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Join a team of hardworking, dedicated, and committed individuals who support our mission to end the cycle of abuse and violence. 

How to Apply: 
Qualified candidates may respond to the following opportunities by submitting a resume with cover letter including salary requirements. Submissions should be emailed to resumes@vipmujeres.org or faxed to (212)410-9117.
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Program Coordinator 
The Program Coordinator will be responsible for overseeing and ensuring that the implementation of all contractual obligations are met and maintain programmatic compliances based on the standards set forth, which includes but is not limited to ensuring that consumer outcomes and target catchment areas are serviced, as well as adhering to programmatic policies. The Program Coordinator will oversee the day to day operations of VIP’s programs which include providing and/or ensuring all participants receive adequate counseling, case management and advocacy; access to resources and information which will enhance their self-sufficiency and conduct on-going evaluation of programmatic goals. The Program Coordinator will assist in the development process; manage budget and or collaboration in the creation of such budgets. The Program Coordinator is also responsible for supervising the Non-Residential Program staff, interns and volunteers.

Essential Functions:

Execute program planning & implementation to meet the contractual obligations and scope of services of the program.
Evaluates program effectiveness/efficiency to ensure compliance with policies, procedures and contractual obligations.
Supervise staff; facilitate case conferences and trainings to ensure excellent standards and efficiency in the delivery of services.
Create and maintain accurate and comprehensive data including statistical information for reporting purposes as determined by VIP and agency funders. In addition, ensuring the timely delivery of all reports.
Ensuring procedures are in place to maintain an effective working environment: reliable work schedules, organization of files and office space, and teambuilding. Including staff coverage.
Ensuring proper maintenance of documentation requirements (including logs, case notes, statistical and narrative reports).
Ensuring all VIP participants obtain Crime Victims Assistance information and assistance with compensation claims.
Working collaboratively with program and agency staff to improve delivery of services including resource development, and special projects as needed.
Responsible for serving as a liaison to funding contract monitors and as necessary to city/state officials (such as ACS, NYPD, etc.).
Establish and maintain formal linkages with community agencies to further the empowerment of resident’s in accessing legal, mental health, parenting, and bilingual resources.
Provide periodic review, evaluation, cost analysis and modification of the program to meet community needs as well as funding source requirements.
Keep informed of new developments; best practice and trends in the program's operation and be alert to changing community needs.
Assist the development dept. with reviewing and providing program input for grant proposals.
Represent VIP at conferences, community meetings and special events; including Promoting VIP services at all public functions.
Maintain/oversee the petty cash and food voucher systems/reports as required by Fiscal Department.
When necessary Coordinators will be expected to maintain an active case load.
Provide VIP Hotline coverage as needed, this includes but is not limited to on-call evening/weekend coverage.
Conduct community outreach and/or educational workshops on a monthly basis, or when needed in an effort to target the Latino communities most affected by domestic violence.
Capacity building in all programs of the agency – each staff member will demonstrate competency with incorporating financial literacy in the performance of their responsibilities.

Requirements:

Masters’ degree in Counseling, Social Work, or related field.
3 years experience in the area of program administration/development, implementation, policies and procedures, and supervision.
Must be fully bilingual (Spanish and English ).
Prior direct service experience in the area of domestic violence and/or women and children/youth issues.
Must have excellent writing, communication, and documentation skills.
Must have the ability to operate office equipment such as computers, copy machine, fax machine, phone systems, etc. with strong internet and software skills; incl. Microsoft Office and client database.
Must be knowledgeable in working with diverse communities, particularly Latino, people of color, and low income populations and deliver culturally competent services.
Must be well organized, assertive, and able to work independently and collectively, while maintaining a flexible schedule.
Must be able to exercise good judgment and sensitivity at all times.
Must ensure agency, program and client confidentiality at all times.

