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Laboratory Animal Care Specialist

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Review and comply with all policies pertaining to the animal care program.
Care for and maintain laboratory animals in accordance with USDA Animal Welfare Act and policies, the ?Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals? and other applicable regulations and policies.
Work closely with the veterinarian(s) to perform daily health assessments of laboratory animals in the colony and maintain all records as needed and associated with this monitoring.
Provide animal treatments as instructed by the veterinarian(s).
Contribute to the preventative animal health program and the animal health surveillance program as needed, such as specimen collections and documentation, processing samples, providing summaries, conducting written and telephone communications with diagnostic laboratories, serving as contact for intra-institutional animal transfers and related responsibilities.
Perform technical functions required by research protocols, such as daily clinical observations and health examinations of sick animals, prior to reporting adverse findings to Veterinarian responsible for that area.
Provide technical skills training to the research community in support of IACUC-approved research protocols, e.g. animal handling and restraint, weaning, tail snips, ear tagging, blood and other tissues sample collection, injections, treatments, surgical preparation, pre-, peri-, and post-operative observations, euthanasia, and assists with research procedures as directed.
Interact with research staff to provide technical assistance.
Coordinate and process orders for animal medications (drugs, anesthetics, analgesics, etc.). Document distribution of same, and provides guidance on recordkeeping requirements.
Prepare and submit written reports, monthly billing summaries (drug orders, overcrowded cage charges) charts, logs and inventories as requested by supervisor.
Provide training for the ARCH staff as it relates to animal care, health and regulations.
Attend and participate in management staff meetings, as well as Rodent User Group meetings,
Animal Tech and other meetings as required.
Operate equipment and uses supplies according to safety guidelines; perform general housekeeping and adhere to safety procedures. Comply with safety policies and procedures and MSDS guidelines, including those related to biohazards and radioactive substances.
Assist with the receipt, stocking and maintenance of supply inventories.
Maintain required attendance levels and adhere to work schedule in accordance with required staffing levels in order to ensure that assigned duties are completed.
Perform other duties as assigned.


Education: Related education/training or equivalent in animal science.
Experience: Minimum of one year related animal care and handling experience required. One year of technical experience as detailed in the essential duties and responsibilities section preferred.
An equivalent combination of education and experience may be accepted as a satisfactory substitute for the specific education and experience listed above.
Other: Basic knowledge of rodent technical skills and capability of identifying sick animals, summarizing findings, and providing medical treatment as prescribed.
Computer literacy in word processing and database record keeping preferred.
Must be able to follow verbal and written instructions and exhibit interpersonal skills that are conducive to effective professional communication and that contribute to a congenial work environment.
Maintain positive work atmosphere by behaving and communicating in a professional manner with clients, customers, coworkers, and supervisors.
Ability to work independently in a responsible manner and also serve as an effective team member.
Ability to read, write, speak and understand English.

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Animal Shelter Medical Receptionist

Temporary Full-time Position. Scheduled Tuesday - Saturday and may include early morning hours. Duration: 2+ months.

Function: To provide clerical support and customer service to Spay and Neuter Clinic clients. To Provide training for new employees and Volunteers in the medical department & shelter-wide as required.

Summary of Duties & Responsibilities:

Customer Service:

Listen to customers and provide effective responses and remedies to their questions & needs. Respond to requests for service.

Schedule surgeries. Ensure all surgery appointments are confirmed.

Assist veterinarians by scheduling post-operative rechecks. Give information regarding vaccines, etc.

Provide alternatives to saying no in all interactions. Answer questions & direct the public in a pleasant & efficient manner.

Ensure telephone calls are promptly & courteously answered, providing the public with correct information.

Ensure animals are released to owners & that they are provided with post-operative instructions.

Provide excellent customer care which exceeds customer expectations.

Animal Care:

Receive incoming animals & complete all pre- and post-surgery records accurately. Safely transfer & transport animals as required.

Assist other clinic staff with duties as necessary.

