TCV provides a continuum of services, care and support that empowers individuals, families and communities with behavioral, mental health, substance abuse and/or developmental issues to sustain their recovery and achieve the important possibilities in their lives.
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS AVAILABLE!
Multiple locations including West Homestead, Munhall, West Mifflin, North Versailles, Braddock and Pittsburgh.
- Assist with all daily routines including self-care and home-care
- Pass medication administration successfully within two weeks of hire
- Transport individuals and communicate with medical and psychiatric professionals and ensure recommendations are communicated effectively to all team members
- Communicate with day programs regarding health and affect on a daily basis
- Complete basic orientation, fire safety training, and general first aid training before working with individuals
- Complete 24 hours of human service training annually
- Receive annual first aid / CPR by a certified instructor
- Implement the philosophies of Positive Approaches and Everyday Lives to promote independence and maximize satisfaction of the individual(s) served
- Receive annual fire safety training by a fire expert
- Medical Coverage
- Dental Coverage
- Vision Coverage
- 9 Paid Holidays
Please apply at our website: www.tcv.net
The HOPE Mentoring Program is a pre- and post-release adult mentoring program for inmates and reentrants in Allegheny County that seeks to develop a relationship of trust and respect between a mentor and mentee. The long-term organizational objective is to support successful reentry by offering mentees support and care. We believe mentoring is a relational process that helps a mentee identify and utilize their gifts and talents. A successful mentor is someone who can focus on the needs of their mentee by being supportive, encouraging, and present.
During this season of COVID-19 distancing, mentor visits happen virtually by video visits. This is an opportunity to help combat loneliness by giving mentees someone to connect with, while also providing support and encouragement for mentees to think through goals and next steps after they are released from jail.
- Be present, supportive, and nonjudgmental in a way that builds trust
- Be at least 21 years of age
- Live in the Western Pennsylvania region
- Have access to reliable internet and a webcam for visits
- Complete online training and application
- Commit to program for at least 6 months
- Write mentee at least twice each month.
- Complete monthly reports and required paperwork
In order to become a mentor, please express interest through this post or email email@example.com for an application and to register for a training.
The Westmoreland Museum of American Art seeks qualified interns to assist with a variety of projects this summer in a remote capacity as part of a Virtual Internship Program.
The Westmoreland has built a permanent collection of significant American art from colonial to contemporary, placing it among the best museums of American art in the country. The Museum’s extraordinary permanent collection is complemented by world-class traveling exhibitions that draw local, national, and international visitors. We are located just 35 miles east of Pittsburgh in the heart of historic Greensburg, Pennsylvania and within the Laurel Highlands region.
Committed to our number one goal of being a space of healing, connection, and inclusiveness for our community, The Westmoreland has no admission fee. The Westmoreland is bringing American art to the public, presenting a diversity of lived experiences that expand perspectives in American art history and American history, and providing a safe space to think about what it means to be an American. Through direct and authentic experiences with art as well as a diverse roster of relevant programs that reach a range of visitors, we are ensuring that everyone does indeed feel invited and welcome.
This eight-week internship program will be awarded to students interested in a career in the arts and fields related to The Westmoreland’s operational departments. Interns will gain an understanding of the kinds of work that occur in a museum and how museum professionals collaborate to plan and support daily operations. In addition to developing skills through projects within their chosen Museum department, interns will participate in a cross-departmental cohort project as well as attend a professional development series with other Museums across the nation.
Eligibility & Terms:
Internships are open to Undergraduate rising juniors, rising seniors, and those recently graduated as well as Master’s program students and those recently graduated. Applicants should review below qualifications for internships and apply for the one (1) internship that best meets their experience, interest and skillset.
Summer interns will work remotely from a location in the United States from June 7th through July 30th 2021. Interns must be available for the entire eight weeks, 30 hours per week.
Interns will receive a stipend of approximately $3,600.00 that is subject to all applicable taxes.
Application Deadline: February 26th, 2021- All applications must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications should include a cover letter, resume and personal diversity statement. Please specify in your cover letter and email subject line which internship you are applying for.
