EXPLORE OPPORTUNITIES AT SBH

At SBH, we work with our dedicated team volunteers and staff members to help those in need. If you’re interested in joining our mission, please see our current job openings and submit your application.

For general questions, please contact careers@sbhonline.org

Current Openings

Administrative Support Job Description

Responsibilities/Experience Include:

  • Assist with updating doctor information by calling medical offices, rehab centers, hospitals and getting accurate insurance info, hospital affiliation, office locations, contact info, sub-specialties and associates.
  • Assist in planning networking events.
  • Research and connect with other organizations to assist in gathering additional helpful resources for clients.
  • Assist with creating and update resource guide.
  • Answer referral phone calls and respond to inquiry or direct call appropriately.
  • Assist with logging calls on database and assist with tracking all other Medical Division data including referrals.
  • Responsible for implementing managing doctor surveys and patient feedback including mailings.
  • Assist in event planning for Medical Division lectures, workshops and screenings (such as – skin screening, mammography screening, hearing screenings, Flu shots, CPR Classes, Birth matters workshop, health lectures – Parkinson, sports injuries, allergies, Mind-Gut connection and others ).
  • Create and prepare event agenda, schedules, setting up, sign in sheets, evaluation forms.
  • Responsible for holiday gifts for doctors and patient advocates.
  • Manage and update Medical Division database and website.
  • Provide administrative support to Medical Division staff.
  • Attend supervision and team meetings.

Familiarity with Orthodox Jewish Population

Full time position

Send resumes to brocha@sbhonline.org

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Chief Financial Officer

The Chief Financial Officer (“CFO”) will be an integral part of the executive management team and lead the overall fiscal planning and oversight of this large, complex, social services not-for-profit. The CFO will report to the Chief Executive Officer (“CEO”) and work in collaboration with the CEO, Treasurer, Board of Directors and the senior management team to ensure the integrity of the financials and systems within SBH.

The CFO is responsible for and oversees budget development, all financial management, and compliance surrounding SBH grants. S/he will manage the financial department. Working closely with the CEO and the Treasurer, the CFO must be strategic in assessing business risks and opportunities while ensuring that there is an ample amount of cash flow coverage.

The CFO will be a strong communicator with the ability to liaise with a variety of funders, government representatives, staff, bankers, and vendors, as well as develop strong relationships internally with the executive team and the program directors.

Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Lead and oversee the day-to-day operations of the finance function and provide direction and supervision to the finance team engaged in day-to-day internal accounting and cash management.
  • Represent agency on matters of advocacy as they pertain to funding issues, budget cuts, programs, and audit compliance issues.
  • Effectively maintain internal controls and cash flow to safeguard the agency’s assets, regularly reviewing and recommending modifications to strengthen them.
  • Coach and mentor the staff of accounting professionals, providing leadership and guidance to achieve a high level of operational excellence.
  • Through direct reports of the staff, oversee management of the general ledger, all financial activity with respect to grants and contracts, audits, payroll, and purchase processing.
  • Partner with our PEO/Human Resources on matters pertaining to payroll processing and various audits of personnel.
  • Work with outside auditors to prepare the 990 as well as audited financials.
  • Help formulate the annual budget and present it to the Board.
  • Prepare and review and presentation of monthly financial reports to the CEO and the Board.
  • Manage CFR filing to OMH
  • Manage the budget related areas of grant applications and reporting
  • Work with the Development team to reconcile grant funding results and fundraising initiatives.
  • Liaise with funding sources, government agencies, bankers, various program directors, and external accounting firms.
  • Work with the CEO on strategic plan and other special projects.

Job Type: Full-time

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High Level Therapist

Friendly welcoming work environment, monthly staff lunches, flexible hours, PTO, and other health insurance benefits as well as yearly specialty certification training programs at this great job opening at SBH! 

