Veterans Association of America, Inc.
Thursday, April 18, 2019
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Calendar of Events


Nov. 13, 2012: Free Per Scholas Technology Training Course (15 weeks)

 
PLEASE DISTRIBUTE WIDELY (Continuous Openings)
 
Hello, I am reaching out to you to inquire if your program participants may be interested in FREE Information Technology Workforce Training. We offer AT OUR BRONX CAMPUS AS WELL AS NEW BROOKLYN LOCATIONS a 15-week training course in troubleshooting and fixing computer operating systems, industry certification (CompTIA A+ and Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist), job placement in career-track IT jobs, and 24-month case management and follow-up.
 
Basic qualifications include: age 18 or older, high school or GED (equivalent international diplomas accepted), legal NYC resident, genuine interest in working in the IT field, and able to attend classes 9am-4pm Monday-Friday for 15 weeks.
 
This training is provided FREE through generous donations of foundations and corporations, as well as grants from NYC and NY State. We especially invite OIF/OEF/OND VETERANS, THEIR SPOUSES, AND FAMILY MEMBERS, AND WOMEN TO APPLY. For more information go to www.perscholas.org

 
John Lewis
Recruitment & Admissions 
Director, Veterans Outreach & Recruitment

 
The Per Scholas Institute for Technology
804 East 138 Street, 2nd Floor
Bronx NY 10454

 
 
 
If any member that is already registered with the Veterans Association of America, Inc. (VAA) wants to participate in this training, please ensure to tell the representative of whom you speak with that you are from the aforementioned organization. We want to keep accountability of all our enrollees. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the numbers listed above or the VAA's toll free number @ (800) 590-2173 for additional information. Thank you.
 
 
 
October 22, 2014:         ASA College Enrollment Opportunities:
                                            (Continuous Open Enrollment)   
                                                       
All veterans seeking enrollment in ASA College through the Veterans Association of America, Inc. should contact Mr. Anthony Brathwaite, Director of Community Outreach at (212) 672-6488. Inform them that you are being referred by the aforementioned veteran organization.
 
 
 
 
December 4, 2014:        Amway Services & Products for Purchase:
                                              (Continuous Open Registration) 
 
Here are 100% highly organic products that will allow you to improve your health, appearance, along with items that will enhance your home and office collectively. Please take a look at following products of choice that will prove to be invaluable to your personal and professional success. Here is the link to view the aforementioned. Enjoy!! 
 
 
 
 
February 3, 2015:            C.R. England, Inc. Current Job Opportunities:
                                                  (Continuous Employment Openings)
  
 
C.R. England is looking for veterans that would like to earn their CDL licensing through this organization. In order to do so, all who seek to apply MUST register with the Veterans Association of America, Inc. as a prerequisite to pursue this employment endeavor located in Salt Lake City, UT.
 
The P.O.C (Point Of Contact) is Mr. Michael Lynch, CSM (R) that will be determining each candidate's eligibility for entry into this 17 day training course environment. Please view the link below to see whether this interests your career endeavors. You can also contact VAA @ (800) 590-2173 for more information.

 
 
 
 
February 6, 2015:  Veterans Association of America, Inc. Job Opportunities:
                                                     (Continuous Employment Openings)            
 
 
 
The Veterans Association of America, Inc. is looking for quality web designers/developers and troubleshooters that will impact the the viewing of service provided. We are focused on military veterans of all branches that have the technical skills set to take on these viable roles within our organization. 
 
We are seeking individuals from all backgrounds who are former and active duty members of the military that have certified experience, and have worked in the aforementioned positions to help our organization along with sustaining current programs available to our coveted servicemembers. If anyone is interested please give us a call @ (800) 590-2173 to inquire about this tremendous opportunity.
 
 
 
July 21, 2015:  Cook County Health & Hospitals System Current Job Opportunities:
                                                            (Continuous Employment Openings)
 
 
The Cook County Health and Hospitals System, Inc. has provided job openings to various qualified members of the veteran community and beyond. The current job listings are an added service in conjunction with the Veterans Association of America, Inc. as opportunity to acquire gainful employment in these specialty areas.
 
Please take a look at the link provided to determine the position that best meets your qualifications and needs. All personnel applying for opening on this site must be a registered member of the Veterans Association of America, Inc.
 
 
 
Oct 1, 2016: Carnicella & Associates, LLC. Veterans Opportunity for Free Dental Check Up:
                                                               (Continuous each Year for Veterans Day)
 
 
 
 
Dr. Nicole Carnicella of Carnicella & Associates, LLC. is offering free dental triage and check up opportunities across the greater Pennsylvania area to medically assess veterans for one day on Veterans Day this year for those in the immediate area. You can reach her and associates to engage in the "Salute Your Smile" program dedicated to all military veterans that are within her local province. This year (2018) it will be on 9 Nov.

This program has been acknowledged by Dr. Works, Chairman, CEO & Founder as a great opportunity to encourage several veterans in taking advantage of free dental check ups and oral hygiene. Please review the links provided above as points of contact and further information.
 
 
 
 
July 14, 2017:                              Veterans Benefits Administration:
                                                                       (Continuous)
 
Dear VA Beneficiary,
 

Did you know that you may be eligible for an annual clothing allowance if you use a prosthetic or orthopedic appliance and/or medication for a service connected skin condition that causes permanent damage to your outer garments? 

If you’re eligible, and you haven’t yet applied for this year, you need to act fast! If you have already submitted your application, then  no further action is required on your part. 

Your application should be submitted on or before October 1, 2019. To apply, submit (in person, by mail, or fax) VA Form 10-8678Application for Annual Clothing Allowance, to the Prosthetic and Sensory Aids Service at your local VA medical centerAdditional information on this benefit is available at https://www.prosthetics.va.gov/psas/Clothing_Allowance.asp.


Thank you for your service!

Sincerely,
 

Veterans Benefits Administration

 
 
Jan 11, 2019:         Queens Workforce1 Employment Opportunity 
 
 
 
Starting Pay $15.00 (Para-transit Center) is looking to hire Call Center Agent for the Access A Ride. Immediate Interview/Screening on the week of Jan 14-17, 2019. Candidates must be able to work flexible hours. Ask for
Account Manager Xavier Ramirez


Call Center Agents Requirements: 
      • Must have accurate data entry skills.
      • Must have flexible availability to include weekends and nights.
      • Must have excellent customer service and communication skills.
      • Must have HSD/GED.
      • Must be able to be at work on time.
      • Must have patience and a pleasant personality.
      •  
In order to apply and be considered for the position, interested candidates must register at the Queens Workforce1 and attend a screening interview conducted by Workforce1 at a recruitment event located in 168-25 Jamaica Ave.
 
 
Also anyone with some type of customer service experience and is looking to start a career as call agent are also welcome. It’s a full time permanent position with full medical and dental benefits, vacation, sick, and holiday pay, 401K, and a pension plan.


Date:
 
Monday Jan. 14, 2019 check in: 9am
 
Wednesday Jan. 16 2019 check in: 9am
 
Thursday Jan. 17, 2019 check in: 9am
 
Friday Jan. 18, 2019 check in: 9am

Check in: (No admittance after 4:00pm)

Location: 168-25 Jamaica Avenue, 2nd Floor, Jamaica, NY
 
 
 
Jan 12, 2019          VAA Security, Inc.  Employment Opportunities:
                                        (Continuous Employment Openings)
 
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The Veterans Association of America, Inc. has security positions available for military veterans (Active, Retired, National Guard & Reserves, etc.) of all branches. You MUST have your security license and your 8 hour & 16 hour certificates prior to being sent to any employment location. It is a mandate that you have these items to solidify yourself from scrutiny and questioning from location management and ownership.
 
If you have met the above requirements, please contact Dr. Works at rworks@vetsaa.org or call toll free (800) 590-2173 for further information. All guards MUST have black attire only when assigned to any location. It is imperative that each veteran seeking employment register with the organization by going to www.vetsaa.org to membership enrollment and fill out the online application along with their $10.00 member enrollment fee to be considered for the aforementioned positions. All veterans must have a DD214 or VA member card to substantiate their service connection. 
 
 
Jan 16, 2019:          Donate through Amazon Smile:
 
 
 
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January 17, 2019:     Brooklyn Workforce1 Center:


Hello Veteran & Veteran Spouses,
 
My name is Jamilah Clay. I am the Veteran Specialist at the Brooklyn Workforce 1 Center. As a 12-year Army veteran, it is a pleasure to serve you all in this capacity. Here is a list of a few job opportunities that we have specifically for veterans and their spouses. Please keep in mind, that in order to be considered for any of these positions, YOU MUST RSVP to this email with your full name and the company you wish to interview with. Thank you.
 
 
TUESDAY, JANUARY 22ND & THURSDAY, JANUARY 24TH , 2019 at 9:00 AM-3:00- **Security (G4S) $22.00/ph -See address below**
 
TUESDAY, JANUARY 22ND & THURSDAY, JANUARY 24TH at 9:00 AM-3:00-**Maintenance (Guardian) $19.37/ph-See address below**
 
520 West 24th Street -On the Spot Interviews with the Employers- Please ask for Jamilah upon arrival     
 
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23RD, 2019- -WAREHOUSE INVENTORY(WIS INTERNATIONAL) $15.00/ph
9 Bond Street, 5th Floor, Brooklyn NY
 
PLEASE RSVP BY RESPONDING TO THIS EMAIL. Thank you!
 
 
Always,
 
Jamilah Clay
Veteran Specialist
NYC Business Solutions
Brooklyn Workforce1 Career Center
9 Bond Street, 5th Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11201
T: 347-296-8037
F: 718-246-5965
 
 
 
January 25, 2019:          Queens Workforce1 Center:
 
 
Sunnyside Community Center
 
 
CARE NYC’s main site is Sunnyside Community Services with partner sites throughout Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens. This position is for a Queens partner site. We are seeking a dynamic bilingual Social Worker working under the title of Caregiver Support Specialist to work with caregivers throughout the five boroughs. This position is full-time with full benefits.
 
 
Registered Nurse
 
Sunnyside Home Care Project, Inc. has immediate openings for full-time Registered Nurses (RNs) for home visits in Manhattan and the Bronx. Sunnyside is a large LHCSA servicing the 5 boroughs of NYC.
Qualifications and experience:
 
·  RN with at least one year of home care experience.
 
·  Good interpersonal skills with an ability to establish rapport with staff, clients, and other community agencies.
 
 
Bilingual Caregiver Support Specialist (English/Spanish) Full-time
  
The Caregiver Support Specialist will be responsible for assessing and delivering services that meet the needs of individuals and families caring for someone living with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. The Caregiver Support Specialist will complete intakes, assessments, care plans, and enter timely case notes. The Caregiver Support Specialist should be familiar with New York City’s network of service providers for individuals with AD and their caregivers, which will enable them to connect caregivers to the services they require. They should have experience in outreach and be able to identify community groups, professionals and agencies throughout the City who may have an interest in services and may benefit from CARE NYC services
 
 
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
 
·     Conduct intake and assessment screening of caregiver, assessing mental and physical health needs and supports, and financial eligibility for benefits, entitlements and respite services.
 
·     Perform home visits to caregivers to evaluate unmet needs.
 
·     Collaborate with the caregiver to develop a plan of care and implement constructive short and long-term interventions through counseling, education about caregiving supports, long-term planning, and assistance with benefits.
 
·     Link caregivers to other service providers such as mental health, medical care, and financial management services as needed.
 
      Lead a support group, providing emotional support and psycho-education about dementia.
 
·     Provide timely documentation and maintenance of client files and progress notes.
 
·     Work as part of the team to support the needs of the program.
 
 
Physical Requirements:
 
·     This role will require bending, sitting, stooping, and standing.
 
Working Conditions:
 
·     The work of this role will take place in an office setting
 
Job Qualifications:
 
·     BSW with 3-5 years of experience working in a social service organization or equivalent OR MSW with 2 years of experience working in a social service organization or equivalent.
 
·    Experience working with families, the geriatric populations, social services, senior benefits and client relations required.
·         
     Caregiver and/or Alzheimer’s experience preferred.
 
·     Ability to organize, manage and evaluate multiple activities and services.
 
·     Ability to communicate effectively with other team members, community agencies, and clients with diverse opinions, values, and cultures.
 
·     Excellent interpersonal and public speaking communication skills.
 
·     Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with staff, clients, volunteers, and other community/government agencies.
 
·     Provide accurate and timely documentation required.
 
·     Strong computer skills with experience in Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel. Salesforce experience is preferred.
 
·     Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
 
·     Must be bilingual – English/Spanish
 
 
HHA Outreach Specialist:
 
The HHA Outreach Specialist coordinates SCSNY initiatives to promote the organization and its services to the community at large. Develops relationships with the community to foster recruitment initiatives and serves as the organization's liaison with prospective recruits and trainees. The position will nurture relationships with prospective recruits/trainees and manage on-going community relationships.
 
 Duties and Responsibilities:
 
·     Local travel REQUIRED.
 
·     Coordinate and implement strategic initiatives for recruiting Certified Home Health Aides, Home Health Aide Trainees and OSY participants.
 
·     Coordinate the recruitment process, including developing overall recruitment and outreach plan and schedule.
 
·     Maintain ongoing liaison between SCSNY and community organizations in regards to recruitment.
 
·     Develop and implement search strategy that includes vendor selection process and performance metrics for all searches.
 
·     Manage the recruitment process to meet Home Care staffing goals.
 
·     Work with hiring personnel and interview teams to ensure job requirements and expectations are understood, and candidates are assessed against appropriate criteria.
 
·     Provide support and assistance to new recruits and trainees in assuring that they understand expectations and agency policies and procedures.
 
·     Develop, coordinate and conduct an ongoing assessment of outreach and recruitment strategies.
 
·     Ensure weekly follow up with recruitment candidates to ensure timeliness of recruitment process.
 
·     Maintains a database of referral sources for potential training applicants in Salesforce.
 
·     Track and report key metrics designed to measure and predict recruitment activity.
 
·     Provide weekly recruitment outreach reports and data.
 
·     Analyzes information to improve and ensure program candidate referral appropriateness.
 
·     Conducts information sessions for candidates on and off-site.
 
·     Interviews candidates as needed.
 
·     Participate in program staff meetings.
 
·     Actively participate in all staffing related activities and engage in cross-functional projects related to the Home Health
 
 
Training Program:
 
·     Monitors adherence to agency policies and procedures.
 
·     Perform other related duties as assigned.
 
 
Job Requirements:
 
·     Excellent verbal and written communications skills and computer literacy.
 
·     Excellent interpersonal and public speaking communication skills.
 
·     Able to develop and maintain effective working relationships with staff, clients, volunteers, and other community/government agencies.
 
·     Ability to maintain confidentiality and adapt to the changing needs of program participants.
 
·     Ability to network with other departments and community service providers.
 
·     Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
 
 
Computer Skills:
 
·     Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel is required. Familiar with SalesForce a plus.
 
 
QUALIFICATIONS:
 
·     A two-year degree from a recognized college or university in social/human services, Bachelor’s degree preferred
 
·     Bilingual – English/Spanish a must.
 
·     Two years’ experience working in an educational or career development program Ability to understand and relate with diverse individuals.
 
 
PHYSICAL DEMANDS
 
·     Bending, sitting, stooping, standing and computer data entry.
 
 
Bilingual Social Worker:
     
The Caregiver Support Specialist will be responsible for assessing and delivering services that meet the needs of individuals and families caring for someone living with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. The Caregiver Support Specialist will complete intakes, assessments, care plans, and enter timely case notes. The Caregiver Support Specialist should be familiar with New York City’s network of service providers for individuals with AD and their caregivers, which will enable them to connect caregivers to the services they require. They should have experience in outreach and be able to identify community groups, professionals and agencies throughout the City who may have an interest in services and may benefit from CARE NYC services.
 
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
 
·     Conduct intake and assessment screening of caregiver, assessing mental and physical health needs and supports, and financial eligibility for benefits, entitlements and respite services.
 
·     Perform home visits to both caregivers to evaluate unmet needs.
 
·     Collaborate with the caregiver to develop a plan of care and implement constructive short and long-term interventions through counseling, education about caregiving supports, long-term planning, and assistance with benefits.
 
·     Link caregivers to other service providers such as mental health, medical care, and financial management services as needed.
 
·     Lead a support group, providing emotional support and psycho-education about dementia.
 
·     Provide timely documentation and maintenance of client files and progress notes.
 
·     Work as part of the team to support the needs of the program.
 
Physical Requirements:
 
·     This role will require bending, sitting, stooping, and standing.
 
Working Conditions:
 
·     The work of this role will take place in an office setting
 
Job Qualifications:
 
·     BSW with 3-5 years of experience working in a social service organization or equivalent OR MSW with 2 years of experience working in a social service organization or equivalent.
 
·     Experience working with families, the geriatric populations, social services, senior benefits and client relations required.
 
·     Caregiver and/or Alzheimer’s experience preferred.
 
·     Ability to organize, manage and evaluate multiple activities and services.
 
·     Ability to communicate effectively with other team members, community agencies, and clients with diverse opinions, values and cultures.
 
·     Excellent interpersonal and public speaking communication skills. Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with staff, clients, volunteers, and other community/government agencies.
 
·     Provide accurate and timely documentation required.
 
·     Strong computer skills with experience in Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel. Salesforce experience is preferred.
 
·     Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
 
·     Must be bilingual – English/Spanish
 
 
Bilingual (Spanish/English) Social Worker for Care Latino-Caregivers Alzheimer’s Program:
 
Sunnyside Community Services, an innovative community-based, social service organization in Queens (a 10-minute subway ride from Grand Central) is seeking to staff an exciting program, CARE LATINO, providing support to Latino caregivers caring for an individual living with Alzheimer’s disease and/or other dementia.  The Caregiver Support Specialist will conduct intensive outreach, assessments and develop care plans, provide referrals and connections to partners, design and implement a series of trainings that meet caregivers’ needs and run wellness, joint enrichment, and educational workshops. S/he will also be responsible for keeping and inputting data for tracking and reporting functions.
 
The Caregiver Support Specialist will work closely with over 50 clients each year.   S/he will have experience developing and overseeing the execution of care plans, and with administering social work screening and other assessments. The Caregiver Support Specialist should be familiar with New York City’s network of providers of services for individuals with Alzheimer's disease and their caregivers, which will enable them to connect caregivers to the services they require.
 
The Caregiver Support Specialist will report directly to the Division Director of Senior Services.
 
 
Responsibilities:
 
·     Develop and strategize an outreach plan to promote CARE LATINO and its services
 
·     Create and maintain outreach directory.
 
·     Conduct Intake, assessments and appropriate follow up and advocacy to ensure coordination of services.
 
·     Research new resources and assist in adding new resources as well as verifying the accuracy of existing resources.
 
·     Periodic home visits as necessary to meet client needs.
 
·     Provide case consultation to caregivers including ongoing counseling, I&R, and care plan development
 
·     Provide ongoing individual education and support around Alzheimer’s Disease or related Dementias including long-term care planning, caregiver skills, and self-care
 
·     Identify and register caregivers to attend education and training workshops coordinated by Caregiver Support Specialist
 
·     Assess clients for support group
 
·     Lead bi-monthly support group
      
·     Maintain strict confidentiality for both client and personnel files and information.
 
·     Ensure that case records are current and that case notes are recorded in a timely manner.
 
 
Qualifications:
 
·     BSW with 3-5 years of experience or MSW with 2 years’ experience working in a social service organization or equivalent.
 
·     Fully Spanish fluent as this the primary language of the program.
 
·     Specific focus on generating referrals to other programs.
 
·     Substantive experience with seniors programs
 
·     Self-motivated and able to work individually and within teams
 
·     Caregiver and/or Alzheimer’s experience preferred.
 
·     Ability to organize, manage and evaluate multiple activities and services.
 
·     Ability to communicate effectively with other team members, community agencies, and clients with diverse opinions, values, and cultures.
 
·     Dependable and flexible work ethic
 
·     Ability to track and report on data is essential.
 
·     Strong computer skills with experience in Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel.
 
 
Activities Coordinator:
 
Sunnyside Community Services, a settlement house located in a diverse and vibrant neighborhood in Queens seeks an Activities Coordinator for our Care NYC Caregiver Support Initiative. Care NYC, a city-wide program designed to support Caregivers caring for those individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other related dementias. This position is full-time with benefits.
 
Position Summary:
 
The Activities Coordinator will be responsible for developing, coordinating, and overseeing the implementation of activities designed to provide Caregivers with opportunities to participate in self-care. The Activities Coordinator will complete Department of Health (DOH) Sign-In Forms and provide case assistance to new Caregivers attending these activities. Activities may occur in various settings such as senior centers, restaurants, and healthcare clinics throughout the five boroughs. Sunnyside Community Services will be the main office site with monthly travel to other boroughs based on frequency and location of activities.  The Activities Coordinator must attend the activities to ensure they are held in accordance to program standards and policies.
 
 
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
 
·     Develop, plan, and oversee the implementation of activities for Caregivers throughout the five boroughs.
 
·     Plan and execute at least 3 activities per month. Activities must be pre-planned quarterly.
 
·     Provide case assistance to include completing DOH Sign-In Forms for new caregivers attending activities.
 
·     Enter data into Salesforce database within program deadlines.
 
·     Work with Caregiver Support Specialists to facilitate activities.
 
·     Administer satisfaction surveys after activities to get Caregiver feedback.
 
·     Research new ideas for activities, taking into consideration Caregivers’ feedback from surveys.
 
·     Create program flyers promoting activities.
 
·     Assist with outreach efforts in any of the five boroughs.
 
·     Work as part of the team to support the needs of the program.
 
 
Physical Requirements:
 
·     This role will require bending, sitting, stooping, and standing.
 
Working Conditions:
 
·     The work of this role will take place in an office setting.
 
Job Qualifications:
 
·     High school diploma or GED required. Some college preferred.
 
·     Experience working in social services required. Experience working with families and geriatric populations preferred.
 
·     Ability to plan, organize, and oversee multiple activities and services.
 
