Senior Grant Writer & Manager

Title:                            Senior Grant Writer & Manager

Department:              Development

 

Overall Responsibilities

Reporting to the Development Director, the Senior Grants Manager is responsible for writing and submitting multidisciplinary and multi-collaborative grant proposals, ranging in size, scope and complexity, to a wide array of funding agencies and organizations. These include both public and private external entities, such as foundations, corporations, government, and other institutions. The Senior Grants Manager will be responsible for all pre and post award responsibilities, a prospecting strategy and grants tracking and management.

 

This position will have goals to produce a specific number of quality proposals in alignment with the organization’s annual development plan. The Senior Grants Manager will collaborate with the Development Team and will work closely with the Executive Team and Program Directors to develop strongly positioned proposals that can be marketed effectively and align with Project Renewal’s priority investment areas. All work is to be completed with standard supervision, confidentiality, integrity, and good judgment in accordance with organization standards.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The essential duties of theSenior Grant Writer & Manager include but are not limited to the following activities:

·         Write high-quality, concise and compelling proposals and project manage all aspects of preparation, submission and reporting

·         Research, prepare and maintain a prospecting matrix with eligibility, requirements and priority level

·         Lead the execution of logic model development, gain approvals on program budgets, prepare applications and stewardship materials

·         Create and manage a comprehensive calendar of past, current and upcoming proposals

·         Implement a system for reporting reminders and templates to all relevant staff in advance of deadlines

·         Coordinate with development team and finance staff on the preparation and review of financial reports, and revisions of approved grant budgets as necessary

 

Qualifications:

·         Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in education, training, and 3-5 years of direct experience

·         Demonstrated experience in writing persuasive, clear, concise, and visually attractive proposals/reports preferably as a grant writer for a social services nonprofit

·         Experience successfully soliciting local, regional and national foundations and a proven track record of securing new foundation grants for a large New York City Social Services organization

·         Have strong knowledge of procedures for private grant proposal submissions, funder selection criteria and post-award funder expectations

·         Experience with city, state and federal Request for Proposals and grant procedures 

·         Have prepared samples of pre- and post-award proposal writing, including Letters of Inquiry, abstracts, concept papers, and acknowledgement letters

·         Able to work under pressure to meet tight deadlines and funding goals, and simultaneously manage multiple priorities while maintaining a calm, professional work style

·         Superior organization and project management skills including the ability to coordinate overlapping projects and deadlines, and an excellent attention to detail

·         Strong analytical and problem-solving skills and the ability to work independently and as a team player

·         Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, Google Docs and familiar with databases management preferably Raiser’s Edge

Finalists for this position will be required to provide a portfolio of written work.

 

To apply: E-mail resume and cover letter indicating position and salary requirements: to careers@projectrenewal.org

 

Director of Office Support Services

Title:              Director of Office Support Services

Location: Corporate Office

Overall Responsibilities:

 The Director of Office Support Service will report to CFO and responsible for coordinating and managing the administrative responsibilities for the headquarter operations which includes supervising purchasing, maintenance, front desk reception staff, and administrative support staff. This individual will oversee all matters related to 200 Varick Street 9th floor building from tactical matters such as the management of vendors and repairs, to overseeing the aesthetic space and being the liaison between building management and staff.

 Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The essential duties of the Director of Office Support Service include but are not limited to the following activities:

·         Provide project management for relocation move and other various project to improve efficiencies of office and building operations

·         Support relocation/renovation efforts to new office location, including move logistics, seating arrangement of staff, requests for new/replacement furniture, and other operational duties as needed

·         Oversee all communications with building management to efficiently manage building operations

·         Receive and coordinate with facility management of all repair and service visits (HVAC, other building systems)

·         Apprise the Building Management of repairs needed, and maintenance issues related to building

·         Serve as liaison with Security Director to ensure seamless implementation of safety and security procedures, including fire safety plan, and building access cards

·         Work with PRI facilities team and building staff to coordinate disaster preparedness, including CARF inspections

·         Work with HR and Hiring Manager to coordinate desk/office space for new employees and other onboarding needs at corporate office

·         Manage vendors, office supplies and deliveries, review and prepare invoices for payment

·         Manage and oversee all conference room booking and space needed for meetings, events and reception

·         Oversee maintenance and cleanliness of the suite

·         Enforce PRI office protocols are met including recycling mandates, building requirements, and other policies and procedures

·         Oversee corporate purchasing efforts and supervise purchasing staff

·         Supervise and train on-site front desk reception, administrative and custodial staff

·         Generate schedules and manage relief of reception, custodial, and purchasing routinely and as needed


Qualifications:

·         Bachelor’s degree

·         3 -5 years of relevant professional administrative or office management experience

·         High level of integrity, confidentiality and professionalism required

·         Ability to effectively communicate and interact with landlord, building staff and all PRI stakeholders

·         Pro-active, results oriented, adaptable individual striving for everyday excellence

·         Able to manage multiple, complex projects and priorities

·         Strong technical skills Including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook

·         Basic knowledge of building systems and office protocols a plus (HVAC, recycling, emergency preparedness) preferred

 

To apply: E-mail resume and cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to:  careers@projectrenewal.org

MedVan Driver/Technician

Project Renewal seeks a MedVan Technician with a Commercial Driver's License (CDL) to operate a fleet of mobile medical vans. This position works closely with the Fleet Coordinator, Assistant Administrator for HealthCare Operations and Outreach, and the clinical staff in the day-to-day operation of Project Renewal's mobile primary care clinic.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The essential duties of the MedVan Driver/Technician include but are not limited to the following activities:

·         The MedVan Driver will work closely with the MedVan provider staff to drive our mobile units to established sites to render medical care to our clients.

·         Candidate will also perform registration/check-in of our clients utilizing our computerized registration system, when needed

·         Safely transporting staff to and from clinic sites (on weekends and evening when necessary)

·         Daily review that all van equipment is operating safely

·         Responsible for the safe drainage of septic tanks on a weekly basis as scheduled

·         Overseeing the proper operation of the van's water system

·         Troubleshooting mechanical problems with Fleet Coordinator

·         Assuring that the MedVan is cleaned and properly disinfected on a daily basis; if a custodian is not available, the MedVan technician is ultimately responsible for this duty

·         Submitting daily/weekly reports to the Assistant Administrator on van operations and productivity

·         Timely reporting of any problem to the Fleet Coordinator and Assistant Administrator

·         Transporting MedVan to service centers (on weekends, if required)

·         Assisting in any administrative support tasks, when needed

 

Administrative/Office Management (when directed as needed)

 

·         Greeting and registering patients and preparing new charts with appropriate consents in electronic health record

·         Helping patients make changes to their primary care provider with insurance companies

·         Scheduling follow up appointments

·         Communicate with the lab to retrieve lab results via computer or fax

·         Maintaining adequate stock of necessary forms used on the MedVan

·         Assisting with the collection of data

·         Perform duties of minivan driver, outreach, and office managers, as directed when needed

 

Qualifications:

·         High School Diploma or equivalent

·         Commercial Driver’s License, with endorsements for passengers and air brakes; Inquiries regarding Driving/License Record will be made.

