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PROGRAM COORDINATOR

The Program Coordinator will assist the executive director with administrative tasks and coordinate volunteers, meals, transportation, and daily tasks at the PATH Enrichment Center in a warm, collaborative environment. The candidate needs to be self-motivated, and organized, have attention to detail, and work in a changing environment.

Essential duties and tasks:

  • Answer and direct phone calls
  • Organize and schedule appointments
  • Complete client intakes and referrals
  • Assist with maintaining facilities
  • Help coordinate programming at the Center
  • Assist in coordinating and transporting clients
  • Assist to ensure compliance with grant requirements and data inputting including collect and units of service.
  • Maintain budget for monthly supplies
  • Coordinate meals
  • Vet, onboard, train and schedule volunteers
  • Assist the Executive Director in administrative tasks as needed

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred or 2 years experience in the areas of social welfare, social work, business administration, clerical support, etc
  • Strong coordination skills, including ability to work independently, assess priorities, take initiative, handle multiple assignments, and meet deadlines.
  • Ability to work independently while maintaining accountability for all work assigned and be organized and efficient.
  • Ability to be organized, detail orientated and prompt with all appointments and meeting all deadlines in a timely manner.
  • Ability and willingness to be a positive, professional and engaged member of the agency’s team by behaving honestly, responsibly, and respectfully to all (colleagues, community members, agency clients).
  • Strong computer skills, including spreadsheet and database programs.
  • Comfortable working in faith-based organization.

Youth Social Worker

The youth social worker will provide individual counseling, case management, and client-based advocacy services. In the role, the candidate will run support groups and engage with guardians and other providers. This position will work closely with the Program Supervisor to ensure clients are receiving services vital to the long-term success of those victimized. Outreach, training, and community development with schools and other youth settings will be a part of this role.

We have a friendly, team-oriented staff. The Enrichment Center provides a warm environment to engage with each person we serve on a relational, caring level offering the stabilization and support needed to meet their full potential. Our goal is to provide a space where each person we engage knows they matter and are empowered to be transformed.

Role Responsibilities

  • Provide individual counseling, addressing crisis, safety, stabilization, trauma, assault, coping strategies, and addiction for youth ages 12-18.
  • Client-based advocacy services and case management accessing other community resources, linkages, developing and working toward goals
  • Includes daily phone call check-ins, advocacy assistance at other providers, collaborative care with law enforcement, court, schools, and families, providing resources to guardians
  • Develop and facilitate therapeutic support groups to youth
  • Raise awareness in the community about the issue of human trafficking through educational trainings and speaking engagements
  • Track and input client data used for various grant applications.
  • Maintain regular case documentation.
  • Provide transportation to and from PATH or other providers as needed for clients.

Qualifications

  • MS/MA in the area of social work, mental health, addictions, or human services-related field or working toward their master’s preferred.
  • Experience in providing direct services with youth who have experienced assault and trauma, trafficking victims, or at risk teenagers preferred
  • Strong project management skills, including the ability to work independently, assess priorities, take initiative, handle multiple assignments, and meet deadlines.
  • Ability to work independently while maintaining accountability for all work assigned.
  • Ability and willingness to be a positive, professional and engaged member of the agency’s team by behaving honestly, responsibly, and respectfully to all (colleagues, community members, agency clients).
  • Ability to network and maintain strong relationships with governmental and community partner agencies.
  • Strong documentation skills.
  • Ability to work well with leadership and passionate about advocating for the work of the organization.
  • Comfortable working in a faith-based organization.

Child Program Coordinator

The Child and Family Program position will provide oversight and implementation of the Child & Family Enrichment Program for ages birth-11. The position will facilitate client-based advocacy services to assist children and families with accessing other community resources, and developing and working toward goals in education, offer individual support, life skills building, or other areas. This position will also offer classes and groups for children and youth for therapeutic support.

Essential duties and tasks:

  • Provide structured play and therapeutic groups for children birth-12
  • Facilitate family support to advocate for needed wrap-around services
  • Facilitate therapeutic interactions to help children address trauma
  • Help with transportation using agency van as needed
  • Remain current and maintain connections between local agencies in support of work with human trafficking survivors or those at risk, including Legal, Counseling and Shelter programs.
  • Assist the Executive Director in ensuring compliance with grant requirements from a programmatic perspective.
  • Collect and report data and units of service.
  • Work with staff to be part of the after-hours oncall back-up on a rotation system as needed.
  • Assist with agency administrative tasks as needed.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in the areas of childhood development, early childhood, child life specialist, social welfare, psychology, social work, or related field
  • Direct service experience with children or other vulnerable or disenfranchised populations is preferred.
  • Strong project management and coordination skills, including the ability to work independently, assess priorities, take initiative, handle multiple assignments, and meet deadlines.
  • Ability to work independently while maintaining accountability for all work assigned.
  • Ability to work professionally as demonstrated by maintaining a professional appearance, being prompt with all appointments, and meeting all deadlines promptly.
  • Ability and willingness to be a positive, professional, and engaged member of the agency’s team by behaving honestly, responsibly, and respectfully to all (colleagues, community members, and agency clients).
  • Ability to network and maintain strong relationships with governmental and community partner agencies.
  • Strong documentation skills.
  • Comfortable working in a faith-based organization.

Please send a cover letter and resume to info@pathofwny.org.