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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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The Diversion Specialist Case Manager (DSCM) will work within the Centralized Intake process located at the Arlington County Department of Human Service (DHS), with minimal supervision, to provide services on a variety of diverse cases. The DSCM cases will be assigned by the Clinical Coordination Unit (CCU) intake worker following an assessment.  All referred clients will meet minimum state requirements. Case management services will be housing-focused providing comprehensive intake assessment to determine appropriate housing options, while diverting from shelter, promoting long term housing stabilization. The Case Manager shall participate as a full and regular member of CCU.




  • Graduation from an accredited four‐year college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in a human services related field.

  • A Master’s degree in a related field is preferred.

  • At least two years of professional experience in mediation, conflict resolution, case management, assessment, counseling, and crisis intervention, and social work experience with the homeless and/or at‐risk populations.

  • Community organizing experience is a plus.

  • Ability to utilize a client-centered and/or motivational interviewing approach to working with clients.


Other needed knowledge, skills and abilities:



  • Ability to work in a team environment and independently with minimal supervision.

  • Ability and desire to engage at risk or homeless clients and develop trusting relationships.

  • Knowledge of the principals and practices of case management.

  • Demonstrates knowledge of available community resources.

  • Knowledge of current homeless and housing issues and methods/approaches to address issues.

  • Ability to analyze case information and to reach sound decisions on the basis of such information.

  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.

  • Ability to use HMIS, establish and maintain case records and to facilitate data collection.

  • Ability to maintain professional ethics and confidentiality of client information.

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with diverse individuals.

  • Ability to schedule and manage workload sufficiently to meet deadlines.


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 Screening

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



PRINCIPLE ACTIVITIES:



  • Participate as a member of the Clinical Coordination Unit, attending meetings and updating information according to the established process (within ETO/HMIS).

  • Meet with the client as assigned or within 24 hours.

  • Complete comprehensive intake assessment, to determine if client may be able to stay in current housing environment or has other housing options for the short term.  Assess what resources may be needed to support any viable short-term housing options.

  • If the client has no existing short-term housing options, gather other information to determine what other housing options might be available to avoid placing client in shelter.

  • For programmatic options gather required documentation and refer client to appropriate case management services or housing location services, as needed.

  • Submit requests for locating housing and for inspections, with case manager collaboration when possible, to the Housing Locator when appropriate. For ESG inspections are required on all units. If the household contains a child under the age of six, a lead based paint inspection is needed

  • Work with the property manager or current landlord to resolve issues relating to conditions of tenancy

  • Ensure that participants who appear eligible expeditiously complete the  housing subsidy application process

  • Authorize payments in accordance with the procedures established by the County

  • Enter and maintain appropriate data  in CSSA/ETO



  • Work in cooperation with DHS, Health Department and other government and community agencies toward meeting program and client services plans goals and objectives.

  • Provides linkage, follow up, facilitation and transportation to clients as needed in order to assist with obtaining housing.

  • Prepares proposals, reports, and statistics for submission as needed or required.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.



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.

  • Occasionally, ability to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body.



EFFECTS ON END RESULTS:




  • Helps provide a safe and supportive environment for clients in need of outreach, homeless and housing services.  Helps place and maintain clients in permanent supportive housing.

  • Ensures clients receive services that meet immediate needs and promote self-sufficiency.

  • Maintains a positive image in the local and professional communities.

  • Provides needed services for the clients and the community.

  • Ensures compliance with agency, Federal, State and local laws and regulations and funding source requirements.

  • Maintains compliance with HPRP models.



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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The School Based Clinician is responsible for providing Comprehensive School Based Behavioral Health services in accordance with VOA Chesapeake's operation as a Comprehensive School Based Provider. In this role, the School Based Clinician provides services as defined in the grant.


 


The School Based Clinician will provide school based behavioral health services that are aligned with the behavioral health unmet needs/gaps within the school and that include prevention, early intervention and treatment to assigned students, teachers, parents and school teams.


 



REQUIREMENTS:


Successful candidates must possess a master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, Substance Abuse, Public Health or a related field, have at least three years’ experience working with children and youth; and have at least one year experience providing case management and counseling. Applicants must have one of the following licenses: LGSW or LGPC). Fluency in Spanish is required.


Most importantly, the successful candidate must be culturally and linguistically competent, able to develop effective working relationships with the consumer population, be self-­ motivated and able to motivate others, possess strong organizational skills, and have strong oral and written communication skills. The individual must also be computer proficient. Individual must be detailed oriented, have excellent writing and oral skills.


 


Company Description

Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas is a faith-based, non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire self-reliance, dignity and hope through health and human services.

Founded in 1896 in Baltimore, MD Volunteers of America Chesapeake was one of the first branches of Volunteers of America - one of the nation's largest and most comprehensive human services organizations. Volunteers of America Chesapeake and Volunteers of America Carolinas merged on July 1, 2019 to form Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas.

Through a dedicated and committed team of management, staff and volunteers and guided by our Core Values: Visionary, One Body, Integrity, Compassion, Excellence, and Faith - Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas helps thousands of people each year throughout Maryland, Virginia , the District of Columbia and the Carolinas at our programs serving:

Neighbors who experience homelessness or are at risk to be homeless
Individuals with mental illness
Individuals with intellectual disabilities
Those in need of affordable housing
Those in need of supportive services
Those recovering from substance abuse addictions
Those involved in community corrections
Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas is one of 33 Volunteers of America affiliates across the United States. Together we help more than 2.5 million people in more than 400 communities.

At Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas our staff of more than 700 and volunteers numbering more than 2,000 coordinate our efforts with other agencies and local organizations to maximize the impact of our work.


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Program: Outpatient Mental Health Clinic (OMHC): Greenbelt and Baltimore - MD Locations


The Outpatient Mental Health Center (OMHC) at Volunteers of America Chesapeake, Inc. offers care for diverse mental health needs in a clinic and community based setting. VOAC is committed to providing a wide range of services organized within a comprehensive therapeutic environment that includes screening and assessment, diagnostic determination, medication management, individual and family counseling, client advocacy, and referral to community resources. The OMHC provides person-centered, individual, group and family therapy, and medication management services. We offer services for life challenges, substance use issues, behavioral issues, depression, anxiety, trauma and persistent mental illness. The OMHC provides services that are age and culturally appropriate and focused on recovery and resiliency.


The goal of the OMHC is to increase the quality of life through the provision of specialized outpatient behavioral health services. The program seeks to:



  • Improve mood and affect in daily living;

  • Improve social, familial, and social adjustment and integration;

  • Reduce the need for a higher level of care.


Outpatient Therapy provides intensive clinical therapeutic services to children adolescents, and adults with identified mental health or substance abuse diagnosis. This service is designed to meet the specific mental health needs of the identified client as they relate to their diagnosis and can be provided in-home, in-office, in-school or other approved/appropriate community setting. Outpatient therapy includes psychoeducational activities/interventions designed to assist the client of the reduction of dysfunction. Services are provided with client-centered and family-centered approaches and are delivered through intensive, time-limited, goal specific interventions.


QUALIFICATION



  • A Masters degree in a Mental Health field (e.g.: Social Work, Psychology, Counseling)


  • Licensure/Certification or Provisional Licensure/Certification Eligible

  • Deliver in-home or in-office services.

  • Provide therapeutic interventions to the identified client in order to enhance and foster the clients optimal functioning and interactions in the home and community.

  • Continually assess client needs, service availability and appropriateness.

  • Work cooperatively with treatment team members and the family in the provision of services to meet the goals developed in the Person Centered Plan.

  • Provide the appropriate documentation for service delivery including treatment goals, progress notes and billing and submit documentation as specified by Medicaid and VOAC standard

  • Counsels individuals or groups regarding psychological or emotional problems, such as stress, substance abuse, or family situations, using evaluative techniques, and develops and implements therapeutic treatment plan

  • Interviews patient to obtain information concerning medical history or other pertinent information.

  • Observes client to detect indications of abnormal physical or mental behavior.


Compensation will be based on experience



Company Description

At Volunteers of America Chesapeake and the Carolina’s, we provide services in MD, DC, VA as 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 and as the ultimate goal, we strive to create and sustain an environment that offers challenging, stimulating and financially rewarding opportunities. Our tag line is “Helping America’s most vulnerable”.


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The primary purpose of the Director of Operations for Maryland Programs is to be responsible for the growth and profitability of Maryland Programs. This position will be required to plan, organize, develop and assist the overall operation and quality improvement of Maryland Programs in accordance with current applicable federal, state and local standards, guidelines and regulations, to assure the highest degree of quality care (for programs) at all times. The core services in Maryland are Housing and Homeless Services, Veterans Services, Work Force Development, Behavioral Health and Substance Use, and Reentry Services spanning in 5 counties in Maryland. This position requires direct involvement with managerial & support staff, and the supervision of monitoring tools on a daily basis to ensure that Maryland Programs are in compliance with governmental funding, and internal requirements.  This position will be responsible for analyzing data to support programs in improving quality for all service lines. This position will be responsible for representing the agency during reviews and corresponding with oversight agencies as directed by the Vice President of Maryland.



A  master’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work, or business related field is required. Incumbent must demonstrate at least five (5) years of operations experience.  Clinical licensure is preferable.  Operational experience in organizations working with Behavioral Health, Community Corrections, Veterans, Housing, Substance Abuse Services and/or Homeless Services is desired.


RESPONSIBILITIES



  • Manage the daily operations of the agency’s Corporate Compliance, Quality Assurance Plan, and organization’s compliance directives/concerns with oversight agencies.

  • Establish and maintain a system for assuring timely and proper follow-up on Corrective Action Plans, Quality Improvement Plans and other issues and corrective actions defined through government reviews, audits and accreditation surveys.

  • Oversee and continually refine the organization’s risk management plan(s) and programs.

  • Conduct regular scheduled compliance and quality assurance reviews and audits

  • Remain abreast of, and maintain a library of, relevant federal and state regulations, requirements and standards of funders.  Provide relevant updates to regional staff and to the overall organization.

  • Develop, initiate, maintain and revise policies and procedures for the general operations to ensure compliance with regulatory systems.

  • Assist with the process of onboarding new programs to ensure they are appropriately set up, licensed, and successfully integrated into the communities.

  • Works cooperatively with stakeholders in various governing agencies and regulatory bodies in assigned areas to maximize and improve the effectiveness of service delivery.

  • Assists VP with monitoring and communicating opportunities for new program development, and expansion of existing programs throughout the service area.   Assists with new program development & implementation, and expansion opportunities.

  • Supports VOAC management and other programs’ activities as assigned. 

  • Financial Management of all programs and executing strategies to optimize growth.

  • Attend & Participates in meetings, trainings and conferences as needed.

  • Performs other program management and strategic level duties as assigned.  (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). 