Provide communication service at the direction of the manager, veterinarian, or RVT with other departments.

Perform vaccinations, microchips, & restraint techniques as needed.

Observe all veterinary protocols established by federal, local, & state law.

Record Keeping:

Complete necessary forms and identification for animals scheduled for surgery.

Maintain accurate computer files of animal customer information.

Record & maintain pertinent animal health & temperament information on all animals adopted if necessary.

Use computer based appointment and filing system.

Assist in establishing, monitoring, and reporting of clinic goals. Prepare reports, forms, etc. for review.

Assist in developing & maintaining a tracking system of daily treatments, appointments & statistics.

Act as a liaison with our IT Department & Schedule Programming Analysis to report & control any database problems or updates.

Financial Responsibility:

Accountable for incoming monies and use of the cash register including closing procedures.

Close and balance the cash drawer at end-of-day.

Solicit donations from customers. Meet or exceed fundraising goals.


Work safely in all aspects of the job.

Handle all animals safely and humanely.

Demonstrate understanding of animal diseases and their transmission to other animals and to people.

Apply compassion for and understanding of animal behavior.

Report safety concerns or equipment in need of repair to supervisor.

Assist in keeping the S/N lobby in clean and safe condition. Maintain and clean all equipment.

Positive Public Image & Education:

Maintain pleasant, courteous, tactful, & professional demeanor with the public, staff, and volunteers at all times.

Treat all animals in a humane manner.

Communicate shelter values to the public, coworkers, and volunteers.


Oversee the functioning of the clinic reception area.

Conduct regular staff and volunteer training & refresher training as necessary.

Promote and model the provision of quality service to both animal and human customers. Assist in coaching and mentoring staff on improving animal care and customer service.

Implement other improvements where a need is recognized in order to promote a more effective organization.

Foster a team environment by working effectively with all members of the shelter to accomplish HSSV goals and objectives.

Coach and direct volunteers to assure the same quality of animal care and customer service are provided to all.

Train staff and volunteers to accurately record relevant data either manually or by use of computer system records. Provide staff training regarding safe animal handling, gender identification, breed identification, etc.

Ensure safety in the work environment.

Provide training on materials and operation of equipment used in the department.

Provide training manuals and assist in the development of the Policy and Procedures Manual.

Other Duties:

Including but not limited to:

Develop departmental volunteer schedules. Reassign staff and volunteers within medical areas to maximize productivity in the absence of the manager.

Assist in the inventory control functions of all OTC and medical products.

Lead the functioning of any area to which assigned in the absence of the manager.

Assist in ordering product to support all medical operations as required.

Lead departmental staff meetings as required.

Coordinate special events within the medical areas.

Support any project teams to which assigned.

Provide feedback in the resolution of problems encountered shelter-wide on a daily basis.

Provide suggestions in the design and implementation of improvements where opportunities are recognized.

Assist in coaching and mentoring of staff and volunteers.


Education and Experience:

High school graduate or equivalent certification.

Minimum of 3 to 5 years of experience in customer service or veterinary office preferred.

Skilled in working with databases, word processing, spreadsheets, etc. MS Office applications experience.


Ability to communicate effectively verbally, and in writing with staff, volunteers, & the public.

Demonstrated ability to listen, understand, and make decision on information presented orally in English either in person or via telephone.

Demonstrated ability to successfully train, coach, and mentor others.


Ability to handle animals safely and humanely.

Ability to identify animals generically by breed, gender and other general characteristics.

Ability to provide excellent customer service, which promotes HSSV policies and philosophies.

Ability to listen, understand, & make decisions on information presented orally either in person on via telephone.

Ability to operate office equipment such as a computer, calculator, charge card machine, etc., record information accurately regarding animal health, treatment, medical history, owner information in computer system.

Ability to lift & carry animals transfer cages weighing up to 30 pounds frequently & to lead & control large animals.

Ability to sit & stand for extended periods of time up to 45 minutes.

Ability to work well without supervision.

