Director of Ecology and Environment (Outdoor Position)

This unique position directs the development and maintenance of a sustainable ecosystem on the Motherhouse grounds, ensures a safe environment for Sisters, visitors, and guests to the property, and develops and promotes educational opportunities related to the environment and sustainability.

Development and Maintenance of Ecosystem on Motherhouse Grounds

  • Provide oversight and participate with staff and contractors to ensure a safe environment for Sisters, visitors and guests to the property
  • Review and recommend contractors for on-site services such as waste removal, diesel gas order, snow removal, and tree services
  • Shared on-call responsibilities
  • Maintain recycling program for staff and Sisters

Develop Educational Opportunities

  • Develop and deliver environmental / ecological trainings to Sisters and staff, i.e., Spotted Lanternfly, recycling

Manage Volunteer Offerings

  • Provide oversight of monthly volunteer days
  • Oversee Community Gardens
  • Partner with local scouts to execute Eagle Scout projects
  • Collaborate with Spirituality Center Director to develop environmental/ecological programs, as appropriate

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Sustainability Management/Environmental Ecology/Agricultural Sciences, experience with small farm operations, food systems or environmental education, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
  • Previous experience in outdoor maintenance
  • Basic skills for operating and maintaining small lawn equipment
  • Basic mechanical experience / knowledge
  • Small engine / Diesel engine knowledge or repair

Special Job Features:

  • This job operates in an outdoor setting and in all types of weather.
  • This role routinely uses hand tools and small equipment.
  • Must have the flexibility to accommodate snow removal as needed.
  • Occasional weekend availability required as needed.

Program Manager

Helping women reclaim their lives from addiction and related emotional health issues, and improving the well-being of future generations.

Program Manager Job Summary

POWER is seeking a highly-skilled and experienced Program Manager to oversee the POWER House program. The Program Manager, who is a member of POWER’s Program Leadership Team, provides overall management of the program in a way that reflects gender-responsive and trauma-informed care, and supports POWER’s mission, philosophy, policies and procedures, and new initiatives.

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 Chief Financial Officer position on our executive leadership team.

As part of the POWER House leadership team, the Program Manager will have interaction with various members of POWER and will be expected to:

  • Provide program management and oversight of day-to-day activities in a manner that furthers the mission of the organization.
  • Provide strategic recommendations to management
  • Supervise and lead program staff in a way that reflects trauma-informed principles.
  • Establish and develop relations with senior management and external partners and stakeholders

Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Work with the Clinical Supervisor & Clinical Director to develop creative quality programming that is gender and culturally sensitive, utilizes evidence-based trauma informed models, and reflects best practices in the fields of addictions and mental health treatment; and help to operationalize the agency’s mission, values, and initiatives.
  • Provide reports to the Clinical Director regarding major initiatives, personnel issues, budget concerns, and recommendations for program improvement. Use data and outcome information to assess effectiveness of programs and to help guide discussions about program improvements.
  • Develop, update, and maintain program specific procedures as needed to support agency policies and initiatives and to enhance program operations. Recommend updates to Agency Program Manual policies and procedures and all other manuals as needed. Ensure program staff has access and understanding of all agency and program specific policies and procedures.
  • Conduct performance evaluations on supervisees in a timely manner and provide consistent feedback with regard to meeting program objectives and position responsibilities. Use coaching and counseling effectively to help staff meet professional and agency goals.
  • Ensure training needs of program staff are met and assist with development of Annual Training Plan that is consistent with regulatory requirements, agency mission and initiatives, and staff’s professional goals.
  • Ensure that all program activities are being carried out as defined by the agency and help identify barriers and offer solutions for effective implementation of trauma informed program activities. Maintain adequate staffing for program coverage.
  • Facilitate team and other staff meetings in a manner that builds team cohesiveness and collaboration.
  • Maintain the program at capacity and work with program staff and the Clinical Director to address issues related to utilization.
  • Help recruit, screen, interview employment candidates, and make recommendations for hiring staff.
  • Monitor maintenance of the facility and equipment and effectively problem solve to address issues in a timely manner to ensure the health and safety of clients and staff, as well as to comply with state, county, and local requirements.  Work collaboratively with Maintenance Manager and Facility Director.
  • Provide on-site management and supervision on weekend, evening and overnight shifts to ensure program success and staff adherence to policy and procedures.  Participate in 24-hour on-call rotation as needed.
  • Assist in development of program budget and implement the program within the budget.
  • Monitor data collection and submission so as to ensure the transfer of timely and accurate data that can be used for billing and outcomes measurement purposes.
  • Develop and maintain collaborative relationships with community organizations and service providers; and work to enhance the effectiveness of intra and interagency relations. Maintain good public relations with all referral sources and the larger health and human service community by serving as an ambassador of all POWER programs and marketing the program as needed through outreach activities.
  • Develop, implement, and participate in quality assurance activities to ensure quality of service delivery that reflects best-practices and ensure that all record keeping requirements are met by all staff members in a timely manner.
  • Participate in all staff development and training as required.
  • Remain knowledgeable about and maintain personal and program compliance with internal and external policies, procedures, regulations, and standards; including, for example, all of POWER’s policies and procedures and Quality Assurance Plan, DDAP requirements, State Licensing regulations, County
  • Monitoring requirements, and managed care/insurance regulations. (Includes all laws and regulations related to the confidentiality of D&A clients.)

