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Careers2022-02-02T14:55:36-05:00

Join the JCCGCI Team
Where passion meets excellence

At JCCGCI, our talented and passionate staff are improving the quality of life for vulnerable people of all backgrounds. Together, we stabilize neighborhoods and empower New Yorkers to maximize their potential.

JCCGCI celebrates staff achievements and takes pride in serving our communities. We go the extra mile for our clients and colleagues. As JCCGCI’s city-wide impact grows, we will always remain community-based at heart. We cherish our strong, cohesive teams, who collaborate, learn from each other, and who can together, take on grand challenges.

We’re looking for candidates who are mission-focused, data-driven, and above all else, looking for a deeper meaning in their work.

Are you as excited as we are?

Join us!

To apply: Send resume with cover letter to: careers@jccgci.org

JCCGCI Career Opportunities:

Accountant2022-02-01T14:37:15-05:00

Qualifications Required: Bachelor’s Degree with a strong organizational skills; accurate data-entry and typing skills; excellent written, communicative and interpersonal skills. Prior nonprofit finance experience with a successful track record in a grants management role for at least 2-4 years. Exceptional time management skills.

Description: Budget development and management, preparing accounting reports for funding sources and auditors, accounts payable and payroll oversight and related tasks.

Salary level: Commensurate with experience

Health Insurance Benefits Included?: Yes

Job Location: JCCGCI’s headquarters at 3001 West 37th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11224 (between Surf Avenue and the Boardwalk, opposite the gate of Sea Gate)

Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm; Friday 9am-2pm

Option to work remotely: No

How to apply: Send a resume with a cover letter to careers@jccgci.org

Administrative Assistant2022-02-01T14:39:05-05:00

Qualifications Required: Excellent oral and written communication skills; proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.); proficiency in social media platforms; strong ability to multi-task.

Description: Assist senior staff with preparing correspondence, funding applications, resource development, data management, reporting and related tasks.

Salary level: Commensurate with experience

Health Insurance Benefits Included?: Yes

Job Location: JCCGCI’s headquarters at 3001 West 37th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11224 (between Surf Avenue and the Boardwalk, opposite the gate of Sea Gate)

Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm; Friday 9am-2pm

Option to work remotely: No

How to apply: Send a resume with a cover letter to careers@jccgci.org

Call Center Representative2022-02-01T14:42:00-05:00

Qualifications Required: Strong team player with excellent phone and communication skills; answering phone calls from senior citizens in a courteous, patient and respectful manner. Microsoft Office Suite and ability to learn computer database program.

Description: Utilizing automated and manual systems, respond to requests from senior citizens for program intake and trip scheduling and management; recordkeeping and reporting.

Salary level: Commensurate with experience

Health Insurance Benefits Included?: Yes

Job Location: JCCGCI’s headquarters at 3001 West 37th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11224 (between Surf Avenue and the Boardwalk, opposite the gate of Sea Gate)

Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm; Friday 9am-2pm

Option to work remotely: No

How to apply: Send a resume with a cover letter to careers@jccgci.org

Case Manager2022-03-29T16:18:40-04:00

Qualifications Required: Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Excellent communication skills; providing initial and ongoing orientation to nonprofit site supervisors to ensure a quality program. Assist internship participants with understanding their rights and responsibilities.

Description: Provide guidance and monitor Intern participants’ activities related to attendance, internship placement, and evaluation.

Salary level: Commensurate with experience

Health Insurance Benefits Included?: Yes

Job Location: IPS –Internship Placement Program – Brooklyn, Bronx or Manhattan Locations and travel to internship sites.

Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm; Friday 9am-2pm

Option to work remotely: Rotation Schedule until COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.

How to apply: Send a resume with a cover letter to careers@jccgci.org

Case Manager – Job Readiness2021-11-18T11:41:55-05:00

JCCGCI is looking to fill a full-time Case Manager position for a Dept. of Probation workforce development program. Responsibilities will include case management, job and life skills coaching, job placement and workshop facilitation.

