4 results for month: 10/2017


Recreation Specialist,  ADHC

The Recreation Assistant works with clients to make available a planned program of diverse meaningful activities to meet individual and group needs and interests. The activities include involvement of community, interpersonal, and self-care functions that are appropriate and sufficient in scope to meet the needs of clients to sustain physical and psychological function. Education and Certification: Bachelor’s Degree in recreation or a related field from an accredited College or University preferred.  Additionally, three (3) years experience working in a mental health setting and/or work with HIV population a plus. To Apply: Submit your ...

Clinical Supervisor, New Broadway Family Shelter

The Clinical Supervisor provides clinical oversight of the New Broadway Family Shelter and specifically provides individual and group supervision to the shelter’s case management and social work staff.  S/he assists the organization and program staff in growing its direct service competencies. Specifically, the Clinical Supervisor works in close collaboration with the agency clinical team to provide on-going training, support, and evaluation to staff in order to ensure the highest level of services to clients within the supportive housing of Harlem United. Education and Certification: Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with five ...

Housing Specialist, New Broadway Family Shelter

The Housing Specialist will be responsible for assisting clients of the New Broadway Family Shelter in finding next step housing.  This includes completing accurate assessments of each client’s next-step housing needs, developing next step housing placement goals and service plans in collaboration with each client, and assisting clients in accessing benefits to obtain next step housing. Education and Certification:  Bachelor’s degree preferred, or high school diploma or equivalent plus 3 years relevant experience working with the target population. To Apply: Submit your resume and cover letter to recruiting@harlemunited.org

Systems Administrator, Administration

Harlem United IT department is in search of hiring an experienced systems administrator able to join our team to provide day to day administration of complex multi-site IT infrastructure of the agency. The individual is responsible to maintain Active Directory systems administration as well as network, windows servers 2003/2008/2012 and desktop support in virtual hyper converge cluster environment. System Administrator will also work as a technical team lead during new IT infrastructure implementation or upgrade of existing systems that includes VDI deployment agency wide; upgrade legacy systems/servers, migration of existing Microsoft exchange 2010 ...