When you work to help people with physical and developmental disabilities, you come to understand that there’s
a unique strength that influences their lives. It’s powerful, uplifting and delivers more career satisfaction than
We are Cerebral Palsy Associations of New York State’s Metropolitan Division, one of New York City’s largest,
most comprehensive health care/community service organizations. We provide a wide range of programs that
help those with physical and/or developmental disabilities live as independently as possible.
Here is your opportunity to become valued as an integral team member of our dynamic Staffing/Deployment
team. Located in Midtown near Penn Station, we’re currently seeking an experienced Staffing Coordinator to be
responsible for preparing and monitoring schedules and daily editing of time cards for Agency facilities.
Prepares a working 42-day schedule, including benefit time and pre-scheduled overtime for all Union
residential direct care personnel for an assigned borough. Ensures timely distribution of schedules to all
management personnel to be posted in each residence and also to be disseminated to all float employees.
Approves/denies all benefit time off requests submitted during the six-month submission period. After the
start of the 42-day schedule, responsible for approving/denying all benefit time off requests. Communicates
responses to management personnel to be distributed to employees. Inputs all approved benefit time in the
Receives all changes in daily staffing schedule for all shifts within an assigned borough. Ensures adequate
coverage by deploying replacement staff following the zone floating protocol or securing voluntary and/or
mandatory overtime. Communicates all staffing changes to borough management personnel by sending a shift
report at end of each shift.
Communicates with on-shift management personnel within assigned borough at the start of the shift to ensure
minimum staffing requirement for each residence is met.
Provides management personnel with daily staffing schedules for all shifts in all residences within the assigned
borough by updating and posting the 42-day schedule on the agency’s intranet.
Reviews and edits timecards daily for all employees of assigned borough. Completes all edits, including benefit
time, hours worked, changes to location, and comments, as needed, to ensure correct payroll.
Must has at least an Associates Degree or 60 College Credits
Must be proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Timekeeping/Scheduling programs)
Minimum 2 years working in a residential program for people disabilities or a related field
Background in scheduling, deployment or dispatching in a multi-site environment
* Must be flexible and able to work split shifts (Sunday-Wednesday or Wednesday-Saturday).
Cerebral Palsy Associations of NYS provides a competitive salary with excellent benefit packages.
Meet Some of Cerebral Palsy Associations of New York State's Employees
Lesley started her career with CP of NYS as a Direct Care Counselor and has continued growing. Today, as a Program Coordinator, Leslie focuses on developing functional and creative plans that support the aspirations of individual people with developmental disabilities.
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