  • Respond to alleged violations of rules, regulations, policies, procedures, and Code of Conduct by supporting and/or conducting investigative procedures.

  • Work with the Organizational Excellence department as the Program’s lead on data and training systems.


OTHER
  • This position may require driving a company and/or personal vehicle, so the candidate must be privileged to drive according to the criteria set forth in Agency MVR guidelines, to include:


  • 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

  • Negative Drug and Tuberculosis screening

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



Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:



  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills;

  • Analytical skills to evaluate data and make operational decisions;

  • Culturally competent with an ability to work with individuals from diverse backgrounds;

  • Ability to research, prepare, maintain and review reports and documents timely and accurately;

  • Keen attention to detail and flexibility to work with different aspects of the organization;

  • Ability to multitask and meet deadlines;

  • Skilled in the operation of relevant computer systems and simple office machines.

  • Must be well organized and detail oriented.


Physical Requirements:


Work environment involves everyday risks or discomforts that require normal safety precautions typical of such places as offices, e.g., use of safe work place practices with office equipment, and/or avoidance of trips and falls.


The above job description is not intended as, nor should it be construed as, exhaustive of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions associated with this job.


Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this job.


EFFECT ON END RESULT:



  • Programs operate in compliance with agency policy and state and contractual requirements with effective management and operations within budgets.

  • Services are provided which effectively address identified individual needs and enable individuals to progressively become more independent and self-sufficient in the community.

  • Services are provided by staff trained, privileged and competent to perform assigned duties.

  • Positive and effective local and professional community relationships are developed and maintained, including with contractual and funding sources, regulatory agencies, professional associations and our neighbors.

  • Maintenance of existing business and program and services opportunities are developed and expanded as available in the service areas.

  • Oversight, guidance, support and training are provided to all services programs in The Carolinas ensuring quality and continuity of services.



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

Volunteers of America is a national, nonprofit, faith-based organization dedicated to helping those in need rebuild their lives and reach their full potential. Through our hundreds of human service programs, including housing and healthcare, Volunteers of America touches the lives of 1.5 million people in over 400 communities in 46 states as well as the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico each year.

Volunteers of America National Services – Housing and Healthcare Under One Roof. Volunteers of America National Services (VOANS) is a separate nonprofit subsidiary of Volunteers of America governed by a Board of housing and healthcare experts. VOANS is the affordable housing and senior healthcare arm of Volunteers of America. VOANS is one of the nation’s largest non-profit developers and owners of affordable housing in the nation.

Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas is an affiliate of the National Volunteers of America and with our 830+ employees, we provide services in MD, DC, VA and North and South Carolina. 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 service in mind as the ultimate goal, we strive to create and provide an environment that offers challenging, stimulating and financially rewarding opportunities for our employees. For more details, on this visit www.voachesapeake.org

The Mid-Atlantic Neighborhood Development Corporation. will be a premier non-profit regional affordable housing developer in the mid-Atlantic region. Mid-Atlantic Neighborhood Development Corporation (MANDC) is a joint venture partnership between Volunteers of America National Services and Volunteers of America – Chesapeake & Carolinas. The purpose is to continue the efforts of developing affordable housing opportunities to those who are most in need throughout Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia.


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Do you have a passion for nonprofits, for teaching others, and for positively impacting the lives of girls? Are you successful at providing extraordinary customer service, developing and delivering excellent training for adults in a variety of delivery methods, and meeting performance goals? If yes, then the Girl Scout Council of the Southern Appalachians is seeking a talented Volunteer Development Manager like you based out of its Chattanooga Service Center. Under guidance of the Director of Girl Experience, the Volunteer Development Manager collaborates with external partners, Girl Scouts of the USA, and all Council teams to design, develop, and deliver highly effective training content to improve volunteer, parent, and girl member satisfaction and retention.


MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS



  • Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in education, business, English/communications, or a related field. (Significant professional experience in training/education may substitute for degree.)

  • At least two years of experience in creating and/or delivering training to adults.

  • Valid Driver’s License with personal transportation.

  • Experience with Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE) preferred but not required at entry.

  • Maintenance of Girl Scout membership throughout employment. (Adult Girl Scout members may be female or male.)


To apply for position, please email resume and cover letter/email to careers@girlscoutcsa.org. Alternately, a resume and cover letter may also be mailed to Human Resources, Girl Scout Council of the Southern Appalachians, 1567 Downtown West Blvd., Knoxville, TN 37919. Please note job title in your email subject line or in your cover letter. Deadline to apply is 4:30 p.m. (Eastern) on Monday, August 17, 2020 or until position is filled.


Full job description available at www.girlscoutcsa.org/en/our-council/careers.html on and after August 3, 2020.


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Company Description

The Girl Scout Council of the Southern Appalachians (GSCSA) serves 46 counties from southwest Virginia, through east Tennessee, and into northwest Georgia.


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The Residential Services Worker is responsible for monitoring the activities of Shelter participants and for ensuring compliance with program rules and conditions.  He/she is also responsible for ensuring the safety of participants and the security and sanitation of the program both at the Center and at faith sites. The Residential Services Worker also coordinates and provides transportation as needed. The Residential Services Worker provides direct support to participants as needed.


The successful candidate with a B.A. Degree in Human Services or related field with 1 year community based social services experience or other related experience with vulnerable populations is preferred.  A High School Diploma/GED and at least 2 years community based social services experience or other related experience with vulnerable populations is acceptable.


Requirements include the ability to interact and communicate effectively with others.  The Residential Services Worker must be able to prepare written reports; monitor and direct program activities; be a liaison between faith site volunteers, community volunteers, other VOAC staff and program management, and ensure the safety and security of program operations.


The ability to communicate orally and in writing effectively is required.


This is an awake position at all times.


OTHER:



  • This position may require driving program vehicles including a 15 passenger van, as well as 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 15 passenger van



  • Acceptable Criminal background check, OIG Exclusion check

  • Negative Drug Screening

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


PRINCIPLE ACTIVITIES:



  • Monitor operations of the program and reporting to Director.

  • Maintain a comprehensive written record of events in the program log that occur during shift.

  • Maintain participant sign in/out sheets, attendance log as well as all other logbooks and records.

  • Provide intake, assessment and referral as needed to single homeless individuals applying for overnight housing.

  • Review each set of individual intake forms for completion of individual’s data and information having individual sign and complete staff witness signature and date.

  • Set up an attendance form for each person at intake.  

  • Control contraband in facility through general observation, room and package/purse searches if deemed necessary.

  • Ensure facility and faith site cleanliness and monitor participant cleaning assignments when directed.

  • Monitor participant behavior to ensure compliance with VOAC’s policies.

  • Supervise groups, presentations and life skill programs. Work with presenter to meet material and space needs and ensure attendance is taken at each activity.

  • Conduct routine inspections of the facility, faith sites and grounds.

  • Work with contracted bus company drivers to ensure vehicle capacity and safety.

  • Conduct periodic fire drills and perform other safety duties as directed to ensure safety of participants.

  • Provide support to participants as needed.

  • Monitor operation of facility and faith site equipment and report malfunctioning to the Director or at faith sites the lead faith volunteer(s).

  • Monitor security of facility, vehicles and faith site spaces.

  • Attend staff meeting and training as directed.

  • Perform duties as outlined in Program Operational Manual.


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.


EFFECT ON END RESULTS:



  • Ensures a safe, secure and efficient facility and program 24 hours a day.

  • Ensures safety of clients, faith volunteers and staff in fire and other emergencies.

  • Ensures clients’ compliance with VOAC policies and rules.

  • Encourages the clients’ successful completion of the program.


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

Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas is a faith-based, non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire self-reliance, dignity and hope through health and human services.

Founded in 1896 in Baltimore, MD Volunteers of America Chesapeake was one of the first branches of Volunteers of America - one of the nation's largest and most comprehensive human services organizations. Volunteers of America Chesapeake and Volunteers of America Carolinas merged on July 1, 2019 to form Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas.

Through a dedicated and committed team of management, staff and volunteers and guided by our Core Values: Visionary, One Body, Integrity, Compassion, Excellence, and Faith - Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas helps thousands of people each year throughout Maryland, Virginia , the District of Columbia and the Carolinas at our programs serving:

Neighbors who experience homelessness or are at risk to be homeless
Individuals with mental illness
Individuals with intellectual disabilities
Those in need of affordable housing
Those in need of supportive services
Those recovering from substance abuse addictions
Those involved in community corrections
Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas is one of 33 Volunteers of America affiliates across the United States. Together we help more than 2.5 million people in more than 400 communities.

At Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas our staff of more than 700 and volunteers numbering more than 2,000 coordinate our efforts with other agencies and local organizations to maximize the impact of our work.


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Company Description

Felix is a luxury lifestyle magazine currently serving Chicago, Los Angeles and New York. The pages of this glossy publication cover the latest trends in fashion, fine dining, nightlife, arts and culture. Featuring ultra luxe fashion profiles, restaurants, and the season's must-have accessories from the world's top writers and stylists.

Luxe Media, LLC and Felix Magazine are the marketing names of The Aparecio Foundation, NFP ("TAF"). Luxe Media, LLC. is committed to developing a fun and productive work culture that is conducive to positive results!

We offer a uniquely open environment that demands initiative and imagination from every single team member that are heard, tested, and genuinely empowered to lead by example and create lasting impacts on our organization, its programs, and the community. This is an unpaid internship/volunteer opportunity.

Job Description

The Advertising Sales Associate generates advertising pages and revenue by identifying prospects, developing strategic plans, preparing presentations, negotiating rates and schedules, and communicating results or problems to management. He/she maintains and expands the advertising client base in beauty, entertainment and finance. The associate is responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with key advertising decision makers. This individual represents the company at trade shows and industry events to promote business, where appropriate, and completes all forms and processes paperwork for assigned accounts.

Qualifications


  • Effective sales skills, negotiation techniques and superior communication skills are essential to the job.

  • A proven ability to plan, develop and implement sales strategies that produce results is necessary.

  • Strong understanding of the internet sales and media planning process.

  • Ability to develop custom marketing proposals and ideas.

  • Ability to handle details related to client campaigns, optimization and campaign reporting.

  • Proficiency with Powerpoint and Excel.

  • A passion for women's economic opportunities

  • Must be a full or part-time student and working toward a degree

  • Must be eligible to receive school credit and commit to 2-3 days a week for 3 months or a college graduate with 1+ years experience

  • Excellent command of the English language



Additional Information

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.


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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

Juniper Villages 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.
Together, we nurture the spirit of life.


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Job Description


Job Title: Volunteer Coordinator


Department: Community Building & Engagement


Reports To: Co-Director of Community Building and Engagement


FLSA Status: Exempt


Approved By: CEO


Approved Date: November 5, 2019


Salary: $42,400 - $60,400



Summary: Coordinates Dwelling Place Volunteer programs and provides support for Dwelling Place Marketing Programs.



Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:



Primary responsibility for coordination of an effective Volunteer Program including:



Volunteer Programming


Recruitment, orientation and training of volunteers


Planning volunteer projects that:


Increase engagement with Dwelling Place Board members, staff and residents


Improve the appearance and functioning of Dwelling Place properties


Expand services to residents in neighborhoods where Dwelling Place is active


Increase public awareness of Dwelling Place


Increase donor support for Dwelling Place


Are accessible to residents and community members


Offer diverse volunteer opportunities to different types of volunteers



Volunteer debriefing and recognition


Tracking, evaluating, reporting and updating of the volunteer program



Secondary responsibilities for coordination of effective Marketing & Branding and Community Outreach including:


Marketing


Reporting on the effectiveness of marketing and branding activities


Implementation of the Branding Plan for Dwelling Place


Community Outreach


Maintaining routine communication with volunteers, funders, contributors, media and the general public


Collecting and sharing Dwelling Place stories with the public


Identifying new community groups, businesses and persons who could support the mission of Dwelling Place


Representing the organization at public or private events


Coordination, facilitation and tracking of in-kind collections drives



Supervisory Responsibilities This job has no staff supervisory responsibilities but may be responsible for the supervision of volunteers and/or contracted vendors.





Competencies To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies:



Use of Technology/Equipment - Demonstrates required skills; Adapts to new technologies or equipment; Troubleshoots technological problems; Uses technology/equipment to increase productivity; Keeps technical skills up to date. Experience with CRM software.



Job Knowledge - Competent in required job skills and knowledge, including but not limited to volunteer programs and training, branding, communication, social media, marketing and fund raising; Exhibits ability to learn and apply new skills; Keeps abreast of current developments; Requires minimal supervision; Displays understanding of how job relates to others; Uses resources wisely.



Problem Solving - Identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner; Gathers and analyzes information skillfully; Develops alternative solutions; Works well in group problem solving situations; Uses reason even when dealing with emotional topics.



Dependability - Follows instructions, responds to management direction; Takes responsibility for own actions; Keeps commitments; Commits to long hours of work when necessary to reach goals; Completes tasks on time or notifies appropriate person with an alternate plan.



Project Management - Develops project plans; Coordinates projects; Communicates changes and progress; Completes projects on time and budget; Manages project team activities.



Relationship Building - Builds rapport up, down, and across the organization; Establishes collaborative relationships to achieve objectives; Seeks win-win solutions to conflict; Develops network of professional contacts; Displays empathy and tolerates diverse viewpoints.



Oral Communication - Speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations; Listens and gets clarification; Responds well to questions; Demonstrates group presentation skills; Participates in meetings.



Planning/Organizing - Prioritizes and plans work activities; Uses time efficiently; Plans for additional resources; Sets goals and objectives; Organizes or schedules other people and their tasks; Develops realistic action plans.



Adaptability - Adapts to changes in the work environment; Manages competing demands; Changes approach or method to best fit the situation; Able to deal with frequent change, delays, or unexpected events.



Initiative - Volunteers readily; Undertakes self-development activities; Seeks increased responsibilities; Takes independent actions and calculated risks; Looks for and takes advantage of opportunities; Asks for and offers help when needed.



Innovation - Displays original thinking and creativity; Meets challenges with resourcefulness; Generates suggestions for improving work; Develops innovative approaches and ideas; Presents ideas and information in a manner that gets others' attention.



General Competency - To contribute to the Dwelling Place mission, each employee must possess skills beyond the technical requirements for the position. An employee must also demonstrate the ability and capacity to work with others in a manner that fosters trust, cooperation and a positive team esprit de corps. Dwelling Place expects each employee to maintain high ethical standards in their interactions with customers, other staff, vendors and the public generally. Dwelling Place employees are also expected to be dependable, to be respectful of others, to use sound judgment, to seek out new opportunities for learning and to communicate effectively with others.



Customer Service - Manages difficult or emotional customer situations; Responds promptly to customer needs; Solicits customer feedback to improve service; Responds to requests for service and assistance; Meets commitments.



Qualifications To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.



Education and/or Experience Bachelor's degree and experience in volunteer coordination, marketing, and/or communications.



Language Skills Excellent oral and writing skills. Ability to prepare and edit accurate and compelling written materials for internal use and for public presentation. Ability to speak effectively before groups of funders, donors, residents, staff, board members and other community groups.



Mathematical Skills Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs.



Professional Licenses, Certificates, Registrations Valid Michigan Driver's License and vehicle.



Reasoning Ability Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.



Employees must abide by all Dwelling Place policies including but not limited to the Dwelling Place Code of Ethics and personnel policies.







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Preble Street is seeking a Volunteer Manager. This role is responsible for sharing the Preble Street story to engage volunteers in direct service and agency support, including recruiting, orienting, and scheduling volunteers; monitoring the effectiveness of volunteer efforts; assuring volunteer satisfaction and promoting the value of volunteers. The Volunteer Manger is also accountable for supervising the Development Resource Assistant in all aspects of the position responsibilities.


 


Job Requirements


• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience


. • 1-3 years in volunteer and/or program management in a nonprofit environment.


• Understanding of the issues people face who are experiencing homeless and living in poverty and how they relate to human behavior.


• Excellent oral and written communication skills.


• Strong personnel management skills.


• Ability to establish boundaries and set limits with a diverse population.


• Ability to work independently and manage time effectively.


• Community outreach, public speaking preferred.


• Experience in a social service setting preferred.


Company Description

Preble Street is about people.

Passionate and generous people who say with our founder, Joe Kreisler, “I am a human being. Part of my job, part of being alive, is making sure that other people are too.”

People who believe that families living in poverty should not have to go hungry, that no one should have to be on the street when they are tired or sick or cold, that youth who have no home should not have to live in fear and danger.

People who see dignity, worth, and potential in community members experiencing homelessness.

And most of all, the courageous people who come to Preble Street seeking help to overcome unimaginably difficult circumstances—disabilities, abuse, unemployment, substance use, isolation, language barriers.

People working together to turn hunger and homelessness into opportunity and hope through programs that operate 24/7/365 to meet the needs of 500 people each day.


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Do you have a passion for serving others? Join our team as a Direct Support Professional. This position supports individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities in their development of basic living and social skills with the primary goal of integrating into the community.


Multiple shifts available (morning, afternoon, evening, overnight)


Sign-on Bonus


Here’s an idea of what you’ll be doing:



  • Provide for the complete care of the individuals, including direct supervision of activities of daily living (grooming, eating, bathing, toileting, dressing, and personal hygiene).

  • Maintain the individual’s home and equipment in a safe, clean condition and report repair needs in a timely manner.

  • Provide reinforcement of counseling and therapy activities; corrects unacceptable behavior.

  • Provide assistance with medications and the performance of tasks.

  • Maintain documentation as required by organization policies and procedures.

  • Prepare meals and provide assistance with meal planning and preparation as indicated by the individual’s need.

  • Assist in facilitating inclusion in community activities, use of natural supports, social interaction, participation in leisure activities, and development of socially valued behaviors.


Qualifications:



  • Possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License, Auto Insurance, and a Social Security Card

  • Working knowledge of basic computer functions.

  • Maintain an acceptable driving record, Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation criminal history checks, and Community Service Registry Record checks

  • Have reliable transportation

  • Possess and maintain a working telephone contact number.


 


Our company offers a competitive salary, medical insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, paid holidays, vacation, sick leave, and a retirement savings plan.


 


Volunteers of America Oklahoma is dedicated to helping over 2,600 of Oklahoma’s most vulnerable including veterans, the aging, the homeless and the disabled in 29 counties in Oklahoma



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Virginia B. Andes Volunteer Community Clinic, Inc. is hiring a Full Time CPA Staff Accountant.


Hiring Contact: Suzanne Roberts, M.ED Chief Executive Officer sroberts@volunteercare.org


Job Classification: Full time salary, Administration Services


The position is open until filled. Compensation & Paid PTO and vacation benefits.


Job Responsibilities / Essential Duties:


· Manage all aspects of day to day bookkeeping and accounting processes including but not limited to: A/P, A/R, journal entries, and bank reconciliation in  accordance to GAAP.


· Receive, approve, and, when necessary, investigate VBA accounts payable invoices in a timely manner.


· Code accounts payable.


· Communicate (both in verbal and written form) with VBA, VBA suppliers, vendors, and banking contacts.


· Keep track of VBA assets.


· Handle VBA mail.


· Prepare appropriate schedules and reports, as requested by Chief Executive Officer.


· Receive and deposit all organizational revenue into VBA bank accounts.


· Prepare monthly and quarterly financial reports, including standard financial reports, budget vs. actual reports and grant-specific financial reports.


· Manage time tracking process for employees with hours billable to grants, utilizing online time tracking tool, and extract data to make appropriate payroll entries for financial and grant reporting.


· Handle investment processing.


· Receive, review, post and mail invoice statements.


· Coordinate with outside CPA and Auditors in preparation of year-end audit and IRS 990/State filings.


· Ensure compliance in daily operations of human resources. Duties include but are not limited to the following areas: employment, employee relations, orientation and training, benefits, compensation, organizational development and administration. Execute bi-monthly payroll activities using a 3rd party payroll service provider.


Perform other duties as assigned by the Chief Executive Officer.


Education, Experience and Skills Required:


Prior experience required in Business Management and Non Profit Services. CPA licensure required. Minimum of 5-10 years responsible accounting or bookkeeping experience in the private sector and or a nonprofit organization including accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, general ledger, financial reports to include financial management of grants, foundations , donor contributions and in-kind services.


Experience in QuickBooks is required.


· Ability to perform several tasks concurrently with ease and professionalism.


· Ability to operate calculator, computer, and other general office equipment.


· Experience in Quick books computerized accounting software. Must also be able to do a manual set of books, if needed.


· Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, verbally and in writing, in English.


· Must be able to keep VBA matters strictly confidential.


· Must have excellent interpersonal skills and customer service skills.


· Excellent written and verbal communication skills.


· Effective leadership and team building skills required; ability to work with a wide variety of volunteers and community partners by using tact,    diplomacy, and flexibility required.


· Ability to work independently onsite within the context of the team required.


· Cross-cultural sensitivity required.


· Commitment to the Free Clinic concept and philosophy of care.


 


 


Company Description

Virginia B. Andes Volunteer Community Clinic, Inc. (VBA) 501 (c) 3 non profit organization serving Charlotte County, Florida.
Mission Statement
It is the mission of the Virginia B. Andes Volunteer Community Clinic to provide no cost medical, pharmacy and wellness services to the under-served in Charlotte County, Florida.


