The BCS Mobile Care Unit will be hitting the streets of Brooklyn soon, and we need volunteers! The BCS Mobile Care Unit will provide showers, bathroom usage, toiletries, and a wide array of services to the street homeless population in Brooklyn. Volunteers will help ensure the program runs smoothly. This includes helping manage the shower schedule for each client, managing the lines while implementing social distancing guidelines, and serving as a liaison between clients and their services, all while maintaining a safe and clean environment.
General Function: We are seeking a volunteer to help assist and manage duties at the mobile shower bus, which will provide support and resources to clients and serve as a place of care and hospitality to access basic hygiene resources.
The volunteer will be expected to manage the line of clients, implement rules of social distancing, and make sure that the line is orderly and not obstructing passage or access
The volunteer will be responsible for managing the shower schedule and making sure that clients are taking showers on a timely schedule and at the correct time slot they have signed up for
Volunteers will serve as a link to connect clients to essential resources and services by directing clients to our resource packet and supporting clients in getting access to the services they desire
Maintaining a clean environment (frequently cleaning area around you
Learn more about the position, start date, and schedule here.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Brooklyn Community Services
151 Lawrence St, Fl 4, BROOKLYN, NY 11201, US
Brooklyn Community Services is building a better Brooklyn by strengthening families, helping children and youth reach their full potential, and supporting adults in leading productive, fulfilling lives. We celebrate the strength of the hman spirit. our vision is of a Brooklyn where everyone has the opportunity to learn, grow and contribute to our community.
About Brooklyn Community Services (BCS)
Brooklyn Community Services (BCS), formerly the Brooklyn Bureau of Community Service, was founded in 1866, based on our founders’ firm commitment to assist Brooklyn’s neediest and most disadvantaged citizens. Our first project was the Newsboys Home, a refuge for thousands of unschooled, impoverished and unwanted boys who lived by their wits on Brooklyn’s streets. Over the years, we have strengthened countless families at risk of separation; supported and stabilized people with psychiatric illnesses; helped adults with physical and developmental disabilities participate fully in the community; enabled people to move from welfare to work; and offered guidance, education and support to children.
We'll work with your schedule.
Get address at registrationBrooklyn, NY11201
October 16, 2020
Must be at least 21
3 days a week from 7:00 AM - 2:30 PM. 4-5 hours is the daily minimum. 10-hour weekly commitment.
At least one year of exp. in a similar field.
Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills
Versatile and highly skilled in adapting to changing dynamics
Highly proficient in managing schedules