The HR Associate is responsible for the day to day operations of the Human Resources Department of the organization. The HR Associate is responsible for recruiting and hiring employees, maintaining and administering the compensation and benefits program, preparing payroll and promoting best practices that will ensure retention of employees. The HR Associate will ensure that the organization is in compliance with all Federal, State, and City Labor laws, as well as ensure that all HR related processes (i.e. workers compensation, unemployment issues, etc.) are handled in a professional and timely manner.
Housing Justice Advocate 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 Justice Advocate 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.
The primary responsibility of the Bilingual Hotline Counselor is to respond to victims/survivors of domestic violence seeking services. The Bilingual Hotline Counselor assists callers with crisis intervention, counseling, and advocating on their behalf to help meet their immediate needs. Additionally, the Bilingual Hotline Counselor assists in securing emergency shelter, safety planning, provides option, information and referrals. The Bilingual Hotline Counselor is also required to assist in generating monthly reports based on incoming calls and services provided over the Hotline.
Casa Sandra, or the Supportive Housing Program for Social Change (SHPSC) is a transitional 5 story complex for survivors of domestic violence, housing 15 families. Women and children are provided with safe long term (two year) housing and supportive services in order to help them break the cycle of violence. The goal of this program is for each participant to attain economic self-sufficiency that leads them to full, violence free lives. Staff works with each participant to create an individualized service plan that addresses the holistic needs of each family. Supportive services include: case management, housing, children’s services, educational/vocational workshops, job preparation, attainment and retention, financial planning, health promotion, and leadership development. The primary responsibility of the House Monitor/Hotline Counselor is to ensure a continuum in safety for the wellbeing of our participants. Another role is to respond via the bilingual hotline to victims/survivors of domestic violence seeking services. You will assist callers with crisis intervention, counseling and advocating on their behalf to help meet their immediate needs.
Moriviví Residential Program is a 51 bed scattered site safe dwelling. The goal of this program is to provide short term, emergency shelter for people fleeing domestic violence. Program staff work with each participant to develop an individualized action plan that connects them to support services and helps them secure permanent housing. Supportive services include: counseling, support groups, case management, children’s services, referrals for educational/vocational facilities, job preparation and health promotion for women and children. The Program Manager is responsible for the overall daily operations of the program and the safe dwellings. In addition to acting as VIP’s primary coordinator to assure that all efforts are fully met and exceed contractual obligations (programmatic and administrative) and direct the day-to-day activities of risk management, safety/security, maintenance and client move-in/turn-over. The Program Manager is responsible for ensuring 24/7 services to all program participants and may also be called upon for late night and weekend assistance.
The Non-Residential Counselor/Advocate provides comprehensive crisis intervention and self-empowerment counseling in an individual and group setting. In addition, providing counseling on breaking the cycle of violence and promoting positive self-esteem/motivation to Women, Children and Youth, who have been exposed to domestic violence in the home. 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.
The Maintenance Worker is responsible for performing the routine upkeep and extensive range of work in the repair and general maintenance of office buildings, safe dwellings and/or apartments; incl. surrounding grounds. The Maintenance Worker is under the direct supervision of the Maintenance Supervisor, Program Coordinator/Manager or the Program/Property Manager. The Maintenance Worker is on call for building/apartment emergencies 24 hours a day. Emergency issues include but are not limited to issues with gas, heat, hot water, flooding and/or lock issues.
How to Apply
Qualified candidates are encouraged to submit a resume and cover letter that includes salary requirements to [email protected]
No calls please.
All qualified applicants will be afforded equal employment opportunities without discrimination because of race, creed (religion), color, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, military status, age, disability, predisposing genetic characteristic, marital status or domestic violence victim status, and shall also follow the requirements of the Human Rights Law with regard to nondiscrimination on the basis of prior criminal conviction and prior arrest.