HomeBase, CAMBA's homelessness prevention initiative began in 2004. This is a CAMBA program that has been providing case management and essential services to increasing numbers of clients. In the last year alone, we served close to 5000 families who were at high risk for entering the New York City shelter system. These individuals and families live in Brooklyn and Staten Island. Individuals and families receive services that help them overcome problems with public benefits, housing, education, health care and other issues that could impede their ability to maintain stable households.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
HomeBase uses several data sets that are updated continuously about individuals at risk of homelessness (e.g., from housing court), and about areas in Brooklyn and Staten Island where residents' housing may be in jeopardy (e.g., due to building violations, gentrifying areas, etc.).
The Program Analyst will:
COMPETENCIES: CAMBA expects all of its staff to demonstrate the following competencies; adaptability/flexibility, analytical skills, attendance/punctuality, budget/cost consciousness, change management skills, client service skills, coordination skills, dependability, diversity consciousness, ethics initiative, innovation, excellent interpersonal skills, sound judgment, motivation, excellent oral and written communication skills, organizational support skills, planning/organizing skills, problem solving skills, productivity, professionalism, project management skills, quality consciousness, safety consciousness, team work, and technical skills.
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