1. Fundraising Research and Data Analyst Intern – Advancement Department
The Fundraising Research and Data Analyst Intern will play an integral part within the Advancement team, working to bring together all of supporter data across the organization ensuring more effective and tailored communication with our donors, supporters and local community. Projects will include a planned giving segmentation export, corporate sponsor analysis, and development of a membership dashboard. The intern will:
- Learn effective methods of gathering, managing and analyzing data to fully support contributed income generation.
- Generate data selections including queries, data segmentation, data exports, Key Performance Indicator (KPI) dashboards, fundraising analysis and build data queries and reports to provide insights on contribution trends.
- Assist Advancement Team in determining more efficient ways to utilize and interpret fundraising data.
- Work cooperatively with other Museum Teams including Curatorial, Collections, Education, Marketing, and Visitor Services to inform strategic decision-making through data collection and analysis.
Skills, Technical Knowledge and Qualifications
- Strong computer knowledge with ability to enter and analyze data, and develop queries.
- Strong analytical skills.
- Demonstrated proficiency working in a database.
- Excellent writing, editing, and research skills.
- Interest in museum donor relations and ability to work with confidential information.
2. Curatorial and Collections Intern – Curatorial and Collections and Exhibition Management Departments
The Curatorial and Collections intern will have the exciting opportunity to curate up to six exhibitions from the Museum’s works on paper collection for installation in the Carol R. Brown Gallery. This work will involve spending designated time working closely with two teams, specifically with the Chief Curator and Director of Collections and Exhibition Management. The intern will:
- Review and become knowledgeable about The Westmoreland’s works on paper collection
- Develop exhibition ideas/themes with rationale and a working title for each
- Conduct research on selected works and artists, writing bios for each artist
- Write exhibition didactics including introductory text, overview of ideas/themes and extended labels for each work or series of works
- Create a working checklist for each exhibition
- Create scale models of works and layout of exhibition in gallery floor plan
Skills, Technical Knowledge and Qualifications
- Art History academic focus, major or minor, with an interest in American Art.
- Critical writing and editing sills. Interest in scholarly research.
- Proficiency working in a database or ability to learn.
- Strong project management and organizational skills.
3. Exhibition & Public Programs Marketing Intern – Marketing & Public Relations Department
The Westmoreland’s Exhibition & Public Programs Marketing Intern will focus on developing a comprehensive marketing campaign for the upcoming Simple Pleasures: The Art of Doris Lee featured exhibition and related public programming. The intern will:
- Develop an overall marketing campaign for the exhibition and related public programming
- Create a detailed media plan and campaign initiatives timeline
- Produce a written narrative overview for the campaign summarizing all efforts with target audiences defined
- Work cooperatively with other Museum Teams, including Education, Collections and Exhibitions Management, Curatorial, and Visitor Services to promote exhibition and related programming
Skills, Technical Knowledge and Qualifications
- Marketing academic focus
- Excellent writing, editing, and communication skills.
- Strong project management and organizational skills.
- Technical and theoretical knowledge of Social Media and platforms including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter
About the Oakland Business Improvement District
We are the Oakland Business Improvement District (OBID), one of Pittsburgh’s largest place management organizations. As the face of Oakland’s future, we are guided by a vision to set the standard for growth and innovation. Founded in 1999, we successfully ensured the Central Oakland business district was clean, safe, and vital. Since then, the anchor medical, educational, and cultural institutions have grown and together they formed a center of innovation that is recognized throughout the world. We are an established and growing organization that is seeking dedicated individuals who share our commitment to ensure Oakland’s place as Pennsylvania’s global center. For more information, visit www.oaklandpittsburgh.com.
Our Values Statement
OBID reframes the experience of commercial, retail, office and residential environments while dismantling oppression, embracing diversity, promoting diverse business, and creating spaces for social, racial, and economic justice.