Program Assistant

Moriviví Residential Program is a 51 bed scattered site safe dwelling and seeks a Program Assistant.
The Program Assistant is responsible working closely with the Program Manager and staff to ensure smooth program operation.  This includes, but is not limited to ensuring reports for billing purposes are completed in a timely manner such as attendance sheets, updating the SORTS WEB online database on a daily basis, assisting with intakes, review of inventory at discharges, updating community resources, and conducting general house meetings, etc.

Essential Functions:

Complete and submit necessary billing documents, attendance records, admission, and discharge forms as required by HRA in a timely manner.
Complete necessary inputs into the SORTS WEB online database as required and update information as needed.
Complete client extensions request into SORTS and maintain updated information on status of client extensions.
Provide evening staff coverage at shelter sites as needed to ensure participants adhere to safety precautions, curfew, and other related rules and regulations.
Providing appropriate intervention assistance to clients’ after hours.
In conjunction with the Program Manager, work to secure donations of furnishings, clothing, equipment, and other items/goods which serve to enhance the facility or the needs of VIP participants.
Ensuring forms regularly used by staff, including standardized forms, policies and procedures, and notices are centralized and updated regularly.
Perform telephone screening to identify potential participants.
Assist in the transportation of client(s); pick-up and/or relocation as needed.
Conduct intake assessments on clients and their children to identify needs and goals.
Co-facilitating monthly community meetings to ensure that clients’ understand fully the rules, regulations and healthy standards of a shelter and communal living.In addition, house meetings will serve as an opportunity for residents to develop independent living skills, access health and preventive education and give input regarding VIP’s program.

Requirements:

BA degree in social work, human services, or equivalence in years of experience.
Fully bilingual required (English/Spanish)
Experience working with shelters and/or safe dwellings, Department of Homelessness (DHS), Human Resources Administration (HRA) contracts and TANF eligibility preferred.
A minimum of 2 years experience of direct service in the area of domestic violence and women and children/youth issues.
Must be sensitive, non-judgmental and empathic towards survivors of domestic violence.
Capacity to de-escalate and manage crisis situations.
Ability to assist moving clients in/out of VIP safe dwelling (Shelter), incl. heavy lifting (30 lbs.) and  travel via public transportation (bus, train, etc.)
Genuine desire to work with identified population (e.g., Latinos, low-income, immigrant and people of color); including the ability to deliver culturally competent services.
Demonstrated public speaking skills.
Excellent writing, communication, and documenting skills required.
Flexible schedule is required to meet clients’ needs and engage in community outreach activities (i.e., on-call; evenings; weekends).
Must have the ability to operate office equipment such as computers, copy machine, fax machine, phone systems, etc. with strong internet and software skills; incl. Microsoft Office and client database. 
 

Counselor/Advocate

VIP a domestic violence organization currently seeks a Counselor/Advocate for our Residential program will provide program participants with safe, long term housing and supportive services to assist them in becoming self sufficient and free from violence. In addition, the Advocate/Counselor will provide supportive services that include: counseling, support groups, case management, children’s services, educational/vocational workshops, job preparation, financial planning, health promotion, and leadership development. The goal of this program is for each participant to achieve economic self-sufficiency, educational/vocational attainment and to move them towards permanent housing. 

Essential Functions:

Perform telephone screening to identify potential participants.
Conduct initial needs assessments on all program participants to identify needs and goals; develop a service plan, and create/discuss safety plans.This includes an intake assessment. Re-evaluate on an on-going basis.
Identify and provide referrals to outside therapeutic services as necessary.
Provide intensive case management services based on the participants needs/goals and their service plan.
Provide weekly (scheduled) case management sessions with participants.
Provide information and referrals; advocacy and accompaniment as it relates to entitlements, benefits legal, immigration, social/ human resources systems and outside therapeutic services to secure needed services. This includes over the phone, in person and via written correspondence in a timely manner.
Assist participants with educational needs by advocating for tutoring, school placement, parent/teacher /child involvement and medical services.
Develop service plans with measurable outcomes and services as identified by the program and funding source in a timely fashion.
Provide personal support for the families including but not limited to translation and accompaniment services.
Maintain proper documentation (record keeping, reports and statistical information) on a timely manner for all clients.
Provide complete and accurate information about participant outcomes and services in a timely manner.
Cooperation and assistance in the various and unforeseen needs of the participants as needed.
Work collaboratively with staff and other service providers on a consistent basis to ensure the highest quality service delivery.

