Angels’ Place, Inc. invites applications for the Family Support Director. Angels’ Place, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides comprehensive family support services and quality early childhood education to help families break the cycle of poverty and reach their full potential.
A successful Family Support Director will:
- Endorse the mission, vision and values.
- Build on the heritage and strengths of the organization to provide a supportive learning environment that focuses on the total development of the child and parent.
- Possess excellent communication skills and represent the organization at community events and meetings.
- Work constructively as part of the Leadership and Administrative Team to ensure effective educational operations, resolution to problems that arise, and proactive responses to opportunities.
Family Support Program
- Meet one on one with parents to provide therapeutic support.
- Complete Intake and Family Service Plan with each new client.
- Connect families to resources and services in community as needed.
- Facilitate and coordinate weekly parent education meetings.
- Collaborate with Teachers and Education Director to make goals for families.
- Coordinate with outside agencies to provide services for enrolled children.
Community Resource and Referral
- Build new and existing community partnerships for the purpose of client recruitment and organizational partnerships.
- Create and maintain yearly resources and referrals calendar to connect regularly with other non-profits and partner agencies.
- Elevate the organization within the community.
- Team Collaboration and Support
- Implement special projects, trainings, and staff development that promote social/emotional health of the organization and of all program participants.
- Support staff in collecting and organizing data for Family Support Program to be used for funding and partnership opportunities.
- Build relationships which foster sharing knowledge of child development, reflective practice, solution-oriented interactions and trauma-informed practice.
- Coach staff in utilizing above methodologies.
- Regularly attend and participate in leadership and administrative team meetings and provide input and updates to all staff.
- Adhere to all agency policies and procedures, including child care licensing regulations.
- Work with other staff members to form a positive supportive team atmosphere
Strategic Plan Implementation
- Develop and maintain a network with social and educational providers in the community, overseeing and directing outreach to attract families and partners.
- Provide strategic direction to staff to ensure that long and short-range planning, are undertaken in an effective and efficient manner and in keeping with the goals established by the Board of Directors.
The ideal candidate would have a Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, or related field (with current license preferred) with 5+ years’ experience working with at-risk families, knowledge of child development, developmentally appropriate practice, mental health issues and community resources.
- Individual Counseling Skills: Skilled in ability to support emotional and behavioral health and well-being. Promote healthy problem-solving skills.
- Family Support: Understanding of family systems and diverse needs.
- Early Childhood Experience: Experience in an early childhood setting, with family and/or play therapy preferred.
- Community Outreach: Create strong dynamic working relationships with all stakeholders.
- Strong Relational Skills: Excellent interpersonal and leadership skills and an ability to work with limited supervision.
- Strong Organization Skills: Ability to multi-task and can manage time to meet frequently changing deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
- Strong Computer Skills: Including Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Access, Excel, Outlook), the internet and social media.
- Ensures confidentiality of privileged information and follows ethical standards.
- Willingness to work flexible hours that may include evenings and/or weekends.
- Maintains a professional appearance, attitude and work behavior at all times.
- Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs. in connection with the handling of children for the facilitation of programs, child safety, and potential emergency situations.
- Generally works in office setting with no exposure to adverse environmental conditions.
- Valid driver’s license and access to an automobile. Required to work and travel between multiple sites. Must be available to travel to community outreach, courts, schools and other meetings as needed.
- Such additions and alterations to the above qualifications as the Executive Director and Board may find appropriate and acceptable.
- A unique opportunity to make a real impact on the lives of children, parents and the community.
- A supportive environment which values a strength-based, developmentally appropriate, reflective practice, including a trauma-informed approach.
- Child care discounts for employee children (ages 0-5).
- Paid vacation time and sick/personal days.
- Free meals/parking.
- Education and Training Opportunities.
- Comprehensive benefits package available.
Send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location: Pittsburgh or Greensburg
Girl Scouts is the preeminent leadership development organization for girls in kindergarten through twelfth grade, and our mission is to build girls of courage, confidence, and character. At Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania, we’re committed to providing every girl the chance to practice a lifetime of leadership, adventure, and success.