This position is a unique opportunity for a highly skilled, team oriented professional to contribute to the quality of life in Oakland and to the growth of the entrepreneurial community by managing initiatives related to public realm experience and activation and to economic vitality. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, we understand the on-going changes to consumer habits and to the way people use, relate to and experience public space, workspaces, offices, and storefront spaces. We seek an individual who is comfortable working in such an ever-shifting ‘new normal’ context and capable of envisioning innovative high impact solutions and interventions.
We seek a results-driven, creative problem-solver motivated by a desire to make a real difference in our community. We need a person who prioritizes people and relationships and enjoys high levels of stakeholder engagement and working in an environment of collaboration and innovation. As the point person for our many projects and initiatives, the ideal candidate will engage many diverse groups, colleagues, and professionals from various industry sectors. The position will have the opportunity to learn about all aspects of placemaking, business vitality and development including design, project management, storefront promotion and leasing, city permits and approvals, business advocacy and delivering quality projects on schedule and within budget.
We seek candidates with the demonstrated ability and desire to:
- Passion for, commitment to, and understanding of OBID’s Mission to ensure Oakland’s place as Pennsylvania’s global center.
- Display a willingness, enthusiasm, and innovative spirit to address problems, identify solutions and manage processes to facilitate effective place management and business development initiatives.
- Work collaboratively, maintaining rapport with both internal and external colleagues and partners.
- Actively participate as a team member, sharing new ideas and contributing to key initiatives
- Oversee the Clean and Safe contract responsible for sidewalk and public space sweeping and maintenance services.
- Manage initiatives related to public realm activation, business vitality and recruitment.
- Contribute to a broad range of critical activities, from organizing responses to Requests for
- Proposals to representing the organization at City commissions, community meetings and public forums/events.
- A hands-on professional with an open and friendly personality that encourages enthusiasm and creativity.
- Highly motivated, independent-thinking, and energetic professional with a can-do attitude, drive to take initiative, and willingness to actively contribute to a successful, high-functioning team and support overall organizational goals and needs.
- Strong interpersonal skills and ability to establish trust quickly with others while cultivating and growing relationships among diverse stakeholders.
- An experienced communicator who is well versed in business district engagement and facilitation and who commands well-developed interpersonal and oral/written communication skills.
- Exhibit high level of integrity and standards of quality in all aspects of work.
The Manager of Placemaking and Activation will report to the Executive Director. Qualified individuals will be expected to have:
- A minimum of five (5) years of experience in placemaking, place management, business, and economic development.
- A Bachelor’s degree in architecture, planning, civil engineering, business management, or a related field is required.
- Considerable experience in public space planning and design, in collaborating with elected officials, government offices, building owners, developers, businesses, and residents.
- A desire to pursue contemporary concepts, placemaking best practices, and innovative strategies and techniques.
- High Level of proficiency with Microsoft Office programs.
Salary commensurate with experience and dependent on qualifications. This is a full-time position with excellent benefits package. During the coronavirus pandemic, OBID’s staff continues to work remotely to ensure the health and safety of all employees and our constituents. We anticipate flexible work schedules once we return to the office when it is safe to do so.
Apply electronically by January 29, 2021 to the attention of Georgia Petropoulos, Executive Director. Please forward your resume, cover letter, salary expectations and three (3) professional references to email@example.com.
Diversity and Inclusiveness: OBID strives to create a diverse and inclusive workplace. We highly encourage qualified applicants regardless of age, color, creed, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity or expression, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, or any combination of these or related factors, to apply for consideration.
OBID is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Term: 2 years (three term limit)
- Understand and promote the mission of the organization
- Regularly attend board meetings, and appropriate committee meetings
- Serious commitment to participate actively in committee work
- Volunteer for events sponsored by the organization
- Commitment to work with other board members and cultivate relationships that contribute to consensus
- Actively participate in the organization’s annual evaluation and planning efforts
- Participates in fund raising for the organization
- Make an annual contribution to the organization commensurate with ability
- Identify and cultivate potential donors
- Recruit, and develop board members
- Attendance of board meetings to equal at least 75%
- Approximate 2-3 hours monthly (includes board meetings)
- Attend and volunteer at special events
The Global Switchboard is a non-profit organization that stewards a diverse network of people and organizations to transform the Pittsburgh region into a more globally engaged and equitable community. The Global Switchboard strives to build a region where all people value diversity, practice empathy, and work together to build a more just and peaceful world.