Counseling Functions:

Develop individualized counseling plans for the participants.
Provide crisis counseling as needed and promote self esteem/motivation.
Validate, support and encourage Strength Based Counseling with a focus on personal wellness and independence as identified, and implement according to the participants counseling plan.
Work with age appropriate participants on an on-going basis around the issues of conflict resolution, separation, diversity issues (including cultural, religious, and sexual orientation issues), etc.
Provide interventions that promote positive relationships between participants, their community, various institutions and schools to enhance the positive development.
Facilitate weekly, monthly or bi-monthly age appropriate bi-lingual support groups.

Requirements:

BSW or BA required, MSW preferred
Fully Bilingual Required (English/Spanish – verbal and written).
Must have a minimum of three (3) years experience in the field of DV; women and children issues, crisis intervention, advocacy, and counseling.
Strong verbal, written, communication and documenting skills.
Must be well organized, work independently and collectively, while maintaining a flexible schedule.
Must have the ability to operate office equipment such as computers, copy machine, fax machine, phone systems, etc. with strong internet and software skills; incl. Microsoft Office and client database.
Must be knowledgeable in working with diverse communities, particularly Latino, people of color, and low income population and deliver culturally competent services.
Must be able to exercise good judgment and sensitivity at all times.
Must ensure agency, program and client confidentiality at all times.

 

Housing Specialist

VIP currently seeks a Housing Specialist for our Residential program will provide program participants with safe, long term housing and supportive services to assist them in becoming self sufficient and free from violence. In addition, the Housing Specialist will provide supportive services that include: counseling, support groups, case management, children’s services, educational/vocational workshops, job preparation, financial planning, health promotion, and leadership development. The goal of this program is for each participant to achieve economic self-sufficiency, educational/vocational attainment and to move them towards permanent housing. 

Essential Functions:

Perform telephone screening to identify potential participants.
Conduct initial needs assessments on all program participants to identify needs and goals; develop a service plan, and create/discuss safety plans.This includes an intake assessment. Re-evaluate on an on-going basis.
Identify and provide referrals to outside therapeutic services as necessary.
Provide intensive case management services based on the participants needs/goals and their service plan.
Provide weekly (scheduled) case management sessions with participants.
Provide information and referrals; advocacy and accompaniment as it relates to entitlements, benefits legal, immigration, social/ human resources systems and outside therapeutic services to secure needed services. This includes over the phone, in person and via written correspondence in a timely manner.
Assist participants with educational needs by advocating for tutoring, school placement, parent/teacher /child involvement and medical services.
Develop service plans with measurable outcomes and services as identified by the program and funding source in a timely fashion.
Provide personal support for the families including but not limited to translation and accompaniment services.
Maintain proper documentation (record keeping, reports and statistical information) on a timely manner for all clients.
Provide complete and accurate information about participant outcomes and services in a timely manner.
Cooperation and assistance in the various and unforeseen needs of the participants as needed.
Work collaboratively with staff and other service providers on a consistent basis to ensure the highest quality service delivery.

Counseling Functions:

Develop individualized counseling plans for the participants.
Provide crisis counseling as needed and promote self esteem/motivation.
Validate, support and encourage Strength Based Counseling with a focus on personal wellness and independence as identified, and implement according to the participants counseling plan.
Work with age appropriate participants on an on-going basis around the issues of conflict resolution, separation, diversity issues (including cultural, religious, and sexual orientation issues), etc.
Provide interventions that promote positive relationships between participants, their community, various institutions and schools to enhance the positive development.
Facilitate weekly, monthly or bi-monthly age appropriate bi-lingual support groups.

