Maintenance Worker Position at Fort Hamilton
The Army Installation Management Command is seeking a Maintenance Worker for the Fort Hamilton Child Development Center in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. This is a permanent, full-time NA-7 position with an hourly salary range of $20.98 to $24.47.
**Application deadline is Monday, April 4th.**Read more
Legal Assistant Position at Fort Hamilton
The Army Installation Management Command is seeking a Legal Assistant at Fort Hamilton in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. This is a permanent, full-time GS-7 position with an annual salary range of $52,002 to $67,598.
**Application deadline is Wednesday, April 6th.**Read more
NYS Correction Officer Trainee Opportunity
The New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision is seeking Correction Officer Trainees. Starting salary is $49,289. Salary increases to $51,658 after 6 months, and then to $58,634 upon completion of training. These figures are for appointees who work in the five boroughs of New York City or in Nassau, Suffolk, Rockland or Westchester Counties (includes a $3,577 annual downstate adjustment.)
Correction Officer Trainees are required to participate in, and satisfactorily complete, requirements of a 12-month training program before advancing to Correction Officer. As part of the program, candidates will attend the Correctional Services Training Academy for a minimum 8-week formal training program.
Correction Officers are responsible for the custody and security, as well as for the safety and well-being of incarcerated individuals in state correctional facilities, shock incarceration correctional facilities, work release centers and a drug treatment campus.Read more
BSF DEPLOY Fellowship Opportunity
Blue Star Families New York Tri-State Chapter is seeking fellows for its DEPLOY (Diversify and Expand the Pipeline Of Leaders Of Your Military Community) Fellowship Program. This is a full-time, remote, one-year position with a competitive salary. DEPLOY fellows will be employed for one year, beginning July 2022.
About the Blue Star Families DEPLOY Fellowship:
The DEPLOY (Diversify and Expand the Pipeline Of Leaders Of Your Military Community) Fellowship Program is a key component of Blue Star Families' Racial Equity and Inclusion Initiative. These racially-diverse leaders serve for one year in paid Blue Star Chapter-based or national roles at Blue Star Families while they receive training in military and Veteran service organization leadership curated by several key partners. Their fellowship work focuses on improving experiences and increasing representation of military families of color in community settings across the country. Upon graduating, they become a pipeline of talent for eventual positions of leadership within the military and Veteran service organization space.Read more
Resolution Project Program Coordinator Positions
Candidates must have a flexible schedule, be prepared to join meetings and conference calls earlier and later than regular business hours – including some weekends – with appropriate compensation and/or schedule adjustments, and be willing to occasionally travel when it is safe to do so.
Resolution Project Director of Development Position
Resolution Project is seeking a Director of Development for its NYC office. This is a hybrid position, requiring at least 2 days per week in-office. It is a full-time position with an annual salary range of $120,000-$150,000.
The Director of Development (“Director”) will serve as a frontline fundraiser, department head, and key member of the leadership team. The Director will provide clear vision, leadership, and direction on effective strategies for meeting Resolution’s annual revenue goals ($3.4MM) and growing its revenue potential to support greater impact for years to come. This individual will work closely with the CEO to design fundraising approaches and deploy the CEO and Board for maximum effectiveness. The Director will manage a portfolio of existing corporate and foundation relationships; and identify, cultivate, solicit and steward new individual, foundation and corporate donors. This individual will also oversee existing department systems, staff, and practices to direct scaling efforts. Resolution has a strong Board and Advisory Board in place with whom the Director will partner to cultivate, solicit, and steward donors. The Director will partner with an events consultant, staff, and volunteers to plan, execute, and grow two major annual fundraising events, two large annual campaigns, as well as several smaller events throughout the year. The Director will also work with volunteer leadership to support various fundraising activities for the broader volunteer community. The Director will lead a department including an Assistant Director of Communications, Senior Community Engagement Associate, Development Coordinator, and soon to be hired Development Associate, and will be responsible for directly managing 2-3 of these individuals.
This opportunity is perfect for someone who is skilled in fundraising and who thrives at building and sustaining meaningful relationships. The position requires a passionate, detail-oriented, hard-working individual who can set direction, execute on planned activities, and build deep and lasting relationships with donors and team members. The successful candidate will have a proven track record of success in front line fundraising and will bring the ability to expand on Resolution’s existing base.
The candidate must have a flexible schedule, be prepared to join meetings and conference calls earlier and later than regular business hours – including some weekends – and be willing to travel occasionally.
NYS DVS Veterans Benefits Advisor Position
The New York State Division of Veterans’ Services is seeking a Veterans Benefits Advisor 1 for the DVS office at 301 West Old Country Road in Hicksville, NY.
As a Veterans Benefits Advisor 1, you will assist, advise, and advocate for veterans and their families as well as survivors on concerns relating to their rights and benefits, including matters pertaining to educational training, military law, employment and reemployment, health, medical and rehabilitation services and facilities, and the provisions of laws relating to veterans’ rights and privileges. In addition, you will serve as the lead administrator of the New York State Blind Annuity, Gold Star Parent and Supplemental Burial Programs. You may also supervise support staff. Other duties as directed.
**Application deadline is Wednesday, March 30th.**
Army Community Service Specialist Position at Fort Hamilton
The Army Installation Management Command is seeking an Army Community Service Specialist at Fort Hamilton in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. This is a full-time, permanent GS-9 position with an annual salary range of $63,609 to $82,693.
**Application deadline is Thursday, March 24, 2022.**Read more
MVA Program Coordinator Position
Minority Veterans of America (MVA) seeks a skilled Program Coordinator for their Seattle, Washington office who has a passion for making a difference in the Veteran community and can help fulfill their organization’s mission by reaching out to the community and making meaningful connections. This role is full-time and hours of work are typically Monday through Friday, 8:30 – 5:00 p.m. Occasion evening and weekend requirements for events and meetings.
The Seattle Program Coordinator will work under the Seattle Program Director overseeing the People to People Program. People to People (P2P) engages members through community-based programming. The program provides human-centered case management services for minority and underrepresented veteran communities. This is accomplished through their three focus areas of Social Engagement (SE), Financial Stability (FS), and Systems Access & Improvement (SA). P2P takes a holistic approach in meeting the veteran where they are in space and time resulting in enhancing a greater sense of belonging and reducing barriers to accessing services and systems for our communities.
NYC DVS & NYC Dept for the Aging Senior Employment Program
The NYC Department of Veterans' Services (DVS) has partnered with the NYC Department for the Aging's Senior Employment Program to hire older New Yorkers who can assist the agency in serving New York City's veteran community. Participants will become “DVS Ambassadors” and will perform outreach that furthers the agency's mission. To be eligible, candidates must:
Be 55 or older
Live in the five boroughs
Have a family income of no more than 125 percent of the federal poverty level
Be willing to learn new skillRead more