The Mobile Advocate is a key member of the Willow Domestic Violence Center Team and is responsible for counseling and advocating for clients in trauma. The Mobile Advocate will ensure that each client receives all of the proper assistance and support they need when seeking supportive services. The Mobile Advocate provides crisis counseling, advocacy and support to clients using a solution focused approach through a trauma informed lens. The ideal candidate is client centered and will have experience in case management, counseling, crisis management, community resources and excellent communication skills. This position pays $17.95 per hour.
The Youth Outreach Administrative Assistant (aka: Youth Development Program (4-H) Coordinator) provides coordination and support to the 4-H Youth Development program. Program responsibilities include coordination of activities and events, 4-H database management/year-end reporting, 4-H enrollment and reporting process, 4-H Youth Development Club organization and support; provide administrative assistance in the recruitment of new clubs, members and groups; and serving as an accessible resource to program volunteers including assisting in providing orientation and ongoing support and follow-up, to ensure initial and continued 4-H Youth Development program and club success. The Coordinator will also provide administrative assistance for the overall Association, as needed.
Refugees Helping Refugees (RHR) is seeking a Youth Navigator who is passionate about making an impact in the lives of young adults and a life-long learner. An ideal candidate will support a diverse case load and provide intensive services to out-of-school youth, 17-24 years, by helping them discover their potential of achieving vocational, academic, and career goals. The person in this role must uphold RHR’s mission statement.
Under the general guidance of the Lead Clinical Aide, Clinical Aide will additionally perform a variety of patient care interventions leading to the management and structuring of the therapeutic milieu. Clinical Aides also assist with the non-nursing portion of the patient admission to create a positive patient experience. Clinical Aides are responsible for obtaining patient information and providing guidance on clinic procedures. Aides may also be required to perform minor diagnostic procedures and to sterilize equipment.
Under the direction of the FSSD Career Development Coordinator, the Employment Specialist will assist in the planning, development, implementation, and oversight, of assigned services offered through the Focus on Self Sufficiency Department (FSSD). The Employment Specialist assist in the administration and coordination of activities offered through FSSD’s employment and vocational services unit; and works to ensure adherence to contractual and labor mandates, associated with employment and vocational development initiatives, and service provision.
Under the direct supervision of the Community Development Department Director, the Program Coordinator is responsible for the management and supervision of services and activities offered through the Protect Your Circle (PYC) program. Protect Your Circle (PYC) is a community wide health initiative that focuses on three major outcomes related to the Covid-19 pandemic. They include: 1) reducing Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy among individuals and groups, primarily in communities of color 2) increasing the population rates of COVID-19 vaccinated individuals; and 3) to provide educational and informative events, that assist in dispelling some of the myths associated with Covid-19 and the vaccinations. This position provides leadership, builds community cooperation, and encourages awareness of strategies aimed at combating this pandemic. Particularly amongst individuals and groups who are most vulnerable and high risk including: those less able, less willing, or less inclined, to seek a vaccination for a variety of reasons.
Under the direction of the Community Development Department Director, the Office of New Americans (ONA) Community Navigator position will provide regional leadership and oversee administration/implementation of service plans aimed at strengthening the partnerships, cohesiveness, collaborative efforts, services and outreach capacity of NYS Opportunity Centers/regional partners located throughout the Finger Lakes Region. With a concentration on meeting the needs of low-income immigrant communities, these centers promote programs that address immigrant issues and needs, encourage New Americans to participate in New York State civic and economic life, navigate the path of citizenship duties for new residents, and recommend steps to protect them as they transition to full participation in New York’s communities . The ONA Community Navigator works to increase the collective capacity of immigrant service providers/partners throughout the assigned region through technical support, training and implementation of strategic planning activities aimed at the targeted population/communities.
Additional duties of the ONA Community Navigator include the following: planning & management; data collection, interpretation, data base maintenance and reporting activities; advocacy; increasing economic/workforce opportunities; meeting/special events coordination; systems change; with a focus on increasing the following; increasing public awareness; advocacy; dissemination of information of available opportunities; increased access to publicly available services/programs.
Under the direction of the Associate V.P. for HS/ECS, the Quality Improvement Specialist serves as an advocate in providing direct guidance and support, to children and families in the HS/ECS program. This position continuously works to reinforce and promote wellness, good health, education, and positive development, for all program consumers, families, and children from birth through five years of age.
The Parent Engagement Advocate plays a key role with parents/caregivers/providers in working to achieve key competency goals, established by the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services; goals that support positive outcome-oriented relationships; trust and increased engagement between families, providers and the community.
To coordinate the educational goals and objectives of the Head Start Performance Standards and Office of Children and Family Services regulations; to provide educational leadership to teachers and coordinate the identification of and provision of services to children with suspected and diagnosed disabilities and their families. To plan, develop, monitor curriculum implementation and supervise center education staff.
Responsibilities include: Instructs and coaches persons with developmental disabilities in gaining vocational skills based on their Personal Outcomes. Provides ongoing, goal-related employment services toward the goal of obtaining and maintaining employment.
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