Housing Functions:

Assist program participants with completing housing applications (e.g. NYCHA Public Housing; Affordable Housing and/or private housing).
Network with realtors in various communities and accessing their ability to work with program participants.
Conduct groups on housing resources, issues, etc.
Research low income housing and maintaining a current resource directory.
Identify and provide referrals to outside therapeutic services as necessary.
Provide information and referrals; advocacy and accompaniment as it relates to housing. This includes over the phone, in person and via written correspondence in a timely manner.

Requirements:

BSW or BA required, MSW preferred.
Fully Bilingual Required (English/Spanish – verbal and written).
Must have a minimum of three (3) years experience in the field of DV; women and children issues, crisis intervention, advocacy, counseling, and housing.
Strong verbal, written, communication and documenting skills.
Must be well organized, work independently and collectively, while maintaining a flexible schedule.
Must have the ability to operate office equipment such as computers, copy machine, fax machine, phone systems, etc. with strong internet and software skills; incl. Microsoft Office and client database.
Must be knowledgeable in working with diverse communities, particularly Latino, people of color, and low income population and deliver culturally competent services.
Must be able to exercise good judgment and sensitivity at all times.
Must ensure agency, program and client confidentiality at all times.

Community Education & Outreach Specialist

Violence Intervention Program, Inc. seeks a Community Education & Outreach Specialist who will ensure the visibility of the VIP by raising awareness about domestic violence and promoting VIP’s culturally proficient services for women who are victims and survivors of domestic violence and their children.

The CEO Specialist will help the program meet its contractual requirements by developing and maintaining community relationships and outreach opportunities. In addition, schedule workshops; develop public relations through community education, involvement and support. The CEO Specialist will be responsible for planning, coordinating and promoting outreach activities. Reporting and data collection are also part of the responsibilities.

Essential Functions:

  • Work with Adelante Mujer, a project of La Voz that builds the leadership skills of post-crisis domestic violence survivors and facilitates their work as promotoras, or community health educators, in the neighborhoods that VIP serves.
  • Represent VIP at coalitions and in collaborative partnerships with other city and social service organizations and agencies.
  • Provide workshops on domestic violence and facilitate presentations on VIP’s services in both English and Spanish for community members and other social service providers.
  • Collaborate with agency communications such as the biannual newsletter.
  • Participate in legislative advocacy efforts on behalf of VIP.
  • Collect data and submit required program and funding reports in a timely fashion.
  • Participate in supervision, staff meetings and program meetings.
  • Capacity building in all programs of the agency – each staff member will demonstrate competency with incorporating financial literacy in the performance of their responsibilities.
  • Perform other tasks as required, including any related supervisory and administrative duties as needed.

 

Qualifications:

  • BA/BS or equivalence in years of experience; Advanced degree preferred.
  • Fully bilingual (English/Spanish – verbal and written).
  • Strong public speaking and presentation skills.
  • Must have the ability to operate office equipment such as computers, copy machine, fax machine, phone systems, etc. with strong internet and software skills; incl. Microsoft Office and client database. 
  • Knowledge of domestic violence from a cultural perspective.
  • Comfortable working in diverse communities, particularly with Latinos/Latinas, people of color, and low income populations and deliver culturally competent services.
  • Well organized, outgoing, able to work independently and collaboratively.
  • Willing and able to work occasional evenings and weekends.
  • Must be able to exercise good judgment and sensitivity at all times
  • Must ensure agency, program and client confidentiality at all times.
     

Economic Empowerment Specialist

Violence Intervention Program, Inc. a domestic violence agency seeks an Economic Empowerment Specialist will build VIP’s capacity to provide participants with educational services in order to help them break the cycle of violence.  The goal of the agency is for each participant with a primary focus on the BNR participants, to achieve economic self-sufficiency leading them to full, violence free lives.  Supportive services include educational/vocational workshops, job preparation, attainment and retention, financial planning, health promotion, and leadership development.  The Economic Empowerment Specialist will work collaboratively with VIP’s coordinators, managers and administrative staff to integrate the vision of economic empowerment amongst programs.