As a member of the Volunteer Support team, you provide leadership and support to our girls and adult volunteers. You work and engage volunteers and foster positive relationships with members that are critical for member retention.
- Provide insight to the development of innovative strategies and effective services for supporting girl and adult membership;
- Manage assigned volunteer teams to effectively support and engage adult troop volunteers in assigned geographic areas to ensure delivery of program and services to girls;
- Support the council’s volunteer management system including the recruitment, selection, placement, development, training, recognition, and re-assignment of service unit volunteers;
- Conduct yearly assessments of service unit health as well as developing action plans when needed;
- Participate in leader meetings for Service Units of responsibility;
- Spearhead renewal activities in the service unit and at the troop level;
- Facilitate the effective flow of communication between volunteers and council staff;
- Meet girl and adult retention goals for assigned service units;
- Provide customer service and support for adult volunteers in established volunteer group;
- Implement and contribute to recruitment efforts planned in partnership with the recruitment team;
- Support volunteers in working collaboratively and productively to manage grievance and conflict;
- Answer, problem-solve and respond appropriately to all assigned inquiries including, but not limited to, email, phone and walk-in customers;
- Degree in social services, psychology, or related humanities field or equivalent professional experience;
- Minimum of 2 years of work experience in related field with experience in volunteer management and support;
- Ability to work independently, manage multiple projects and meet deadlines;
- Top notch communicator – writes well, confidently presents to groups, facilitates effective two-way communications, and communicates in a clear and understandable manner appropriate for the audience;
- Strong computer skills in Microsoft Office, Outlook and willingness and ability to learn new systems;
- Working knowledge of Salesforce a plus;
- Must possess a can-do mentality, be responsible, and be a lifelong learner;
- Must be organized, detail orientated, and customer focused;
- Ability and willingness to work and maintain a flexible schedule, as needed, to include some evenings and weekends;
- Have reliable transportation and be able to travel throughout assigned area and western PA;
Submit cover letter, resume and salary requirements to email@example.com
The Community Health Case Manager plans, implements and assesses needed services to programs with specialization in HIV Care and Treatment Services. This Community Health Case Manager role with Macedonia Family and Community Enrichment Center is a professional position working in the development and coordination of public health education, health promotion, and community outreach activities. This part-time position (potential to become full-time in future) provides basic case management to people living with HIV and support for people who were recently incarcerated.
- Conduct HIV testing
- Conduct HIV informational workshops
- Develop and implement with client a plan for stabilized community living for people living with HIV and adults recently released from incarceration
- Provide basic case management to include assisting clients with obtaining identification, employment application, financial budgeting, housing and attention to medical needs
- Interview and elicit pertinent information from applicants
- Conduct comprehensive assessments to identify required services
- Interpret rules and regulations regarding eligibility for other programs
- Develop individual service plans
- Support clients in short and long-term goals; provide referrals
- Provide follow-up, service plan review, and re-evaluations
- Coordinate services with other medical and social services
- Conduct home visits as needed
- Compile data to prepare records and reports
- Prepare financial reports
- Facilitate consumer information groups
- Provide social service support to people living with HIV/AIDS in southwestern PA and support to older persons being released from incarceration
- Bachelor’s degree in social work, public/business administration, health or related field, required
- 2-3 years’ case management experience
- Demonstrated knowledge about the strengths, needs and barriers for people living with HV and AIDS, and senior citizens
- Demonstrated knowledge of Ryan White and other funding sources for the HIV population, and senior citizens a plus
- Knowledge of community resources for appropriate referrals
- Demonstrates ability to use motivational interviewing techniques when determining eligibility for social services; elicits information through intake screening interviews and financial documentation
- Ability to work well with people of diverse social, cultural and economic backgrounds
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite
- Excellent communication and organizational skills, along with detail-orientation
- Act 33, 34 and FBI clearances needed
- Valid PA driver’s license, clean driving record, insurance and registration required
COMPENSATION: $21.24 per hour
Because Macedonia FACE serves medically vulnerable consumers COVID-19 vaccination is required. Proof of vaccination is required within 45 days of hire. The company will consider accommodations for disability- and religious-based reasons.
