Jewish Board of Family and Childrens Services

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Jewish Board of Family and Childrens Services Jobs & Careers in New York, NY

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22 days ago

Senior Auditor

Jewish Board of Family and Childrens Services New York, NY

The Internal Audit Department conducts audits to assess the effectiveness of internal controls, accuracy of financial records, and efficiency of… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Division Director

Jewish Board of Family and Childrens Services New York, NY

PURPOSE: The Division Director for Preventive Services provides leadership and oversight for the agency’s preventive service and clinical… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Behavioral Specialist

Jewish Board of Family and Childrens Services New York, NY

(include but are not limited to): • Administer and interpret the clients’ cognitive, social/motivational and adaptive living skills… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

FFT Therapist

Jewish Board of Family and Childrens Services New York, NY

PURPOSE: The therapist is responsible for conducting assessments, identifying and engaging key participants, interviewing families to complete a… Glassdoor


30 days ago

Nurse

Jewish Board of Family and Childrens Services New York, NY

PURPOSE: A registered nurse (RN) assigned to a facility is responsible for the complete nursing care and performing of all routine medical procedures… Glassdoor


10 days ago

Mileu Counselor

Jewish Board of Family and Childrens Services New York, NY

The Milieu Counselor works with children or adolescents in a residential treatment setting and is responsible for ensuring that those portions of… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Jewish Board of Family and Childrens Services New York, NY

PURPOSE: The psychiatric nurse practitioner (NPP) is responsible for providing psychiatric services and care to the agency’s children and adult… Glassdoor


3 days ago

Billing Coordinator – new

Jewish Board of Family and Childrens Services New York, NY

PURPOSE: Provide billing and secretarial support for the programs. Responsible for recording and maintaining client Insurance and billing-required… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Facilities Coordinator

Jewish Board of Family and Childrens Services New York, NY

PURPOSE: Work under the Facilities Manager to maintain office equipment, physical space and telecommunications systems for the Westchester Campus… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Case Worker

Jewish Board of Family and Childrens Services New York, NY

include but not limited to: • Coordinate all services for consumers, including day programs… Glassdoor


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    Current Employee - Program Assistant in New York, NY
    Current Employee - Program Assistant in New York, NY

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    Pros

    Decent benefits. Some departments and supervisors are liberal about using sick or vacation time (max of 70 sick days and 5 weeks vacation time can be accrued). Employees are often able to have flexible schedules unless you are required by your position to do shiftwork. Many people stay with the agency for decades. You have the opportunity to engage in meaningful, but sometimes emotionally exhausting work. You may also find genuinely supportive and friendly colleagues. There are various opportunities to engage with executive management. They seem far more accessible than in some other organizations.

    Cons

    The agency is large and unwieldy at times, operating in too many sites across NYC and Westchester. Each department and program has a different working environment. This leads to a lot of inconsistency in people's experiences. The agency as a whole seems to struggle with diversity and retaining top talent at all levels. Compensation is poor overall but for social workers, in particular. However, SWs also have the best opportunities for advancement. If you can, negotiate a higher rate of pay to begin with and you'll be better off in the long run. Cost-of-living raises can be frozen in a poor economy. There is a push to use Fee For Service workers more and more. Health insurance and vacation time are not available to you during the first 3 months (probationary period), though vacation time will acrrue. Benefits are not available unless you work 20+ hours/week and they cost more if you are PT. There is always the possibility of a reduction in force near the end of the fiscal year.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stay focused. Stay in touch with your employee's needs as much as your client needs and you will be better off in the long run.

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