The ideal candidate for this Case Manager position will be deeply knowledgeable about and in tune with an high-risk/justice involved population. S/he will be able to create a welcoming, caring, positive, respectful environment that will engender the trust of the target population.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide case management services following best practices to each participant
  • Conduct an assessment and create goals
  • Identify barriers to work readiness
  • Make referrals to supportive services and follow up on outcomes
  • Develop participants’ soft skills and life readiness skills
  • Provide work readiness services
  • Assist with job placement
  • Closely monitor every participant’s progress
  • Adjust individual goals on a case by case, day by day basis.
  • Facilitate relevant workshops
  • Maintain contact with participants for up to 6 months post program completion
  • Ensure achievement of gains in individual participant’s skills and attitudes towards work readiness

QUALIFICATIONS and SKILLS:

  • At least 2 years of case management experience including assessment, goal setting, referrals to supportive services and identifying barriers to work readiness
  • Experience providing employment services and life skills including identifying potential resources, assistance with job placement and other basic life skills and work readiness services
  • Outstanding relationship building skills
  • Flexible personality that reacts well to changing and at times unsettling situations
  • Work well one-on-one to identify a participant’s needs, set up an individualized program plan based on those needs, and guide participants toward attaining their individual plan goals
  • Ability to tutor participants as needed
  • Facilitate relevant workshops and training’s
  • Strong coaching and supervisory skills
  • Ability to maintain accurate records
  • Cultural competence

Salary level: Commensurate with experience

Health Insurance Benefits Included?: Yes

Job Location: 1718 Mermaid Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11224

Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm; Friday 9am-2pm

Option to work remotely: No

How to apply: Send a resume with a cover letter to careers@jccgci.org

Community Health Worker – Coney Island & Far Rockaway Locations2022-05-06T10:30:37-04:00

Under the COVID-19 Outreach and Education Division, the COVID-19 Disparities Grant (CDG) goals include eliminating COVID-19 racial and ethnic disparities by growing public health capacity in the 11224 zip code in a multi-pronged approach:

  • Increase access to COVID-19 prevention, treatment, and vaccination services.
  • Address COVID-19 risk factors such as chronic disease, social determinants of health and racism.
  • Build collective action to address racial disparities and resource needs.

Position Summary:

Community Health Workers (CHW) are frontline public health workers who are trusted members of and/or have an unusually close understanding of the cultures and community served. This trusting relationship enables the worker to serve as a liaison/link/intermediary between health/social services and the community to facilitate access to services and improve the quality and cultural competence of service delivery. A CHW also builds individual and community capacity by increasing health knowledge and self-sufficiency through a range of activities such as outreach, community education, informal counseling, social support, information, referral, and advocacy.

Principal Responsibilities:

  • Build and maintain relationships with community members and organizational partners.
  • Participate in community listening sessions designed to collect information that will inform development of priorities for reducing COVID-19 risk and disparities in the Coney Island and Far Rockaway communities.
  • Assist in the collection and confirmation of community resource data.
  • Conduct COVID-19 outreach and engage residents in the Coney Island and Far Rockaway communities.
  • Provide education on COVID-19 prevention, testing, vaccination, and support services.
  • Attend community testing and vaccination events to provide outreach and support.
  • Refer community members to service resources and information based on their stated needs.
  • Maintain a log of activities and complete regular reports in order to meet program goals. Serve as a member of the CDG COVID-19 operations team, providing strategy input and feedback.
  • Special projects as needed.

Competencies:

  • Experience in community education/outreach; knowledge of public health topics such as health equity, health disparities, and social determinants of health.
  • Ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds and experiences.
  • Ability to work independently, including organizing and prioritizing activities.
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely both orally and in writing.
  • Ability to work some nights and weekends, as needed.