Helping women reclaim their lives from addiction and related emotional health issues, and improving the well-being of future generations.
POWER is seeking several highly-skilled Assessment Specialists, who are members of the POWER Central Intake team, providing critical alcohol and other drug assessment and referral services to clients referred to the POWER in a manner that reflects POWER’s mission to be gender-responsive and trauma-informed.
Founded in 1990, POWER is the region’s leader of substance use treatment for women. We are a not-for-profit organization committed to providing quality gender-responsive, trauma-informed care to women with substance use and co-occurring disorders. POWER serves 1,400 individuals each year and is growing. Currently, we are recruiting to fill the Assessment Specialist positions on our Central Intake team.
The Assessment Specialists will have interaction with various members of POWER as well as our clients, and will be expected to:
- Conduct screening interviews and make referrals to appropriate health and human services agencies as needed based on the outcome of the screening interview.
- Conduct confidential, quality assessments, that are gender-responsive and trauma-informed, utilizing ASAM criteria to determine the appropriate level of care. Assessments may be conducted in the community or at a POWER office.
- As a member of the POWER Central Intake team, using a strength-based and trauma-informed approach works collaboratively with clients and other treatment team members (internal and external) to help support clients in their treatment and recovery. Work closely with clients to engage them in the decision-making process and help them understand the benefits of the assessment and accessing the appropriate level of care as indicated.
- Based on the assessments, make referrals to the most appropriate programs and agencies in an effort to help clients access the right level of care to best meet their treatment needs. Communicate with referral sources and emergency contacts.
- Provides transportation for direct admission into a level of care at the time of the assessment, as needed.
- Complete paperwork requirements and maintain quality, up-to-date clinical records; including Outcomes Survey information and information for invoicing for services.
- Enter necessary information into POWER’s database/EMR system.
Requirements and Qualifications
- Candidate must have at a minimum a Bachelor Degree in Social Work, Counseling, or related field.
Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling or related preferred.
- Experience in a women-centered treatment environment or with gender-responsive care as well as experience with trauma-informed services; and motivational therapies preferred.
- Strong interpersonal and engagement skills; organizational and time-management skills; and verbal/written communication skills.
- Valid driver’s license and use of a reliable vehicle.
- Strong computer skills/experience with EMR system.
- Self-directed and flexible to meet the needs of administration and management, and ability to manage multiple tasks.
- Ability to secure Act 33 and 34 clearances.
Annual Starting Salary Bachelors level $33,500 and a Masters Level $44,000. (This is an exempt position.)
As a service provider and employer, POWER values equality of opportunity, human dignity, and racial/ethnic and cultural diversity. Accordingly, POWER does not in engage in discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, gender, age, marital status, familial status, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic code, or other factor protected by law.
If you meet the qualifications and are willing to embrace POWER’s mission, vision, and values, submit your resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about POWER, visit www.power-recovery.com
HCEF is looking for an enthusiastic team member to contribute to the launch of a new initiative to take learning to students in the community. As Education Support Coordinator with HCEF you will build relationships with students, families, school and housing agency staff, and the HCEF team to advance the education of children and youth experiencing homelessness. You’ll be a part of shaping HCEF’s new Mobile Learning, Home Visiting Tutoring Program, which will expand HCEF’s efforts to collaborate with families not previously reached.
- Collaborate with HCEF staff to build mobile learning program policies and procedures, assist with hiring and managing consultants for the implementation of this new program.
- Participate in continuous improvement to develop and deliver high quality mobile learning programming.
- Build respectful, culturally responsive, and trusting relationships with families.
- Participate in and coordinate structured, child-focused home visiting that promotes parents’ ability to support the child’s cognitive, social and emotional, language and literacy, physical development, and approaches to learning.
- Implement effective strengths-based caregiver education, including methods to encourage caregivers as a critical part of their child’s education.
- Research and implement Methods to help caregivers promote literacy in their children including use of research-based strategies to support the development of literacy.
- Coordinate consultant team with the support of the Education Director and work with Manager of Community Engagement to coordinate volunteer support to the consultant team.
