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Project HOPE is Hiring

December 6, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

Project Hope is a program that provides free crisis counseling to individuals and families affected by Hurricane Sandy.

Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services (JBFCS) needs people ready and willing to work in Staten Island and Coney Island.  JBFCS’s goal is to help 7,500 people affected by Hurricane Sandy.

Your job will be to help others affected by Hurricane Sandy by reaching out in affected communities.

You will use standardized screenings and make referrals when additional supports are needed.  Training will be provided.

Jobs currently open include:
* Crisis Counselors: Para-professionals to conduct brief interventions in teams of two – in the field. Multiple languages needed. If you already live in Staten Island or Coney Island, that is a plus. No prior experience needed.
* Team Leaders: Help the crisis counselors do their job.
SUBMIT YOUR RESUME NOW TO: Paula Panzer (ppanzer@jbfcs.org)

  1. Vergil L Collier
    December 9, 2012 at 12:23 pm

    I live in Coney island and i am interested in becoming a team leader worker. I live on 30th street in coney island.

  2. Sharmaine Cherry
    December 10, 2012 at 11:32 am

    I am interested in one of your positions. I have sent my resume, and i’m looking forward to hearing from you soon concerning the team leader position or any other positions that you may have. Your immediate resopnse will be greatly appreciated. I live in Brooklyn, I have my own transportation, i’m ready, willing, and able to work in any boro available. I’m a great team player, work well under pressure, prompt, able to meet goals on demand, communicate well and i’ma peoples person.

  3. Connie M. Jones
    December 11, 2012 at 11:53 am

    I live in Coney Island. I am very interested in working with Project Hope. I worked at Amethyst WomenProject for 3 years as an Intake Specialist. Just before the Hurricane I had gained employment with Urban Neighborhood Services working with Mathylde Frontus, who referred me to you. I hopeto hear from you..

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