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Reporting to the Marketing & Communication Manager and the Vice President, North Carolina Region, the Community Outreach Coordinator for North Carolina develops and coordinates community engagement activities designed to promote the organization and its services to the community and to bring publicity to the organization. Coordinates and supports fundraising and volunteer activities and events, and develops and cultivates relationships with community members. Works to promote the positive profile of the organization. Reports to the Marketing & Communications Manager and the Vice President for the Carolina Territory.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES



  • Plans and coordinates community awareness events and projects that meet the mission of the organization, including virtual and in-person program tours, Operation Backpack® and the Victory for Our Veterans campaign

  • Works with Marketing & Communications Manager to promote activities and events to media

  • Works with Community Outreach Team Lead in Maryland to coordinate multi-regional projects like Operation Backpack®

  • Works with Individual Giving Manager to convert volunteers into donors and contact donors for community awareness events and projects

  • Works with program staff in planning, organizing community events taking place at program sites

  • Supports the organization’s overall marketing communications strategy

  • Build relationships and partnerships with businesses and local organizations

  • Works with community partners to coordinate in-kind donations to programs


Volunteer Coordination



  • Plans and coordinates volunteer projects, including project development, volunteer

  • recruitment and project management.

  • Develops and cultivates relationships with volunteers

  • Responsible for the volunteer activities and project assignments

  • Responsible for the collection and disbursement of volunteer forms

  • Serves as point of contact for volunteers

  • Develops and cultivates relationships with faith community in partnership with the Chaplain for the Carolina Territory

  • Develops and cultivates relationships with corporate community

  • Develops and cultivates relationships with service groups

  • Inputs and manages volunteer hours in donor database


EFFECT ON END RESULT



  • Increase community awareness of Volunteers of America Chesapeake and Carolinas services and program impact in the DMV area.

  • Ensure a consistent number of volunteers are ready and available to provide the additional support for program activities. 

  • Ensure a consistent internship programs and connection to local colleges by working with the Human Resources Support Unit to develop an educational environment. 


PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS


  • The ability to safely operate a motor vehicle to transport oneself and/or equipment as necessary

    • The physical ability to travel to assigned locations, stand, sit, 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 objects up to 30 pounds such as computers, monitors, files, etc.

    • Operate 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. 




  • Associates Degree in business or related field required.  Bachelor’s Degree a plus not required.

  • At least 5 years of experience in community outreach, event coordination, and implementing marketing campaigns

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills

  • Experience with traditional and digital fundraising preferred

  • Experience working for a nonprofit preferred

  • Experience working with a human services organization preferred

  • Experience with Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge or similar donor management software preferred

  • Experience with Luminate or similar email marketing software preferred

  • Skills in graphic design and web content management a plus

  • Bilingual in any language a plus

  • PLEASE SUBMIT A COVER LETTER along with application and resume


Company Description

Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas is a faith-based, non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire self-reliance, dignity and hope through health and human services.

Founded in 1896 in Baltimore, MD Volunteers of America Chesapeake was one of the first branches of Volunteers of America - one of the nation's largest and most comprehensive human services organizations. Volunteers of America Chesapeake and Volunteers of America Carolinas merged on July 1, 2019 to form Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas.

Through a dedicated and committed team of management, staff and volunteers and guided by our Core Values: Visionary, One Body, Integrity, Compassion, Excellence, and Faith - Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas helps thousands of people each year throughout Maryland, Virginia , the District of Columbia and the Carolinas at our programs serving:

Neighbors who experience homelessness or are at risk to be homeless
Individuals with mental illness
Individuals with intellectual disabilities
Those in need of affordable housing
Those in need of supportive services
Those recovering from substance abuse addictions
Those involved in community corrections
Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas is one of 33 Volunteers of America affiliates across the United States. Together we help more than 2.5 million people in more than 400 communities.

At Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas our staff of more than 700 and volunteers numbering more than 2,000 coordinate our efforts with other agencies and local organizations to maximize the impact of our work.


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ORGANIZATION:


International Medical Relief (www.internationalmedicalrelief.org) has been providing international travel services for humanitarian volunteers for 18 years. We are currently recruiting for a new team member to interact directly with our volunteers traveling with our IMR as well as manage the day to day office duties including phone answering, replying to email correspondence, trip preparations for volunteers, assisting management with international host logistics and more.


QUALIFICATIONS:


The ideal candidate will be affable and energetic. We are looking for a strong relationship builder. A college degree is required and a master’s degree is preferred. Our ideal candidate is experienced, committed, very positive attitude, action-oriented, efficient, has a high attention to detail, has integrity, has excellent listening, communications and organizational skills, and passionate about service to complement our growing organization.


JOB DESCRIPTION:


Daily tasks include:


· Manage the office with incoming telephones and emails from prospective and confirmed volunteers.


· Prepare volunteers traveling internationally for short term humanitarian work through regular communications including texts, emails, calls, and conference calls.


· Assisting volunteers with proper documentation for travel and work abroad.


· Assist with organization of outgoing supplies and donations to volunteers prior to departure and retrieval of supplies for returning team members.


· Assist with both group and team travel as well as individual customized travel for participants.


REQUIREMENTS:


This full-time position is open to any qualified applicant within the 48 States, Alaska, and Hawaii. It is required that the position takes place at the IMR offices at 1600 Emerson Street, Denver, Colorado and the warehouse in Loveland, Colorado. Some weekend and evening hours may be necessary.


Strong customer service skills are required along with the ability to multi-task. This position must have flexible work hours that would include nights and weekends.


EXPERIENCE:


· College Degree Required


· 2+ Years of Relevant Experience


COMPENSATION & BENEFITS:
Starting pay commensurate with experience - averaging $30,000-50,000/per year.


Holiday pay is for 6 days per year (New Years Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day)


Vacation pay is 40 hours per year, available at the hiring anniversary, and accrued thereafter.


Non-paid off 14 days per year. Health insurance offered after 3 month probation period.


Job Type: Full-time - M-F 9AM to 5PM MST.


This is not a remote position.


Job Type: Full-time


 


Company Description

International Medical Relief (www.internationalmedicalrelief.org) provides acute medical and dental care and health education in an urgent care setting where patients have limited or no access to health care. We work in 50 countries and have served over 300,000 patients in our 20-year tenure. We conduct an average of 60 trips annually which include acute clinics, community health training and provider training and partnerships as well as some surgical trips. We are among the largest providers of short-term medical missions worldwide.


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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 Dallas 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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Eras Senior Network
Job Title: Retired and Senior Volunteer Program Manager
Location: Milwaukee County (North, Northwest and Central City Neighborhoods)


 


· You are experienced in volunteer program management.


· You are a natural connector and have an outreach network in Milwaukee.


· You thrive on juggling priorities and are a creative problem solver.


· You are looking for an opportunity where you can shape the launch and growth of a volunteer program in a new territory.


· You care about your community knowing that what you do makes a difference in the lives of older adults every day.


 


If this is you, we would like to tell you a little about us.


Eras Senior Network is THE nonprofit leader in creating communities where seniors and adults with disabilities are fully embraced through collaborative partnerships, coordination of services, and intergenerational volunteer activities.


The mission of Eras Senior Network is to engage and support seniors, adults with disabilities, and family caregivers in leading meaningful lives.


Eras Senior Network is currently seeking a Retired and Senior Volunteer Program Manager for Milwaukee county. The program will be mainly focused on older adults in the North, Northwest and Central City neighborhoods.


Overview of Responsibilities - Retired and Senior Volunteer Program Manager


· Comply with all regulations for the Corporation for National and Community Service relevant to RSVP. 45 CFR 2553.


· Manage the day-to-day responsibilities for the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of Milwaukee County, including planning, coordinating & responding to volunteer inquires, volunteer applications, volunteer orientation and training sessions, volunteer satisfaction activities & overseeing placements in RSVP stations.


· Outreach and recruitment throughout Milwaukee County, concentrating efforts in the North, Northwest, and Central City neighborhoods.


· Appropriately and effectively communicate with volunteers to ensure volunteer satisfaction with RSVP.


· Appropriately and effectively communicate with volunteers to ensure volunteer satisfaction with RSVP.


· Develop and maintain partnership with RSVP stations to ensure satisfactory volunteer experience with appropriate community partners.


Key Performance Indicators - Retired and Senior Volunteer Program Manager


· Leadership of RSVP volunteer recruitment for Milwaukee County to meet three-year goal of 250 active volunteers by 12/31/2022.


· Management and leadership development of two RSVP Coordinators.


· Oversee accurate and timely entry of all program information in NewOrg database. Maintain volunteer database & required tracking documentation. Produce monthly & quarterly volunteer reports and required funder reports.


· Oversee processing of volunteer applications within determined timeline. Oversee and take part in onboarding of RSVP volunteers, including interviewing, training, scheduling & supervising volunteer assignments. Conduct new volunteer orientations.


· Maintain accurate and appropriate records for all service activities. Ensure that information is available for all reports, complete funding reports.


Skills, Knowledge and Experience - Retired and Senior Volunteer Program Manager


· High level of initiative, works in a primarily self-directed way to achieve goals


· Excellent written and verbal communication skills reflecting excellent customer service skills.


· Meticulous attention to detail with strong emphasis on thoroughness, accuracy and follow up.


· Ability to manage multiple shifting projects and tasks simultaneously.


· Team player who can work independently while simultaneously meeting deadlines.


· Good attention to detail, the ability to multitask and organize.


· Flexibility to adapt, positive attitude towards change, and a constructive and creative approach to problem solving.


· Commitment to Eras Senior Network’s mission and values.


Required Education & Skills - Retired and Senior Volunteer Program Manager


· Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communication, human services or related field OR A minimum of two to three years’ experience with volunteer management.


· Problem-solving skills, passion to exceed volunteer, client, team and organization expectations.


· Excellence Microsoft 365, database, other skills as needed to reach goals


 


Competencies - Retired and Senior Volunteer Program Manager


Working together: Participates in agency-sponsored events, staff meetings, discussion, and committee assignments to carry out Eras Senior Network’s Mission.


Communication & Influencing: Informs others clearly, convincingly and listens to maintain good working relationships with volunteers, referral sources, team members and community.


Managing Knowledge: Keeps up to date with readily accessible knowledge relevant to job duties.


Striving for Excellence: Responds to feedback and strives to meet objectives and goals as set forth in performance evaluations.


Managing Resources: Organizes own work to meet objectives on time and is aware of team workloads.


Leading for the Future: Is enthusiastic about Eras Senior Network’s mission, lives Eras Senior Network’s values and is open to new ideas and change to drive mission.


Thinking Strategically: Understands the context of own role and performance on team and agency mission.


Delivering Results: Produces work of acceptable quality on time; responds to requests and addresses issues in an effective manner.


 


 


We Make It Easy: You can apply in less than two minutes. No passwords or accounts to register or sign up!


Our organization participates in e-Verify


As an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, sex, protected veteran status, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, HIV/AIDs status, marital status, domestic partner status, sexual orientation, gender identity (transgender status), weight, height or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law or ordinance.