- Collaborate with Family Engagement Coordinator to establish and maintain communication with parents, teachers, and school staff to support student academic achievement. Participating in family intake meeting, creating goals and plan for families as they relate to the education of the child.
- Handle a personal caseload of families and students receiving tutoring and family engagement support.
- Monitor the effectiveness of the tutoring sessions and family supports (including distribution of surveys) and make adaptations when necessary to meet individual student’s needs or needs of the family.
- Ensure that all data (intake form data, goal updates, volunteer and student attendance, parent meetings, school interactions, etc.) are accurately entered in the appropriate database on a weekly basis
- Abide by HCEF policies and practices and attend HCEF team meetings, and board committee meetings.
- Complete other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree (in Education, Social Work, or related Field)
- Education background and teaching certification would be a plus
- General knowledge about homelessness and housing instability, and rights of students and families experiencing homelessness.
- Knowledge of Special Education System, Processes and Best Practices (including IEPs, 504 Plans, Universal Design, etc.)
- Prior experience with tutoring K-8 students in an out-of-school time context
- Family Engagement Experience Required
- At least 3 years of experience working with children and families
- Passionate about ensuring that all youth have equal access to quality education
- Commitment to diversity, social justice, equity, and inclusivity
- Belief that all people/organizations have a responsibility and ability to effect social change in their communities
- Ability to think and act quickly in a moment of crisis, knowledge of de-escalation
- Strong interpersonal and relationship management skills
- Excellent written and verbal communication
- Project management experience; ability to multitask, problem-solve, prioritize, delegate, and to create systems/processes
- Some familiarity with the (local or similar) resources and systems that serve people experiencing homelessness or families experiencing crises
- Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation required
Salary Range: $35,000 to $40,000
Benefits: The position includes a benefit package, which provides health, dental, vision, a 401K Plan with a 3% discretionary match, as well as paid vacation and holidays.
This position will report to the Education Director and work remotely, out in the community, and at the HCEF office at 1901 Centre Ave, Suite 301, Pittsburgh, PA 15219. The position is exempt and full-time. The standard hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with flexibility dependent on case load.
To Apply: Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to Kaitlyn Nykwest at email@example.com.
Homeless Children’s Education Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity.
Job Location: Alternatives Program – South Side, PA
TCV Community Services offers a competitive wage and benefits package. If you are interested in making a difference, apply today on the TCV website www.tcv.net.
TCV is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
DESCRIPTION OF ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
Provide focused treatment for a caseload of chemically dependent individuals. Utilize professional clinical skills to conduct initial drug & alcohol assessments, facilitate group therapy, provide individual therapy & family therapy (as needed), case management and crisis intervention according to organizational and program policies and procedures.
REQUIRED MINIMUM EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND LICENSURE:
- Master’s Degree in Social Service Field with one year of practical/clinical experience or Bachelor’s
- Degree in Social Service Field with 3 years related clinical experience.
- Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Licensed Professional Counselor &/or Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor preferred. Problem Gambling and Video Gaming Certification preferred.
- 37.5 hours per week.
- Some evening hours required. The schedule is designed to meet program and consumer needs.
Bilingual a plus.
To apply for this job please visit www.tcv.net.
The Garfield GreenZone and Service Project is intended to bring area residents into greater contact with their environment and natural spaces. Through various projects and programming, neighbors can enjoy new walking trails, plant gardens, participate in organized or informal recreation, and preserve green space throughout Garfield for future generations to use. The initiative also provides a pathway for non-violent offenders to avoid incarceration by diverting offenders into community service projects and enabling them to receive training in landscaping skills that could lead to actual jobs.
The Bloomfield Garfield Corporation (BGC) is seeking a qualified and experienced person to help coordinate and carry out a number of projects and programs in the Garfield GreenZone and Penn Avenue corridor. This person reports to the BGC’s Chief Operations Officer, and works collaboratively with the Community Engagement and Planning Specialist to plan and organize events and meetings. This staff person also assists the community engagement and planning specialist with related public safety issues. These include working with the district magistrate system to identify individuals whom the court assigns to the BGC to perform community service projects rather than pay fines or receive jail time.
