Safe Home Support Worker (Multiple Positions Available)
Under the supervision of the Shelter Coordinator, the Support Worker responds to the daily needs of the Safe Home residents and oversees the general physical plant. Responsibilities include:
• Providing crisis intervention
• Maintaining a consistent presence in the staff office and on the main level of the shelter
• Attending to needs of both child and adult residents
• Responding to phone and door
• Using the shelter’s security and fire alarm system, including conducting fire drills
• Conducting shelter intake process and orientation of new clients
• Overseeing daily chore list to be completed by clients
• Maintaining daily log, progress notes, daily census, daily walk through check list and communication book
• Cleaning and maintaining the refrigerator, freezer and kitchen cabinets where food is stored
• Cleaning and preparing rooms after clients leave the shelter
• Processing clients clothing and personal items to insure health and safety of residents
• Planing and monitoring daily activities of residents while at the shelter
• Routine walk through of the house to identify maintenance needs and call for service if needed
• Daily room checks
• Assisting with supervision of children when necessary
• Transporting of clients as needed
• Organizing clothing closet and put away donations
• Additional responsibilities as assigned by supervisor
• Work holidays as assigned by supervisor
• Work out of other locations in cases of emergency and relocation of shelter clients is required
• Must remain on duty until coverage is found if the next person working is not able to come in
• Contact with program coordinator on a regular basis for supervision
• Attend monthly support staff house meetings
• Maintain a valid driver’s license
• Use of fire and security alarm systems
• Ability to use email, computer, fax machine
• Lifting and moving of household and client items
The positions available are:
Full-time Support Worker – Monday-Friday 4pm-12 am
Part-time Support Worker – Saturday 1pm-12am and Sunday 12pm-10pm (this can be one or two positions)
The salary is $17/hour.
Send resume & cover letter to TGregoretti@tscli.org or Fax Attention Terray at 516-465-4740
Part-Time Junior Database Report Analyst
The analyst will work on a variety of projects, including creating and executing database report queries as requested to provide statistics regarding agency activity; reviewing and converting existing report queries to conform to new database formats; recording and keeping track of queries within Custom Agency software.
Basic Knowledge of Microsoft SQL Server Management Tools and Transact SQL, knowledge of Microsoft Excel.
This is a part-time hourly position, 14-22 hours/week. The salary is $25/hour.
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Domestic Violence Counselor
Our Domestic Violence Counseling Program provides trauma informed services to adult victims of domestic violence. The Domestic Violence Counselor will work as a team member at both our main offices in Bethpage and at our Safe Home, the shelter for victims and their children. The counselor works closely with the shelter, hotline, legal, and children’s mental health units, and provides individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, casework, advocacy, and other services.
The position requires an MSW or equivalent, and NY State license or eligibility for limited permit. Experience with trauma work, including a minimum of one year domestic violence and/or sexual assault is necessary. English/Spanish bilingual fluency and experience in a group home/ shelter setting are both strongly preferred.
The schedule includes day and evening hours. A car is required. LCSW supervision. Excellent benefits, including medical and dental insurance. Salary: $40,000
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Per-Diem Project Kidz Talk Group Facilitator
• BSW, BA in psychology, or equivalent degree required. MSW or equivalent degree preferred.
• Group work experience
• Experience working with children and families.
Project Kidz Talk is a peer support program for children who have been sexually abused and their non-offending family members. Per-diem group facilitators facilitate a weekly peer support group for children impacted by sexual abuse. They work with children of differing ages and developmental levels, carry out activities which enhance children’s ability to express feelings and lessen their sense of isolation, and maintain confidentiality for our clients. Expectations include: a commitment to an 8-12 week group cycle, interaction with families during dinner time, and setting up and cleaning up after dinner.
The hours for this position are 5pm to 8:15pm on Mondays and/or Tuesdays. (Program time might extend beyond these scheduled hours.)
*Length of employment is contingent upon the program’s needs.
The per-diem rate is $15.78 per hour.
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