Executive Director

TryLife Center is a faith-based, life-affirming, pregnancy and family resource center dedicated to promoting the life of the unborn and the physical, emotional and spiritual well-being of our clients through confidential counseling, education and material support.

Background

TryLife Center operates as a pregnancy and family resource center in Lower Burrell, Westmoreland County, and maintains a medical mobile unit. The Center is accredited with PANO since 2005 and holds a high degree of accountability.

Nearing its 25-year anniversary, TryLife Center, a faith-based prolife nonprofit, is seeking a dynamic leader who is passionate about its mission, in agreement with its Tenets of Faith, while also possessing demonstrated operational and strategic acumen. The successful candidate must have a drive for excellence, standards and innovation.  The Executive Director must be a proactive and strategic thinker in the context of the ever-changing political and healthcare environment.

Job Summary

This full-time, exempt position reports to the Board of Directors and works closely with the Board’s Executive Committee.  Responsibilities include overseeing areas of development and initiating fundraising, public relations, daily operations, human resources, policy, community/volunteer resources and finance that are consistent with the mission of TryLife Center. Some flexibility exists with the hours.

Specific Qualifications

  • Minimum of BS or BA in related field
  • Minimum of 5 years of successful non-profit experience in management and supervision
  • Proven track record with successful oral communication and writing skills
  • Able to effectively lead staff of 10-12 individuals and a team of volunteers
  • Established history of working with individuals, businesses and corporations on a professional level
  • Well-acquainted with the foundation community and grant writing
  • Well-organized, self-motivated possessing time management skills
  • Able to maintain confidentiality
  • Possess necessary PA clearances and FBI fingerprinting report

Application Process

Resume and a one-page cover letter that conveys why you are well-suited for this position and how it fits into your career should be emailed to tthimons@outlook.com.  Address subject line to: Members of the Search Committee.

Phone screens of top applicants will be first order of application process.  Interviews of preferred candidates will be arranged following phone screens.

Confirmation of receipt of the application will be sent by return email.  Qualified and serious applicants only.  No phone calls or paper copies, please.

Executive Director

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, NORTH ALLEGHENY FOUNDATION

The North Allegheny Foundation is a broad-based community organization that was founded in 1989 to enhance and enrich the education experience at North Allegheny School District. The Foundation is governed by a 23-member Board of Trustees that represents a diverse group of community and business leaders who are dedicated to supporting excellence in education. Since 1989, the Foundation has distributed over $400,000 in grants to NA schools and thousands more in scholarships to outstanding graduating seniors.

The North Allegheny Foundation is seeking an Executive Director to carry out its vision to advocate, promote, and fund initiatives to enrich learning experiences for students and staff at North Allegheny. The Executive Director serves as the point of contact for all Foundation programs, with the major emphasis on fundraising activities. The Executive Director will collaborate with Foundation officers and volunteers to meet the annual budgetary and program goals as well as serve as the Foundation representative, promoting the Foundation’s mission within the community and school district.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR JOB DESCRIPTION:

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Annual Campaign – The Executive Director will create and administer the Foundation’s annual giving campaign. This program must generate unrestricted income for the Foundation’s operating costs. Once an effective annual giving campaign is established, it will provide recurring revenue to expand the Foundation’s efforts.
  • Fundraising Events – Provide oversight and organizational support for fundraising events (e.g., Trick or Trot, Distinguished Alumni Gala, Taste of NA, Golf Outing) or any other events. The Executive Director collaborates with Trustees and volunteers to ensure the success of Foundation events.
  • Financial & Operational Reporting – Involved in preparation of accurate, complete, and timely financial documents recording the overall financial status of the Foundation, individual committees, and special event activities.
  • Alumni and Planned Giving Strategy – In support of the Foundation Board, research and identify potential major donors to include alumni, private foundations, corporations, and individuals with opportunities for larger gifts and planned giving. Develop an Alumni Program replete with benefits similar to a collegiate alumni program.
  • EITC Program Oversight – Lead Educational Tax Improvement Credit program by overseeing the application, renewal, and solicitation processes.

Essential Job Functions:

Fundraising (50%)

  • Oversee an Annual Giving Campaign, which will focus on recurring gifts and donations.
  • Work with the Foundation Board and appropriate committees to meet all aspects of the budget.
  • Work with Committee Chairs to assist with the recruitment of volunteers to serve on Foundation Board Committees.
  • Assist with the solicitation of individual and corporate prospects to maximize program and event sponsorships.
  • Create and maintain donor databases (actual and potential).
  • Supervise the maintenance of accurate, complete, and timely records of all fundraising activities, donor gifts, and special event sponsors.
  • Share appreciation with donors by providing follow up and ongoing communications.
  • Collaborate with the Superintendent of the school district or designee to identify school district funding priorities.
  • Assist special events committees in managing all aspects of annual special events.
  • Explore, create, and submit grant requests and necessary grant reports to private foundations and other funding sources (e.g., state educational departments).
  • Research and explore additional funding sources.

Administration (20%)

  • Maintain office and software systems to support all development projects and program operations to include Foundation’s fundraising database.
  • Work with the Treasurer and Committee Chairs, review and monitor financial reports and monthly financial statements to develop the annual budget, annual report, and other necessary reports and data for the annual audit and tax return forms.
  • Collaborate with and supervise volunteers.
  • Work with District and Foundation committees in managing all programs and services of the Foundation.

Foundation Board Relations (10%)

  • Work with the Executive Committee and Trustees to develop, monitor, and communicate the organization’s annual and long-term plans in reaching the Foundation’s goals.
  • Attend Foundation Board meetings and present regular reports to Trustees.
  • Help define the priorities, develop teamwork, and ensure appropriate communication among Trustees, volunteer leaders, and school district staff.

