JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Director of Scatter-Site Housing Program - POSITION FILLED

 

The Director of Scattered Site Housing will provide oversight for HCCI's 60-unit scattered-site housing program, which provides housing and case management for people living with HIV/AIDS. 

Qualifications:     

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, or related field with five years’ experience both administrative and supervisory capacity in management operations.

  • Knowledge of HRA contract and medical reimbursement procedures.

  • Experience with New York City and State providers and benefit regulations.

  • Experience working in community health, preferably with familiarity with low-income communities.

  • Experience working with individual with mental illness, substance abuse and/ or HIV/ AIDs.

  • Keen judgment essential for planning and accomplishing goals.      

  • Willingness to travel throughout Metro NYC.

  • Computer literate with the following software: Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

  • NYS - MSW licensure preferred.

 

Salary is commensurate with experience.  Click here to download full job description.

Interested candidates should send resume and cover letter to nbishop@hcci.org.

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Case Manager  - POSITION FILLED

Mental Health Case Managers are responsible for the reassessment of consumers, monitoring and evaluation of consumer mental health status and level of functioning and referrals of consumer offsite support services.  Mental Health Case Managers will maintain a caseload of between 10 to 15 consumers and shall be available to consumers via cell phone for emergency on-call night and weekend coverage.  Mental Health Case Managers are accountable to the Senior Case Manager and the Director of the Scatter-Site Housing Program.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree or minimum of Associate’s Degree in Human or Mental Health services

  • Knowledge and experience of dealing with persons living with HIV/AIDS

  • Knowledge and experience in working with individuals with mental health diagnosis Axis I and Axis II

  • Strong analytical, communication, and writing skills

  • Computer literate-working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook

  • Bilingual- Fluent in Spanish helpful

 

Salary is commensurate with experience.  Click here to download full job description.

Please email cover sheet and resumes to nbishop@hcci.org

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Community Services Organizer - POSITION FILLED

The Community Services Organizer is responsible for the coordination of activities to ensure a stable living environment for the residents of the Harlem community; help with developing, implementing and administering; coordinate special events with the organizations who work in collaboration with HCCI to provide services for residents of the Harlem community and other communities of Upper Manhattan.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Associate degree or 45-50 credits leading to an undergraduate degree;

  • Computer literate;

  • Knowledge of resident rights and affordable housing issues;

  • Good analytical, organizational, oral and written skills;

  • Experience in community organizing and conflict resolution;                   

  • Commitment to community empowerment

Salary is commensurate with experience.  Click here to download full job description.

To apply, e-mail your cover letter and send your resume as an attachment in the Microsoft Word or PDF format to nbishop@hcci.org.

 

Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement, Inc. (HCCI)

256 W. 153rd Street  •  New York, NY 10039  •  Phone 212-281-4887  •  Fax 212-281-8102

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