 


 


 


Company Description

Eras Senior Network is THE nonprofit leader in creating communities where seniors and adults with disabilities are fully embraced through collaborative partnerships, coordination of services, and intergenerational volunteer activities.


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Job Description


Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) are responsible for supporting activities of people enrolled in programs and living in homes operated by Volunteers of America Chesapeake and Carolinas (VOACC).  DSPs will teach independent living skills to the people and provide support with all activities of daily living. Additionally, the DSP will facilitate community integration, maintain the person’s safety and well-being in accordance with the Scope of Work and VOAC policies and procedures while contributing to the upkeep of the program environments. 



(Note:  In the programs, it is critical for assigned DSPs to understand that all people enrolled are considered “medically fragile and clinically involved.”  For example, peoples enrolled in these programs, in addition to having developmental and/or intellectual disabilities, may also have complex medical issues, use wheelchairs, oxygen tanks, feeding tubes, or various other adaptive equipment in their everyday lives.)



  • Earned a high school diploma or GED from an accredited educational institution

  • Be able to read, write, and speak the English language and have the ability to communicate with the people to whom services are provided

  • Perform basic computer skills



Preferred selection may be given to persons who have:


To ensure needs of persons served as identified by the IDT are met and satisfaction of the person is achieved. To ensure that the program is operated in compliance with the Scope of Work, VOACC policies and procedures and licensing and all Medicaid regulations.



PRINCIPLE ACTIVITIES:



  • Provides support for people as necessary to ensure needs as identified by the Inter-Disciplinary Team (IDT) are met.

  • Communicates with families, members of the IDT, the person’s day program and other providers of services and supports as necessary and appropriate.

  • Instructs, supports and participates in performing household tasks with people such as cleaning, preparing meals, food shopping, etc. as identified in the ISP.

  • Assists people in developing daily living skills by identifying and meeting social, environmental and health care needs.

  • Assists people in their daily grooming and personal care routines.

  • Implements Non-Violent Crisis Prevention Intervention responses as trained and specified in the person’s Behavior Support Plan and ISP. 

  • Responds, as trained and instructed in emergency medical situations.

  • Performs crisis intervention as trained and provides assistance as needed.

  • Actively plans, coordinates and participates with people in social activities including frequent community outings.

  • Participates in assessment processes and serves on the IDT as appropriate.

  • Transports people and/or provides mobility training to assist people to go on appointments, community rehabilitation programs, grocery shopping, etc.

  • Documents activities and behaviors of people in files as designated, on data sheets, in log books, and various other forms as required.  (This may also include the use of electronic records.)

  • Prepares food according to developed menus, menu protocols, peoples’ likes and dislikes and prescribed diet.

  • Attends staff meetings, training in-services, house and program meetings as directed.

  • Ensures compliance with VOAC program requirements, environment-specific rules as well as those regulations from all monitoring entities.

  • Inspects the home/program environments and reports repairs and maintenance as needed.

  • Ensures fire and other safety procedures are carried out as directed -- including participation in routine fire drills and emergency drills.

  • Checks for proper sanitation and security conditions within the home/program environment.

  • Notifies supervisor and monitors activities of visitors to the home/program environment.

  • Maintains up-to-date knowledge of VOAC policies and procedures.

  • Understands role as a mandated reporter of suspected abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
     
    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 people with disabilities to perform the essential duties.



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

  • The ability to operate office equipment requiring continuous or repetitive hand/arm movement.

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

  • 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.

  • The physical ability to move and lift light objects up to 30 pounds such as mail, supplies, files, and equipment.

  • The physical ability to lift, transfer, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects.

  • The physical ability to lift, transfer, carry, push, pull a person served when required through routine assistance or during an emergency.
     
    EFFECT ON END RESULT:



  • To ensure needs of persons served as identified by the IDT are met and satisfaction of the person is achieved.

  • To ensure that the program is operated in compliance with the Scope of Work, VOAC policies and procedures and licensing and all Medicaid (ICF, Waiver, and other) regulations.
     
    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

Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas is a faith-based, non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire self-reliance, dignity and hope through health and human services.

Founded in 1896 in Baltimore, MD Volunteers of America Chesapeake was one of the first branches of Volunteers of America - one of the nation's largest and most comprehensive human services organizations. Volunteers of America Chesapeake and Volunteers of America Carolinas merged on July 1, 2019 to form Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas.

Through a dedicated and committed team of management, staff and volunteers and guided by our Core Values: Visionary, One Body, Integrity, Compassion, Excellence, and Faith - Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas helps thousands of people each year throughout Maryland, Virginia , the District of Columbia and the Carolinas at our programs serving:

Neighbors who experience homelessness or are at risk to be homeless
Individuals with mental illness
Individuals with intellectual disabilities
Those in need of affordable housing
Those in need of supportive services
Those recovering from substance abuse addictions
Those involved in community corrections
Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas is one of 33 Volunteers of America affiliates across the United States. Together we help more than 2.5 million people in more than 400 communities.

At Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas our staff of more than 700 and volunteers numbering more than 2,000 coordinate our efforts with other agencies and local organizations to maximize the impact of our work.


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Job Description


4pm-12am shift - Supervisory Group Home Behavioral Health position


FUNCTION: 


Residential Coordinators (RCs) are ultimately responsible for the daily health, safety, and well-being of individuals receiving services, safety of their living environments and the recruitment, scheduling, training and supervision of the staff providing direct support services. All services are to be provided in a manner consistent with Volunteers for America Chesapeake and Carolinas values, mission, principles and in accordance their policies, and practices as well as state licensing standards. Residential program sites operate 24 hours a day 7 days a week, 365 days a year.  Residential Coordinators report to the Program Director


REQUIREMENTS



  • High School diploma with at least 5 years of experience working directly with people with intellectual or developmental disabilities; or an Associate’s degree in a human services field with at least 2 years of experience with people with intellectual or developmental disabilities; or a Bachelor’s degree in a human services field.

  • The RC is responsible for the overall operation of assigned program sites. Specific work schedules for RCs are determined by the needs of the supported individuals and program.  RCs will design their schedule in advance and gain approval from the Program Director. All schedules will contain appropriate supervision levels as defined in the person-centered plans and reflect the best interest of the people receiving support.

  • RCs are scheduled to work 40 hour “flex schedules” each week to monitor program routines and individual progress. Schedules of the RC are to include weekly opportunities to observe and participate in the following:

    • Morning shift: Observation of morning routines and support with Activities of Daily Living, breakfast time, transportation, medication administration, day program or work routines, and collection of supporting documentation that verifies supports and training rendered. 

    • Evening shift: Observation of evening routines and support with activities of dinner preparation and quality, showering time, medication administration, sleep routines, and collection of supporting documentation that verifies supports and training rendered.

    • Overnight Routine (to include overnight supervision and documentation)

    • Community outings

    • Weekend activities (once monthly, minimally )



  • RCs are expected to:

    • Respond within one business day to emails and phone calls; during the week, including phone calls at night from staff to ensure programmatic efficiency and continuity.

    • Participate in weekend on-call rotation and submit a timely written report to the Program Director and Management team of significant events encountered during on-call rotation.

    • Ensure appropriate staffing ratios are present at all times and, in the event a DSP is unable to find proper coverage for a shift, the RC will work that shift or consult with the Program Director to obtain approval for the use of agency staff. Assist in routine supervision with the Program Director.

    • Attend and participate in trainings and meetings.




PRINCIPLE ACTIVITIES:



  • Ensure all environments (for both indoors and outdoors) are safe, clean, sanitary, healthy, and odor free.


    • OSHA/licensing/monitoring compliant

    • Attractive and personalized according to the individuals’ preferences



  • Conduct thorough monthly inspection process.

  • Ensure all equipment is good working order, including safety equipment such as fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, office equipment, etc..

  • Coordinate and review documented monthly fire drills on each shift and severe weather drills.

  • Monitor and reinforce work order system for timely repair/maintenance.

  • Ensure emergency processes and plans are in place and staff are trained.

  • Ensure all vehicles are clean (inside and out), in good working order, and follow a preventative routine maintenance schedule.

  • Ensure monthly vehicle inspections are completed.

  • Review vehicle/transportation logs to monitor for proper use.


Recruiting, Scheduling, Training and Supervising Direct Support Professionals (DSPs)



  • Assist in recruiting and hiring DSPs and staffing homes in accordance with budgetary and licensing guidelines.

    • Schedule shifts, approve time sheets, conduct payroll process and review all for accuracy.

    • Schedule initial and on-going training and notify attendees of specifics, help monitor expiration dates of key training topics.

    • Address performance issues including progressive discipline processes are conducted in accordance with organizational policy.



  • Implement employee recognition efforts.

  • Serve as a mentor/role model to staff and individuals receiving services.

  • Promote and model the feeling of trust, dependability, and stable work environment to encourage staff productivity.


Implementation of Person Center Thinking/Practices



  • Individualize services to meet the needs of the person as represented in the PCP requirements including daily observations.

  • Support efforts towards Activities of Daily Living and that staff are trained in proper implementation.

  • Emphasize individualized outcome achievements

  • Participate in the Person-Centered Plan team for individuals supported as required.

  • Include staff in discussion of progress of supported individuals at all times.


Medical and Health Services


  • Work collaboratively and communicate with Clinical Coordinator on all medical and health services:

    • Ensure timely scheduling of medical appointments, arrange transportation and attend as needed.

    • Preventive health measures for each individual, including age appropriate tests that are conducted in a manner consistent with best practices to ensure people are as healthy as possible.

    • Coordinate lab results, coordinate professional/consultant referrals.

    • Ensure that all specialty recommendations are followed through on a timely manner; this includes (speech and language, occupational therapy, dental behavioral support, securing adaptive equipment, etc.)

    • Ensure Medical Administration protocols are followed.

    • Work actively with individuals in their efforts toward increasing independence towards self-administration of medication.

    • Address proactively any issues of individual comfort before, during and after all medical procedures.



Nutrition, Healthy Living, and Positive Self Image



  • Implement appropriate nutrition, healthy meal planning, grocery purchasing, modified diet implementation, modified utensils as needed for each individual.
    • Monitor meal times which feature family-styled dining.


  • Ensure individuals are appropriately groomed, wear age and weather appropriate attire and are engaged in good/effective hygiene practices.

  • Ensure individuals are dressed appropriately in clothing that is clean, properly fitting, attractive, personalized, seasonal, and in good repair.

  • Encourage opportunities for exercise and other physical activities for those who are interested or have physician’s orders to do so.


Community Connections and Celebrations



  • Ensure a variety of community integration opportunities meet the needs of the individual and are documented appropriately.

  • Recognizes formally and informally the achievements of individuals with meaningful age appropriate celebrations.

  • Assist individuals in celebrating birthdays, holidays, and other special occasions.