Essential Functions:

  • Assess educational/vocational needs; including needs and interest for financial literacy education of all program participants.
  • Coach all staff in administering a needs assessment tool to determine the strengths, goals and progress of participants.
  • Evaluate and monitor the development and implementation of a training guide that instructs participants on: a) completion of an employment application, b) proper interview skills, c) appropriate attire for interviews, d) developing a resume, e) identifying references (personal/professional) etc.
  • Identify employment opportunities, and make appropriate referrals.
  • Provide support in completing the self sustainability calculator; including review outcomes and guidance to self sufficiency.
  • Stay abreast of changes in the area of entitlements and benefit resources and systems.
  • Implementation of the Women’s Empowerment Services Action Plan, across the agency which includes creating protocols and reports in conjunction with supervisor, coordinators, development department and funders.
  • Compile and submit statistical data required for reports due monthly, quarterly and annually.
  • Capacity building in all programs of the agency – each staff member will demonstrate competency with incorporating financial literacy in the performance of their responsibilities.
  • Identify and maintain linkages with providers, institutions and/or organizations as appropriate for resources.

 

Qualifications:

  • A bachelor’s degree in human services, social work, or equivalence in years of experience.
  • Fully bilingual required (English/Spanish).
  • A minimum of 2 years career development & financial literacy experience including providing vocational counseling, career development and educational support services.
  • Experience providing instruction to women with little to no work experience and minimal educational background.
  • Genuine desire to work with identified population (e.g., Latinos, low-income, immigrant and people of color) and deliver culturally competent services.
  • Must be sensitive, non-judgmental and empathic towards survivors of domestic violence.
  • Strong knowledge of the social and political affects of domestic abuse on women, children/youth and society.
  • Excellent writing, documenting, and communication skills, including public speaking skills.
  • Flexible with changing policies and programmatic or funding requirements.
  • Must have the ability to operate office equipment such as computers, copy machine, fax machine, phone systems, etc. with strong internet and software skills; including Microsoft Office and client database.
  • Must be able to exercise good judgment and sensitivity at all times.
  • Must ensure agency, program and client confidentiality at all times.

 

Counselor/Advocate 

Counselor/Advocate for our Non-Residential program who will provide comprehensive crisis intervention and self empowerment counseling in an individual and group setting. In addition, providing counseling on breaking the cycle of violence, promoting positive self esteem/motivation to Women, Children and Youth, who have been exposed to domestic violence in the home and economic empowerment services as a way to counter economic abuse.  

The Counselor/Advocate is also responsible for providing direct services in the form of comprehensive case assessment, case management. In addition to advocacy and accompaniment through the criminal justice system, social welfare, housing issues, immigration, and other related systems; ensuring that all participants’ social needs are identified and addressed.

Essential Functions:

