Homelessness and Domestic Violence Prevention Coordinator
Nazareth Housing

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Post Date: Jul 25, 2022
Job Type: Full Time
Start Date: 08/01/2022
Salary: 45,000
Location: US - New York
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Summary: The Homelessness and Domestic Violence Prevention Coordinator plays an essential role in Nazareth Housing's Outreach, Prevention, and Supportive Housing Department. The ideal candidate will have a strong commitment to Nazareth Housing’s mission of serving disenfranchised New Yorks.   They will also have an understanding of the needs of low-income families and be comfortable working in a diverse setting.
The Homelessness and Domestic Violence Prevention Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating homelessness and domestic violence prevention services primarily in Nazareth Housing’s Bronx location. In addition, the Homelessness and Domestic Violence Prevention coordinator will ensure that clients that come for homelessness prevention and domestic violence services also have access to a broad range of human services provided through Nazareth Housing and our community partners. Working in conjunction with other Nazareth Housing program team members, the Coordinator will conduct community outreach and develop collaborative relationships with local community organizations.

Self-starter; comfortable working alone & in teams. Excellent interpersonal skills. Experience with Foothold or other systems, Microsoft Office Suite, and Google Drive. Excellent organizational, time-management, & written/verbal communication skills. Detail-oriented with strong organizational skills. Able to manage stressful situations, interventions & seek outside assistance as needed. Ability to solve problems, make decisions, resolve conflicts & listen.

Nazareth Housing requires all new employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment, unless they qualify for a reasonable accommodation for medical or religious reasons.   Accordingly, new employees must submit proof of vaccinations prior to the commencement of employment, unless a reasonable accommodation is granted.