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 Forests Forever has been protecting our forests and wild lands for 30 years, and now you can become an integral part of our daily operations! We are seeking a Volunteer Staff Coordinator to join our team, working 30 hours per week in our Berkeley office and reporting to our Operations Director.

As our Volunteer Staff Coordinator, you’ll develop and supervise a permanent volunteer staff working in a variety of capacities, from clerical/admin work to communications/research to campaign organizing. The job requires first mastering an array of office management/administrative tasks, which are then performed by volunteers under the Coordinator’s supervision, allowing the Coordinator to further recruit and supervise program volunteers

DUTIES:

• Become knowledgeable about and effectively communicate the mission, vision and activities of Forests Forever to our contributors and others.

• Recruit volunteers who work regular weekly schedules, serving as unpaid staff members. The initial priority is in recruiting, orienting, training, and supervising volunteers to cover administrative tasks

• Perform and/or coordinate performance of office management and administrative duties, including pledge processing, canvass support, reception, and serving as lead in resolving contributor queries and contributor-related queries from staff members.

• Provide clerical support to the Executive Director and Operations Director as needed.

• As volunteer staff members assume these administrative roles, recruit and supervise volunteers to take on an array of programmatic, communication, research, campaign and organizing roles.

REQUIREMENTS:

Work a consistent 30-hour weekly schedule, generally between 9am and 5pm, Monday through Friday. Schedule flexibility and some evening hours may be required.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Polite and professional manner. Must have recruited and supervised volunteers and be skilled in working with a wide array of people. Highly organized and productive, detail and deadline oriented. Strong writing and basic math skills. Work well as part of a team. PC literate. Experienced with Microsoft Excel, Word and MS Outlook. FileMaker Pro experience a plus.

COMPENSATION: Competitive nonprofit-sector hourly wage DOE. Paid Time Off (vacation, sick) and ten paid holidays effective after 63 days worked. Health and dental benefits available in the third month of employment.

***Please read carefully***

To highlight your attention to detail, please apply exactly as described: Send us an email with (1) your resume as a PDF attachment, (2) a cover letter in the body of the email that explicitly speaks to why you are well qualified to recruit, train, and supervise long-term volunteers, and (3) your expectations regarding hourly rate.

 

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Mission

826CHI is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting students ages 6 to 18 with their creative and expository writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write. Our services are structured around the understanding that great leaps in learning can happen with one-on-one attention, and that strong writing skills are fundamental to future success. More information can be found at www.826chi.org.

Culture

826CHI is a creative organization that highly values collaboration, creative, and strategic thinking. Our work is grounded in goals set by our strategic plan and put into motion through collaboration. At 826CHI, we take both pride and joy in our work and operate with a high degree of professionalism. Staff members work both independently and as part of a team. Our model is inherently community-based and responds to the history, dynamic, and culture of Chicago.

Commitment to Inclusion

As an organization committed to encouraging youth in their creative expression, personal growth, and academic success, 826CHI recognizes the importance of diversity at all levels and in all aspects of our work. In order to build and maintain the safe, supportive 826 environment in which great leaps of learning occur, we commit to inclusion: We will not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, ethnicity, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, nationality, marital status, English fluency, parental status, military service or disability. We strive to put our values into action through planning, decision making, and community building.

 

ABOUT THE POSITION

The Volunteer Manager oversees all aspects of volunteer and intern engagement at 826CHI. This includes the planning, execution, and evaluation of volunteer initiatives. The Volunteer Manager oversees and supports mentorship of volunteers to ensure 826CHI delivers the highest quality support to Chicago students and furthers our mission. 826CHI seeks someone with experience building community-based relationships and managing a diverse team of volunteers. This person is a skilled communicator (to all ages and all levels of learners), is flexible with their schedule (this position requires some evening and weekend availability), is a thoughtful educator (knows how to hold space for youth and how to teach others to do the same), and is willing to travel across Chicago to engage volunteers in a range of community settings and neighborhoods. The successful candidate will exhibit an attitude that is equal parts can-do and can-inspire-others-to-do.

THE ROLE

The Volunteer Manager plays an essential role in bringing volunteer support to all areas of operations, primarily educational programs. Through recruitment, training, management, and appreciation, the Volunteer Manager advances 826CHI organizational priorities set forth in our strategic plan, such as building an informed and diverse volunteer community. This is an ideal opportunity for a self-directed, highly organized person with a passion for youth education, community development, and civic engagement.

Key Responsibilities

Partnership Building and Outreach

● Develops and implements volunteer recruitment strategies

● Builds strategic volunteer partnerships with community organizations; including faith-based groups; neighborhood groups; sororities, fraternities, and student groups; affinity groups; and other community-based organizations

● Manages service-learning collaborations with local university and college partners, including info sessions and workshops on higher learning spaces.

● Co-stewards corporate partner relationships: Works with the Development Team to build corporate volunteer engagement opportunities for corporate sponsors and teams from the business community

Management and Appreciation

● Manages 826CHI’s AmeriCorps VISTA Volunteer Coordinator, a year-long service position

● Manages semester-long interns and fellows

● Coordinates and co-leads bi-monthly New Volunteer Orientations

● Manages volunteer screening and background checks

● Manages Salesforce Volunteer database, including data input and analytics

● Manages annual volunteer program evaluation and planning

● Manages volunteer appreciation campaigns and events

● Co-manages volunteer groups on social media, including Mission Control, a private volunteer facebook group

● Oversees volunteer committees

● Engages in monthly calls with 826 Network staff

Resources and Training

● Updates volunteer handbooks and other volunteer resources

● Works with Program Team to plan the volunteer training skill training sessions, such as how to engage students in the classroom, cultural competence when working with youth community

● Works with Program Team to generate resources that equip volunteers with methods and strategies for engaging youth

● Develops onboarding regimen that enforces cultural competency,

quality arts education, youth development, and understanding the landscape of public education in Chicago

● Manages 826CHI’s volunteer resource website, Secret Agent Headquarters Alumni Fellowship and Internship Program

● Manages partnerships with universities and community partners

● Works with Communications Team to update internship content on the 826CHI website

● Works across departments to update internship content/position descriptions

● Recruits, hires, and onboards semester-long interns

● Manages educational, goal-oriented program experience for interns and fellows

● Manages intern evaluation and appreciation

● Works with the Student Data and Impact Coordinator to launch 826CHI’s Alumni database

● Launches 826CHI’s new Alumni Fellowship Program

Reporting

The Volunteer Manager reports to Executive Director, manages the AmeriCorps VISTA Volunteer Coordinator, and is a member of the Program Team.

Qualifications and skills

● Enthusiastic belief in the mission of 826CHI and commitment to youth development

● Minimum 5 years experience working with nonprofits

● Demonstrated understanding of non-profit management and volunteer support methods

● Excellent communications skills, both written and oral including public speaking

● Excellent organizational skills

● A strong work ethic, a collaborative spirit, and the ability to manage multiple independent projects successfully

● Flexible schedule, occasional nights and weekends required

● Experience facilitating groups, strong public speaking and presentation skills

● Experience developing and implementing of anti-oppression and anti-racist workshops

● Travel required, access to a car or reliable transportation a must

● CPS graduates are strongly encouraged to apply

● Spanish proficiency is a plus

APPLY

826CHI is an equal opportunity employer. 826CHI is committed to building a culturally diverse and pluralistic team. We strongly encourage applicants from underrepresented communities in the education and nonprofit sectors to apply. To apply, please fill out this application form and submit your letter of interest, resume, and list of three professional references to Hiring@826chi.org. For questions, please call 773.772.8108.

826CHI does not discriminate in hiring. We encourage people from all backgrounds to apply for this and all posted positions.

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Location: Remote

The direct impact of this volunteer role is huge - you will help underrepresented young entrepreneurs launch businesses by using our proven Launch4 method. You’ll receive training in our lean-bootstrapping methodology as well as training and practice in inclusive mentoring.

About Skysthelimit.org

At Skysthelimit.org (STL), we’re a highly-ambitious tech nonprofit. There aren’t too many like us - we combine the pace, feel, and Lean Startup approach of a tech startup with the business model of a mission-driven nonprofit. Our mission is to empower underrepresented young adult entrepreneurs to achieve their own goals for their businesses - resulting in new companies, new jobs, and new products & services that strengthen our local economies across the nation and eventually the globe. And the key to our work is developing our entrepreneurs’ social capital through meaningful, one-on-one support.

We have a diverse community of young entrepreneurs: 99% ages 18 to 29, 95% across the US in over 40 states, 70% female, 80% people of color, and the majority are low-income when they join our program. They are building businesses across many industries: clothing, food, beauty, the trades, and a large variety of services businesses. We primarily help our entrepreneurs build tech-enabled small businesses, although we do have freelancers and some high growth startups too.

We’re backed by Accenture (NYSE: ACN) through a multi-million, multi-year grant to build & operate our own mentoring platform & program for underserved young entrepreneurs, while also whitelabeling our platform for other organizations who support entrepreneurs. We’ve got a completely remote team of 15 developers and five on the fundraising, marketing, and program teams across three states and three countries. Our board of directors includes:

Nicolas Cary, Co-founder and Vice Chairman at Blockchain

Fabio Rosati, former CEO at Upwork (Nasdaq: UPWK)

Rick Wade, VP of Strategic Alliances at US Chamber of Commerce

Desired Skills, Mindset, and Experience:

A strong belief in our mission to help all entrepreneurs, regardless of where they were born or the circumstances they were born into, achieve their business dreams.

A “connector” mindset - we don’t expect you to have all the answers but we are looking for people who can help point a young entrepreneur to the right people and resources to achieve their goals.

Experience starting and managing a business is a plus (particularly a small business) but not a requirement. Anyone with expertise in an area related to business (e.g., law, finance, project management, marketing, sales) or education or mentoring adults is encouraged to apply!

A desire to work with diverse entrepreneurs from a variety of backgrounds.

Comfort with online or remote communication (e.g., written communications, phone, video chat, etc.)

Passionate about building relationships and seeing young entrepreneurs thrive

A desire to change two lives — a young entrepreneur’s and your own!

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 The Digital Literacy Volunteer Program Manager (DLVPM) will be energetic and enthusiastic about providing quality digital literacy training to English-speaking learners, often within economically and socially marginalized populations. The ideal candidate blends initiative and self-direction with collaboration and teamwork. We are looking for a personable, hard-working team player who is open to learning new things, able to work on their own initiative, and enjoys working in a fast-paced work environment. The ideal candidate should be passionate about digital literacy, public access to technology and engaging marginalized and/or  underserved populations. 

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES   

1. Volunteer Engagement  

• Maintain volunteer opportunity listings on appropriate websites  

• Respond to and screen individuals interested in volunteering

• Train prospective volunteers  

• Place new volunteers and provide on-site introductions and orientation    2.  Volunteer Management  

• Maintain a schedule of open and filled volunteer opportunities  

• Facilitate ongoing training and support for 30-60 volunteers

• Respond to volunteer queries, concerns, and grievances promptly and efficiently  

• Schedule or act as a substitute for volunteer absences

• Keep up with current innovations in volunteer management technologies and tools  

• Organize monthly Volunteer Meetings  

• Produce monthly Volunteer e-newsletter

• Conduct and analyze results annual survey of volunteers   

3.  Service Delivery Coordination

• Manage the schedule for digital literacy programs at partner locations  

• Oversee one-time corporate volunteer events  

• Prepare promotional materials and outreach materials for programs or classes  

• Assists partners with outreach and promotion for digital literacy programs  

• Coordinate evaluation efforts related to programs  

• Attend planning meetings to assist with coordination of service delivery    4.  Deliver Digital Literacy Training

• Provide 1-on-1 tutoring and small group training to help older adults develop and improve their use of technology and the Internet  

• Assist CTN and their partners in periodically assessing the training needs of communities and individuals  

• Develop and deliver curriculum to address identified needs  

5. Data Management and Reporting

• Ensure that all volunteers report their hours for each shift, and follow up as needed  

• Monthly data validation before upload to Salesforce and City & County system.  

