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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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Employment Coordinator for Food and Transportation (Bilingual Spanish)

Restoration is seeking a creative, data-driven, results-oriented Employment Coordinator (Bilingual Spanish) to specialize in career coaching and job placement within the food and transportation sectors. The Employment Coordinator will report to the Assistant Director of Training and Placement at the Center for Personal Financial Health and will also have accountability within the Center for Health Neighborhoods. A successful candidate in this role will establish, maintain, and deepen relationships with community members and with employers in order to partner with clients in their career journeys to secure high-quality jobs and advance in their careers long term.

Specific responsibilities and tasks of the Employment Coordinator include, but are not limited to:

  • Develop and maintain strategic relationships with employers for the purpose of generating job orders and retention services;
  • Leverage knowledge of labor market trends in food and transportation sectors to anticipate strategies to best position Restoration members for high-quality career opportunities;
  • Engage employers and serve as the point person on industry partnerships for the purpose of staying up to date on key skills critical to career advancement in the food and transportation sectors;
  • Review completed employment readiness assessments with clients and provide career coaching to members seeking careers in the food and transportation sectors;
  • Identify opportunities for clients’ professional development in support of economic mobility and career growth;
  • Maintain metrics-driven, data-informed, results-oriented accountability entering pertinent client data and case notes in real-time basis into various database systems as soon as new data is available;
  • Collaborate with colleagues in the Center for Personal Financial Health and the Center for Healthy Neighborhoods to ensure that clients meet the best possible outcomes and are connected to all relevant;
  • Provide reports to the Assistant Director of Training and Placement on a weekly basis; and
  • Provide ad hoc services to engage the Spanish speaking community as needed.

Experience and Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience
  • Bilingual Spanish required – must be fluent English/Spanish
  • Prior experience in career coaching, recruitment, job placement, or related fields
  • Must maintain values-driven, person-centered approach demonstrative of empathy and support
  • Must possess a learning (growth) mindset, solid critical reasoning, and strong presentation skills
  • Excellent organizational skills with a demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and milestones
  • Excellent database and administrative skills with attention to detail and ability to manage data and information for multiple contracts.
  • Must have an appropriate level of computer literacy and digital competency
  • Experience in or working knowledge of the food and/or transportation sectors is a plus
  • Familiarity with Central Brooklyn is a plus

To apply for this position, please forward a resume and cover letter outlining your interests and qualifications via e-mail to: Angela Allen – aallen@restorationplaza.org.

 


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Care Coordinator: Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) Specialist

DESCRIPTION:
The Care Coordinator: ERAP Specialist manages applications to the New York State Office of Temporary Disability for rental and utility assistance as part of the Emergency Rental Assistance Program.

Specific responsibilities and tasks of the Care Coordinator include, but are not limited to:

Responsibilities:

 Screen community members for public emergency rental assistance program, including reviewing all documents to verify eligibility
 Completion of all requirements using existing and new forms of identification and income, assistance with application submission, and appropriate follow up until rental assistance is secured
 Screen members for public benefits/ social service needs and/or mental health needs (depression, anxiety, stress, and substance abuse), ensuring that this is captured in the member’s Service Plan.
 Make appropriate resource connections and schedule member appointments with internal staff as applicable and/ or refer for external community services as needed.
 Meet with staff and program management to review program results and learn new methods
 Host tutorials or lead partner events to explain the benefits, eligibility and application process for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program to tenants and owners
 Participate in outreach and recruitment of new members, including digital engagement and community events.
 Maintain highly organized documentation of member engagement: enrollment, benchmark, outcomes, and input all data into internal databases in a timely manner.
 Participate in regular staff meetings and supervisory sessions.

Qualifications:

 Bachelor’s Degree with at least 1 year of successful experience working in social services, mental health, resource coordination, or related area and /or some college and a minimum of 2 years of experience working in social services
 Excellent customer service and relationship building skills, and the ability to lead with a strengths- based, client-centered approach.
 Excellent documentation skills, ability to navigate multiple data entry systems, and strong written and verbal communication skills.
 Strong time management skills and organizational systems and able to conduct consistent and responsive follow-up with members and community stakeholders
 Excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as documentation skills.