The Global Switchboard is currently seeking dedicated, driven, and strategic-minded individuals to serve on the Board of Directors. New Board Members will support future growth and help guide the institution’s mission, vision, and long-term sustainability. See our website at theglobalswitchboard.org for more.
We encourage anyone who would like to contribute their time and experience to apply.
Some responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Collaborating with other Board members and The Global Switchboard staff to advance the organization’s mission and assist in improving and advancing major mission-related policies.
- Supporting The Global Switchboard in achieving goals, and recommending actions for improving program and organizational effectiveness
- Serving as an ambassador for the missions and accomplishments of the Global Switchboard
- Attending at least 75% of board meetings, committee meetings, and special events (Board Meetings are held every other month)
- Contributing financially in an amount that is meaningful to you
To apply, please send a letter of interest and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
VISION: We envision a Pittsburgh with healthy neighborhoods that are thriving, resilient, and livable for all.
MISSION: Neighborhood Allies works to support the people, organizations, and partnerships committed to creating and maintaining healthy neighborhoods.
Position: Program Manager of Economic Opportunity
Reports to: Director of Economic Opportunity
ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY OVERVIEW:
The purpose of our Economic Opportunity initiatives is to reduce racial/geographic gaps in income, wealth and opportunity. Primary beneficiaries of these initiatives are low- and moderate-income people; outreach efforts are focused on community partners that have direct access to these populations.
Neighborhood Allies has developed unique expertise in this field and has been recognized nationally by Prosperity Now, National Disability Institute, Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund, and CFPB. Our role is to develop strategic partnerships, raise philanthropic and government funding, replicate successful national programs, launch new or expand existing initiatives and provide ongoing data analysis for continued progress toward programmatic and client outcome goals. We are able to measure quantifiable gains in account access, account utilization, credit scores, savings rates, and debt reduction, both in the aggregate and by specific race, age, income, and gender categories.
Our Economic Opportunity portfolio includes the following programs and networks:
- Financial Empowerment Center
- Fund My Future
- Bank On Allegheny County
- Asset Building Network
- Disability Awareness & Financial Inclusion Working Group
Based on the success of current partnerships, demonstrated needs in the community, and availability of funding, 2021 will be a period of significant growth for this program area.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
- Provide program support to the Economic Opportunity initiatives listed above
- Contribute to fundraising proposals, reports and ongoing communications with financial supporters and policy makers to sustain and scale the efforts
- Develop social media and traditional marketing content to promote initiatives with the general public and to share with programmatic and funding partners (design expertise not required)
- Collect and analyze data to evaluate program elements, determine effectiveness and communicate conclusions and successes with partners and funders
- Review research on relevant topics (financial capability, children’s savings, asset building, savings incentives, banking access, programmatic integration, etc.) and make suggestions for improvement and expansion of initiatives based on findings
- Nurture mutually beneficial programmatic partnerships with peers and service providers that contribute to higher programmatic participation and success
- Develop Bank On Coalition partnership agreement, communicate benefits to prospective members, maintain membership roster, and manage email account
- Plan and implement network meetings, informational workshops and resource fairs
- Communicate with issue-specific networks, providing information and networking opportunities
- Manage the “Pittsburgh Saves” campaign with support from America Saves and local partners
- Join regular team meetings and strategy sessions
- Passion about financial capability as an approach to build assets and overcome poverty, including one-on-one counseling, banking access, policy reform, and savings incentives
- Independent thinking; “self-starter” who can plan and implement a project
- Experience in banking and/or direct service provision in the community sector
- Knowledge of equity/inclusion issues
- 5+ years of overall professional work experience or master’s degree
- Excellent written/oral communication and listening skills, and strong project management skills
- Ability to develop and analyze various evaluation metrics
- Intellectual capacity and curiosity
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
- High level of interconnectivity with people
- Experience developing relationships with underserved or underrepresented communities, communities of color and differently able communities
- Openness to learning and eagerness to develop new skills and abilities.
