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“It gives you purpose and satisfaction to see participants make progress. When you can tell a participant ‘I’m proud of you’ and see them embrace that, it changes your life.”
- Michael Perez ATI Program Supervisor
“We all want to help that someone, give somebody hope, and give them a second opportunity. We believe in change.”
- Nancy Lopez Director of Centralized Admissions
“With our doors wide open, we welcome individuals who have hit rock bottom and guide them to thrive as contributing members of society.”
- Jonathan Quispe Residential Aide Supervisor
“I am proud to be an employee at The David Rothenberg Center for Public Policy (DRCPP), dedicating my time to advocate for the complete overhaul of our criminal justice system.”
- Danielle Rosario Policy Counsel, DRCPP

ALL CURRENT OPENINGS

DEPARTMENTS
  • Career Advisor
    Date:

    August 08, 2019

    Location:

    Long Island City, NY

    Department:

    Employment Services

    Position Summary:

    Responsible for conducting and maintaining follow-up on Employment Services clients to retain employment status and explore career ladders and future career options.

  • Recovery Specialist
    Date:

    July 30, 2019

    Location:

    Long Island City, NY

    Department:

    Mental Health Treatment

    Position Summary:

    Reporting to the NEST Program Coordinator, the Recovery Specialist will function as a role model, exhibiting competency in personal recovery and use of coping skills, serve as an advocate providing peer support and resources for clients served.

  • RCA Field Supervisor
    Date:

    July 15, 2019

    Location:

    Long Island City, NY

    Department:

    Mental Health Treatment

    Position Summary:

    The Fortune Society’s Care Management Unit is seeking an experienced case management supervisor to build and manage the operational performance of our newly formed RCA (Recovery Coordination Agency) practice. S/he will supervise a team of full and part-time RCA Assessment Specialists and peer escorts who are responsible for engaging and assessing HARP-eligible members not currently enrolled in a Health Home program, with the goal of HCBS connectivity and Health Home enrollment.

    The screening and engagement of potential clients will mainly take place in the community, and will include working with shelter staff, parole, hospital and other in-patient discharge planning teams, and various community-based partners.

    The ideal candidate for this newly-created position is one who flourishes in both clinical and operational settings, balancing aggressive monthly performance metrics with qualitative client services. S/he has sound supervisory experience, a keen eye for detail, and a passion for going the extra mile to ensure the most marginalized of New York’s population receives the medical, mental health and HCBS connections they need.

    This position reports to the Senior Director of Care Management & Healthcare Strategies and is a growth opportunity for the right candidate who possesses both clinical acumen and program management skills.

  • RCA Assessment Specialist
    Date:

    July 18, 2019

    Location:

    Long Island City, NY

    Department:

    Mental Health Treatment

    Position Summary:

    The Fortune Society is seeing highly-motivated health services candidates to join our newly formed Recovery Coordination Agency practice (RCA). Our mission-driven RCA Assessment Specialists will serve as the front line experts on screening, assessing and linking both criminal justice involved and general population individuals with chronic behavioral health and medical conditions to Home and Community Based Services (HCBS).

    The screening and engagement of potential clients will mainly take place in the community, and will include working with shelter staff, parole, hospital and other in-patient discharge planning teams, and various community-based partners, all with the goal of HCBS connectivity and Health Home enrollment for all Health and Recovery Plan (HARP) members.

    This is an excellent opportunity for new entrants to the health services field who are looking for exposure to a diversified client base and who will thrive in a client-centric, entrepreneurial, performance-based environment. Under the supervision of the Recovery Coordination Supervisor, our assessors will be trained in best practices for making meaningful health and HCBS connections. This is absolutely a growth position within the health services field for the right candidate(s).

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