·         Valid New York State Driver's License (if candidates possess license points, they must fall within the range of Project Renewal's insurance requirements)

·         Commercial Driver's License (CDL)

·         Experience with a large vehicle (37' or more) preferred

·         Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred

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To apply: e-mail resume with cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to: healthcarecareers@projectrenewal.org

 

 

Housing Coordinator

 

Title:                Housing Coordinator

Program:        East Third Street Men’s Shelter

Overall Responsibilities

Under the direction of the Shelter Director, with some latitude for independent action and decision making, the Housing Coordinator is responsible for identifying housing options for the clients, especially the long term stayers, and assisting the clients in preparing and submitting applications, so permanent housing can be obtained, the lengths of stay in the shelter can be reduced, and the clients can obtain independence and return to their communities; performs related work.  

 Program Description

East Third Street is an emergency men’s shelter which  helps 175 individuals with substance abuse histories work towards health, sobriety, and, ultimately, permanent housing and employment.  In addition to lodging and three meals a day, clients receive comprehensive case management services, plus an array of on-site substance abuse related and health care services provided by different programs; such as Medically Supervised Outpatient Withdrawal Services (MSOWS); Chemical Dependency Crisis Service (CDCS), and Outpatient Recovery Center.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The essential duties of the Housing Coordinator include but are not limited to the following activities:

·         Utilizing vacancy rosters provided by the Center for Urban Community Services (CUCS) and other housing providers, identifies vacancies throughout the five boroughs and selects possible housing options to which clients can apply for placement.

·         Reviews , in collaboration with the Case Managers, the application package for each client to be sure documents are complete and the psychological evaluation is current, assists the client in submitting the application to the housing provider, and performs appropriate follow-up on submitted application.   

·         Reviews the Overnight Report daily to become aware of new clients to be scheduled for orientation and to know if any clients have missed curfew and possibly a scheduled appointment for housing placement. Performs appropriate follow-up in either situation.

·         Conducts weekly individualized and group meetings for clients, focusing on housing placement issues and guiding them through the housing application process.

·         Visits housing providers’ facilities to develop and maintain a positive working relationship with them and to get as much information as possible for the clients applying for placement.

·         Prepares clients for housing interviews, conducting mock interviews sessions, accompanies them on tours of facilities, and in general coordinates and facilitates the referral process.  

·         Coordinates escort services for groups of clients going for housing placement interviews.

·         Reviews and updates the tracking system for submitted applications, interviews, and selections or denials.  Performs follow-up to any denial of housing applications submitted to providers.

·         Conducts weekly on-site housing workshops.

·         Maintains and participates in the weekly Partners for Permanency (PAP) case management conferences.

·         Performs other duties as assigned by the Shelter Director.

 

Requirements

  • A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, but a Master’s degree in Social Work is preferred.

  • A minimum of three (3) years of progressively responsible experience working with homeless adults with substance and illicit drug abuse issues with objectives toward securing permanent housing for them.

  • Knowledge of low income housing in New York City as well as special needs housing, including the NY/NY Supportive Housing and Section 8 housing.

  •  Excellent oral, writing, and listening skills.

  •  The ability to work independently and initiate corrective actions to help clients seeking permanent housing.

  • The ability to interface with clients as well as all levels of staff.   

  •  Knowledge of case management software as well as a proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, especially Word and EXCEL

    To apply: E-mail resume and cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to:  careers@projectrenewal.org

Case Manager/Education Advocate - Bedford Green House

 

Title:                      Case Manager/Education Advocate

Location:             Bedford Green House, Bronx, NY

Program Overview:

Bedford Green House is a new state-of-the-art supportive/affordable housing complex providing homes and services to more than 300 New Yorkers.  Phase I is a building designed to LEED Gold Standards and is scheduled to open in the Bronx in December 2019. Bedford Green House will provide onsite social services including primary care for adults and families and women’s health services, family reunification services, occupational therapy, and more. Funded in part by the NYC Dept. of Health and Hygiene and Human Resources Administration, Bedford Green House supports and encourages a healthy lifestyle with an abundance of resources for the community at large. BGH features sustainable landscaped green roof, rooftop greenhouse, aquaponics growing system, horticultural therapy classes with year-round gardening, planned healthy cooking workshops, community playground, and backyard with recreational and exercise equipment.

Overall Responsibilities

 

Under the general direction of the Clinical Coordinator the Case Manager/Education Advocate is responsible for providing support to the families, including children as they transition into Bedford Green House.  The advocate will also work to create after school and summer programming for families. 

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The essential duties of the Educate Advocate/Case Manager include but are not limited to the following activities:

  • Carry a small caseload and complete case notes and service plans as required.

  • Work with the families to link school age children to appropriate schools

  • Act as a liaison between schools to ensure attendance records and report cards are received by the housing program

  • Efficiently utilizes digital case management database, AWARDS, to input and update all client information.

  • Collaborate with the team to ensure the family is meeting the goals outlined on service plan

  • Participate in clinical team meetings; collaborate with clinical professionals on site.

  • Provide short term supportive counseling and advocacy on tenant behalf.

  • Provides crisis intervention and management as necessary.

  • Organize groups for families and children after school and during the summer

  • Work with families to identify appropriate educational resources, including with the DOE

  • Work with families to identify summer programming for their children

  • Work with families to identify day care/head start programs for younger children

  • Provide escort to clients to ensure attendance at critical meetings and appointments, as needed.

  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Clinical Team Leader or Program Director

Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree Preferred; All candidates must have at least a Bachelor’s Degree in social work, psychology or other human services field from an accredited college or university.

  • A minimum of one year of experience working with homeless individuals with either a mental illness, substance addiction or MICA diagnosis.

  • Experience with Domestic Violence and/or Intimate Partner violence preferred.

  • Experience with working with families with children preferred.

  • Knowledge of case management software as well as Microsoft Office Suite.