  • Conduct initial needs assessments on all clients and their children to identify needs and goals; and develop a service plan. Re-evaluate as necessary. This includes intake assessment.
  • Provide intensive case management services based on the program participant (s) needs/goals and their service plan.Including weekly (scheduled) case management sessions.
  • Provide personal support for the families including but not limited to translation and accompaniment services as it relates to public assistance, housing. School/education placement, health service, etc. Including assistance in the various unforeseen needs of the participant.
  • Provide information and referrals; advocacy and accompaniment to participants throughout the legal, immigration, social and human resources systems. This includes over the phone, in person and via written correspondence in a timely manner.
  • Assist participant with educational needs by advocating for tutoring services, school placement, parents/teacher/child involvement and medical services.
  • Stay abreast of changes in the area of entitlements and benefit resources and systems for information and referrals; advocacy and accompaniment as to secure needed services.
  • Develop service plans with measurable outcomes and services as identified by the program and funding source in a timely fashion. Including providing accurate information about participants’ outcomes and services.
  • Provide crisis counseling, develop individualized counseling and promote self esteem/motivation to participants. Including identifying and providing referrals to outside therapeutic services as needed.
  • Validate, support and encourage Strength Based Counseling with a focus on personal wellness and independence as identified, and implement according to the participants counseling plan.
  • Work with age appropriate clients to promote positive relationships around the issues of conflict resolution, separation, and diversity issues (including cultural, religious, and sexual orientation issues), etc.
  • Facilitate weekly, monthly and/or bi-monthly age appropriate bi-lingual support groups.
  • Work collaboratively with staff and other service providers on a consistent basis to ensure the highest quality service delivery.
  • In conjunction with team members adhere to mandated reporting requirements as they relate to such issues as child abuse/neglect, suicide/homicide concerns, etc.
  • Attend and participate in regularly scheduled agency and program meeting including supervision sessions, case conferences, agency-wide staff meetings, team meetings, individual service plans, inter-disciplinary meetings, etc.
  • Conduct community outreach and /or educational workshops on a monthly basis, or as needed by program.
  • Represent VIP at conferences, community meetings and special events; including Promoting VIP services at all public functions.
  • Capacity building in all programs of the agency – each staff member will demonstrate competency with incorporating financial literacy in the performance of their responsibilities.
  • Provide VIP Hotline coverage as needed, this includes but is not limited to on-call evening/weekend coverage.
     

Qualifications:

  • BSW or BA required, MSW preferred
  • Fully Bilingual Required (English/Spanish – verbal and written).
  • Must have a minimum of three (3) years counseling experience in the area of domestic violence, women and children issues, or related field.
  • Must be knowledgeable in working with diverse communities, particularly Latino and low income population and deliver culturally competent services.
  • Strong verbal, written, communication and documenting skills.
  • Must be well organized, assertive, work independently and collectively, while maintaining a flexible schedule. Incl. on-call schedule to respond to emergencies, nights and weekends.
  • Must have the ability to operate office equipment such as computers, copy machine, fax machine, phone systems, etc. with strong internet and software skills; incl. Microsoft Office and client database.
  • Must be able to exercise good judgment and sensitivity at all times.
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Consejera

VIP busca actualmente una Consejera para nuestro programa no residencial que proporcionará la intervención de crisis global y el asesoramiento de auto empoderamiento en un contexto individual y grupal. Además , proporciona asesoramiento sobre la ruptura del ciclo de la violencia y la promoción de la autoestima positiva / motivación para Mujer, la Niñez y la Juventud  , que han estado expuestos a la violencia doméstica en el hogar .

La Consejera también es responsable de la prestación de servicios directos en la forma de evaluación integral de casos , manejo de casos . Además de la promoción y el acompañamiento a través del sistema de justicia penal , el bienestar social , los problemas de vivienda , la inmigración y otros sistemas relacionados , asegurando que las necesidades sociales de todos los participantes se identifican y se tratan .

Funciones esenciales:

