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NYC's ACS is hiring

New York City's Administration for Children's Services (ACS) is looking to hire an Enrollment/Referral Liaison. The civil service title is Community Coordinator. The job ID for this position is 136062. The job is located in the Family Permanency Services (FPS) division at 110 Williams Street, New York, NY 10038. The starting salary is $45,615.00 to $70,810.00. There is only one position available. Applicants will have until January 21, 2014 to apply online. You can apply online by going to Click on the link Social Services and click on job ID 136062. Hit the 'apply' link and then you will be able to upload your resume and cover letter.

Some of the duties for this position is working closely with B2H. B2H is the Bridges to Health division. Bridges to Health (B2H) is a program that helps with the medical and mental needs of children in foster care and/or group homes. Duties include; patient intake, interviewing children and parents, coming up with solutions and making quick decisions in an emergency, making referrals and consulting with professional personnel. For a complete description of duties, go to

Minimum requirements are; a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college and two years experience in community work or community centered activities. If you do not have a baccalaureate degree, a high school diploma or equivalent and six years experience in community work or community centered activities. Regardless, all candidates must have at least one year experience.

Qualified candidates must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, strong group and interpersonal skills and the ability to maintain work related relationships. You also must have a familiarity of the work that ACS does and be familiar with New York City's five boroughs. For more information on the skills, you can read them at, social services section and click on job ID 136062.

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