  • Bilingual English/Spanish a plus

 To apply: E-mail resume and cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to:  careers@projectrenewal.org

Registered Nurse- Bedford Green House - Bronx

           

Title:                                      Registered Nurse

Location:                             Bedford Green House-2865 Creston Avenue, Bronx NY

Schedule: Part-time and Full-time

Program Overview:

Bedford Green House is a new state-of-the-art supportive/affordable housing complex providing homes and services to more than 300 New Yorkers.  Phase I is a building designed to LEED Gold Standards and is scheduled to open in the Bronx in December 2019. Bedford Green House will provide onsite social services including primary care for adults and families and women’s health services, family reunification services, occupational therapy, and more. Funded in part by the NYC Dept. of Health and Hygiene and Human Resources Administration, Bedford Green House supports and encourages a healthy lifestyle with an abundance of resources for the community at large. BGH features sustainable landscaped green roof, rooftop greenhouse, aquaponics growing system, horticultural therapy classes with year-round gardening, planned healthy cooking workshops, community playground, and backyard with recreational and exercise equipment.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The essential duties of the Registered Nurse include but are not limited to the following activities:

  • Reports to Director of Psychiatric Nursing Operation or their delegate in collaboration with the Medical Director of Psychiatric Services, Medical Director of Primary Care and Chief Medical Officer as needed

  • Participates in weekly multidisciplinary clinical meetings. Provides initial health assessment for each client. Helps to identify medical problems among clients.

·         Provides routine monitoring of clients’ physical condition, triage of medical and psychiatric problems.

·         Coordinates response to medical and psychiatric emergencies.

·         Facilitates referrals to community-based psychiatric and primary care providers.

  • Collaborates with facility psychiatrists, as well as with on-site and community-based medical and psychiatric services, as necessary.

  • Provides outreach to clients when necessary, and in accordance with program policies on visiting tenants.

  • Provides medication management, administration and teaching when necessary and appropriate and assists with the supervision of self-administration of medication.

  • Provides ongoing health education and support to clients.

  • Organizes education for clients and staff on health topics.

  • Maintains documentation in compliance with agency policies and procedures.

 

Qualifications:

·         New York State licensed registered nurse.

·         Working with homeless population preferred

·         Must have excellent oral, writing and listening skills. 

·         The ability to work independently, prioritize tasks, and create and coordinate schedules 

·         Must have the ability to interface with clients as well as all levels of staff.

·         Must have knowledge of Microsoft Office, especially WORD and EXCEL

 

To apply: E-mail resume and cover letter indicating position and salary requirements: to healthcarecareers@projectrenewal.org

Assistant Director of Nursing, Substance Use – Healthcare Department

Title:    Assistant Director of Nursing, Substance Use – Healthcare Department

Overall Responsibilities

Reports to the Director of Nursing (DN) and works closely with other Assistant Director of Nurses, Medical Directors and Chief Medical Officer. The Assistant Director of Nursing for Substance Use will ensure the nurses and medical assistants provide all aspects of nursing patient care for substance use services in Project Renewal’s OASAS-licensed clinics.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

·         Ensure all substance use program nurses fulfill requirements of competency checklist at appropriate intervals.

·         Performs monthly site visits to all OASAS-licensed clinics to meet with on-site nurses and ensure the substance use clinics are in compliance with required regulatory and Healthcare Department’s policies and procedures

·         In conjunction with DN, maintains documentation in compliance with agency policies and procedures and knowledgeable of policies and procedures affecting the organization and assists in interpreting or implementing them as necessary.

·         Works closely with other Assistant Director of Nursing, DN, Medical Directors, CMO and the Director of Healthcare Planning and Operations to develop and improve systems for healthcare within Project Renewal.

·         Conduct monthly clinic environment checks to assess compliance and inventory of equipment and medications 

·         Ensures maintenance of standards of tracking across Substance use nursing sites (i.e. log books, consistency with regulatory requirements) and creates tracking systems where and when needed

·         Ensures facility maintenance and cleanliness in compliance with OSHA and OASAS standards.

·         In conjunction with DN, provides medication teaching as needed to RNs, LPNs and facility Staff.

·         In conjunction with DN, provides ongoing health education and support to Nursing staff.

·         In conjunction with DN, supports the management of nursing staff schedules, ensuring that all nurses meet their work scheduled hours; plans for nursing vacancies, vacations, FMLA, sick time and any other Nursing coverage needed.

·         In conjunction with DN, supports the hiring and onboarding process to fill vacant nursing positions for the substance use clinics.

·         Supports and ensures cross-training of nurses across the primary care, psychiatry and substance use services within the Healthcare Department, provides coverage if needed.

·         Keeps Healthcare Department leadership informed of all issues and developments and provides a thorough, comprehensive and concise report of the activities, as needed.

 

Education Credentials/Requirements:

New York State licensed Registered Nurse (RN)

Phlebotomy Certification (CPT)

 

Experience

Working with homeless individuals preferred.

 

Preferred skills:

 

Communication:        Must have excellent oral and listening skills. 

Interpersonal skills:    Must have the ability to interface with clients as well as all levels of staff.

Computer skills:         Must have knowledge Microsoft Office, especially Word and Excel

 

To apply: E-mail resume and cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to:  healthcarecareers@projectrenewal.org

 

Clinical Quality Improvement (CQI) Project Manager

Title:  Clinical Quality Improvement (CQI) Project Manager

Position Description:

The CQI Specialist is responsible for managing and implementing all quality improvement initiatives for the Healthcare Department at Project Renewal, Inc., under the supervision of the Medical Director, Primary Care and in collaboration with the Medical Director, Psychiatry in addition to working closely with the Chief Medical Officer and Director, Healthcare Operations, Planning, and Policy.

Overall Responsibilities

 

Strategic Quality Initiative Projects

·         Develop, lead, and manage a caseload of quality initiatives projects related to internal programs and outside funder requirements. Quality initiatives projects include work towards practice recognition under the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) program, the Bureau of Primary Health Care’s Performance Indicators and Uniformed Data Set (UDS) reports, the deliverables of the Ryan White-funded Support Services Program and HIV Testing Program, and the DOHMH’s Cofactors in HIV Prevention Program

·         Coordinate policy and procedure committee activities, including documentation preparation, monitoring implementation, and ensuring annual review

·         Provide written CQI reports and oral CQI presentations as needed

·         Design survey instruments for internal improvement such as client satisfaction or needs assessments

·         Apply change management concepts and strategies to ensure sustainability of quality initiatives

·         Conduct on-site and virtual (online or on telephone) visits with healthcare providers; document visits electronically; and, collect required documentation for grant funding

·         Analyze and interpret reports to communicate practice progress for both internal and external audiences

·         Provide support for office redesign (e.g., workflows, documentation, standard processes) to improve efficiency

·         Customize the EHR to help improve performance and clinical measures

Project Management

·         Develop and maintain project plans, proactively manage issues and risks, facilitate team meetings; and, communicate with manager on project progress

Quality Improvement

·         Facilitate PDSA (Plan-Do-Study-Act) rapid change cycles within practices and quality improvement principles to improve outcomes, patient satisfaction and practice operational efficiencies;

·         Maintain documentation in compliance with agency policies and procedures, including use of the Electronic Health Record and maintenance of all logs to facilitate required reporting.