Public Relations and Promotions (20%)

  • Work closely with the District’s Communications team to develop and produce communications (social media campaigns, marketing materials, press releases, web site, etc.) to educate the community about the mission of the organization, its impact, as well as particular special events and services.
  • Make presentations in and around the community to businesses, alumni and parent groups, rotary clubs, etc. to create awareness of the Foundation’s existence and to obtain potential general or EITC donations.
  • Facilitate appropriate communication with community organizations and local businesses to develop and maintain partnership opportunities.
  • Leverage social media to enhance donor relations, positively enhance the Foundation’s reputation in and around the District, and publicize the Foundation’s work and impact on students, families, and faculty in the District.
  • Write articles for the Foundation newsletters and District newsletter.
  • Provide regular and timely reports to the Foundation Board and School Board liaison.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Experience in fundraising required
  • Background in managing a small business or not-for-profit group preferred
  • Strong ties to the NA community preferred (e.g., NA alumnus, former NA employee, or parent of current and/or former NA students)
  • Experience in event planning, developing communication plans, developing and executing strategic plans, working with volunteers, and other relevant experience will be considered
  • High energy level, persistence, and self-motivation
  • Comfortable working with Word, Excel, Power Point, and other basic software applications
  • Outstanding written and oral communication skills
  • Organized and detail oriented

Goal Setting and Evaluation:

  • An ongoing evaluation/review meeting will be held quarterly during the first year with the Foundation membership, then annually thereafter, in addition to regular feedback from Trustee leadership.
  • Financial goals will be established prior to the start of the Foundation’s fiscal year by the membership of the Foundation to review and approve on an annual basis.
  • Foundation Trustees will also have the opportunity to complete an annual evaluation of the Executive Director, which will be taken into consideration by the Foundation membership.

Other position details:

  • Salaried position
  • 20 hours per week average working hours
  • Office/Computer provided at the District’s Central Administrative Office

The North Allegheny Foundation is an equal opportunity employer, and all activities, employment, and programs are offered without regard to an applicant or participant’s age, race, color, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity or expression, disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.

Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, and demonstration of qualifications to nafoundation@northallegheny.org by October 9, 2021. Applicants in need of assistance with the application process should contact Kelly Caldwell at (412) 369-5419.

** The Executive Director is an employee of the North Allegheny Foundation and is NOT an employee of or entitled to salary or benefits from the North Allegheny School District.

Executive Director

Position: Executive Director
Status: Full-time, Exempt
Application Deadline: Thursday, September 30, 2021, 12:00 p.m. EST

About Protohaven 

Founded in 2017, Protohaven serves as a design and fabrication school that fosters the public good. Its mission is to engage people in the process of making things to enrich individual lives, build thriving communities, and contribute to a vibrant, sustainable society. Protohaven operates from a 12,500 square foot building in Wilkinsburg, PA with the goal of building an inclusive, sustainable makerspace and school for the greater Pittsburgh region. It partners with a wide array of other nonprofits, supports dozens of small businesses, and teaches hundreds of classes in design and fabrication. Approximately a third of the businesses and organizations Protohaven supports are women or minority led, and approximately a third of its members and students receive discounted access based on income, work-trade, or through nonprofit partnerships. Protohaven’s community consists of over 150 members and over 20 volunteers.

Position Summary 

Protohaven seeks an Executive Director (ED) to build on the organization’s strong momentum, and to execute its new 2021-2024 strategic plan. Reporting to Protohaven’s Board of Directors (Board), the ED leads teams of talented staff and dedicated volunteers in the delivery of design, fabrication, and entrepreneurship programming. Supported by staff members and external vendors, the ED is responsible for the high-level planning, implementation, and oversight of Protohaven’s financial and facility management, operations, marketing, and development activities. They serve as the primary representative of the organization interacting transparently and empathetically with a wide variety of stakeholders from new students to longtime funders to community partners.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities 

The ED is responsible for the successful leadership and management of Protohaven according to the strategic direction set in partnership with the Board and performs the following with the assistance of the staff, volunteers, and external vendors:

Internal Leadership & Community Engagement

  • Collaborate with the Board in developing and executing a vision and strategic plan to guide the organization, and foster effective teamwork between the Board and the Executive Director and between the Executive Director and Staff
  • Communicate to and advise the Board on all aspects of the organization’s activities, and conduct official correspondence on behalf of the Board as appropriate
  • Act as the principal spokesperson for the organization, and represent the organization at community activities to enhance its community profile
  • Communicate with stakeholders to keep them informed of the work of the organization and to identify changes in the community served by the organization
  • Establish good working relationships and collaborative arrangements with community groups, funders, elected officials, and other organizations to help achieve the goals of the organization

Operations

  • Develop an operational plan which incorporates goals and objectives that work towards the strategic direction of the organization
  • Ensure that the operation of the organization meets the expectations of its members, Board and funders
    Oversee the efficient and effective day-to-day operation of the organization
  • Draft policies for the approval of the Board and prepare procedures to implement the organizational policies; review existing policies on an annual basis and recommend changes to the Board as appropriate
  • Ensure that personnel, member, donor, and volunteer files are securely stored and privacy/confidentiality is maintained
  • Provide support to the Board by preparing meeting agenda and supporting materials
  • Identify and evaluate the risks to the organization’s people (members, staff, volunteers), property, finances, goodwill, and image and implement measures to control risks
  • Ensure that the Board of Directors and the organization carries appropriate and adequate insurance coverage and understand the terms, conditions, and limitations of the insurance coverage

Marketing & Development

  • Cultivate productive relationships with the local, regional, and national philanthropic sector to identify, maintain, and/or secure new or ongoing funding opportunities
  • Implement a strategy to increase contributed revenue from individual donors and from corporate sponsors
  • Ensure that the organization is equipment with the marketing and creative and branding assets needed to engage in communications and  marketing and communications activities
  • Work with the Board and the staff to create a marketing plan that will increase regional awareness and engagement with Protohaven while boosting earned revenue from membership

Programming

  • Oversee the planning, implementation and evaluation of programs and services
  • Ensure that the programs and services offered contribute to the organization’s mission and reflect its strategic priorities
  • Monitor the day-to-day delivery of the programs and services of the organization to maintain or improve quality

Financial & Facility Management

  • Work with staff and the Board to prepare a comprehensive budget, and to secure adequate funding for the operation of the organization
  • Ensure that sound bookkeeping and accounting procedures are followed
  • Administer organizational funds according to the approved budget and monitor the monthly cash flow of the organization
  • Provide the Board with comprehensive regular reports on revenues and expenditures
  • Ensure that the organization complies with all legislation covering taxation and withholding payments
  • Offer a safe, accessible, and code compliant space for staff, student, and volunteers
    Manage the scheduled maintenance, repair, and/or replacement of Protohaven’s design and fabrication equipment

