Primary oversight and reporting obligations of the NYC Faith Sector Community Preparedness Program (FSCPP), a 6-year project currently in its third-year programming. The FSCPP is jointly funded by NYDIS and a contract with the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene – Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response (DOHMH-OEPR) and supported by an Advisory Board of prominent NYC faith leaders.
Support engagement and education for NYC houses of worship and faith-based nonprofits on disaster and public health preparedness and resiliency throughout NYC – emphasizing stakeholder justice and equity.
Develop and offer disaster lifecycle trainings with print and virtual resources, on topics such as: mental health, spiritual wellness, Pandemic Preparedness, Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP), and Crisis & Emergency Risk Communication (CERC) trainings in support of the NYC faith sector.
Perform logistical coordination including venue reservations and logistics, registrations, instructor and course coordination, and advertising/outreach for all NYDIS’ monthly classroom and virtual trainings as well as two city-wide conferences held each Fall and Spring.
Monitor and promote external faith-sector training opportunities of interest to the faith sector
Manage Fall, Spring & Summer interns, and yearly NYC CivicCorps (AmeriCorps) member
Assist in writing outreach materials, e-flyers, social media to advertise trainings
Manage NYDIS’ faith sector databases and risk communication tools for emergency communications
As requested, support the training interests, and needs of NYDIS members and partners
Participate with senior staff to represent NYDIS at preparedness meetings and resiliency coalitions
Collaborate with Executive Staff to security conference/training sponsors and secure grant funding
A proven track record in disaster planning and leading preparedness trainings
Experience in faith-based and community-based organizational outreach
Operating knowledge of Comparative Religious and functional Religious Literacy & Competency
A basic understanding of and experience in conducting research – and in writing research reports and grants
Highly organized and detail-oriented
Confident and competent public speaker and trainer
Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, in person and on the phone
Expertise in Microsoft Office, Online form building tools & social media platforms
Ability and willingness to work flexible hours (the occasional evening or weekend)
Master’s degree or equivalent experience required (Master in Public Health preferred)
2-3 years of nonprofit program management or disaster preparedness training preferred
Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred
Salary range of $50-60,000 (commensurate with experience and education level) – with excellent benefits
All qualified candidates should apply – candidates from ethnic and religious minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. NYDIS does not discriminate against any individual or group for reasons of age, color, creed, culture, gender, gender identity, marital status, mental or physical disability, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, or race.
NYDIS is seeking a Temporary Case Manager, with immediate availability to start. The initial contract will be 8 weeks, with the possibility to be extended. NYDIS is grant-funded to provide COVID-19 relief, with a donor specified focus on serving high risk populations – primarily Black / African American and Latino identifying households. All NYDIS case managers currently work remotely but may have occasional responsibilities in our NYDIS offices in midtown Manhattan. NYDIS provides a laptop and internet/cellular reimbursement for all remote work employees. The Case Manager will report to the Manager of Client Services. Candidates with experience working in COVID-19 high risk populations are strongly encouraged to apply.
• Conduct daily outreach and assessments to clients referred to the program
• Identify barriers to self-sufficiency and conduct unmet needs assessments, as necessary
• Determine client eligibility for grant funds, based on program funding criteria
• Submit cases to the NYC COVID-19 Unmet Needs Roundtable for emergency assistance
• Connect clients to existing nonprofit and government services for resources and referrals
• Maintain and accurately track high volume of case referrals
• Assist in identifying gaps in service and emerging trends in unmet needs
• Learn and remain knowledgeable about constantly changing recovery resources
• Client-centric approach to case management and disaster recovery work
• Disaster case management or client assessment/casework experience
• Highly organized and detail-oriented
• Capable of learning in a fast paced, remote work environment
• Proficiency in Database use and Microsoft Word, specifically Excel, is required
• Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills – in person, in writing, and on the phone
• Proficiency in use of remote technology – laptop, cellphones, tablets.
Education and/or Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree preferred
• 1-3 years’ experience in case management, benefits coordination, or housing casework
Immediate Availability for short-term, 8-week contract, $960 per week No Phone Calls Send Cover Letter & Resume to email@example.com All qualified candidates should apply – candidates from ethnic and religious minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. NYDIS does not discriminate against any individual or group for reasons of age, color, creed, culture, gender, gender identity, marital status, mental or physical disability, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, or race.