding Work in
Today's Job Market, a vigorous forum that looks at all aspects of
searching for a job in today's market and offers advice on how to get
the job of your dreams. It will be held at Trinity Place at 6:15 PM.
For more information call (212) 602-0800.

September 18 – The 2009 Nonprofit Excellence Awards competition will
offer a Nassau County Clinic to review the program's purpose and
application process, and to answer applicants' questions, 9:00 -
10:00 AM, Adelphi University Alumni House, 154 Cambridge Avenue,
Garden City, NY 11530. Click here to register.

September 18 – The Color of Health Free Undoing Racism™ Community
Series: "How inequality and racism affect our mental and physical
health!" Presented by AntiRacist Alliance. It will be held at the
Yonkers Riverfront Library from 4PM – 8PM. For more information or to
register call (914) 682-4690 or email

September 18 - Performance of IRENA'S VOW and Reception with Tony-
nominated Actress Tovah Feldshuh hosted by the National Aphasia
Association. It will begin at 8PM and be held at the Baruch
Performing Arts Center. Tickets begin at $100 per person. For more
information call (800) 922-4622 or email

September 18 - Keep Your Donors Part II: The Secrets of Successful
Communications Presented by the Mid-Hudson Valley Chapter of AFP at
Hospice of Orange & Sullivan Counties, Inc. It is $10 for AFP members
and $20 for non-members. For more information contact Anne Marie
Schoonhoven at (845) 424-4040, ext 235 or email her at or

September 19 – 19th Annual International Wine Showcase and Auction.
The Patrons Dinner will be held at the Culinary Institute of America
to benefit Greystone Programs, Inc. For more information call (845)
452-5772 ext. 350 or (800) 322-3735 or visit

September 20 – The Mental Health Association of Westchester County,
Inc. will host a MHA on the Move Gala Dance Celebration with host,
Stone Phillips, 7:00 p.m. Cocktail Reception, 8:00 p.m., Dinner,
Dancing, Awards and Auction, The Marros, 2195 Westchester Avenue,
Rye, NY. For information, call 212-838-2660. ext. 21.

September 20 – Fifth Annual Circle of Life Health Fair presented by
Block Institute. It will be held from 11:00AM to 5:00PM at 2214
Stillwell Ave., Brooklyn. Health screenings, insurance enrollments,
live entertainment, raffles. For more information, contact Lucille
Golembiewski at (718) 906-5452 or at

September 20 – Live United Brooklyn Bridge Walk & Volunteer Festival
presented by The Mayor's Volunteer Center and United Way of New York
City to raise awareness about the gaps in education, income and
health in our city. The walk will take place at 10:00AM with the
festival from 11:00AM – 3:00PM in Brooklyn's Cadman Plaza Park. For
more information visit

September 21-23: Realabilities: The First Annual NY Disabilities Film
Festival will debut this fall with presentations of feature,
documentary and short films by and about the lives of people with
disabilities. Screenings, together with discussion groups and other
programs, will be held at 14 locations throughout the metropolitan
area. Tickets will be available online and by
phone 646.505.5708.

September 22 – The American Scandinavian Foundation and The Jacob A.
Riis Neighborhood Settlement House present "Jacob Riis' Living
Legacy: New York Social Issues", a panel discussion featuring Tom Buk-
Swienty, Author of The Other Half, a new biography of Jacob Riis; Jo
Ivey Boufford, President of The New York Academy of Medicine; William
T. Newlin, Executive Director of Riis Settlement; Nancy Foner,
Distinguished Professor of Sociology at Hunter College, CUNY; Ronay
Menschel, Chair of Phipps Houses; LaRay Brown, Senior Vice President,
NYC Health & Hospitals Corporation; and moderator Alison Overseth,
Chair of the Partnership for After School Education (PASE). It will
be held at the American-Scandinavia House, 58 Park Avenue at 38th St,
New York City. Tickets are $10 / $70 (includes reception). For more
information and to register, contact Rebecca Powers at or 718-784-7447 x118.

September 22 – "Attracting Today's Philanthropists: Working with High
Net Worth Individuals And Corporate Foundations" presented by the
Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management. This event will feature
Linda Franciscovich, Vice President of Development and Philanthropic
Services, Fairfield County Community Foundation and Christine Park,
President, New York Life Foundation. It will be held at 135 East 22nd
Street from 4:00PM – 6:00PM. For more information call (646) 660-6743
or email

September 22 - Hunger Action Network of New York State annual
membership meeting. It will begin at 10:00AM, location has yet to be
announced. For more information contact Mark Dunlea at (518) 434-7371
ext. 1.

September 23 – Smart Kickoff Luncheon presented by JCY/Westchester
Community Partners. It will be held at the Royal Regency Hotel in
Yonkers from 12PM – 2:30PM. For more information call Phone: (914)
423-5009 or email

September 23 – Advancing the Needs of Infants, Toddlers and Their
Families sponsored by Child Care, INC. It will be held at the UJA
Federation from 9:00AM – 11:00AM. For more information email Kenea
Letts at

September 23 - Community Builder Awards presented by Phipps Houses.
It will be held at Cipriani, 42nd Street – 110 East 42nd Street, New
York City at 6:30PM. Patron tickets cost $1,750 while Sponsor tickets
cost $850 with proceeds going to Phipps CDC programs. For more
information contact Jennifer Colman at (212) 243-9090 ext. 355or at

September 24 – The National Park Foundation presents its
annual "Expedition America!" black-tie gala. First Lady Laura Bush
will be honored, the Foundation's Honorary Chair. It will be held at
Pier 60, Chelsea Piers with cocktails beginning at 6:00PM. For more
information contact Betty Hallman at 202.354.6476, or via email at

September 24 – The Greater Brooklyn Health Coalition presents its
General Membership Meeting. It will be held at the Polish & Slavic
Center located at 177 Kent Street from 1:30PM – 4:00PM. For more
information visit or call
(718) 940-3453, ext. 230.