SBH Counseling Center is seeking a high-level Clinical Psychotherapist and supervisor who has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families as well as experience in providing clinical supervision. Candidate will be part of a growth-oriented team providing quality behavioral health treatment utilizing current, innovative practice models. Excellent, competency-based training and supervision is provided in a supportive environment. 

In addition to strong clinical skills, candidate must possess strong organizational, documentation, assessment and writing skills, experience with EHR, and ability to maintain an active caseload. Job responsibilities include providing individual, collateral and family psychotherapy treatment, supervision to other staff psychotherapists and attend weekly team and supervision meetings. 

This part time position is fully in person and is available for a high energy, growth-oriented high-level therapist (LCSW/LMHC) with a minimum of 5 years of clinical experience, and specialty training and competency in one or more of the following areas: Couples Counseling, Trauma, IFS, Somatic, DBT and / or Play Therapy. 

Evening and/or Sunday availability is a plus. 

Job offers salary-based compensation $$ – $$ based on experience and availability. 

Email resumes to Careers@sbhonline.org

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Entry Level Therapist

Friendly welcoming work environment, monthly staff lunches, flexible hours, PTO, and other health insurance benefits as well as yearly specialty certification training programs at this great job opening at SBH! 

SBH Counseling Center is seeking a responsible team player with excellent clinical skills working with children, adolescents, adults, and families as a Clinical Psychotherapist. Candidate will be part of a growth-oriented team providing quality behavioral health treatment utilizing current, innovative practice models. Excellent, competency-based training and supervision is provided in a supportive environment. 

Candidate must possess strong organizational, documentation, assessment and writing skills, experience with EHR, and ability to maintain an active caseload. Job responsibilities include providing individual, collateral and family psychotherapy treatment and attend weekly team and supervision meetings.

Experience with evidence-based practice models a plus. 

This part time position is fully in person and is available for high energy, growth-oriented therapist (LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, LMFT, LCAT). 

Two evenings or one evening and a Sunday per week required. 

Job offers salary-based compensation $$ – $$ based on experience and availability. 

Email resumes to Careers@sbhonline.org

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Computer Course Coordinator Job Description

Non-profit in Brooklyn seeks Computer Course and database Coordinator. Job will include coordinating online skills training courses and data entry. There is plenty of room for growth in the position and to have a hand in making a difference in people’s lives. Friendly working environment.

Roles and Responsibilities:

Computer Course Coordination:

  • Create skills training courses schedules this will include coming up with new course ideas, maintaining current courses and creatively thinking about how to improve the program
  • Coordinating schedules and details of courses with course instructors
  • Assisting instructors in the creation of course syllabi
  • Creating course catalog
  • Coordinating with marketing to create flyers, schedule course releases, etc.
  • Tracking course participants attendance and participant data
  • Sending acceptance letters, reminders and course recordings (Note: some reminders may need to be sent outside of regular work hours)
  • Speaking during classes about organization services
  • Managing grant budgets related to courses and working with the Finance department
  • Managing grant data
  • Creating spreadsheets tracking data in different formats
  • Tracking course documents and information including applications, gift cards, textbooks, etc.
  • Tracking and submitting invoices
  • Job will also include speaking with key employees in the non profit and C-suite staff

Database Coordination:

  • Speak with employers about job openings
  • Working with employers to create job descriptions and posts
  • Entering job information into CRM system
  • Posting job listings on division’s website
  • Working with Job Developers to ensure jobs get entered correctly
  • Editing job descriptions (ensuring they are well written and accurate)
  • Job will include speaking with employers, at times this will include CEOs, CFOs and many more high-level employees at other companies

Skills and Experience

  • Strong computer skills
  • Strong Word, Excel and Outlook skills
  • Good written and oral communication skills
  • Google Drive skills including Google Forms and Sheets
  • Comfort using CRM systems
  • Strong scheduling skills
  • Good phone skills
  • Proficient Zoom user
  • Comfortable using Whatsapp and Telegram
  • Ability to track and manage data
  • Strong Canva skills
  • Ability to use mailchimp
  • Professional
  • Multitasker
  • Creativity
  • Patience