Requirements and Qualifications 

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, or related field and a minimum of five (5) years of clinical experience in a drug and alcohol or mental health setting, two (2) of which have been in a supervisory capacity, and preferred to have at least one (1) year experience in a licensed treatment facility.   LCSW or
  • LPC highly preferred.
  • Experience working across multiple systems preferred.
  • Strong leadership and organizational skills, and ability to develop effective teams and build consensus.
  • Understanding of residential operations; ability to balance clinical supervision with facility/program management.
  • Value and exhibit excellent customer service.
  • Good computer skills.
  • Valid PA driver’s license.
  • Results-driven and analytical thinker
  • Exceptional time management
  • Ability to strategize and solve problems

Annual Starting Salary $54,751

(All wages are listed as a starting rate, offers will be based off of relevant experience, education and skills)

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: efrohnhofer@power-recovery.com. For more information about POWER, visit www.power-recovery.com

Community Sponsorship Manager

Working from our Pittsburgh, PA office, Hello Neighbor is seeking a Community Sponsorship Manager to oversee Hello Neighbor’s Community Sponsorship Program. This program falls within refugee resettlement and is core to our continued growth, sustainability and scalability in supporting refugees within the City of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County.

This is a newly created position at Hello Neighbor and an exciting opportunity to join a fast scaling early-stage nonprofit. This position reports to the Founder and CEO.

Key Responsibilities:

This role will pilot Community Sponsorship in Pittsburgh. It’s an exciting opportunity to co-build, along with the Executive Director, a community sponsorship program at Hello Neighbor and the first within the region.

Community Sponsors will support a refugee family as they resettle into our community. As Community Sponsorship Program Manager, you will be at the forefront of a major new initiative, supporting the resettlement of refugees in Pittsburgh. You will work with individuals, community and faith groups to support the efforts of our Reception & Placement team, a Case Manager and Housing and Employment Specialist.

Hello Neighbor’s extensive experience and good practice building a mentorship program of volunteers and caring neighbors, will guide the building of training materials, orientations and successful implementation of community sponsorship teams ultimately supporting the self-sufficiency of our newest neighbors and aspiring Americans.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • 4-6 years of experience in refugee resettlement or a related field
  • Excellent communication, writing and project management skills
  • Experience working with our cultures and/or additional language proficiency
  • Required: Car, valid driver’s license and proof of insurance
  • Alignment with and support of Hello Neighbor’s core values
  • Flexibility and ability to work nights and weekends as needed

About You:

  • A creative and unique perspective on refugee resettlement and community sponsorship
  • A team player
  • Great people skills, your role with be very public facing and you will be ease at both public speaking to groups, at trainings and orientations, and interacting directly with community sponsorship individuals and refugees
  • Energetic, motivated and hardworking
  • Ability to take direction and work independently, as well as collaboratively
  • Ability to take initiative and manage multiple tasks and projects at a time
  • Passion for community building, refugee and immigrant rights
  • Ability to communicate with diverse communities
  • Excellent writing, communication and organizational skills
  • Living migration experience and fluency in other languages a plus

Details/Benefits:

  • This is an in-house position at our Pittsburgh, PA office
  • Estimated start date: November/December
  • Salary range: $53,000-56,000

To Apply:

We are accepting applications on a rolling basis until October 31st. Selected candidates will be invited to interview in November.