September 24- Hiring Right Workshop presented by the Child Welfare
League of America. It is designed to teach strategies on how to spend
less time and produce better hiring decisions. It will run from 9AM-
4:00PM at The Council for Child Caring Agencies, 254 W. 31st Street,
New York, NY. For more information and to register contact Cssaundra
Rainey at or (718) 828-0300 ext. 298.

September 24-26 – The New York Association of Psychiatric
Rehabilitation Services (NYAPRS) will host their 26th Annual
Conference at the Nevele Grande Hotel in Ellenville, NY. For
information, visit or call 518-436-0008.

September 25 – New York Congregational Home for the Aged Foundation
will host its 19th Annual Spirit of Life Celebration at the Palm
house at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, 1000 Washington Avenue. For
information, call 718-284-0039, ext. 102.

September 25 - Hospice & Palliative Care of Westchester presents its
Seventh Annual Gala Cocktail Reception. It will be held at
Westchester Country Club from 5:30PM - 7:30PM. For more information
visit or call (914) 682-1484.

September 27- The 17th Annual Hudson Valley AIDS Walk will be held
from 9AM to 1PM in Waryas Park, Poughkeepsie. It will benefit AIDS-
Related Community Services (ARCS) and its partner agencies. There
will be music, food, prizes. For more information contact J. Dewey at
(914) 785-8326 or email

October 2 – Catholic Guardian Society and Home Bureau will host the
23rd Annual Child of Peace Award Dinner at Jumeirah Essex House in
New York City honoring Joseph M. Mattone, Sr., Chairman and CEO of
the Mattone Group and his wife Mary Ann Mattone, President of the
Board of Trustees of the Queens Library. Brother Brian Carty, Founder
and Principal of De La Salle Academy will receive CGSHB's
Humanitarian Award in recognition of his exemplary commitment to the
education of New York's young people. Tickets for the Award Dinner,
which begins at 6:30 pm, are $550. For more information, contact
Edward Short at (212) 371-1000 ext. 2125.

October 2 - Housing and Services, Inc. presents its First Annual Golf
Classic. It will be held at the Inwood Country Club. For more
information contact Wren Longno at 2(12) 252-9377 ext. 123 or

October 5 - Long Beach Reach, Inc. Fundraising Event – Annual
Fundraiser Brunch & Silent Auction

October 7 -- The 2009 Nonprofit Excellence Awards competition will
offer a NYC clinic to review the program's purpose and application
process, and to answer applicants' questions, 9:00 - 10:30 AM, New
School, Theresa Lang Center, 2nd fl, 55 West 13 Street, New York, NY
10011. Click here to register:

October 7 - Paul J. Cooper presents its 37th Anniversary Awards
Benefit Dinner @ 6:00 PM at the Brooklyn Marriott located at 333
Adams Street, Brooklyn, NY (Business Attire) Guests Mistress of
Ceremonies is Ms. Cheryl Wills of NY1 and Guest Speaker is Mr.
Dominick Carter of NY1. For further information or to purchase
tickets please contact Ms. Maria Willis @ (718) 498-5555 or email

October 7 - Baruch College presents "Do Good Work!: How to Land a
Great Nonprofit Job," a panel discussion and book signing about
careers in the nonprofit sector in 2009. It will be held at Baruch
College, Information & Technology Building from 12:30PM-2PM. For more
information email

October 7 - Do Good Work!: How to Land a Great Nonprofit Job
presented by Baruch College. It will be held at Baruch College from
12:30PM-2:00PM. The panel will feature: Shelly Cryer, Nonprofit
Consultant and Author, The Nonprofit Career Guide (2008); Fred
Fields, Senior Director, Strengthening NYC Nonprofits, United Way of
NYC and more. For more information email

October 16 - Westchester Nonprofit Technology Forum The Westchester
Not-for-Profit Technology Council is pleased to announce that it will
host its 3rd technology forum for not-for-profit organizations, 9am
to 2pm on October 16th. For more information:

October 15 -- The 2009 Nonprofit Excellence Awards competition will
offer a Westchester County clinic to review the program's purpose and
application process, and to answer applicants' questions, 9:00 -
10:30 AM, Westchester County, United Way of Westchester & Putnam, 336
Central Avenue, White Plains, NY 10606. Click here to register:

October 16 -- The Police Athletic League (PAL) will hold its 20th
Annual Women of the Year Luncheon at The Pierre on 5th Avenue at 61st
Street, honoring Marie Brenner, Journalist & Author, Katie Couric,
Anchor & Managing Editor of the CBS Evening News, Lucinda Franks,
Pulitzer Prize winning Journalist & Author, and Patricia M. Hynes,
Senior Counsel, Allen & Overy LLP and President of the New York City
Bar. The reception begins at 11:45 a.m. For more information, please
call (212) 477-9450 ext. 310.