Demonstrated compatibility with HSSV policies and philosophies.

Tools, Equipment, Machinery, Materials Used:

Computer, calculator, printer and other office machines,

Animal transfer cages, leashes

Controlled substances, needles, syringes, and other supplies used to treat animals.

Autoclave, anesthesia machines & gases associated with a veterinary medical practice.

Cleaning solutions.


Work is mainly in a front office clinic environment, but may assist Vet Technicians in exam rooms or in the surgery area. Exposure to animals that may be unruly or vicious. Exposure to controlled substances, needles, syringes, gases & other supplies used to treat animals.

Work Days and Hours:

Will include day shifts on a regularly scheduled basis.

Some amount of overtime required.

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NYC Shelters - Lmsw / Client Care Coordinator - Pipeline

$1,000 SIGN ON BONUS*$500 UPON HIRE, $500 UPON SUCCESSFUL FIRST SIX MONTHS IN POSITION.” SCO Family of Services has provided vital human services throughout New York City and Long Island for more than 100 years. SCO helps vulnerable New Yorkers build a strong foundation for the future.

We get young children off to a good start, launch youth into adulthood, stabilize and strengthen families and unlock potential for children and adults with special needs. SCO Family of Services welcomes you to join our family and help us work together to carry out our mission to build a stronger tomorrow. • Master of Social Work Degree from an accredited school of social work; Current licensure- LMSW within three months of hire date • Knowledge in one or more of the following areas: o Child and adolescent development; o Mental health and Emotional/behavioral health; o Parent-child relationships family dynamics; and diagnostic classification; • Strong expertise in strengths-based, solution-focused, and family-centered practice; • Knowledge of guidelines, policies and regulations relating to child welfare, safety, permanency and well-being; • Proficiency in Spanish or French a plus; • Knowledge and experience working with diverse cultures and ethnicities; • Candidates should also possess excellent written and verbal communication skills; • Interview children and parents in shelter to complete an assessment and to determine an appropriate plan of action; • Prepare children and parents to accept services; • Make referrals, when appropriate, to governmental or not-for-profit agencies; • Provide direct counseling services and/or outreach services; make referrals to other public agencies or community resources as needed; • Confer and consult with professional and technical personnel in implementing a multidisciplinary approach to client care and well-being; • Serve as agency/program liaison to community agencies and/or groups; • Provide clear written reports that capture family assessment findings and recommendations; Complete all documentation in a timely manner; • Prioritize and visit the highest risk families who are in shelter to coordinate safety planning efforts in these households; • Provide training, consultation, and coaching to shelter-based case managers. • Masters/MSW and LMSW required within three month of hire. SCO Family of Services is an Equal Opportunity Employment Employer.



Title: *NYC Shelters

  • LMSW / Client Care Coordinator

  • Pipeline*

Location:New York-Bronx-Morrisania

Requisition ID:28129

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Case Manager I **New Shelter Opening 8/15 At I-70 & CO Blvd**

Case Manager I New Shelter Opening 8/15 at I-70 & CO Blvd Loading Apply Trouble Applying? Click here + Share View On Map + 4045 Pecos St Denver, CO 80211 Pay DOE Posted: 07/13/2017 Job Status: Full Time Job Description Catholic Charities is looking for a Case Manager I to join our team at our new Women's Homeless Shelter opening at I-70 & Colorado Blvd in Denver, CO. SUMMARY Provides professional case management services program to clients to improve client stability, self-sufficiency and personal growth and development. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES + Applies appropriate techniques and standards in program development and service delivery of case management services to clients under close supervision.

  • Implements program objectives and performance standards as directed by supervisor/ management + Performs comprehensive psychosocial assessment of clients within established guidelines through interviewing, record review, and other appropriate methods.

  • Recommends the necessary level of intervention by evaluating client data.

  • Under guidance, develops and modifies treatment/service plans for individuals, families and ancillary service providers for review. Implements as directed.