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Job Placement Professional

Brooklyn and Jersey positions available! SBH is seeking a Job Placement Professional. Use your work experience and business background to help others. You must be organized, computer proficient and understand today’s workplace and what it takes to succeed.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Interview and assess clients skills and maintain detailed client case files. Match and refer clients to Job Openings.
  • Excellent computer, verbal and written communication skills in English is required.
  • Full Time or Part Time.
  • Hebrew speaking and familiarity of orthodox Jewish Community a plus

Email resume to Rita@sbhcareer.org

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Fertility Program Manager

The Fertility Program Manager will oversee the division and will act as the central figure directing the programmatic & events portfolio ensuring excellence, innovation and sustainability. S/he will provide the management and administrative implementation necessary to ensure that the division has the mission focused programming & events, partnerships and services to meet near-term and strategic objectives. Further, the successful candidate will understand, reflect and uphold core values of a person-centered approach to services. In addition to ensuring the effectiveness of existing programs, he/she will be expected to possess an entrepreneurial mindset to grow programs or develop new opportunities within the scope of the division. S/he will be tasked with turning ideas into action. The Manager will work closely with lay-leader committee members, volunteers and Staff at SBH to ensure all service areas are met for clients within our fertility division as the division increases its service provision within the community.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Oversee all fertility services and programs
  • Develop a team-based environment for staff, lay-leader committee members and volunteers that nurtures collaboration and well informed decision-making; fostering a supportive work environment in which to thrive
  • Supervise social worker to ensure quality service provision to clients
  • Coordinate care for fertility clients to ensure all service needs are met
  • Work with marketing division to increase awareness of fertility division
  • In conjunction with CFO & CEO, develop and manage the division’s annual operational budget
  • Assist to develop and advance service protocol and structure within the fertility division
  • Responsible for managing volunteers that assist Fertility Division
  • Plan and implement fertility related events including trainings, support groups, community programs, and webinars
  • Oversee implementation of financial assistance program for fertility issues
  • Responsible to track all services and reporting for the division
  • Oversee division matrix to ensure programs are operating at their highest capacity
  • Other tasks and responsibilities as needed

Skill and Education Required

The ideal candidate will be a strategic, vibrant administrator with a proven record of accomplishment of leadership experience in a complex environment. Specifically, the success profile of this candidate will include:

  • Demonstrated experience in leading teams to produce successful outcomes at a nonprofit organization
  • A record of achievement as an innovator with hands-on program experience, ideally in similar or related sector
  • A highly effective and skilled communicator; a good listener; actively seeks opinions of others in decision-making; consultative; able to inspire confidence and trust
  • Possess a strong organizational and administrative acumen · Ability to motivate and inspire others
  • Ability to balance a creative approach with the need to develop and follow a plan
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Outlook, Excel Word, and PowerPoint
  • Experience with data tracking software · Recognized as a developer of people, someone who cultivates teamwork as a fundamental organizational practice
  • Strong emotional intelligence to be able to handle pressure and respond to needs of others under pressure
  • Ability to handle sensitive information in a confidential manner
  • Be knowledgeable in all aspects of fertility issues
  • Advanced degree preferred
  • Experience in social service and/or mental health work preferred; 
  • Excellent organizational and written/oral communications skills 
  • Ability to liaison with all levels of internal/external professionals, active lay leadership and active board of directors
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Microsoft Excel and Google apps

Special Requirements

  • Familiarity with the Orthodox Jewish population
  • Ability to travel to Deal, NJ

Physical Demands

  • Sitting at a desk; using office equipment such as a computer, copier, telephone, etc.

Other

  • Salaried Position – commensurate with experience.