Human Resources

  • Determine staffing requirements for organizational management and program delivery
  • Oversee the implementation of human resources policies, procedures, and practices
  • Establish a positive, healthy, and safe work environment in accordance with all appropriate legislation and regulations
  • Recruit, interview, and select staff that have the right technical and personal abilities to help further the organization’s mission
  • Implement a performance management process for all staff
  • Train, coach, and mentor staff as appropriate to improve performance
  • Discipline staff when necessary, using appropriate techniques; release staff when necessary using appropriate and legally defensible procedures

Desired Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Demonstrates a commitment to Protohaven’s mission, vision, and values
  • Proven track record of fostering a diverse, equitable, and inclusive organizational culture
  • 5+ years of successful nonprofit management and minimum of 5 years of supervisory experience
  • A Bachelor’s degree and/or significant experience with organizational development and leadership, education, entrepreneurship, and/or fundraising
  • Experience developing, implementing, and measuring programming
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • An adaptable, empathetic, and innovative approach to organizational leadership
  • Experience pursuing earned revenue opportunities within a nonprofit organization
  • Experience with grant writing and cultivating funder relationships
  • Experience in maintenance coordination for design and fabrication equipment types
  • Professional and/or academic experience in arts and cultural and or design work
  • Ability to obtain clearances for a variety of programming (i.e. K-12 education)

Compensation 

Salary range of $70,000-$80,000, dependent on experience level. Protohaven offers a competitive benefits package including paid time off, health, dental, and vision insurance, and a 401(k) with matching contributions.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement 

Protohaven seeks to create an inclusive and equitable organization at all levels. To that end, Protohaven is committed to recruiting candidates for employment that represent our diverse community in race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, and ability. With inclusion as one of our core values, we strive to create an environment where all feel welcomed and are treated with dignity and respect.

How to Apply 

Email resume, cover letter, and salary expectations to executive-search@protohaven.org. Applications are due by Thursday, September 30, 2021 and will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

Physical Demands 

The person in this position needs to regularly sit, stand, and move throughout the space, utilize manual dexterity and repetitive finger motion, speak, hear and see with close vision. Individuals must be able to lift up to fifty pounds, push or pull, reach or stretch, and utilize distance vision, color discrimination, peripheral vision, depth perception and focusing ability.

Work Environment 

This position is primarily performed at Protohaven, in both administrative and workshop areas, with occasional exposure to outdoor weather conditions. Commuting and event attendance will be required, and candidates are expected to have access to consistent personal transportation. Drivers license and personal vehicle are preferred. This job description is not all inclusive and it is not intended to create nor be construed as an express or implied contract of employment. Protohaven reserves the right to interpret, amend, or terminate any job description, plan, policy, program, procedure, practice, or benefit at any time at its sole discretion.

Executive Director

Status: Full-time; exempt employee
Salary: $52,000 starting salary
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Deadline: Apply by September 30 for best consideration. Early applications encouraged.

Executive Director Position Overview:

The Pittsburgh Camerata and Pittsburgh Girls Choir are recruiting for a new full-time opportunity as Executive Director. We are seeking a leader with strong nonprofit management and fundraising experience, who will provide strategic and operational management in collaboration with the organizations’ Artistic Directors. The Executive Director will build on recent strategic planning to create a framework for successful artistic collaboration and increase program and revenue generating opportunities for both organizations, working with the Boards and Artistic Directors to fulfill the organizational missions.

This new shared leadership position supports two independent Pittsburgh-based performing and music education organizations as part of a newly established administrative affiliation.  Overall it is anticipated that time will be shared with ⅖ focus on The Pittsburgh Camerata and ⅗ focus on the Pittsburgh Girls Choir, understanding there will be overlapping responsibilities.  The new Executive Director position will report to and receive support from the Joint Affiliation Oversight Committee, a group of four Board members with equal representation from the two organizations.  The Executive Director will have a primary point of contact within the Committee.  For more about the affiliation, see the recent article in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

The Pittsburgh Camerata

https://pittsburghcamerata.org

The Pittsburgh Camerata (PC) is a professional vocal ensemble dedicated to and inspiring through choral excellence. Founded in 1974, the Camerata specializes in the entire choral repertory with a unique focus on Renaissance/Baroque and 20th/21st century works. Under the direction of Mark Anderson, the ensemble presents a subscription concert series each season in Pittsburgh and its surrounding suburbs. The ensemble is actively engaged in developing a catalog of recorded music. With an annual budget of approximately $100,000, the Camerata’s long-range plan includes expanding programming, audience growth and developing mentoring opportunities.

Pittsburgh Girls Choir

https://pittsburghgirlschoir.com

Founded in 2005, the Pittsburgh Girls Choir (PGC) provides a supportive community committed to artistic excellence through an exemplary music education program for girls in first through twelfth grades under the leadership of Founding Director Kathryn Barnard. The PGC welcomes girls of all races, ethnicities and socioeconomic backgrounds. A sliding scale tuition structure makes this possible, as well as additional need-based scholarship. Additional PGC activities include community outreach, a summer choral festival camp, touring opportunities in the U.S. and abroad and the Women of Song program. The PGC’s recently completed strategic plan includes creating satellite programs for younger choirs, mentoring and leadership opportunities for older singers, expanding collaborations with other performing groups and growing audience outreach and community engagement, under an annual operating budget of approximately $220,000.

Key Responsibilities:

Like all nonprofit leaders, the Executive Director should bring a balanced approach as a strategic and operational executive. They should have the capacity for organized, focused work, and an ability to manage multiple projects under tight deadlines, while maintaining an openness to changing situations and opportunities while fostering a culture of professionalism and accountability. Specific areas of responsibility include:

Leadership and Management

  • Develop a multi-year strategic direction in collaboration with Artistic Directors, building on current strategic plan(s) and affiliation expectations
  • Responsible for ensuring day-to-day operations are carried out in collaboration with staff
  • In collaboration with Artistic Directors, set and then manage the annual operational calendar
  • Manage administrative staff, including development officer, communications specialist and contract bookkeeper
  • Develop and adhere to appropriate policies and procedures
  • Establish and ensure effective systems to track progress toward strategic goals