Skill and Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Public Health or a related field preferred.
  • Bilingual preferred (English/Spanish or English/Russian) but not required.
  • Residents living in the Coney Island and Far Rockaway communities, and surrounding zip codes are encouraged to apply
Community Health Worker Supervisor – Coney Island2022-05-12T11:33:51-04:00

The COVID-19 Disparities Grant (CDG) goals include eliminating COVID-19 racial and ethnic disparities by growing public health capacity in the Coney Island community in a multi-pronged approach:

  • Increase access to COVID-19 prevention, treatment, and vaccination services.
  • Address COVID-19 risk factors such as chronic disease, social determinants of health and racism.
  • Build collective action to address racial disparities and resource needs.

Position Summary:

A Community Health Worker (CHW) is a frontline public health worker who is a trusted member of and/or has an unusually close understanding of the community served. This trusting relationship enables the worker to serve as a liaison/link/intermediary between health/social services and the community to facilitate access to services and improve the quality and cultural competence of service delivery. A CHW also builds individual and community capacity by increasing health knowledge and self-sufficiency through a range of activities such as outreach, community education, informal counseling, social support and advocacy.

The Community Health Worker Supervisor will oversee a team of CHWs, providing direct supervision, conference with all CHWs to provide training and feedback, share best practices, teach through challenges and ensure all program participants are making progress towards the CDG program health goals.

Principal Responsibilities:

  • Provide daily supervision, guidance, coaching, and professional development to all reporting Community Health Worker staff in the unit
  • Participate in case reviews, staff trainings, and planning sessions as appropriate
  • Conduct unit orientation, trainings and field shadowing of all new Community Health Worker staff
  • Provide ongoing performance feedback to staff members, and complete annual reviews in a timely basis
  • Prepare statistics, reports, and other data as required
  • Collaborate with other unit leaders and Directors in implementing and maintaining quality oversight of established HHAP clinical and administrative policies and procedures
  • Track and monitor client outcomes for all staff assigned to the unit and produce/maintain detailed, accurate and timely reports on productivity and quality
  • Assign and monitor caseloads to assess capacity, volume and productivity
  • Review health coaching assessments, participant action plans and clinical documentation to ensure participants are receiving appropriate care; implement strategies to address unmet needs as appropriate to ensure preventive care
  • Ensure unit is compliant in maintaining updated participants records through electronic case management system
  • Monitor for education/training needs. Once identified, facilitate implementation of training for appropriate staff
  • Assume caseload responsibility for all Community Health Workers in the unit and serve as second in command regarding health coaching and other disease management and lifestyle change supports performed by Community Health Workers
  • Engage in case conferencing with Community Health Workers, Social Worker, Program Manager to allow for feedback and collaborative solution planning to improve participant health outcomes
  • Communicate health complications and risks to Program Manager when necessary
  • Serve as a positive example and representative of the organization internally and externally

Competencies:

  • Minimum of 2 years of experience conducting case management practices and procedures.
  • Minimum of 2 years supervisory experience required and demonstrated effective leadership skills
  • Flexible work schedule, evenings and weekends required on occasion. Ability to be work independently, be flexible, and handle changing workload with multiple projects and changing priorities.
  • Experience providing coaching, mentoring, adult learning, counseling, outreach, workshop facilitation, and/or group/community presentations required.
  • Healthcare related experience a plus.
  • Ability to plan, organize, and direct the work of others in a motivating and constructive manner.
  • Ability to prepare, present, and review oral and written technical and confidential information and reports.
  • Working Conditions: 50% office,50% community
  • A strong commitment to engage residents on a personal level and be able to get agreement on future health commitment/goals.

Skill and Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Public Health or a related field plus minimum 2 years of applied supervisory experience. Master’s Degree preferred. High school diploma or GED and extensive Community Health Worker experience including direct supervision may also be substituted for formal education.
  • Bilingual preferred (English/Spanish or English/Russian) but not required.
  • Residents living in the Coney Island community, and surrounding zip codes are encouraged to apply.
  • Strong relationship builder with excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Experience in case management with highly marginalized populations, particularly those with health, mental health, and substance abuse issues
Custodian2022-02-01T15:56:16-05:00

Qualifications Required: Experience in maintenance. Must have the ability to work independently.  Ability to stand long hours and able to lift heavy objects.

