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. Ten Thousand Villages establishes 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, Ten Thousand Villages sees fair trade as an alternative approach to conventional international trade.
Ten Thousand Villages Pittsburgh is an independent nonprofit that sells Ten Thousand Villages products and shares the company name, but the Pittsburgh board operates separately of Ten Thousand Villages US leadership. In addition to governance, the board is also heavily involved in many aspects of operations, including managing bank accounts, approving expenses, creating the annual budget, devising policies, implementing advertising and marketing plans, organizing events, pursuing grant opportunities, and more.
The board currently has openings for board directors and committee members with experience and expertise in the following:
- Human Resources
- Retail Operations
The full Board of Directors typically meets on the third Wednesday of every month (except July and December) at 6:30PM. During normal operations, the meeting takes place at the store located at 5820 Forbes Ave in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood and regular in-person attendance is expected of directors. In an average month, board service will require 4-10 hours of directors. Terms are three years and directors are not required to make financial contributions though they are expected to support fundraising initiatives.
Board committees meet as needed, typically once per month and often by telephone or video conference. There is not a term duration for committee members.
If you are interested in joining the Ten Thousand Villages Pittsburgh Board of Directors, please submit your resume to email@example.com.
Provide food assistance, information and referrals to families within Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank’s eleven-county service area.
- Provide food assistance to families in need with dignity and respect.
- Greet families.
- Escort families to Compassion Corner.
- Conduct intake.
- Prepare food orders for both walk-ins and appointments.
- Provide information and referrals.
- Stock and replenish Compassion Corner inventory.
- Maintain cleanliness of Compassion Corner, which is the area where families are served.
- Respect the cultural diversity of the people for whom we are providing service.
- Perform other duties as assigned by management.
- Ability to repeatedly lift 50 pounds in order to provide food assistance to families in need.
- Ability to walk approximately at least ½ mile or more up between one and up to 30 times a day.
- Ability, experience and willingness to work with diverse populations.
- Excellent computer and data entry skills.
- Adept at learning new software programs, which includes a client record management system.
Certificates: Act 33 & 34 Clearances
The preceding job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all responsibilities, duties, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.
How to Apply: Go to https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/All/65e34b7d-06f6-4b43-89d5-221e6eedb5fe/Greater-Pittsburgh-Community-Food-Bank click apply, create a login, fill out our online application and attach resume and cover letter.
PULSE (Pittsburgh Urban Leadership Service Experience) seeks a high-energy individual able to coordinate PULSE’s operations and community engagement and help develop a small-sized nonprofit organization as it grows. This position is a unique opportunity to play a vital role in a dynamic, vibrant non-profit with a track record of success, a proven impact model, a strong mission, staff, and board.
PULSE cultivates a community of young servant leaders to transform Pittsburgh. PULSE invites talented university graduates to partner with Pittsburgh nonprofits for a year of service and leadership. Since 1994, PULSE has invited about 375 young adults to partner with close to 200 nonprofits, contributing some 550,000 hours of service to the city and its residents. To learn more about PULSE, visit us at http://www.pulsepittsburgh.org.
Position Summary: The Operations and Community Manager reports to the Executive Director of PULSE and is responsible for the organization’s consistent, high-quality execution of PULSE operations and community engagement relationships.
The Operations and Community Manager is responsible for the development of PULSE’s operational strategy and contributes to the development of the organization’s strategic goals. The Operations and Community Manager coordinates all PULSE operations including, marketing, partnership, recruiting, development, financial and administrative functions. The Operations and Community Manager spearheads community engagement including the development and management of partnerships and communication and marketing efforts.
Below is an overview of responsibilities and duties for this position:
- Provide effective and inspiring leadership by being actively involved in all operations, developing a broad and deep knowledge of all operations.
- Identify opportunities for PULSE to leverage cross-operational strengths to take advantage of new opportunities and/or to address organizational challenges.
- Create and execute an operating plan and all its activities in accordance with the mission, goals, and strategic direction of the organization.
- Prepare and submit an annual operational budget, manage effectively within this budget, and report accurately on progress made and challenges encountered.
- Develop and implement long-term operational goals and objectives to achieve successful outcomes of the operations.
- Create an operations evaluation framework to assess the strengths of the operations and to identify areas for improvement.
- Establish consistent, objective operational performance standards of accountability.
