BRC offers a healthy work environment and an excellent benefits package (See below). In a 2010 survey, 93% of our employees said they would recommend BRC as a good place to work.
For the past 40 years, BRC is where people change their lives. We are one of New York City’s largest and most comprehensive social services agencies. We house over 1,500 people daily, and serve nearly 9,000 individuals annually. We help the neediest of New Yorkers overcome the challenges in their life – addiction, physical and mental illness, histories of unemployment, incarceration and homelessness – and empower those we serve to reclaim their dignity, self-confidence and independence. BRC is where people come to change their lives, and our programs and staff enable that change to happen. Our guiding philosophy is to offer a hand-up, not a hand-out; helping people to help themselves and thereby helping them achieve lasting solutions.
We operate 27 programs throughout New York City, including outreach programs, residential and outpatient treatment programs for mental illness and substance abuse, and permanent and transitional housing. BRC employs nearly 600 full-time and part-time employees.
Provide comprehensive assessment service to a caseload of homeless men referred to the Assessment Center by DHS’s Intake Center. Assessment Specialists primary duties will involve coordinating a comprehensive assessment and assist with making a referral to a more appropriate setting for clients on their case load. Referral locations will include, but not limited to, return to family, long term treatment facilities, supportive housing services, and DHS program shelters. Additional case load duties will include obtaining benefits, identification, engagement in day treatment program and entering data into both AWARDS and DHS Cares. Generate ongoing progress and group notes as well as monthly statistical reports. Participate in clinical team, case conference, and other staff meetings. Assist with program staff coverage as needed. Provide emergency first aid/CPR assistance when needed. Perform additional related duties as assigned.
Full-time position 37.5 hours per week
High School Diploma/GED required; bachelors degree preferred and masters ideal. Bilingual Spanish or Polish preferred, but not required. Excellent communication and writing skills and computer proficiency required. Experience working in residential treatment and with the MICA and homeless populations. Knowledge of HRA and NY/NY application systems a plus. CPR training certification or willingness to take training class in CPR.
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