Director of the Masaryk Towers NORC.|
United Jewish Council of the East Side
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||Nov 08, 2021
||As soon as possible
||$65,000 a year.
||US - New York - Manhattan
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Work to ensure that older adults have access to the programs and services that will allow them to thrive and live safely in their community. This includes assurance that center staff complete an intake and assessment for each member, provide case assistance, case management, health management, completing home visits as needed, and proactively predicting how to effectively address members' needs.
Oversight of overall operations of the NORC.
Maintaining NORC budget, including oversight for the timely and accurate ordering and purchasing of supplies.
Assure that contracted units for the center are met. Responsible for accurate tracking of membership and units of service.
Oversee and develop programming with a special focus on innovative programs emphasizing healthy, purposeful and successful aging. Setting annual goals and objectives and supervising the program staff in achieving this.
Establish and maintain relationships with local and community organizations, leaders and elected officials.
Maintain all pertinent client records and center files. Ensure that DFTA client database is maintained, accurate and up to date.
Submit required reports in a complete and timely fashion, which includes the NORC’s monthly unit and expense reports.
Ensure upkeep of physical plant to create a welcoming environment and adhere to standard environmental and building codes.
Demonstrate leadership, lead team meetings and provide effective supervision of staff, interns, and volunteers. Including completion of performance reviews and helping to advance the staffs' professional development.
Promote the agency and center by performing outreach, participating in community events, and representing the agency to the public. Develop and maintain liaisons with other organizations, as appropriate, to collaborate in outreach efforts or other partnership opportunities.
Ability to work well independently and on a team
Maturity and good judgment in relating to peers, partners, and families
Ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds
Availability, dependability, and willingness to be flexible
Demonstrated ability to solve problems and think strategically
Bachelor's degree (MSW, LMSW, SIFI Certified desirable)
Excellent Program Management Skills
Experience working with Older Adults preferred
Excellent Interpersonal and Organizational Skills
Strong computer skills, proficient with Microsoft Office
Excellent communication skills (written and oral)
Bilingual fluency (English/Spanish) preferred
Vaccination is required
Name: Bella zaltsman
Address: 465 Grand Street 4A,
City: New York
State/Province: New York
Country: United States