Fundraising and Communications

  • Lead fundraising efforts in conjunction with staff, volunteers and Boards, including individual giving, grants, sponsorships, special events and other opportunities
  • Develop and implement fundraising systems that improve management and tracking of donor data, ticketing and other services, including new shared CRM
  • Develop and work with staff to ensure effective and timely internal/external communications, including website, mailings, emails, social media, marketing and program materials
  • Engage contract communication, marketing and IT expertise as needed to initiate and implement external messaging/marketing plan that integrates organizational programmatic, enrollment and fundraising goals
  • Promote and advocate the organizations’ missions and serve as spokesperson for The Pittsburgh Camerata and Pittsburgh Girls Choir in conjunction with respective Artistic Directors

Finance and Human Resources

  • Manage venue contracts and artist agreements/contracts in conjunction with the Artistic Directors; manage general payroll, accounts and processing with bookkeeper
  • Oversee preparation of annual budgets, monthly financial oversight and other necessary financial documents and compliance

Board Relations

  • Maintain and support strong Boards of Directors for The Pittsburgh Camerata and Pittsburgh Girls Choir
  • Responsible for communicating effectively with the Boards and providing timely and accurate information
  • Assist in the identification, recruitment and on-boarding of new Board members
  • Provide assistance for Board committees as needed

Experience, Skills and Qualities:

The position of Executive Director will be a challenging and rewarding opportunity that requires a diverse set of skills and experiences to achieve success. The Boards seek highly qualified candidates that can lead the organization with vision, skill, and creativity. While we understand that no single candidate can possess every qualification listed below, the following are priority areas.

  • Passion for The Pittsburgh Camerata and Pittsburgh Girls Choir unique mission, vision and commitment to artistic and educational excellence
  • Minimum five years experience in nonprofit management, fundraising, marketing/communication or equivalent professional experience
  • Demonstrated success in working with a Board of Directors or similar governing body
  • Strong communication skills, both oral and written
  • Working knowledge of computers, CRM and calendar systems
  • Attention to detail, well organized, deadline-driven, and able to juggle multiple priorities
  • Ability to work independently and with diverse constituents
  • Work style that is transparent, encouraging, collaborative, and that inspires others
  • Knowledge of and networks in Pittsburgh and the region is a plus

Working Conditions:

  • The Pittsburgh Camerata and Pittsburgh Girls Choir are committed to access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities in employment, services, programs, and activities
  • Work involves some evenings and weekends per the concert/rehearsal schedule
  • Must have, or be willing to obtain, appropriate PA clearances for working with children and youth (Criminal Record Check; Child Abuse Clearance; FBI Background Clearance)
  • Reports to Joint Affiliation Oversight Committee (comprised of two board members each from both The Pittsburgh Camerata and Pittsburgh Girls Choir)

Compensation:

The starting salary for this position has been budgeted at $52,000, with bonus opportunities based on meeting performance and revenue objectives. The position offers a flexible work schedule, including work from home/remote, generous paid leave, and benefit stipend subsidy (tailored based on individual need during contract negotiation)

Application Process:

Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter detailing their interest in and qualifications for this position to EDsearch@pittsburghcamerata.org (no phone calls). Please submit one PDF document that includes both cover letter and resume and include your name in the file name.  Questions may also be directed to the email above. For best consideration, apply by September 30, 2021. Qualified applicants will be contacted on a rolling basis. Early applications are encouraged.

The Pittsburgh Camerata and Pittsburgh Girls Choir are committed to creating a diverse environment and are proud to be equal opportunity employers.

Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Executive Director, Network Care Management

The Organization

Dedicated to making aging easier® since 1928, Presbyterian SeniorCare Network (PSCN) provides a broad continuum of living and care options, serving the needs of older adults from those who desire total independence and wellness opportunities to individuals who require nursing and/or compassionate end-of-life care. PSCN provides services to more than 6,500 older adults and persons with disabilities or special needs across 56 communities in 10 western Pennsylvania counties. Serving seniors and expanding programs and services for almost 100 years, PSCN is a Center of Excellence for Dementia Care, Rehabilitation, and End-of-Life. PSCN is Western Pennsylvania’s largest provider of aging services and senior living options, with several communities in the Pittsburgh region. PSCN offers person-centered care, which means that residents are given all the choice and flexibility possible in their daily living. This philosophy empowers residents and their families to be involved in making decisions that affect their lives.

Mission Statement:

PSCN is committed to enriching the aging experience through person-centered service and living options.

Values Statement:

Grounded in Christ-like values of benevolence and love of neighbor, PSCN pursues excellence, innovation, and collaboration to ensure individuals live well and team members have meaningful, engaging work.

With more than 2,100 employees, PSCN values compassion and growth in its team members. By using its LEANforward program, team members feel engaged and encouraged to redesign their work to make it easier to create value for the people served.

For more information, please visit: https://www.srcare.org/

The New Care Transformation Unit

PSCN is launching a new business unit within the organization: the Care Transformation Unit (CTU).  At the heart of the CTU’s development is the Triple Aim Model, a framework focused on care/service integration and social determinants of health, through which the team will function and carry out its mission:

  • Better Care for Individuals: integrated wellness model across time and location
  • Lower Per Capital Costs: potential to take risk and gain-sharing
  • Better Health for Populations: older persons with chronic conditions

The new staff of the CTU will be a dedicated team of experts, focused on the identification, development, implementation, and commercialization of transformational and scalable care management programs and services. The CTU will fundamentally shift care delivery for vulnerable seniors. The team of the CTU will function as the mechanism to seek and evaluate new business opportunities that have the potential to transform the care experience for seniors in the community at-large and the region, while rebalancing the PSCN portfolio of services and corresponding revenue. To maximize learning and strengthen the entire organization, the CTU will engage with existing service lines throughout PSCN, elevating Care Management and Managed Care readiness and potential opportunities to innovate by leveraging existing assets, competencies, and collaboration across the broader health care ecosystem.

Executive Director, Network Care Management Position Overview

With clinical strength and experience in comprehensive and holistic approaches to care management and population health for community-based seniors, the Executive Director, as one of the initial hires of the new Unit, will report directly to the Senior Director, Care Transformation.

The Executive Director will work closely with the Senior Director and PSCN service lines to identify, design, implement, and commercialize innovative care management solutions.  While this position will be primarily internal-facing, the Executive Director will also support the Senior Director to establish and advance external business and community partnerships, particularly for the first two (2) years.

