4 results for month: 02/2021


Case Manager Supervisor, Housing

The Case Manager Supervisor may carry a small caseload, if necessary, and will assist the Program Director with administrative supervision and preparation of reports to DHS.  S/he will supervise the case management staff and will act as liaison between case management staff and will work in unification with the Operations Manager and the Residential Aids staff.  S/he will be required to do case management interventions with the case management staff and/or the residents of the program.  S/He will be responsible for all compliance standards of DHS requirements. The Case Manager Supervisor is an integral part of the team providing ...

Coordinator of Program Development

The Coordinator of Program Development, reporting to the AVP of Strategic Advancement will play a supporting role in raising funds from foundation and government sources through the identification and securing of foundation and government grants and contracts. The Coordinator of Program Development will be responsible for grant writing assignments and supporting Harlem United’s grants submissions through the grants life cycle from kickoff to submission phases. Education and Certificate: Bachelor's degree required (English, communications, journalism, social work). To Apply: Submit your resume with a cover letter indicating position and salary ...

Pastoral Care Services Coordinator

The Pastoral Care Services Coordinator (PCSC) is charged by the Vice President of ADHC to administer, facilitate, and implement the pastoral care services for the Upper Room AIDS Ministry (URAM). Pastoral care covers many functions relating to spiritual health, counseling and education of the ADHC program members. The PCSC focuses on providing spiritual support services like counseling, visitations to hospitals or prisons, palliative and bereavement care, prayer sessions and memorial services. Education and Certificate: A Bachelor's degree or a Master's degree, preferably related to religion (such as divinity, theology or pastoral studies) is ...

IN THE MEDIA: New York Expands Vaccine Access to People Living with HIV

By Tat Bellamy-WalkerGay City News "Governor Cuomo’s decision to prioritize access to the COVID-19 vaccination for the most vulnerable among us, those living with co-morbidities such as HIV and other immunocompromising conditions, is exactly the approach we need in New York City." - Jacqui Kilmer, the CEO of Harlem UnitedGovernor Andrew Cuomo has expanded COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to include people living with HIV after advocates pressured the state to clarify the underlying conditions defined as “immunocompromised.”The new guidelines, which include a wide range of health conditions under “immunocompromised,” pave the way for ...