Communication



  • Display a positive image at all times—within and outside the organization.

  • Establish effective ongoing communication efforts to individuals, families, staff through conversations and routine staff meetings.

  • Ensure staff speak in a positive manner using positive language.

  • Maintain positive relationships with individuals, staff, families, and guardians.

  • Review and maintain program communication logs.

  • Communicate proactively with day programs and other services.

  • Uses multiple communication forms to reinforce understanding (phone, e-mail, fax, written, and face-to –face interactions).


Financial Services



  • Facilitate access of personal funds for individuals. Accurate record keeping, safe keeping of funds, receipts, etc.

  • Facilitate household petty cash funds.

  • Operate program within designated budgetary guidelines.

  • Ensure overtime is minimized and approved in advance by Director.

  • Work actively to keep costs contained- includes utilities, groceries, etc.

  • Turn in billing census sheets to appropriate Administrative Office by the 5th of the month, review for accuracy.

  • Support individuals in learning how to budget their finances, and document support in clinical records.


Records Safety, Security, and Confidentiality (Quantitative Approach)



  • Conduct monthly random clinical record audits to review, monitory and supervise staff documentation.

  • Ensure all documents are correctly filed in the record.

  • Collaborate with Clinical Coordinator to ensure that significant documents are updated in a timely fashion and filed properly.

  • Ensure all staff observe principles of confidentiality and HIPPAA      .

  • Assist Clinical Coordinator in ensuring that all records meet compliance standards.


Behavioral Programming Implementation/Data Collection



  • Ensure staff are trained in positive behavioral practices and emergency procedures.

  • Ensure plans are implemented as written, data is collected, and data is shared with relevant professionals.

  • Ensure all staff are trained on current behavioral plans and interventions.

  • Provide relevant information to BMC, and other professionals as required.

  • Be familiar with concepts of behavior/antecedent/consequence.


Rights, Respect, individual Advocacy



  • Demonstrate and encourage respectful interactions at all times.

  • Participate as needed in providing documents for Human Rights Committees.

  • Ensure rights are protected/maximized and rights restrictions are minimized.

  • Ensure staff are knowledgeable in their roles as advocates for Individuals.


Incident Reporting



  • Ensure accurate and timely incident reporting and cooperation with all investigations both internal and external.

  • Work with staff to understand their roles as mentors, teachers, and companions.

  • Ensure staff are trained and utilize all current incident reporting forms (to include medication error forms).


Abuse/Neglect/Exploitation Prevention



  • Assist staff in understanding their role as mandated reporters.

  • Consistently monitor environments for abuse and neglect indicators.

  • Support individuals in learning strategies to increase their health, personal and community safety.


Licensing/Monitoring/Funding/Accreditation Compliance



  • Ensure all regulations are in compliance with organizational and state standards.

  • Ensure staff are familiar with organizational and state standards.

  • Work cooperatively with Community Services Boards and agencies that have placed individuals in our programs.

  • Collaborate with Director to provide follow-up and documentation related to responding to internal and external plans of correction.

  • Work in partnership with Director to consistently monitor programs for compliance with licensure, Medicaid, human rights and other regulatory entities. 


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.

  • Occasionally, ability to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body.


Company Description

Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas is a faith-based, non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire self-reliance, dignity and hope through health and human services.

Founded in 1896 in Baltimore, MD Volunteers of America Chesapeake was one of the first branches of Volunteers of America - one of the nation's largest and most comprehensive human services organizations. Volunteers of America Chesapeake and Volunteers of America Carolinas merged on July 1, 2019 to form Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas.

Through a dedicated and committed team of management, staff and volunteers and guided by our Core Values: Visionary, One Body, Integrity, Compassion, Excellence, and Faith - Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas helps thousands of people each year throughout Maryland, Virginia , the District of Columbia and the Carolinas at our programs serving:

Neighbors who experience homelessness or are at risk to be homeless
Individuals with mental illness
Individuals with intellectual disabilities
Those in need of affordable housing
Those in need of supportive services
Those recovering from substance abuse addictions
Those involved in community corrections
Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas is one of 33 Volunteers of America affiliates across the United States. Together we help more than 2.5 million people in more than 400 communities.

At Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas our staff of more than 700 and volunteers numbering more than 2,000 coordinate our efforts with other agencies and local organizations to maximize the impact of our work.


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COMPANY OVERVIEWAt Volunteers of America Chesapeake, 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”.JOB SUMMARY

The Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) Supervisor will carry responsibility for the development and implementation of rehabilitation activities in accordance with state regulations. In addition, the Psychiatric Rehabilitation (PRP) Supervisor will oversee service delivery by completing assessment screenings, developing individualized rehabilitation plans, monitoring/observing the work of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) Counselors and reviewing documentation for quality and clinically-sound practice.



  • Eligible-Licensed Mental Health Professional (LGPC, LGSW, LCPC, LCSW-C, LCAD)

  • Have 2 years of relevant direct service and/or supervisory experience working with children and adults that have mental health issues.

  • Must exhibit superior knowledge of all PRP and Medicaid procedures and guidelines.

  • Must have superior knowledge available resources in the service area for people with serious emotional disturbances


OTHER:
  • This position requires driving a company and/or personal vehicle.  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, General and OIG background checks

  • Negative Drug Screening

  • Negative Tuberculosis screening

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


Company Description

At Volunteers of America Chesapeake, 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”.


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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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Job Description

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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The Program Director of Veteran Services-OKC provides oversight and supervision to Veteran program staff, supervision of Veteran employment services and Veteran case management assistance. Specifically, the program director is responsible for oversight of federal grant requirements including budgeting, administration, program outcome evaluation, and achievement of monthly, quarterly and annual goals. A broad range of knowledge of Veteran needs and services and the ability to research, implement and further build the Veteran Services program.


Job Duties:



  1. Business development of Veterans programs, applications, and services involving diverse administrative operations; may administer or manage specific projects, programs and/or services; recommends and assists in developing and implementing improved administrative methods, procedures, equipment and/or facilities.

  2. Conduct research studies regarding Veteran program development and improvement of programs.

  3. Interprets data collection of prospective and/or new residents or new program participants.

  4. Supervises the organization and maintenance of client records.

  5. Develops and implement individual treatment and employment plans.

  6. Participates in staff meetings and other agency activities as requested/assigned.

  7. Establishes, promotes and maintains positive working relationships with referral agencies and community resources, developing a system for receiving and making referrals.

  8. Monitoring and evaluating program outcomes for employment and other service programs.

  9. Promotes Volunteers of America of Oklahoma philosophy and mission through personal attitudes, actions and behaviors.

  10. Attends and participates in workshops and conferences to enhance professional development.

  11. Recruitment and supervision of employees and student interns from local educational institutions.

  12. Assists with data collection and billing for program participants and residents.

  13. Ensures programs continue to meet grantor criteria and accreditation if applicable.


Qualifications



  • Degree in business, social work, or related field.

  • Honorably discharged veteran of any U.S. service.

  • A minimum of three years experience in roles of increasing supervisory responsibility. Knowledge base reflecting an understanding of employment, workforce development, Veteran services, and program administration.

  • Maintain continuity and consistency with the Veterans Program implementation.

  • Maintain staff development and team unity.

  • 18 years of age or older.

  • Must have and maintain a working telephone contact number.

  • Possess a valid Social Security Card.

  • Possess a valid Oklahoma Drivers License.

  • Have reliable transportation.

  • Proof of current car insurance (your name must be on the policy).

  • Maintain an acceptable driving record, Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation criminal history checks, and Community Service Registry Record checks.

  • Ability to handle sensitive issues while protecting others' welfare.

  • Ability to exercise patience, understanding, creativity, and flexibility.

  • Ability to organize and prioritize work.

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisor, co-workers, persons from other departments and vendors.

  • Detailed oriented.

  • Conscientious about timeliness of assignments and quality of work product.

  • Excellent customer service skills.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

  • Competent user of MS Office Suite applications (Excel, Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, etc. Ability to share information through coaching teaching and training.

  • Ability to maintain accurate records and present data contained in those records in a timely manner.

  • Skills in auditing records and analyzing service agency effectiveness.

  • Ability to organize and perform work independent of direct supervision.


 


Physical Requirements


The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. The employee is required to walk, stand, sit for prolonged periods, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must frequently lift or move objects weighing up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift or move objects weighing up to 50 pounds. Frequent pushing and pulling and driving are also required.


Volunteers of America Oklahoma offers a competitive salary, medical insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, paid holidays, vacation, sick leave, and a retirement savings plan.



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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 in our LinkedIn Community of 20,000 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 Residential Services Coordinator of the Loudoun Emergency Homeless Services Center is responsible for the scheduling, management and oversight of all Residential Services Workers for the emergency shelter, on-site Permanent Supportive Housing Program, drop in services and cold weather shelter services of the Loudoun Homeless Services Center.  The Residential Services Coordinator also coordinates all the case management and appropriate referral services of individuals in cold weather shelter and the drop in center program.  The Residential Services Manager is responsible for the (HMIS) data oversight of the cold weather shelter and is expected to ensure all data is accurate and up to date.


The Residential Services Coordinator will assist in the oversight and coordination of all residential staffing to include recruiting, hiring, training, performance management, and supervision of staff.  The Residential Services Coordinator ensures that the program operates and delivers services in accordance with current agency policies and procedures, contract requirements and a federal, state and local regulations.  The Residential Services Coordinator promotes the mission, vision and core values of the organization and is responsible for providing leadership that supports and promotes the strategic direction of VOAC in the area of homelessness.


Successful candidate must possess a Bachelors Degree in Human Services with at least two years of related experience.   Candidates may substitute these educational requirements with at least 5 years supervisory experience in this field.  


Successful candidates must possess the ability to interact positively with those individuals who have experienced trauma related to homelessness.  He/she must also be able to handle multiple tasks, have strong communication and networking skills through effective oral and written communication skills.  He/she must be able to develop effective working relationships with residents, staff and community partners, and be able to motivate groups and individuals.  Strong organization skills, problem-solving skills and good judgement are necessary.  The successful candidate must also have a working knowledge of computer word processing, Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) and spreadsheet programs.  The successful candidate must be willing to work flexible hours (work each shift once a month) as to ensure the oversight and supervision of all Residential Services Workers 7 days a week/ 24 hours a day, as well as, provide on-call coverage as scheduled.   The regularly scheduled required days are Sunday through Thursday. 


OTHER:



  • This position requires driving the company vehicle (up to 15 passengers) and/or personal vehicle for company business including transporting clients/residents.  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, FBI Fingerprint, Child Protective Services, OIG Exclusion checks

  • Negative Drug/TB Screening

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


PRINCIPLE ACTIVITIES:



  • To work with individuals to create Individual Service Plans that lead to housing stability.