Employment and Housing Coordinator

Working from our Pittsburgh, PA office, the Employment & Housing Specialist is responsible for ensuring that newly arrived refugees, SIVs and Afghan parolees are provided with safe, sanitary, and affordable housing as well as fair and equitable employment opportunities. This includes creating relationships with landlords and securing items for apartment setups as well as supporting refugee enrollment in training and recertification programs if needed, reviewing resumes for relevance, job matching with our employer connections, and creating relationships with employers.

This is a newly created position at Hello Neighbor and an exciting opportunity to join a fast scaling early-stage nonprofit. This position reports to the Founder and CEO.

Key Responsibilities:

Housing Duties (50%)

  • Research and secure safe sanitary and affordable housing
  • Coordinate and implement apartment set-up
  • Maintain and develop relationships with area landlords, housing trusts, housing authorities, and property management agencies
  • Follow-up with property managers and/or clients to ensure apartment maintenance issues are satisfactorily resolved
  • Manage in-kind donations of furniture and household items including solicitation/purchases, transportation, organization/storage, and distribution;
  • Coordinate and supervise interns and volunteers
  • Update database, maintain lease records, report on housing statistics
  • Ensure that refugees are served in a linguistically and culturally appropriate manner
  • Provide safety orientation and education to newly arrived refugees
  • Participate in community outreach and collaborative work with Hello Neighbor’s partners

Employment Duties (50%)

  • Liaise between employers and to help clients secure appropriate employment
  • Evaluate candidates’ skills to help identify appropriate positions
  • Maintain and grow relationships with employers and share candidates for opportunities within their organization
  • Develop an individualized career development plan with the job seeker
  • Maintain detailed relationship records using our database
  • Ensure positive candidate experience on all fronts

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Requires 4+ years of related and/or applicable work experience and a demonstrated ability to effectively work with refugee and immigrant communities
  • Car, valid driver’s license and proof of insurance
  • Alignment with and support of Hello Neighbor’s core values
  • Flexibility and ability to work nights and weekends as needed

About You:

  • A team player
  • Energetic, motivated and hardworking
  • Ability to take direction and work independently, as well as collaboratively
  • Ability to take initiative and manage multiple tasks and projects at a time
  • Passion for community building, refugee and immigrant rights
  • Ability to communicate with diverse communities
  • Excellent writing, communication and organizational skills
  • Living migration experience and fluency in other languages a plus

Details/Benefits:

  • This is an in-house position at our Pittsburgh, PA office
  • Estimated start date: November/December
  • Salary range: $40,000-43,000

To Apply:

We are accepting applications on a rolling basis until October 31st. Selected candidates will be invited to interview in November.

Refugee Case Manager

Working from our Pittsburgh, PA office, the Refugee Case Manager offers support and services to refugees to help them successfully make a new home in the United States. This is a hybrid role providing services for both the Reception and Placement (R&P) clients and the Matching Grant (MG) clients. The Refugee Case Manager will provide required services for newly arriving refugee families both directly and through engaging with churches, volunteers, landlords, service providers, and community organizations to facilitate self-sufficiency among clients.

This is a newly created position at Hello Neighbor and an exciting opportunity to join a fast scaling early-stage nonprofit. This position reports to the Founder and CEO.