·         Develop templates for providers and staff to use in close collaboration with the Medical Directors of Primary Care and Psychiatry

Training

·         Develop and deliver presentations and trainings in group settings and via webinars to internal and external audiences;

·         Provide training on preventive-health features of the EHR and how to utilize for quality improvement activities

Qualifications:

 Minimum Qualifications

·         2+ years professional experience in healthcare setting, including time spent as either clinical or administrative staff (outpatient clinical experience preferred, but not required)

·         Experience communicating with physicians, staff and external organizations

·         Experience with clinical Works (eCW) electronic medical record system.

·         Ability to analyze and present data to groups and individuals

·         Must be willing to travel within the 5 boroughs of NYC

·         Ability to work both independently and within a group

·         Excellent time management, project management, organizational and communication skills

·         Strong computer skills, with proficiency using Microsoft Office, Microsoft Project

Preferred Qualifications

·         Master’s degree - MPH, MPA, or other health care related field

·         Knowledge of EHRs, population management, quality improvement, medical billing & coding, Meaningful Use and NCQA’s Patient-Centered Medical Home

·         Knowledge of principles related to Payment Reform, Healthcare landscape and stakeholders (insurance companies, CMS, etc.)

·         Basic knowledge of chronic diseases and clinical processes (diabetes, hypertension, asthma, etc.)

·         Experience with PCMH, HEDIS/QARR, Clinical Quality Measures,  UDS, DSRIP and ACOs

 

 

To apply: E-mail resume and cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to:  healthcarecareers@projectrenewal.org

Primary Care Physician- Support and Connection Center

Title:                      Primary Care Physician

Location:             Support and Connection Center

The Public Health Support and Connection Center provides 24/7 short stay, engagement, stabilization and treatment services for adults with mental health and/or substance use issues referred directly by NYPD as an alternative to the traditional police responses of arrest, summons, or transport to an emergency room. Their infractions are non-violent, low level offenses including loitering, trespass, public inebriation, and disorderly conduct. Our goal is to help participants begin to identify and modify the behaviors that result in repeated police contact. There will be an OASAS licensed outpatient clinic on site that will provide services to participants who are eligible.  The average length of stay is 5 days.  

Overall Responsibilities:

The Primary Care Physician provides consultation and supervision to on-site medical staff, prescribes medication as needed, and participates in quality assurance and utilization review activities. The Primary Care Physician is responsible for the examination, diagnosis and the treatment of patients within the scope of the Health Center. It is preferred the candidate is experienced in ambulatory detox, Medication Assisted Therapy (MAT) with a waiver to prescribe suboxone for opioid use disorder and utilizes a harm reduction approach for treatment of substance use disorders. Buprenorphine waiver is required within 3 months of hire.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The essential duties include but are not limited to the following activities:

  • Provides medical diagnoses, treatment and advice to patients in accordance with New York State regulations and the scope of training of the clinician

  • Responsible for consulting with the appropriate medical specialists, when deemed necessary according to the Health Center protocol

  • Prescribes and/or dispenses required medication to patients

  • Provides medical supervision to medical staff

  • Directs, organizes and participates in preventive health programs

  • Participates in the development and implementation of quality assurance management and utilization review

  • Participates in community outreach programs

  • Contributes to the overall functioning of the department

  • Maintains patient records in accordance with the policies of the department

  • Maintains all New York State and federal licensing requirements as current according with the department’s credentialing policy

  • Maintains current certification in Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support

  • Performs related work as required

  • Completes 30 annual Continuing Medical Education credits

  • Participates in Departmental meetings and conferences

 

 

Qualifications:

  • M.D or DO Board Eligible/Board Certified in internal medicine or family practice (Required) / Addiction Medicine (Preferred)

  • Licensed to practice medicine in the State of New York (Required)

  • Experience with MAT and has a waiver to prescribe Suboxone

  • Addiction medicine experience, with a waiver to prescribe suboxone and harm-reduction evidence-based care model preferred

  • Significant community based medical experience, work with homeless population preferred

  • Must have excellent oral, writing and listening skills

  • The ability to work independently, prioritize tasks, and create and coordinate schedules

  • Must have the ability to interface with participants as well as all levels of staff

  • Must have experience with electronic health records and knowledge of Microsoft Office, especially WORD and EXCEL

 

To apply: E-mail resume and cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to: healthcarecareers@projectrenewal.org

Psychiatrist/Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner -Support and Connection Center

Title:                      Psychiatrist/Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Location:              Support and Connection Center

The Public Health Support and Connection Center provides 24/7 short stay, engagement, stabilization and treatment services for adults with mental health and/or substance use issues referred directly by NYPD as an alternative to the traditional police responses of arrest, summons, or transport to an emergency room. Their infractions are non-violent, low level offenses including loitering, trespass, public inebriation, and disorderly conduct. Our goal is to help participants begin to identify and modify the behaviors that result in repeated police contact. There will be an OASAS licensed outpatient clinic on site that will provide services to participants who are eligible.  The average length of stay is 5 days.  

Overall Responsibilities:

Psychiatry/Addiction Psychiatry providers will report to the Medical Director of Psychiatry; and conduct psychiatric evaluations, medication management and crisis intervention for homeless men and women residing in the facility. Providers will collaborate with clinical staff as well as liaison with outside providers as appropriate. Positions offer opportunity for administrative responsibilities.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The essential duties include but are not limited to the following activities:

·         Works closely with the Chief Medical Officer, Director of Healthcare Operations, Planning & Policy, Medical Director of Primary Care, and Director of the Public Health Diversion Center

·         Provides psychiatric services at facility

·         Provides some oversight of registered nurses, including medication system

·         Provides psychiatric evaluations for individuals referred for assessment of psychiatric conditions or for entitlements and housing

·         Provides psychiatric follow-up care as needed, including psychopharmacology and supportive psychotherapy Adheres to agency policy regarding obtaining health screening and laboratory monitoring

