The Licensed Clinical Art Therapist is responsible for developing weekly Therapeutic Art curriculum, instructing elementary, middle and high school students in that curriculum, and maintaining a caseload of 30-35 billable group clients. The LCAT will need to be licensed and currently registered by New York State as a Licensed Clinical Art Therapist (LCAT).
The Associate Grant Writer will work directly with the Director of Government Contracts (DGC) to write, prepare and submit all government and foundation grants for CPNYC. The Associate Grant Writer will help find opportunities for grants from new funders, assist with writing grant proposals, facilitate the grant submission process and work with the Director of Government Contracts and the program staff to write and submit reports for existing grants, as needed. The Associate Grant Writer will have the opportunity to work closely with the Director of Government Contracts to learn the grant research, writing and submission process in its entirety. Experience in academic or professional writing, publishing or editing is required. Desire and willingness to learn is essential.
CORPORATE & INDIVIDUAL GIVING COORDINATOR
CPNYC seeks a strategic and detail-oriented individual to join the Development Department as the Individual & Corporate Giving Coordinator. Supervised by the Director of Development, the Coordinator will be a self-motivated, confident Development professional responsible for managing CPNYC’s hundreds of annual volunteers, creating opportunities for donor engagement, and managing the individual giving and major gift process. This role will be critical to developing a portfolio that will contribute to CPNYC’s long-term growth strategy. A strong commitment to the mission of CPNYC is essential.
The Executive Assistant provides a high level of administrative support to CPNYC’s Executive Director. She/he maintains high standards of professionalism, efficiency, personal communication, discretion and independent judgment. In working with internal and external contacts, including board members, she/he deals with a wide range of highly sensitive issues and works under tight deadlines/pressures. The Executive Assistant must take a proactive approach to handling administrative matters and be exceedingly well organized, flexible and enjoy the administrative challenges of supporting a small office.
The After-School Program Director will assist in leading and operating a comprehensive after-school program for children throughout the school year, from the end of the school day to 6pm daily. He/she will also be responsible for directing the development and implementation of age and grade appropriate curriculum for our after school and summer program.
Instruct elementary and middle school students on healthy living, exercise, and physical fitness. Organize and supervise athletic activity during class and instruct students on proper exercise routines and technique. Construct different lesson plans based on age range of participants to help them develop athletic skills, foster a healthy lifestyle, and have fun exercising.
The Counselor works collaboratively with the program staff and assists with the development and implementation of age and grade appropriate curriculum for our after school and summer day camp program. CPNYC’s participants range from kindergarten to eight grade.