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Fertility Division Social Worker

This position is responsible for intake and case management for the fertility division. Responsibilities include assessing new clients and coordinating clients’ receipt of services.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for conducting intake on all new fertility clients and determine appropriate service provision
  • Provide supportive counseling, reassurance, and guidance to clients
  • Following captain/social worker model, provide case management to clients and support to captains/peers
  • Plan case management treatment possibilities to meet client’s emotional and social needs
  • Coordinate client care with relevant volunteers, including emotional doulas, nurses, and social workers
  • Assist to develop and advance clinical protocol and structure within the fertility division
  • Assist in planning educational component of fertility related events
  • Assess client need for appropriate mental health support groups
  • Attend weekly individual supervision and staff meetings
  • Responsible to track all case management services provided
  • Assist and provide guidance on inter-agency complex cases

Skill and Education Required:

  • Exceptional therapeutic skills to allow for mental health assessment and cognitive reframing
  • Be knowledgeable in all aspects of fertility issues
  • Ability to handle sensitive information in a confidential manner
  • Master’s degree in mental health related field preferred
  • Minimum of 3 years experience in social service intake and/or mental health work preferred
  • Excellent administrative, organizational and written/oral communications skills
  • Ability to liaison with all levels of internal/external professionals, active lay leadership and active board of directors
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Microsoft Excel and Google apps

Special Requirements

  • Familiarity with the Orthodox Jewish population
  • Ability to travel to Deal, NJ
  • Salaried Position – commensurate with experience.

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Senior Division Social Worker

This position is responsible for intake and case management for the Senior Division. Responsibilities include assessing new clients and coordinating clients’ receipt of services.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Full- time Social Worker should provide individual counseling to seniors

  • Must work well with others, including caregivers, seniors and other collateral contacts
  • Check in with seniors and caregivers monthly, and more often when needed, to ensure senior is connecting to SBH and external resources
  • Check in with senior weekly to assess their needs, speak to family members, care team, medical professionals when applicable
  • Determines clients’ requirements by completing intake interviews; determining need for therapeutic, medical, psycho-social, and psychiatric evaluations; treatment objectives and plans.
  • Establishes treatment programs by setting schedules and routines; coordinating services being provided; arranging resources, including transportation and escort.
  • Monitors cases by verifying clients’ attendance; observing and evaluating treatments and responses; advocating for needed services and entitlements; obtaining additional resources; intervening in crises; providing personal support.
  • Maintains clients’ records by reviewing case notes; logging events and progress.
  • Communicates clients’ progress by conducting weekly interdisciplinary meetings and evaluations; disseminating results and obstacles to the therapeutic team and family; identifying treatment influences.
  • Improves treatment results by studying, evaluating, and re-designing processes; implementing changes; rewriting policies and procedures.
  • Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional

Skill and Education Required:

  • Required to attend weekly review meetings and case management meeting at least 1x per month.
  • Expected to be available to work at least 3 late evenings per month (for home visits, captain/client meetings, and case management meetings.
  • Special skills must include therapy skill-set (e.g. warmth, empathy, cognitive reframing), ability to connect to resources, creative thinking, team-player attitude, display significant commitment in implementing “treatment plan” and helping families reach realistic goals of emotional, medical, & financial stability.
  • Network with external resources, community leaders and programs.
  • Job Type: Full-time

Special Requirements

  • Familiarity with the Orthodox Jewish population
  • Ability to travel to Deal, NJ
  • Salaried Position – commensurate with experience.