• Identify, collect and report additional data about programs, services, and volunteers for funders or internal use  

• Keep the online tutoring calendar up-to-date    

6.  Supervision   

• Recruit, interview and select specialized, part-time tutoring staff (e.g. bilingual)    

• Train and orient specialized, part-time tutoring staff    

• Support and develop specialized, part-time tutoring staff   

7. Public Relations  

• Represent CTN at community-based events  

• Use social media to engage volunteers, promote the volunteer program, and share information about CTN programs  

• Contribute content to the CTN website blogs    

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS  

• Excellent English written and oral communication skills  

• Ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds  

• Computer and Internet proficiency and a willingness to learn new technology tools. Specifically, proficient with MS Office/Google Suite (especially Word and Excel), web browsers, Google mail and calendar, Dropbox or similar Cloud storage tool

• One year of experience in providing computer skills instruction or general adult education  

• Familiarity with challenges faced by homeless individuals and marginalized communities  

• A community service track record and commitment to volunteerism  

• Ability to work well independently and as part of a team  

• Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail  

• Ability to manage multiple priorities and be calm under pressure  

• Ability to solve problems and think strategically  

• Willingness to work occasional evening and weekend hours  

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS  

• Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience  

• Two years in the nonprofit sector  

• One year overseeing volunteer engagement  

• One year supervising others who work independently  

• One year delivering and coordinating direct service community programs  

• One year working with marginalized populations (e.g. homeless, immigrant)  

• Experience teaching immigrants and /or low-level learners  

• Proficiency in a language additional to English    

Job open until filled. This position offers flexible scheduling and good benefits. Salary $48,000. Email resume and cover letter to jobs@communitytechnetwork.org Include “Digital Literacy Volunteer Program manager” in the subject line.  No phone calls please.  

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School on Wheels is a fast-paced nonprofit organization working to change the lives of homeless children. Our goal is to shrink the gaps in their education and provide them with the highest level of education possible. 

As the Volunteer Support Coordinator, you will be responsible for recruiting, managing and supporting volunteers who work to change the lives of the homeless students they tutor.

This position is based in our Los Angeles office on Fletcher Avenue and frequent (2 – 3 days per week minimum) travel to either the San Fernando Valley or West LA areas is required.

What you’ll do:


  • Support and train volunteers, ensuring they have the tools needed to tutor their student.  

  • Marketing, outreach, and recruitment of new volunteers with targeted recruitment based on needs.

  • Conduct follow up advanced volunteer training, working with experienced volunteers. 

  • Focus on volunteer retention and show them appreciation for the impact they have on students. 

  • Communicate with volunteers with a focus on personal connections and responsiveness to needs.

  • Regular group meetings with volunteers to provide a sense of community and to share ideas.

  • Work with student coordinator to reach every homeless family who needs our services.

  • Work as a team with student coordinator to find appropriate match for volunteer and student.

  • Establish Volunteer Council to provide feedback to improving volunteer experience.

  • Marketing and expansion of scholarships.

  • Highlight star volunteers and students, share success stories.

  • Database reporting, updating, and tracking of current volunteers and students, as well as alumni.

What we are looking for:


  • One to three years experience managing volunteers, preferably working with at-risk youth. 

  • Must be comfortable with outreach in various capacities including working in homeless shelters and surrounding areas.

  • Excellent oral, written, and presentation communication skills a must. You are able to connect with people at all levels – volunteers, shelter staff and management, homeless families, and students of all ages and backgrounds.

  • Empathy for and an understanding of homeless families and the homeless population.

  • Must be highly organized and efficient in time management skills; this is a fast-paced position with competing priorities.

  • Ability to perform in a team environment, while working independently. 

  • Excellent computer skills required; experience with SalesForce and G-Suite a plus. 

  • Ability to represent SOW in the highest manner and exemplify SOW’s values, integrity and ethics.

  • Drive and ambition; ready to make a difference each and every day. 

  • Local travel required; valid California driver’s license, auto insurance and use of personal vehicle.

  • Lifting of material donations, including backpacks, school supplies, etc. required periodically.

Benefits and Opportunities you’ll receive:


  • Salary $36,000 - $38,000.

  • Medical, dental, vision, 403b plan. 

  • Paid vacation and holidays; we expect you to work hard, but still enjoy a personal life.

  • Flexibility – flexible working environment and telecommuting. Enough freedom to spread your wings while still holding you accountable. 

  • Autonomy – this position will provide you with a lot of autonomy as you will be required to take charge of projects and complete tasks with minimal supervision.

  • Professional Development – we believe in investing in our team and giving you the tools to succeed. Ongoing coaching, training, and growth opportunities provided along with a professional development stipend each year.

  • Skill variety – you will have the opportunity to work on a variety of tasks to develop your skills in many areas. 

  • Mobility – room for vertical and horizontal mobility within organization. 

  • Consistent and fair leadership – we’ll share information, set clear goals, show you respect, and treat everyone fairly.

  • Culture – you will be a part of a passionate, mission-driven team where your ideas and feedback will be listened to and encouraged. You will have opportunities to be a part of team-based projects resulting in bringing change to the organization.

At School on Wheels, we believe that having a team of diverse backgrounds and voices working together will enable us to fulfill our mission of improving students lives through education.

To join this dedicated team, submit your cover letter and resume for consideration.

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Introduction


Volunteer Fairfax (VF) is the regional volunteer center serving Fairfax County and the National Capital Region. We serve a population of nearly 1.5 million people and we partner with leading regional public agencies, non-profits and corporations. Established as a private nonprofit in 1974, we have been the heart of volunteerism in the region for 45 years.


Volunteer Fairfax mobilizes people and resources to meet regional community needs.  Our mission is to amplify community impact through targeted matching of volunteer resources to community needs in Fairfax County and beyond.  We are dedicated to promoting volunteerism to all ages, and carrying the ethic of volunteerism to future generations through our programs and public awareness activities.


Purpose:               


The Special Events & Corporate Volunteer Services Coordinator (SECVS) is responsible for managing or supporting major annual events or smaller ad hoc events for managing a portion of the center’s Businesslink portfolio which engages corporations in service. This position is a part of the VF Corporate Services/Events Team and works together with staff to implement the various planned events.


Special Events (50%)



  • Plan and manage a cadre of annual special events for VF. 

  • Current special events.

    • The Fairfax County Volunteer Service Awards Ceremony (April)

    • Give Together – A Family Volunteer Day (January)

    • VolunteerFest® (October)



  • Management of events include:

    • Follow provided budget for event and keep expenses at or below given parameters

    • Work with internal team to develop and implement creative themes

    • Locate and secure venue

    • Work with venue events management staff to negotiate prices, plan menu and all venue logistics, audio visual needs, timeline and supply drop off

    • Determine and coordinate programmatic aspects of event to include registration, volunteer coordination, and post evaluation.

    • Work with Communications Director to plan and implement events’ outreach plan

    • Work with vendors to and select and order supplies for event

    • Update website with accurate information

    • Work with and solicit event partners including Board of Supervisors, Sponsors and Board of Directors

    • Work with staff to develop and finalize creative collateral for event (i.e. invitation, program, etc.)

    • Hire and manage interns to assist with events

    • Coordinate and manage registration

    • Develop audio visual program

    • Plan for and lead staff and board in their assistance of special event



  • The opportunity to propose and create new special events based on VF needs.


Corporate Volunteer Service Management (45%)


Through Businesslink, VF pairs corporate clients with nonprofits and arranges days of community service for the corporate client’s staff.   In coordination with other Corporate Volunteer Services/Events staff members, you will manage a portion of the Businesslink portfolio of corporate days of service and serve as liaison between partner nonprofits and corporate client to include all aspects from project proposals to day of project management. 


This includes initial meeting with corporate client to scope services required for day of service, creation of project proposal, coordination of project sites, ongoing communication with corporate lead and specific Site Leads, placement and training of staff, day-of coordination, and creation of final report.



  • Create proposal of projects to corporations for selection

  • Ongoing communication with Corporation Lead and specific Site Leads

  • Coordinate and attend all site visits between VF, corporations and nonprofits

  • Organize project logistics, supplies, research transportation, and work with site leads

  • Coordinate projects at all selected locations

  • Create master plans that contain all necessary information for corporations and VF site leads

  • Place and train staff for day of event

  • Provide program details, such as mission of agency and brief description of volunteer work to corporations to populate the volunteer registration database

  • Provide information to site leads to give to registered volunteers
    • Includes: time, location, directions, needed resources, appropriate dress and mission statement and information of nonprofit


  • Serve as a VF site lead day of event

  • Create survey to be sent to Volunteers for post evaluation of event

  • Compile results of evaluation as well as event details and suggestions for following year for corporation leadership into final report

  • Works with Development Director and other Corporate Services/Events staff to identify and contact potential corporate clients.
     


Other Program Support (5%)



  • Provides support to all program staff as needed.

  • Supervise in-house volunteers as needed.

  • Performs other duties as needed.


Requirements



  • Some VF events and activities require physical effort such as lifting and moving project supplies (up to 50 lbs) and standing for long periods of time.

  • As some VF activities require offsite attendance, must have a valid driver’s license and access to an automobile for local travel; may also need to be able to drive a cargo van or 10-14” truck.

  • On occasion this position will require out of the area travel for training and corporate activations


 Qualifications



  • Superior oral and written communication skills

  • Self-starter with the ability to work independently on projects with minimum supervision

  • Ability to work as part of a small team in a fast-paced environment

  • Strong attention to detail and ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously

  • Ability to work effectively with volunteers

  • Ability to foster client relationships (corporate and nonprofit partners)

  • Ability to work collaboratively with internal staff and corporate and nonprofit clients

  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills

  • Proven experience (two to five years) of event planning/volunteer management and/or related experience; volunteer experience is also desirable

  • Solid competency in Microsoft Office products, Web research & mass Email software

  • Previous experience working or volunteering in a non-profit organization preferable

  • Project management experience a plus

  • College degree preferred


Compensation


Salary, which is dependent on experience, ranges from $32,000 to $37,000.  Volunteer Fairfax offers a comprehensive benefits package which includes medical (including dental and vision) short term disability, long term disability and life insurance; Simple IRA with up to 3% match; vacation and sick leave; paid time-off to volunteer in the community each quarter; flexible scheduling; and professional development opportunities.

How to apply


Please submit a cover letter explaining why you think this is a match for you and for Volunteer Fairfax, resume and salary requirement to: Emily Swenson, Chief Administrative Officer, (eswenson@volunteerfairfax.org).  In the subject line of your email, please include "SECVS --your last name."  Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. 


Company Description

Volunteer Fairfax (VF) is the regional volunteer center serving Fairfax County and the National Capital Region. We serve a population of nearly 1.5 million people and we partner with leading regional public agencies, non-profits and corporations. Established as a private nonprofit in 1975, we have been the heart of volunteerism in the region for more than 40 years.

Volunteer Fairfax mobilizes people and resources to meet regional community needs. Our mission is to amplify community impact through targeted matching of volunteer resources to community needs in Fairfax County and beyond. We are dedicated to promoting volunteerism to all ages and demographics, while championing volunteerism to future generations through our programs and public awareness activities.


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Hiring for Hope (www.hiringforhope.org), a grassroots national 501c3 non profit organization is currently looking for several individuals interested in monitoring the activity on our Facebook Group and Corporate pages with approximately 35000 members.

In this volunteer role you will have a solid set of Community Guidelines to reference and utilize when monitoring our members activity. This VOLUNTEER position will take approximately 10 hours/week. Additionaly, in this role, you will be responsible for welcoming new members and communicating with them about getting started in the community as well as guiding them about how to take advantage of our free career management services on our website.

Previous experience in a monitoring role in any of the mainstream social media sites is preferred but not required. You must be dependable and have a passion for helping and supporting individuals, and not be afraid to manage individuals that violate our community guidelines out.

Company Description

Hiring for Hope is a grassroots, nationally recognized 501(c)3 public charity with an active presence in international social media and physical communities across the United States. Think of us as a Life Management Community (LMC) designed to help you manage and overcome all the obstacles associated with your career management challenges.


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The SSVFP Case Manager (CM) is responsible for providing comprehensive case management services and carrying out operations of the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF).  This includes provision and management of client services, client activities and programs, resources development and community and public relations.  The CM also serves as a SSVFP and Volunteers of America Chesapeake (VOAC) liaison with the Veterans’ Affairs Contract Staff and the local and professional communities, and is responsible for maintaining productive working partnerships.  In all the CM assists in ensuring the Program operates and delivers services in accordance with policies and procedures, contract requirements, and federal, state and local regulations.


PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES:



  1. Providing comprehensive case management services for each assigned case from referral and admission through discharge and aftercare in accordance with policies and procedures and contract/funding sources requirements.

  2. Establish and maintain effective, positive working relationships with Contract staff and local and professional community agencies and resources.

  3. Assist in managing program fiscal operations and services in accordance with the budgets, including revenue and expenses, and required procedures.

  4. Develop and implement high quality, effective client services and activities, and case management systems including client oversight and supervision.

  5. Ensure complete residents’ and programs’ records are generated and maintained in accordance with policies and procedures and contractual and regulatory requirements.

  6. Act as a liaison between the program and funding/regulatory and government agencies.

  7. Ensure all applicable federal, state, and local government and contractual regulations and requirements are met or exceeded.

  8. Assist in managing and maintaining the program site and ensuring compliance with fire, safety, health certification standards and licensing requirements.