 A go-getter approach to problem-solving and identifying resources, collaborators, and opportunities.
 A strong sense of and respect for confidentiality involving both clients and fellow employees.
 Ability to work in a variety of settings with culturally-diverse communities.
 Bi-lingual (Spanish) is highly preferred but not required.
 Ideal candidates have a familiarity with Central Brooklyn and NYCHA, though these are not requirements.

To apply for this position, please forward a resume and cover letter outlining your interests and qualifications via e-mail to: sisrael@restorationplaza.org

 


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Care Coordinator: Jobs-Plus

DESCRIPTION:

The Care Coordinator will report to the Jobs-Plus Assistant Director. Specific responsibilities and tasks of the Care Coordinator include, but are not limited to:

Responsibilities:

  • Serve as a welcoming and informative first-point-of-contact for all new Jobs-Plus members and conduct follow up wellness calls to ensure members remain engaged and that they are connected with services to meet their needs.
  • Screen members for public benefits/ social service needs and/or mental health needs (depression, anxiety, stress, and substance abuse), ensuring that this is captured in the member’s Service Plan.
  • Collaborate closely with the Career Specialist and Employment Specialists to ensure that members seeking work are also supported in meeting additional wrap-around needs to enable them to be job-ready and able to retain employment.
  • Make appropriate resource connections and schedule member appointments with internal staff as applicable and/ or refer for external community services as needed.
  • Participate in outreach and recruitment of new members, including digital engagement and community events.
  • Maintain highly organized documentation of member enrollment and engagement and input all data into internal databases in a timely manner.
  • Lead the integration of the Connections to Care mental health initiative within Jobs-Plus North and work in collaboration with other Restoration Junior Care Coordinators (JCCs) and Care Coordinators across Restoration’s Center for Personal Financial Health.
  • Coordinate staff training and deliver coaching directly as needed on motivational interviewing, psycho-education and Mental Health First Aid (MHFA).
  • Participate in regular staff meetings and supervisory sessions.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree with at least two (2) years of successful experience working in social services, mental health, resource coordination, or related area.
  • Excellent customer service and relationship building skills, and the ability to lead with a strengths-based, client-centered approach.
  • Excellent documentation skills, ability to navigate multiple data entry systems, and strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong time management skills and organizational systems and able to conduct consistent and responsive follow-up with members and community stakeholders
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as documentation skills.
  • A go-getter approach to problem-solving and identifying resources, collaborators, and opportunities.
  • A strong sense of and respect for confidentiality involving both clients and fellow employees.
  • Ability to work in a variety of settings with culturally-diverse communities.
  • Bi-lingual (Spanish) is highly preferred but not required.
  • Ideal candidates have experience in the implementation of community mental health service models and have a familiarity with Central Brooklyn and NYCHA, though these are not requirements.

To apply for this position, please forward a resume and cover letter outlining your interests and qualifications via e-mail to: Angela Allen – aallen@restorationplaza.org.

 


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Employment Specialist

DESCRIPTION:

Restoration is seeking a data-driven, curious, gritty Employment Specialist dedicated to our Jobs-Plus Program, who will report to the Employment Coordinator to maintain and deepen relationships with employers in order to partner with members in their career journeys to secure high-quality jobs and advance in their careers long term.

Responsibilities: 

  • Develop and maintain strategic relationships with employers for the purpose of generating job orders and retention services.
  • Engage employers and serve as the point person on industry partnerships in key sectors for the purpose of staying up to date on key skills critical to career advancement.
  • Leverage knowledge of labor market trends and high demand industries/sectors to anticipate strategies to best position Jobs-Plus members for high-quality career opportunities,
  • Maintain metrics-driven, data-informed, results-oriented accountability entering pertinent client data and case notes in real-time basis into various database systems as soon as new data is available.
  • Collaborate with the Career/Retention Specialist, Education Specialist, and Care Coordinator to ensure that clients meet the best possible outcomes across services.
  • Provide reports to Employment Coordinator on a weekly basis

Experience and Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s required or equivalent experience
  • Must maintain values-driven, person-centered approach demonstrative of empathy and support
  • Must possess a learning (growth) mindset, solid critical reasoning and presentation skills
  • Excellent organizational skills with a demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and milestones
  • Excellent database and administrative skills with attention to detail and ability to manage data and information for multiple contracts.
  • Must have an appropriate level of computer and digital competency

To apply for this position, please forward a resume and cover letter outlining your interests and qualifications via e-mail to: Angela Allen – aallen@restorationplaza.org.