October 17 – Clubhouse of Suffolk presents their 16th Annual Mental
Illness Awareness Day with Keynote Speaker Herschel Walker from
8:00am to 4:00pm at the Huntington Hilton. For more information
please call Mayra Spruill @ 631-471-7242 x 1305 or email at

October 20 -- The 2009 Nonprofit Excellence Awards competition will
offer a NYC Clinic to review the program's purpose and application
process, and to answer applicants' questions, 1:00 - 2:30 PM,
Nonprofit Coordinating Committee, 1350 Broadway, Suite 1801, New
York, NY 10018. To register, click here:

October 21 - The Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies presents
its 2008 Annual Gala. It will be held at The Lighthouse, Pier 61,
Chelsea Piers with cocktails beginning at 6:30PM. Tickets are $500 -
$1,000. For information contact Susan Latham at (212) 801-1307 or

October 22 – The Supportive Housing Network of New York is hosting
its 2008 awards benefit at Cipriani 23rd Street, located at 200 Fifth
Avenue. The cocktail reception will be held from 6-9 PM. This year's
honorees include Shaun Donovan, Commissioner of the New York City
Department of Housing Preservation and Development, and Alan Epstein,
a partner with the law firm of Hirschen, Singer & Epstein. To
purchase tickets or for sponsorship information, call Emily Rubin at
the Supportive Housing Network at 212-870-3303, ext. 3.

October 23 – Quality Services for the Autism Community will host
their 30th Anniversay Gala at Tavern on the Green. For information,
call 212-244-5560 or visit

October 23 - How to Stop Wasting the Best and the Brightest:
Substance Abuse at America's Colleges and Universities presented by
The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA) at
Columbia University and CASACONFERENCE. For more information call
(212) 841-5277 or visit

October 23 - Cultural Considerations in the Treatment of Older Adults
with Mental Health Disorders" Presented by Service Program for Older
People (SPOP). To register or for more information visit
or call 212-787-7120 ext. 515.


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Monday September 15, 2008


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NYNP Employment Listings

Oversee nurses in Catholic Charities MRDD residential programs. BS/RN
min requirement. OMRDD exp pref'd. 2 yrs min supervisory exp.
salary. Send resume w/salary requirements: or 718-722-
6189. EOE/AA (9/15 – 10/30)


God's Love We Deliver, a sectarian, non-profit agency that provides
meals and nutritional counseling to people with life-altering
illnesses in the 5 boroughs and parts of NJ seeks the following
Human Resources Coordinator: Responsibilities include benefits
administration, employee data base maintenance, recruitment and
orientation. BA degree, 4 years exp, Excellent computer skills(Excel)
and HR software, detail oriented. Great benefit package. E-mail: or fax: 212-294-8192 or visit our website Must have cover letter with salary requirements. (9/15 –


Build A Better Future ...For Yourself As Well As Others
Since 1978 Services for the Underserved (SUS) has been providing
residential and support services to individuals with special needs in
New York City. Our mission is "to provide services and supports for
individuals with special needs to live with dignity in the community,
direct their own lives and attain personal fulfillment."
We are currently seeking:

To apply for and review our available positions in Developmental
Disabilities, Mental Health and HIV/AIDS Services Divisions, please
(October issue)


MANAGER OF CLINICAL SERVICES Leading A/SA prevention organization
seeks licensed MSW w/3-5 yrs experience to provide services and
manage department. Must have experience in mental health and or
substance abuse; CASAC, group counseling and management experience.
Bilingual a plus. Email cover letter that includes salary
requirements to: .(9/12 – 10/27)


Chief Program Officer (CPO)
Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter (, a social service
agency on the upper East Side that offers safe, affordable housing
and helps homeless men and women identify and achieve their goals for
productive and rewarding lives, is seeking a Chief Program Officer
The CPO is responsible for supervision and quality control of
clinical and program services in NCS's supportive and transitional
housing programs, vocational/educational services and OASAS-licensed
outpatient program. S/he is a member of the senior management team,
responsible for program planning and implementation. Utilizing an
interdisciplinary approach, the CPO ensures the effective operation
of programs, including clinical services, protocols that comply with
government standards and requirements, outcome measurements and staff
and client issues.
Candidates must have Masters degree in clinical psychology, social
work or related field, with a minimum of eight years progressive
management experience with similar population. Solid clinical
supervisory experience required, preferably with knowledge of
Motivational Interviewing. S/he must have excellent administrative,
interpersonal, writing and analytical skills and have knowledge of
online case management systems. Prior experience in organization
utilizing performance measurements is also preferred. Responses,
including salary requirements to and
reference "CPO" in the subject line.(9/12 – 10/27)


Program Director Day Habilitation
YAI/NIPD has an immediate opening for a Program Director of Day
Habilitation in Manhattan. Join our dynamic team and provide direct
supervision and training to 25 direct service professionals and 2
supervisors. Oversee program and development/implementation of
service plans/curriculum to provide quality programming. Ensure
regulatory compliance with state codes and regulations.
At YAI/NIPD, you will experience a rapidly growing, nationally
recognized agency at the cutting edge of the field, with a strong and
supportive management team. You will be rewarded with a professional,
friendly work environment that facilitates open communication and
participatory management, where you are truly valued as a the
professional you are and where your opinion really matters in
ensuring the most productive environment for our consumers and staff.
Even as a Program Director, you will receive on-going state-of-the-
art training, supportive supervision and a commitment to supporting
your education and career goals. We are dedicated to providing the
resources to our management team to ensure they continue to advance
their skills, are consistently motivated and challenged to be the
best Managers in the field.
Oversee program, develop & implement service plans/curriculum, ensure
quality programming & regulatory compliance, provide direct
supervision & training to staff.
* MA/MS Strongly Preferred
* 3-5 years experience with MR/DD or MH population
* 3-5 years supervisory experience required
* Excellent written and verbal communication skills essential
Email resume and salary requirements to: or fax
to 212-273-6607. EOE.
Proud Recipients of the: APA National Psychologically Healthy
Workplace Award & NYS SHRM Best Companies To Work For New York Award
(9/12 – 10/27)