  9. Assist in conducting effective resident and staff meetings in accordance with agency requirements.  Assist in conducting pre-service and in-service training for staff.

  10. Assist in developing, implementing, and maintaining program operating documents including Policies and Procedures, Operations Manual and Resident Handbook as requested and/or required.

  11. Develop, maintain and/or manage reports as required.  Collect, maintain and disseminate data on clients, services and operations as required.

  12. Review, monitor and maintain HUD, VA, State and County government mandated documentation and records as directed.

  13. Attend all work related meetings and training as required or needed.

  14. Assist with implementing and managing fundraising and volunteer programs and activities as needed.

  15. Assist in organizing, holding and facilitating Advisory Board Meetings.  Work with human services planning agencies and continuums to develop and improve services for clients as needed or required.


EFFECTS ON END RESULTS:



  1. Effective resident programs and services, and program operations are maintained.


  2. Effective management and supervision of assigned clients is maintained.

  3. Safe, supportive program and facility sites are maintained.

  4. Policies and procedures are implemented; compliance with contractual requirements is maintained.

  5. Financial operations are managed and maintained.

  6. Positive, professional relationships and presence with residents and the local and professional communities are developed and maintained.

  7. Effective, supportive community partnerships and resources are established and maintained.
     



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Due to high demand for our Volunteer Career Angels (Career Coaches) by our members, Hiriing for Hope is currently looking to add several volunteers in the Atlanta area to help us recruit additional Career Angel volunteers for this very popular program. If you have a passion for helping people and a background in Recruiting, we would love to speak with you. This volunteer position entails identifying qualified Volunteer Career Coaches and recruiting them to join our Volunteers for Hope Team. Target Career Angels volunteers include HR and Talent Acquisition Staffing professionals from Corporations and Staffing Agencies. The people you would recruit to volunteer for us in this role act as volunteer job coaches to the members that use all of our free services. For more informaiton about our Career Angels Program, please visit this section of our website at:   http://www.hiringforhope.org/job-seekers/one-on-one-career-coaching.html . Our Career angels to date have provided over 5,000 people with 32,000 hours of free career coaching guidance and support! 

Company Description

Hiring for Hope is a grassroots, nationally recognized 501(c)3 public charity with an active presence in international social media and physical communities across the United States. Think of us as a Life Management Community (LMC) designed to help you manage and overcome all the obstacles associated with your career management challenges.


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About Us:


VOALA
Helping Our Most Vulnerable Change Their Life Stories


Volunteers of America is a non-profit human services organization committed to serving people in need, strengthening families, and building communities. VOALA provides a variety of social services to Los Angeles area communities such as Head Start programs, Upward Bound college prep programs, veterans’ services, homeless shelters, low-income housing program as well as drug and alcohol rehabilitation. Learn more at www.voala.org.


OFFICE OF DIVERSION & RE-ENTRY (ODR)


Our mission is to successfully habilitate eligible individuals by diverting them from the traditional criminal justice system and providing them with the tools they need to lead a productive and law-abiding lifestyle while improving mental health recovery and successful re -entry into the community.


In Diversion and Re-Entry, we evaluate and refer clients to appropriate service modalities where they will receive mental health services and access to various benefits, as well as housing and supportive services. Services include, crisis intervention, case management, transitional housing, and life skills counseling in a field setting. Program participants will be involved with criminal justice system as well as suffering from co-occurring disorders.


JOB SUMMARY AND PURPOSE


Oversee casework services performed by the multi-disciplinary case management team.  Primary clinical advisor to the Program Manager for the assigned team. MUST BE ABLE TO PROVIDE CLINICAL SUPERVISION TO INTERNS REGISTERED WITH THE CALIFORNIA BOARD OF BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE.


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


Reporting to the Program Manager, the Clinical Supervisor I performs the following specific duties:



  • Meets regularly with multi-disciplinary case management team to review services provided to clients, ensuring the quality of care and adherence to VOALA procedures and State and ODR policy and regulations

  • Reviews case records for accuracy, consistency, and conformity with laws, regulations and policies and for quality of clinical case management and application of proper clinical case management techniques

  • Create and work within a team environment to ensure all ODR staff are knowledgeable and familiar with ODR contract expectations, case management and supervisorial expectations and ensure all staff are delivering high quality care

  • Conducts unit staff meetings to interpret and discuss new policies, procedures and regulations, and to discuss need for improvement of clinical case management techniques

  • Participates in and conducts in-service training programs and staff development activities

  • Provide quality assurance of documentation and ensuring that case managers’ monthly contacts assist the agency with meeting its billing goals

  • Co-sign all notes of non-clinical/non-licensed employees within the relevant database system or other internal noting system

  • Provides clinical supervision to Interns, as required by the BBS

  • Other tasks as may be assigned by the Program Manager


Qualifications


REQUIREMENTS:



  • Must be able to pass a fingerprint clearance, background check, including criminal history, personal references, employment and education verifications

  • MUST BE ABLE TO PROVIDE CLINICAL SUPERVISION TO INTERNS REGISTERED WITH THE BBS


EDUCATION:



  • Master's degree in social work, psychology, or counseling from fully-accredited college or university

  • Licensed with the Board of Behavioral Sciences as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMF)


EXPERIENCE:



  • Minimum of 4 years of complex clinical experience in program(s) serving homelessness, addictions, under-served populations or prison re-entry/diversion

  • Proven leadership qualities


KNOWLEDGE:



  • Strong knowledge of case management ethics, HIPAA, Programmatic standards of operation and clinical engagement, clinical documentation methods, client focused ideology

  • Knowledge of psychosocial treatment modalities, especially cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy skills training (DBT), motivational interviewing (MI), relapse prevention (RP), Seeking Safety

  • Strong knowledge of and ability to work with issues related to homelessness, aging in place, substance abuse, mental health diagnosis, and history of trauma


TECHNOLOGY SKILLS:



  • Strong Microsoft operating system navigation, including Outlook, Office, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

  • Familiar with Database entry and use


SKILLS AND ABILITIES:



  • Mastery of case management skills in social services delivery

  • Demonstrated ability to perform under circumstances of possible emotional stress and conflict, including dealing with un-cooperative clients

  • Strong Communication Skills in oral and written English language

  • Ability to coach and mentor staff

  • Ability to safely and successfully perform the essential job functions consistent with the ADA, FMLA, and other federal, state, and local standards, with or without reasonable accommodation, including meeting qualitative and quantitative productivity standards

  • Ability to maintain regular, punctual attendance consistent with ADA, FMLA, and other federal, state, and local standards


INTERPERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS:



  • Client- focused and proven leadership qualities

  • Dependable, collaborative, prompt, positive mindset, flexible, organized, and comfortable with conflict resolution/mediation


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:



  • Supervisory experience in re-entry services or related social services field.

  • Experienced providing services to those who are recovering or dually-diagnosed


Volunteers of America is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex including sexual orientation and gender identity, national origin, disability, protected Veteran Status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law


This employer participates in E-Verify and will provide the federal government with your Form 1-9 information to confirm that you are authorized to work in the U.S.


If E-Verify cannot confirm that you are authorized to work, this employer is required to give you written instructions and an opportunity to contact Department of Homeland Security (OHS) or Social Security Administration (SSA) so you can begin to resolve the issue before the employer can take any action against you, including terminating your employment.


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We believe in the power of housing as the foundation for life. And as one of the nation's largest nonprofit providers of quality, affordable housing, we also provide the vital support services needed to thrive.


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About Us:


VOALA
Helping Our Most Vulnerable Change Their Life Stories


Volunteers of America is a non-profit human services organization committed to serving people in need, strengthening families, and building communities. VOALA provides a variety of social services to Los Angeles area communities such as Head Start programs, Upward Bound college prep programs, veterans’ services, homeless shelters, low-income housing program as well as drug and alcohol rehabilitation. Learn more at www.voala.org.


EARLY HEAD START


Through our Head Start and Early Head Start programs, we work with children (ages 2 – 5) and their families to provide the skills, confidence and stable home life necessary for a smooth transition into kindergarten and beyond. Head Start positions are generally Monday through Friday, (10-1/2 months per year).


JOB SUMMARY AND PURPOSE


The Head Start Teacher instructs children in activities designed to promote their social, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth.  This position assists in planning individual and group activities to stimulate learning according to the ages of the children.


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES



  • Provides children with an environment that includes varied age-appropriate activities with the goal of achieving social competence for each child

  • Implements the program curriculum for children enrolled in morning and afternoon classes (double session)

  • Plans individual and group activities to stimulate learning as well as supports and enhances the role of parents as prime educators of their children

  • Conducts daily classroom planning and maintains children's records; submits accurate monthly paperwork and reports on a timely basis

  • Observes, screens and assesses each child's developmental level and develops goals that relate to the child's individual development

  • Integrates various Early Head Start services into learning such as parent involvement, social services, nutrition, health and mental health services

  • Provides a physical environment consistent with state and local licensing requirements as well as the health and safety of the children

  • Provides a learning environment that reflects the varied cultural and ethnic backgrounds of the children in the program and in the larger communities in which they live

  • Other duties as required and is subject to change at any time


Qualifications


REQUIREMENTS:



  • Must be able to pass a fingerprint clearance, background check, including criminal history, personal references, employment and education verifications

  • Valid California driver's license and access to automobile with adequate insurance (or have easy access to other means of reliable transportation) to make home visits and travel to other school sites


HEALTH REQUIREMENTS:



  • Proof at the time of hire

    • TB clearance within 6 months prior

    • Annual Influenza vaccination (between Aug 1 – Dec 1)

    • Pertussis (whooping cough) and measles immunization



  • Health screening at the time of employment

  • Requires ability to interact with children in a busy environment including, but not limited to:

    • Able to lift up to 50 lbs

    • Frequently kneel and squat

    • Ability to move quickly




EDUCATION:



  • Bachelor of Arts degree in Early Childhood Education/Child Development or related field

  • Valid Child Development Teacher permit

  • Transcripts required to prove a minimum of 24 semester units of coursework in in Early Childhood Education / Child Development, including:

    • 16 semester units in General Education

    • 6 semester units in infant/toddler studies

    • 6 semester units in Administration (At least 3 semester units is required at hire and any additional units for a total of 6 units must be completed within 1 year of hire)




EXPERIENCE:


  • Minimum of 2 years of teaching experience

TECHNOLOGY SKILLS:


  • Excellent computer skills including working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel

SKILLS AND ABILITIES:


  • Must be able to clearly impart information to children in a manner that is understandable to them according to age and background

INTERPERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS:


  • Prompt, collaborative/team player, adaptable, communicator, organized, consistent, and compassionate  

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:



  • Masters of Arts degree in Child Development or related field

  • 2 semester units in Adult Supervision

  • Bilingual in English and Spanish (written and verbal)


Volunteers of America is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex including sexual orientation and gender identity, national origin, disability, protected Veteran Status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law


This employer participates in E-Verify and will provide the federal government with your Form 1-9 information to confirm that you are authorized to work in the U.S.


If E-Verify cannot confirm that you are authorized to work, this employer is required to give you written instructions and an opportunity to contact Department of Homeland Security (OHS) or Social Security Administration (SSA) so you can begin to resolve the issue before the employer can take any action against you, including terminating your employment.


 


Company Description

We believe in the power of housing as the foundation for life. And as one of the nation's largest nonprofit providers of quality, affordable housing, we also provide the vital support services needed to thrive.


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Associate Program Director (SHS187)
Randalls and Wards Islands, New York, NY, USA Req #416
Thursday, October 10, 2019
Volunteers of America, Inc. (VOA, Inc.) is a national, faith-based human services organization that was founded in New York City in 1896 and has remained at the forefront of social service ever since, helping individuals and families in need overcome obstacles to living safe, healthy and productive lives in the community. The largest of the affiliates, Volunteers of America-Greater New York (VOA-GNY) serves tens of thousands of men, women, and children in need every year, through 80 programs staffed by 1,300 skilled and dedicated staff, throughout New York City, Westchester County and Northern New Jersey.

VOA-GNY's life-changing, often life-saving work impacts the lives of individuals and families who are homeless and those at risk of homelessness, families recovering from domestic violence, children with developmental delays, individuals living with HIV/AIDS or behavioral health issues, older adults and veterans struggling to reintegrate. VOA, Inc. is one of the largest providers of permanent, supportive housing in the United States. VOA-GNY is the largest provider of supportive housing for veterans in New York, and is committed to addressing the needs of the community with compassion, creativity, respect, and therapeutic models that inform our work.

The Associate Program Director assists the Sector Director in managing the delivery of services to clients at Schwartz Assessment with the ultimate objective of assisting clients achieve independent living. In the absence of the Program Director, the Associate Program Director assumes the responsibilities of that position at Schwartz Assessment Shelter.