Roles and Responsibilities:
- Pursue projects and implement programs that are in accordance with the Garfield GreenZone plan, and involve various individuals, organizations, and private and public agencies in executing this objective.
- Assist senior staff at the BGC in identifying and applying for grants, corporate sponsorships, and other sources of support needed to implement, manage, and sustain the projects and programs emanating from the initiative.
- Identify and collect pertinent data on parcels that could be eligible for acquisition by the BGC or other entities that would expand on conservation efforts by the community.
- Develop educational programming and curricula related to conservation or management of urban open spaces to share with community members, community service participants and students.
- Assemble volunteers as needed from across the community to help implement various aspects of the GreenZone Initiative, including trail-building, clean-ups, removal of invasive species, tree plantings, and other beautification projects.
- Become familiar with the principles behind the concept of environmental justice and find ways to integrate them into the work that results from the GreenZone Initiative.
- Track and analyze the progress of the Initiative to ensure goals and objectives are being met and the metrics of success and accountability are periodically reviewed.
- Create and collect content, reports, visuals, and other communications materials across a variety of platforms that assist the BGC board of directors in gauging the success of the Initiative and in presenting those accomplishments to funders and to the larger community.
Garfield Greenzone & Service Project Coordinator
- Be an ambassador and advocate for the organization at all times, and engage the public and media in helping to understand and support the value of the work done by the BGC in the eyes of key audiences and constituents.
B. Alternative adjudication program & Court ordered community service:
- Identify and prepare individuals assigned by the district magistrate’s courts under their 1520 Alternative Adjudication Program for the training and work experiences they will receive from the BGC under the program.
- Establish and maintain strong relations with local magistrates who agree to participate with the BGC in the 1520 Diversion program and other community service efforts.
- Publicize the 1520 Diversion program and the Garfield Greenzone Initiative through presentations, blog and social media posts, articles in popular and professional publications, and brochures.
- Coordinate with clients who are assigned through the court system, who may not be 1520 participants. These community members can work in the Greenzone instead of paying fines per Magistrate Court.
Requirements of Position:
- Good interpersonal and written communication skills
- Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, G-mail and Google Drive
- Ability to meet deadlines in a timely manner, often with quick-turnarounds
- Occasional availability in the evenings and on weekends for meetings or activities.
- Strong team-building skills.
- Valid PA driver’s license and access to a reliable motor vehicle when needed
- Experience or interest in land stewardship and/or urban agriculture
- Ability to pass PA Act 33/34 and FBI fingerprint clearances
- Residence, upbringing, or family in Garfield, East End, or close proximity preferred
- Ability to lift up to 25 pounds
- Qualified ex-offenders encouraged to apply
Experience or Education:
Associate’s or B. A. degree in a field of related interest, and/or five years’ experience working for a community-based organization, or a nonprofit whose mission relies upon empowering and engaging residents of low-income communities.
Resume and cover letter should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. References should be furnished upon request.
The BGC is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Our Mission is to empower girls and young women to have productive lives through holistic, gender-specific programs, education, and experiences.
The Clinical Director works across all programs and is responsible for overseeing and developing the Clinical department. Develop, plan, and implement strategies for program continuation and growth. Provide clinical training to clinical staff and interns. Incorporate Sanctuary principles and practices across the agency. Provides individual therapy, family therapy and clinical group facilitation.
Education: Master’s degree in social work, professional counseling or related field.
License/Certification: Licensed Mental Health Professional in the Commonwealth of PA (LCSW, LPC, etc)
- Three to five years clinical supervision and management of clinical teams.
- Knowledge of inequity issues that impact girls and young women of color.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the complex issues that impact girls living in underserved, low socioeconomic areas.
- Must have the ability to think globally, solve problems and have good decision-making skills, including critical thinking skills.
- Ability to bill in CCBHO.
- Experience working in crisis setting with individuals and families.
- Ability to work flexible hours non-traditional hours.
- Program development, evaluation, solid organizational skills, and public speaking.
- Strong written and oral communication skills.