Grants Manager (GM)
Legal Action Center seeks a Grants Manager (GM). GM is responsible
for managing administration of Center's government contracts and
foundation/corporations grants, including maintaining centralized
database that is a critical information resource for compliance with
grants/contracts. The GM will report to the VP/CFO for Administration
and will work closely with the Legal Director. This is not a
fundraising position; it will not entail researching funding sources,
conceiving of proposals, or drafting substantial narratives.
• Manage LAC database that tracks all grants/contracts and includes
extensive information about services provided through the grants;
also will manage contract-specific databases. This will require
interaction with program and administrative staff at all levels as
well as close work with outside database consultant.
• Work with Project Directors to generate monthly, quarterly and
annual contract, grant and internal reports related to deliverables,
statistics, demographics, etc.
• Prepare documents for grant/contract applications and renewals,
coordinating with Project Directors and senior management.
Salary commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits. Please send
resume and a brief cover letter (no calls) to Human Resources, Legal
Action Center, 225 Varick Street, New York, NY 10014,, or fax: (212) 675-0286. Full posting at
(About Us – Jobs). (9/12 – 10/27)


Take Your Career On A Mission!
Associate Director of Tour
Our employees like working at the American Diabetes Association
because of our opportunities, inclusive environment, benefits and
culture. They remain employees because they are passionate about our
mission. Experience the gratification of knowing your work impacts,
the well-being of millions of people both directly and indirectly
affected by diabetes.
The New YorkCity office of the American Diabetes Association is
seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Associate Director
of Tour. Qualified candidates will have demonstrated experience to
identify, recruit, cultivate and recognize volunteers to manage and
coordinate Tour de Cure, the Association's signature fund-raising
cycling event. This exciting opportunity is available for an
individual to join a nationwide organization with a Mission that
affects the lives of more than 20 million Americans who have diabetes
and another 54 million who are at risk for developing the disease.
The appropriate candidate will be a self-motivated, high-energy,
results-oriented person with three to five years of experience
working with and through groups to achieve desired outcomes. Cold
calling, sales and customer relationship building experience are
desired. Must know how to close the deal, confirm mutual
understandings, and manage volunteer participation to successful
outcomes. Strong organizational skills, analytical decision making,
financial acumen and creativity are required. Experience with cycling
events is a plus.†
* Bachelor's degree required
* Three to five years of fundraising and/or special event managment
* Strong presentation skills, oral and written, as well as the
ability to manage multiple activities in a fast paced environment are
* Candidate must be a team player dedicated to the achievement of
personal and team goals
* Familiarity with analyzing financial reports
* Must have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office
* Willing to work some evenings and weekends, have access to an
automobile and the ability to lift 25 pounds

When you join us, you can expect competitive salaries, comprehensive
benefit programs, and a true focus on work-life balance. You can find
all of this in an environment that promotes inclusion. Are you ready
to take your career on a mission?
An equal opportunity employer.
Cure * Care * Commitment

To apply for this position, please copy and paste the following link
into your browser address bar: or submit
your resume and salary requirements through our homepage at (9/12 –


(RSS) provides residential programs for the Mentally Ill. The
following positions for qualified individuals are currently available
in our Northern Westchester Office.
The Following Direct Care
Entry Level Positions are Available
RESIDENCE COUNSELORS - Full time and respite
positions available at our Community Residences in SOMERS, MOHEGAN
LAKE, THORNWOOD and SLEEPY HOLLOW. No experience necessary. MICA
experience preferred for our Somers Community Residence.
CASE COORDINATORS - Full time positions at our Mohegan Lake office.

Send resumes to the attention of: Jerry Lesczynski, Managing Director
Mohegan Lake, New York 10547 Fax#: 914-528-5929
Clean Driver's License & H.S Diploma/GED Required
Criminal Background Check Required
(Affiliated with MCCDC) (October issue)


(RSS) provides residential programs for the Mentally Ill. The
following positions for qualified individuals are currently available
in our Northern Westchester Office.
PROGRAM MANAGER (2) – For one of our Community Residences and our
Certified Apartment Program. Positions are located in the Sleepy
Hollow and Mohegan Lake areas.
Residence in Sleepy Hollow. OMR/Behavioral experience preferred.

Send resumes to the attention of: Jerry Lesczynski, Managing Director
Mohegan Lake, New York 10547 Fax#: 914-528-5929
Clean Driver's License & H.S Diploma/GED Required
Criminal Background Check Required
(Affiliated with MCCDC) (October issue)


Fiscal Contracts Manager
The Fiscal Contracts Manager is responsible for the administration,
coordination, management, monitoring and evaluation of all government
• Ensures compliance with all government contract requirements.
• Maintains a comprehensive database
• Monitors and evaluates expenses for each grant or contract budget
• Plans and develops budgets for all contracts, manages budget
modifications, allocations and spending plans.
• In conjunction with claims staff, prepares all budget
modifications, expenditure reports and vouchers in a timely manner so
that programs are in compliance with all requirements.
• Prepares budgets and financial forms for all proposals and
reapplications. Ensures that all necessary documentation and
certifications accompany the proposals.
• Serves as the liaison with government agencies on all program
Minimum Requirements*
• Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Accounting or related
field required.
• Five years' experience in related position.
• Government/Contract Experience a Must.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.