 


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Social Service Manager

DESCRIPTION:

The Social Service Manager will work with a roster of tenants to address barriers related to housing stability. In coordination with each family, the Social Service Manager will develop goals, provide advocacy, and solve issues that impact their living status.

Job Duties include but not limited to:

  • Meets with assigned families on a regularly scheduled basis in their home, in the community, and the office dependent upon the individual’s/family’s level of need.
  • Ensure completion of ongoing, timely case notes recording service delivery, including but not limited to assessments, intakes, goals, referrals, etc.
  • Identify service needs and appropriate intervention(s) to assist the family with the desired outcome, including entitlements, arrears recovery/support, etc.
  • Provide direct supportive counseling, advocacy, and or outreach services.
  • Provide information and referral services to residents as needed or as specified as goals.
  • Serves as a liaison with the property manager, various social service agencies, schools, and health care providers in the interest of the tenants.
  • Advocates for and assists families in the negotiation of the service delivery system to ensure receipt of entitlements and maintenance of permanent housing.
  • Attends appointments as needed with families to ensure all issues are addressed.
  • Participates in weekly staff meetings and client conferences as needed.
  • Perform other duties as reasonably requested.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • Two or more years of experience working with families experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity.
  • Experience with general case management functions, assessment, and advocacy skills.
  • Knowledge of various city social service agencies and community-based organizations related to housing and homelessness.
  • Bilingual, Spanish a plus but not a requirement.
  • Ability to relate to persons of diverse backgrounds.
  • Excellent experience with G-Suite  and Micro-Soft Suite
  • Must be resilient and empathetic with a high level of personal integrity and excellent interpersonal skills when engaging with clients and staff.
  • Commitment to providing affordable housing and services for the low-to-moderate-income population.

Education 

  • Licensed Master Social Worker, Licensed Mental Health Professional Counselor, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Psychiatrist, Psychologist; with 4+ years of social work experience
  • SIFI certified or willing to take free SIFI certification upon hire

To apply for this position, please forward a resume and cover letter outlining your interests and qualifications via e-mail to: Angela Allen – aallen@restorationplaza.org.

 


JOB TITLE

Housing Outreach and Services Coordinator

About the Position

The Housing Outreach and Services Coordinator will play a critical role in promoting and enrolling residents in our economic mobility and asset building programs through outreach and service coordination across targeted housing developments, ensuring that Central Brooklyn residents not only have housing stability but have asset building and upward economic mobility opportunities.

Restoration’s housing-based work is on the cusp of exponential growth through our work to implement a model New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) Permanent Affordability Commitment Together (PACT) project in Brooklyn, one of the largest efforts of its kind to date, preserving 2,600 NYCHA units across nine NYCHA developments, touching over 6,300 residents across Northern and Central Brooklyn. Additionally, we are working with half dozen other housing developers to introduce a range of economic mobility offerings; these housing developer/management companies manage thousands of additional housing units.  This position will be paid for by the Arker Companies and based a Restoration.

Reporting to Restoration’s PACT Project Manager, and working collaboratively with Restoration’s Training and Placement and Outreach and Care Coordination units, the Housing Outreach and Services Coordinator will  help ensure that residents are made aware of and know how to access (1) job opportunities, especially those generated through housing development and maintenance activities like PACT; and (2) the services available to them at Restoration and our partners, both during and after construction. As such, residents will be connected to job opportunities as well as services including: financial counseling, mental health screening, social services and benefits, and job training and placement.

