Special Events & Rental Income Manager
[Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling]

ABOUT BHC: A growing organization founded in 1983, Broadway Housing Communities (BHC) is committed to addressing the challenges of poverty and homelessness experienced by adults, children, families and entire communities in Upper Manhattan. BHC has developed six buildings that provide housing and other services for adults, children and families living in deep poverty; operates an award-winning early childhood center; and provides opportunities for tenants and the wider community to engage with the cultural arts. A seventh project now under construction in the National Historic District of Sugar Hill will include 124 units of permanent, affordable housing; an expanded childcare center; and a children's museum of art and storytelling along with other community facilities.

ABOUT SHCMAS: The Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling (SHCMAS) is the cultural capstone of BHC's development in Sugar Hill, at the intersection of the historic African-American community of Harlem and the Latino community of Washington Heights. SHCMAS will provide young visitors with opportunities to discover, engage with and appreciate important works of art while learning the history of Sugar Hill and engaging in creative work that contributes to cultural vitality of the community. Museum programs developed for 3-8 year olds and their families will feature exhibitions, ranging from single-artist presentations to thematic surveys and newly commissioned artist projects, intensive hands-on art education programs, multi-disciplinary storytelling and other public programs. Acknowledging the significance of art and storytelling in Sugar Hill's history, programs at SHCMAS will encourage intergenerational and cross cultural participation.

DESCRIPTION: Working in collaboration with the Museum Director, the Associate Director for Development & External Affairs, and the Operations & Facilities Manager, the Special Events and Rental Manager (Manager) provides leadership in the planning, coordination, and evaluation of SHCMAS special events, parties and rental programs. Serving as the Museum's principal liaison to outside rental clients and special event vendors, the Manager handles all aspects of these important revenue-generating programs for the Museum.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Special Events:
    • Manage all aspects of institutional fundraisers and cultivation/donor events from concept to completion, ensuring they operate efficiently and generate maximum revenue and exposure; includes managing event logistics, identifying and accessing internal and external resources, coordinating meetings, promoting events, and preparing and monitoring budget.
    • Liaise with Museum leadership, event committees, and marketing staff and consultants on the development of invitations, promotional materials, announcements, media and photo opportunities.
    • Coordinate production and distribution of print materials for donor/sponsor/and participant's solicitations.
    • Assist with networking and development of opportunities to build community awareness of the event, and respond to inquiries from the public, including media requests
    • Enter event invitees/participants, guest/donor information, payments and participant lists in Altru database.
    • Coordinate art-making, performances, and other activities designed to engage and entertain event participants/guests.
    • Coordinate food service arrangements, menu planning, decorative and table set up, nametags and staffing.
    • Secure and coordinate staffing and volunteers for special events; devise and lead volunteer recognition efforts; co-facilitate volunteer committees as required.
    • Manager vendor invoices and submit coded billing to finance department for payment.
    • Work alongside committee chairs to co-facilitate event-related activities as required.
    • Provide input on stewardship strategies to ensure seamless transition between fundraising events and stewardship activities, working closely with the Associate Director for Development & External Affairs and other staff as needed.
  2. Museum Rentals:
    • Devise and implement plan for marketing the Museum spaces to both for-profit and non-profit entities.
    • Collaborate with Museum Director and Operations & Facilities Manager to define rental policies, procedures and safety regulations, and to create rental agreements which fully outline and document those items.
    • Show the Museum spaces to interested clients, and advise event planners and caterers on approved floor plan for furniture, food and beverage, event lighting and entertainment.
    • Execute contracts with rental clients with approval of Museum's Director and BHC's Chief Operating Officer.
    • Enter all rental information in Altru database and maintain rental files with all pertinent documentation.
    • Ensure timely payment of rental fees and submit coded documentation to finance department.
    • Act as on-site liaison for clients and vendors.
    • Supervise load-in, installation and load-out of vendors and equipment in the event space, staging area, and catering prep areas; ensuring that the event does not interfere with the Museum's normal functions during public hours.
    • Supervise event staff, AV Technician, Visitors Services Reps, and volunteers to that Museum elements are in proper working order, tasks have been completed, and schedules maintained.
    • Oversee safety of guests, vendors, staff and the Museum (e.g., checking egress, ensuring cables are taped, etc.).
    • Ensure the Museum is returned to original condition by performing final walk through with each vendor.
    • Assist in mediation of conflicts amongst guests, clients, vendors, museum staff and emergency personnel.
    • Proactively work to ensure clients have a positive experience working with the Museum's staff.
    • Other related duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS:

