|Posted by New Jersey Black Deaf Advocates on March 3, 2016 at 7:35 PM||comments (0)|
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NAN HOUSE OF JUSTICE 106 W. 145th Street (bet Lenox and 7th Aves) #3 Train (front car) to 145th Street (map)
National Action Network—NYC Chapter
JOB CAREERS FOR DEAF DRIVERS
Daouda Derra, Irma Gerena,
Isaiah Crutch Jr., John Ephraim & James Johnson
share their experiences as Deaf Drivers
employed with UBER Transportation
Friday February 19, 2016
6:00 pm – 8:15 pm
NAN HOUSE OF JUSTICE
106 W. 145th Street (bet Lenox and 7th Aves)
#3 Train (front car) to 145th Street
|Posted by New Jersey Black Deaf Advocates on November 25, 2015 at 9:05 PM||comments (0)|
Vacant Opportunities at NBDA
A new deadline has been extended for the following vacancies:
2017 NBDA Conference Chairperson
Director of Communications
Director of Advocacy and Public Engagement
Director of Policy and Government Affairs
Director of Archives
Deadline to apply: November 8, 2015. If you know anyone interested in applying these vacant positions, please forward to them. Email at: [email protected]
|Posted by New Jersey Black Deaf Advocates on April 8, 2015 at 8:40 PM||comments (0)|
St. Joseph's Healthcare System is looking to hire a Deaf Adolescent Social Worker in West Trenton. Could you please share this job posting below with your NJBDA members as soon as possible.
Deaf Adolescent Social Worker/Clinician Employment Opportunity (Immediate)
St. Josephs Healthcare System in Paterson, NJ coordinates a residential program through the NJ Department of Children & Families serving 5 Deaf/hard-of-hearing youth, ages 10-21, located on the grounds of the New Jersey School for the Deaf/Katzenbach in West Trenton.
MSW required, state licensure highly preferred. New Jersey LSW or LCSW license eligibility will be expected. Major responsibilities include the provision of adolescent clinical assessment and treatment services, individual/group therapies, coordination of services, working closely with families and schools. Ability to work well with children who either have psychiatric diagnoses, developmental disabilities or autism spectrum disorders. Strong crisis intervention skills needed. Must be an effective team player interacting with direct care staff. Timely documentation and organizational skills necessary. Needs to be consistently proactive with challenging populations. Full-time position. ASL fluency required.
For immediate consideration, please email your resume/CV (put job title in subject field) to: [email protected], or apply online at: www.jobs.stjosephshealth.org. EOE M/F/D/V
|Posted by New Jersey Black Deaf Advocates on March 29, 2010 at 8:19 PM||comments (0)|
Have you explored opportunities to work for the Federal government, but were overwhelmed by the application process? Do you want to work in an environment that embraces diversity and inclusion and the talent you offer? Are you interested in a career opportunity with benefits and the potential for career progression? Are you a Veteran with a 30% or more disability rating who wants to extend your service to your Nation? If so, now is the time for you to begin your career of service. The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) and the U. S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) are sponsoring a historic day-long Federal Hiring Event for People with Disabilities. Representatives from many agencies will be reviewing resumes prior to the event, and inviting prospective candidates for interviews. UPDATE AS OF MARCH 25, 2010: We are no longer accepting resumes for this event. Please refer to www.USAJOBS.gov for further opportunities.