Throughout our history, the great strength of FAMILY has been the willingness of our volunteer and paid staff to give of themselves to help make a difference in our community. We are always looking for more people who want to join us, and we welcome everyone’s contribution. Call any of the programs listed in our Directory of Services for more information about how you can help, or fill out the form below to apply for a specific opportunity listed here:
The EVOLVE Program at Family of Woodstock, Inc. is seeking a Male Facilitator to co-facilitate a weekly domestic violence intervention group for men. The group meets on Monday evenings from 6:00pm to 7:30pm at Family of Ellenville, located at 221 Canal Street in Ellenville.
Qualifications: Experience facilitating groups for men; experience addressing family violence and anger management issues. Educational degree preferred, although work experience will be taken into consideration. Facilitators are expected to participate in bi-monthly supervision meetings in Kingston and Woodstock. Minimal paperwork required. Salary: $30 per hour.
If interested, please send cover letter, resume and 3 professional references to Khadijah Ward via email: firstname.lastname@example.org, fax: 845-331-0526 (include cover sheet), or snail mail: PO Box 3516, Kingston, NY 12402. Deadline for receipt: March 23, 2018.
Prevention Case Manager–full time
to provide in-class instruction to adolescents using evidence-based programming in accordance with OASAS (Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services) funding requirements for Family of Woodstock’s Primary Prevention Program based in Kingston City School District. The ideal candidate will report to the program director regarding progress on facilitation of class evidence based programming and other counseling needs. Responsibilities and Duties: Participate in school district networking opportunities; Counseling and assessment to prevent or delay substance use, referral and linkage to services; facilitate parental and familial involvement to address conflict and management issues when possible; outreach to youth; has been or is willing to be trained on how to deliver model prevention programming to youth such as Too Good for Violence and Positive Action; ability to adhere to the curriculum as originally developed; ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing; demonstrated computer competence with Microsoft Office applications; ability to learn new computer skills through training or online tutorials; ability to build, cultivate and maintain professional and collegial relationships with key leaders and others in the community; ability to follow oral and written instructions; Excellent organizational skills; Ability to work autonomously and take initiative.
Qualifications and Skills: Ability to engage youth using a strength – based and culturally
competent perspective and approach; ability to work through challenges either collaboratively or independently; ability to feel comfortable in a school setting and an understanding of “at-risk” youth. In addition to: – Bachelor’s Degree and/or 3 years of experience working with adolescents, including work in the human services field with youth and families; -Reliable, insured and registered transportation; – Experience working with culturally diverse groups preferred; – Understanding of and experience working with an evidence-based curriculum in a classroom a plus; – Clean/valid driver’s license; – Clearance from the
State Central Registry; Clearance from the NYS Justice Center fingerprint/background clearance*
Benefits: Full agency benefits available upon completion of a 3-month orientation period.
Wage: $14.21 /hour. Please send your resume to email@example.com
Domestic Violence Counselor / Case Manager-full time-
35hrs; to provide Non Residential Domestic Violence programming for Family Domestic Violence Services & The Washbourne House primarily based in Kingston. Responsibilities and Duties: Provide crisis counseling, case management, and domestic violence education, facilitate groups, and conduct community outreach and education. Candidate must; be willing to be trained on service delivery model; demonstrate ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing; have computer competence with Microsoft Office applications; be able to learn new computer skills through training or online tutorials; have ability to follow oral and written instructions; possess excellent organizational skills; have ability to work independently. Qualifications and Skills: Commitment to victim advocacy and domestic violence prevention; ability to work in crisis situations and maintain a calm environment; knowledge of area resources and willingness to further develop this. In addition to: Bachelor’s Degree and/or 3 years of experience working in the human services field;
Reliable, insured and registered transportation; Experience working with victims of domestic violence or trauma survivors preferred; Spanish speaking a plus; Clean/valid driver’s license; Clearance from the State Central Registry; Clearance from the NYS Justice Center fingerprint/background clearance. Benefits: Full agency benefits available upon completion
of a 3 month orientation period. Wage: $14.42 /hour. Please send your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program Manager for Volunteer Services – Hunger Relief Initiatives
The Program Manager is responsible to help coordinate the consortium of agencies working to address hunger relief in our community: maintain communication among partners; recruit and train volunteers; schedule, coordinate and supervise volunteer projects including food processings and meal preparation; train agency partners in best practices for recruiting, retaining, supervising, and acknowledging volunteers. He/she will be working in both Ulster & Greene Counties to coordinate volunteer development activities, implement pre and post tests to establish changes in knowledge and attitude, maintain data about volunteer hours and donated food and create reports for funding sources and the community, document accomplishments of the initiative, and facilitate the collection of data on the delivery of services of all food pantries and feeding programs.
HOURLY: $14.42/hr, pro-rated agency benefits available upon successful completion of a 3-month orientation period.
WORK SCHEDULE/HOURS: 20 hours per week, schedule to be determined, for the duration of the Grant Cycle (ends March 2019 but may be renewed for 1-2 additional years depending on grant funding)
JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Excellent computer and organization skills, experience with data base and word processing and familiarity with various social media. This is a position requiring the ability to engage in physical labor; employee must have the ability to lift 40 pounds and be able to climb stairs. Good communication skills and some experience working in a kitchen preferred; team work, flexibility are essential. Knowledge of and experience with local hunger relief agencies and resources an asset. Must have a valid NYS driver’s license and a reliable vehicle. Please send cover letter and resume via email to email@example.com
Fill In-Darmstadt Shelter, a program of Family of Woodstock, Inc., is hiring for fill-in staff.
Responsibilities include cooking in large quantity and transporting clients, providing crisis counseling,
maintaining records and documenting, conducting intakes and arranging discharges. A Liaison to other agencies for purposes of case planning. Good Boundaries, communication and organizations skills are necessary. Requirements include: a Valid NYS license, CPS clearance, and Fingerprinting clearance. Experience in the Human services field, homeless and mental health populations. Salary: $11/hr. Please send cover letter and resume via email to Liz Bahr at Lbahr@familyofwoodstockinc.org, fax to: (845)331-340-1753 or Mail to: 40 Thomas Street, Kingston NY 12401