  • At least 5 years of experience in special events and event rental management, preferably in the not-for-profit sector.
  • A degree in public relations, finance and/or business management or another related field a plus.
  • Genuine interest in the mission and programs of the Museum, reflected in a strong commitment to achieving its fundraising and earned income goals.
  • Energy, creativity and community relations expertise that will make a substantial impact by enhancing the image and positive relationships of the Museum.
  • Top-notch skills in project management, organization, prioritizing, and problem-solving; strong attention to detail is imperative. Excellent written and oral communication skills; marketing and media relations experience is an asset. Self-motivated; have the ability to work well independently on several projects concurrently. Experience working with executives, donors and volunteers, and supervising and orientating people for events; strong customer service orientation a plus.
  • Proven track record in attracting sponsorships, developing and implementing promotion plans, and print production associated with fundraising events.
  • Experience and comfort with facilitation of committee meetings.
  • Proficiency in MS Office is required; knowledge and experience of the Altru database program is preferred.
  • Demonstrated high energy level and flexibility; pleasant persona coupled with sound judgment; discreet and able to maintain confidential information and knowledge of correct protocol for specific situations.
  • Tact and diplomacy in dealing with people and handling difficult situations; calm under pressure; ability to direct staff, guests and vendors in a level headed manner in an emergency situation.
  • Must be a team player, and have the ability to work with a diverse group of individuals in a collaborative environment.
  • Office administration experience.

APPLICATION: To apply for this position, please email your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to resumes@bhc.org. Applicant review will continue until the position is filled. Please indicate your last name and "SHCMAS Events & Rentals" in the subject line. No phone calls, please - we will respond to those candidates whose qualifications are best aligned with the components of this job description. Salary commensurate with experience. We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including health, dental, 403(b) retirement plan and paid time off.

SHCMAS/BHC is committed to providing equal employment opportunity without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, national origin, age, citizenship status, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, height, weight, or disability.



Payroll/Accounts Payable Administrator

ABOUT BHC: Founded in 1983, Broadway Housing Communities (BHC) is committed to addressing the challenges of poverty and homelessness for adults, children, families and communities in Upper Manhattan. BHC has developed six buildings that provide housing and other services for adults, children and families living in deep poverty; operates an award-winning early childhood center; and provides opportunities for tenants and the wider community to engage with the cultural arts. A seventh project was recently completed in the National Historic District of Sugar Hill and includes 124 units of permanent, affordable housing; an early childhood center; and a children's museum of art and storytelling along with other community facilities. Please refer to our website www.bhc.org for more information.

BHC is a growing organization currently with 52 full time and 80 part time employees and operating budgets of over $6mm.  
This position will be located at our offices at Dorothy Day Apartments on West 135th Street and Riverside Drive with easy access on the #1 train. Our offices enjoy lovely views, a roof top terrace, art gallery and on site Head Start Program.

Description: Payroll/Accounts Payable Administrator reports directly to the Controller. The Payroll/Accounts Payable Administrator is responsible for daily performance of all activities necessary to process payrolls, including maintaining related records and voluntary deduction reports, processing involuntary deductions such as garnishments, preparing accounting transactions and documents, and preparing special reports for management. Additionally, this position completes payments and controls expenses by receiving, processing, verifying, and reconciling invoices. The Payroll/Accounts Payable Administrator will ensure all payrolls and accounts payable data in the system is accurate and up to date.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

PAYROLL:

  • Responsible for the preparation of processing and distributing of biweekly payroll; review and ensure accuracy of approved timesheets; track and deduct all special payroll deductions
  • Responsible for the coordination efforts between payroll, human resources, and other departments to ensure proper flow and maintenance of employee data
  • Handle the administration of the electronic timekeeping system. Setup each employee, valid departmental programs for each employee's charges, and monitor submissions of approved timesheets, ensure valid data transfers to/from payroll service
  • Establish and maintain employee records; ensure that employee changes are entered correctly and made on a timely basis; review changes for proper authorization and adherence to compliance with federal/state/local regulations

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE:

  • Review all invoices for appropriate documentation and approval prior to payment
  • Process and code invoices from multiple entities to various cost centers
  • Prioritize invoices according to payment terms
  • Process check requests
  • Audit and process credit card bills
  • Match invoices to checks, obtain all signatures for checks and distribute checks accordingly
  • 1099 maintenance
  • Respond to all vendor inquiries
  • Reconcile vendor statements, research and correct discrepancies
  • Assist in month end closing
  • Maintain files and documentation thoroughly and accurately, in accordance with company policy and accepted accounting practices
  • Perform any additional tasks deemed necessary by supervisor

QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Accounting/Business Administration/Finance required
  • Experience with ADP is required
  • Three plus years in performing all payroll and accounts payable functions
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and exercise extreme discretion with strong work ethics
  • Excellent problem solving/judgment skills, and high level of attention to detail and accuracy
  • Strong organizational skills, great self-starter and the ability to work under pressure
  • Ability to handle and prioritize multiple tasks and meet all deadlines
  • Thorough knowledge of applicable accounts payable/general ledger systems and procedures, financial chart of accounts
  • Ability to interact with employees and vendors in a professional manner
  • Ability to work independently and with a team in a fast-paced environment with emphasis on accuracy, timeliness and good work ethics
  • Strong communication (written, verbal and interpersonal) skills
  • Excellent skills using MS Office Suite
  • Bilingual (English and Spanish) preferred

APPLICATION:
To apply for this position, please email your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to resumes@bhc.org. Applicant review will continue until the position is filled. Please indicate your last name and "BHC Payroll/Accounts Payable Administrator" in the subject line. No phone calls, please -- we will respond to those candidates whose qualifications are best aligned with the components of this job description.

BHC is committed to providing equal employment opportunity without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, national origin, age, citizenship status, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, height, weight, or disability. Salary will be commensurate with experience. We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including health, dental, 403(b) retirement plan and paid time off.



Visitor Services Representative (Part-Time)
[Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling]

ABOUT BHC: Founded in 1983, Broadway Housing Communities (BHC) is committed to addressing the challenges of poverty and homelessness for adults, children, families and communities in Upper Manhattan. BHC has developed six buildings that provide housing and other services for adults, children and families living in deep poverty; operates an award-winning early childhood center; and provides opportunities for tenants and the wider community to engage with the cultural arts. A seventh project was recently completed in the National Historic District of Sugar Hill and includes 124 units of permanent, affordable housing; an early childhood center; and a children's museum of art and storytelling along with other community facilities.

ABOUT SHCMAS: The Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling (SHCMAS) is the cultural capstone of BHC's development in Sugar Hill, at the intersection of the African-American community of Harlem and the Latino community of Washington Heights. SHCMAS provides young visitors with opportunities to discover, engage with and appreciate important works of art as they strengthen their own cognitive and creative development. Museum programs developed for 3-8 year olds and their families will feature exhibitions ranging from single-artist presentations to thematic surveys and newly commissioned artist projects; intensive hands-on art education programs; monthly storytelling series; and other family programs. Acknowledging the significance of art and storytelling in Sugar Hill's history, intergenerational and cross cultural participation will be encouraged.

DESCRIPTION: As part of an initiative to enhance the personal experiences visitors, particularly young visitors, have with the Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling's wide array of exhibitions, projects, and programs, the Museum seeks to fill three to four part-time Visitor Services Representative positions to ensure an overall positive museum experience, while promoting a safe environment for Museum visitors and personnel. Visitor Services Representatives will facilitate the active engagement of visitors with the works on view, help to make personal connections and tell stories around the works. Visitor Services Representatives staff will also ensure that visitors comply with Museum policies regarding exhibitions and safety; communicate those policies in a direct, friendly and respectful manner; monitor the flow of traffic; monitor gallery floors, communicate with facilities management regarding potential safety issues or hazards; and report on any incidents or issues.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Visitor Engagement

  • Greet and welcome all Museum visitors.
  • Approach and engage visitors as appropriate, respecting boundaries and personal space, always communicating in a respectful and professional manner.
  • Direct visitors to, and explain, interpretative materials on exhibitions throughout the Museum. Assist visitors with identifying relevant educational resources (e.g. hands-on art making in Studio Labs, Artist-in-Residence Open Studio hours, books in our gift shop, etc.) and other Museum facilities (galleries, studios, restrooms, coatroom, stroller parking, etc.)
  • Provide information on, and encourage participation in, scheduled programming.
  • Observe visitor behavior and interaction with works on view and report observations to senior staff.
  • Work closely with Associate Director, Education & Community Engagement and Visitor Services Manager to assess gallery engagement methods, particularly for Museum’s target audience of three to eight year olds.
  • Encourage participation in self-guided activity stations and interactive exhibitions throughout the Museum.
  • Ensure that guests of varying needs and abilities have proper access to exhibitions and Museum resources.
  • Actively participate in a paid ongoing professional development program covering: exhibition content, visitor engagement strategies, developmental stages of children, customer service and security, learning how to initiate conversations with visitors regarding exhibitions, encourage and inviting feedback and response to exhibitions.

