Primary Responsibilities include:
as an onsite case manager and member of the SNUG team in order to support
victims of crime affected by community violence
the site's referral resource database and create relationships with local
agencies and service providers
victims of crime navigate systems including providing court advocacy and
transportation to medical appointments
with the SNUG staff and assist them in providing case management services
to their high-risk program participants.
with SNUG team to violent incidents in the community, attend SNUG outreach
events, and make home visits to victims and families when
relationships with hospitals and other crime victim service providers in
order to ensure crime victims know about and utilize SNUG services
a sufficient caseload of clients at any given time
to all documentation and database requirements and accurately track work
in accordance with FCA and VOCA reporting standards
to travel to trainings and conferences Be available to support SNUG team
in emergency situations regarding incidents with staff or
to work flexible hours (evenings and weekends) when necessary
other tasks and responsibilities as assigned to ensure the effective
operation of the program.
Qualifications and Requirements include:
degree in human services field (i.e., sociology, social work, etc.) or
equivalent experience from an accredited university, BA preferred
valid New York State driver's license with a safe and responsible driving
history. Own motor vehicle, properly insured and registered in NYS,
to drive to client's home and other worksites.
be proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Excel) and the ability
readily adapt to program specific software.
Time, 35 hours per week.
dental, life, and STD/LTD Insurance, and employer contributed pension.
Accessibility to other voluntary benefits (Cancer Care, TDA, etc.)
vacation days, 12 sick days, 4 personal days, 11 agency holidays, and 2
floating holidays per year.