From an internal perspective, the Executive Director is responsible for all aspects of PSCN’s network-wide Care Management framework, clinical process and outcome metrics, and creating processes that support replicable practices and results. The Executive Director will deploy care management competencies across PSCN by collaborating with service line teams to implement an integrated model of care and transfer knowledge.  As such, the ability to navigate and nurture these matrixed service line relationships will be critical to success. PSCN has a history of successful matrix relationships within and across service lines. This model is very familiar to our business units where the Unit/Center has cross-functional and cross-organizational authority for model and philosophy integrity, while the individual service lines and communities have accountability for execution and adherence.

The Executive Director position requires expertise and experience in Managed Care with the ability to critically review outcomes.

The Executive Director is primarily responsible for the following:

Strategy Execution

  • The Executive Director works closely with the Senior Director, CTU team, and PSCN service lines to identify, design, implement, and sell innovative care management solutions.

Network-Wide Care Transformation

  • Through community-based Care Management Model Adoption and Implementation, the Executive Director is responsible for all aspects of the PSCN Care Management Framework and transformation:  clinical process, outcome metrics, creating processes that support replicable practices and results.
  • Articulate the value-added benefit of innovative care management models as it relates to managed care contracts and outcomes both internally with PSCN and with external partners.
  • Translate opportunities for projects or products to transform the PSCN continuum to an integrated system of care and service delivery and integration within the broader health care ecosystem.
  • Deploy care management competency across the PSCN.
  • Collaborate with service line teams to implement an integrated model of care and transfer knowledge across the Network to strengthen the impact of PSCN’s financial performance to prove demonstrable value in the regional health ecosystem.
  • Participates in implementing performance improvement opportunities within the Unit and across PSCN.
  • Maintains compliance with PSCN policy and procedure in accordance with governing laws, regulations, regulatory agencies, accreditation bodies and community standards.
  • Consistently upholds the mission, values, and behavior standards of PSCN. Maintains confidentiality.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

With a unique blend of clinical experience and business acumen, the Executive Director will support PSCN’s mission with a deep understanding of the role PSCN plays in the lives of clients, families, and the community. The successful candidate will have requisite healthcare experience; a strong background in data and metrics; as well as strong relationship management skills.

Demonstrable experience, competencies, and qualifications include:

  • Educational background aligned with the requirements of the position. Must be clinically licensed to practice in Pennsylvania or ability to immediately obtain PA license.
  • Demonstrated expertise in innovative care management approaches to manage cost and quality specific to the needs of frail and vulnerable seniors.
  • Previous experience with community-based long-term care or senior services.
  • Demonstrated understanding of processes/systems to eliminate duplication, reduce fragmentation, and improve value to persons being served.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Managed Care, Medicaid, and Medicare.
  • Demonstrated ability to articulate the value-added benefit of targeted care management for frail and vulnerable seniors as it relates to managed care contracts and outcomes.
  • Demonstrated capability to work within the structure of a multi-facility organization.
  • Values an inclusive work environment and can demonstrate cultural competence.
  • Exemplifies person-centered values such as caring, dignity, choice, and respect all which lead to purposeful living for PSCN residents.

Performance Objectives

In the near term, the new Executive Director will be expected to continue to deliver outstanding outcomes while successfully addressing the following in the first 6-12 months:

  • Collaborate with service line leaders to advance internal adoption/alignment of the PSCN Care Management Framework: education, gap analysis, and interventions to close gaps.
  • Collaborate with service line leader and on-site staff to lead the development and pilot of a Care Management model for Affordable Housing: outcomes, data and analytics, and internal/external workflows.
  • Support the Dementia Care Management team to advance development and commercialization of the community-based dementia program: seamless interface among client, payor and program team to achieve outcomes, model adaption to meet motivational factors of payors and clients, development of processes and tools to deliver outcomes.

Compensation

This position offers a competitive salary in the $120,000 – $140,000 range and a traditional benefits package found with other nonprofit organizations of similar size, scope, and scale.

DEI Imperative

PSCN seeks to recruit candidates for employment that represent our diverse community in race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, and ability. Inclusive and equitable in our recruitment and retention practices, we are dedicated to uplifting diverse opinions and backgrounds in order to grow and evolve as a welcoming workplace for all.

How to Apply

Presbyterian SeniorCare Network has retained Nonprofit Talent to assist with this important organizational change process. Specific questions related to the position may be emailed to Michelle Pagano Heck, President, at Michelle@NonprofitTalent.com. Please direct all inquiries related to this position to Nonprofit Talent, and do not contact Presbyterian SeniorCare Network.

Resume, position-specific cover letter, and salary expectations can be uploaded here:

https://nonprofittalent.applytojob.com/apply/6PHuWkL0Gt/Executive-Director-Clinical-Presbyterian-Senior-Care-Network-Care-Transformation-Unit

APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BY 5PM on September 27, 2021

Senior Director, Care Transformation

The Organization

Dedicated to making aging easier® since 1928, Presbyterian SeniorCare Network (PSCN) provides a broad continuum of living and care options, serving the needs of older adults from those who desire total independence and wellness opportunities to individuals who require nursing and/or compassionate end-of-life care. PSCN provides services to more than 6,500 older adults and persons with disabilities or special needs across 56 communities in 10 western Pennsylvania counties. Serving seniors and expanding programs and services for almost 100 years, PSCN is a Center of Excellence for Dementia Care, Rehabilitation, and End-of-Life. PSCN is Western Pennsylvania’s largest provider of aging services and senior living options, with several communities in the Pittsburgh region. PSCN offers person-centered care, which means that residents are given all the choice and flexibility possible in their daily living. This philosophy empowers residents and their families to be involved in making decisions that affect their lives.

Mission Statement:

PSCN is committed to enriching the aging experience through person-centered service and living options.

Values Statement:

Grounded in Christ-like values of benevolence and love of neighbor, PSCN pursues excellence, innovation, and collaboration to ensure individuals live well and team members have meaningful, engaging work.

With more than 2,100 employees, PSCN values compassion and growth in its team members. By using its LEANforward program, team members feel engaged and encouraged to redesign their work to make it easier to create value for the people served.