Fomento de la capacidad en todos los programas de la agencia - cada miembro del personal demostrar su competencia en la incorporación de la educación financiera en el desempeño de sus responsabilidades.
Capacitar a personal de primera línea (Consejero / Advocates) para impartir educación financiera y servicios de empoderamiento económico para los clientes.
Asesorar a las clientas que necesitan asesoramiento financiero más intensa y / o formación.
Evaluar las necesidades educativas / vocacional; incluidas las necesidades e intereses de la educación financiera de todos los clientes.
Proporcionar información y referencias , promoción y acompañamiento a los participantes a lo largo , la inmigración, los sistemas de recursos humanos y sociales legales. Esto incluye por teléfono, en persona ya través de la correspondencia en el momento oportuno.
Ayudar a los participantes con necesidades educativas mediante la promoción de servicios de tutoría , colocación de la escuela , los padres / maestros / participación infantil y los servicios médicos .
Manténgase al tanto de los cambios en el área de los derechos y recursos de beneficios y sistemas de información y referencias , promoción y acompañamiento de asegurar los servicios necesarios.
Desarrollar planes de servicio con resultados y servicios identificados por el programa y fuente de financiamiento en forma oportuna medibles. Incluye el suministro de información precisa sobre los resultados y los servicios de los participantes.
Desarrollar planes de orientación individualizadas para los participantes.
Proveer consejería en crisis , según sea necesario y promover la autoestima / motivación para los participantes . Incluyendo identificar y proporcionar referencias a los servicios terapéuticos fuera según sea necesario.
Validar , apoyar y alentar Fuerza Based Counseling con un enfoque en el bienestar personal y la independencia como se identifica , y poner en práctica de acuerdo con el plan de asesoramiento a los participantes .
Trabajar con los clientes apropiados para su edad sobre una base en curso en torno a los temas de resolución de conflictos , la separación y cuestiones de diversidad ( incluidas las cuestiones de orientación cultural , religiosa y sexual) , etc
Proporcionar intervenciones que promueven relaciones positivas entre los clientes, los padres de familia , su comunidad , diversas instituciones y escuelas para mejorar el desarrollo positivo de los clientes .
Facilitar grupos semanales , mensuales y / o cada dos meses de edad adecuados bilingües de apoyo.
Trabajar en colaboración con el personal y otros proveedores de servicios sobre una base consistente para asegurar la prestación de servicios de alta calidad.
Junto con los miembros del equipo se adhieren a los requisitos de información estipulados en relación con cuestiones tales como el abuso infantil / negligencia , las preocupaciones de suicidio / homicidio, etc
Asistir y participar en la agencia regular de reuniones y programa incluye sesiones de supervisión de casos , conferencias , reuniones de personal en toda la agencia , reuniones de equipo , planes de servicio individuales , reuniones interdisciplinarias , etc
Realizar extensión a la comunidad y / o talleres educativos sobre una base mensual , o cuando sea necesario por el programa .
Representar VIP en congresos , reuniones comunitarias y eventos especiales, incluyendo la promoción de servicios VIP en todas las funciones públicas .
La creación de capacidad en todos los programas de la agencia - cada miembro del personal demostrará competencia con la incorporación de la educación financiera en el desempeño de sus responsabilidades.
Proporcionar Hotline cobertura VIP , según sea necesario , lo que incluye pero no se limita a de turno de noche / cobertura de fin de semana.
Requisitos:

BSW o licenciatura requerida , MSW prefiere
Totalmente bilingüe requerida ( Inglés / Español - verbal y escrita) .
Debe tener un mínimo de tres ( 3 ) años a la promoción y la experiencia en el asesoramiento en el ámbito de la violencia doméstica , las mujeres y las cuestiones de los niños , o un campo relacionado .
Fuerte verbal , escrita, habilidades de comunicación y documentación .
Debe estar bien organizado , trabajar independientemente y colectivamente, mientras que el mantenimiento de un horario flexible.
Debe tener conocimiento en el trabajo con las diversas comunidades , sobre todo latinos , gente de color , y las poblaciones de bajos ingresos y ofrecer servicios culturalmente competentes.
Debe tener la capacidad de operar equipos de oficina como computadoras , fotocopiadora , fax , telefonía , etc con la fuerte penetración de Internet y las habilidades de software, incl . Microsoft Office y base de datos cliente .
Debe ser capaz de ejercer el buen juicio y la sensibilidad en todo momento.
Debe asegurarse de agencia , el programa y la confidencialidad del cliente en todo momento.
Cómo aplicar :

Los candidatos cualificados pueden responder a esta oportunidad mediante la presentación de una carta de presentación y reanudar con el requisito del sueldo a: resumes@vipmujeres.org o fax (212) 410-9117

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Especialidad de Servicios de Empoderamiento Económico

