Monthly Archives: August 2015

STEM Diversity Career Expo

Job seekers In Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
Meet face-to-face with top recruiters

Friday, September 18, 2015
10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
The Wyndham New Yorker Hotel
481 8th Avenue & 34th Street
New York, New York 10001

Event Flyer: STEM_Sept18_2015_NY (Page 01) (2)

Join us at our New York, NY STEM Diversity CAREER EXPO to meet with Fortune 500 companies and government agencies looking to recruit new diverse talent in the STEM fields, both entry-level and professional.

A diversity of companies and government agencies are participating in this special career event. To mention a few: Novo Nordisk, Mellon University, Merck, National Security Agency, US Department of State, United Technologies Research Center, Software Engineering Institute – Carnegie, Olympus Corporation of the Americas, ADM, National Geospatial – Intelligence Agency, NextEra Energy, Space Telescope Science Institute, VA NY Harbor Healthcare.

Pre-register at: www.eop.com/stemexpo
For further info, e-mail us at: info@eop.com  or call 631-421-9421, ext. 10

FREE ADMISSION
• Business attire required
• Bring numerous copies résumé
• Must be at least 18 years of age (Proof required)

HOSTED BY:
Equal Opportunity Publications, Inc.
Publisher of Woman Engineer,
Minority Engineer, and Workforce Diversity
for Engineering and IT Professionals

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Saves Visitation Worker with The Salvation Army, Syracuse

Saves Visitation Worker
The Syracuse Area Salvation Army Office has an exciting career opportunity in our Child Welfare department for a Saves Supervised Visitation Worker to provide safe opportunities for parents to visit their children who are in foster care.

Responsibilities:
Full-time position to provide supervised visitation services to individuals/families with domestic violence history at The Salvation Army. Responsibilities include: intake, evaluation and assessments of prospective clients; individual visitation plans and interventions; facilitation of visitation sessions with children, teens and non-custodial parents; provision of court documentation and testimony, including recommendations to the court, attorneys, and other parties concerned, regarding custody or other case-specific clinical issues; and maintenance of case records, narratives, and statistical information. Work schedule is 40 hours per week; and is flexible between the hours of 8:00 AM and 8:00 PM.

Requirements:
– MSW or related Masters Degree with strong working knowledge of family dynamics and domestic
violence.
– Bachelor’s Degree with Masters Degree nearing completion, and 5 years related experience.
– High level of cultural competence and self-assurance in order to appropriately respond if
intervention is needed during visits to assure children’s safety.
– Valid NYS driver’s license and your own vehicle.

Clearances:
– Ability to physically negotiate all manners of domiciles and provide physical assistance and/or
intervention with children
– Background clearance including criminal, sex offender, child abuse, and DMV

Benefits:
The Salvation Army offers a competitive benefits package to support the well being of our employees including: Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance; Paid Time Off; Retirement; Remitted Tuition; and Free Life Insurance.

To Apply:
The Salvation Army is committed to achieving full and equal opportunity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. Qualified veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. All electronic applications must be submitted through The Salvation Army online application system for each position you are applying for. Apply at www.SASYR.org

Sofware Tech Support Aide, MTA Internship

Applicants must be vetted for the position. Students wishing to apply for this paid internship opportunity with MTA – Staten Island need to contact Malongze Foma at Malongze.Foma@esc.edu.

Project Number: DHR-152-CA

Department: DHR

Division: Staten Island Railway

Work Location/Room Number: Staten Island

Title of Intern Position: Software Tech Support Aide

Major(s) Preferred: Computer Science

Overview of Dept./Division:

This is newly formed IT Department of the Staten Island Railway, a subsidy of New York City Transit. Project work will be performed across the SIR sites. This Department is responsible for implementing IT solutions in coordination with TIS along with troubleshooting and maintenance of all SIR IT equipment and software environment.

 

Project Responsibilities:

To assist with resolving end-users help request in a timely manner, software/hardware inventory management, preparing/updating documentations, coordinating with project work, troubleshooting software-related issues, deployment/maintenance of IT equipment, applying tags, markings, bar codes etc. for tracking, developing database to incorporate findings; will require site visits and lifting / moving / organizing of items / IT equipment.

 

Special Qualifications or Background Needed:

Some of the intended qualifications include, but not limited to, excellent verbal and written communication skills, good customer service and follow up skills, knowledge and experience with Windows 7, XP and DOS; Computer Applications such as MS Outlook, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Visio, and Project; Tools such as command-line utility, anti-virus software (McAfee); experience/familiarity with Windows Networking technologies, experience/familiarity with HP, Dell, and Microsoft tablet/notebook and desktop systems, experience/familiarity with configuring/troubleshooting Smart Phones such as Blackberry, iPhones, etc. The selected student must be available at least 20-28 hours per week within normal departmental operating hours 7:30 am to 3:30 pm. Monday thru Friday.