Salary range for this position is currently offered at $45,000 – $55,000 depending on experience with an excellent benefits package.
Please send a cover letter and resume, with “Program Manager of Economic Opportunity” in the subject line to: email@example.com
No phone calls, please.
NEIGHBORHOOD ALLIES IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER COMMITTED TO DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
Meta Mesh Wireless Communities is a nonprofit organization that seeks to bridge the Digital Divide in the Greater Pittsburgh area by providing Internet services to those who need it. As one of the first nonprofit Wireless Internet Service Providers in the United States, Meta Mesh Wireless Communities is rethinking Internet services in a way that utilizes existing community resources and relationships. Our mission is to deploy inclusive and meaningful methods for creating equitable access to the Internet.
Meta Mesh Wireless Communities is currently seeking enthusiastic, committed, and experienced individuals to serve on the Board of Directors. New Board Members will support future growth, long-term sustainability, and organizational effectiveness. See our website at https://www.metamesh.org/ for more.
We are looking for Board Members at Large who would also want to quickly move into any executive position. While previous Executive, Treasury and CFO experiences are a plus, we encourage anyone who would like to contribute their time and experience to apply.
Some responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Fundraising on behalf of Meta Mesh Wireless Communities through interacting with philanthropic entities, participating in grant writing, and contributing financially in an amount that is meaningful to you.
- Supporting the Meta Mesh Wireless Communities mission, vision, and goals by providing subject matter expertise.
- Engaging in community outreach by actively promoting the organization through existing and expanded networks.
- Providing organizational leadership by advising the executive team and staff on matters related to business objectives, recruiting board members and volunteers, and filling in executive team roles where needed.
To apply, please send a letter of interest and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ORGANIZATION: Allegheny Children’s Initiative
POSITION: Administrative Assistant
STATUS: Full Time; 40 hours / week
SCHEDULE / HOURS: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM; Monday through Friday
LOCATION: Pittsburgh (South Side)
SALARY / WAGES: $30,000 – $33,000 / DOE
Allegheny Children’s Initiative, a subsidiary of Partners For Quality Inc., is a non-profit organization that provides mental and behavioral health community-based services to children, adolescents and families throughout Allegheny County. Based in Pittsburgh’s South Side, we provide Psychological Evaluations, Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services, Service Coordination, Student Assistance, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, and Family Based Mental Health programs. ACI has earned certification from the Council On Accreditation.
The Administrative Assistant is responsible for the tracking and organization of required documentation. Duties include but not limited to:
- Process, distribute, track, and notification of all required program documentation
- Run and distribute daily utilization reports to directors and employees
- Assist Directors with timesheets and travel expenses
- Ensure all incoming documentation is imported into electronic health record in a timely manner
- Send out all medical record requests of information
- Assist with the outcome tracking for the quality improvement plan
- Coordinate interpreters for meetings and track within electronic health record
- Submit program authorizations to the Managed Care Organization using the online portal
- Submit and review daily eligibility checks for consumers
- Coordinate and track office purchases
- Coordinate and track program purchases for consumers
- Organize, review and track monthly peer case record reviews
- Coordinate with the finance department with billable services issues
- Coordination of new hire training
- Manage and track office petty cash
- Bachelor’s degree preferred
- Minimum of three years of Healthcare administrative responsibilities
- Excellent computer skills
- Excellent communication skills
- Electronic Health Record experience preferred
- Act 33 / 34 and FBI clearances required
SALARY / WAGES
$30,000 – $33,000 non-exempt (D.O.E)
Employees have the opportunity to earn additional money through various incentive programs:
- $1,000 Employee Referral
Full Time employees enjoy a comprehensive benefits package:
- Health, Dental and Vision Insurances (United Healthcare)
- $1,200 cash payout option in lieu of Health Insurance coverage
- Healthcare Flexible Spending Account
- Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account
- 5 ½ weeks Paid Time off/year (increases with years of service)
- Short Term Disability
- Life Insurance
- Supplemental Insurance (AFLAC)
- Optional 401(k) with Employer match
- Professional Licensure supervision
- Credit towards C.E.U.s
- Paid orientation and training (Medication Administration, CPR, First Aid, etc.)