E-mail resume to or fax to 212-986-
9635 (9/10 – 10/25)


Assistant Director of Social Work and Admissions
New York Congregational Nursing Center, a 200 bed not-for-profit
Skilled Nursing facility and 100 slot Long Term Home Health Care
Program, is seeking an Assistant Director of Social Work and
Admission. Under the direction of the Director of Social Work and
Admissions, this position provides direct services to residents and
families, consultation to staff within the Social Work Department,
and staff of other departments. Monitors the provision of social work
services and programs.
Other Social Work positions also available.
Must have nursing home and/or long-term care experience with LMSW or
LCSW licensure. We offer a very comprehensive benefits package and
competitive salary.
Please send cover letter and resume to Human Resources Dept., NYCNC,
135 Linden Blvd., Brooklyn, NY 11226; Fax: 718-284-3275; email –
(October issue)


New York, NY
Build A Better Future ...For Yourself As Well As Others
In this key leadership role, you will be responsible for the
collaborative relationships with grant-makers, program staff members
& development department to coordinate & enhance the annual
philanthropic & corporate foundation giving, under the direct
supervision of our Chief Development Officer.
The successful candidate will have:
• Bachelor's degree
• PC proficiency including MS Word & Excel – with knowledge of
fundraising software including Raiser's Edge preferred
• Demonstrated abilities for collaboration while providing staff
development related to effective fundraising writing
• Experience with project management & strategic planning with proven
• Proven interpersonal skills for building relationships with funders
& donors
• High level of attention to detail
• 5 + years experience needed
Competitive compensation includes the below comprehensive benefits
Medical/Dental/Prescription/Vision/Life Insurance; 401(k); Credit
Union; FSAs; Short-&-Long-Term Disability; Transportation Plan;
Generous Paid Vacations & Holidays.

For confidential consideration, please send resume & salary
requirements to: with "GRANTS MANAGER-NYNP" on
subject line.
(October isue)


Offering exciting new career opportunities in two new programs:
The Edgecombe Specialized Chemical Dependence Service
This new treatment program addressing the unique needs of parolees in
NYC provides them with intensive services.
Successful candidates for the positions will demonstrate an
understanding of the criminal lifestyle, as well as their criminal
thinking distortions that impact their criminal behavior. All
candidates must demonstrate 3-5 years work exp with this population.
Social Workers, LMSW/LCSW
Must be fully licensed. Sal up to $54K
Counselor, CASAC
Only licensed CASAC need apply. Competitive salary.
The Adolescent Program will implement family therapy with adolescent
clients attending outpatient chemical dependence treatment in NYC
onsite & in participants' homes in order to foster family
reconciliation & healing in the recovery process. We'll train you.
Adolescent Family Therapist,

Adolescent Outreach
Counselor, CASAC
NYS licenses in good standing, min 3 years exp working with this
population & min 1 year working in an OASAS certified chemical
dependency program. Only licensed CASAC need apply.
Grant Writer
Coord all activities to secure local, state & federal grants &
private foundation awards. Demonstrated exp in grant writing,
excellent written & verbal communication skills.
BA in social services required. Master's preferred.
Resume & cover letter, indicating position of interest, to: Odyssey
House, 95 Pine St, NY, NY 10005 or email:
(October issue)


A Project of the Tides Center
The Union Square Awards is seeking a full-time Program Associate to
work with the Union Square Award and Arts Award programs reporting to
and working closely with the Executive Director in a highly organized
and collaborative work environment. The Program Associate will have
principal responsibility for the Arts Awards and assist with
strategic planning and program development. The ideal candidate will
possess imagination, and strong organizational, planning and
interpersonal skills.
• Manages Arts Awards Program in accordance with organization's
mission and guidelines.
• Serves as primary liaison for Arts Award recipients.
• Handles contracting processes and maintains all related
administrative systems.
• Monitors grants for legal, financial, and program compliance
• Conducts ongoing assessment of grantees and their needs to inform
new initiatives.
• Manages regrants processes and materials.
• Provides guidance to grantees with proposal and report submissions.
• Oversees and tracks grants and financial documents.
• Composes program-related correspondence.
• Organizes and maintains programmatic and grant-related files.
• Handles nominations process including initial research and
compilation of materials.
• Assists in preparation of written documents for selection panel
• Designs, develops and implements technical assistance workshops and
• Supervises support staff and consultants as required.
• Works with Executive Director on special projects as needed.
• Bachelor's degree required.
• Minimum two years experience in program design and implementation.
• Experience with program administration and coordination.
• At least three years of experience in community arts or non-profit
sector preferred.
• Knowledge of community arts field a plus.
• Excellent writing skills.
Excellent computer skills including Microsoft Word, Outlook, and
Competence in internet research and database usage.
Highly organized, unusually detail-oriented, and able to accurately
handle a variety of tasks.
Demonstrated ability to maintain the highest level of confidentiality.
Strong interpersonal skills.
Demonstrated high-quality work ethic.
Salary range: $42,000 - $48,000 DOE. Includes excellent fringe
benefits package.
Deadline is September 24th, 2008. For a detailed job description and
application instructions, visit
The Union Square Awards is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
and is committed to having a richly diverse workplace. (9/10 – 10/25)