Brooklyn Bridge to Employment Career Expo – September 16

Register Now for the Brooklyn Bridge to Employment Career Expo on

Wednesday, September 16th

Employer Breakfast with Special Invited Guest
Keynote Speaker Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams
will be at 9 AM

Career Expo begins 10 AM – 3 PM

Brooklyn College Student Center
2705 Campus Road
Brooklyn, NY 11210

The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce is pleased to extend an invitation to attend the Fall Brooklyn Bridge to Employment Career Expo. Brooklyn Bridge to Employment is a unique career expo focusing on the employment needs of Brooklyn businesses. Our employers will have the opportunity to meet with qualified job seekers who are prescreened by our Good Help staff, while simultaneously connecting Brooklynites to quality employment opportunities. The Career Expo will be promoted borough-wide, offering high visibility to your organization.

Last year the Brooklyn Bridge to Employment Career Expo, attracted over 70 businesses and nearly 500 job seekers. A key feature of our Expo are the on-site interviews scheduled for employers with prescreened applicants which led to several on-site hires and numerous follow-up interviews.

To register for this event, visit the Brooklyn Bridge Chamber of Commerce Event Page.

Brooklyn Bridge to Employment Career Expo Invitation

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Behavioral Services Internship with AIM Services

Behavioral Services Internship Program Description

Application:

Students wishing to apply for this opportunity, please forward your resume and a cover letter to Anita Brown, Collegewide Career Development Coordinator at SUNY Empire State College at Anita.Brown@esc.edu. This position is located in Saratoga, NY and is an unpaid internship.

Purpose:
The Behavioral Services Internship at AIM Services, Inc. is a role in which the student is serving in a learning capacity which provides hands-on field experience with the purpose of acquiring the knowledge and skills necessary to apply in future career choices. It is the expectation of AIM Services, Inc. that the student meets all required components outlined in the job description set forth by the organization as well the requirements set forth by their college.

Qualifications:
• Current enrollment as a student in an academic curriculum at an accredited college and/or university.
• Valid NYS Drivers License acceptable to Agency Insurance standards/depending on program needs. Maintain valid insurance and provide insurance card if using your own vehicle.
• Ability to exhibit/maintain a professional, kind, courteous and patient manner at all times.
• Completion of required Tuberculosis/Mantoux (PPD) vaccinations.
• Meeting all required AIM Services, Inc. background checks (i.e.) Criminal, Justice Center, Child Abuse registry, Department of Motor Vehicle and Social Media.
• Completion of all required trainings as outlined by AIM Services, Inc.

Physical / Cognitive Requirements:
• Lifting/transferring – individuals/items of various weights – must be able to lift a minimum of 50 pounds.
• Bending/Reaching/Pushing/Pulling
• Ability to successfully complete Strategies for Crisis Intervention and Prevention (SCIP) certification and apply proactive behavioral approach techniques at all times.
• Demonstrated interest and ability to make possible the personal outcomes of individuals receiving services
• Adherence to Agency policies, including Attendance Policy

Responsible to: Behavioral Services Program Director or their designee.

Essential Functions/Project Requirements:

AIM Services, Inc. will provide all Interns with 1:1 supervision opportunities throughout the Internship program providing mechanisms such as a Bi-Weekly Supervisory meeting and Internship Evaluation to provide feedback to all parties involved. On the job training opportunities will be presented inclusive of professional development trainings, attendance at interdisciplinary team meetings, departmental meetings and special projects as well as any other relevant Internship assignments defined by Aim Services, Inc. and the college and/or university working with the Intern.

The essential functions/project requirements for the Behavioral Services Internship at AIM Services, Inc. are as follows:

Knowledge of Human Behavior
• Collaborate with peers, those in other disciplines, and community members to design a health promotion or disease prevention plan of care for a community that is grounded in evidence in the professional literature.
• Exposure to an array of physical actions and observable emotion associated with individuals with developmental disabilities and/or traumatic brain injury.
• Identifying and researching evidence-based practices and theories associated with behavior.

Knowledge of Service Delivery
• Evaluate the contributions of your profession to promote health, wellness, and improve access to quality health care.
• Analyze the impact of regulatory and professional issues on practice in a health care organization.
• Evaluate the impact of behavioral services in the field of people with developmental disabilities and traumatic brain injuries.

Skills
• Apply theory to practice in a leadership role.
• Provide care that is evidence-based incorporating models, concepts, and principles.
• Assist in taking, gathering, and analyzing data to support behavioral strategies and develop treatments.
• Provide critical thinking skills to a vast array of psychological components.
• Assemble and apply concepts, theories, and strategies to assist in developing behavioral pedagogies and treatments.
• Assist in understanding and implementing functional assessments, functional analysis, and/or descriptive analysis.
• Attend meetings, workshops, and/or trainings in the field of psychology.

Ethics
• Advocate for a family or community in the role of care provider.
• Integrate standards and codes of professional practice relevant to caring for the community(s) served.
• Assist in providing behavioral treatment while adhering to ethical considerations provided by the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) ethics code.

