Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation has been a leader in the development of Central Brooklyn. For its pioneering work, Restoration has been recognized locally and nationally as a model for community development. Through the years, Restoration has been able to attract the highest caliber of talent to advance its mission. Restoration is an equal opportunity employer. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. Currently, Restoration has several positions available:
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- Administer the HCR-ERSB grant funds, and reconcile with BSRC fiscal dept. monthly.
- Prepare and monitor all expenditures and financial records.
- Prepare the Weatherization contract and budget for Homes and Community Renewal –
- Energy & Rehabilitation Services Bureau (HCR-ERSB).
- Interact and work with HCR-ERSB Fiscal and Field Representatives.
- Interact and work with representatives from New York State Energy Research & Development Authority (NYSERDA) & Department for the Aging (DFTA).
- Assist with Landlord negotiations and review owners’ agreements.
- Review bid packages, sub-contractors agreements, clients’ folders, and energy audits.
- Analyze and organize office operations and procedures such as typing, bookkeeping, preparation of payrolls, flow of correspondence, filing, requisition of supplies, and other clerical services.
- Review clerical and personnel records to ensure completeness, accuracy, and timeliness.
- Formulate procedures for systematic retention, protection, retrieval, transfer, and disposal of records.
- Evaluate office production, revise procedures, or devise new forms to improve efficiency of work flow.
- Establish uniform correspondence and style practices.
- Plan office layouts and initiate cost reduction programs.
- Assist in any office or field duties as director by Weatherization Director to assist in the completion of the weatherization contracts.
- Attend meetings and workshops as designated by the WAP Director.
- Familiar with Federal, State and DHCR policies and procedures.
- A minimum of (5) years’ experience in accounting procedures and fiscal operations.
- A minimum of (2) year’s college education.
- Knowledge of State-of-the-Art Energy Conservation Measures.
- Must have good management and communication skills.
- Salary 65,000 – 70,000
Director of Healthy Neighborhoods
Restoration’s Health Initiative
- Four year degree, with masters degree preferred in health, food systems, community and economic development preferred
- At least ten years of experience working worked in food equity or food systems, health and wellness initiatives, or in other goal-oriented, collaborative-building community and economic development program areas.
- Strong experience in direct community engagement.
- Proven program planning and implementation experience and skills.
- A visionary yet pragmatic disposition and workstyle, able to navigate wide ranging stakeholders while driving change that is realistic and measurable
- Significant knowledge of programs serving low-income communities, ideally workforce development, benefits access, and/or economic development programs.
- Fundraising research, grantwriting and reporting experience highly desired.
- Knowledge of performance measurement and management theory and practice, including the use of data technology.
- Creativity and ability to develop innovative program strategies that integrate multiple program areas and blend various funding streams.
- Experience working with nonprofit organizations, government agencies, elected officials and staff, private foundations, and media.
- Excellent writing and computer skills
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