About our Agency
The Administration for Children’s Services protects and promotes the safety and well-being of New York City’s children and families by providing child welfare, juvenile justice, and early care services. Our Children, young people, and families are our priority and we service them with respect, cultural competence, accountability and transparency. Promoting a culture of respect, professionalism and staff development, ACS is committed to supporting all aspects of our agency’s workforce.
Business Title: Family Enrichment Center (FEC) Executive Director
Civil Service Title: CITY RESEARCH SCIENTIST
Division/Work Unit: Office of Community Relations
Proposed Salary Range: $94,283.00 - $111,175.00 (Annual)
The Office of Community Engagement & Partnerships (OCEP), within ACS’ Division of Child and Family Well-Being (CFWB), works collaboratively with community residents, leaders, faith institutions, fatherhood providers and other stakeholders to 1) Promote goodwill and help deepen the community’s awareness of ACS’ programs, services and campaigns; 2) Connect the general public and vulnerable children and families to an array of community supports offered by ACS’ contract agencies; 3) Organize and convene the community through ACS’ 11 Community Partnership Programs and 3 Family Enrichment Center (FEC) networks; and 4) Build new partnerships that help to support equity and family safety, stability, and well-being.
In 2021, the City of New York began a citywide expansion of the Family Enrichment Centers (FEC). Building on the success of the first three FECs located in East New York, Brooklyn, and Highbridge and Hunts Point, Bronx, over the next four fiscal years, the New York City Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) will launch 27 additional FECs, including at least nine additional FECs in fiscal year 2022. This expansion reflects the Mayor’s commitment to addressing racial equity and inclusion in the communities that have suffered disproportionately during the COVID-19 pandemic, and ACS’s commitment to investing in primary prevention services in those communities that have long experienced disproportionately high levels of reporting to the Statewide Central Register of Child Abuse and Maltreatment. Seventy-five (75%) percent of reports of child abuse and neglect citywide are from neighborhoods identified by the Mayor's Task Force on Racial Inclusion and Equity and eighty (80%) of annual foster care placement are also from these neighborhoods. Therefore, it is critical to the City’s recovery that the most vulnerable families and children are given supports to thrive in the post-COVID world.
To assist with the FEC expansion effort, OCEP is looking for five (5) FEC Program Managers who will support the program implementation and contract management functions of the FEC Program. They will build upon the existing infrastructure to support an innovative, data-driven, community-driven primary prevention program, rooted in community strength and resiliency and will also be responsible for the following:
Program Leadership and Oversight
Executive Thought Partner and Collaborator
Community Building, External Relations and Resource Development
Experience, Skills & Education
Minimum Qualification Requirements
NOTE: Probationary Period
Appointments to this position are subject to a minimum probationary period of one year.
How to Apply:
Please go online and apply at www.nyc.gov/careers. Search for JOB ID# 495776
City Employees: Apply through the Employee Self Service portal (ESS) at www.nyc.gov/ess. Search for JOB ID# 495776
Salary range for this position is: $94,283.00 - $111,175.00 (Annual)
New York City residency is generally required within 90 days of appointment. However, City Employees in certain titles who have worked for the City for 2 continuous years may also be eligible to reside in Nassau, Suffolk, Putnam, Westchester, Rockland, or Orange County. To determine if the residency requirement applies to you, please discuss with the agency representative at the time of interview.
About our Agency
The Administration for Children’s Services protects and promotes the safety and well-being of New York City’s children and families by providing child welfare, juvenile justice, and early care services. Our Children, young…