Key Responsibilities:

Case Management (50%)

  • Ensure completion of necessary pre-arrival preparations and services, including housing & provision of material needs
  • Collaborate with Community Sponsorship teams to arrange airport reception
  • Conduct comprehensive assessments to create individualized self-sufficiency plans that guide services during the resettlement period
  • Perform required home visits and evaluations throughout the resettlement period and additional as needed
  • Provide Cultural Orientation to all eligible adults, conducting follow-up as necessary
  • Connect client to means of ongoing support through referrals & coordinating access to other Hello Neighbor programs or external resources
  • Provide continuous case management to address barriers to self-sufficiency
  • Ensure provision of all necessary Core Services
  • Coordinate Volunteers & Interns to provide direct services to clients as needs arise
  • Undertake other duties as assigned
  • Submit monthly, semi-annual, and annual program reports in collaboration with the CEO

Match Grant Client Services (50%)

  • Screen incoming refugee arrivals and other participating populations for eligibility for the Match Grant program
  • Provide orientation and enroll clients within the Match Grant program when applicable
  • Conduct comprehensive family assessments with each client at the time of enrollment, 120 days, and 180 days and make referrals to additional services as needed
  • Perform home visits and evaluations during the Match Grant period
  • Collaborate with Employment Services staff to provide ongoing case management, including budgeting assistance, throughout the six months within the MG program.
  • Provide Match Grant specific services, such as budgeting workshops

Program Responsibilities:

  • Actively participate in department meetings, staff development opportunities, program training, community activities, and organizational events
  • Complete assurances in a timely manner, including confirming any UST relationship & resources available to serve the case
  • Conduct AOR screenings to determine eligibility & coordinate the scheduling of an AOR filing
  • Develop & Strengthen Cultural Orientation/ Life Skills Curriculum in response to identified gaps
  • Provide R&P training and supervision to interns
  • Maintain accurate records of client files, case notes, database entries, and reporting records

Internal Collaboration:

  • Participate with other internal staff in regularly scheduled case briefing meetings to monitor client progress, adjust case plans, and effectively address the needs of clients
  • Communicate regular R&P updates with Program Services Director
  • Participate in conference calls and regular communication with Hello Neighbor

External Collaboration:

  • Communicate regularly with service providers to ensure timely service delivery
  • Advocate on behalf of refugee families when necessary
  • Ensure timely communication with volunteers and churches involved with refugee families, in coordination with the Mission Services Department
  • Attend all State and Coalition calls/meetings/training as appropriate
  • Continuously create new opportunities in the community for refugee services and integration including housing options, medical service partners, and educational opportunities

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Social Work, or similar degrees
  • Requires 4+ years of related and/or applicable work experience and a demonstrated ability to effectively work with refugee and immigrant communities
  • Car, valid driver’s license and proof of insurance
  • Alignment with and support of Hello Neighbor’s core values
  • Flexibility and ability to work nights and weekends as needed

About You:

  • A team player
  • Energetic, motivated and hardworking
  • Ability to take direction and work independently, as well as collaboratively
  • Ability to take initiative and manage multiple tasks and projects at a time
  • Passion for community building, refugee and immigrant rights
  • Ability to communicate with diverse communities
  • Excellent writing, communication and organizational skills
  • Living migration experience and fluency in other languages a plus

Details/Benefits:

  • This is an in-house position at our Pittsburgh, PA office
  • Estimated start date: November/December
  • Salary range: $40,000-43,000

To Apply:

We are accepting applications on a rolling basis until October 31st. Selected candidates will be invited to interview in November.

Smart Start Coordinator

Working from our Pittsburgh, PA office, Hello Neighbor is seeking a Smart Start Coordinator/Manager who will support Hello Neighbor’s program focused on refugee and immigrant mothers and early childhood development. The range of assignments make this role an exceptional launch pad for personal and professional growth – within Hello Neighbor and beyond.

This position will lead the day-to-day operations of the current Smart Start program and support the program’s continued growth. This position will draw on a candidate’s expertise in program development, case and relationship management, maternal health and/or early childhood development to improve the support and services offered by Smart Start. Please note the range of responsibilities could range on this position if the candidate is hired at a Coordinator or Manager level. This position reports to the Director of Family Services.