VIP busca actualmente un Especialidad de Servicios de Empoderamiento Económico para ayudar a construir la capacidad de la agencia para proporcionar a los participantes con los servicios educativos alrededor de la alfabetización económica y financiera. El objetivo de la agencia es que cada participante para lograr la autosuficiencia económica que conduce a una vida plena y libres de violencia . Los servicios de apoyo incluyen: talleres de educación / formación profesional , preparación de trabajo , los logros y la retención , la planificación financiera , la promoción de la salud y desarrollo de liderazgo . El Especialidad de Servicios de Empoderamiento Económico trabajará en colaboración con los coordinadores del VIP , gerentes y personal administrativo para integrar la visión de empoderamiento económico entre los programas.

Funciones esenciales:

Evaluar las necesidades educativas / vocacionales , incluyendo las necesidades e intereses de la educación financiera de los participantes en el programa .
Entrene a todo el personal en la administración de una herramienta de evaluación de las necesidades para determinar las fortalezas , las metas y el progreso de los participantes .
Referencias a) completar una solicitud de empleo , b ) habilidades de entrevista adecuados , c ) la vestimenta apropiada para las entrevistas , d ) el desarrollo de un curriculum vitae, e) identificación ( personal / : Evaluar y monitorear el desarrollo e implementación de una guía de capacitación que instruye a los participantes en profesional ), etc
Identificar las oportunidades de empleo , y hacer las referencias apropiadas .
Brindar apoyo en la realización de la calculadora auto sostenibilidad, incluyendo resultados de la revisión y la orientación a la autosuficiencia .
Manténgase al tanto de los cambios en el área de los derechos y de los recursos y de prestaciones .
Implementación del Plan de Acción de Servicios Empoderamiento de la Mujer , a través de la agencia , que incluye la creación de protocolos e informes en relación con el supervisor , coordinadores departamentales de desarrollo y los donantes .
Compilar y mantener los datos estadísticos necesarios para memorias debidas mensuales , trimestrales y anuales.
La creación de capacidad en todos los programas de la agencia - cada miembro del personal demostrará competencia con la incorporación de la educación financiera en el desempeño de sus responsabilidades.
Identificar y mantener vínculos con proveedores , instituciones y / o organizaciones en su caso por los recursos.


Requisitos:

Un título de licenciatura en servicios humanos , trabajo social, o la equivalencia en años de experiencia.
Completamente bilingüe requerido ( Inglés / Español ) .
Un mínimo de 2 años de desarrollo profesional y experiencia de alfabetización financiera incluyendo la provisión de asesoramiento profesional , desarrollo profesional y servicios de apoyo educativo .
Disfrute de proporcionar instrucción a las mujeres con poca o ninguna experiencia laboral y formación académica mínima.
Genuino deseo de trabajar con la población identificada (por ejemplo , los latinos de bajos ingresos, inmigrantes y personas de color) y ofrecer servicios culturalmente competentes.
Debe ser sensible , sin prejuicios , y empatía hacia las víctimas de violencia doméstica.
Fuerte conocimiento de lo social y político de la violencia doméstica afecta a mujeres, niños / jóvenes y la sociedad .
Excelente redacción , documentación, y habilidades de comunicación , incluyendo habilidades para hablar en público y la participación de la población beneficiaria .
Flexible con el cambio de políticas y requisitos programáticos o de financiación.
Debe tener la capacidad de operar equipos de oficina como computadoras , fotocopiadora , fax , telefonía , etc con la fuerte penetración de Internet y las habilidades de software , incluyendo la base de datos de cliente de Microsoft Office y .
Debe ser capaz de ejercer el buen juicio y la sensibilidad en todo momento.
Debe asegurarse de agencia , el programa y la confidencialidad del cliente en todo momento.


Cómo aplicar :

Los candidatos cualificados pueden responder a esta oportunidad mediante la presentación de una carta de presentación y reanudar con el requisito del sueldo a: resumes@vipmujeres.org o fax (212) 410-9117

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