Responsibilities

Community Outreach and Resident Engagement

Job Training and Placement

  • Serve as the main point of contact for job training and placement for housing related job training and placement opportunities.
    • Track available jobs and qualified candidates seeking job opportunities
  • Follow up with clients to ensure follow through with attending appointments and follow through with next steps
  • Follow up with clients who were denied and/or terminated from their positions
  • Maintain partnerships and relationships with community stakeholders with which we conduct joint outreach activities

Service Coordination

  • Inform and motivate residents of available services and engage then in enrollment and participation
  • Walk residents through enrollment protocol and procedures before they are transferred to the service delivery team
  • Conduct preliminary intake and refer to Restoration’s Care Coordination team
  • Maintain a caseload of 10-20 individuals to ensure they are attending service referrals (follow-up via phone, email, or in-person)

Other Responsibilities

  • Extensive community engagement and outreach, including but not limited to:
    • Door knocking
    • Flyering
    • Regular tabling
  • Research and attend community-wide events
  • Attend staff meetings and trainings
  • Attend tenant association meetings and other community meetings to keep a pulse on happenings within the neighborhood
  • Attend community and stakeholder engagement events
  • Be knowledgeable about services offered by Restoration

Data Input and Maintenance

  • Collect sign-in sheets and maintain a log of outreach activities
  • Maintain data systems for tracking effectiveness of outreach strategies and client engagement
  • Maintain social media presence and up to date website information

To apply for this position, please forward a resume and cover letter outlining your interests and qualifications via e-mail to: Angela Allen – aallen@restorationplaza.org.

 


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Director of Quality Assurance

DESCRIPTION:

The Director of Quality Assurance will lead the design, implementation, and management of a coordinated and comprehensive strategy for measuring the impact of Restoration’s economic mobility and health programs. The Director Program Quality Assurance, in collaboration with other Restoration departments, will identify key areas for evaluation, build capacity for ongoing program compliance, monitoring, and assessment, and lead efforts to conceptualize and implement a longitudinal strategic plan designed to improve internal program practice sand to inform external stakeholders about our work, including the build out and implementation of our data management platforms .

Working collaboratively with staff, this role provides an exciting opportunity for someone with a background in data management, compliance, and/ or research and evaluation and a demonstrated commitment to community based development, leadership, and services such as social services, education and training, financial literacy, career development, business development, physical and mental health to contribute to the continued growth and success of Restoration.

The position will report directly to Restoration’s Executive Vice President for Programs who oversees programming under Restoration’s Center for Personal Financial Health and Center for Healthy Neighborhoods.

Primary Responsibilities and Expectation:

Data Management

  • Lead an organizational culture shift towards one which embraces evaluation and data as a method for learning and continuous improvement.
  • Maintain and update an agency wide dashboard/ score card and communicate with all stakeholders about its results.
  • Build capacity for, implement and manage internal systems for conducting ongoing outcomes measurement and assessment.
  • Assist Restoration staff and other key stakeholders to determine appropriate metrics and benchmarks to help improve and further develop programs
  • Engage and manage consultants, as necessary, to develop and implement new data management systems.
  • Oversee the use of data management as a tool in accomplishing program/project objectives and ensure that data is being collected accurately, analyzed appropriately and adapted as needed .
  • Work with senior leadership team to effectively communicate results both internally and ext ern ally .
  • Lead discussions with senior management to reflect on metrics and results, and coach and support managers to lead similar discussions with their teams, and lead discussions with interdepartmental and interdisciplinary teams.
  • Manage all administrative aspects of data management, including budget, data collection logistics and other related duties as necessary.

Program Compliance

  • Build capacity for, and develop, implement, and manage proactive program services compliance strategies, including regular client file and systems audits, policies and procedures, and processes in line with contract compliance.
  • Conduct regular audits of programs files, data systems, processes, policies and procedures, as well as sample check-ins with clients, in order to ensure ongoing program service delivery is in compliance with contract or other requirements.
  • Manage all administrative aspects of program compliance efforts, including budget and other related duties as necessary.

Evaluation

    • Work closely with Executive Team and department Directors to build on existing evaluation tools to create a strategic evaluation plan that measures progress and success against key metrics for both internal program improvement purposes as well as for external reporting purposes.
    • Independently or with external vendors, design and implement evaluation tools and projects to support the strategic evaluation plan including both quantitative and qualitative methods as appropriate.
    • Initiate and lead session with staff to discuss program evaluations and develop improvement plans in collaboration with the program teams.
    • Disseminate and translate research and evaluation findings to a variety of constituencies
    • Seek and develop ways to engage local residents in ongoing program evaluation and design
    • Manage all administrative aspects of evaluation efforts, including vendor vett ing, evaluation logistics, budget, and other related duties as necessary .