This is an in-house position at our Pittsburgh, PA office.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Support new and expecting refugee and immigrant mothers, including doing intakes, matching them with a dedicated volunteer, and supporting them throughout their peri-natal journey
  • Lead recruitment and community partner relationships. This includes maintaining a detailed workflow of those relationships, tracking contact information, and representing Hello Neighbor to new and existing partners
  • Lead volunteer recruitment, training for volunteers and volunteer communication
  • Oversee distributions of essential items to new moms including the baby boxes, wishlists for new items, and meal trains
  • Listen to and identify the needs of our refugee moms and create culturally competent programming and support, including new areas for program growth
  • Continue to develop program evaluation metrics including benchmarks, logic models, outcomes and outputs for the program
  • Represent Hello Neighbor at collaborative calls and meetings within the maternal health and early childhood spaces
  • Stay up to date on maternal health and early childhood research outcomes
  • Be excited about program growth and program design which could include developing a more comprehensive early childhood development program components or more intensive case management program components

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Requires 3-5 years of related and/or applicable work experience and a demonstrated ability to effectively work with refugee and immigrant communities, in social work, early education or prenatal or a health-related field
  • Required: Car, valid driver’s license and proof of insurance
  • Required: COVID-19 vaccination
  • Alignment with and support of Hello Neighbor’s core values
  • Flexibility and ability to work nights and weekends as needed

About You:

  • A team player
  • Energetic, motivated and hardworking
  • Ability to take direction and work independently, as well as collaboratively
  • Ability to take initiative and manage multiple tasks and projects at a time
  • Passion for community building, refugee and immigrant rights
  • Ability to communicate with diverse communities
  • Excellent writing, communication and organizational skills
  • Living migration experience and fluency in other languages a plus

Details/Benefits:

  • Applications accepted on a rolling basis through October 31st, 2021
  • Selected candidates will be invited to interview in November
  • Estimated start date: November/December
  • Salary range: $40,000-50,000

To Apply:

We are accepting applications on a rolling basis until October 31st. Selected candidates will be invited to interview in November.

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.

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.

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

Westmoreland and Fayette Development Director

The Westmoreland and Fayette Development Director will lead the annual workplace and community fundraising campaign for United Way of Southwestern PA (UWSWPA) in Westmoreland and Fayette Counties. The Director is charged with growing and strengthening relationships with a portfolio of CEOS and Employee Engagement Champions at local and regionally based companies and organizations and leading the Donor Relations Team (three members) to raise funds to support the work of United Way. The Director will support and/or manage accounts as part of the UWSWPA campaign efforts with teams in the Pittsburgh and Butler offices. The Director will work closely with individual donors of all levels. These relationships are meant to inspire greater and more consistent involvement with United Way and result in increasing generosity of time, influence, and money.

Essential Functions

  • Analyze fundraising campaign annually and formulate plan to increase and promote campaign success to meet the mission goals of United Way.
  • Recruit and build relationships with campaign cabinet members, employee engagement champions and other campaign volunteers.
  • Supervise Westmoreland and Fayette donor relations team to develop strategies, goals, timetables and schedules for all areas of the campaign.
  • Identify and engage new company and individual partners for corporate giving, workplace campaigns and individual support.
  • Work with fundraising staff across the UWSWPA footprint to develop regional campaign goals, formulate strategy and share best practices.
  • Present information about United Way to large and small audiences.
  • As appropriate, plan and coordinate special events and fundraisers.

Additional Functions

  • Ensure that all contributions and donor information are appropriately recorded and that designations are honored.
  • Oversee the account management process.
  • Work with Donor Relations Team to develop workplace leadership campaigns.
  • Work with Resource Development Team to secure volunteers/prospects for community-based leadership giving.

People Management Responsibilities

  • Manage three Westmoreland/Fayette region Donor Relations Team members

Financial/Budgetary Responsibilities

  • Work to develop and manage Westmoreland/Fayette region annual development department budget.

Education and Experience

  • Required: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience; 3-5 years of related management experience
  • Required: 3+ years of experience with human service organization.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Required:

  • Proven experience leading a team in a fast-paced, high-volume workplace.
  • Exceptional interpersonal and customer service skills with a strong ability to communicate openly and effectively.
  • Strong problem-solving and conflict resolution skills
  • Ability to motivate employees by utilizing inspirational coaching and leadership skills to cultivate a level of company and personal success.
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Excellent organization skills
  • Work well independently and within a team
  • Must display a professional demeanor and must be able to work effectively and tactfully with diverse groups of people.
  • Strong computer aptitude with the ability to easily learn new programs, databases, and procedures in an every-changing work environment.
  • Intermediate to advanced level Microsoft office products (Outlook, Teams, Excel)

Certifications/Licenses

  • Required: PA driver’s license

Physical Demands

  • Light: Exerting up to 20 lbs. of force occasionally and/or up to 10 lbs. force frequently and/or a negligible amount of force constantly. Even when weight lifted is negligible, a job is rated light when: 1) it involves walking or standing to a significant degree; 2) it requires sitting most of the time but involves pushing and/or pulling of arm or leg controls; 3) it involves working at a production rate that requires constant pushing or pulling of materials.