Description: Under the supervision of the Director and/or Assistant Director, is responsible for maintaining Senior centers cleanliness and maintenance of offices, store rooms, lobbies, toilets, hallways, kitchen and kitchen equipment, dining rooms and garbage disposal areas.

Salary level: $16.50/hour

Health Insurance Benefits Included?: No

Position open at the following locations:

  • Kings Highway Older Adult Center -1879 East 3rd Street, Brooklyn, NY 11223
  • Coney Island Seaside Older Adult Center -3001 West 37th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11224

Hours: Monday-Friday range from 20-35 hours per week depending on location

Option to work remotely: No

How to apply: Send a resume with a cover letter to careers@jccgci.org

Deputy Director Transportation Program2022-03-10T14:42:35-05:00

Deputy Program Director will have a key role in coordination and management of the overall operation and administration of the JCCGCI transportation program and services.

Responsibilities:

·         Call Center: Recruit and supervise adequate qualified call staff center to respond to requests for transportation.

·         Clients: Supervise enrollment/intake/registration/assessment and reassessment of all transportation clients in accordance with internal and funding source requirements and standards.

·         Services: Work closely with JCCGCI, and car, bus, and ambulette companies to assure smooth operation, proper service provision, compliance with our contracts, and clients’ satisfaction.

·         Contract compliance: Ensure contract compliance with all public and private sources of support for this multi-funded program.

·         Quality Assurance:  Consistent review of all program procedures, development and upgrading scheduling, data collection and reporting systems for the program.

Qualifications: Candidates should have a MPA (Masters of Public Administration) or similar degree and/or appropriate successful prior experience, excellent oral and written communication and computer skills (proficiency in Microsoft applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook). Ability to speak Russian and/or Yiddish is helpful but not required.

Compensation: Commensurate with education and experience

Job Location: Brooklyn

Remote: Not allowed for this position

To apply: Send resume with cover letter to: careers@jccgci.org

Fleet Manager2022-03-29T16:11:46-04:00

Qualifications Required: Bachelor’s Degree Preferred. Strong communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills. Computer proficiency; Microsoft Office Suite and ability to learn program database. Assist with developing senior citizen transportation routes and schedule. Interact with clients and all drivers, vendors and sub-contractors.

Description: Assist with developing senior citizen transportation routes and schedules. Interact with clients and all drivers, vendors, and sub-contractors. Assist with program outreach.

Salary level: Commensurate with experience

Health Insurance Benefits Included?: Yes

Job Location: JCCGCI’s headquarters at 3001 West 37th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11224 (between Surf Avenue and the Boardwalk, opposite the gate of Sea Gate)

Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm; Friday 9am-2pm

Option to work remotely: No

How to apply: Send a resume with a cover letter to careers@jccgci.org

HR Recruiter2022-02-01T14:44:40-05:00

Qualifications Required: Bachelor’s Degree with strong organizational and time-management skills; excellent written, communicative and interpersonal skills. Work experience as an HR Recruiter or similar role. Experience with sourcing techniques. Sound judgement.

Description: A Recruiter, or HR Sourcing Specialist, is in charge of seeking out quality candidates, confirming their qualifications, and placing them in open roles at a company. Their duties include researching job seekers and inviting them to apply for a job, screening candidates through interviews, and filling out hiring paperwork.

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Salary level: Commensurate with experience

Health Insurance Benefits Included?: Yes

Job Location: JCCGCI’s headquarters at 3001 West 37th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11224 (between Surf Avenue and the Boardwalk, opposite the gate of Sea Gate)

Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm; Friday 9am-2pm

Option to work remotely: No

How to apply: Send a resume with a cover letter to careers@jccgci.org

IT Data Manager2022-02-01T15:53:54-05:00

Qualifications Required: Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related field preferred. Candidate should possess a minimum of 3+ years of related work experience in IT related area, data entry/management and data reporting.