Safety

  • Assist in the safety and security of artwork, visitors, personnel, physical plant and assets.
  • Oversee the opening and securing of art galleries.
  • Oversee all basic security procedures regarding: Museum opening/closing; admissions desk; building/museum hours; emergency procedures; emergency numbers; staff/tenants - names, location of offices, sign in/out; building inspections; vendors’ access and identification; etc.
  • Work closely with Operations & Facility Manager to insure all staff on duty are compliant with all operating procedures.
  • The Lead Visitor Services Representative will assist the Operations & Facility Manager with oversight and scheduling of staff for day to day operations, as well as special events.
  • The Lead Visitor Services Representatives will assist the Operations & Facility Manager with the coordination of temp security personnel.

QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS:

  • High school graduate with 3-5 years work experience, preferably at a museum or other cultural institution
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal and communication skills
  • Interest in early childhood development
  • Commitment to obtain Security and Fire Guard Certification within 2 months of hire
  • The Lead Visitor Services Representative must be computer literate and have at least 1 year of supervisory experience
  • Must be available to work Wednesday to Sunday, with flexibility for additional days/hours, as needed
  • Experience working in a fast-paced environment and the capacity to exercise good judgment
  • Spanish/English/other language proficiencies are a plus
  • Please note that this work will require standing for long periods of time, adherence to dress code and Museum policies

APPLICATION:
To apply for this position, please email your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to resumes@bhc.org. Applicant review will continue until the positions are filled. Please indicate your last name and "SHCMAS Visitor Services Rep" in the subject line. No phone calls, please -- we will respond to those candidates whose qualifications are best aligned with the components of this job description.
SHCMAS/BHC is committed to providing equal employment opportunity without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, national origin, age, citizenship status, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, height, weight, or disability. Women, older adults, people of color, poor and low-income people, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.



Teaching Artist/Museum Educator (Part-Time)
[Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling]

ABOUT BHC: A growing organization founded in 1983, Broadway Housing Communities (BHC) is committed to addressing the challenges of poverty and homelessness experienced by adults, children, families and entire communities in Upper Manhattan. BHC has developed six buildings that provide housing and other services for adults, children and families living in deep poverty; operates an award-winning early childhood center; and provides opportunities for tenants and the wider community to engage with the cultural arts. A seventh project now under construction in the National Historic District of Sugar Hill will include 124 units of permanent, affordable housing; an expanded childcare center; and a children's museum of art and storytelling along with other community facilities.

ABOUT SHCMAS: The Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling (SHCMAS) is the cultural capstone of BHC's development in Sugar Hill, at the intersection of the historic African-American community of Harlem and the Latino community of Washington Heights. SHCMAS will provide young visitors with opportunities to discover, engage with and appreciate important works of art while learning the history of Sugar Hill and engaging in creative work that contributes to cultural vitality of the community. Museum programs developed for 3-8 year olds and their families will feature exhibitions, ranging from single-artist presentations to thematic surveys and newly commissioned artist projects, intensive hands-on art education programs, multi-disciplinary storytelling and other public programs. Acknowledging the significance of art and storytelling in Sugar Hill's history, programs at SHCMAS will encourage intergenerational and cross cultural participation.

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

The Museum's educational programs use art-making and storytelling to foster the creativity and cognitive development of children ages 3 to 8 years old. Influenced by the Reggio Emilia approach, pedagogy at the Museum is rooted in community, self-guided discovery, creative expression and the love of learning that naturally occurs through play and exploration. By encouraging and enhancing a child's innate curiosity and competence we strive to nurture skills that lead to personal and academic success.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

SHCMAS is seeking dynamic, engaging Teaching Artists experienced in early childhood and elementary art education for artist residencies, school tours and studio workshops to implement original arts curricula in collaboration with school partners and museum program staff.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor's degree or a combination of related education and direct classroom experience.
  • No less than 2 years experience working with school children in multidisciplinary media (early childhood & NYC public school experience preferred)
  • Understanding of Reggio Emilia principles and ability to design relevant curricula.
  • Ability to design units aligned with Blueprint Standards for the Arts and Common Core Learning Standards.
  • Ability to articulate the cognitive development processes which emerge during the art-making practice and represent those processes through visual display.
  • Understanding of Positive Behavior classroom management.
  • Experience with VTS and object-based inquiry.
  • Ability to craft stories with children through the investigation of objects.
  • Commitment to strengthening teaching practice through feedback, professional development and collaboration.
  • Multilingual a plus

HOW TO APPLY:
Please email your resume and cover letter to resumes@bhc.org. Please indicate your last name and "Museum Teaching Artist" in the subject line. If available, please include URL, lesson plan sample and images of student classroom work. No phone calls please - we will respond to those candidates whose qualifications are best aligned with the components of this job description.

