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Holocaust Survivor Case Manager

Department: HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR PROGRAM
Location: New York, NY

FLSA: Non-Exempt/Overtime Eligible

Benefits: Eligible

Hours Per Week: 30/Part-time

Position Summary:

Met Council is Americaís largest Jewish charity dedicated to serving the needy. Met Councilís ten different departments are staffed by experts who helped over 305,000 clients in 2021 and continuously advocate on behalf of all needy New Yorkers. Our holistic programs range from 100% affordable housing at 20 locations to our award-winning family violence program to comprehensive Holocaust survivor assistance to senior programming to crisis intervention to the largest free kosher food distribution program in the world. Our network of 101 food pantries, 20 affordable housing sites, and 15 JCCs provide services directly in neighborhoods across New York.

The role of the Holocaust Survivor Case Manager is to work effectively with Holocaust Survivors who require case management to successfully age in place. This position will focus on providing holistic services through a trauma-informed patient-centered practice model. The Holocaust Survivor Case Manager will provide services at 77 Water Street (Met Councilís Main Office), at client homes and at community host sites within Brooklyn and Manhattan.  The Holocaust Survivor Case Manager must always present as warm, tolerant and eager in order to support this vulnerable population.

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Physical Demands:

  1. Required Constantly: Walking, sitting, grasping, bending, stooping, squatting, computer input, finger dexterity and coordination of hand, eye and foot.
  2. Required Frequently: Standing and climbing stairs; carrying laptop & files (approx. 8-10 lbs).
  3. Required Occasionally: Reaching above the shoulder, and lifting 5-25 pounds, pushing and pulling.

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