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The New Care Transformation Unit

PSCN is launching a new business unit within the organization: the Care Transformation Unit (CTU).  At the heart of the CTU’s development is the Triple Aim Model, a framework focused on care/service integration and social determinants of health, through which the team will function and carry out its mission:

  • Better Care for Individuals: integrated wellness model across time and location
  • Lower Per Capital Costs: potential to take risk and gain-sharing
  • Better Health for Populations: older persons with chronic conditions

The new staff of the CTU will be a dedicated team of experts, focused on the identification, development, implementation, and commercialization of transformational and scalable care management programs and services. The CTU will fundamentally shift care delivery for vulnerable seniors. The team of the CTU will function as the mechanism to seek and evaluate new business opportunities that have the potential to transform the care experience for seniors in the community at-large and the region, while rebalancing the PSCN portfolio of services and corresponding revenue. To maximize learning and strengthen the entire organization, the CTU will engage with existing service lines throughout PSCN, elevating Care Management and Managed Care readiness and potential opportunities to innovate by leveraging existing assets, competencies, and collaboration across the broader health care ecosystem.

Senior Director, Care Transformation Position Overview

With strength and experience in strategy and business development, the Senior Director is critical to the success of the CTU and will report directly to the PSCN Senior Vice President for Strategic Initiatives.

While this position will be primarily external facing, the Senior Director will also be intimately involved with internal operations within the CTU and across the organization, particularly for the first two (2) years.

From an internal perspective, the Senior Director will develop and execute the strategy of the new CTU, while running operations, conducting research, critically reviewing data, and assuring the financial, care, and quality outcomes. Continuous innovation and testing of ideas are the hallmark of this role. Internally, the Senior Director will collaborate with PSCN service line leaders to test and adopt new care models.  PSCN has a history of successful matrix relationships within and across service lines. This model is very familiar to our business units where the Unit/Center has cross-functional and cross-organizational authority for model and philosophy integrity, while the individual service lines and communities have accountability for execution and adherence.

From an external-facing perspective, it is anticipated that activities included during the first two years will allow PSCN to explore whether the CTU could achieve significant external impact with the advancement by the CTU of care model initiatives already in place or in the planning phase. The exploration of potential external impact will require that the Senior Director quickly engage with PSCN’s current contacts and partners, as well as identify new contacts and partners (e.g. physicians, hospitals/health systems, payers), who can be sources of business referrals or become contracted clients.

The Senior Director is primarily responsible for the following:

Strategy Development and Execution

  • Responsible for leveraging relationships and partnerships within and outside of PSCN for the development and commercialization of innovative care management solutions.
  • Scans the local, regional, and national markets to identify opportunities for the development and commercialization of innovative care management solutions and products/services to support home and community-based living.
  • Identifies and suggests innovative approaches to Care Management.
  • Collaborates to develop new chronic care models that incorporate elements of risk stratification, total cost of care, data analytics, predictive analytics, etc.

Revenue Generation

  • Identifies and promotes products and services to support home and community-based living.
  • Identifies, designs, and implements the business development of contracts to expand the programmatic and revenue success of the new CTU.
  • Generates contracts and revenue from sources including managed care organizations, licensure agreements, other senior living organizations, and private pay clients.
  • Manages the grant process for philanthropic monies received and requested.

Operational Management

  • Supervises the team of the CTU.
  • Responsible for managing CTU budget, project oversight including adherence to selection criteria, milestone achievement, and adherence to process metrics.
  • Works in collaboration with internal PSCN service lines for synergy and to spread the transformational impact across the PSCN portfolio and related entities.
  • Participates in implementing performance improvement opportunities within the Unit and across PSCN.
  • Maintains compliance with PSCN policy and procedure in accordance with governing laws, regulations, regulatory agencies, accreditation bodies and community standards.
  • Consistently upholds the mission, values, and behavior standards of PSCN. Maintains confidentiality.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Compassionate and driven, the Senior Director will support PSCN’s mission with a deep understanding of the role PSCN plays in the lives of clients, families, and the community. The successful candidate will lead with purpose to ensure the organization meets strategic goals, contributes positively to the workplace culture, and demonstrates professional acumen that is authentic and dedicated.

Demonstrable experience, competencies, and qualifications include:

  • Educational background that is relevant to the position. Experience in Health Care Administration or related field and previous experience with long-term care or senior service preferred.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of, and experience addressing, clinical and financial motivational factors for a variety of Managed Care Organizations and the data needed to demonstrate impact on those factors.
  • Entrepreneurial experience with new program or product within established company/organization or start-up company. A sense of entrepreneurial opportunism, with the ability to flex and adapt with changing conditions.
  • Experienced public speaker with excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, with the ability to serve as a strong external spokesperson for an organization.
  • Experience in business development and sales with the ability to create a compelling ask and close a deal.
  • Demonstrated leadership and foresight, including capitalizing on opportunities, identifying challenges, and anticipating course changes.
  • Strategic and tactical ability to manage programs, services and people.
  • Experience overseeing budgets, with the capability to allocate resources strategically and manage spending effectively.
  • Values an inclusive work environment and cultural competence.
  • Demonstrated capacity to work within the structure of a complex organization with multiple product lines.

Performance Objectives

In the near term, the new Senior Director will be expected to continue to deliver outstanding outcomes while successfully addressing the following in the first 6-12 months:

  • Validate the integrity of each service line’s commitment to, and adoption of, the PSCN Care Management framework as evidenced by cost and quality outcomes.
  • Assess organizational roles and relationships and collaborate with other service line leaders and topic experts to create the CTU infrastructure. Identify interface opportunities, project criteria and approval process, and data requirements to monitor CTU performance.
  • Develop the approach and process for identifying and formalizing external partnerships to advance commercialization of care models currently in place or in the planning phase.

Compensation

This position offers a competitive salary in the $135,000 – $155,000 range and a traditional benefits package found with other nonprofit organizations of similar size, scope, and scale.

DEI Imperative

PSCN seeks to recruit candidates for employment that represent our diverse community in race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, and ability. Inclusive and equitable in our recruitment and retention practices, we are dedicated to uplifting diverse opinions and backgrounds in order to grow and evolve as a welcoming workplace for all.

How to Apply

Presbyterian SeniorCare Network has retained Nonprofit Talent to assist with this important organizational change process. Specific questions related to the position may be emailed to Michelle Pagano Heck, President, at Michelle@NonprofitTalent.com. Please direct all inquiries related to this position to Nonprofit Talent, and do not contact Presbyterian SeniorCare Network.

Resume, position-specific cover letter, and salary expectations can be uploaded here:

https://nonprofittalent.applytojob.com/apply/MBHKIpfYCW/Senior-Director-Presbyterian-Senior-Care-Network-Care-Transformation-Unit

APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BY 5PM on September 27, 2021

Board of Directors and Committee

Ten Thousand Villages Pittsburgh sells artisan-crafted home decor, personal accessories and gift items from across the globe.  Featuring products from more than 130 artisan groups in some 38 countries, we are part of a network of over 390 retail outlets throughout the United States selling Ten Thousand Villages products.