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Jersey Branch Office Manager

As the office manager of the NJ Branch of a nonprofit social services agency, he/she will organize and coordinate office administration and procedures to ensure organizational effectiveness, efficiency and safety. The office manager is responsible for developing intra-office communication protocols, streamlining administrative procedures, inventory control and purchasing, office staff supervision and other tasks, as needed.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Accountable for building maintenance, mailings, supply inventory, equipment upkeep
  • Maintains office calendar and coordinates event/meeting set up
  • Manages client services allocation including credit card and check request
  • Recruits and manages performance of support staff
  • Ensures building security, including camera and alarm management, safety and office closure.
  • Coordinate with SBH IT department on all office equipment needs
  • Manage relationships with agencies, vendors, service providers and tenants
  • Oversees reception and maintenance, including staffing coverage and work schedules
  • Orients new staff on office policies and procedures and assist with office set up
  • Works with the main NY finance office on issues of accounts payables/receivables and budget
  • Maintains confidentiality in all client and office related matters

Position Requirements:

  • An energetic professional who can multitask
  • Experienced in handling a wide range support related tasks and able to work little supervision.
  • Well organized, flexible and enjoys the administrative challenges of supporting an office of diverse staff and volunteers

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Job Developer

 Job Developer will establish and build relationships with companies that are hiring and match and refer clients to Job Openings, as well as help guide and enlighten our clients about different industries and career paths.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide one-on-one motivational support that will prepare clients for their job search
  • Report client demographics

Responsibilities include:

  •  Assess clients to develop practical short- and long-term employment and vocational goals that lead to long-term economic self-sufficiency.
  • Client Support: Provide one-on-one motivational counseling that will prepare clients overcome obstacles to entering the workforce.
  • Employment Services: Establish and build relationships with employers who will provide jobs and work experience for clients.

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Social Work Supervisor

The Mental Health Clinic is looking for a part time fee for service social work supervisor to work within the mental health clinic.

      • A current LCSW license as an LCSW in the State of New York
      • Two years of supervisory experience is preferred.
      • Strong clinical group, family and individual intervention skills required.
      • Good organizational, team work and communicate skills needed.
      • Ability to communicate internally and externally to diverse audiences, with knowledge, diplomacy, tact, patience, flexibility, and courtesy.
      • Must adhere strictly to issues of confidentiality.
      • Shows proficiency in use of electronic health record and keeps a thorough log of all contacts
      • Provide individual supervision to social work staff, supervise crisis management and provide clinical and administrative coverage of clinic,
      • Ensure compliance with Office of Mental Health (OMH) standards.
      • Other clinical and administrative duties, as assigned
        To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to info@sbhonline.org with subject: MHC Social Work Supervisor

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Evening Receptionist (Part-time)

SBH is seeking a bright, capable and computer proficient receptionist . Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 4:30 PM – 8 PM, Tuesday 4:30 PM-9:00 PM. Option for Sunday hours.

Qualifications:

      • Friendly, confident phone personality, clear speaking voice
      • Multi-tasking capability a must
      • Excellent communication skills
      • Greet clients & visitors, answer phones, file, maintain records, copying, collating, and faxing
      • Proficiency in Word, Excel, Outlook & Internet a must.

For more information or to apply contact rita@csnetworks.org

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Senior Division Program Coordinator

The Senior Program Coordinator is responsible for planning and implementing all of the social and educational programming done through the Senior Division. She/he will be the SBH liaison to our volunteer committees, instructors and clients assisting with all details of the activity, seeing it though from start to finish.

The Program Coordinator will also be required to assist with publication of our written/marketing materials and ensure proper tracking and documentation of all program variables.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for all details of the senior programs including developing and implementing all senior programs, lectures and events.
  • Act as liaison to volunteers, instructors and programming clients.
  • Brainstorm new event ideas, programs and educational seminars.
  • Assist in producing program materials.
  • Order and keep inventory of needed program supplies.
  • Work with Director to ensure all programs comply with grant deliverables.
  • Document and track all program activities in data systems.
  • Work with Director and Marketing team to develop communication strategy (phone, email, mailings, social media) to alert community members about our upcoming senior activities.
  • Attend individual and group supervision.
  • Special projects, as needed.

