Hunger Program Caseworker/Program Coordinator (Part-Time, Bilingual English/Spanish)
National Council of Jewish Women New York
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Post Date: Oct 27, 2021
Job Type: Part Time
Start Date: January 2022
Salary: $25,000 - $35,000
Location: US - New York - NEW YORK
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The National Council of Jewish Women New York (NCJW NY) seeks a caring and competent bilingual individual to fill the new role of Caseworker/Program Coordinator in our Hunger Program. This is an excellent part-time opportunity for a bilingual (English/Spanish) social service professional. NCJW NY’s Hunger Program has been providing nutrition assistance to NYC’s low-income population for nearly 40 years. At this time, our organization seeks to broaden and deepen our programming by connecting these families to services and supports that can help them to achieve economic stability. Working with NCJW NY’s program team, the Caseworker/Coordinator will assess client needs and devise and implement strategies to meet those needs. The role includes individual client casework, program and partnership development, and on-site service events.
Screening & Assessment
Assess social service needs of NCJW NY’s Hunger Program clients through screening questionnaires and other data collection as well as qualitative methods.
Client Casework
Make referrals for social and human service support.
Help clients navigate enrollment in public benefit and entitlement programs.
Program Enhancement
Identify and implement program enhancements to meet needs of clients in areas including health, housing, immigration, legal aid, education and employment opportunities, through strategies like partnerships with other organizations, distribution of informational resources, and on-site service events.
Implement Social Services Database
Assist the Chief Program Officer in customizing and implementing a new social services database for client tracking and analysis.

•        High energy and organized, able to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
•        Excellent communication skills, both written and oral, in both English and Spanish.
•        Sound judgment and ability to handle sensitive issues.
•        Ability to interact and collaborate with diverse stakeholders in a community-based agency setting, including colleagues, clients, volunteers, and donors.
•        Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively.

Must include Mondays 8:00 am to 2:00 pm and Wednesdays 4 PM- 6 PM; other days/hours flexible and TBD.
Excellent benefits including health insurance coverage for the individual.
Generous leave time package, all federal holidays, plus all Jewish holidays that fall on weekdays.

Contact Details
Name: Naomi Skop Richter