Minimum Qualifications:
The position requires a Bachelor's Degree in a Human Services field; Master's Degree preferred and five years of relevant experience including two years in a supervisory capacity, managing shifts and implementing programs.T wo years of related experience in housing placement services for low-income and/or homeless population preferred.

Supervisory Role:
This position has supervisory responsibilities

Principal Responsibilities:

  • Oversee the program's Social Service staff
  • Provides supervision to program staff such as the Case Manager - Assessment Specialist, Employment, Housing, Benefits and Criminal Justice,
  • Supervises activities that lead to permanent placement
  • Oversee placement and diversion targets. Gather reporting data
  • Refer clients to the appropriate service providers
  • Perform quality assurance activities related to auditing client charts and CARES use
  • Develop solid discharge plans to sustain placements and maintain linkage agreements
  • Perform other related tasks as assigned



  • Make a living by making a difference. Apply online today! Volunteers of America is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled.

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    • Pay Type Salary
    • Required Education Bachelor's Degree
    • Job Start Date Tuesday, October 15, 2019


    • Randalls and Wards Islands, New York, NY, USA


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    2020 is almost here and its time to fulfill your PURPOSE!! Are you looking for a career that impacts the lives of others in a positive way? Do you want a career with local travel opportunities? We are looking for a capable Direct Support Advocate to care for our residents and encourage them to live independent, productive lives! No GED or High School Diploma required. We will train you!


    Flexible weekly schedules-Part-time or Full-time available-1st, 2nd or 3rd shifts!


    Career Requirements:


    · Basic understanding of individuals with developmental disabilities.


    · Posses current First Aid,CPR and CPI certification


    · Communicate effectively in a professional manner and maintain a patient and positive attitude.


    · Ability to read documents and written instructions: ability to write and maintain records.


    · Ability to maintain confidentiality.


    · PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Employees may be required to stand, stoop, bend, twist, reach and lift (25 lbs.), Assist in the transfer and lifting of adults.


    RESPONSIBILITIES:


    1. Monitor the comfort and safety of consumers served, while ensuring that the medical, nutritional and personal care needs are being met.


    2. Perform general housekeeping, meal preparation, and shopping and laundry duties


    3. Maintain medical, social and programmatic files as indicated and directed by company policy and procedures, operations manual and supervisors.


    4. Assist consumers served in handling of money and finances.


    5. .Assist in planning age-appropriate social and leisure community outings. (All trips are free for employees.)


    6. Assist consumers in maintaining relationship with family, friends and guardians including providing transportation to and from same day or overnight visits which may on occasion require travel out-of-town.


    Company Description

    Volunteers of America Mid-States creates positive change in the lives of individuals and communities through a ministry of service. We provide housing solutions that keep homeless families together to helping displaced veterans get back on their feet, Volunteers of America Mid-States serves more than 21,000 people throughout Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia and Clark and Floyd Counties in Indiana every year.


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    Closing Date: December 31, 2019 or when filled 


    Instructions: Please send a cover letter and resume to Dr. JooRi Jun: joori.j@vhocc.org 


    Position Summary 


    This position is a rewarding opportunity for an experienced administrative professional. We are looking for a detail-oriented, committed individual with excellent organizational, administrative, and communication skills. Duties include administrative tasks such as maintaining office operations, ordering supplies, tracking purchases and expenses, setting up and maintaining filing and equipment systems, and preparing monthly financial documentation and board reports. This position will also provide administrative support to staff. Experience in human resource management, working with volunteers, and IT troubleshooting skills are a plus.  


    Independent judgement is required to plan, prioritize, and organize diversified workload. Essential qualities include professionalism, time-management, attention to detail, resourcefulness, and initiative.  


    Reports to: Executive Director 


     


    Essential Job Functions 


    In this position, you will be a key team member with responsibilities in the following main areas: 



    • Office and Financial Management (50%): open and close the office, maintain and order office supplies; assist volunteers in their duties; prepare supplies requisitions and reconcile receipts to bank transactions and operations budget; prepare monthly expense reports; maintain filing system for all internal and external documents; oversee vendors and professional services; regularly sort through donated items; implement and maintain system for medical equipment loans; maintain onboarding and training manuals; data entry; other office management duties.  


    • Administrative Support (40%): schedule meetings and distribute meeting notices; arrange conference calls, webinars, and travel logistics; prepare meeting materials, including formatting, compiling and printing packets; assist with human resource management such as conducting background checks for new hires and maintaining personnel files; work with volunteers who have office-related duties; track license requirements of nursing staff; assist in preparing training materials for nursing staff 


    •  Other Duties as Assigned (10%): this position must be able to take on the “odd tasks” as they arise or appropriately delegate tasks to another staff member or volunteer. 



     


    Qualifications 


    The Office Administrator must possess demonstrated ability to closely follow instruction and to work independently as a highly functioning member of a team. Collaboration, teamwork, and a service mindset for patients, their families, and the community are a must. Must have excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills. Knowledge of standard business practices in electronic, telephone, and direct communications is crucial to this role. Must have ability to plan, stay on task, and respond to the team’s needs and concerns as they arise. 


     


    Education & Experience Requirements 


    • Three to five years of related work experience, 



    • OR an equivalent combination of education, experience, and professional certification may be qualifying provided the individual’s background demonstrates required knowledge and abilities. Degrees and certifications must be from appropriately credited institutions for consideration. 


    • Experience with information technology systems, including the Microsoft Office Suite, especially Outlook, Word, and Excel. Familiarity with Adobe programs, Mail Chimp, Survey Monkey, and Doodle preferred.  



      


    Compensation & Benefits 



    • Full-time, non-exempt position with annualized salary determined based on qualifications 


    • 10 paid holidays, 15 paid time off days per year 


    • Employer subsidy for health insurance  


    • Employer sponsored 401(k) plan 



     


    Licenses, Certificates & Other Requirements 


    • Performance of job duties requires travel between our Port Angeles and Sequim offices and throughout Clallam county. A valid Washington State driver’s license, the use of the incumbent’s personal motor vehicle, and proof of appropriate auto insurance is required. 


     


    Our Hiring and Process 


    • Resumes will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. 



    • Phone interviews with qualified applicants will be scheduled first, and finalists will be invited to one to two rounds of in-person or remote interviews. 


    • The interview panel will inform candidates of when they can expect to receive communication about job offers. 



     


    Work Environment and Location 


    • Work is performed primarily indoors at the Port Angeles office with some travel to Sequim.  



    • Requires the ability to communicate with others orally, face to face and by telephone. Requires manual and finger dexterity and hand-eye-arm coordination to write and to operate computers and a variety of general office equipment. Requires mobility to accomplish other desktop work, retrieve files, and to move to various office locations. Requires visual acuity to read computer screens, printed materials, and detailed information. Essential duties may involve occasional kneeling, squatting, crouching, stooping, crawling, standing, bending, climbing (to stack, store or retrieve supplies or various office and medical equipment). 


    • Duties require carrying a cell phone, laptop, and/or other electronic devices. 


    • Requires the ability to alternatively sit and stand for sustained periods of time. 


    • May be required to lift and/or carry object and materials up to twenty pounds. Rarely, the incumbent may be required to lift and/or carry objects and materials weighing up to fifty pounds. 


    • May require working a non-traditional work schedule or working outside normal assigned duties to meet deadlines. 



     


     


    Company Description

    Our Mission and Who We Are

    Mission
    To provide free around- the-clock registered nursing availability to terminally ill patients, while supporting them and their families emotionally, physically and spiritually with a team of trained volunteers

    Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County (VHOCC) is a non-profit organization that provides hospice care to residents of Clallam county on the Olympic Peninsula in northwest Washington. Our main office is in Port Angeles, WA. Since its inception in 1978, all services have been provided free of charge to patients and their families without any billing to government agencies or insurance companies. VHOCC relies on donations and community support. Our services include end-of-life care, respite care for caregivers, grief support, and a medical equipment loan program for the community. Our team includes a board of directors, administrative staff, nurses, and a large volunteer base.

    Website: www.vhocc.org


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    Job Description

    The Volunteers of America Colorado Float Team is a team of experienced professionals that assist in the facilities that we serve, such as the Senior Community Care Program for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), Horizons Health Care Center, Valley Manor Care Center, the Homestead at Montrose, and Home Health of Western Colorado.

    As a PRN Occupational Therapist, you will enjoy ultimate flexibility and work as little as 4 shifts per month or full time hours, it is YOUR choice.

    One (1) year of experience is required.

    OBJECTIVE: To provide ongoing therapy to residents in a timely manner per physician's orders. Communicate resident progress within the facility. The Occupational Therapist evaluates and treats patients, communicates with families, physicians and other health team members and maintains appropriate documentation of services including MDS responsibilities complying with State and Federal regulations. Participates in on-going facility meetings and conducts in-service and training for facility staff on ongoing basis in restorative and maintenance techniques.

    Job Requirements

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Graduate from an Occupational Therapy curriculum accredited jointly by the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals of the American Medical Association and the American Occupational Therapy Association, or is eligible for certification by the American Occupational Therapy Association under its requirements.
    • A minimum of one year experience as an Occupational Therapist in a long-term care facility.
    • Ability to understand medical terminology and how it applies to Occupational Therapy in order to communicate effectively with residents, staff and physicians, and to prepare meaningful reports.
    • Coordination and dexterity necessary to manipulate tools and materials while instructing residents.
    • Adequate strength and endurance to meet physical demands involved in using equipment, tools and materials while instructing residents.
    • Must be licensed or registered in state as an Occupational Therapist.
    • Ability to utilize computers and other electronic devices for tasks such as timekeeping, in-servicing and documentation.

    EOE M/F/Vets/Disabled


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    Gastroparesis making you miss pieces of your life?


    Learn more about the Avanzar study.


    Nausea, vomiting or feeling full quickly after eating?


    If you have gastroparesis and you experience nausea, vomiting or belly pain after meals, sitting down to a meal might not always be a joyful experience. This means you may need a different approach to your gastroparesis treatment.


    If you have diagnosed or suspected gastroparesis (diabetic or idiopathic) and are between 18 and 85 years of age, you may be able to take part in the avanzar clinical research study.


    At the start of the treatment period, participants will randomly (by chance) receive either:



    • The investigational study medication, at one of three doses (a 75% chance)

    • A placebo (a 25% chance)



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    Looking for a rewarding position where you can make a difference? Do you picture yourself working with an organization where trust, integrity, innovation, flexibility, passion, and teamwork are the main pillars of culture? If so, read on! We hire good people who share that belief.


    School on Wheels is a fast-paced nonprofit organization working to change the lives of homeless children. Our goal is to shrink the gaps in their education and provide them with the highest level of education possible. As a Coordinator, you will be responsible for recruiting, managing and supporting volunteers who work to change the lives of the homeless students they tutor.


    Summary:


    The Volunteer Support Coordinator oversees the following geographic areas: Venice | Santa Monica | Culver City | West Los Angeles | Mid-City | Inglewood. This position is based in our Los Angeles office on Fletcher Avenue and frequent (2 - 3 days per week minimum) travel to these areas is required.


    What you’ll do:



    • Support and train volunteers, ensuring they have the tools needed to tutor their student.


    • Marketing, outreach, and recruitment of new volunteers with targeted recruitment based on needs.


    • Conduct follow up advanced volunteer training, working with experienced volunteers.


    • Focus on volunteer retention and show them appreciation for the impact they have on students.


    • Communicate with volunteers with a focus on personal connections and responsiveness to needs.


    • Regular group meetings with volunteers to provide a sense of community and to share ideas.


    • Work with student coordinator to reach every homeless family who needs our services.


    • Work as team with student coordinator to find appropriate match for volunteer and student.


    • Establish Volunteer Council to provide feedback to improving volunteer experience.


    • Marketing and expansion of scholarships.


    • Highlight star volunteers and students, share success stories.


    • Database reporting, updating, and tracking of current volunteers and students, as well as alumni.



     


    What we are looking for:



    • One to three years experience managing volunteers, preferably working with at-risk youth.


    • Must be comfortable with outreach in various capacities including working in homeless shelters and surrounding areas.


    • Excellent oral, written, and presentation communication skills a must. You are able to connect with people at all levels - volunteers, shelter staff and management, homeless families, and students of all ages and backgrounds.


    • Empathy for and an understanding of homeless families and the homeless population.


    • Must be highly organized and efficient in time management skills; this is a fast-paced position with competing priorities.


    • Ability to perform in a team environment, while working independently.


    • Excellent computer skills required; experience with SalesForce and G-Suite a plus.


    • Ability to represent SOW in the highest manner and exemplify SOW’s values, integrity and ethics.


    • Drive and ambition; ready to make a difference each and every day.