Clearances Required: PA Act 33 (Child Abuse) / Act 34 (Criminal History) / Federal Criminal History Record (FBI Fingerprint) / National Sex Offender Registry
- Strong knowledge of infrastructure and operational functions with ability to leverage that knowledge for organization’s success.
- Experience and confidence identifying and implementing evidence-based practices.
- Ability to work in and adapt the culture of a multi-cultural, community-based organization with a commitment to maintain confidentiality.
- Understanding of the Agency’s mission and culture and the ability to maintain appropriate boundaries with staff and clients in all circumstances
- Supervise and oversee all aspects of the clinical department following the agency mission demonstrated by setting departmental goals and objectives and tenants of the Sanctuary Model.
- Recruitment of clinical interns and maintains working relationships with colleges and universities to recruit interns. Provide supervision, evaluation, and scheduling of paid and interns within the department.
- Provide clinical oversite to after school program and direct service staff. Ensure programs are operating with the best clinical practices and ensuring the overall safety and well-being of all clients.
- Provide individual therapy, family therapy and clinical groups to participants involved in the program (maintain a certain number of billable hours as outline by CEO). Make clinical recommendations to staff and clients for additional services as required. Bill insurance companies for services rendered.
- Works in collaboration with the Executive Director and other members of the administrative team on organizational projects, policies, and management-level problem resolution. Works in collaboration with other planning and development staff regarding outcomes-based measurement, client/management information system, staff training, program evaluation and quality improvement systems.
- Ensure Gwen’s Girl is applying the Sanctuary Models principles throughout all aspects of service delivery.
- Regularly provide clinical training to clinical services staff and interns.
- Recruitment of clinical interns, conduct outreach and maintain working relationships with graduate schools.
- Maintain clinical licensure required by state.
- Actively participates in all required team meetings, trainings, and supervisory sessions. Meets regularly with supervisor, communicates openly needs, concerns, and ideas; utilizes feedback given in supervisory sessions.
- Performs in accordance with established system-wide competencies and receives satisfactory performance evaluations annually.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Gwen’s Girls, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer providing equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, or national origin. This policy includes the handicapped and all Vietnam-era veterans. Gwen’s Girls utilizes only job-related criteria in making decisions concerning applicants and employees.
ORGANIZATION: Milestone Centers Inc.
POSITION: Co-occurring Outpatient Supervisor
STATUS: Full Time; 37.5 hours / week
SCHEDULE: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM; Monday through Friday
SALARY: Please submit wage requirements with resume and / or online application
Milestone Centers, a subsidiary of Partners For Quality Inc., is a nonprofit, community-based human services agency supporting individuals with behavioral health challenges and intellectual & developmental disabilities in communities throughout Western Pennsylvania. Our Agency oversees 20 residential settings, two outpatient offices, three adult training facilities, a prevocational enterprise program, a consumer drop-in center, habilitation services, and two Health Care Quality Units in Butler and Warren, which train professionals in 18 counties. Milestone Centers has earned certification from the Sanctuary Institute for providing trauma-informed care.
The Co-occurring Outpatient Supervisor will be responsible for the day-to-day operations and supervision of the Webb Outpatient department. This position also provides outpatient treatment to a limited caseload of outpatient clients. Duties include, but are not limited to:
- Demonstrates and reflects a commitment to the mission and values of Milestone by serving others with respect, dignity, and compassion.
- Utilizes Sanctuary Model’s shared values, the Seven Commitments and tools to conduct daily tasks.
- Coordinates and assigns case transfers.
- Coordinates treatment team meetings.
- Participates in interviewing and selecting staff.
- Provides orientation to new staff.
- Acts as the team leader for clinical crisis.
- Acts as liaison between various departments and levels of care within the Agency and community.
- Provides training and information regarding clinical policies and procedures.
- Participates in planning and implementation of clinical services.
- Completes clinical documentation within required parameters
- Provides case management to clients/consumers in caseload as necessary, which includes but is not limited to case conferences, staff consultation, psychiatric consultation, linking to other external service providers.
- Consults with other external service providers and linkage with other levels of care within Milestone.