Skill and Education Required:

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • General computer abilities including typing, Outlook and Internet search capabilities.
  • Can fluently utilize Word, Excel and Google Sheets.
  • Ability to learn how to utilize new data systems.
  • Able to communicate clearly with various stakeholders including colleagues, clients, volunteers and board members.
  • Well-organized, a self-starter and work independently and within a team.
  • Ability to multi-task, set work priorities, track projects and meet deadlines.

Special Requirements: Previous experience implementing programs and/or history working with seniors preferred.

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Maintenance Worker

Position Summary: Responsible for upkeep & maintenance of buildings’ interior and exterior
Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Perform routine, repetitive daily inspection and maintenance necessary to building exterior/interior
  • Sets up conference rooms as needed per daily schedule of meetings and events.
  • Receive items for Food Pantry.  Stock Food Pantry shelves as necessary.
  • Walk through buildings twice daily to ensure the hallways are clutter-free and bathrooms are clean, clutter-free and contain supplies.
  • Perform weekly safety checks throughout the facility to ensure a safe and clean environment for the patrons of the facility and to eliminate all hazards.
  • Perform custodial duties as required.
  • Prepare trash for pick-up.
  • Perform minor repairs of buildings and equipment.
  • Perform a variety of skilled duties in one or more of the building trades, such as painting, carpentry, minor electrical, or other recognized crafts for the purpose of maintaining and repairing the building
  • Perform preventive maintenance procedures on building mechanical equipment on a scheduled basis; inspects belts, checks fluid levels, replaces filters, greases bearings, seals, etc.; repairs or replaces broken parts.
  • Clean and inspects boiler; treat water with proper chemicals.
  • Calibrate and repairs pneumatic systems.
  • Replace broken windows; repair doors, door locks and closets; install window blinds.
  • Inspect electrical wiring and equipment; replace and repair wiring as needed or calls a professional to do so.
  • Deliver items to our various buildings in Brooklyn, NY and Deal, NJ
  • Other tasks as needed

Competencies:
Must be capable of lifting 50 lbs.

For more information or to apply contact pinny@sbhonline.org

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Senior Division Part Time Case Manager 

Position Summary:

  • Case Manager will work with older adult population and their families/ caregivers to manage all needs of their case
  • Case Manager should provide information and referrals to seniors and caregivers
  • Case Manager should research/ update local resource lists that could provide helpful to clients
  • Case Manager should provide individual counseling to seniors or their caregivers, as needed
  • Within working with clients, must display the following: therapeutic skill set (e.g. warmth, compassion, empathy, cognitive reframing), ability to connect clients to resources, creative thinking, team-player attitude, display significant commitment and devotion to get client to a level of emotional stability.
  • Must work well with others, including senior division team, caregivers, seniors as well as other professionals ·
  • Required to attend weekly review meetings, supervision and case management meetings
  • Case Manager must document all case entries in a timely manner (within 7 days)
  • Case Manager is responsible for assisting the team in meeting deliverables and tracking progress
  • Case Manager must be able to provide feedback on types of activities that would benefit their senior clients
  • Case Manager will assist in day-to-day operations of the older adult center as needed
  • Case Manager must be able to track all contacts with clients in our data management system
  • Other tasks and projects, as needed

Duties and Responsibilities (including Supervisory):

  • Must be able to create a treatment plan for clients adjust that treatment plan as needed
  • Must assist in helping to meet and track annual grant deliverables
  • Interface well with seniors, caregivers and others
  • Cooperates with other departments at SBH and other local organizations
  • Builds connections with the broader community, resources and other mental health professionals
  • Completes ongoing training and courses to remain up to date on their training

Special Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • ·MSW, MHC or comparable masters degree preferred
  • 3-5 years geriatric experience preferred
  • Adherent to NYS Professional Standards

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Senior Division Case Manager 

Case Manager will work with older adult population and their families/ caregivers to manage all needs of their case