  • Provides supportive services to assist clients in reaching treatment goals.

  • Monitors and assesses client progress towards identified goals.

  • Maintains accurate and up-to-date case records; documents client contacts and progress to ensure program compliance and adherence to standards

  • Maintains collaborative working relationships with other community based organizations and parishes for reasons of advocacy, education, resource development and public relations.

  • Facilitates support/educational groups for clients, may assist in planning curriculum.

  • Authorizes services of the organization based upon assessment of need and availability of resources. Maintains accurate and timely program statistical data to meet reporting requirements. Enters data and generates reports.

  • Demonstrates skills and sensitivity to the cultural/linguistic differences of staff, clients and community.

  • Plans and provides training for community agencies and groups.

  • Supports, promotes and adheres to Catholic Charities’ vision, mission, values and Code of Ethics.

  • Reflects Catholic Charities’ commitment to treating all persons with dignity and respect.

  • Uses creativity and innovation in program development and service delivery.

  • Maintains confidentiality of client and agency information.

  • Regular and predictable attendance. OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES + Good steward of Agency human, financial and capital resources + Participate in Division or agency events/initiatives.

  • Participates effectively as a team member through communication, cooperation, information sharing and problem solving.

  • Participates in staff trainings and programs as required.

  • Any other tasks or duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS + Demonstrated strong communication, organizational and interpersonal skills.

  • Knowledge of the basic theories and practices of counseling and social work, interviewing and assessment techniques, and professional reports and documents preparation.

  • Skills in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with clients, other employees, organizations and the public are required.

  • Flexible and ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment.

  • Basic knowledge of computers to input information, maintain client and program data, and create communications.

  • Knowledge of the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics and the appropriate techniques and practices for the client population.

  • Ability to interact effectively as a team member and independently with Agency staff and with a diverse client base. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE High school diploma or general education degree (GED) and 2 years related college education and/or experience in human services field. Important Notes This is a full-time position, 40 hours per week. Hours are Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm. Experience working with the homeless and ability to de-escalate is helpful. Bilingual (English/Spanish) is helpful. We conduct background checks as part of our hiring process. Pre-employment drug screen required. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER We believe every employee has the right to work in an environment that is free from all forms of unlawful discrimination. Consistent with applicable laws, Catholic Charities makes all decisions involving any aspect of the employment relationship without regard to race, color, sex, age, marital status, national origin, citizenship, the presence of any physical or mental disability of someone otherwise qualified, veteran status, genetic information, or any other status or characteristic protected by local, state, or federal law. Discrimination and/or harassment based on any of those factors are inconsistent with our philosophy of doing business and will not be tolerated. This policy of non-discrimination applies to all aspects application procedures, hiring, advancement, transfers, reductions in force, discharge, compensation, training, or other terms, conditions and privileges of employment. Loading Apply Contact Us Connect +

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Shelter Shift Supervisor

Job Description

Acacia Network , a progressive organization servicing communities across New York State is the 2nd largest Hispanic nonprofit organization in the country. Its mission is to partner with communities, lead change, and promote healthy and prosperous individuals and families. Acacia Network offers an array of community-based services, including Primary Care, Behavioral Health, Housing, and Education. We are seeking

Shift Supervisors to join our transitional housing team. CLICK HERE to learn more about our housing program. The Shift Supervisor will provide leadership and supervision for operational staff. Generates work schedules and assignments for the operations staff, security and maintenance personnel. Provides or arranges for house coverage for unscheduled absences and other unexpected situations. Provides training to new staff; ensures that operations policies and procedures are enforced at all time.

