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Join Our Staff

Resumes and Interest Letters are currently being accepted for the following  nine positions:

Executive Staff

Executive Assistant
(Program Manager /Admin Asst) 

What are the top 3 skills of an executive assistant?

The top three skills of an executive assistant are adaptability, people skills, and organization

Assists the President/CEO with daily administrative duties and completes a broad variety of managerial tasks that include managing projects and an active calendar of appointments; completing reports, composing and preparing correspondence; arranging  travel plans, itineraries and agendas.

Comptroller

A comptroller is a high-level executive that oversees the accounting tasks and financial reporting procedures of organizations. The comptroller oversees all accounting including accounts receivable, payroll, and loan transactions.

Comptroller Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in accounting, business or finance.

  • 5+ years related work experience.

  • Proficient with QuickBooks and Salesforce.

  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and Outlook.

  • Outstanding knowledge and understanding of applicable laws and regulations.

Development Director
( Fundraising / Research / Partner Management / Grant writing)

A nonprofit development director is an individual with strong interpersonal and organizational skills who is mainly responsible for raising funds for a nonprofit institution. The duties include supervising the fundraising process, communicating with donors, and establishing strong relationships with them. 

 

Development Director Key Responsibilities

  • Planning and evaluating fundraising campaigns and activities.

  • Managing the organization's budget and fundraising income programs.

  • Identifying and stewarding prospective donors.

  • Recruiting and training fundraising staff and volunteer leaders.

Program Staff

Wellness Coach

Leads a comprehensive wellness program. Coordinates, plans, and facilitates health and fitness activities and programs for employees and the community. Plans and implements classes, speakers, seminars, personal training, and fitness assessments that promote healthy lifestyles.

 

Key Skills & Qualities the Best Health Coaches Possess

  • Passion for Health and Helping Others. It goes without saying that you should be passionate about what you're teaching your clients. ...

  • Formal Training. ...

  • Empathy. ...

  • Solid Communication Skills. ...

  • Adaptability. ...

  • Patience. ...

  • Business and Marketing Skills. ...

  • Holistic Thinking.

Training Facilitator /Logistics Coordinator 

The facilitator should elucidate participants' existing knowledge, prepare pertinent, meaningful training material, and subsequently steer discussions thereof. The facilitator should also monitor participants' performance to discern potential learning-related challenges within the cohort.

 

  • To take responsibility for convening transformational training and ensuring that appropriate consultative processes around skills development are implemented.

  • That appropriate procedures and records are kept of  organizational trainings

 

A good facilitator possesses the following skills:

  • Advanced preparation.

  • Clear communication.

  • Active listening.

  • Asking questions.

  • Timekeeping.

  • Establishing a psychologically safe environment for sharing.

  • Creating focus amongst the group.

  • Unbiased objectivity.

Adult Program Case Manager (Part Time)

(Primarily Working with Public Housing Residents and Parents of Juvenile Offenders)

The case management process consists of five parts: assessment, treatment planning, linking, advocacy,

and monitoring. 

 

Case manager roles and responsibilities

  • Finding appropriate care and teams best suited to each client’s needs.

  • Coordinating care with a client's COB team.

  • Assessing clients for necessary care or changes to current care plans.

  • Coordinating with the COB team to aid in assessing and administering care.

Youth Program Case Manager

(Primarily working with DJJ youth and youth referred for behavior modification)

The case management process consists of five parts: assessment, treatment planning, linking, advocacy, and monitoring. 

 

Case manager roles and responsibilities

  • Finding appropriate care and teams best suited to each client’s needs.

  • Coordinating care with a client's COB and DJJ representatives.

  • Assessing clients for necessary care or changes to current criminal justice or school based care plans.

  • Coordinating with the COB team to aid in assessing and administering care and transformation of clients

  • Helping Clients navigate through the criminal justice process

Contact

Resumes and letters of interest should be sent to: