Careers

Make a Rewarding Career Move

The Coalition for the Homeless offers rewarding career opportunities for counselors, teachers, social workers, case managers and organizers. Coalition programs offer a variety of entry-level and professional positions for those who wish to join our dedicated and talented corps of human services workers and advocates.

Positions Available:

CASE MANAGER, EVICTION PREVENTION PROGRAM

PART-TIME VAN DRIVER, GRAND CENTRAL FOOD PROGRAM

SUMMER CAMP POSITIONS, CAMP HOMEWARD BOUND

Case Manager, Eviction Prevention Program

POSITION SUMMARY: The Eviction Prevention Case Manager provides direct services to clients in arrears of their rent and at risk of homelessness including, but not limited to;  participation in screening of potential clients through our weekly hotline, maintaining a schedule of weekly meetings with clients and conducting more in depth assessments, as well as organizing and case planning to assist clients in resolving their arrears, working with other Eviction Prevention agencies throughout the City. He/She works as a member of the Crisis Services team and reports directly to the Manager of the Eviction Prevention Program, with regular clinical supervision with the Director of Crisis Services.  The case manager performs job duties consistent with the mission and goals of the Coalition for the Homeless and the terms of relevant funding agreements.

QUALIFICATIONS:  BA/BS in social work or human services preferred.  Prior case/care management experience required and experience working with homeless persons, the mentally ill, substance users, and/or persons living with HIV/AIDS strongly desired.  Prior experience in a client advocacy setting desirable. Spanish proficiency a plus.

REPORTS TO: Eviction Prevention Program Manager/ Director of Crisis Services

SALARY: Commensurate w/experience & education(excellent benefits package)

TO APPLY:

Submit cover letter and current resume with salary requirements
Include the job title in subject line of e-mail or on FAX cover sheet
Email: jobs@cfthomeless.org (preferred)
Or FAX: (212) 233-2032, Attention: Eviction Prevention Case Manager
No telephone inquiries please
Persons of color and formerly homeless individuals are encouraged to apply
EOE

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Part-Time Van Driver, Grand Central Food Program

POSITION SUMMARY: The GCFP Part-Time Driver works with the GCFP Program Assistant to ensure that the GCFP vehicle is in good working order, and is responsible for ensuring timely delivery of meals. As with other members of the GCFP program team, the GCFP Part-Time Driver collaborates with volunteers to assist in distribution of meals to clients at the site. The GCFP Part-Time Driver performs job duties consistent with the mission and goals of the Coalition for the Homeless and the terms of the HPNAP agreement with the New York State Department of Health.

QUALIFICATIONS: A High School degree or GED is required. Valid NYS driver’s license with no moving vehicle violations required. Two years of related experience in driving experience in a human services setting, strongly desired. *Ability to work 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM Weds, Thurs, Fri, Sat, and Sun (Mon & Tues off).  The Part-Time Driver may be asked from time-to-time to provide coverage on some Mondays and Tuesdays in the event of a volunteer driver’s absence.

Salary: $13.50 per hour (This is a part-time opportunity not to exceed 15-20 hours per week.) This position does not have company-sponsored benefits.

To Apply:  Include the job title in subject line of e-mail or on your fax cover sheet. Submit resume and cover letter to: Email: jobs@cfthomeless.org (preferred)
Or FAX: (212) 233-2032, Attention: Part-Time Van Driver
No telephone inquiries please.
Persons of color and formerly homeless individuals are encouraged to apply.
Equal Opportunity Employer

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Summer Camp Positions, Camp Homeward Bound

Coalition for the Homeless seeks seasonal counselors and supervisors for its Camp Homeward Bound program located in Harriman State Park . Started in 1984, the Homeward Bound program was the first camp in the nation created specifically to serve homeless children. Camp Homeward Bound provides a safe, predictable, and highly structured environment for homeless youngsters (ages seven to fifteen). We foster the development of positive social and learning skills and is scheduled for three sessions each summer.

At Camp Homeward Bound camp staff receive pre-camp training, ongoing support, and mentoring throughout the summer. Counselors and supervisors develop problem solving and leadership skills that future employers may find valuable. Camp staff aim to positively influence a group of young people in need of strong positive role models. They look forward to meeting new people around the world, forming lasting friendships, and working with a team of dedicated individuals seeking to make a difference in the lives of young people.

For more information about Camp Homeward Bound, click here.

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