Essential functions of this position include * Assist the director with work schedules and assignments for the staff

  • Monitor staff and assign tasks as necessary

  • Arrange for coverage for unscheduled absences and other unexpected situations

  • Record and respond to incidents, client issues, and complaints

  • Track client property and store in lock up * Ensure daily census is monitored and correct; ensure CARES is updated daily

  • Perform weekly reconciliations to ensure all metrocards are accounted for and being distributed according to policy

  • Assist with intakes of new and returning clients, and submits them for approval

  • Keep records of safety, fire and building inspections

  • Monitor all fire and safety equipment to ensure it is functional at all times As one of the paramount not for profit corporations in the country, we offer to the chosen candidate a generous compensation package; a multitude of benefits, including comprehensive full health care package, disability, life insurance, coupled with a generous vacation and 401K plan as well as flexible schedules. Acacia network is an Equal Opportunity Employer. No employment services or agencies need respond. Job Requirements

  • High school diploma required

  • Associate degree in social/human sciences, psychology, or related field preferred

  • Experience working with homeless and/or low and mixed-income population in addition to experience in child welfare, family work, and substance abuse

  • Understanding of low-income and homeless individuals and their specific needs

  • Knowledge of crisis prevention, intervention, and resolution techniques; match such techniques to particular circumstances and individuals Location: New York, NY Posted: 7/10/2017 Category: Transitional Housing Job Type: Employee Required Education: High School, GED or Equivalent

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Temporary Sign & Shelter Technician

Job Description: Under the direction of the Supervisor of Passenger Facilities Maintenance, or designate, will install, clean and maintain shelters and bus stop signs throughout the six county region. Maintenance will include replacing shelter glazing, repairing shelters, replacing signs, installing sign posts, applying decals and maintaining shelter and sign inventory.

Winter conditions may require snow removal duties at Pace shelters and passenger facilities including shoveling, operating a snow blower and snow plowing. Other duties as assigned or required.

Qualifications: Qualified candidate must be able to repair and clean shelters, signs and perform maintenance at passenger facilities using basic hand and power tools, e.g., pop rivet tool, electric drill and saw, strapping tool, power washer, etc. Must possess a valid driver's license, good driving record and be capable of heavy lifting.

Must be able to keep good records of work performed and complete work orders. Position reports to Pace Sign and Shelter Shop located at Pace West Division in Melrose Park. May be required to work occasional evenings and weekends.

Must be able to work independently with minimal supervision. Basic computer skills required. Qualified candidate must have a good work history.

Location: Melrose Park Office: External Relations Department: Sign & Shelter

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1.0 FTE Youth Shelter Teacher

Position is for the 2017-18 school year. Qualifications: 1.

BA or greater degree from a regionally accredited institution. 2. Iowa Teaching Certificate with 7-12 or K-12 Special Education Endorsement. 3. Strategist 1 or Strategist 2 Behavior approval 4.

Proven skill in behavior strategies and classroom management. 5. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable. Skills and Abilities Must adhere to Iowa Teaching Standards and Criteria.

Standard 1 - Demonstrates ability to enhance academic performance and support for implementation of the school district student achievement goals. Standard 2 - Demonstrates competence in content knowledge appropriate to the teaching position. Standard 3 - Demonstrates competence in planning and preparing for instruction.

Standard 4 - Uses strategies to deliver instruction that meet the multiple learning needs of students. Standard 5 - Uses a variety of methods to monitor student learning. Standard 6 - Demonstrates competence in classroom management.

Standard 7 – Engages in professional growth. Standard 8 – Fulfills professional responsibilities established by the school district. Maintain confidentiality related to agency, district, students, and family information.

Demonstrated sensitivity and respect for diversity. Reports To: Assistant Director of Special Education - Instruction Supervises:

Ability to effectively monitor, evaluate, direct, train, and promote the development of subordinates if assigned to perform responsibilities of the position. Job Goal: To instruct students at their academic level in basic Iowa core curriculum areas.

To address student IEP and 504 goals and requirements. Performance Responsibilities 1. Gather appropriate program placement information for new students from students, students’ home schools, teachers and available records. 2.

Gather screening data and information to determine student learning levels for instruction.. 3. Provide an academic program congruent to the home school’s program, which will enable the student to maintain their standing with peers in the home school. 4. Employ a variety of instructional techniques to address the needs and capabilities of the individual or students involved. 5.

