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CAMBA's comprehensive Workforce Development and Refugee Services programs annually provide over 1,800 low income community members with employment, education, training, benefits access, financial literacy and English language services. CAMBA specializes in assisting those with special barriers to employment including low skilled workers, long-term unemployed, immigrants and refugees, limited English speakers, formerly homeless, seniors, formerly incarcerated, trauma survivors and victims of human trafficking. These programs are performance-based, and success is measured by meeting enrollment, employment placement, training, retention and case management goals. (1) As an affiliate of the US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, CAMBA's Refugee Resettlement Program provides acculturation education for refugees who come to New York to reunite with their families through the US Government's Refugee Program. The Refugee Resettlement Program helps local residents complete Affidavits of Relationships so they can sponsor relatives who are seeking to enter the country as refugees. Refugees are offered acculturation education, reunited with their families, receive counseling, advocacy, and referrals to relevant health, social, education, and employment-related services. (2) CAMBA's Matching Grant Program is an early employment program for highly motivated refugees and political asylees from over 30 countries of origin, receiving intensive case management, job placement and English language training. The Matching Grant Program provides successful participants with a cash grant for up to three months, equal to or greater than a Public Assistant cash grant, as an incentive for going to work and avoiding public assistance. Participants receive intensive case management, job placement and English language training. The person filling this position is expected, under general supervision, to: (1) aid individuals and/or families requiring social service assistance; (2) interview and evaluate applicants for services, formulate service plans and goals, and aid clients to implement service plans(i.e., intensive orientation, support, accompaniment, referral and advocacy services to newly arrived refugees and asylees with a focus on the goal of self-sufficiency); (3) locate and make use of appropriate community resources for clients; (4) evaluate actual living conditions of clients though home visits. The minimum qualification of this position is Bachelor's degree (e. g., B.A., B.S.W.) and/or equivalent experience. Bilingual(Mandarin, Spanish, and/or Tibetan preferred). Experience working with refugees and/or asylees preferred. Please send resume and cover letter in MS word attachment to: submitresumes@CAMBA.org