Position Requirements:

    • Master’s Degree in Public Policy, Social Work or related field.
    • At least three years of successful experience with both quantitative and qualitative research methods and/ or data management, tool design and validation, and/ or compliance.
    • Exceptional project management, prioritization, and planning skills, with demonstrated success producing high-quality deliverables on time and within budget.
    • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively in a team
    • Excellent strategic thinking skills, with the ability to operationalize concepts and transform ideas into action as well as apply research findings to ongoing program development.
    • Prior experience working with community based organizations is preferred .
    • Passion for, knowledge of, and demonstrated commitment to community development, youth development, and community organizing and leadership development as strategies to improve low-income communities.

To apply for this position, please forward a resume and cover letter outlining your interests and qualifications via e-mail to: Angela Allen – aallen@restorationplaza.org.

 


JOB TITLE

Quality Assurance Manager

About the Position

Restoration is seeking an experienced Quality Assurance Manager, who will report to the Director of Quality Assurance, to lead the design, implementation, and management of a coordinated and comprehensive strategy for measuring the impact of Restoration’s economic mobility and health programs. The Quality Assurance Manager, in collaboration with other Restoration departments and the Director of Quality Assurance, will identify key areas for evaluation and build capacity for ongoing program compliance, monitoring, and assessment. This position will also lead efforts to conceptualize and implement a longitudinal strategic plan designed to improve internal program practices and inform external stakeholders about our work, including the build out, project management, and implementation of our enterprise database system.

Specific responsibilities and tasks of the Quality Assurance Manager include, but are not limited to:

  • Build capacity for, and develop, implement, and manage proactive program services compliance strategies, including regular client file and systems audits, policies and procedures, and processes in line with contract compliance
  • Conduct regular audits of programs files, data systems, processes, policies, and procedures, as well as sample check-ins with clients, to ensure ongoing program service delivery is compliant with contract or other requirements
  • Manage all administrative aspects of program compliance efforts, including budgets, contract documents, and other related duties as necessary
  • Manage all administrative aspects of evaluation efforts and system development, including vendor vetting, evaluation logistics, budget, and other related duties as necessary
  • Work closely with the Executive Team, Director of Quality Assurance, and department Directors to build on existing evaluation tools to create a strategic evaluation plan that measures progress and success against key metrics for both internal program improvement purposes as well as for external reporting purposes
  • Initiate and lead session with staff to discuss program evaluations and develop compliance improvement plans in collaboration with the program teams
  • Assist Restoration staff and other key stakeholders to determine appropriate metrics and benchmarks to help improve and further develop programs
  • Lead discussions with senior management to reflect on metrics and results, and coach and support managers to lead similar discussions with their teams, and lead discussions with interdepartmental and interdisciplinary teams
  • Build capacity for, implement, and manage internal systems for conducting ongoing outcomes measurement and assessment
  • Monitor user adoption of the enterprise database system
  • Create project plans, scopes of work, and other project management documents to track the enterprise database system’s progress
  • Supervise one Data/Business Analyst
  • Analyze data to answer questions for executive leadership
  • Enter and validate data in the system as needed

Experience and Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required and at lease five years of relevant or translatable work experience in compliance, project management, and/or system design
  • Master’s Degree in Public Policy, Social Work, Business Administration, or related field desirable but not required
  • Exceptional project management, prioritization, and planning skills, with demonstrated success producing high-quality deliverables on time and within budget
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively in a team
  • Excellent strategic thinking skills, with the ability to operationalize concepts and transform ideas into action as well as apply findings to ongoing program development
  • Prior experience working with community-based organizations is preferred but not required
  • Passion for, knowledge of, and demonstrated commitment to community development, youth development, and community organizing and leadership development as strategies to improve low-income communities
  • Proficient with MS Office (Excel, Word, and PowerPoint) and project management tools such as Monday, AirTable, Microsoft Project, Asana, or another similar tool
  • Ability to coordinate multiple priorities and responsibilities simultaneously to meet deadlines
  • Experience with system development, testing, and encouraging user adoption
  • Excellent analytical skills with experience in data analysis
  • Familiarity with FileMaker, Salesforce, or other CRMs useful but not required

To apply for this position, please forward a resume and cover letter outlining your interests and qualifications via e-mail to: Angela Allen – aallen@restorationplaza.org.