Provide direct instruction to students to meet the specified IEP or 504 goals and requirements for each student with an IEP or 504 plan. 6. Meet all State and Federal requirements for students with IEPs or 504 plans. 7. Compile student progress data. 8.

Document and communicate pupil progress to appropriate personnel and provide necessary and or requested correspondence with the students’ home school. 9. Maintain a professional teacher-student relationship at all times. 10. Increase students’ knowledge of their strengths and weaknesses and encourage their responsibility for their own educational progress. 11.

Provide and maintain a safe, secure, non-threatening educational environment conducive to learning. 12. Ensure an orderly learning environment through effective teaching and management practices. 13. Establish and maintain an effective working relationship with sending building administrators, teachers, and support personnel. 14.

Evidences a child-oriented philosophy of education. 15. Demonstrates the ability to motivate students. 16. Demonstrates the ability to relate to other students, staff, parents, and others. 17.

Meet AEA teacher professional development plan requirements. 18. Meet the expectations of the Iowa Teaching Standards. 19. Participate in in-service activities and other staff development activities to enhance professional growth. 20.

Use interpersonal skills and develop positive and cooperative relationships with co-workers, clients, shelter staff and the program supervisor. 21. Inform AEA 267 of the need for or arrange for a substitute teacher or substitute educational assistant by 7:30 A.M. or earlier if possible and have current written plans available for substitutes. 22. Provide the necessary record keeping documents as required by the Federal, State and AEA rules and regulations. 23.

Keep and submit records required both monthly and annually from the program in a timely fashion to the Educational Services Instructional Services Supervisor. 24. Follow Agency policies and procedures. 25.

Perform other duties as may be assigned.

Physical, Mental and Visual Effort Continuous speaking, hearing, and visual effort. Frequent walking, sitting, standing, and reaching. Occasional climbing, kneeling, and transporting up to 50 lbs.

High degree of concentration requiring continuous and often intense mental and visual attention. Numerous irregularities, complicated and complex tasks are involved. Working Conditions Work is primarily performed in an office/instructional area setting.

Occasionally exposed to dust, noise, odors, and other irritants. Stress associated with work pace and pressure. Work involves irregular hours and days.

Travel required. Exposed to hazards of the road when driving. Terms of Employment:

Length of work year as established by the Administration with Board approval. Salary as determined by Master Contract provisions. Evaluation: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with the Master Contract Provisions.

Schedule: Full Time Date Posted: 02/06/17 Posting Down: 07/15/17 Classification: Certified Days: 187 Hours: 7 Supervisor: Rod Ball Area: Cedar Falls Building: Woodhaven Youth Shelter

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Animal Care Assistant

Our supply chain management consultants can leverage significant supply chain experience, acquired while developing and implementing strategies for some of the world?s best known companies over the past forty years in more than one-thousand client engagements, and apply it, hands-on, to your organization.

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Need not be registered vet tech, but must be able to restrain, draw blood, administer fluids and medications, determine dosage, etc. Helpful to also have administrative background as record keeping and file maintenance important.

This is a fast paced environment. Excellent communication skills, ability to work with volunteers and the public, positive attitude, and team work are critical. Rotating weekends and holidays.

We have extensive experience in helping companies keep up with the dramatic changes in distribution center and warehouse operations. Our warehouse design consulting team combines on-the-floor data gathering with sophisticated modeling techniques to produce and implement warehouse/distribution center operation plans that provide increased savings and reliability for tomorrow while keeping the inventory moving today.

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Night Shelter Counselor

Requisition Number:7393 Position Title:Night Shelter Counselor Division:Mental Health Services Program Name:Boston Night Center Location:Boston Hours:40 Schedule:Thursday 12am to 7am Thursday 8pm to 7am Friday 8pm to 7am Saturday 8pm to 7am Date Posted:06/13/2017 Responsibilities:Facilitate access in a respectful, safe, and efficient manner to get all guests into the Night Center Respond to all requests and emergencies in a manner that respectfully attends to the immediate concern. Intervenes with guests in a manner that de-escalates anxious, pressured or overtly worrisome behaviors and safety concerns.