·         Provides crisis intervention and assessment as needed

·         In collaboration with on-site nurse, provides liaison to outside psychiatric and medical providers as necessary and appropriate

·         Completes documentation in compliance with agency policies and procedures

·         Participates in weekly clinical team meeting.  Provides case consultation to interdisciplinary staff

·         Provides in-service training to staff on psychiatric disorders, addiction, and other topics as needed

·         Provides collaborative agreement for nurse practitioner(s) working within facility

·         Assists in development of new substance abuse programs within the agency as appropriate

·         Participates in agency quality assurance process as requested by Medical Director

·         May participate in supervision of medical students or residents as arranged with Medical Director of Psychiatric Services

 

Qualifications:

·         New York State Medical License and Registration

·         Board Certified in Psychiatry and Neurology

·         Board certified in Addiction Psychiatry preferred

·         Significant community-based psychiatry experience preferred

·         Experience with medication-assisted therapy and Buprenorphine waived and/or willing to obtain waiver preferred

·         Understands harm-reduction approach to care

·         Work with homeless population preferred

·         Must have experience with electronic health records and knowledge of Microsoft Office, especially WORD and EXCEL

·         The ability to work independently, prioritize tasks, and create and coordinate schedules 

·         Must have excellent oral, writing and listening skills

 

To apply: E-mail resume and cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to:  healthcarecareers@projectrenewal.org

Medical Director of Addiction Medicine Services

Title:                      Medical Director of Addiction Medicine          

 Program Description:

 The Medical Director of Addiction Medicine supervises and oversees providers of the OASAS programs, which includes 816, 822, and 820 licensed sites and supports a culture of recovery-orientated services using a harm reduction approach and motivational interviewing techniques. Reporting to the Chief Medical Officer, the Medical Director of Addiction Medicine will collaborate with the Medical Director for Primary Care, the Medical Director for Psychiatric Services, and Program Directors.

 

The Medical Director of Addiction Medicine will also be instrumental in leading PRI’s clinical services at the Public Health Diversion Center, which provides 24/7 short stay, engagement, stabilization and treatment services for adults with mental health and/or substance use issues referred directly by NYPD as an alternative to the traditional police responses of arrest, summons, or transport to an emergency room. Their infractions are non-violent, low level offenses including loitering, trespass, public inebriation, and disorderly conduct. Our goal is to help participants begin to identify and modify the behaviors that result in repeated police contact. There will be an OASAS licensed outpatient clinic on site that will provide services to participants who are eligible.  The average length of stay is 5 days.  

 Overall Responsibilities:

 The Medical Director of Addiction Medicine provides consultation and supervision to on-site medical staff, prescribes medication as needed, and participates in quality assurance and utilization review activities. The Medical Director of Addiction Medicine will be responsible for the examination, diagnosis and the treatment of patients within the scope of the Health Center. The schedule for this role will be three days of clinical time and two days of protected administrative time.

 It is required that the Medical Director of Addiction Medicine is Board Certified in addiction medicine; has at least one year of education, training and/or experience in substance use disorder services; and a DATA 2000 waiver

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The essential duties include but are not limited to the following activities:

Clinical

·         Ambulatory detox with transition to maintenance treatment  preferred.

·         Offers consumers a wide range of medication-assisted treatment

·         As medical director of the OASAS 822 clinic, sign off on toxicology screens and medical charts

·         Provides medical diagnoses, treatment and recommendations to consumers in accordance with New York State regulations and the scope of training of the clinician

·         Responsible for consulting with the appropriate medical specialists, when deemed necessary according to the Health Center protocol

·         Prescribes and/or dispenses required medication to patients

·         Provides medical supervision to medical staff

·         Directs, organizes and participates in preventive health programs

·         Participates in the development and implementation of quality assurance management and utilization review

·         Participates in community outreach programs

·         Contributes to the overall functioning of the department

·         Maintains patient records in accordance with the policies of the department

·         Maintains all New York State and federal licensing requirements as current according with the department’s credentialing policy

·         Maintains current certification in Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support

·         Performs related work as required

·         Completes 30 annual Continuing Medical Education credits

·         Participates in Departmental meetings and conferences

 

Staffing/Supervision

·         Directly supervises, or delegates supervision, to the providers and necessary supervision to nursing staff within the OASAS clinic settings as well as the other practice locations as needed

·         Ensures the availability of adequate staffing to provide clinical care throughout the system, and to meet the regulatory requirements of individual programs

·         Assists with recruitment

·         In collaboration with Healthcare Department leadership and Human Resources department, ensures the appropriate performance review of all providers in the OASAS clinic settings

·         In collaboration with Human Resources, develops and maintains job descriptions for all providers in the OASAS clinics

·         Provides for ongoing staff development and in-service training

 

Quality Assurance

·         Assures the quality of treatment and related services provided by the Agency's professional staff, though participation (directly or by designee) in the Agency's ongoing quality assurance and audit processes

·         Develops policies and procedures for addiction medicine services in each program and as needed

·         Ensures that addiction medicine services practice meets regulatory standards of each program

·         Ensures that addiction medicine services care is appropriately documented in the medical record

·         Participates in development of electronic record to ensure that clinical material is appropriately documented and privacy maintained

·         Collaborates with to develop agency-wide clinical policies and procedures.

·         Participates in agency-wide Quality Assurance processes, including Incident Review meetings and Grievance Committee

·         Collaborates with senior management and clinical staff in the Agency’s development of a clinically relevant outcome evaluation process

 

Program Development

·         Collaborates with senior management and clinical staff to identify, initiate and pursue program development

 

 

Liaison

·         Provides liaison to regulatory agencies, academic institutions, and to other medical/service agencies when appropriate

 

Education Credentials/Requirements

·         M.D or DO Board Eligible/Board Certified in Addiction Medicine

·         Licensed to practice medicine in the State of New York

·         Experience with ambulatory detox programs

·         Experience with MAT and has a waiver to prescribe Suboxone

 

Experience:       

Addiction medicine experience, with a waiver to prescribe suboxone and harm-reduction evidence based care model preferred

 Significant community based medical experience, work with homeless population preferred

 Preferred skills:

Communication:              Must have excellent oral, writing and listening skills

Organizational skills:      The ability to work independently, prioritize tasks, and create and coordinate schedules 

Interpersonal skills:        Must have the ability to interface with participants as well as all levels of staff

Computer skills:               Must have experience with electronic health records and knowledge of Microsoft Office, especially WORD and EXCEL

To apply: E-mail resume and cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to:  healthcarecareers@projectrenewal.org

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), Project Renewal Health Services

Title:                Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), Project Renewal Health Services

 

Program Description

The Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) works with the clinic team to maintain patient flow, provide patient education, and assist providers as required.  The LPN is responsible for nursing care in accordance with medical orders as well as in conformance with recognized nursing techniques and procedures.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The essential duties of the License Practical Nurse (LPN) include but are not limited to the following activities:

·         Escort clients to housing interviews, recreational activities and other relevant appointments

·         Responsible for the administration of medications including vaccinations.