    • Local travel required; valid California driver’s license, auto insurance and use of personal vehicle.


    • Lifting of material donations, including backpacks, school supplies, etc. required periodically.



     


    Benefits and Opportunities you’ll receive:



    • Salary - $35,000 - $38,000.


    • Medical, dental, vision, 403b plan.


    • Paid vacation and holidays; we expect you to work hard, but still enjoy a personal life.


    • Flexibility - flexible working environment and telecommuting. Enough freedom to spread your wings while still holding you accountable.


    • Autonomy - this position will provide you with a lot of autonomy as you will be required to take charge of projects and complete tasks with minimal supervision.


    • Professional Development - we believe in investing in our team and giving you the tools to succeed. Ongoing coaching, training, and growth opportunities provided along with a professional development stipend each year.


    • Skill variety - you will have the opportunity to work on a variety of tasks to develop your skills in many areas.


    • Mobility - room for vertical and horizontal mobility within organization.


    • Consistent and fair leadership - we’ll share information, set clear goals, show you respect, and treat everyone fairly.



    • Culture - you will be a part of a passionate, mission-driven team where your ideas and feedback will be listened to and encouraged. You will have opportunities to be a part of team-based projects resulting in bringing change to the organization.


    At School on Wheels, we believe that having a team of diverse backgrounds and voices working together will enable us to fulfill our mission of improving students lives through education.


    To join this dedicated team, submit your cover letter and resume for consideration to employment@schoolonwheels.org. Resumes without a cover letter will not be considered.


    Company Description

    The mission of School on Wheels is to enhance educational opportunities for homeless children from kindergarten through twelfth grade. Our goal is to shrink the gaps in their education and provide them with the highest level of education possible. Our program serves as a consistent support system to homeless students at a time of great stress and fear. We bring the message to our students that they are cared about and important.


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    About Us:

    VOALA
    Helping Our Most Vulnerable Change Their Life Stories

    Volunteers of America is a non-profit human services organization committed to serving people in need, strengthening families, and building communities. VOA - LA provides a variety of social services to Los Angeles area communities such as Head Start programs, Upward Bound college prep programs, veterans services, homeless shelters, low-income housing program as well as drug and alcohol rehabilitation. Learn more at www. voala. org.

    PROPOSITION 47 PROGRAM
    PROJECT HOMES

    Through Proposition 47, the State of California provides grants to develop mental health services, substance use disorder treatment and diversion programs for people in the criminal justice system, including housing-related assistance, job skills training, case management and other community-based supportive services. VOALA is working with the City of Compton to provide these services to eligible participants.

    JOB SUMMARY AND PURPOSE

    The Housing Specialist is responsible for identifying suitable housing options for program participants and their families, and assisting the participants to achieve sustainable and healthy independent living.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


    • Identifies and locates housing options suitable for homeless participants, including referral to VOALA shelters as appropriate;

      • Creates and maintains a housing database linking tenants to apartments

      • Communicates with landlords and familiarize them with the VOALA programs and the unique needs of participants



    • Develops support systems to meet individual client's housing needs; coordinates and facilitates move-in activities, rental negotiations, and service referrals as needed

    • Facilitates the use of community resources to assist both tenants and landlords in the event of problems leading to potential eviction

    • As a member of the program case management team, provides information referrals, crisis intervention, and assistance with permanent housing placement for participants

      • Assists case managers in conducting the comprehensive screenings and assessments to collect functional, environmental, financial, employment, housing, educational, and health information, as appropriate, to develop an Individual Service Plan

      • Coordinates follow-up services with case management team



    • Additional duties as assigned

    Qualifications

    REQUIREMENTS:

    • Must be able to pass a fingerprint clearance, background check, including criminal history, personal references, employment and education verifications

    EDUCATION:

    • Bachelor s Degree in Social Services or related discipline, Or Equivalent combination of education and work experience (four years)

    EXPERIENCE:

    • 1 year of experience working with justice-involved individuals faced with mental health and substance use disorders challenges and homelessness

    KNOWLEDGE:

    • Knowledge of housing stability plan design and case management

    TECHNOLOGY SKILLS:


    • Microsoft Office Suite, including: Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

    • Familiar with Database functions and reporting

    SKILLS AND ABILITIES:


    • Able to develop relationships with program participants, their families, and landlords, as well as a variety of service stakeholders (schools, health and public benefit agencies)

    • Strong written and oral skills in the English language, able to accurately complete required reports and data entry

    • Able to perform basic mathematic calculations (rent, security deposits, et cetera)

    • Able to perform under circumstances of possible emotional stress and conflict, including dealing with un-cooperative clients

    • Able to safely and successfully perform the essential job functions consistent with the ADA, FMLA, and other federal, state, and local standards, with or without reasonable accommodation, including meeting qualitative and quantitative productivity standards

    • Able to maintain regular, punctual attendance consistent with ADA, FMLA, and other federal, state, and local standards

    • Must be willing to travel/drive company vehicle through Los Angeles County

    COMPETENCIES:


    • Must be able to work effectively with people from all walks of life with compassion

    • Hold a California Driver s license, with required insurance and a reliable vehicle

    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:


    • Bilingual in English and Spanish (written and verbal)

    • Experience and familiarity using a HMIS (homeless database)

    Volunteers of America is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex including sexual orientation and gender identity, national origin, disability, protected Veteran Status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law

    This employer participates in E-Verify and will provide the federal government with your Form 1-9 information to confirm that you are authorized to work in the U.S.

    If E-Verify cannot confirm that you are authorized to work, this employer is required to give you written instructions and an opportunity to contact Department of Homeland Security (OHS) or Social Security Administration (SSA) so you can begin to resolve the issue before the employer can take any action against you, including terminating your employment.


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    Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership (CVNL) is seeking a Marketing & Communications Assistant. Reporting to the Director of Marketing & Communication, the assistant is responsible for supporting the development and implementation of CVNL’s communication strategies. This position will be working out of our Santa Rosa office.


    Working closely with the Marketing & Communications Director, the assistant is responsible for helping with the planning, development, and implementation of CVNL’s marketing strategies, marketing communications, and public relations activities (both external and internal) that promote, enhance, and protect the organization's brand reputation. This individual will help ensure proper technologies are implemented, up-to-date, and functioning to support marketing and communication goals to grow CVNL’s base of clients, members, volunteers, and business leads. The Assistant will support digital channels and platforms (social media, websites, e-communications, etc.).  


     


    RESPONSIBILITIES:


    ·        Support development of all CVNL print communications and collateral including: brochures, flyers, mailers, postcards, print ads, branded materials/presentations, and event/service-specific materials


    ·        Using key technologies, oversee electronic communications; track performance indicators and metrics; relay appropriate data to department heads and staff; manage relationships with associated vendors


    ·        Working with the Director, oversee CVNL’s website(s); manage copy, layout, and visual identity; support online events calendar and CVNL blog; ensure plugins and integrations are functioning properly and up-to-date; manage back-up’s and updates


    ·        When requested manage multimedia assets, creative partners and contributors, including photography and videography


    ·        Provide support and oversight to staff in the development and execution of the communications strategy


    ·        Guide email audience segment development and integration with CRM


    ·        Work with the leadership team to create and publish resources, print and online, to advance CVNL’s image as a go-to resource for nonprofit leaders


    ·        Maintain marketing communications records


    QUALIFICATIONS:


    ·        Bachelor's degree in graphic design, journalism, communications, or related field


    ·        Minimum two years’ experience in marketing and/or communications


    ·        Demonstrated digital marketing experience; must be familiar with Google Ads, Analytics, SEO, and basic customer acquisition principles/tactics


    ·        Demonstrated experience managing strategic communications and marketing programs to advance an organization's mission and goals


    ·        Experience in planning, writing, editing, graphic design and production of newsletters, press releases, annual reports, marketing literature, and other print publications and directories


    ·        Self-reliant, good problem solver, results oriented


    ·        Energetic, flexible, collaborative, and proactive


    ·        Strong skills using communications software including: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Excel, Word), Adobe Creative Cloud (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator), WordPress


    ·        Knowledge and understanding of social media platforms, promotions, and engagement methods


    ·        Passion for CVNL’s mission


    Salary and Benefits:


    Salary will be commensurate with experience. This is a part-time non-exempt position with benefits.


    To be considered as an applicant:


    Email resume and cover letter to: ljacobs@cvnl.org.  Include in the subject: “CVNL Marketing & Communications Assistant”


     


    Company Description

    Serving the Bay Area for over 50 years, CVNL knows that passion alone isn’t enough when it comes to creating strong nonprofits. With a mission to advance nonprofits and volunteerism by strengthening leadership, encouraging innovation, and empowering individuals in our community, CVNL works with aspiring and established leaders every day to help them build the skills and connections that can take their impact to the next level. www.cvnl.org


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    JOB SUMMARY


    The Lead, NC Help Desk reports to the Information System Manager and is responsible for computer operations, helpdesk services, installation and support for new and existing computer systems and application software under the direction of the IS Manager. In addition, the position is responsible for supporting the manager and ensuring the on-boarding process for all new programs and/or sites/systems and locations are fully configured for staff utilization.  Finally, managing ticket (service request) queue, maintaining a knowledge base/document library, maintaining a working knowledge of, and supervising the office functions of, the telephone system, cellular phones, phone services and maintenance of office equipment.


    RESPONSIBILITIES



    1. Handle and complete hardware deployment and network troubleshooting.  

    2. Serve as escalation to Technical Support Specialists as needed.

    3. Manage ticket queue and maintain ticketing system for KPI assessment.

    4. Conduct on-site visits as needed and address troubleshooting needs in lieu of IT Specialists or when able.

    5. Manage and track computer inventory (Cell and Computer laptops/desktops) and function is final approver for assignment of computer and cell phone equipment. 

    6. Generate reports as needed for interface with ELT, PLT or SLT as needed.

    7. Plan and coordinate technological refreshes, including hardware and software

    8. Audit and maintain appropriate levels of access, both logical and physical

    9. Create and maintain Knowledge Base, FAQ, How-to documents

    10. Provide technical assistance and support for incoming queries and issues related to computer systems, software, and hardware.

    11. Respond to queries either in person or over the phone.

    12. Write training manuals and Train computer users on new systems.

    13. Respond to email messages for customers seeking help.

    14. Ask questions to determine nature of problem and walk customer through problem-solving process.

    15. Install, modify, and repair computer hardware and software.

    16. Run diagnostic programs to resolve problems.

    17. Resolve technical problems with Local Area Networks (LAN), Wide Area Networks (WAN), and other systems.

    18. Install computer peripherals for users.

    19. Follow up with customers to ensure issue has been resolved via satisfaction survey.

    20. Gain feedback from customers about computer usage and needs assessments.

    21. Assist the Departments as necessary in retrieving and presenting necessary reports and documents.

    22. Maintain a working knowledge of and supervise office functions to include: telephone systems, cellular phones, phone services, maintenance of office equipment.

    23. Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice. 


    REQUIREMENTS



    • Associates Degree in computer related field preferred or

    • Significant training/certifications obtained, equivalent to a degree required.

    • Minimum of (2) two years direct related work experience.  



    • Ability to communicate effectively over in person or in writing.

    • Able to work in a fast-changing, stressful environment where you must be flexible and learn quickly.

    • Computer knowledge. Experience with password resets, Desktop trouble shooting, applications support, and/or servers highly desirable

    • Desktop Support skills, Active Directory, Group Policy, Office 365, VMWare, Share-point, Skype for Business, Spice-work exp preferred.

    • Understanding of LAN and WAN topologies, wireless technologies, firewall concepts

    • Bilingual in any language a plus.


    Company Description

    AGENCY OVERVIEW

    At Volunteers of America - Chesapeake & Carolinas, we provide services in MD, DC, VA and the Carolina’s, we are an affiliate under the Volunteers of America National Organization. As a whole, Volunteers of America is more than a non-profit organization. We are a ministry of service that includes more than 16,000 employees nationwide and more than 70,000 volunteers working together to help individuals who need our help the most. We firmly believe that our employees drive the success of the organization. With success in mind as the ultimate goal, we strive to create and provide an environment that offers challenging, stimulating and financially rewarding opportunities. Our tag line is “Helping America’s most vulnerable”.

    Volunteers of America - Chesapeake & Carolinas provides housing through affordable living communities for seniors, families and those with disabilities in North Carolina and South Carolina. The opening of our first affordable housing program in 1992 spurred further development of properties which allows residents increased independence.

    Volunteers of America - Chesapeake & Carolinas serves veterans needing residential stability in 27 North Carolina counties. Through its transitional housing program for veterans who are homeless and its employment service, VOA Carolinas seeks to empower one of the nation’s most vulnerable groups. With the motivation of our Founders and the veteran-centric Values of the Staff and Volunteers our Veterans Programs demonstrate a result-oriented focus to its services.