·     Ability to communicate effectively with other team members, community agencies, vendors, and clients with diverse opinions, values and cultures.

·     Excellent interpersonal communication skills. Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with caregivers, staff, volunteers, vendors, and other community/government agencies.

·     Ability to provide accurate and timely documentation required.

·     Strong computer skills with experience in Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel. Salesforce experience is preferred.

·     Ability to travel to the five boroughs to oversee the activities.

·     Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
 
Customer Care Concierge:
 
The Customer Care Concierge (Concierge) acts as “ambassador of good will” when performing his/her basic job responsibilities by greeting clients and the general public with enthusiasm and providing them with fast and efficient professional service.  The Concierge acts as the liaison to the community visiting Sunnyside Community Services.  It is imperative that the Concierge projects a pleasant and personable demeanor and maintains a thorough working knowledge of SCS programs and services. The Concierge is responsible for referring members to the appropriate staff member and or department when necessary. The Concierge troubleshoots challenging situations in a professional and diplomatic manner and takes all steps needed to resolve the situation and/or inform management for assistance if needed. 
 
 
Qualifications:
 
·     College degree (A.A. or B.A) or related coursework is preferred.
 
·     3-5 years of customer service or hospitality experience required.
 
·     Basic skills in Windows-based software programs including Word and Excel, telephone and copiers.
 
·     Strong time management skills with the ability to multi-task and prioritize in a demanding fast-paced environment.
 
·     Fluency in English and Spanish, verbally and writing.
 
 
Working Conditions:
 
·     The work of this role will take place in a lobby setting at a reception desk which will require occasional standing, communicating with guests, and disseminating materials.
 
·     Evening or weekend work may be required.
 
Outreach Specialist:
 
Make your impact on the community by helping us change lives.  If you are looking to lend your skills, voice, and experience to making change, then we need you.  Care NYC provides support to hundreds of family caregivers throughout the five boroughs.  You are targeting an adult daughter working full time, who clocks into her second job caring for her mom with memory loss. Siblings splitting the responsibilities of taking their dad to doctor’s appointments who have been recently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. These are the stories of people we impact, and this position is the connection to spreading the word about our services to the community. The Outreach Specialist will identify community groups, professionals and agencies throughout the City and disseminate information about this innovative program. The Outreach Specialist will report directly to the Program Director.
 
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
 
·     Develop and strategize an outreach plan to promote Care NYC and its services
 
·     Build relationships and visit locations, including community-based organizations, places of worship, hospitals, health care offices, doctors’ offices, community boards, and other community locations
 
·     Explore partnerships and identify cross-promotion opportunities with Care NYC
 
·     Identifying appropriate venues for presentations
 
·     Tailoring presentations to the targeted audience
 
·     Coordinate with fellow staff to target appropriate community organizations
 
·     Track and document all contacts
 
·     Research and follow up on events throughout the city, i.e., health fairs, resource fairs, conferences, seminars where Care NYC staff can table and conduct outreach
 
·     Create and maintain an Outreach Directory
 
·     Assist in the design of an Outreach Package
 
·     Prepare flyers, newsletters, bulletin boards, and other promotional and informational materials
 
·     Strategize efforts and assist with campaigns to conduct outreach via social media outlets
 
      Ability to travel throughout the five boroughs and surrounding areas as necessary
 
 
Specialized Skills and Competencies:
 
 
·     Interpersonal and Customer Service Skills: The Outreach Specialist must be able to interact with caregivers, funders, Sunnyside staff agency-wide, his/her supervisor, and any other stakeholders in a thoughtful, respectful, and dignified manner.
·     
     Problem-Solving Skills: As this role involves managing contact with vulnerable individuals, the Outreach Specialist must demonstrate creativity in responding to challenging situations, including being able to distill and process information quickly and accurately, and prioritize action steps.
·         
      Time Management Skills: A managing documentation is a key component of this role, the Outreach Specialist must be particularly adept at managing his/her time.
 
·     Stress Management Skills: As the pressures of presenting (in front of professionals or clients) can be stressful, the Outreach Specialist must be able to stay calm and maintain professionalism.
 
·     Verbal and Written Communication Skills: As communication using various methods is key to the delivery of service for this role, the Outreach Specialist must be able to speak clearly and succinctly when conveying information and must also be able to document information clearly and accurately.
·         
       Good Judgment: As this role is responsible for presenting, the Outreach Specialist must be able to identify and tailor presentations for the audience
 
·     Discretion: As the Outreach Specialist will have access to confidential information, s/he must have the ability to hold all such information, and any other protected information, in the strictest confidence during the processing, storing, and discarding of that information, and must share it only on a need-to-know basis.
 
·     Team Player: The Outreach Specialist may also perform other duties, as assigned.
 
Physical Requirements:
 
·     This role will require bending, sitting, stooping, and standing.
 
Working Conditions:
 
·     The work of this role will take place in an office setting
 
Job Qualifications:
 
·     Excellent interpersonal and public speaking communication skills.
 
·     Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with staff, clients, volunteers, and other community/government agencies
 
·     Bachelor’s degree in Marketing or related experience
 
·     At least two years of marketing in the non-profit sector
 
·     Excellent verbal and written communications skills and computer literacy
 
·     Ability to organize, manage and evaluate multiple activities and services.
 
·     Ability to communicate effectively with other team members, community agencies, and clients with diverse opinions, values, and cultures.
 
·     Provide accurate and timely documentation required.
 
·     Strong computer skills with experience in Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel. Salesforce experience is preferred.
 
·     Ability to work independently and in a team environment
 
·     Knowledge and understanding of family caregiving and Alzheimer’s disease a plus
 
·     Bilingual Spanish a plus
 
 
Budget Analyst
 
Responsibilities:
 
·     Maintain, controls, analyzes, and prepares reports on the organization's restricted grants and contracts from State, City, and private sources and prepares budgets for all restricted grant and contract proposals.
 
·     Develop and present complex analysis, working collaboratively with colleagues and senior leadership.
 
·     Review grant and contract invoices and payroll allocations to ensure that they are allowable within the constraints of each grant or contract line budget and prepares appropriate reimbursement claims or reports.
 
·     Recommend enhancements to planning and resource allocation processes to support values of transparency and accountability, and effective senior management decision-making.
 
·     Generate monthly internal budget to actual reports for project management.
 
·     Reconcile claims to the books to ensure that they are in agreement.
 
·     Prepare grant or contract budget modifications as needed.
 
·     Enter grant and contract budgets on accounting software and verifies accuracy.
 
·     Develops relationship with funding agencies and follows up on discrepancies and procedures. Assist on monthly ending journal entries.
 
·     Maintains liaison with agency and contract auditors and resolves audit issues.
 
·     Perform other duties as assigned.
         
Qualifications:
 
·     B.S. in business or related field and one-year experience in nonprofit budgeting, budget analysis and contract claim preparation.
 
·     Must be well organized, have strong analytical skills, and have good written and verbal communication skills.
 
·     Must have high level of attention to detail and accuracy, but able to meet deadlines. Experience with Fund-EZ accounting software would be a plus. Salary: $45,000
 
 
Custodian II:
   
The Custodian will perform various tasks to maintain the building and grounds by providing housekeeping, grounds keeping, and repair services.  Ensure the building is kept clean and orderly and provide a safe environment for staff, program participants, and guests.  Understand and comply with facility management, safety and maintenance policies and objectives.
 
 
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
  
·     Performing Facility Maintenance:
 
·     Ensure the front of the building is clean and free of obstacles that may cause a safety hazard; this may include snow removal during winter months
 
·     Clean all common areas of the building consistently with appropriate equipment. This may include, but not limited to, the elevator, stairs, floor landings, hallways, kitchen and bathrooms
 
·     Clean/sweep/mop and wipe bathrooms per daily schedule and as needed, including vanity, sink, toilet and floor
 
·     Remove all trash daily.  Collect recyclables and store in trash room until scheduled pick up
 
·     Clean office furniture including computers, desks, telephones, file cabinets, office equipment.  Wipe down window sills and blinds
 
·     Vacuum carpets, defrost refrigerators, and clean microwaves
 
·         Ensure rooms are clean and set up for scheduled classes and meetings as per Midas calendar.  Clean vents, fans, replace air conditioner filters as needed, and replace light bulbs
 
·         Perform and/or assist in minor facility repairs and maintenance, patching wall, remove and install vinyl base strips, painting, sheetrock installation, carpentry
 
·     Ability to operate fire safety equipment and perform routine inspections/drills to ensure the safety of staff
 
·     Routinely check emergency lights and exit signs
 
     Inspect/test fire safety equipment and ensure permits are current
 
·     Apply and obtain necessary fire safety guard certificate
 
·     Performing Facility Improvements
 
·     Implement office relocations and make deliveries to departments
 
 
 
·     Retrieve and place storage boxes in basement
 
·     Inform Maintenance Services Supervisor of needed repairs and/or safety issues
 
·     Paint and spackle tasks to improve the quality and appearance of the facility
 