·         Responsible for assessing and documenting initial health indicators such as height and weight, temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure, hearing and vision, etc.

·         Responsible for the assessment of patients.

·         Will maintain medical supplies, equipment, and date inspection.

·         Performs procedures including phlebotomy, injections, PPD testing, finger stick glucose testing, EKGs, and pulse oximetry as ordered by the clinician.

·         Performs HIV counseling and testing using a rapid HIV test according to New York State regulations and under the guidance of the HIV Support Services program.

·         Responsible for patient education, per the Health Center policies and procedures.

·         Will follow-up with missed and canceled appointments via the telephone and/or written correspondence and with patients case managers and outreach workers in coordination with the front office manager.

·         Participates in emergency care under the supervision of the Registered Nurse and the Medical Director for Primary Care or designee.

·         Maintains vaccine storage according to the requirements of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

·         Documents patient interactions in the Electronic Health Record as indicate.

                                                                                   

Candidate Requirements:

·         L.P.N. or R.N. (Required)

·         Licensed to practice in the State of New York (Required)

·         Related experience  Knowledge of Managed Care Services
Strong interpersonal skills

·         Computer literate

 

To apply: Submit resume and cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to: healthcarecareers@projectrenewal.org  

 

 

 

 

 

Accountant

Title:                      Real Estate Accountant

Location:             Fiscal Department

We are currently seeking an experienced, qualified professional for the position of Real Estate Accountant in our Fiscal Department. The position will report to the Controller and will work closely with the Director of Real Estate.  S/he will be responsible for monthly financial reporting, analyses and associated journal entries for the Real Estate Programs. S/he will perform other critical tasks such as reconciling general ledger accounts associated with the program, monitoring the assignment and use of budget centers, participating in the annual budget process, audit preparation and tax return filings.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The essential duties of the Real Estate Accountant include but are not limited to the following activities:

  • Prepare budget vs. actual variance reports, providing follow-up and documentation for variances.

  • Perform month-end accounting close functions, including journal entries, reconciliations and analysis.

  • Work with department managers to review operating budgets and other financial reporting tools.

  • Assist with compliance audits, including the annual financial statement audit and participate in the agency-wide budget development for real estate projects.

  • Participate in special projects to support management’s need for financial statement analysis and process improvement projects.

  • Provide cross-functional backup to other accounting functions as needed.

  • Prepare management reports for Executive review and quarterly and annual reports for external stakeholders.

  • Work collaboratively with managers and accounting/financial team to improve the utilization of financial data for management decision-making.

  • Preparing and analyzing journal entries on both GAAP and tax basis for real estate projects including but not limited to: standard entries, applicable reclassification's / adjustments, review of all income and expenses, accruals, overhead allocations, consolidations and eliminations, and inter-company transactions.

  • Preparing and distributing periodic reports for use by various legal entities limited partnerships, governmental agencies, lending institutions (banks, investors), and external auditors as it relates to the developmental and operating properties. Required periodic reports may include but are not limited to: Profit & Loss, Balance Sheet, and Cash Flows statements.

  • Preparing reconciliations of general ledger accounts, as required. Supporting independent third-party audits. Performing variance analysis, as required, for projects under construction, to monitor costs spent against initial construction budget.

  • Preparing support data and analyses for financial reporting requirements and corporate communications needs including but not limited to: schedules, reconciliations, footnotes, and board books.

  • Prepare draw requests for bank or city funding partners and equity funding from investor members. Prepare detailed budget progress reports, variance reports, and cash flow reports.

  • Track pay requisitions, requests for information and change order schedules. Work with Project Renewal’s Director of Real Estate to monitor job progress and audits.

  • Work with outside accountants to prepare LIHTC cost certification and the IRS form 8609.

  • Perform monthly P/L reconciliations with the property management department.

  • Monitor and track expenditures and reimbursement of government funded facility renovation projects

 Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting

  • 3 years or more experience in general ledger accounting, budgeting, and financial analysis.

  • Experience with non-profit organizations required.

  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.

  • Excellent organizational skills.

  • Ability to transfer learning, knowledge & skills across multiple projects.

  • Self-starter with proven ability to establish and meet goals and objectives.

  • Ability to thrive under pressure of deadlines in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills required in order to effectively interact and clearly communicate with individuals at all levels in the organization.

  • Ability to work with large amounts of detailed data and translate data into meaningful information.

  • Ability to adapt to cyclical workload, including extended work hours during peak reporting times.

 

To apply: E-mail resume and cover letter indicating position and salary requirements: to careers@projectrenewal.org

Certified Peer Advocate

Title:                      Certified Peer Advocate

Program:             Samhsa Opioid Prevention Program – The Recovery Center

 

Overall Responsibilities:

The Recovery Peer Advocate will provide non-clinical peer support in the Community as well as The Recovery Center.  These support services include outreach, client engagement in treatment, reinforcing client’s engagement and connecting clients to community based treatment and recovery services.  The Peer Advocate will provide outreach at shelters, drop in centers and medical clinics using education and lived experience to connect people to treatment.  The Peer Advocate will be part of a multi-disciplinary support team supervised by the Program Director.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The essential duties of Peer Advocate include but are not limited to the following activities:

·         Engaging individuals to consider entering addiction treatment programs

·         Raising awareness of existing social and support services and linking individuals to formal recovery supports

·         Providing education and training regarding overdose prevention to individuals who have overdosed or at risk for overdosing

·         Modeling coping skills

·         Developing recovery plans

·         Providing crisis support, especially after periods of hospitalizations or incarceration

·         Participating in case conferences

·         Providing all documentation required by federal, state and local funders

 

Qualifications: 

·         Certified Recovery Peer Advocate with an OASAS approved certification

·         Minimum of 1 year working with a homeless population

·         High School Diploma or GED

·         Bilingual or Multilingual a plus

 

To apply, submit your resume with a cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to: careers@projectrenewal.org

Case Manager (Bilingual)

 

Title:                 Case Manager (Bilingual)

Program:        East Williamsburg Men’s Shelter

Under the general direction of the Director of Social Services, the Case Manager is responsible for providing the required assessment, case management, and counseling services to clients, enabling them to address their dependencies and assume control of their lives to ultimately live independently and return to permanent or alternative housing in their communities; performs related work.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

 

The essential duties of the Case Manager include, but are not limited to the following activities:

 

·         Assigned a caseload of 25-35 clients.