    Volunteers of America - Chesapeake & Carolinas also provides health care and support for elders living in the home so they may remain living at home. With Senior CommUnity Care of North Carolina or PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) elders living in the North Carolina counties of Wake, Durham and parts of Granville will receive the dignity and comfort they deserve.


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    Provide day-to-day support and services for participating veteran households. Has relevant experience in homelessness prevention, rapid re-housing and transitional supportive services.


    Provide key linkages for clients beginning at their intake and assessment following through to their attainment or maintenance of permanent housing in their home community. The position will promote accessibility, outreach to targeted populations, and provide case management, advocacy and wraparound supports and services with the VA and in the community.


    A bachelor’s degree in counseling psychology, rehabilitative counseling, or related human service field is required. A minimum of two years’ experience working with homeless individuals and families including veterans is preferred. Veteran or member of a veteran family is a plus.



    OTHER:



    • This position requires driving your personal vehicle for company business.  Must be privileged to drive according to the criteria set forth by Agency MVR guidelines.

      • Valid driver’s license in jurisdiction of residence

      • Vehicle liability coverage if driving personal vehicle (on occasion, may be required to transport clients in personal vehicle)

      • May be required to drive a van



    • Acceptable Criminal background check, OIG Exclusion check

    • Negative Drug and TB Screening

    • CPR/First Aid Certification must be acquired and maintained once employed


     
    PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES:



    • Coordinate outreach efforts for the SSVF Program including but not limited to: establish an outreach plan to target the three categories of participants as outlined in the SSVF program guidelines, develop a set schedule to visit the VA, shelters, and other places that homeless and low-income veteran families are likely to congregate, and develop communication/ updates with the VA and other key housing and community providers.

    • Screen potential program participants for program eligibility using VA-approved forms and follow up with applicable agencies to verify information including veteran and income status.

    • Conduct housing and comprehensive supportive services assessments for program participants and develop a comprehensive Family Services Plan.

    • Provide service coordination between the program and community partners, for persons served and their families/supporters.

    • Work with persons served, family members, collaborating housing agencies and professionals to revise service plans and to develop placement, stabilization and follow-up plans. 

    • Provide or arrange for housing support and wraparound services including connections to all eligible VA and mainstream resources to support transition to or maintenance of permanent housing.

    • Travel to housing sites to support persons served, monitor progress and address any health, behavioral or life skills issues.

    • Communicate effectively (under confidentiality rules) with client’s service team to rapidly address and correct issues with services or supports - especially living skills, employment, education, family and socialization.

    • Ensure appropriate use of and documentation of any temporary financial assistance.

    • Ensure that veterans and their families receive services that support rapid re-housing; addressing assessed needs, promoting healthy decision-making, securing financial independence and promoting relationships at home in the community.

    • Ensure participant category reassessments are completed according to specific SSVF requirements.

    • Participate in program and professional supervision, attend required staff and Project

    • Management Team meetings and trainings, and contribute to team-based collaborative planning.

    • Complete all appropriate reporting in HMIS and other systems as required.

    • Complete other duties as needed and requested.


     
    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
    The physical requirements described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential duties of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties.



    • The ability to safely operate a motor vehicle to transport oneself, consumers, and program supplies as necessary.

    • The physical ability to travel to assigned locations, stand, stoop, bend, reach, pull, push, lift, grasp, climb, talk, see, hear and perform basic and light home maintenance activities, and operate office equipment.

    • Move and lift light objects up to 30 pounds such as mail, supplies, files, and equipment.

    • Operating office equipment requiring continuous or repetitive hand/arm movements.

    • The ability to remain in a sitting position for extended periods of time.


     
     
    EFFECTS ON END RESULTS:
    Veteran housing, employment, family, social support and life-skill issues are rapidly addressed and supports and services are amended or adjusted as required to ensure maintaining housing, economic stability or attainment of benefits, and socialization of veteran and family in their home community. Veterans receive appropriate transition and service plans and supports. Client file documentation is complete and timely. Statistical information is documented and reported.
     
    OTHER DUTIES:
    Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice. 


    Company Description

    AGENCY OVERVIEW

    At Volunteers of America - Chesapeake & Carolinas, we provide services in MD, DC, VA and the Carolina’s, we are an affiliate under the Volunteers of America National Organization. As a whole, Volunteers of America is more than a non-profit organization. We are a ministry of service that includes more than 16,000 employees nationwide and more than 70,000 volunteers working together to help individuals who need our help the most. We firmly believe that our employees drive the success of the organization. With success in mind as the ultimate goal, we strive to create and provide an environment that offers challenging, stimulating and financially rewarding opportunities. Our tag line is “Helping America’s most vulnerable”.

    Volunteers of America - Chesapeake & Carolinas provides housing through affordable living communities for seniors, families and those with disabilities in North Carolina and South Carolina. The opening of our first affordable housing program in 1992 spurred further development of properties which allows residents increased independence.

    Volunteers of America - Chesapeake & Carolinas serves veterans needing residential stability in 27 North Carolina counties. Through its transitional housing program for veterans who are homeless and its employment service, VOA Carolinas seeks to empower one of the nation’s most vulnerable groups. With the motivation of our Founders and the veteran-centric Values of the Staff and Volunteers our Veterans Programs demonstrate a result-oriented focus to its services.

    Volunteers of America - Chesapeake & Carolinas also provides health care and support for elders living in the home so they may remain living at home. With Senior CommUnity Care of North Carolina or PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) elders living in the North Carolina counties of Wake, Durham and parts of Granville will receive the dignity and comfort they deserve.


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    Are you looking for a career and not just a job? Are you passionate about helping others? If you possess these qualities, then Volunteers Of America would love for you to join our family!


    Career Requirements:


    Hourly Rate:$13.50 Paid Weekly


    Position requires an active Certified Medication Technician Certification. Prior experience in a treatment facility required. Current CPR certification. Valid driver’s license. F-T & P-T Hourly


    ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:


    1. Monitor the self-administration of medications, observe the clients for adverse medication reactions, monitor for “cheeking” or other abuse of medications. Obtain vital signs as necessary. Verify the patient and follow the seven rights of medication administration.


    2. Document what medications were given for the day on the medication administrator record (MAR) chart.


    3. Reports to the nurse on duty general and specific information pertaining to the response of the residents to their medications or treatments and any other pertinent or appropriate information.


    4. Attends all mandatory meetings and in-services.


    5. Participates in a med pass audit at any time.


    6. Other duties as assigned by RN Manager or Nurse on duty.


    Daily Goals:


    1.Empower families by increasing their awareness of Alcohol/Drug addiction and


    choosing recovery.


    2. Comply with all regulations and requirements as outlined in the Volunteers of America's Policies and Procedures.


    3. Model agency core values of integrity, compassion, diversity, commitment & justice to all internal and external contacts



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    Job Description

    Reporting to the Manager of Human Resources, the Human Resources and Volunteer Coordinator (HRVC) is responsible for supporting the Manager of Human Resources in all aspects including recruitment, on boarding, compliance, benefits and payroll. Additional duties may include communication of policies, employee development and training, regulatory compliance, administration, and disciplinary processes. This position is also responsible for functions including outreach, recruiting, selecting, and training the volunteers assisting at Choice in Aging (CiA). The HR and Volunteer Coordinator must be able to communicate effectively with volunteers, CiA staff members and clients. This position requires the ability to work independently, manage time effectively, lead by example and promote professional and effective communication in all aspects of this job. The HRVC works as a member of the CiA team providing health and social services to frail elders and adults with disabilities to meet CiA’s mission of promoting dignity and independence for those in need.

    Essential Functions:

    Recruitment:
    1. Review and edit job postings for on-line, internal and external distribution. Create a recruitment strategy for each position, which could include posting job openings on internet (Craigslist, Zip Recruiter etc), outreach into the community or utilizing other recruitment tools. Oversee the selection of candidates and coordinate interview and reference checking process.
    2. Create phone, in person interviewing question, interview teams and interviewing schedule.
    3. Train and advise hiring supervisors on resume review, interview questions, and best practices on selecting candidates who meet the posted job requirements. Maintain files of resumes received.
    4. Understand all employment labor laws as it pertains to recruitment, hiring,

    On Boarding:
    1. Plan and conduct new employee orientations and on boarding to foster positive attitude toward organizational objectives. Ensure that:
    a. All new hire paperwork is created, completed, signatures obtained and copies forwarded onto appropriate divisions and filed in the personnel filing cabinet in a timely manner.
    b. Register all new employees in the Maxwell Health portal; send new employees their login and password information. Provide Maxwell Health portal training via email to new employees prior to their first day on the job to ensure benefit package is reviewed and completed within the first 30 days of employment.
    c. Create email, computer login, drives and passwords as well as access to calendars (PTO, Special Events, and Conference Room).
    d. On boarding plan is created for each job classification, schedule orientation and meet and greets with appropriate staff, ensuring all aspects of on boarding is executed in a timely manner for all new hires.
    e. New hire information, documents and forms within the Maxwell Health portal and the Orientation Checklist are completed by new employees and if a hard copy, filed in their personnel file.
    f. Live Scan fingerprinting, and TB checks (where required) are completed and results meet our standards.
    g. Licensing and degree confirmation takes place when required and DMV reports are ordered for any employee who will drive on the job and the results are reviewed ensuring the candidate meets CiA’s standards.
    Compliance:
    1. Ensure EEOC, OSHA, and other required reports are submitted within identified deadlines.
    2. Create, update and file all personnel records ensuring confidentiality at all times.
    3. Ensure all employee Maxwell Heath documents and forms are submitted, meeting eligibility deadlines.
    4. Coordinate all appropriate ergonomic evaluations with our occupational therapist; ensure all recommendations are reviewed and if approved, schedule maintenance and/or order necessary supplies; ensure all reports are filed in the employee’s personnel file in a timely manner.
    5. Respond to all employment verification, unemployment and disability paperwork and related correspondence in a timely manner.
    6. Ensure all required labor / employment notices are ordered and posted at each center.

    Benefits and Payroll:
    1. Provide each employee with the appropriate benefit package and ensure all new employees receive access and training for the Maxwell Health portal prior to first day of work.
    2. Evaluate and provide feedback to the Manager of HR regarding current benefit package and other benefit options, including but not limited to alternative health, 403(b) plans, flexible spending accounts and PTO.
    3. Manage annual open enrollment process and benefit enrollment and changes throughout the year.
    4. Collaborate with payroll regarding workers’ compensation or leave of absence in regards to integrating.

    Determine the Need for Volunteers
    1. Work with CiA staff at both locations to determine how volunteers can support program needs.
    2. Differentiate the volunteer needs between ongoing support and special events.
    3. Anticipate the need for additional volunteers and follow the trends of volunteer participation to determine ongoing recruiting.

    Determine the qualifications; create the training materials for supervisors and volunteers
    1. Create on board steps and materials for supervisors and volunteers.
    2. Identify educational/language/background/credentialing requirements for volunteers.
    3. Train supervisors on all on boarding steps and materials
    4. Collaborate with supervisors, ensuring successful on boarding for each volunteer.
    5. Create evaluation process to ensure volunteer program meets all expectations; adjust recruitment, on boarding and training as needed.

    Develop systems to support volunteer programs
    1. Develop volunteer program goals and policies.
    2. Advise on budget for the volunteer programming,
    3. Develop a process to recognize volunteers.
    4. Develop database for tracking volunteer assignments
    5. Develop online interface for volunteer sign-up.
    6. Establish communication processes with CiA departments receiving volunteer support.

    Recruit and Train Volunteers
    1. Use a variety of methods to attract suitable volunteer candidates, including but not limited to advertisements in newspapers, online postings and job fair attendance.
    2. Present to large community groups including but not limited to Rotary, youth volunteer organizations, school groups, etc. Be creative and think outside standard recruiting paths.
    3. Work with social, civic and local organizations to develop partnerships, where appropriate, to develop and/or utilize volunteers.
    4. Interface with other non-profit organizations to learn best practices for recruitment. Included but not limited to Hospice, local soup kitchens, Meals on Wheels, nursing homes, food banks,etc.
    5. Articulate clearly and enthusiastically the benefits of volunteering at CiA.
    6. Interview potential volunteers to determine if they are a good fit for the organization.
    7. Schedule orientation and training sessions for all volunteers. Coordinate orientation and training session with HR Coordinator and management team.
    8. Ensure all volunteer paperwork is completed with human resources including application, fingerprinting, TB test, flu shot, photo release, release of liability, and HIPAA form.

    Schedule Volunteers
    1. Work closely with supervisors to come up with a schedule that supports program goals and objectives.
    2. Coordinate with the Fundraising and Outreach team to schedule, train and lead volunteers for all special events.