·     Perform floor care procedures including stripping, waxing, and polishing floors
 
·     Perform other duties as assigned
 
·     Performing room set ups and public events
 
·     Set up rooms in a timely manner according to Midas calendar
 
·     Inform supervisor/staff members of any changes regarding set ups
 
·     Clean tables and chairs prior to room use, ensure defaced/damaged furniture is removed and reported to supervisor
 
·     Prepares tables, seating for Center Event Space for public events, and performs post-event custodian services
 
·     Clean rooms of all trash and materials and prepare room for next event
 
 
Qualifications:
 
·     2-4 years of experience as a custodian
 
·    Ability to work flexible hours, including late nights, weekends, and some holidays
·         
     Ability to strip, wax, and polish floors
 
·   Ability to operate basic power tools including, but not limited to, circular saw, hammer, electric drain cleaner, and cordless drill
 
·     Training certificates in facility maintenance and repairs preferred.
 
·     Knowledge of basic carpentry, electrical, and plumbing
 
·     Valid driver’s license a plus
 
 
Physical Requirements:
 
·     Ability to stand, walk, bend, climb ladders, stairs, and move or lift moderate sized objects (up to 25 lbs.)
 
In order to apply and be considered for the position, interested candidates must register and attend a screening interview conducted by Workforce1 at a recruitment event.
 
 
Date: Monday Jan. 28, 2019 check in: 12pm
 
Wednesday Jan. 30, 2019 check in: 12pm
 
Thursday Jan. 31, 2019 check in: 12pm

Check in: (No admittance after 2:00pm)

Location: 168-25 Jamaica Avenue, 2nd Floor, Jamaica, NY
 
 
 
February 22, 2019:      Workforce1 Manhattan (Harlem) Location:
 
 
 
 
DO YOU WANT A CAREER IN RETAIL?? IF SO....
 These stores and more are hiring immediately! We invite you come in to meet with one of our professionals. 
 
PLEASE DRESS PROFESSIONALLY, BRING TWO COPIES OF YOUR RESUME AND PHOTO ID TO THE EVENT LOCATION/TIMES/DATES BELOW:
 
Monday, February 25th from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Tuesday, February 26th from 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Wednesday,February 27th from 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
 
Address: 215 West 125th Street, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10027
 
Tell them that you were referred by the Veterans Association of America, Inc. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
March 5, 2019:            LGBT Employment Center:
 
 
 
 
Midtown Candy Retailer is hiring!
 
 Looking for Customer Service Enthusiast to join the team! 
 
Are You:
  • Passionate about Customer Service?
  • Interested in working in the heart of NYC at a tourist attraction?
  • Available to work weekends and evenings?
 
IF YOU ANSWERED YES to all of these questions join us at in person interviews!
 
Positions Available:
  • Sales Associate
  • Café Associate / Barista
  • Merchandise Associate
  • Maintenance Associate
  • Overnight Associate
 
Skills and Qualifications Required:
  • Must have excellent communication skills and be able to take direction
  • Must be friendly, outgoing and confident with an ability to easily build rapport when meeting new
  • people
  •  Must be knowledgeable and enthusiastic products
  •  Enjoy being part of a team environment
  •  Ability to stand for long periods of time and lift up to 50lbs
  • Consistently provides an exceptional client experience through greeting and interacting
  • Model the four service skills laid out in customer service training
  • Ability to prioritize and meet deadlines as assigned with minimal supervision
  • Ability to move large quantities of merchandise with carts, dollies, hand trucks, and other moving equipment
  • Must have an ability and flexibility to work nights, weekends, holidays, store openings and closings, to meet the needs of the business
  • Ability to multi-task, while being attentive to customers and remaining flexible to the needs of the business
  • Minimum High School Diploma or GED
  • Ability to pass Background check / Drug test
 
 
COME APPLY IN PERSON
 
When?
 
Wednesday, March 6th 2019 from 1:00pm -3:00pm
 
Where?
 
                                                     The LGBT Center
                                                        208 West 13th Street
                                                    New York, New York, 10011 
 
What to Bring?
 
Make sure to dress in BUSINESS ATTIRE and have a 2 copy's of your RESUME!
 
 
 
Are you coming to my event?
LOCATION 
The LGBT Center 208 West 13th Street New York, New York, 10011 
 
DATE AND TIME
03/06/19 1:00pm - 03/06/19 3:00pm 
 
High End Candy Retailer looking for Sales Associate, Café Associate, Merchandise Associate, Maintenance Associate, & Overnight Associate!