  • To provide strength based, solution oriented case management to individuals participating in the CWS and DIC programs

  • To prepare weekly reports on CWS and DIC status and activities.

  • To establish and maintain a community resource manual for Cold Weather Shelter/Drop In Center

  • Ensure all data is accurate and up to date in HMIS

  • To establish, coordinate and maintain a network of community resources and referrals.

  • To recruit, supervise, train and maintain records of Residential Services Workers.  Interview and train new employees – submit paperwork for New Hires.

  • Directly responsible for the monitoring and approval of payroll for Residential Services Workers staff.

  • To maintain statistical information and complete reports as required by funding sources.

  • Educate community and other professionals about VOAC and homelessness.           

  • To participate in meetings with representatives from other agencies.

  • To participate in staff meetings/training as directed by the Executive Program Director.

  • To perform duties outlined in Program’s Operations Manual.


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.


EFFECT ON END RESULTS:



  • To ensure a smooth transition into the community for individuals and families.

  • Ensures that the community activities of individuals and families are appropriate to program rules and regulations.

  • Ensures that all documentation pertaining to individuals and families are completed in compliance with agency policies and procedures and funding source requirements.

  • Programs and staff maintain positive, professional relationships and presence with residents, fellow staff, and the public.

  • Present a positive image of VOAC to the community.


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

Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas is a faith-based, non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire self-reliance, dignity and hope through health and human services.

Founded in 1896 in Baltimore, MD Volunteers of America Chesapeake was one of the first branches of Volunteers of America - one of the nation's largest and most comprehensive human services organizations. Volunteers of America Chesapeake and Volunteers of America Carolinas merged on July 1, 2019 to form Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas.

Through a dedicated and committed team of management, staff and volunteers and guided by our Core Values: Visionary, One Body, Integrity, Compassion, Excellence, and Faith - Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas helps thousands of people each year throughout Maryland, Virginia , the District of Columbia and the Carolinas at our programs serving:

Neighbors who experience homelessness or are at risk to be homeless
Individuals with mental illness
Individuals with intellectual disabilities
Those in need of affordable housing
Those in need of supportive services
Those recovering from substance abuse addictions
Those involved in community corrections
Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas is one of 33 Volunteers of America affiliates across the United States. Together we help more than 2.5 million people in more than 400 communities.

At Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas our staff of more than 700 and volunteers numbering more than 2,000 coordinate our efforts with other agencies and local organizations to maximize the impact of our work.


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FUNCTION:


Under the clinical supervision of the Rehabilitation Director, the Residential Counselor is responsible for the provision of direct services which promote the ability of clients to participate in appropriate community activities and which contribute to the development and utilization of skills necessary for independent living.  Additionally, the Residential Counselor will participate in the assessment of the client's rehabilitation needs and in the development, implementation and monitoring of the client's individual rehabilitation plan.  The Residential Counselor is also responsible for providing crisis services, including intensive support and assistance, and may be required to provide follow-along services to suspended or discharged clients. The Residential Counselor is responsible for driving and/or transporting clients.    


The Residential Counselor is also responsible for ensuring that clients develop and utilize skills that contribute to the maintenance of a safe residential environment as well as documenting service delivery.  The Residential Counselor may be privileged to provide basic health teaching in the areas of nutrition, exercise, dental care, substance abuse prevention, and prevention of injury and illness at home and in the community as well as training in communicable disease prevention.



REQUIREMENTS


The successful applicant will have a High School Diploma or GED plus must have at least two years of experience working in a mental health residential setting and/or social service related field. This may include some related post high school education.  A Bachelor's Degree in related field or Registered Nurse licensure with at least 1 year experience providing rehabilitative services or working with persons with chronic mental illness is preferred.


PRINCIPLE ACTIVITIES:



  • Participates in the assessment of clients' rehabilitative service needs and in the development, implementation and monitoring of the individual's rehabilitation plan

  • Coordinates activities and delivers rehabilitation and support services which address individual client goals and objectives contained within the client's rehabilitation plan which are directed toward the development or restoration of independent living skills. 

  • Such activities may include the development or restoration of self care skills including personal hygiene, grooming, menu planning and preparation, socialization skills, independent living skills, including the maintenance of the individual's living environment, community awareness, mobility skills and/or money management. 

  • The Residential Counselor may be privileged to provide health teaching and prevention of communicable diseases.

  • Provides basic supervision in home-like environments for individuals with varying levels of mental illness.

  • Coordinates activities which promote community integration. 

  • Communicates with program staff regarding client progress.

  • Documents service delivery and prepares daily billing statements as directed.

  • As needed, and when privileged, monitors client self administration of prescribed medication, provides for safe storage of medications and monitors client reaction to medication, taking appropriate action when necessary.  May also provide reinforcing education on the role and effects of medication in symptom management. 

  • As needed, and when privileged, provides basic health teaching in areas including nutrition, exercise, dental care, substance abuse prevention, prevention of injury and illness at home and in the community, and the prevention of communicable disease; including the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases and blood borne pathogens including, HIV/AIDS.

  • Ensures assigned vehicles are maintained appropriately.

  • Collects and records data as required.  Monitor resident and program documentation.

  • Participates in discharge planning and the provision of follow-along services when appropriate.

  • Attends staff meetings, training, house and program meetings as required.

  • Ensures client and program compliance with VOAC policies and procedures. 

  • Responsible for maintaining homes inspection ready and reporting problems to the Residential Coordinator.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.


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.

  • Occasionally, ability to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body.


EFFECT ON END RESULT:



  • Services will be provided which address clients' rehabilitative service needs.

  • Clients will participate safely and more independently in activities of community life.

  • Provide supervision for residents to maintain community placements and reduce hospitalizations.

  • VOAC policies and procedures will be implemented and programmatic requirements will be met.

  • Maintain close communication with the coordinator staff and other house counselors.


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

Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas is a faith-based, non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire self-reliance, dignity and hope through health and human services.

Founded in 1896 in Baltimore, MD Volunteers of America Chesapeake was one of the first branches of Volunteers of America - one of the nation's largest and most comprehensive human services organizations. Volunteers of America Chesapeake and Volunteers of America Carolinas merged on July 1, 2019 to form Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas.

Through a dedicated and committed team of management, staff and volunteers and guided by our Core Values: Visionary, One Body, Integrity, Compassion, Excellence, and Faith - Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas helps thousands of people each year throughout Maryland, Virginia , the District of Columbia and the Carolinas at our programs serving:

Neighbors who experience homelessness or are at risk to be homeless
Individuals with mental illness
Individuals with intellectual disabilities
Those in need of affordable housing
Those in need of supportive services
Those recovering from substance abuse addictions
Those involved in community corrections
Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas is one of 33 Volunteers of America affiliates across the United States. Together we help more than 2.5 million people in more than 400 communities.

At Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas our staff of more than 700 and volunteers numbering more than 2,000 coordinate our efforts with other agencies and local organizations to maximize the impact of our work.


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Company Description

Felix is a luxury lifestyle magazine currently serving Chicago, Los Angeles and New York. The pages of this glossy publication cover the latest trends in fashion, fine dining, nightlife, arts and culture. Featuring ultra luxe fashion profiles, restaurants, and the season's must-have accessories from the world's top writers and stylists.

Luxe Media, LLC and Felix Magazine are the marketing names of The Aparecio Foundation, NFP ("TAF"). Luxe Media, LLC. is committed to developing a fun and productive work culture that is conducive to positive results!

We offer a uniquely open environment that demands initiative and imagination from every single team member that are heard, tested, and genuinely empowered to lead by example and create lasting impacts on our organization, its programs, and the community. This is an unpaid internship/volunteer opportunity.

Job Description

The Sales Assistant will be responsible for general administrative support such as: phone coverage, filing, expenses and calendar management.

Additional responsibilities include:


  • Handling RFP's (request for proposals), insertion orders, editorial credits, client communication and preparing competitive reports

  • Participation for client meetings, presentations and brainstorm sessions

  • Learning integrated ad sales, brand essence and sales process

  • Use of Microsoft and internal sales programs



Qualifications


  • A passion for women's economic opportunities

  • Must be a full or part-time student and working toward a degree

  • Must be eligible to receive school credit and commit to 2-3 days a week for 3 months or a college graduate with 1+ years experience

  • Excellent command of the English language

  • Proven ability to work to stringent deadlines

  • Ability to work as part of a team or autonomously

  • Ability to work in a fast-moving entrepreneurial environment with competing deadlines and priorities

  • Integrity, honesty, openness and a willingness to operate as a team player

  • A desire to learn advertising sales

  • A bachelor's degree and relevant work experience, as well as excellent verbal and written

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint required



Additional Information

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.


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Wishes & More is seeking a Fundraising & Volunteer Manager. The Fundraising & Volunteer Manager reports to the Sr. Director, Communications & Development. This is a full-time, 40-hours-per-week position. Salary range is between $40,000-$50,000 annually.


FUNCTION
To maximize & enhance all fundraising and friend-raising potential, and to coordinate volunteers across the organization within a high-paced, small office environment. 


RESPONSIBILITIES
Fundraising Management – 50%



  • Support the execution of the annual budget allocated to fundraising goals and organization-wide priorities

  • Serve as Lead Staff and manager of the Auction Solicitation Committee and be responsible for the budget goals of annual auction solicitation

  • Perform outreach to cultivate new external events & interesting fundraising / auction opportunities

  • Responsible for managing all external fundraising events, including maximizing and retaining relationships with organizers & participants

  • Seek in-kind opportunities to fulfill and enhance wish experiences

  • Support and generate ticket sales for all internal fundraising events

  • Seek corporate and individual sponsors for events & wishes

  • Be an ambassador for Wishes & More in the community


Collaborative Administrative Efforts – 25%



  • Perform development-related administrative duties including timely entry of contact reports, budget management, case statement development, and major gift cultivation events

  • Work closely and effectively with the Wishes & More team to expand prospect identification and enhance engagement & commitment

  • Organize & coordinate all internal fundraisers as directed by the Sr. Director of Communications & Development

  • Support the communications, events & marketing efforts of the organization through recruitment & training of volunteers

  • Other duties as assigned


Volunteer Coordination – 25%



  • Assess organizational need and capacity for volunteers, and develop appropriate volunteer position descriptions

  • Develop & maintain volunteer program materials (policies and procedures, applications, volunteer agreements, orientation handbooks)

  • Recruit volunteers through digital platforms and event outreach

  • Develop and maintain digital Volunteer Calendar with upcoming volunteer opportunities

  • Plan and provide orientations to all volunteers

  • Screen (interviews, required background checks, etc.) and match volunteers to organizational needs

  • Schedule, organize, and oversee all in-office volunteers and the internship program

  • Database management and tracking of volunteer statistics

  • Volunteer recognition: Never ever get tired of saying thank you or take lightly any of the work any volunteer does

  • Manage and staff Volunteer Committee - responsible for meeting goals in volunteer recruitment & retention
     


TECHNICAL SKILL REQUIREMENTS
Computer skills: Microsoft Office (Access, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook)
 


EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE



  • Bachelor’s Degree

  • Minimum of 3-years of experience related to the responsibilities defined in this job description
     


QUALIFICATIONS



  • Excellent oral and written communication skills; ability to articulate a strong and compelling case for support

  • Demonstrated ability to successfully solicit donations and in-kind gifts from personal network and cold-calling

  • Self-starter

  • Flexibility & ability to troubleshoot

  • Able to stay on task and finish responsibilities in a timely manner

  • Relationship manager with comfort in working with diverse populations (volunteers, staff, board members, community members, etc)

  • Strong judge of character  

  • Leadership experience and interpersonal skills to create strong professional relationships with business leaders

  • Conflict management skills  

  • Multi-tasking professional

  • Detail-oriented and organized

  • Experience in developing and implementing project plans

  • Ability to work both independently and as a member of a larger staff team

  • Familiar with diverse technologies and software

  • Patient, compassionate & professional

  • Ability to work evenings and weekends as necessary


Company Description

Nonprofit with a purpose of enhancing the life of a child fighting a terminal or life threatening condition by providing extraordinary experiences...and more.