Executive Director - Women's HIV Collaborative of New York City, Inc.
Women's HIV Collaborative of New York ise seeking an experienced
executive manager, fiscal manager & fund raiser to sustain and grow
income and program impact in collaboration with the supportive and
active board of directors. The executive director will manage fiscal
and fund raising board/staff teams and a staff of 4 plus volunteers.
The right candidate will have at least five years experience in HIV
or related health fields at the executive level. Background managing
city government contracts is desirable.
Since 2000, WHC has built the "go-to" organization in New York City
for research, treatment and advocacy on behalf of women infected and
affected by HIV/AIDS. WHC addresses the multiple needs of women, with
emphasis on women of color, who are the fastest-growing demographic
in the AIDS pandemic. The Collaborative provides a public forum for
women to research and document the disparities facing women with
HIV/AIDS, distribute and publicize the findings, and advocate for
improvements in prevention and treatment. See our website at Please submit your resume and a cover
letter describing your passion and qualifications for the job, a
proposal writing sample of 3 to 5 pages, your salary requirements and
three professional references.
(9/10 – 10/25)


HOURS OF WORK: 35 hours per week, varies according to agency need
POSITION SUMMARY: Under general supervision, the Every Kid Counts
Case Manager functions as both advocate and deliverer of services to
families referred by the Westchester County Department of Social
Services, Child Protective Services Differential Units, and
designated as "low risk" and "moderate risk" for future CPS reports.
The Every Kid Counts Case Manager works to engage the family,
conducts an assessment of the child(ren) and families' needs and
strengths, and utilizes a family meeting approach to construct a
wraparound service plan for and with the family. The Every Kid Counts
Case Manager ensures that the wraparound service plans are focused on
safety and are individualized, derived from a family needs
perspective, are strength based, are culturally competent, are
community focused, and embody a "never give up" philosophy.
The Every Kid Counts Case Manager makes evaluations to determine the
need for advocacy or other social services and arranges for the
provision of such services, either personally where practicable, or
by others who can perform them in accordance with existing laws,
rules and regulations. Does related work as required.
The goal of the Every Kid Counts Case Manager is to engage the family
in a process that will enable them to develop and implement a service
plan with all referrals in place within four months of entry into the
program that helps the family prevent future cps reports once the
case is closed.
EXAMPLES OF WORK: (Illustrative Only)
Establishes and maintains contact with families who have been
referred to Family Ties by the Westchester County Department of
Social Services/Child Protective Service Units;
Carefully monitors risk and safety throughout the families'
involvement with Every Kid Counts;
Conducts the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS)
Comprehensive Assessment;
Introduces families to the wraparound process through the Family
Guide to Wraparound;
Makes evaluation of families' needs for services;
Conducts wraparound planning meeting using the Family Unity model
where appropriate;
With the families' permission, makes necessary collateral contacts;
Facilitates the formation of an ongoing Support Circle for the family
if needed;
Carries a caseload of six (6) to ten (10) Families at any given time;
Completes engagement, assessment, referral, and case closing within 3-
6 months as appropriate for each family;
Keeps necessary records, provides reports, data, statistical
information to Family Ties and DSS as required;
Acts as an advocate on behalf of families;
Leads family support groups;
Delivers training, provides educational opportunities, designs
workshops on a variety of topics for both parents and professionals;
Attends CSE (Committee on Special Education), DSS Service Plan
Review, and other meetings with families when requested to do so;
Appears in Family Court when requested to do so, either as an
advocate for the family, or when required to present testimony;
Attends meetings, conferences, and trainings as required;
Participates in evaluation activities;
Uses computer applications or other automated systems in performing
work assignments.
QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates that are bilingual and fluent in English
and Spanish are preferred. Minimum of a BSW or alternately a
Bachelor's degree and two years experience working directly with
families and children providing social work and case management
services. Master's Degree in a human service field preferred.
Candidates must possess good writing skills. Candidates who are
themselves parents are preferred. Valid driver's license and car
required. All candidates must receive satisfactory clearances from
the Child Abuse Registry and Criminal History Information Tracking
REPORTING RESPONSIBILITIES: Position reports to Every Kid Counts
Program Supervisor.
TO APPLY: E-mail resume and cover letter to:
or Fax to: Madeline Lombardi at 914-995-8421. (910 – 10/25)


Edwin Gould Services for Children and Family
STEPS to End Family Violence
Position Available September 2008
Senior Counselor
STEPS to End Family Violence provides comprehensive services for
domestic violence survivors throughout New York City. We are seeking
a Senior Counselor for our non-residential counseling program, Taking
• Complete intake, assessments, and safety plans
• Provide individual counseling, including crisis intervention, and
phone counseling
• Facilitate & co-facilitate groups
• Conduct community outreach and training
• Maintain accurate and timely case files
• Participate in regular team meetings, professional development
trainings, & workshops.
• MSW, LMSW within 1 year of hire
• Minimum of two year's counseling experience preferred
• Bi-lingual (Spanish)
• Knowledge and understanding of domestic violence and trauma
• Proficiency working with individuals of diverse backgrounds and
• Travel to other boroughs – including Staten Island
• Must be able to work 1 evening per week
fax/e-mail resume to: Kahli Pascal-Mercik, Clinical Supervisor
FAX: (212) 410-4345 EOE/AA (9/9 – 10/23)