Meets or exceeds 60% of productivity standards.
- Master’s Degree
- One of the following Pennsylvania licenses: LSW, LCSW, LPC, LMFT, PsyD
- Two years related experience,
- Good verbal and written communication skills
- Proficient computer skills
- Act 33 and Act 34 clearance and FBI background check
- Valid PA Driver’s license
Please submit wage requirements with resume and/or online application
Employees have the opportunity to earn additional money through various incentive programs:
- $1,000 Employee Referral (for successfully referring someone to employment)
Full Time employees enjoy a comprehensive benefits package:
- Health, Dental and Vision Insurances (United Healthcare)
- $1,200 cash payout option in lieu of Health Insurance coverage
- Healthcare Flexible Spending Account
- Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account
- 15 to 27 Paid Days Off / year
- 8 Paid Holidays
- Short Term Disability
- Long Term Disability
- Life Insurance
- Supplemental Insurance (AFLAC)
- Optional 401(k) with Employer match
- Free parking
- Employee Activities, Rewards and Recognition Programs
- Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program
- Credit Union
- Educational Leave
- Legal Services (Legal Shield)
APPLY TO THIS POSITION
- Interested applicants can choose to apply in any of the following ways:
- Complete an employment application online
- Email resumes: Careers@PFQ.org
- Fax resumes: 412-824-8160
- Drop off resumes or apply in person: Partners For Quality, 250 Clever Road, McKees Rocks, PA 15136
If you need any assistance or require an accommodation to apply please contact us at 412-446-0700.
Partners For Quality and its family of agencies are an equal opportunity employer
Distribution Coordinators are responsible for the planning and implementation of Food Bank distribution programs. These programs include, but are not limited to: Produce to People, Military Share, and Drive –thru distributions. Distribution coordinators will work with the Distributions Manager to generate goals for increasing efficiency and output of current distributions, as well as operationalizing new distributions in line with the organizations strategic plan. Ideally, a Distributions Coordinator has passion for the organizations mission of eliminating hunger in Southwestern Pennsylvania, an ability to cultivate strong working relationships with both internal and external stakeholders, and can problem solve in real time onsite at distributions. Coordinators will work collaboratively across departments to enhance the Food Bank’s distribution programs.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Plan and order items to be distributed at distributions based on estimated numbers of households expected at sites and product available.
- Work with Operations, Community Engagement, and other departments to ensure the safe and efficient output of food during distributions events. Coordinators will engage with customers, volunteers, and other Food Bank staff to ensure a successful distribution.
- Provide exemplary levels of customer service at all distribution events.
- Work with the Distributions Manager to identify creative and efficient mechanisms to increase the output of Distribution programs to help reach the goals laid out in the strategic plan. These include: Increasing meal output via existing distributions. Commencing large-scale distributions in counties that currently lack one. Working to create more equity around the level of service offered to distributions program recipients.
- Confirm distribution site availability and most efficient setup: Maintain relationships with host sites to ensure sustained participation. Serve as steward for community sites, ensuring we leave them as good or better than we find them. Identify and address immediately any safety concerns with sites.
- Upon return to warehouse, oversee proper unloading of trucks, weighing and recording of returned product, restocking of product and supplies, and cleanup of dock area.
- Abide by expectations set by the Distributions Manager and Director of Innovation and Distributions Programs
- Bachelor’s Degree, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Experience with Microsoft Office and and Google Apps.
- Prefer experience with CRM software and inventory systems.
- Previous leadership or coordinating experience preferred.
- Knowledge of and experience with operating warehouse equipment (i.e. motorized pallet jack, pump jack) preferred;
- Valid driver’s license required.
- Passing Act 33/34 Clearances
Certificates and Licenses:
Must be completed within 90 days of employment:
- Safe Food Handling Certification
- First Aid/CPR Certifications
Disclaimer: The preceding job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all responsibilities, duties, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.
How to Apply: Go to https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/All/65e34b7d-06f6-4b43-89d5-221e6eedb5fe/Greater-Pittsburgh-Community-Food-Bank click apply, create a login, fill out our online application and attach resume and cover letter.