BHC and the Museum are committed to providing equal employment opportunity without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, national origin, age, citizenship status, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, height, weight, or disability. Women, older adults, people of color, poor and low-income people, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.



Administrative Assistant - Head Start

ABOUT BHC: Founded in 1983, Broadway Housing Communities (BHC) is committed to addressing the challenges of poverty and homelessness for adults, children, families and communities in Upper Manhattan. BHC has developed six buildings that provide housing and other services for adults, children and families living in deep poverty; operates an award-winning early childhood center; and provides opportunities for tenants and the wider community to engage with the cultural arts. A seventh project was recently completed in the National Historic District of Sugar Hill and includes 124 units of permanent, affordable housing; an early childhood center; and a children’s museum of art and storytelling along with other community facilities.

DESCRIPTION:BHC is seeking a highly skilled and experienced Administrative Assistant who will provide administrative support in the effective management of the program and its program components in accordance with funding source guidelines, Head Start Performance Standards, Board of Directors, Policy Council, and Broadway Housing Communities policies and procedures. Flexibility, good judgment and the ability to adapt quickly to the needs of a growing and diverse organization are essential. Experience in working in a non-profit, school or other educational setting highly desired.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist in the administrative duties of monitoring policies, procedures, and objectives of Dorothy Day Early Childhood Center in its efforts to achieve agency objectives and Federal performance standards and regulations in collaboration with Policy Council, Board of Directors, community partners and program staff.
  • Maintain working knowledge of and provide assistance in the supervision of the day-to-day operations to achieve agency objectives and Federal performance standards and regulations.
  • Be the point of first contact with all in-coming inquiries, enrolled families, community partners and vendors. Be direct resource when possible and/or refer to appropriate department.
  • Coordinate and lead all intake policies and procedures while maintaining performance standards and regulations.
  • Assist in the coordination between all program service teams in order to meet federal and local goals and objectives in a timely manner.
  • Provides reliable and timely data entry into ChildPlus data system, as needed.
  • Supervise and coordinate program staff and support staff in the implementation of daily tasks, in the absence of the Education Coordinator.
  • Provide necessary support in daily administrative duties including but not limited to: time-sheets, answering phone, scheduling appointments, travel arrangements, coordinating special events, operating office machinery, office supply inventory, parent notices.
  • Provide back-up classroom coverage, as necessary.
  • Comply with all New York City: Department of Health/Day Care Regulations.
  • Support the mission of Broadway Housing.
  • Read and follow all policies and procedures of DDECC.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor's Degree.
  • Three years administrative working experience necessary.
  • Early childhood experience preferred.
  • Organizational, problem solving and interpersonal skills required.
  • Strong computer skills required.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills and interpersonal skills required.
  • Experience with low-income, culturally diverse families preferred.
  • Ability to work well with parents and professional peers.
  • Knowledge of Head Start performance standards.
  • Ability to foster meaningful relationships with children, families and community.
  • Ability to learn and apply new knowledge and skills.

APPLICATION: To apply for a position at BHC, please email your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to resumes@broadwayhousing.org. Applicant review will continue until the position is filled. Please indicate, "Administrative Assistant" in the subject line. No phone calls, please -- we will respond to those candidates whose qualifications are best aligned with the components of this job description.

Salary commensurate with experience. We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including health, dental, 403(b) retirement plan and paid time off. To learn more about BHC, visit us on the web at www.broadwayhousing.org



Maintenance Worker

ABOUT BHC: Founded in 1983, Broadway Housing Communities (BHC) is committed to addressing the challenges of poverty and homelessness for adults, children, families and communities in Upper Manhattan. BHC has developed six buildings that provide housing and other services for adults, children and families living in deep poverty; operates an award-winning early childhood center; and provides opportunities for tenants and the wider community to engage with the cultural arts. A seventh project was recently completed in the National Historic District of Sugar Hill and includes 124 units of permanent, affordable housing; an early childhood center; and a children’s museum of art and storytelling along with other community facilities.

DESCRIPTION:Under the supervision of the Facilities Maintenance Supervisors and as part of the Facilities staff, the Maintenance Worker will be a primary repair and maintenance resource at our facilities. He/she is also responsible for performing general custodial and cleaning duties needed to provide and maintain a safe and professional environment that conveys an atmosphere of respect to staff and tenants.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Perform all custodial and cleaning duties including cleaning of common areas, garbage and trash removal, snow removal and other cleaning services as needed
  • Perform light construction duties including drywall installation and patching, painting, light bulb and fixture installation, drain and sewer line stoppages, cabinet installation and repair, vinyl and ceramic tile installation and repair and window air conditioner installation and maintenance
  • Fully restore and sanitize apartment units prior to occupancy of new residents including but not limited to stripping floors, cleaning windows, patching walls and light painting
  • Perform basic HVAC, plumbing and electrical work when necessary
  • Perform general preventive maintenance and repairs on all building and safety systems
  • Buff, wax and strip floors as needed
  • Oversee the regular operations of the boiler/furnace and gas heat
  • Assist with City Marshal tenant evictions as necessary

QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS:

  • High school diploma or equivalent (or equivalent experience) required
  • 2-3 years prior maintenance experience preferably working in apartment buildings
  • Knowledge of repair and maintenance policy and procedures
  • Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills and good computer skills
  • Must be able to safely lift and move 50 lbs. on a daily basis
  • Must be able to manage multiple demands and work well independently or within a team
  • Certification in a building trade, maintenance, building systems or building equipment repair is preferred
  • Fire Guard certificate required within 90 days of employment
  • Certificate of fitness required within 90 days of employment
  • Valid NYS Drivers License preferred
  • Bilingual English/Spanish is a plus

APPLICATION: To apply for a position at BHC, please email your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to resumes@broadwayhousing.org. Applicant review will continue until the position is filled. Please indicate, "Maintenance Worker" in the subject line. No phone calls, please -- we will respond to those candidates whose qualifications are best aligned with the components of this job description.

Salary commensurate with experience. We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including health, dental, 403(b) retirement plan and paid time off. To learn more about BHC, visit us on the web at www.broadwayhousing.org

BHC is committed to providing equal employment opportunity without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, national origin, age, citizenship status, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, height, weight, or disability.



Preschool Teachers

Broadway Housing Communities is seeking Preschool Teachers for the Dorothy Day Early Childhood Center and the Sugar Hill Museum Preschool. Both sites deliver a full-day preschool program committed to providing individualized, comprehensive educational services for 3-5 year old children and their families in Harlem. Dorothy Day Early Childhood Center and the Sugar Hill Museum Preschool are part of a comprehensive Education Services Department that includes youth mentoring, education advocacy, adult education and cultural arts programs.

The Preschool Teacher manages a classroom in accordance with Program Performance Standards, Board of Directors, Policy Council, and Broadway Housing Communities policies and procedures. Responsibilities include:

  • Planning and supervising a warm, nurturing developmentally appropriate environment for the development of the whole child while implementing the program's high level of care and educational standards.
  • Supporting program philosophy and school readiness goals; integrating health services, nutrition, social services and parent involvement components into daily program plans.
  • Designing and maintaining a classroom environment that facilitates active, hands-on learning, group management, self-expression and choice, cultural diversity and inclusion of all children, parents, volunteers and staff.

Minimum qualifications include a bachelor's degree in early childhood education or childhood education. Must have NYS teaching certificate or be in the process of obtaining certification. A minimum of two years early childhood experience necessary. Candidate should also possess a firm knowledge and understanding of child development, developmentally appropriate teaching strategies, familiarity with Reggio principles, strong interest in art-based instruction, excellent verbal and written communication skills, ability to work well with parents and professional peers, leadership skills, supervision skills, and the ability to work and communicate with multi- disciplinary team and with lay persons from a variety of ethnic, educational and socioeconomic backgrounds

Knowledge of Head Start performance standards and DOH regulations, bilingual (Spanish), computer literacy, Master's degree a plus. Broadway Housing Communities, Inc (BHC) offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefit package.

Candidates meeting at least the minimum qualifications can send resumes and cover letters to ddeccinfo@broadwayhousing.org or fax to (212) 862-0769. NO PHONE CALLS.

BHC is committed to providing equal employment opportunity without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, national origin, age, citizenship status, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, height, weight, or disability.



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