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Posted 7 months ago
Reports to: Program Manager Employment Status:  Non-Exempt/Full Time Salary Range: $19.78 an hour Qualifications:
  • Preferred minimum of associate degree in a related field and 2 years of experience. A bachelor’s degree in related human service field in psychology, addictions, social work, education, human services, social science or related field is strongly preferred.
  • Have lived experience as a parent or guardian.
  • Demonstrated ability in program implementation and organization.
  • Current and valid NYS driver’s license and reliable transportation.
Job Responsibilities:
  • Help families and individuals identify goals and track progress through the Family Peer Advocacy model.
  • Participate as the FPA in specific evidence-based treatment models.
  • Initiate and support parent support and skills groups.
  • Help families learn about special education services, procedures, and rights.
  • Facilitate effective family-provider partnerships.
  • Provide support to incarcerated individuals and their families through the implementation of evidence-based parenting programs, including Parenting Inside Out, Active Parenting, Active Parenting of Teens, and Strengthening Families.
  • Becoming accredited in specific evidence-based family programming.
  • Must adhere to OASAS prevention guidelines with programming.
  • Foster effective parent-professional partnership and promote the practice of family-driven and youth-guided approaches.
  • Develop and provide community presentations as requested.
  • Will attend mandatory prevention and family programming trainings, workshops, and conferences.
  • Compile program data for local and state reporting requirements for monthly, quarterly, and annual reports.
  • Assist in strategic planning and development and following work plan.
  • Assist with completion of programming related to the work plan.
  • Build collaborative partnerships with local, regional and state agencies.
  • Travel required within Oneida County.
  • Become familiar and well versed in community agencies and supportive services.
  • Perform other duties as requested.

Reports to: Program Manager Employment Status:  Non-Exempt/Full Time Salary Range: $19.78 an hour Qualifications: Preferred minimum of associate degree in a related field and 2 years of experience. A...

Reports to: Program Manager Employment Status:  Non-Exempt/Full Time Salary Range: $38,000 - $44,000 Qualifications:
  • At least 1 year experience working with children and families.
  • Preferred minimum of associate degree in a related field and 2 years of experience. A bachelor’s degree in related human service field in psychology, addictions, social work, education, human services, social science or related field is strongly preferred.
  • Have lived experience as a parent or guardian is preferred.
  • Demonstrated ability in program implementation and organization.
  • Current and valid NYS driver’s license and reliable transportation.
Job Responsibilities:
  • Provide support to incarcerated individuals and their families through the implementation of evidence-based parenting programs, including Parenting Inside Out, Active Parenting, Active Parenting of Teens, and Strengthening Families
  • Becoming accredited in specific evidence-based family programming.
  • Must adhere to OASAS prevention guidelines with programming.
  • Foster effective parent-professional partnership and promote the practice of family-driven and youth-guided approaches.
  • Develop and provide community presentations as requested.
  • Will attend mandatory prevention and family programming trainings, workshops, and conferences.
  • Compile program data for local and state reporting requirements for monthly, quarterly, and annual reports.
  • Assist in strategic planning and development and following work plan.
  • Assist with completion of programming related to the work plan.
  • Build collaborative partnerships with local, regional and state agencies.
  • Travel required within Oneida County.
  • Become familiar and well versed in community agencies and supportive services.
  • Perform other duties as requested.

Reports to: Program Manager Employment Status:  Non-Exempt/Full Time Salary Range: $38,000 – $44,000 Qualifications: At least 1 year experience working with children and families. Preferred min...

Reports to: PINS Supervisor Employment Status:  Non-Exempt/Full Time Salary Range: $50,000 - $55,000 Qualifications:
  • Master’s level social worker, mental health counselor, marriage and family therapist or related clinical degree.
  • Minimum of one year of post graduate direct service counseling work, or previous case management/internship experience(s) may be substituted.
  • A commitment to human services as a profession.
  • An understanding of and commitment to helping profession ethics.
  • Is culturally competent.
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Current & valid NYS drivers’ license.
  • Demonstrated ability in public speaking and program delivery.
  • Current and valid NYS driver’s license.
Job Responsibilities:
  • Assures high-quality client services.
  • Provides direct service to clients – individuals, children, and families.
  • Provides counseling to individuals, children, and families through individual and family counseling.
  • Initiates both internal and external referrals to providers/agency services.
  • Coordinates with referral providers and agencies.
  • Develops, plans, and coordinates support groups with the PINS team.
  • Maintains relationships with Herkimer County and with other referral sources.
  • Updates job skills through professional development as needed.
  • Contributes to team effort by performing other duties as assigned or those duties requested by supervisor.
  • Maintains accurate client records and statistics.
  • Maintains confidentiality of all clients.
  • Abides by their affiliated Code of Ethics, such as the National Association of Social Workers.
  • Maintains and promotes positive work environment.
  • Assist families to explore community-based resources, services, support groups, and learning opportunities.
  • Assist families to enrich family relationships and rebuild natural support systems.
  • Collaborate with providers, referral sources and community supports. Coordinate, recruit as needed and facilitate family support groups.
  • Make presentations to community groups.
  • Participate in regular staff meetings and supervision.
  • Complete documentation in a timely manner including assessments, demographic information, treatment plans, progress notes, etc
  • Provide Programming to families – one on one and in group setting
  • Establish and build relationships with community organizations and resources relating to the agency Mission/Vision.
  • Attending local, regional and state committee/consortium/coalition meetings as relevant.
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to, and respect for, the diverse cultural backgrounds and practices of volunteers, consumers and staff.
  • Compile program statistics including monthly, quarterly and annual reports.
  • Provide training to volunteers and referring professionals when needed.
  • With the FPA assist in weekly family-friendly events throughout Herkimer County.
  • Collaborate with Peers in other parts of the state especially through CFLR
  • Participate as needed with the Peer Family Support Group.
  • Provide material for website/Facebook postings and calendar updates.
  • Attending CFLR staff meetings and other agency functions as required.
  • Provide occasional transportation of program clients in accordance with CFLR's transportation policy.
  • Abide by HIPPA laws and State and County PINS Diversion regulations.
  • Any other duties/tasks assigned by supervisor.

