Community Crisis Network (CCN) Counselor:
SCAP is seeking an experienced individual for a full-time Community Crisis Network Counselor in a very busy walk-in crisis assistance program. We are seeking someone with initiative, flexibility and excellent customer service skills. Sensitivity to the needs of low-income persons is essential. Must have a bachelor's degree in human services or a related field with two years experience working with people in poverty. Also, have extensive knowledge of public assistance, housing assistance and other community supports. Other requirements include: computer proficiency, a valid NYS driver's license, access to reliable transportation, impeccable work ethics and professionalism. Written and verbal communication skills are essential. Interested candidates submit resume and letter of interest to: Donna Gonzalez, Prevention and Crisis Intervention Coordinator, SCAP, 913 Albany Street, Schenectady, NY 12307.
Residential Operations Specialist Per Diem:
Duties include assist in maintaining a safe and healthy residential setting for homeless families; overseeing all activities within the residence and ensuring residents have three meals per day. Hours are not guaranteed, but may include one or two overnight shifts per week plus additional hours as needed to fill in any shift as necessary. A high school diploma and experience in a community residence for adults or families is required. Strong cooking skills are recommended as meals are prepared on shift. Must possess a valid NYS driver's license, pass a health physical, and have no record on file with the state Central Registry for Child Abuse. Salary depending on education and experience.
Interested candidates submit resume to: Kelly Jobin, Housing Coordinator, SCAP, 913 Albany Street, Schenectady, NY 12307.
Schenectady Community Action Program (SCAP) is looking for a third or fourth year college student seeking a degree in communications, English, marketing, journalism or related field, to serve as Communications Intern, two days per week (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.), starting immediately. The position will perform communications support functions, including but not limited to website and social media updates, development of promotional materials, draft copy for press releases and other agency documents, assist with media relations functions, campaign development and office support for the Communications Director and Executive Director. Candidates must have a valid driver's license and reliable transportation. Also, must be sensitive to the needs of low-income and minority populations. Send a resume and letter of interest to: Communications Director, SCAP Inc., 913 Albany Street, Schenectady, NY 12307.