House Manager - Location: Town of Islip
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30am-4:30pm
Start Date: September 29, 2014

The House Manager is responsible for the day to day functioning of the shelter household. This staff member ensures that the facility is in excellent working order; including responsibility for minor facility repairs and the coordination of shelter upkeep and necessary medium to major repairs. The House Manger assists residents in their daily living needs, by providing transportation to appointments, facilitating house meetings, grocery shopping, coordinating donations and weekly meal planning.
Minimum qualifications: A commitment to working with people whose lives have been affected domestic violence. High School diploma, group home/shelter experience. Strong organizational skills required. Ability to complete minor household repairs a plus. A valid NYS Driver’s License. Bilingual individuals encouraged to apply.
Resumes: Fax 631-233-3680 or E-mail

(2) Part Time Weekend Housing Support Assistants - Location: Town of Islip
Hours: 1 shift Saturday 12:30am – 12:30pm 1 shift Sunday 12:30pm to 12:30am
Start Date: September 6, 2014

The part time weekend Housing Support Assistants will work out of the Safe Harbor Shelter answering the 24 hour hotline, conducting intake screenings for potential residents, tending to the needs of current residents and oversee the activities of the Shelter. Extensive training provided.
Minimum qualifications: A commitment to working with people whose lives have been affected domestic violence. High School diploma, group home/shelter experience. Bilingual individuals encouraged to apply.
Resumes: Fax 631-233-3680 or E-mail

Shelter Per-Diem Shelter Worker - Location: Town of Islip
Hours: On call as needed, most frequently evening, overnight and weekend shifts
Start Date: Immediately

On call to provide shelter coverage as needed; most frequently on evening, overnight and weekend shifts. Per Diem Worker will answer the 24 hour hotline, conduct intake screenings for potential residents, tend to the needs of current residents and oversee the activities of the shelter. Extensive training provided.
Minimum qualifications: : High School diploma, group home/shelter experience. Bilingual a plus.

Resumes: Fax 631-233-3680 or E-mail

EOE - 9/16/14

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