·         Conducts intake and assessments, including psycho-social evaluations for assigned case load. 

·         Provides case management services and assists in the creation of and adherence to their Individual Living Plans, identifying short and long term objectives to be achieved.

·         Inputs all client information and updates into the CARES system.

·         Counsels clients through individualized and group sessions on issues such as achieving personal goals, finding permanent or alternative housing, maintaining sobriety, complying with medication protocols and pursuing employment opportunities. 

·         Maintains liaison with representatives from community organizations and service and housing providers.

·         Organizes and educates clients through group activities and other events.

·         Maintains accurate and up to date written client documentation as required by and in accordance with city and state oversight agency guidelines.

·         Provides escorts as needed to take clients to meetings and appointments.

·         Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Social Services.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Education/Experience Requirements

Bachelor’s Degree, and a minimum of two (2) years of experience working with homeless adults and/or substance use populations.

Preferred skills:

Teamwork:                         Ability to work cooperatively with peers and other staff in order to serve the needs of the                                                                 clients as effectively as possible.

Organizational:                 An ability to work independently and to adjust one’s schedule to accommodate the needs of the clients. 

Interpersonal:                   An ability to interface with clients as well as all levels of staff.

Communication:              Excellent oral, writing, and listening skills.

Computer:                          Knowledge of case management software as well as Microsoft Office Suite.

Language:                           Spanish speaking preferred.

 

To apply: E-mail resume and cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to:  careers@projectrenewal.org

Clinical Team Leader- St. Nicholas House

Title:          Clinical Team Leader

Location:     St. Nicholas House

 

Program Overview:

St. Nicholas House is a supportive SRO which provides permanent housing to 94 single adults, diagnosed with mental illness, substance use as well as community members in need of low-income, affordable housing.                       

Overall Responsibilities: The Clinical Team Leader, in conjunction with the Program Director, is responsible for ensuring that clinical services meet regulatory requirements and standards of care. The Clinical Team Leader functions as Program Director when Program Director is unavailable.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

·         Direct supervision and clinical oversight for a small team of case managers

·         Supervises the day-to-day delivery of direct services, including assessment, referral and linkage to services

·         Schedule and participate in weekly team meetings to monitor and evaluate clients’ status and progress with respect to treatment goals

·         Ensure assessments, psycho-social evaluations and Independent Living Plans are prepared and followed

·         Coordinate and monitor delivery of services by on site nurse and psychiatrist

·         Review referral packages and conduct comprehensive interview and assessments to determine potential client’s eligibility for program vacancies

·         Coordinate new client intake procedures

·         Assists in quality assurance activities to ensure service milestones and program performance goals are met

·         Ensures accurate and up to date clinical documents are being maintained and that required data is inputted in a timely fashion into the AWARDS system

 

 

 

 

In addition:

·         Responds to crisis in collaboration with the psychiatrist and nursing personnel and serve as point person to coordinate communication

·         Full-time position and on call 24 hours/day, seven days/week for all clinical emergencies as needed 

·         Performs all other duties as assigned by supervisor

 

Qualifications:     

·         Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, or a related Human Services  

field with a minimum of 2 years supervisory experience

·         Experience working with adults with mental health, substance use and/or

MICA populations, preferably in homeless shelters or supportive housing

·         Bilingual or multilingual a plus

 

Preferred Skills

Communication:        An ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.

Interpersonal skills:  An ability to interact with tenants and all levels of staff.

Team Building:         An ability to work with all level of staff to enhance their skills to work cooperatively

                                    in order to serve the needs of the tenants.

 

To apply: E-mail resume and cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to:  careers@projectrenewal.org

Custodian -The Support and Connection Center

Title:                      Custodian      

Location:             The Support and Connection Center

Program Overview:

The Public Health Diversion Center provides 24/7 short stay, engagement, stabilization and treatment services for adults with mental health and/or substance use issues referred directly by NYPD as an alternative to the traditional police responses of arrest, summons, or transport to an emergency room. Guests are referred to the Diversion Center when their infractions are non-violent and/or low-level offenses such as loitering, trespass, public inebriation, and disorderly conduct. The goal of the Diversion Center is to help guests begin to identify and modify the behaviors that result in repeated police contact. An OASAS licensed outpatient clinic, located on site, provides services to guests who are eligible.  The average length of stay is anticipated to 5 days.

Overall Responsibilities:

Under the general direction of the Shift Supervisor and Building Manager, the Custodian is responsible for performing janitorial and maintenance tasks daily to provide a clean and safe environment for the guests and staff in the facility; performs related work.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The essential duties include but are not limited to the following activities depending on the assigned shift:

·         Per an assigned schedule, performs janitorial duties—cleans, sweeps, mops, polishes and disinfects floors; wipes down walls and furniture; cleans and disinfects bathrooms and kitchen areas

·         Completes minor repairs including replacing light bulbs, adjusting loose fixtures, and painting/plastering

·         Performs refuse duties including dumpster and compactor maintenance, sorting metal, carrying garbage bags to the curb and preparing items for the facility’s recyclable plan

·         Keeps facility entrance clear and free from debris that could cause trips, falls or other hazards

·         Assists in checking and, as needed, replacing batteries in smoke detectors and carbon monoxide devices to ensure that all are functioning properly

·         Maintains a proper level of supplies and materials for areas assigned to ensure the timely and efficient completion of require tasks

·         Accepts and moves deliveries into storage area

·         Performs other duties as assigned by supervisory staff

Qualifications:

·         High School Diploma or GED

·         One (1) year of experience working in a residential program serving individuals with mental illness and chemical addictions preferred

Physical Activities:

Job duties generally require the physical activities described below, subject to any necessary reasonable accommodations due to disability.  While performing the duties of this position, the custodian is regularly required to walk up and down stairs, perform physical tasks including mopping, sweeping, painting, minor building repairs and other duties as assigned. The Custodian must stand for extended periods of time and regularly move supplies and materials and must be able to lift items weighing up to forty (40) pounds.