Diversity
• Design evidence-based strategies to meet the health care needs of diverse populations.
• Engage in reflective practice with a focus on human dignity and diversity.
Application and Integration
• Collaborate with members of the interprofessional/interdisciplinary team to improve outcomes in individuals and communities.

Other Duties:
• Any and all other related duties as requested by supervisor.

Community and Human Services Internship at AIM Services

Application:

Students wishing to apply for this opportunity, please forward your resume and a cover letter to Anita Brown, Collegewide Career Development Coordinator at SUNY Empire State College at Anita.Brown@esc.edu. This position is located in Saratoga, NY and is an unpaid internship.

Purpose:

The Community and Human Services Internship at AIM Services, Inc. is a role in which the student is serving in a learning capacity which provides hands-on field experience with the purpose of acquiring the knowledge and skills necessary to apply in future career choices. It is the expectation of AIM Services, Inc. that the student meets all required components outlined in the job description set forth by the organization as well the requirements set forth by their college.

Qualifications:

  • Current enrollment as a student in an academic curriculum at an accredited college and/or university.
  • Valid NYS Drivers License acceptable to Agency Insurance standards/depending on program needs. Maintain valid insurance and provide insurance card if using your own vehicle.
  • Ability to exhibit/maintain a professional, kind, courteous and patient manner at all times.
  • Completion of required Tuberculosis/Mantoux (PPD) vaccinations.
  • Meeting all required AIM Services, Inc. background checks (i.e.) Criminal, Justice Center, Child Abuse registry, Department of Motor Vehicle and Social Media.
  • Completion of all required trainings as outlined by AIM Services, Inc.

Physical / Cognitive Requirements:

  • Lifting/transferring – individuals/items of various weights – must be able to lift a minimum of 50 pounds.
  • Bending/Reaching/Pushing/Pulling
  • Ability to successfully complete Strategies for Crisis Intervention and Prevention (SCIP) certification and apply proactive behavioral approach techniques at all times.
  • Demonstrated interest and ability to make possible the personal outcomes of individuals receiving services
  • Adherence to Agency policies, including Attendance Policy

Responsible to: Community Services Director or their designee.

Essential Functions/Project Requirements:

AIM Services, Inc. will provide all Interns with 1:1 supervision opportunities throughout the Internship program providing mechanisms such as a Bi-Weekly Supervisory meeting and Internship Evaluation to provide feedback to all parties involved. On the job training opportunities will be presented inclusive of professional development trainings, attendance at interdisciplinary team meetings, departmental meetings and special projects as well as any other relevant Internship assignments defined by Aim Services, Inc. and the college and/or university working with the Intern.

The essential functions/project requirements for the Community and Human Services Internship at AIM Services, Inc. are as follows:

Knowledge of Human Behavior

  • Ensure accessibility, accountability and continuity of support and services promoting meaningful choices resulting in fulfilling the “Power of Potential” for all Individuals supported.
  • Collaborate with peers, those in other disciplines, and community members to design a health promotion or disease prevention plan of care for a community that is grounded in evidence in the professional literature.

Knowledge of Service Delivery

  • Assist people with Intellectual and developmental disabilities including those with Traumatic Brain injuries in gaining access to necessary services and supports to lead successful lives in the community.
  • Evaluate the contributions of your profession to promote health, prevent disease, and improve access to quality health care.
  • Analyze the impact of regulatory and professional issues on practice in a health care organization.

Skills

  • Apply theory to practice in a leadership role.
  • Provide care that is evidence-based incorporating models, concepts, and principles.
  • Support families and individuals in the development, implementation, and maintenance of the Plans, Ongoing Case notes and in their advocacy role, including ensuring individual civil rights, health, welfare, fire safety, freedom from abuse/neglect.
  • Attend Meetings with Individuals Families and Clinical Teams to provide collaboration and updates.
  • Ensure that there is adequate coordination, appropriate communication and maximum cooperation between all sources of supports and services by maintaining ongoing contact with the person and his/her advocate and service providers.
  • Assist the individual and his/her advocate to establish and prioritize person’s goals and clearly define a chosen individualized service environment to reach those goals.

Ethics

  • Advocate for a family or community in the role of care provider.
  • Integrate standards and codes of professional practice relevant to caring for the community(s) served.

Diversity

  • Design evidence-based strategies to meet the health care needs of diverse populations.
  • Engage in reflective practice with a focus on human dignity and diversity.

Application and Integration

  • Focus on activities to establish a potentially life-long, person-centered, goal-oriented process for coordinating the range of services, instruction and assistance needed by persons with Intellectual and developmental disabilities including those with Traumatic Brain injuries and their families.
  • Collaborate with members of the interprofessional/interdisciplinary team to improve outcomes in individuals and communities.
  • Work in partnership with a qualified Service Coordinator to develop and maintain an Individualized Service Plan (ISP) as well as assist with: Information, Advocacy, Individualized Service Planning, Record Keeping, Linkage, Referral and Support.

Other Duties:

  • Any and all other related duties as requested by supervisor.