Description: The IT Data Manager coordinates, inputs and tracks data, to facilitate operations of the Senior Center and tracking statistics of its clients, programs and services.
Assists with data entry and statistical reporting In  online reporting system. Tracks program outcomes to assure program and review with Senior Center Management to assure Senior Center is meeting deliverables and goals.

Salary level: $24/hour

Health Insurance Benefits Included?: No

Position open at the following job Locations:

  • Coney Island Seaside Older Adult Center -3001 West 37th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11224
  • Haber House Older Adult Center – 3024 West 24th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11224
  • Jay Harama Older Adult Center – 2600 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11229
  • Midwood Older Adult Center – 1625 Ocean Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11230
  • Ocean Parkway Older Adult Center -1960 East 7th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11223
  • Kings Highway Older Adult Center -1879 East 3rd Street, Brooklyn, NY 11223

Hours: Monday-Friday  – Hours range from 10-25 hours per week

Hours: Monday-Friday 25 hours per week

Option to work remotely: No

How to apply: Send a resume with a cover letter to careers@jccgci.org

Kitchen Aide2022-02-01T15:12:24-05:00

Qualifications Required: Experience in food preparation and packaging. Must have the ability to work independently and under time-constraint.  Ability to stand long hours and able to lift heavy objects.

Description: Assist with food preparation, food service and packaging homebound meal. Wash and air dry trays, pots and pans. Ensure that they are stored in a
clean, sanitary, and orderly manner. Responsible for the thorough, overall cleaning of the kitchen. Maintains ovens, Refrigerators, freezers, shelving and kitchen equipment (including pots pans,
coffee urns, etc.) in clean, sanitary and orderly condition. Sweeps and mops floors. Assist in receipt and proper storage of all food orders and other food-service
related deliveries.  Assist in dining room, when necessary, in order to ensure that meal programs are running smoothly.

Salary level: $19/hour

Health Insurance Benefits Included?: Yes

Job Location: 3001 West 37th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11224

Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30am-1:30pm 30 hours per week

Option to work remotely: No

How to apply: Send a resume with a cover letter to careers@jccgci.org

MSW Social Worker2022-02-01T14:41:30-05:00

Qualifications Required: MSW required. Effective interpersonal, communication and organizational skills; computer proficiency, Microsoft Office Suite and ability to learn program database. Problem solve using critical thinking in order to assess Holocaust survivor senior citizen client needs, and advocate for quality services.

Description: Provide in-depth eligibility assessment and ongoing case management for homebound Holocaust survivors throughout Brooklyn.

Salary level: Commensurate with experience

Health Insurance Benefits Included?: Yes

Job Location: JCCGCI’s headquarters at 3001 West 37th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11224 (between Surf Avenue and the Boardwalk, opposite the gate of Sea Gate) and Travel within Brooklyn once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.

Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm; Friday 9am-2pm

Option to work remotely: In rotation until COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.

How to apply: Send a resume with a cover letter to careers@jccgci.org

Pot Washer2022-02-01T15:38:35-05:00

Qualifications Required: High School Diploma or equivalent, preferred. Prior related food or dietary experience, preferred. Ability to stand long hours and able to lift heavy objects.

Description: Provides clean and sanitized cookware for all food prepared in kitchen. Collects all pots, pans, sheet pans, and utensils from production areas

Salary level: $19/hour

Health Insurance Benefits Included?: No

Job Location: 3024 West 24th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11224

Hours: Monday-Friday 12 hours per week

Option to work remotely: No

How to apply: Send a resume with a cover letter to careers@jccgci.org

Senior Center Assistant Cook2022-03-29T16:15:04-04:00

Qualifications Required: Minimum 2 years’ experience in food preparation and cooking. Must have the ability to work independently and under time-constraint pressures. Must hold valid Food Protection Certificate and New York State Food Handlers Permit. Ability to stand