 

To apply: E-mail resume and cover letter indicating position and salary requirements: to internal.applicant@projectrenewal.org and for external applicants careers@projectrenewal.org

Supervisor, Next Step ACE Program

Title: Coordinator, Next Step ACE Program

ACE is part of Project Renewal’s Next Step employment program, which includes job placement and training services, adult basic education, computer classes and job retention counseling. The ACE program, while operating independently from these services, is closely integrated with these programs. The Coordinator works closely with the Next Step management team.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Director of Next Step, the Coordinator’s duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Managing the day-to-day operations of the ACE program

  • Tracking performance to ensure program goals are met and addressing areas of concern

  • Providing supervision to the ACE team

  • Preparing billing and performance reports for contractors

  • Implementing processes and strategies to ensure high quality service and outcomes

  • Conducting outreach for client referrals to community-based organizations, hospitals, residences, and other social service providers.

  • Utilizing Salesforce and other required databases to collect data, monitor outcomes, and generate reports.

  • Representing Project Renewal by proving presentation to community-based organization, referral partners, funders, and other entities that Next Step collaborates with.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree preferred but not required.

  • Previous management experience in social service field.

  • Prior experience in vocational counseling or working with individuals with serious mental illness or similar population.

  • Excellent communication and supervisory skills are a must.

  • Strong computer skills in MS Office are required.

To apply: e-mail resume with cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to: careers@projectrenewal.org

Primary Care Physician- Support and Connection Center

Title:                      Primary Care Physician

Location:             Support and Connection Center

The Public Health Support and Connection Center provides 24/7 short stay, engagement, stabilization and treatment services for adults with mental health and/or substance use issues referred directly by NYPD as an alternative to the traditional police responses of arrest, summons, or transport to an emergency room. Their infractions are non-violent, low level offenses including loitering, trespass, public inebriation, and disorderly conduct. Our goal is to help participants begin to identify and modify the behaviors that result in repeated police contact. There will be an OASAS licensed outpatient clinic on site that will provide services to participants who are eligible.  The average length of stay is 5 days.  

Overall Responsibilities:

The Primary Care Physician provides consultation and supervision to on-site medical staff, prescribes medication as needed, and participates in quality assurance and utilization review activities. The Primary Care Physician is responsible for the examination, diagnosis and the treatment of patients within the scope of the Health Center. It is preferred the candidate is experienced in ambulatory detox, Medication Assisted Therapy (MAT) with a waiver to prescribe suboxone for opioid use disorder and utilizes a harm reduction approach for treatment of substance use disorders. Buprenorphine waiver is required within 3 months of hire.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The essential duties include but are not limited to the following activities:

  • Provides medical diagnoses, treatment and advice to patients in accordance with New York State regulations and the scope of training of the clinician

  • Responsible for consulting with the appropriate medical specialists, when deemed necessary according to the Health Center protocol

  • Prescribes and/or dispenses required medication to patients

  • Provides medical supervision to medical staff

  • Directs, organizes and participates in preventive health programs

  • Participates in the development and implementation of quality assurance management and utilization review

  • Participates in community outreach programs

  • Contributes to the overall functioning of the department

  • Maintains patient records in accordance with the policies of the department

  • Maintains all New York State and federal licensing requirements as current according with the department’s credentialing policy

  • Maintains current certification in Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support

  • Performs related work as required

  • Completes 30 annual Continuing Medical Education credits

  • Participates in Departmental meetings and conferences

 

 

Qualifications:

  • M.D or DO Board Eligible/Board Certified in internal medicine or family practice (Required) / Addiction Medicine (Preferred)

  • Licensed to practice medicine in the State of New York (Required)

  • Experience with MAT and has a waiver to prescribe Suboxone

  • Addiction medicine experience, with a waiver to prescribe suboxone and harm-reduction evidence-based care model preferred

  • Significant community based medical experience, work with homeless population preferred

  • Must have excellent oral, writing and listening skills

  • The ability to work independently, prioritize tasks, and create and coordinate schedules

  • Must have the ability to interface with participants as well as all levels of staff

  • Must have experience with electronic health records and knowledge of Microsoft Office, especially WORD and EXCEL

 

To apply: E-mail resume and cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to: healthcarecareers@projectrenewal.org

Assistant Director of Nursing Operations, Primary Care – Healthcare Department

Title:    Assistant Director of Nursing Operations, Primary Care – Healthcare Department

Overall Responsibilities

 Reporting to the Director of Nursing Operations (DNO) and indirectly reporting to the Medical Director, Primary Care (MDPC), and Chief Medical Officer (CMO), the Assistant Director of Nursing Operations for Primary Care will ensure the nurses and medical assistants provide all aspects of nursing patient care for Primary Care services in the Project Renewal’s primary care clinics and mobile medical vans.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

 ·         Ensure all Primary Care nurses fulfill requirements of competency checklist at appropriate intervals.

·         Performs monthly site visits to all primary care FQHC and Article 28 clinics to meet with on-site nurses and ensure the primary care clinics are in compliance with required regulatory and Healthcare Department’s policies and procedures

·         In conjunction with DNO, maintains documentation in compliance with agency policies and procedures and knowledgeable of policies and procedures affecting the organization and assists in interpreting or implementing them as necessary.

·         Works closely with the DNO, MDPC, CMO and the Director of Healthcare Planning and Operations to develop and improve systems for healthcare within Project Renewal.

·         Manages the Infection Control Committee and Environmental Committee 

·         Conduct monthly clinic environment checks to assess compliance and inventory of equipment and medications 

·         Ensures maintenance of standards of tracking across Primary Care nursing sites (i.e. log books, consistency with regulatory requirements) and creates tracking systems where and when needed

·         Ensures facility maintenance and cleanliness in compliance with OSHA standards.

·         In conjunction with DNO, provides medication teaching as needed to RNs, LPNs and facility Staff.

·         In conjunction with DNO, provides ongoing health education and support to Nursing staff.

·         In conjunction with DNO, supports the management of nursing staff schedules, ensuring that all nurses meet their work scheduled hours; plans for nursing vacancies, vacations, FMLA, sick time and any other Nursing coverage needed.

·         In conjunction with DNO, supports the hiring and onboarding process to fill vacant nursing positions for the primary care clinics and medical vans

·         Supports and ensures cross-training of Nurses across the psychiatry and primary care services within the Healthcare Department

·         Keeps Healthcare Department leadership informed of all issues and developments and provides a thorough, comprehensive and concise report of the activities, as needed

 

Education Credentials/Requirements:

·         New York State licensed Registered Nurse (RN)

·         Phlebotomy Certification (CPT)

Experience

·         Working with homeless individuals preferred. 

Preferred skills:

Communication:        Must have excellent oral and listening skills. 

Interpersonal skills:    Must have the ability to interface with clients as well as all levels of staff.

Computer skills:         Must have knowledge Microsoft Office, especially Word and Excel

 

To apply: E-mail resume and cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to:  healthcarecareers@projectrenewal.org