    Volunteer Program Review
    1. Track volunteer hours and create reports.
    2. Work with supervisors to review program success and make adjustments as needed.

    Outreach
    1. Support marketing and outreach departments’ goals related to all CiA program needs.
    2. Assist management team by attending community events such as health fairs to spread the mission of CiA and recruit volunteers.
    3. With program Manager approval, review existing participant records to ensure marketing department has appropriate contact information for families and caregivers to be used for newsletter and fundraising database.
    4. Determine whether existing participants have completed photo release approval forms.
    5. Work with existing caregivers and families to ensure they are familiar with the CiA website, newsletter, activity calendar and facebook.
    6. Develop protocol to convey new information to marketing department as new participants enroll or as new information is received for existing program participants.

    Determinants of Success:

    1. Displays enthusiasm and passion for service and Choice in Aging’s mission.
    2. Maintains confidentiality of work related information and materials and maintains the highest level of professional standards at all times.
    3. Displays organization and time management skills needed to perform responsibilities on a consistent basis.
    4. Demonstrates exceptional organizational skills with ability to perform and prioritize multiple tasks seamlessly with excellent attention to detail, resulting in having the ability to meet tight deadlines and handle multiple projects.
    5. Ability to learn quickly, works under pressure, responds calmly to emergencies, and is flexible;
    6. Demonstrates a proactive approach to problem-solving with strong decision-making capability.
    7. Highly resourceful team-player, with the ability to also be extremely effective independently.
    8. Reflects a positive image to the staff, participants, and community.
    9. Advanced knowledge and skill in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint in order to create documents, invitations, presentations, spreadsheets and mailers.
    10. Has a positive can do attitude.
    11. Demonstrates the ability to collaborate effectively with diverse populations.
    12. Communicates clearly, effectively, respectfully and cooperatively with management, co-workers, participants, families and caregivers;

    Minimum Qualifications:

    1. Bachelors Degree and two years experience performing the functions described above preferably in a nonprofit or service agency or has the ability to fulfill the items listed in the determinants of success section.
    2. PHR/SPHR/SHRM certification preferred.
    3. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
    4. Demonstrate advanced knowledge and skill in email, internet search and usage, Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint in order to create documents, such as but not limited to invitations, presentations, spreadsheets and mailers.
    5. Previous job history working as a member of a team.
    6. A valid California Driver’s License, clean DMV report, own form of transportation and current auto insurance is required and must pass the Livescan fingerprint background check.

    Typical Physical Demands:

    1. Requires prolonged sitting, some bending, stooping and stretching.
    2. Requires eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate a keyboard, photocopier, telephone, calculator, other office equipment and a motor vehicle.
    3. Requires normal range of hearing, eyesight, and speech.
    4. Requires excellent command of the English language to record, prepare, and communicate appropriate reports and to communicate with employees, outside agencies, and other necessary bodies face to face, by telephone, and by written communication.

    Typical Working Conditions:

    1. This job entails working in a typical office setting, driving, working in different environments such as but not limited to corporate offices and Adult Day Health Care sites;
    2. On occasion, CiA requires some weekend and evening work; typically calendared.

    Company Description

    At Choice In Aging/Choice in Learning we are working hard to "promote dignity and independence of people of all ages, from the young children in our Montessori preschool to the seniors we serve in our Adult Day Health Care Center and our other community outreach senior support programs.


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    Juniper Village is dedicated to nurturing the spirit of life in each individual whose life we touch so that we may all live fully throughout all seasons of life. We do this by encouraging an active body, an engaged mind and a fulfilled spirit.


    Juniper Village owns and operates assisted living and skilled care communities in four regions across the country. The company’s operations are designed and managed to provide the finest quality personal service and exceptional care to foster healthy and independent lives for those who live and work in our communities. The company’s team of experienced committed individuals is deeply committed to achieving the company’s mission and balancing quality in service, program and environment with financial stability and prosperity.


    Assists in the implementation of the Connections program of the community to ensure the maximum levels of resident leisure contentment, as well as physical, mental, and psychological wellbeing.


    Opportunities Available:
    • Companion Visit Volunteers



    • Provide one-on-one visits with residents

    • Interview residents and family to gain knowledge of their personal history and interests.

    • Accompany and assist associates during off-campus outings with residents


    • Programming Volunteer



    • Assist the connections team during a scheduled program

    • Share a current hobby or interest with the residents at Juniper

    • Develop and lead programming


    • Entertainment Volunteer


    • Share a musical or performing arts talent with our residents

    • Pet Therapy Visits


    • Requires up to date Rabies vaccination certificate

    • Perennial Players Volunteers


    • Assist resident actors during rehearsals for upcoming theater performances

    • Delivery Volunteers


    • Deliver newsletters, mail and packages to residents across campus

    • Music and Memory Volunteers


    • Assist the Performing Arts Coordinator in developing and creating personalized mp3 playlists for residents living with Dementia

    Requirements:
    o Must be 18 years or older (if not, must be accompanied by an adult)
    o Criminal Background Check required
    o Reference Checks if applicable
    o Provide your own transportation to and from Juniper
    o Two-step PPD (Mantoux) skin test required (for Rehab and Skilled Nursing community only)- Provided by Juniper if applicable


    Company Description

    CENTRE COUNTY'S ONLY BRONZE QUALITY AWARD WINNING REHABILITATION & SKILLED NURSING

    Juniper Village at Brookline Rehabilitation & Skilled Nusring is dedicated to nurturing the spirit of life in each individual we serve. We believe that the keys to healthy aging are an active body, an engaged mind and a fulfilled spirit. No matter what the individual limitations might be, through our Alive in All Seasons Program, we encourage and respect each resident individuality and ability to remain physically fit, socially connected to friends and family and have their spiritual needs fulfilled. The staff at Juniper Village deliver care with a holistic health care approach.

    In addition to skilled nursing care, Juniper Village offers physical, occupational and speech therapies administered by licensed and certified staff devoted to helping you reach your optimum level of living.

    Nestled in the serene valleys of Mt. Nittany in picturesque Central Pennsylvania, Juniper Village at Brookline enjoys a beautiful environment both inside and outside the residence. Bright, open common areas, fireplace, and outdoor courtyard are available for enjoyment. Residents are encouraged to decorate their own rooms to reflect their own personal style.

    Juniper Village at Brookline's Rehabilitation & Skilled Care community is located in State College, near the neighboring towns of University Park, Lemont, Houserville, Pine Grove Mills, Boalsburg, Julian, Pleasant Gap, Stormstown, and Bellefonte, PA.

    Juniper Village at Brookline strives to nurture the spirit of life in each individual we serve by providing an environment and range of senior living programs that encourage an active body, an engaged mind and a fulfilled spirit. Juniper has developed several signature programs for senior living, designed to enhance the well-being of our residents and staff:

    Juniper University/In Touch
    Juniper Village at Brookline prides itself on its commitment to life-long learning and provides all individuals, including staff, opportunities to deepen their understanding of the aging process to promote wellbeing. The In Touch College empowers Associates to recognize and care for residents individuality while enhancing the Associates careers.

    Connections
    Juniper believes that staying connected to our friends, families, and the communities in which we live, are essential elements in healthy aging. Our Connections and Alive in All Seasons programs provide a wide range of opportunities for residents to remain physically fit, mentally active, and socially engaged.

    Green Canopy
    Innovative designs and practices that demonstrate our respect and caring for the earth we share. Our choice of environmentally-friendly building materials, energy systems and cleaning supplies to create the healthiest possible environments for our residents, staff and neighbors. Juniper is proud to be the first long-term care company to build and operate an assisted living residence employing the standards of the US Green Building Council "Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design" (LEED) program.

    Partners in Caring
    Unique programs and partnerships with families and community-based health care providers that offer the latest thinking and innovation techniques for healthy aging of body, mind and spirit.

    Wellspring Memory Care
    Juniper Wellspring program is uniquely designed to meet the special needs of individuals living with pronounced memory challenges. The Wellspring program creates a life-affirming therapeutic environment which emphasizes individual strengths as well as needs and supports wellness for our residents and their families.

    First Impressions
    Lovely, nurturing environments that open the door to the comfort, familiarity, and peace of home. Our Associates foster a sense of belonging while at the same time promote independence and individuality.

    Pride in Practice and Performance
    Juniper Village at Brookline assures that the highest possible quality of service is provided in each of our communities through our Pride in Practice and Performance assessments by measuring, reviewing, analyzing and recognizing problematic trends then implementing solutions to provide residents and families with the best possible experience.

    R.E.S.P.E.C.T.
    Juniper focuses on Associate welfare and satisfaction. R.E.S.P.E.C.T. includes our In Touch training, professional development and communications. Of course, Juniper also has formal and informal Associate recognition programs including our unique Giraffe and Juniper Spirit awards and an annual week-long celebration.

    H'art and Soul of Dining
    Juniper dining program is designed to not only meet resident physical needs, but their emotional and social needs as well. Our art and Soul of Dining program provides a perfect balance of nutritious and delicious food choices, comfortable atmosphere and ambiance, social interaction, cleanliness and a spirit of service.


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    MISSION: Reconciliation Services' mission is to cultivate a community seeking reconciliation to transform Troost from a dividing line into a gathering place, revealing the strength of all.


     


    Position Title: Assistant Volunteer Coordinator


    Type of Position: Part time (15 hours/week)


    RS is an equal opportunity employer


     


    Position Overview


    The Assistant Volunteer Coordinator is an essential role, facilitating the coordination of all volunteers in Thelma’s Kitchen. The Assistant Volunteer Coordinator will work primarily with neighbors who come in to exchange their service for a meal. The Assistant Volunteer Coordinator will build relationships with walk-in volunteers, introducing them to other RS programs and opportunities for longer term involvement. This facilitative position requires a combination of compassion, firmness, patience, and discernment. 


     


    Key Responsibilities



    • Provide 1:1 instruction to community members interested in exchanging volunteer service for a meal. 


    • Affirm and communicate the value of volunteer service in Thelma’s Kitchen by revealing the strength of each person who comes to volunteer.


    • Communicate with all RS team members regularly to advise of possible developments, opportunities for volunteer recognition, or concerns.


    • Work with the RS team to recruit, select, orient, train, supervise, and retain volunteers. 


    • Communicate with volunteers on-site, and through email and phone calls


    • Assist with scheduling, tracking, and monitoring of volunteer activities.


    • Evaluate walk-in volunteer abilities, work progress, record and reward his/her work.


    • Provide input into additional/alternative job duties for community members.


    • Attend team meetings weekly and all staff meetings monthly. 


    • Demonstrate kindness, professional work ethic and excellent interpersonal skills to promote a positive image of TK. 


    • Assist food prep including but not limited to serving.


    • Carry out other tasks and duties as assigned by the Director of Programs and Operation



     


    Qualifications:



    • High School diploma or equivalent (GED)


    • Ability to work independently 


    • Excellent interpersonal skills


    • Highly resourceful with strong communication skills


    • Emotional intelligence, and cultural competence


    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and experience with database management


    • Excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability to communicate the mission and philosophy of RS


    • Excellent interpersonal and public relations skills and the ability to be welcoming to all volunteers


    • Strong customer service skills and a commitment to social justice


    • Flexibility and the ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment, and to respond quickly to changing conditions


    • Excellent organizational skills, the ability to prioritize tasks, and to work both independently and collaboratively



    Company Description

    Reconciliation Services [RS] has worked with the community at 31st and Troost Avenue for more than 30 years. We work to cultivate a community seeking reconciliation, to transform Troost Avenue from a dividing line into a gathering place, revealing the strength of all. We have innovated an intentional continuum of care, working to seek racial and economic reconciliation one heart at a time, through strengths-based Healthy Community Services, Social and Mental Health Services, and Economic Community Building Services. We see our work as more than offering short-term services to those in crisis. We come alongside our vulnerable clients with companionship, tools, and skills, to help them discover their strengths and contribute to community building. Our continuum of care helps clients move from emergency to greater self-sufficiency in a supportive and culturally competent environment.


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    Job Description


    2020 is almost here, now is the time to start a new career with Volunteers of America! Do you have the ability to mentor individuals using grace, integrity and compassion? Our clients need leadership from someone who can commitment to their success! We are looking for an Employment Specialist who can assist our clients in the New Albany Indiana area that are labelled intellectually/developmentally disabled. They need assistance choosing ,obtaining and retaining employment in their community. Employment Specialist will Initially assess the client for an appropriate career, then develop the client for the career. And when a position is secured, provide ongoing support for him/her. ​


    Schedule: Full-Time


    Hourly Pay Rate: $14.00


    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:



    • Coordinate career planning/assessment process for program participants through a person focused determination of interests, strengths, skills, abilities, and needed supports.