- Recruit, onboard, and supervise periodic interns, supporting all operational responsibilities.
- Instill a sense of pride, organizational ownership, a sense of accountability among operations staff with one another as the operation staff pursues PULSE’s core purpose and lives out its core values.
- Oversees Recruitment, Onboarding, and Communication efforts led by the Partnership and Program Coordinator, including:
- Design, develop, and maintain the nonprofit partner process in the organization.
- Design the selection matrix for choosing the optimum nonprofit partner channels and nonprofit partner
- Build nonprofit partner sources and quality relationships by researching and contacting internal customers (i.e., current/past PULSE nonprofit partners, PULSE participants, and alumni) and external customers (i.e., intermediary nonprofits, interest-based nonprofit cohorts, and foundations)
- Prepare nonprofit partner materials, make presentations, write and post PULSE partner opportunities on online job boards, advertise, and strategically market PULSE to, with, and through customers.
- Devise, manage and evaluate recruitment and selection processes including tests, interviews, questionnaires, scorecards and other instruments that identify the best nonprofit partners.
- Coordinate screening and interviewing of applicants with prospective nonprofit partners as well as the match process for solidifying nonprofit partner offers and applicant acceptance.
- Coordinate the onboarding process for confirmed PULSE nonprofit partners including communication strategy, pre-orientation, logistics, answering questions, etc.
- Orient nonprofit partners to the purposes, objectives, aims, and expectations of the PULSE nonprofit partner program.
- Work with Program Coordinators to better understand the strengths, challenges, and unique needs and opportunities of each fellow as it relates to their nonprofit partnership.
- Address nonprofit partner questions, issues, and challenges particularly related to PULSE fellow fit, supervision, and overall experience.
- Check-in with PULSE partners and create opportunities for evaluation from nonprofit partners through the year (verbal and in writing).
- Assist in the development, implementation, and evaluation of an annual communication strategy and plan for prospective PULSE nonprofit partners and current PULSE nonprofit partners with the PULSE team.
- Instill a sense of pride, organizational ownership, a sense of accountability among PULSE partners both individually and as a group as they collectively pursue PULSE’s core purpose and lives out its core values.
- Advise Executive Director on partnership development best practices.
Communications and Marketing
- Develop, implement, and evaluate an annual marketing plan across PULSE’s four stakeholders (young adults, nonprofits, neighborhood residents, and donors) in collaboration with the PULSE team.
- Manage the development, distribution, and maintenance of all print and electronic media including, but not limited to, newsletters, brochures, and PULSE’s website.
- Generate online content that engages various stakeholders and leads to measurable action. Decide who, where, and when to disseminate information.
- Coordinate the maintenance and development of the PULSE website and social media outlets (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, etc.), ensuring that new and consistent information (article links, stories, and events) is posted regularly.
- Track, report, and evaluate communication efforts through qualitative and quantitative (Google Analytics, Social Media) measures.
- Act as a brand steward ensuring consistency of messaging through online, print, and public communication.
- Responsible for editorial direction, design, production, and distribution of all print and electronic media including material appearance (letterhead, logo, brochures, etc.)
- Create a marketing/public relations strategy that will allow PULSE to cultivate and enhance meaningful relationships with targeted, high-level external audiences, including the media and key influencers.
- Actively engage, cultivate, and manage press relationships to ensure coverage surrounding PULSE programs, special events, public announcements, and other projects.
- Develop short and long-term plans and budgets for marketing and its activities, monitor progress, assure adherence, and evaluate performance.
- 3-5 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, preferably in operations, marketing, and partner management.
- Relationship builder: People-oriented and can build strong relationships across diverse groups of stakeholders through digital and direct engagement
- Strong work ethic: Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a small non-profit environment
- Flexible and adaptable: Ability to embrace new opportunities to collaborate and think outside the box to achieve goals
- Organized and accountable: Detail-oriented, strong organizational skills, ability to meet deadlines and balance competing priorities
- Passionate about PULSE mission: Commitment to the mission and values of PULSE and ability to inspire and lead young adults
- PULSE, National Service, and/or other Service Year experience preferred
Interested individuals should send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 15, 2020. PULSE is an equal opportunity employer.