Reports to: PINS Supervisor Employment Status:  Non-Exempt/Full Time Salary Range: $50,000 – $55,000 Qualifications: Master’s level social worker, mental health counselor, marriage and family...

Reports to: Chief Development Officer Employment Status:  Non-Exempt/Full Time Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:00pm (Hybrid optional) Salary Range: $35,000 - $42,000 (DOE) Qualifications:
  • Associate degree or higher
  • Two years’ experience in job related field such as non-profit work or managing volunteer programs and/or coordinating events.
  Job Responsibilities: Volunteer Coordination: 
  • Develop, promote, and maintain a wide range of volunteer opportunities within the organization.
  • Survey staff regularly assess the need for volunteer assistance.
  • Ensure volunteers are staffed to support the various programs to include Prevention outreach events, recovery outreach events, fundraising events.
  • Schedule all volunteer activity
  • Organize and participate in volunteer recognition programs and events.
  • Maintain accurate records and provide timely statistical and activity reports on volunteer participation.
  • Recruit, interview, and place applicants for volunteer work at various fundraising events and in regular positions.
  • Work with Marketing to publicize opportunities for volunteers.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with other volunteer organizations within the area.
  • Utilize volunteer management system for application, background checks, sign up pages as needed.
  • Track and report volunteer hours monthly
Event Coordination:
  • Coordination of CFLR’s participation in community events for programs as needed.
  • Schedule staff and volunteers for events as needed or required.
  • Collaborate with Community Educators on community engagement events.
  • Coordinate Professional Development quarterly meetings and annual conference.
  • Work with development staff to coordinate fundraising and maximizing external events and assisting the development team in all aspects of the fundraising process as needed.
  • Develop and ensure all details of events are secured including vendors.
  • Provide event coaching, direction, oversight, scheduling, planning and production assistance for program staff, volunteers, and committees.
  • Manage and track event progress towards fundraising goals, providing updates to CDO regularly.
  • Assist development team with in-kind and sponsor solicitations for events as needed.
  • Maintain accurate records of all in-kind and monetary donations for events.
  • Maintain appropriate electronic and paper files for all events.
  • Collaborate with the CDO to implement annual development goals and strategic plans.
  • Utilize donor information systems to track donor relationships, actions, meetings, and development goals.
 

Reports to: Chief Development Officer Employment Status:  Non-Exempt/Full Time Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:00pm (Hybrid optional) Salary Range: $35,000 – $42,000 (DOE) Qualifications...

Reports to: Senior Family Support Worker Employment Status:  Non-Exempt/Full Time Salary Range: $33,000 - $40,000 Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's in Human Services or related field (Required)
  • At least 1 year experience working with children and families.
Job Responsibilities:
  • Maintain a caseload of 10-12 children.
  • Ensure that all releases are obtained.
  • Explain and provides on-call information to families on their caseloads.
  • Maintain regular contact in person ad by phone with the child, their parents, and the school.
  • Provides reward-based recreation activities.
  • Participate in the weekly unit assessment team meetings.
  • Develop a service plan that addresses the issues presented at intake.
  • Collaborate with other staff to exchange pertinent information.
  • Coordinates family team meetings with unit staff and other service providers
  • Maintain the case record by writing progress notes, developing the YASI plan, and ensuring that releases and respite consents are in the file folder.
  • Facilitates respite placements as part of the service plan.
  • Make requests for recreation and wrap around funds to assist in meeting service goals.
  • Responsible for the on-call coverage for one week on a rotating basis.
  • Attend CFLR staff meetings and other agency functions as required.
  • Provide for the occasional transportation of program clients in accordance with CFLR's transportation policy.
  • Attend monthly meetings of CFLR PINS program staff.
  • Abide by NASW Code of Ethics.

Reports to: Senior Family Support Worker Employment Status:  Non-Exempt/Full Time Salary Range: $33,000 – $40,000 Qualifications: Bachelor’s in Human Services or related field (Required) ...