  • Case Manager should provide information and referrals to seniors and caregivers
  • Case Manager should research/ update local resource lists that could provide helpful to clients
  • Case Manager should provide individual counseling to seniors or their caregivers, as needed
  • Within working with clients, must display the following: therapeutic skill set (e.g. warmth, compassion, empathy, cognitive reframing), ability to connect clients to resources, creative thinking, team-player attitude, display significant commitment and devotion to get client to a level of emotional stability.
  • Must work well with others, including senior division team, caregivers, seniors as well as other professionals
  • Required to attend weekly review meetings, supervision and case management meetings
  • Case Manager must document all case entries in a timely manner (within 7 days)
  • Case Manager is responsible for assisting the team in meeting deliverables and tracking progress
  • Case Manager must be able to provide feedback on types of activities that would benefit their senior clients
  • Case Manager will assist in day-to-day operations of the older adult center as needed
  • Case Manager must be able to track all contacts with clients in our data management system
  • Other tasks and projects, as needed

Duties and Responsibilities (including Supervisory):

  • Must be able to create a treatment plan for clients and adjust that treatment plan as needed
  • Must assist in helping to meet and track annual grant deliverables
  • Interface well with seniors, caregivers and others
  • Cooperates with other departments at SBH and other local organizations
  • Builds connections with the broader community, resources and other mental health professionals
  • Complete ongoing training and courses to remain up to date on their training

Job Type: Full-time

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Senior Division Program Coordinator, New Jersey 

Position Summary:

The Senior Division’s Program Coordinator is responsible for planning and implementing all of the social and educational programming done through the Senior Division. He/she will be the SBH liaison to our volunteer committees, instructors and clients assisting with all details of the activity, seeing it though from start to finish. The Program Coordinator will also be required to assist with publication of our written/marketing materials and ensure proper tracking and documentation of all program variables.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for all details of the senior programs including developing and implementing all senior programs, lectures and events
  • Act as liaison to volunteers, instructors and programming clients
  • Brainstorm new event ideas, programs and educational seminars
  • Assist in producing program materials
  • Order and keep inventory of needed program supplies
  • Work with Director to ensure all programs comply with grant deliverables
  • Document and track all program activities in data systems
  • Work with Director and Marketing team to develop communication strategy (phone, email, mailings, social media) to alert community members about our upcoming senior activities
  • Attend individual and group supervision
  • Other tasks and projects, as needed

Skill and Education Required:

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • General computer abilities including typing, Outlook and Internet search capabilities
  • Can fluently utilize Word, Excel and Google Sheets
  • Ability to learn how to utilize new data systems
  • Able to communicate clearly with various stakeholders including colleagues, clients, volunteers and board members
  • Well-organized, a self-starter and work independently and within a team,
  • Ability to multi-task, set work priorities, track projects and meet deadlines

Special Requirements:

  • Previous experience implementing programs and/or history working with seniors preferred

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Food Pantry Aide
The Food Pantry Aide assists in Food Pantry functioning and flow of activities.

      • Brings food items from delivery trucks into pantry.
      • Stocks shelves.
      • Picks up items from local schools and other local institutions.
      • Handles all food distribution for both clients picking up and receiving deliveries.
      • Works with volunteers for packaging all non-perishables and perishables.
      • Performs special tasks as needed.

Competencies:
Lifting 50 lbs, sorting, carrying boxes.

For more information or to apply contact pinny@sbhonline.org

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Jersey Branch Floater 

NJ Branch Floater will fill in under the direction of the New Jersey Branch site director for programs and services including Pantry, Volunteer and Senior Division. Follow daily task list as assigned by the site director.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Organize deliveries and food donations in the pantry
  • Inventory Control: stock shelves, refrigerator and freezers, and remove outdated food items
  • Receive and unload large deliveries
  • Organize volunteer pick-ups for various distributions
  • Maintain check list of volunteers for meals, deliveries etc.
  • Assist divisions in program activities as needed

Skill and Education Required:

  • Ability to lift heavy objects (25 lbs or more)
  • Must have a car
  • Basic computer skills