Communicates with on-site co-workers in real time through use of cell/push phone system in a manner that optimizes effective communication of any concerns and delivery of Night Center. Contacts on-call staff when necessary. Provide care for guests and maintain safety by visual monitoring of all guests, conducting safety checks throughout the space, providing as needed escort off the 2nd floor, actively and respectfully interacting with guests and the team to ensure a routines and safety procedures are followed.

Assists in set up and cleanup of all activities such as intake/access, personal belongings storage, food & meal serving, beverages, etc. Assists in all end of shift wrap up activities including assisting with all clean up of space, trash removal, and arrangement of furniture and supplies to ensure readiness for Center Club opening each morning Completes required documentation at intake, HMIS (Homeless Management Information System), incident reporting, etc. as required. Provides as needed monitoring of the area outside the program (parking lot, line in front of building, and area that trash is maintained) in order to optimize safety of guests, neighbors, and essential health standards.

Assists guests in urgent need to secure shower, clothing, and medical interventions. Participates in weekly staff meetings and supervisions. Works collaboratively with all community partners including neighbors/abutters, Boston Police and other law enforcement personnel, Outreach Van staff, Boston Health Care for the Homeless staff, Pine Street Inn staff, Homeless Outreach Team members, Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and other first responders, and Bowker Street staff and members in a respectful and responsive manner.

Administers Narcan as needed to mitigate opiate overdose and fatalities. Follows plans and restrictions established by Boston Night Center leadership and team members. Follows all SafeServe practices to optimize the health and wellness of all guests.

Adheres to universal precautions in all activities. Recognizes that the majority of guests have endured trauma and employs trauma informed care in all interactions. Respond immediately to all medical and behavioral health emergencies appropriately (such as administering first aid, CPR, calling EMS/BEST, or first responders to address and resolve the situation.

Maintains confidentiality of all guests and their circumstances except for those team members, collateral partners, and emergency first responders with a designated need to know. Other duties as assigned by Program Director or his/her designee Qualifications:High School Diploma or GED. Knowledge of modality specific issues, such as addiction, serious mental illness, and homelessness. Driver's License Required?No

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Shelter Maintenance

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Job Summary: Will be assigned shelter route. Must clean/Maintain all Shelters within route. Must report all repairs needed. Essential Duties: + Daily cleaning and basic maintenance of Transit Shelters.

  • Maintain daily logs of cleaning, garbage pick-up and maintenance performed on assign route of Transit Shelters.

  • Report damage and safety issues to Street Furniture Supervisor in a timely and accurate fashion.

  • Work with Clear Channel maintenance crews in performing general structural maintenance and repairs to Transit Shelters. Required Skills/Education & Certification: + High school degree or equivalent.

  • Read, write and follow complex instructions.

  • Possess valid instate driver’s license suitable for light commercial vehicles.

  • Driving trucks and vans associated with the job.

  • Climb, bend, stoop, stand, sit, push and pull self, materials and equipment in excess of 85 pounds.

  • Keep accurate records for reporting purposes.

  • Able to work independently, exercising judgment and decision-making.

Location San Francisco, CA: 1566 Yosemite Ave, 94124 Position Type Regular The Company is an equal opportunity employer and will not tolerate discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, disability, ethnicity, national origin, marital status, protected veteran status, genetic information, or any other legally protected classification or status. Our organization participates in E-Verify. Click here at to learn about E-Verify. Current employees and contingent workers click here at$1999.htmld to apply and search by the Job Posting Title. iHeartMedia, Inc. is one of the leading global media and entertainment companies specializing in radio, digital, outdoor, mobile, live events, and on-demand entertainment and information services across the nation and providing premier opportunities for advertisers. Click Here To Learn More About Us: at

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