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COMPANY OVERVIEWAt Volunteers of America Chesapeake, 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”. JOB SUMMARY

The primary goal of the VP of Budget & Analytics is to ensure that the financial results are accurately prepared in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles on a timely basis.  This position will involve the ability to effectively coordinate with Executive and Program Management on a regular basis. The VP of Budget & Analytics in conjunction with the Chief Financial Officer maintains the integrity of the financial reporting system.  The VP of Budget & Analytics prepares the monthly and annual financial statements for review and distribution to the department heads, analyzes financial results and trends and forecasts financial results, coordinates the annual budget process, and is responsible for monitoring and enhancing revenue generation through a cross-department organizational structure.


EFFECT ON END RESULT



  • Manages all aspects of the organization’s accounting operations, including financial plans, budgeting, and accounting practices and procedures while ensuring compliance and accuracy.

  • Successful completion of responsibilities in an accurate, timely manner.

  • Leadership and team building of financial team.

  • Successful reports from external and internal auditors and internal controls, financial statements, and bank statements.


 


REQUIREMENTS

  • This position requires initiative, flexibility, simultaneously meeting multiple demands, being open to change in response to new information, different or unexpected circumstances.

  • To work in ambiguous situations, and the proven ability to work with minimum supervision.

  • A Bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Financial Management, CPA preferred.

  • Minimum ten (10) years accounting in the nonprofit field, including grants or cost accounting knowledge and contract billing plus five (5) years of supervisory experience.

  • Strong analytical, research skills and the ability to write clearly: able to clearly link financial results to operational performance drivers, generate alternatives and drive positive change.

  • Demonstrated ability to successfully led cross-functional projects/process improvement within operations/finance function involving process improvement.

  • Excellent oral and written communications skills including experience working across multiple levels (including executive level), functions and regions; able to clearly communicate complex financial information in an easy to understand manner; able to deliver message effectively verbally and in writing.

  • Confidence to approach business leaders with difficult messages and defend position.

  • Strong computer skills including competences in the use of MS Word and Excel and experience working with computerized Financial Management Information Systems and Web-based payroll a preferred.

  • Assist the Chief Financial Officer with the assessment of new opportunities, including pro-forma modeling, tax free entity development, joint venture reporting and structure.

  • Able to work in a team environment and provide direction, guidance, and leadership to the accounting department.


 


Company Description

At Volunteers of America Chesapeake, 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”.


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The Intake and Housing Coordinator will assist both veteran families who are at-risk of homelessness or who are literally homeless and working to engage and recruit landlords and properties within Loudoun County (SSVF Intake will cover the entire catchment area and not only Loudoun County) as options for those experiencing the crisis of homelessness.  The intake coordinator will assist families by completing the SSVF intake process if eligible and accessing services to ensure housing stability in permanent housing. He/she will coordinate the eligibility process by completing the intake, the eligibility threshold screening form and the HMIS intake form, as necessary with the potential veteran client in need.  The Intake and Housing Coordinator will further seek out services and activities to assist and engage veterans most in need of assistance and those who can benefit the most from SSVF services.  


This position is to focus on outreach, individual assessments, assessing and assisting individuals with applications, and identifying housing barriers that prevent housing stability.  Also, this position will work with all partners of Loudoun County and SSVF to provide housing supports and location assistance.  Other duties will entail meeting veterans in person or by telephone to complete the intakes, determining eligibility, completing all necessary and required verification forms, guiding veterans through the next steps of the eligibility process, collecting verification documentation, collaborating with all coordinated entry systems within the CoC catchment area, providing resources and services to veterans within the larger community as necessary, attendance in all staff meetings and VA required trainings/webinars, maintain documentation standards as set forth by the program contract and SSVF/VA policies, prepare case-related reports including but not limited to: outcomes, successes and challenges, provide on-going information, referrals, linkages, and advocacy for all other identified needs. 


Those experiencing the crisis of homelessness may have a variety of complex health, functional and social needs that staff addresses using evidence based practices such as motivational interviewing, harm reduction and Housing First. Staff will collaborate with community partners through community meetings; collaborate with local businesses and organizations, while providing referrals and linkages to necessary services. The Intake and Housing Coordinator may also assist clients with transportation resources as needed to ensure they make critical appointments. 


PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES:


•    Able to work independently and as part the team and exercises mature and professional judgment.
•    Conduct and complete all necessary paperwork to track client progress (daily logs, FSP, etc.).
•    Meet with established intake clients to review, evaluate and support completion of their intake.
•    Respond within 48 business hours to assess need for services and send follow-up information to requestor and supervisor.
•    Conduct a VI-SPDAT (Vulnerability Index- Service Prioritization Decisions Assistance Tool) as needed, on new clients to connect them to the proper intervention and services.
•    As necessary, provide ongoing intake information such as support with benefits establishment (GR, SSI, TANF, Veterans pension, etc.), obtaining ID, birth certificate, social security cards, provide employment linkages and assistance, housing referrals and health related assistance as identified on the FSP.
•    Ensure all files are held in accordance with funding sources
•    Attend all work related meetings and trainings as required or needed.
•    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.  
•    When needed, potentially assist with housing applications, complete supportive and subsidized housing paperwork, survey rental market for affordable housing, and advocate with prospective landlords, and identify appropriate permanent housing options for clients.
•    Attend all work related meetings and training as required or needed.
•    Provide on-going information, referrals, linkages, and advocacy for all other identified needs.
•    Creatively use and develop community resources to broker and link clients to services.
•    Provide a high quality customer service environment for all clients.


EFFECTS ON END RESULTS:


•    Maintain documentation standards as set forth by the program contract and SSVF/VA policies.
•    Complete paperwork on every face to face/telephone contact with client or collateral contact by the next business day at 5pm.
•    Ensure all program data is accurate and entered into the required program documentation system as contractually required.
•    Prepare case-related reports including but not limited to: outcomes, successes and challenges.
•    Generate client data for reporting.
•    Complete follow-up and retention services, as necessary, and provide back-up documentation in client file.
•    Maintain complete and accurate documentation of service objectives and outcomes as well as other services in accordance with Federal, State, and local County guidelines.
•    Ensure individuals and landlords are supported and matched effectively
•    Ensure best practices for ending homelessness are used.  
•    Ensure implementation and enforcement of Housing First philosophy within the program and its related activities.
•    Policies and Procedures are implemented.
•    Accurate reporting and files are maintained
•    Program and staff maintain positive, professional relationships and presence with clients and the local and professional communities.     


An Associate’s Degree is required, a Bachelor’s in Social Work or a related field preferred; Demonstrated expertise and experience (4 years) in providing services to a similar population may be substituted for the Degree requirement. Knowledge of challenges faced by the veteran population and supportive services available successfully achieve the goal of re-housing and self-sufficiency; Prior experience in outreach, case management, intake assessment, counseling and crisis intervention preferred; Computer literate specifically with Microsoft applications required; Experience with homeless or supportive housing programs is preferred. Experience in case management, treatment and services with individuals and families is also preferred.  Effective oral and written communication skills and the ability to develop effective working relationships with residents, staff and community partners are also required.  Strong organization skills, problem-solving skills and judgment are desired.  The successful candidate must also have a working knowledge of computer word processing and spreadsheet programs. Knowledge and understanding of team concepts preferred and Veteran of the United States military strongly preferred.


•    Experience in communication with highly vulnerable populations, particularly those with health, mental health, and substance abuse issues.
•    Demonstrated knowledge and or experience with advanced outreach techniques, including harm reduction strategies, crisis intervention techniques and motivational interviewing.
•    A highly motivated self-starter and ability to coordinate multiple projects/tasks at once.
•    Knowledge of maintaining and executing confidential information using HIPAA standards.
•    Strong written and verbal communication skills.
•    Good problem solving and conflict resolution skills.
•    Computer skills with proficiency in Microsoft Office software.
•    Flexible, adaptable and have the capability to work in a fast paced, professional environment.
•    Able to work alternative work schedules, evening and weekends as needed for operations of program intake and at the request of management.
•    Maintain regular, consistent attendance.
•    Participate in staff meetings and training as assigned by your supervisor.
•    Experience working with individuals with Mental Health and/or Substance Abuse illnesses is preferred.
•    Ability to treat all individuals with dignity and respect at all times.
 


OTHER:


•    This position may require some driving a company and/or personal vehicle.  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 
•    Negative Drug Screening
•    Negative Tuberculosis screening
•    CPR/First Aid Certification must be acquired and maintained once employed
 


Company Description

Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas is a faith-based, non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire self-reliance, dignity and hope through health and human services.

Founded in 1896 in Baltimore, MD Volunteers of America Chesapeake was one of the first branches of Volunteers of America - one of the nation's largest and most comprehensive human services organizations. Volunteers of America Chesapeake and Volunteers of America Carolinas merged on July 1, 2019 to form Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas.

Through a dedicated and committed team of management, staff and volunteers and guided by our Core Values: Visionary, One Body, Integrity, Compassion, Excellence, and Faith - Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas helps thousands of people each year throughout Maryland, Virginia , the District of Columbia and the Carolinas at our programs serving:

Neighbors who experience homelessness or are at risk to be homeless
Individuals with mental illness
Individuals with intellectual disabilities
Those in need of affordable housing
Those in need of supportive services
Those recovering from substance abuse addictions
Those involved in community corrections
Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas is one of 33 Volunteers of America affiliates across the United States. Together we help more than 2.5 million people in more than 400 communities.

At Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas our staff of more than 700 and volunteers numbering more than 2,000 coordinate our efforts with other agencies and local organizations to maximize the impact of our work.


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