- Free parking
- Employee Activities, Rewards and Recognition Programs
- Cell Phone discount (Verizon)
- Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program
APPLY TO THIS POSITION
Interested applicants can choose to apply in any of the following ways:
- Complete an employment application online
- Email resumes: Careers@PFQ.org
- Fax resumes: 412-446-0749
- Drop off resumes or apply in person: Partners For Quality, 250 Clever Road, McKees Rocks, PA 15136
If you need any assistance or require an accommodation to apply please contact us at 412-446-0700.
Partners For Quality and its family of agencies are an equal opportunity employer
Position: Business and Operations Manager, Pittsburgh Section
Job Type: Full-time
Reports To: Executive Director
Start Date: Feb/March, 2021
Mission and Organization Overview:
NCJW Pittsburgh Section is a grassroots organization of volunteers and advocates who turn progressive ideals into action. Inspired by Jewish values, NCJW strives for social justice by improving the quality of life for women, children and families and by safeguarding individual rights and freedoms.
The Business and Operations Manager provides direct support and services to the Executive Director and other senior staff in the areas of human resources, office and information management, and development. The Business and Operations Manager is also the key liaison to the outsourced finance vendor and is responsible for assisting in the development of financial reporting to staff, Board of Directors and grant funders.
The Business and Operations Manager will work closely with the staff to provide fund development support in the key areas of development logistics and grants management. This includes processing donations, preparing acknowledgement letters, managing the database, running lists/reports, managing the grants calendar and preparing financial documents for grant proposals.
The Business and Operations Manager provides leadership in several areas of human resource management. This includes maintaining personnel files, coordinating payroll processing with third-party payroll vendor, overseeing employee benefit enrollment and annual benefit renewals, and executing the required tax filings and reports.
The Business and Operations Manager must be able to run reports from Quickbooks upon requests from staff or board. This role will work directly with the third-party finance vendor on audit requirements and timeline. They will assist the finance vendor to prepare and maintain the schedules and reports required to ensure all financial audits and tax filings are well-prepared, accurate and on-time and will assist with grant development.
Office and Information Management:
The Business and Operations Manager provides general office and information management. This includes ordering office supplies, coordinating maintenance and repair requests, and overseeing the office phone system, computers, printers and networks to ensure functionality, data integration and security of information.
- Committed to NCJW mission and values
- 3-5 years relevant administrative, HR, operations &/or bookkeeping experience
- Strong organization skills and attention to detail
- Familiarity with donor database management (ideally Salsa)
- Knowledge of employee benefits
- Knowledge of QuickBooks and strong financial background
- Strong interpersonal, written and oral communication skills
- Ability to act with integrity, professionalism, and confidentiality
- Proficient in Microsoft Office and G-Suite applications
- Proficient in Zoom conferencing system
- Ability to adapt to new technologies
- Positive attitude, eagerness to learn, flexibility and ability to adapt to change
- Ability to work occasional evenings and Sundays
- Ability to work independently by setting priorities, developing a work schedule and monitoring progress towards goals
- Ability to work either in the office or remotely, depending on needs of the organization
Possess or obtain Pennsylvania Children Protection Law certifications
Salary and Benefits:
- $45,000 – $50,000 annual salary
- Generous healthcare and PTO benefits
Application and Selection Process:
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Only submissions made directly through the email address provided above will be considered. Please direct all inquiries related to this position through the email address provided; do not contact the NCJW Pittsburgh office by phone, mail or in person regarding the search process or status.
NCJW Pittsburgh is an equal opportunity employer.