Manager of Information Technology (hands-on)
Brooklyn-based non-profit organization is seeking a Manager of
Information Technology.
1. Direct capacity planning activities to determine current and
future growth of the company's technology infrastructure; determine
and manage budget for upgrades and replacements.
2. Develop and maintain documentation on hardware/software
configurations and usage.
3. Develop policies and procedures to govern use of systems.
4. Communicate IT plans, policies and technology trends; advise on
best practices and implement quality control mechanisms.
5. Manage daily operation and administration of technology, Microsoft
Exchange Server and related applications.
6. Manage all server and networking hardware and software upgrades
including installation, configuration and updates.
7. Maintain relationship with vendors of hardware, software and
consulting services; negotiate all IT acquisition contracts, solicit
involvement and participation of Senior Management as appropriate.
8. Provide administrative direction and actively support daily IT
functions as well as assist with provider end-user services,
including help desk and networking infrastructure support.
9. Conduct, test and maintain system backups, onsite and offsite.
10. Administer all electronic communication systems, including
Blackberries, Cell Phones, E-mail, etc.
11. Implement and maintain disaster recovery plan for all computer
systems and data.
1. BA degree.
2. Knowledge and experience with small to medium scale information
systems and technology in the last ten years required.
3. Demonstrated knowledge of, and experience with network and web
applications allowing VPN or public access and related security
4. A minimum of five years progressive technology management
5. Demonstrated ability to communicate technical information both
verbally and in writing to both technical, non-technical, and Senior
Management Staff.
6. Demonstrated experience managing Help Desk activities for both
hardware and software issues.
7. Strong background and/or understanding of Microsoft technologies,
tools, and packages.
How to apply:
Send letter, qualifications and salary requirements to: (9/9 – 10/23)


SERVICE COORDINATOR. Join our multi-service non-profit agency in the
growing Early Intervention program serving infants and toddlers with
developmental delays. BA in Early Childhood, Social Work or related
field with one year experience working with families required.
Bilingual in Chinese or Spanish required. Ideal candidate is
committed to making a difference in the lives of children. Send
resumes to Early Intervention Dept., 184 Eldridge St, NY, NY 10002,
Fax (212) 777-0549. email: , EOE.
(9/8 – 10/22)


Individual Giving Associate
Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City, a more than 100 year-old
organization providing mentors to disadvantaged youth, seeks an
Individual Giving Associate to assist the Associate Director and
Senior Director of Development in managing and expanding individual
giving programs.
The Individual Giving Associate's responsibilities include:
• Managing the Direct Mail program including: writing appeals for in-
house renewals and acquisition mailings, coordinating acquisitions
with a mail house; managing list exchanges; tracking the performance
of mail appeals and issuing reports to senior staff and Board;
assisting with data entry and acknowledgements.
• Managing web-site donations, including working with vendors, and
exporting and importing information with respect to the development
data base (Raiser's Edge), especially in conjunction with Race for
the Kids, a run/walk fund raiser attracting hundreds of participants.
• Assisting with stewardship of higher level annual fund donors in
the Leadership Circle and Adopt-A-Match Programs , including writing,
producing and distributing a newsletter three times annually;
arranging stewardship events; creating special acknowledgement
materials as appropriate.
• Researching prospects for major gifts; preparing profiles and
maintaining individual donor files.
• Communicating to various constituencies through e-newsletters
and "blasts."
• Working with consultants and senior staff to develop an alumni
program and eventually managing that program.
• Bachelor's Degree, plus minimum of one year of experience at a non-
profit organization, preferably in a development office.
• Strong writing and computer skills, including knowledge of
Microsoft Excel and Publisher, as well as HTML and the ability to use
e-mail blast systems
• Experience with a development data base—preferably Raiser's Edge--
including writing queries and exporting and importing information.
• The ability to juggle priorities and handle multiple tasks

Please email your resume, with a cover letter and a brief—no more
than 2-page--writing sample to: (9/8 – 10/22)


The Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services
(CASES), a nonprofit alternative-to-incarceration (ATI) agency,
located in New York, NY has several openings within the ACT program.
Registered Nurse - F/T
Registered Nurse (RN) with current New York State license. Preference
given to RN's with 3 years of experience serving the mentally ill
chemically addicted (MICA) homeless population. Case management
experience preferred. Computer skills are a must. Driver's license
required. Bilingual skills in Spanish preferred.
Licensed Practical Nurse - P/T
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) current New York State license with 2
years of experience serving the mentally ill/MICA population;
bilingual Spanish preferred. Valid Driver's License a must.
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner - P/T, 21hr/Wk
License as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in the State of New York
Housing Case Manager - P/T, 21hr/Wk
This position is 3 days a week, 9 - 5, one day must be a Wednesday.
(currently 21hours per week, with the possibility of becoming a full
time position in the future). Must have minimum of a Bachelors Degree
and experience working with people with severe mental illness and co-
occurring substance abuse disorders. Possess good writing skills and
be computer literate; have the ability manage crisis and work
collaboratively with consumers and treatment providers. Salary $21K,
plus an excellent benefit package

Send cover letter and resume with salary history and requirements to:
CASES, Attn: HR Dept., 346 Broadway, 3rd fl., New York, NY 10013,
Fax: 212 553-6379, Email: (Write `JOB TITLE'
subject line). No phone calls please. CASES is an equal opportunity
employer. Minorities and women are encouraged to apply. Only
applicants selected for interviews will be contacted. Please visit
our website at: (October issue)