Ten Thousand Villages’ mission is to create opportunities fro artisans in developing countries to earn income by bringing their products and stories to our markets through long-term fair trading relationships.

As one of the world’s oldest and largest fair trade organizations, Ten Thousand Villages has spent more than 60 years cultivating trading relationships in which artisans receive a fair price for their work and consumers have access to distinctive handcrafted items.  We seek to establish long-term buying relationships in places where skilled artisans are under-or unemployed, and in which they lack other opportunities for income.  A founding member of the World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO), Ten Thousand Villages sees fair trade as an alternative approach to conventional international trade.

Ten Thousand Villages has openings for board directors with experience and expertise in the following:

  • Strategic Planning
  • Legal
  • Human Resources
  • Marketing
  • Fundraising
  • Accounting/Finance

The full Board meets on the third Wednesday of every month (except July and December) at 6:30PM at the store located at 5820 Forbes Ave in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood.  Committees meet as needed.  Terms are three years and directors are not required to make financial contributions.

If you are interested in joining Ten Thousand Villages Pittsburgh’s Board of Directors, please submit your resume to: board.pittsburgh@tenthousandvillagfes.com

Executive Director

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
NEIGHBORHOOD LEGAL SERVICES
PITTSBURGH, PA

Neighborhood Legal Services (NLS) headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, seeks a visionary, strategic, and collaborative individual to serve as its next Executive Director. NLS’s current and longtime Executive Director, Robert V. Racunas, Esq., is retiring in January 2022.

NLS is dedicated to the provision of high quality legal services to low income and vulnerable residents of Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, and Lawrence Counties. It is the primary provider of civil legal aid in the four county region, delivering its services through four local offices and a centralized phone and online helpline system. In addition to a staff of approximately 70, it uses nearly 200 volunteer attorneys from the private bar to provide pro bono legal advice and representation to those in need. NLS’s advocacy and support staff is represented by the Iron City Legal Assistance Workers (ICLAW), an affiliation of the National Organization of Legal Services Workers District 65 of the United Autoworkers.

NLS works closely with the local bar associations and other nonprofit organizations in the region to expand access to the courts and to address the most critical civil legal needs of low income and vulnerable residents living within its service area. NLS is a member of the Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network (PLAN), and is one of three independent legal aid programs participating in the Southwestern Pennsylvania Legal Services Consortium, which seeks to coordinate the delivery of legal services across Southwestern Pennsylvania.

NLS has enjoyed 55 years of accomplishment and success in the region. The next Executive Director will join NLS at a time of stability, strength, and opportunity. The Executive Director is the key management leader of NLS, responsible for overseeing the administration, programs, and strategic plan of the organization. Other key duties include fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. The position reports directly to an active and engaged Board of Directors. The Executive Director is based in Pittsburgh, PA. Travel is required throughout the program’s four-county service area (Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, and Lawrence counties) in Southwestern PA to ensure accessibility. Occasional travel out of town is required (i.e. Harrisburg, Philadelphia, national conferences, etc.).

About the Executive Director position:

NLS’s Executive Director is responsible for:

  • Providing visionary, strategic, collaborative leadership to accomplish NLS’s mission and to improve the availability and quality of civil legal aid for low income people and victims of domestic violence in Southwestern Pennsylvania;
  • Leading ongoing planning efforts and implementation of an articulated strategic vision and to ensure the continued thoughtful development of NLS programs and policies;
  • Successful management of the $7.4 million civil legal aid program in accordance with the policies and programmatic decisions of the NLS Board of Directors and the requirements of funders;
  • Working with the Board, management team, and staff to review and develop policies to achieve adherence to organizational bylaws and inform program operations in order to fulfill NLS’s mission;
  • Ensuring NLS’s fiscal integrity and growing the support for the organization;
  • Engaging and inspiring staff members, board members, clients, and other stakeholders in development and implementation of the organizational mission, including its work to address poverty;
  • Establishing positive and productive labor-management relationships with unionized advocacy and support staff through active participation in labor-management committee discussions and through collective bargaining;
  • Developing talent pipeline and succession planning to replace long-tenured employees, ensure staff retention and engagement;
  • Ensuring that client voices are heard and incorporated in all decisions;
  • Passionately advocating for the legal rights of low-income persons;
  • Serving as an effective ambassador for NLS’s public and key stakeholders;
  • Ensuring the long-term sustainability of NLS through active leadership of a diversified resource development program focused on individual and law firm gifts, foundation grants, and government grants and contracts;
  • Forming strong relationships with local funders and government officials;
  • Leading racial equity efforts in the areas of advocacy, community involvement, internal policies, board composition, and hiring;
  • Ability to set vision and harness technology to improve access to justice and organizational efficiency;
  • Working with Southwestern Pennsylvania Legal Services Consortium partners to set direction for civil legal aid advocacy and legal aid program coordination; and
  • Liaising with state and local bar associations, court systems, the Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network, Pennsylvania IOLTA Board, state and national access to justice entities, and organizations such as the American Bar Association IOLTA Commission, National Association of IOLTA Programs, National Legal Aid and Defender Association, Legal Services Corporation, and other relevant entities as appropriate.

Qualifications of the Executive Director:

  • Juris Doctor degree and admission to the Pennsylvania Bar, or the ability to obtain admission following employment;
  • Broad and deep public interest legal experience across a range of issues;
  • Demonstrated skills as an effective relationship builder and collaborator in networks such as agencies, judiciary, elected officials, grantee, local bars, social services, present and potential funders, the public at large, and client communities;
  • Significant meaningful experience in management necessary to direct NLS’s operations, manage staff, and oversee large budgets, with legal aid or nonprofit experience preferred;
  • Experience working productively with a highly engaged board of directors;
  • Knowledge of nonprofit budgeting, financial functions, grant reporting, and compliance;
  • A track record of fundraising success;
  • Ability to manage wide-ranging responsibilities and to assist others in managing their responsibilities in a demanding environment;
  • Outstanding communication skills orally and in writing with a range of audiences and stakeholders;
  • Experience working effectively with multiple organizations and individuals with diverse perspectives;
  • Experience with relevant technology and its application to effective communication and efficient delivery of services; and
  • Ability to bring vision, integrity, courage, decisiveness, intelligence, creativity, energy, humor, and compassion to the challenges of this demanding position.

