Job Opportunities at St. Nicks Alliance
WORK to MAKE North Brooklyn a community of prosperity for all
Do you love the rich cultural fabric of North Brooklyn? Are you passionate about ending the injustices of housing displacement, educational inequality and unemployment? How about working alongside an organization with a track record of fighting for prosperity for all? We're hiring at St. Nicks Alliance, and we need you on our team!
We pride ourselves on being an organization where our staff can thrive professionally and personally. With over 40 years of service and hundreds of incredible individuals currently on our team, St. Nicks Alliance is an amazing place to enrich your career and do meaningful, high-impact work in North Brooklyn.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. No calls, please.
Are you seeking job skills training in a growing field, or are you interested in obtaining your HSED to further your career? Get in touch with a Workforce manager to learn more about services available to you:
Performs maintenance and upkeep of assigned property including inspections, cleaning, and preventive maintenance, compliance with laws, vacancy preparation and corrective maintenance.
Real Estate Project Manager
The Real Estate Project Manager is responsible for assisting in overseeing all phases of real estate development from project inception through construction and occupancy under the direction of the Deputy Director of Real Estate Development
The Case Manager, under the direct supervision of the Senior Case Manager, is responsible for providing comprehensive case management services for individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS.
The Custodian under the direct supervision of the Superintendent and Area Property Manager is responsible for cleaning and upkeep of the buildings assigned, perform general repairs, preparing vacant units of buildings managed by St. Nicks Alliance to operate within Local and State compliance and regulations. The Custodian must be able to lift up to 50 lbs., go up and down the stairs and climb a 6 ft. ladder.
Director of Real Estate Development
St. Nicks Alliance is seeking a Director of Real Estate Development to lead our rapidly growing pipeline of community development projects. The senior position is responsible for overseeing all phases of real estate housing development from project inception through construction and occupancy.
Maintenance Worker – Supportive Housing
The Maintenance Worker under the supervision of the Maintenance Supervisor supports out clients by performing tasks including but not limited to moving clients into and out of apartments, inspecting apartments and assess for HSQ compliance, and conducting residential repairs.
Assistant Director: Occupancy & Compliance
The Assistant Director Occupancy & Compliance under the direct supervision of the Director of Asset and Property Management will oversee staff and implement critical income verification and compliance components for a portfolio of more than 1,000 affordable apartments. The Assistant Director will supervise 3-6 staff members and operate in multiple locations.
Deputy Director for Supportive Housing
The Deputy Director for Supportive Housing is a senior position under the direct supervision of the Director of Housing responsible for overseeing scattered site and congregate supportive housing programs for people with AIDS.
YOUTH AND EDUCATION JOBS
Community School Director of The Williamsburg School of Art and Technology
St. Nicks' Division of Youth and Education is seeking a Director for its Community School at The Green School, a high school in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The Community School Director has overall responsibility for planning, development and supervision of the Community School model, consistent with organizational and school missions, goals and quality standards. The Green School Community School launched in January 2015.
Summer Youth Employment Program Employment Coordinator
The purpose of the Summer Youth Employment Program (YEP) is to provide New York City youth with year-round employment and educational experiences that build on their individual strengths and incorporate youth development principles. These principles include engaging the talents and interests of youth, developing their skills and competencies, and providing positive adult role models.
Small World - Behavior Specialist
The Behavior Specialist provides continuous support to the overall educational environment by utilizing effective behavioral strategies to address student behaviors. Provide ongoing behavior intervention strategies for all students in all aspects of the educational environment as well as assisting within the classrooms, hallways, play areas, and extracurricular activities.
Elementary School Based Transformational Coach (Social Worker)
The Transformational Coach will manage a caseload of 25-30 children at one school; facilitate internal and external referrals; collaborate closely with St. Nicks’ school-based teams and partners; help refine SNA’s transformational approach; and use data to drive transformational services. Transformational Coaches report to the Supervisor of Elementary Social Work.
The Assistant Director is responsible for overall leadership of an after school center serving grades K-5 in an elementary school and supports short and long term division-wide implementation of program planning and outcomes tracking.
Supervisor, Transformational Coach (Social Worker)
The Supervisor will oversee four Transformational Coaches, each with a caseload of 25-30 children; facilitate internal and external referrals; collaborate closely with St. Nicks Alliance’s school-based teams and partners; refine St. Nicks Alliance’s transformational approach; use data to drive transformational services; and maintain a small caseload of clients, as needed.
ELDER CARE JOBS
Home Care Staff
Immediate work is usually available for applicants who are certified as Home Health Aides or Personal Care Aides. Free training leading to certification is offered.
Workforce Development Jobs
Job Developer, Youth Programs
The Job Developer is primarily responsible for developing and building capacity/partnerships with potential employers for the graduates of our skills training programs. In addition, they must understand the local labor market trends and issues; understand basic business practices and carry out assignments and projects without detailed instruction. He /she will work with the Skills Training providers to insure that the training remains viable for participants and potential employers. He/she will support project staff efforts in recruitment, orientation, job readiness, education, and skills training.