Opportunities

Operations and Grants Manager (full-time)

 

The Operations & Grants Manager is responsible for supporting and sustaining the overall administration, efficiency, and structure of New York Peace Institute, reporting to and working closely with the CEO. This position is ideal for an organized and detail-oriented individual interested in helping to develop the structure of a growing nonprofit organization, and with aspirations of becoming a Chief Operations Officer or Chief Administrative Officer.

 

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Intake Specialist, Family Programs (10-15 hrs/week)

 

The New York Peace Institute Intake Specialist is responsible for conducting domestic violence screenings and mediation information sessions for matrimonial cases referred from Supreme Court.  The Intake Specialist will also maintain data on those cases and facilitate relationships and interact with court personnel, including judges, court attorneys, court officers, clerks and the court social worker. The Intake Specialist may also assist in conducting intakes for other New York Peace Institute cases (outside of Supreme Court) that involve former or current intimate partners and support the Family Program Senior Manager with other programs as needed.  Opportunities for professional development in the areas of mediation and conflict coaching are available.

 

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Program Associate (full-time)

 

The New York Peace Institute Program Associate will be responsible for helping to implement a new project designed to expand our Special Education and Early Intervention mediation programs and reach more families from low-income, immigrant and other vulnerable communities. Though NYPI’s Special Education and Early Intervention mediation programs, a neutral mediator facilitates a dialogue to resolve any disagreements about a child’s educational or health-related services; these mediation sessions prove to be invaluable to parents and service providers, empowering them to develop comprehensive and effective plans to accommodate children with disabilities. The Program Associate will be responsible for client intakes, case management, data collection and follow-up surveys for clients. In addition, the Program Associate will conduct outreach in targeted communities and build partnerships with other organizations that work with families in need of services.

 

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