    • Provide motivation, support and counseling as necessary to enhance job readiness for people seeking jobs.

    • Identify labor and employer needs utilizing job development activities, which may include employer contacts, job restructuring, needed accommodations, negotiating duties and compensation.

    • Promote and facilitate integration of the employee into work and community culture through natural supports related to advocacy, positive co-worker relationships and formation of linkages with community resources and services.

    • Initiate process to secure performance/satisfaction feedback from employee/employer and funding source and utilizes results to improve services.

    • Work individually and/or with support team members to make efficient use of time and generate required levels of production. Maintain records and progress reporting systems in compliance with agency and position standards/ regulations.

    • Work cooperatively with co-workers, individuals seeking services, the people in that person’s life, Vocational Rehabilitation, BDDS, and various vendors.

    • Must be physically capable of performing diverse job functions to assist individuals in learning their job duties. Such physical acts include, but are not limited to: standing for long periods of time, bending, mopping, sweeping, pushing, lifting items of various weight, and possess manual dexterity skills to operate various tools and equipment. In addition, must be able to generate case documentation and communicate on the telephone.


     


    Company Description

    Volunteers of America Mid-States creates positive change in the lives of individuals and communities through a ministry of service. We provide housing solutions that keep homeless families together to helping displaced veterans get back on their feet, Volunteers of America Mid-States serves more than 21,000 people throughout Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia and Clark and Floyd Counties in Indiana every year.


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    Job Description


    Our company is currently seeking ​an employee to handle Accounts Payable/ Receivables to join our team!


    Responsibilities:



    • Accounts Payable

    • Accounts Receivable

    • General book keeping

    • Set-up new vendors as required

    • Research and solve payment discrepancies

    • Perform data entry and administrative duties


    Qualifications:



    • Previous experience in Quickbooks (Required)

    • Ability to prioritize and multitask

    • Strong organizational skills

    • Deadline and detail-oriented


    Company Description

    Volunteer NDT Corporation provides rental, erection, and dismantling services for all scaffolding and safe access applications. This includes but is not limited to supported access towers, suspended scaffolds, stair towers, and internal/external vessel scaffolding.


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    Job Description


    JOB SUMMARY


    The Medical Biller supports the Director of Billing and Utilization Management in the performance of all record keeping, claims tracking/billing, and payment posting of the District of Columbia’s I/DD programs. The Medical Biller will possess the ability to interact positively with others in an office/service environment with excellent customer skills. He/she must be able to write and communicate well; perform appropriate office tasks such keeping records, scanning, checking mail, etc. Considerable data entry will be required. He/she must possess the ability to complete Medicaid billing requirements and navigate HCFA documentation and the DMAS system.


    REQUIREMENTS



    • High school diploma or GED required and

    • 3 to 5 years of experience working as a Medical Biller or within a related field.

    • Working experience with CPT-10 Coding

    • Excellent experience with recovery and denied claims.

    • Excellent Computer Skills in Microsoft Office and office products.

    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

    • Proven ability to for conflict resolutions

    • Bilingual in any language a plus

    • DC Medicaid experience is a plus


    RESPONSIBILITIES


    · Assist with the handling and maintenance of medical and financial records of persons served.


    · Works closely with Executive Program Director, Billing/Records Manager and Program Coordinators in ensuring that all record-keeping meets compliance standards with various regulatory entities to include but not limited to: Department of Disability Services, Department of Health, Quality Trust, Department of Health Care Finance, Medicaid and internal quality assurance standards.


    · Maintain documentation of all census data as submitted by Coordinators, complete necessary Medicaid billing forms accurately and submit to Medicaid for payment. Provide support in tracking of denials and resubmittals. Maintain accurate and organized filing of all documents submitted and reports issued.


    · Accurately complete all required data entry.


    · Coordinate all incoming and outgoing correspondence; dating and stamping all documents as appropriate.


    · Handle the opening and closing procedures of the office.


    · Under the direction of the supervisor, complete program reports accurately and disburse them in a timely manner.


    · Support submitting credit card receipts and reconciliation requests.


    · Collect, track and document payments as identified by Program Director or Billing Office.


    · Process and code all incoming invoices as approved by the Director and submit to Accounts Payable for payment.


    EFFECT ON END RESULT


    · Accurate and complete records.


    · Efficient administrative support for the staff and persons supported.


    · Efficient functioning of the DC I/DD business office.


    · Presents a good public image of VOAC and its purpose.


    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS


    The physical requirements described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential duties of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties.


    · The ability to safely operate a motor vehicle to transport oneself, consumers, and program supplies as necessary.


    · The physical ability to travel to assigned locations, stand, stoop, bend, reach, pull, push, lift, grasp, climb, talk, see, hear and perform basic and light home maintenance activities, and operate office equipment.


    · Operating office equipment requiring continuous or repetitive hand/arm movements.


    · The ability to remain in a sitting position for extended periods of time


     


    OTHER DUTIES


    Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.


    Company Description

    AGENCY OVERVIEW

    At Volunteers of America - Chesapeake & Carolinas, we provide services in MD, DC, VA and the Carolina’s, we are an affiliate under the Volunteers of America National Organization. As a whole, Volunteers of America is more than a non-profit organization. We are a ministry of service that includes more than 16,000 employees nationwide and more than 70,000 volunteers working together to help individuals who need our help the most. We firmly believe that our employees drive the success of the organization. With success in mind as the ultimate goal, we strive to create and provide an environment that offers challenging, stimulating and financially rewarding opportunities. Our tag line is “Helping America’s most vulnerable”.

    Volunteers of America - Chesapeake & Carolinas provides housing through affordable living communities for seniors, families and those with disabilities in North Carolina and South Carolina. The opening of our first affordable housing program in 1992 spurred further development of properties which allows residents increased independence.

    Volunteers of America - Chesapeake & Carolinas serves veterans needing residential stability in 27 North Carolina counties. Through its transitional housing program for veterans who are homeless and its employment service, VOA Carolinas seeks to empower one of the nation’s most vulnerable groups. With the motivation of our Founders and the veteran-centric Values of the Staff and Volunteers our Veterans Programs demonstrate a result-oriented focus to its services.

    Volunteers of America - Chesapeake & Carolinas also provides health care and support for elders living in the home so they may remain living at home. With Senior CommUnity Care of North Carolina or PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) elders living in the North Carolina counties of Wake, Durham and parts of Granville will receive the dignity and comfort they deserve.


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    Associate Business Manager II/Financial Analyst (NJA270)
    Rahway, NJ 07065, USA Req #349
    Tuesday, August 20, 2019
    Volunteers of America, Inc. (VOA, Inc.) is a national, faith-based human services organization that was founded in New York City in 1896 and has remained at the forefront of social service ever since, helping individuals and families in need overcome obstacles to living safe, healthy and productive lives in the community. The largest of the affiliates, Volunteers of America-Greater New York (VOA-GNY) serves tens of thousands of men, women, and children in need every year, through 80 programs staffed by 1,300 skilled and dedicated staff, throughout New York City, Westchester County and Northern New Jersey.

    VOA-GNY's life-changing, often life-saving work impacts the lives of individuals and families who are homeless and those at risk of homelessness, families recovering from domestic violence, children with developmental delays, individuals living with HIV/AIDS or behavioral health issues, older adults and veterans struggling to reintegrate. VOA, Inc. is one of the largest providers of permanent, supportive housing in the United States. VOA-GNY is the largest provider of supportive housing for veterans in New York, and is committed to addressing the needs of the community with compassion, creativity, respect, and therapeutic models that inform our work.

    Volunteers of America is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled

    FUNCTION:

    The Associate Business Manager II/Financial Analyst is a key member of the finance team supporting the day-to-day operations of the sector's Business Office, furthering the finance and program administration goals of the organization. Applies sound business practices to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the sector's programs. Provides support and advises the Business Manager on financial and operational matters in accordance with Volunteers of America - Greater New York, Inc. policy and procedures. This position will supervise the (2) Associate Business Manager I.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:


    Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance with a minimum of three years of relevant financial and operational experience, including at least one year in a s u p ervisory capacity, or satisfactory combination of education and experience is required. Relevant experience includes similar fiscal and operational roles in a social service agency with federal and/or New Jersey state government agency contracts, or internal audit or public accounting experience, who is able to translate her/his understanding of agency funding, controls and work flow into effective and efficient fiscal operations and process improvement.

    This employee will possess solid knowledge of accounting practices and principles and strong organizational and analytical skills, with the ability to prepare budgets, account analysis and reconciliations, variance analysis and financial reports. S/he will be detail-oriented and able to prioritize, plan and execute work assignments and to take initiative to ensure necessary work is handled efficiently and accurately. S/he will also have a collaborative work style and excellent interpersonal skills. Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Office suite with especially strong Excel skills is required.

    SUPERVISORY ROLE:

    This position does have supervisory responsibilities.

    PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Participate in all aspects of the sector's budgets processes, including the annual operating budget, contract budgets and modifications and RFPs. Develop an understanding of the sector's revenues and expenses. Maintain knowledge of cost principles.
  • Supervise the sector's Accounts Payable and Billing team. Cross-train in Accounts Payable and Billing functions in order to serve as back-up as needed to meet billing and reporting deadlines. Monitor and report on receivable balances and oversee the resolution of arrears. Assist to effectively track and disseminate pertinent fiscal information to the sector's programs, and serve as a resource to other agency staff regarding all budgetary and financial functions.
  • Assist in preparing contract expenditure reporting. Obtain familiarity of funder requirements and submission deadlines. Contribute to automating and streamlining processes to enhance operational efficiencies.
  • Assist with cost allocation methodologies and documentation; monitor the flow of Personnel Change Notices and ensure allocation documentation supports entries into the accounting systems. Review labor distribution and reconcile to financial statements.
  • Review invoices and monitor selected operational expenses, including overtime, to ensure costs are reasonable, allocable, allowable, and supported in compliance with policies, procedures and regulations.
  • Prepare standard journal entries for daily business transactions and month-end closing for review by the Business Manager. Analyze and reconcile various general ledger and sub-ledger transactions and account balances to ensure accurate financial reporting.
  • Prepare monthly and quarterly variance analyses of budget to actual results with comprehensive explanations and documentation. Monitor and report on flexible budget limitations.
  • Prepare and maintain accounting and related records and files, and participate in the fiscal year-end and internal audit processes. Identify and facilitate opportunities for improvement of financial processes. Develop and maintain templates to quantify and monitor fiscal and operating results, including dashboards and flexible limit worksheets. Provide monthly and ad hoc reporting as requested.
  • Participate in software implementations by providing feedback on user needs and workflows and by reviewing and testing functionality. Aid in the organization and control of Business Office's physical and electronic documents. The sector's financial documents are current, organized and readily accessible for internal, funder and audit requests.
  • Perform other related duties as required.




  • CLOSING STATEMENTS :

    Volunteers of America offers a comprehensive benefits package to help protect
    you and your family, top-notch training opportunities, and an energetic and
    professional work environment.

    Make a living by making a difference. Apply online today! Volunteers of America is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled.

    Other details
    • Pay Type Salary
    • Job Start Date Tuesday, August 20, 2019


    • Rahway, NJ 07065, USA


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    Strong interpersonal skills, as much of this job requires interacting with volunteers and nonprofit organizations while partnering bothRespond to volunteer requests in a timely fashionAssist to coordinate all trip logistics for volunteersAccurately document communications and logisticsCreate volunteer platform to update and track volunteer informationAssess volunteer availability and schedulingCoordinate partner agencies volunteer needsAssist partner agencies collect volunteer data and hours to be reportedGive debriefings at the end of each volunteer experienceEncourage engagement with NHDCMaintain updated records and routinely track volunteer informationKeep volunteers informed about upcoming NHDC and partner eventsBuild strategic partnerships with local businesses and community organizations for fundraising effortsParticipate in outreach and special eventsCommunicate with the Coalition about the role, function and needs of volunteersParticipate in special events, which may take place on a weekend or during holidaysSend thank you notes to volunteersPerform other job-related duties as assignedAcademic, Experience, and Core Competencies Needed:Excellent multi-tasking skillsExcellent verbal and written communication skillsExperience/comfort with public speakingComfort engaging volunteers to support NHDC’s mission beyond just the volunteer experienceAbility to meet deadlinesStrong computer skills; experience in database use a plusProblem solving abilitiesAbility to take initiative and be self-motivatedPositive attitude / capacity to inspire and motivate othersStrong interpersonal skills and ability to work with a diverse range of individualsStrong passion for the work of the NHDCAbility to handle team conflict in a positive mannerAbility to handle swings in workload to accommodate high and low volunteer numbersComfort driving around city to construction sites and events


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