Travel Requirements

  • Frequent travel within the region via ground transportation
  • Potential travel outside the region via ground or air transportation

Volunteer Coordinator

The Volunteer Coordinator will build capacity to help attract, train, and oversee volunteers who will actively participate in refugee resettlement and support the work of the Refugee and Immigrant Services team. This position works closely with team members to identify volunteering opportunities within the different programs and services and will be responsible for maintaining department systems and procedures required to coordinate, facilitate, and monitor volunteer activities. The Volunteer Coordinator will be responsible for implementing the Community Sponsorship resettlement approach for JFCS that will enable refugees to build community relationships that support long-term integration. This position reports to the Director of Refugee & Immigrant Services.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Outreach and training –

  • Work in collaboration with JFCS Community Engagement Coordinator to identify individuals, groups, and organizations in Allegheny County interested in supporting refugee resettlement.
  • Adapt a training curriculum for volunteers and mentors
  • Facilitate in-person and virtual training for volunteers and mentors (individuals and groups) on cultural orientation, refugee resettlement, resettlement agencies responsibilities, youth programs, the community sponsorship program, the different levels of commitment, and the role of co-sponsorship groups and volunteers.
  • Support JFCS staff as needed to present at events and promote the community sponsorship program at various professional and community settings.

Program Implementation –

  • Identify volunteer and mentor emerging needs within the Refugee and Immigrant Service team and provide and connect team members with volunteers to support programming.
  • Ensures volunteers and refugees understand each other’s roles, monitors volunteers interactions with clients, and responds to volunteers questions and concerns.
  • In collaboration with the direct supervisor and the community engagement coordinator, develops new volunteer and mentor roles, as necessary.
  • Maintain effective communication with mentors, provide ongoing support and technical assistance to mentors and respond to their needs and concerns.
  • Match mentors with youth and adults to create a fulfilling experience for mentors and mentees.
  • Provide guidance to mentors as they work to build supportive relationships with refugee youth and adults.
  • Implements the Community Sponsorship Program: 1. Develops mutually beneficial collaborations with co-sponsor groups and community partners. 2. Help community organizations and cosponsor groups identify their level of commitment. 3. Provides technical assistance to co-sponsorship groups making sure they follow refugee resettlement guidance. 4. Coordinates with refugee caseworkers, medical team, and employment team to assess implementation, identify best practices, successful strategies, and areas of growth. 5. Evaluates and modifies procedures to make sure co-sponsor groups provide holistic support for economic and social integration of refugees in the region.

Accountability –

  • Tracks volunteer and mentor paperwork in collaboration with JFCS’ Community Engagement Coordinator.
  • Maintains accurate data on programs through agency information systems and other means.
  • Share data and relevant information in a timely manner to the Marketing and Communications team and the Community Engagement Coordinator.
  • Produces accurate, timely reports on departmental programs.
  • Refines and tracks outcomes and benchmarks for departmental programs.
  • Monitors and acts on statistical data related to performance and productivity of departmental programs.
  • Manages quality control of departmental data related to the JFCS information system in collaboration with Clinical Administrator.

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree (preferred) in social service, education, leadership, community engagement, or related field. Experience working with community organizations, faith-based organizations, and businesses. Work experience related directly to refugee or immigrant social services is desirable. Excellent English (spoken and written); organizational and communication skills as well as ability to work under strict deadlines; ability to work as part of a team with case workers, employment specialists, interpreters and others. Sensitive to cultural differences of clients and staff from diverse backgrounds; functional vehicle required; able to work flexible hours.

Application:

Please email cover letter and resume to jobs@jfcspgh.org with “Volunteer Coordinator” in the subject line.  Visit www.jfcspgh.org to learn more.

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