Staff Attorney: Immigrant Youth
• Provide individual legal services through counsel, advocacy and
representation to immigrant youth
• Provide legal representation and advocacy in immigration law
matters, including all aspects of SIJS Self-Petitions, Adjustment of
Status Applications, U visas, and T visas and other matters.
• Provide leadership for the Juvenile Docket, representing
unaccompanied minors in immigration proceedings.
• Conduct intake and assessment of potential clients to provide
resources and opportunities. Work with pro bono counsel to place
cases and offer support to outside counsel managing these cases to
ensure quality representation.
• Lead initiatives advancing the legal rights of youth and facilitate
opportunities for positive involvement of youth
• Assist with legal education efforts, including the planning and
provision of workshops, drafting and development of legal education
materials and outreach to social service and community-based
organizations including The Door's Leadership Development Institute.
• Engage in impact reform efforts on behalf of young people through
advocacy and litigation.
• Document and report service delivery to ensure compliance with
funding requirements.
Qualifications and Requirements:
• J.D. degree and admission to New York State Bar
• At least two years relevant immigration law experience.
• A minimum of one year of experience demonstrating knowledge of
youth development field is desirable.
• Experience working with diverse communities
• Creative thinker with superior communication skills.
• Excellent organizational skills, time management and record keeping
• Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work
collaboratively and to effectively interact with young people,
management and program staff.
• Fluency in another language required.
Salary: $47,000 - $55,000; Commensurate with experience

Send cover letter and resume to: Legal Services Director, The Door,
121 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10013, e-mail:
The Door is an Equal Opportunity Employer/program. Auxiliary aids and
services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
(9/8 – 10/22)


Regional Resource Development Specialist (RRDS)
The New York State Department of Health designates community-based
agencies in each region to implement and administer the Home and
Community Based Services Medicaid Waiver for individuals with
Traumatic Brain Injury, and has recently expanded the Center for
Independence of the Disabled In New York's (CIDNY's) coverage area to
include all of New York City.
Qualifications: Proven experience working with people with TBI.
Masters in Social Work, Psychology, Mental Health Counseling, Nursing
or equivalent required, with ten or more years experience. Extensive
experience in, quality management and data analysis, clinical
assessment. Proven interpersonal, presentation and written
communication skills. Strong computer proficiency in Microsoft Office
applications, with knowledge in database applications, and SPSS.
Bilingual preferred. Salary: Low 60's, based on experience. Excellent
benefits. Please email a cover letter and resume to
No phone calls, snail mail, or faxes please. (9/8 – 10/22)


Benefits Manager
Reports to: Director of Human Resources
Position Description:
Work with broker on annual renewals, benchmark benefits.
Administer defined benefit pension plan, including retiree benefit
calculations, annual pension statements, participate in Pension
Committee meetings.
Liaise with pension actuary and pension attorney to make sure that
plan is in compliance with all applicable laws and that actuarial
estimates are correct.
Transition from paper to online enrollment.
Oversee all vendors to ensure high standard of customer service and
Create effective benefit communications, conduct pension and Open
Enrollment seminars at various sites, and participate in annual
wellness fairs.
Provide benefits orientation.
Respond to queries from employees.
Maintain written summary plan descriptions.
File claims for workers' compensation, LTD and life insurance.
Supervise and train one full-time and one-part-time employee.
Prepare annual FAS106 census.
Prepare various reports, using HRIS and online benefits website.
· Minimum Bachelors degree.
· Benefits Certification preferred.
· Minimum 8 years experience in the benefits field.
· Detailed knowledge of defined benefit pension plans.
· Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
· Proficiency in MS Word and Excel, online benefits database and
Please send cover letter and resume to: Janet Sellwood, Director
Human Resources Email:
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE! (9/8 – 10/22)


Bilingual Psychiatric Social Worker, Full Time
The Service Program for Older People, Inc. (SPOP) is an innovative
geriatric mental health agency in Manhattan. We are seeking a
Bilingual Psychiatric Social Worker to provide integrated mental
health treatment in client's homes and at host sites in Manhattan.
Full time position, work approximately 35 hours a week. Position
requires fluency in Spanish and LCSW with strong clinical skills.
Competitive salary; excellent supervision.
Resume to: Elizabeth Figueroa, LCSW Director of Outreach SPOP 302
West 91st Street, 2nd Floor New York, NY 10024 Fax: (917) 441-7421
Email: (October issue)


We are seeking candidates to supervise volunteers in the Court
Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program. The volunteers advocate
for a child's educational, mental health, and physical health while
placed in foster care,
until a permanent home can be secured. The Supervisor must have
experience in advocacy, human services, Family Court, and/or Child
Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and
Spanish required. A graduate degree in a recognized field of mental
health or human services is beneficial but not required.
We are seeking candidates to provide case management services to
adults with serious mental illness residing in adult homes in
Westchester County. This is a strength-based model with strong focus
on consumer recovery and
wellness management. The Case Manager must have a Bachelor's Degree
in a human service field, with at least two years of experience in
human services.
Experience with adults with serious mental illness is preferred.
Candidates must consent to Fingerprinting and a Criminal History
Information Records search.
We are seeking a highly skilled mental health professional,
working with adults living with serious mental illness that practices
with a
rehabilitation and recovery focus. The Team Leader position offers
the opportunity to
supervise, administrate the program and do direct service work. The
candidate will be familiar with the principles of person centered
work, have strong leadership abilities and will be able to build
strong relationships with
community providers, staff and clients. The Team Leader shall be an
experienced mental health professional as defined by Part 585 of the
OMH regulations and must have at least 2 years experience in
supervisory level positions. Must be a NYS licensed social worker,
psychologist, or registered nurse. Candidates must consent to
Fingerprinting and a Criminal History Information Records search.
To apply, please send your resume by e-mail to with MHAEMPLOYMENT as the subject line of
the e-mail or via fax to 914-347-8859 (Attention: Human Resources) or
via mail to: Human Resources, MHA of Westchester, 2269 Saw Mill River
Road, Building 1A. Elmsford, NY 10523 EOE (October issue)

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