Supervisor Economic Enpowerment Program
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|Feb 17, 2023
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|US - New York - remote (East Harlem/Brooklyn)
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STEPS To End Family Violence (STEPS) - founded in 1986 by the legendary Sister Mary Nerney - offers a variety of innovative, trauma-informed, anti-oppressive programming focused on the prevention of intimate partner violence; advocacy and healing for survivors and children impacted by abusive partner behavior; as well as training and education intended to increase awareness of the epidemic of gender-based violence; and advocacy and activist efforts designed to transform the rhetoric and institutions that sustain such violence.
Founded as an orphanage in 1831, Rising Ground has been at the forefront of evolving community needs. Driven by the belief that each of us can thrive when life has hope and opportunity, Rising Ground provides caring support and proven paths to positive change, helping children, adults, and families rise above adversity, and each year, Rising Ground is a positive force in the lives of more than 25,000 individuals. We do this through 50 programs in 70 locations throughout New York City and Westchester. Rising Ground is headquartered in downtown Brooklyn.
When you enroll in health care benefits — medical, dental, and vision care, you and your family can take advantage of each plan’s preventive services, which will help everyone to stay well. You can also take advantage of other important benefits, including life and accident, disability benefits, the retirement savings plan, and the employee assistance program.
The Economic Empowerment Supervisor of Community Based Services will provide supervision and support to a team of staf members who provide direct support services to survivors of intimate partner violence. services.
The ideal candidate will bring a passion for social justice and anti-oppressive practice, experience providing services to survivors of intimate partner violence and/or other forms of trauma, a desire to work collaboratively with a team of creative and committed advocates, and demonstrated experience providing reflective supervision. The Economic Empowerment Supervisor has experience providing trauma-informed support and advocacy to survivors of intimate partner violence on issues related to career and educational goals, budgeting, job applications, resumes and cover letters, credit review and repair strategies, housing advocacy, immigration advocacy, SNAP benefits and public assistance, food resources, and financial independence and wellness.
**This position is currently remote/at home, and required to work some days from our East Harlem office to meet program needs. When the program returns to in person services, this position will work out of our East Harlem office and may need to travel to our Brooklyn office as needed.
Oversees all services provided by the Economic Empowerment Specialist, Resource Coordinator, Home+ Coordinator, and the STEPS Helpline to ensure quality and appropriateness of services
Provide clinical and case management supervision to staff and interns.Performs administrative tasks as needed.
SIFI certification (or eligible for SIFI certification)
Experience with NYC resources, public assistance, housing vouchers, advocacy
Bi-lingual English/Spanish, preferred.
Ability to work flexible hours.
Ability to work independently and accountably.
Salary: $70,000-$80,000 Annually
For complete information about this position, apply online.
City: New York
State/Province: New York
Country: United States