Application Process:

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. To receive full consideration, candidates are urged to submit their application by September 17, 2021. Please submit a letter expressing your interest in the position, your qualifications, and what you hope to contribute to the organization’s future. Please include a résumé and the names and contact information for three professional references. Applications will be held in confidence during the initial stages of the process.

Materials should be submitted electronically to ppap@mielegalaid.org in Microsoft Word or pdf format.
NLS offers a competitive salary depending on experience and excellent benefits. NLS is an Affirmative Action Employer.

NLS is assisted in the executive director search by Patricia Pap, Executive Director, Management Information Exchange, 105 Chauncy Street, Floor 6, Suite 3, Boston, MA 02111, 508-737-4010, ppap@mielegalaid.org. Candidates with questions about the position or process are encouraged to contact her.

Executive Director

The Community Foundation of Greene County (Waynesburg, PA) is seeking a dynamic Executive Director who works under the supervision of the Board of Directors and demonstrates commitment and working knowledge of the philanthropic sector and dedication to the betterment of the people and community served by CFGC.

Candidates must demonstrate:

  • Ability to manage a nonprofit organization and board of directors
  • Experience in fundraising, donor relations, grant-making and grant management in the nonprofit sector.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Minimum education of a Bachelor’s degree is required.
  • Preference given to candidates with a graduate degree in a relevant field.

Salary and benefit package of $50,000 to $70,000. Compensation commensurate with the successful candidate’s experience and qualifications.

The Foundation is a tax-exempt, nonprofit, philanthropic institution with a long term goal of building permanent, named component funds established by many separate donors for the broad-based charitable benefit of residents of a rural county in southwestern Pennsylvania.

To apply: EMAIL resume and cover letter detailing why you believe you are the ideal candidate including community foundation and/or nonprofit experience and education to: cfgreenecounty@gmail.com

WIC Director

QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION:

  • Bachelor degree in dietetics, nursing, or closely related field, or two years satisfactory employment as a manager of a community based organization or health facility.
  • Certified Lactation Counselor.

WORK WEEK:

  • Monday – Friday 8:30 AM – 4:00PM

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:

  • Regular and reliable attendance is essential.
  • Develop a plan of operation for all programs in the department.
  • Collaborates and coordinates with other Blueprints PSAs to assure services are comprehensive and organizational strategies are advanced.
  • Directs exempt staff in the coordination and organization of staff and volunteers.
  • Directs exempt staff in identifying community needs and resources.
  • Evaluate staffing needs and make recommendations for change including hiring, discharge, pay increases, and promotion.
  • Approve exempt staff time and travel records.
  • Evaluate exempt staff performance and assure training to strengthen skills through staff development.
  • Monitor compliance of programs with regard to regulatory standards.
  • Develop and maintain inter-agency linkages.
  • Represent agency and department on community boards, associations, groups, committees as appropriate.
  • Approve purchases as defined by funding source and agency policies.
  • Develop, monitor and maintain program budgets.
  • Create, review and submit reports as required by funding source and agency.
  • Develop resources and design/implement projects to meet needs of low-income persons.
  • Serve as a resource with regard to community food, nutrition, breastfeeding and poverty issues.
  • Direct the design, implementation and maintenance of a breast-feeding Peer Counseling Program for participants as outlined in state agency policy.
  • Assure that Local Agency Breastfeeding Plan, Outreach Plan and Nutrition Education Plan are completed and submitted as required by State Agency.
  • Assure that in-service breastfeeding trainings occur for all WIC staff.
  • Oversee Retail Store Component; assure compliance with state mandates.
  • Interpret and transmit current scientific information regarding lactation to program staff.
  • Analyze, compile, and evaluate program service area data, as necessary.
  • Direct the design, implementation, accountability and evaluation of a breast pump distribution program.
  • Provide breastfeeding consultation to WIC participants as indicated.
  • Use a variety of State WIC data system applications appropriately and accurately.
  • Keeps well informed of new legislation affecting the department.
  • Oversee local agency reviews of vendor component.
  • Oversee program and agency outreach in the community.
  • Serve on WIC state committees as needed.
  • May work in Clinics in emergencies.

HOW TO APPLY:

A Blueprints application MUST be submitted to be considered for employment.

To access the Blueprints application on-line, visit our website at www.myblueprints.org and click on JOBS.

Blueprints
Attn: HR Generalist
150 West Beau Street, Suite 304
Washington, PA 15301

For a management position, submit an updated resume and cover letter to the HR Coordinator listing job-related skills and accomplishments. It should also describe how their current experience with Blueprints and prior work experience and /or education qualifies them for the position.

CLEARANCES/LICENSES:

Final determination of suitability for employment will be contingent upon a successful:

  • Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) fingerprint processed in accordance with Public Law 92-522 and the Child Protective Services Law (Title 23, Pa C.S. Chapter 63), Federal Criminal History Background Check.
  • Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance.
  • PA State Police Report of Criminal History Clearance.
  • Intradermal TB test

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY:

Blueprints adheres to its Affirmative Action Statement providing Equal Employment Opportunity to all employees and future applicants.

Consideration for placement and evaluation of qualifications will be made on a fair and equitable basis without regard to race, color, citizenship status, national origin, ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, creed, physical or mental disability, marital status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or any other factor protected by law.

EMPLOYMENT ELIGIBILITY VERIFICATION:

U.S. Law requires that, if hired, you must furnish within 72 hours of starting work documents listed on the I-9 Form.  One (1) document from List A or one (1) document from List B and one (1) document from List C.  Some of these documents include but are not limited to:

  • Card issued by the Federal, State, or Local Government showing your identity
  • Driver’s License or State Issued Photo I.D. Card
  • School Photo I.D. Card
  • U.S. Passport
  • Voter Registration
  • U.S. Military Card or Other Draft Card
  • Social Security Card
  • Certificate of Birth
  • Employment authorization document issued by the Department of Homeland Security

PROMOTION CONSIDERATION:

Current employees whose current status is not the result of a poor performance evaluation will be considered granted they meet the minimum qualifications for the position.

BREAK BARRIERS – BUILD FUTURES

For more information visit our website www.myblueprints.org