 


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Data/Business Analyst

About the Position
Restoration is seeking an enthusiastic Data/Business Analyst, who will report to the Director of Quality Assurance, to help develop Restoration’s enterprise data warehouse, case management, and reporting system. The system will measure our performance against internal and external goals, track a client’s journey through our multiple services, and improve efficiency.

Specific responsibilities and tasks of the Data/Business Analyst include, but are not limited to:
• Conduct data analysis and produce data visualizations as needed
• Configure the custom-built system based on user requirements
• Develop system logic and functions to mirror business processes
• Train staff to utilize the system on an ongoing basis
• Document defects and alert developers of issues during testing
• Monitor user adoption of the system
• Write scripts to automate routine data analysis tasks
• Update the website as needed
• Design data visualizations and reports in Google Data Studio
• Analyze data to answer questions for executive leadership
• Enter and validate data in the system
• Handle additional assignments as requested

Experience and Qualifications:
• Background in computer engineering, computer science, software engineering, data science, and/or other STEM disciplines preferred
• Two years of relevant experience in data analysis and/or system design required
• Bachelor’s degree required
• Excellent database and administrative skills with attention for detail and ability to manage diverse data
• Proficient with MS Office (Excel, Word, and PowerPoint)
• Collaborative, friendly, and curious with a strong work ethic
• Ability to coordinate multiple priorities and responsibilities simultaneously to meet deadlines
• Experience with website updates and development
• Excellent analytical and mathematical skills with experience in statistics
• Experience programming in JavaScript preferred (other OOP languages are a bonus)
• Familiarity with FileMaker, Salesforce, or other CRMs useful but not required
• Knowledge of Google Data Studio or Tableau helpful
• Knowledge of Typeform useful but not required

To apply for this position, please forward a resume and cover letter outlining your interests and qualifications via e-mail to: Angela Allen – aallen@restorationplaza.org.

 


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Jobs-Plus Licensed Mental Health Clinician (Part-Time)

About Jobs-Plus

Jobs-Plus, a comprehensive, place-based employment model that offers services to all working-age residents in designated public housing developments or clusters of developments, serves as a platform to help residents build their skills and connect to the labor market in high growth, high opportunity sectors so they can increase their incomes. Jobs-Plus should not be viewed as a quick fix; rather, the program seeks to help residents continue to improve their earnings over time, with residents taking the necessary and, at times, difficult steps towards advancing in their careers and closer towards their personal financial goals.

About the Position

The Jobs-Plus Clinician will report to the Jobs-Plus Clinical and Wellness Coordinator. Specific responsibilities and tasks of the Jobs-Plus Clinician include, but are not limited to:

● Provides on-site one-on-one clinical counseling for Jobs-Plus Members who have mental health barriers to work and/or employment.
● Provides member-centered pathways to clinical care to ensure that members receive holistic care in their pursuit of their education, career and financial goals.
● Connect members requiring more intensive treatment to long-term care agencies/partners.
● Support the Jobs-Plus Clinical and Wellness Coordinator with the development and delivery of staff trainings on motivational interviewing, psycho-education and mental health first aid.
● Participate in case conferences with Jobs-Plus staff to ensure that members have the support in place to address their mental health needs and are optimally positioned and prepared to pursue their goals.
● Work with the Clinical and Wellness Coordinator to make appropriate connections and schedule appointments with internal service staff as applicable and/or refer for external community services.

QUALIFICATIONS:

● At least five (5) years of clinical practice experience and be a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW), Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Licensed Creative Arts Therapist (LCAT), or a licensed psychoanalyst.
● Background and deep knowledge of trauma and the effect it has on executive functioning.
● Excellent customer service skills, placing the member first and ability to from a strength-based approach.
● Excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as documentation skills.
● A strong sense of and respect for confidentiality involving both clients and fellow employees.
● Ability to work in a variety of settings with culturally-diverse families and communities with the ability to be culturally sensitive and appropriate.
● Bi-lingual (Spanish) is preferred but not required.

To apply for this position, please forward a resume and cover letter outlining your interests and qualifications via e-mail to: Angela Allen – aallen@restorationplaza.org.