Circles Greater Pittsburgh (CGP) seeks a motivated and experienced individual to organize, and conduct group and one-on-one homeownership counseling to individuals and families seeking to purchase homes. The successful candidate must be able to conduct financial assessments and provide crisis intervention support and case management services. All work must be done in alignment with the CGP mission of pursuing economic justice one individual at a time through compassion, flexibility, innovation, dignity, and creating opportunities for personal growth in fair and equitable communities.
The Homeownership and Financial Education Counselor reports to the Homeownership and Financial Education Manager, and is responsible for the following:
- Plan, coordinate and facilitate homebuyer workshops
- Plan, coordinate, and facilitate financial education workshops for youth and adults
- Conduct one-on-one homebuyer and financial education counseling
- Develop mutually agreed upon service plans and goals with each participant
- Provide basic problem-solving casework to participants
- Work with community groups, human service agencies, faith-based organizations, and other partners to establish relationships and increase the number of program participants
- Promote positive community relations and networks with other agencies
- Work with team to periodically review and improve program curricula to reflect CGP mission and values and align with industry standards and requirements
- Outcome tracking, data entry, and maintenance of all program related information
- Participate in case management meetings, weekly program staff meetings, individual supervision meetings, staff development activities, and interagency meetings
- Other relevant duties as assigned
Circles Greater Pittsburgh’s ideal Homeownership Counselor has:
- A strong passion for the pursuit of economic justice by helping historically disadvantaged individuals meet their financial goals and build assets
- A bachelor’s degree in social work or a related field and at least 1 year of experience in financial or homebuyer education (2 additional years of experience related to the position can substitute for a bachelor’s degree)
- Experience in case management and data entry
- Previous experience in a community-based organization, preferably in the Pittsburgh region
- Strong and polished interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office; at least a basic knowledge of customer/client database use
- A working knowledge of the financial services and mortgage lending industry and a willingness to learn more
- Understanding of credit scoring systems and a commitment to related data security
- Familiarity with federal and state laws regarding lending, personal finance, and banking practices
- Creative and analytical thinking, strong organizational skills, and the ability to manage multiple projects and tasks
Who is Circles Greater Pittsburgh?
CGP is a nonprofit organization engaged in crisis intervention, peer-to-peer support, asset building, and trauma informed financial literacy to ensure that systematically disenfranchised communities can meaningfully achieve economic justice and lead dignified and equitable lives. We offer a flexible, supportive working environment with competitive salaries and benefits including opportunities for professional development.
Submit a cover letter that, in part, describes your understanding of economic justice in the context of this position along with your resume to: email@example.com by 5 p.m. on November 6. Circles Greater Pittsburgh is an equal opportunity employer committed to racial and economic justice. Women and minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
DEPARTMENT: Youth Services and STEM Education
Women, especially women of color are under-represented in STEM fields. YWCA Greater Pittsburgh works to address this disparity by providing after-school STEM (“Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics”) education for girls in the Greater Pittsburgh area. Our instructors work to nourish girls’ interests in STEM, improve their in-school performance, and equip them with the workforce and life skills they need to thrive. Join our team and be a STEM Star in the lives of young women in our community!
Associates, Business, or Technical Degree with two (2) years of relevant social service experience or High School Diploma or equivalent with five (5) years relevant experience. Must be able to pass and maintain a clean Act 33/34 clearances and FBI background check.
- Working with youth from diverse ethnic, cultural, and socio-economic backgrounds.
- Creating a virtual learning environment that guides and encourages students to develop and fulfill their academic and social potential by implementing leadership, science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) curriculum and/or monitoring and assessing the effectiveness of program delivery.
- Monitoring and implementing Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Leadership projects and programs to increase the STEM knowledge and experience for area youth.
- Role modeling appropriate behavior and ethics for program participants to create an effective teaching environment.
- Promoting and supporting the mission of YWCA Greater Pittsburgh and helping youth and teen girls use their voices and achieve their dreams.
ABOUT YWCA GREATER PITTSBURGH:
YWCA Greater Pittsburgh is a member of a nationally recognized movement with a mission to eliminate racism, empower women, and promote peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. As one of the oldest and largest women’s organizations in the nation; YWCAs across the country serve over 2 million women, girls, and families. For over 150 years, the YWCA Greater Pittsburgh has advocated for voting rights, civil rights, and violence protection, fought for affordable housing, quality child care, and much more, intending to improve the quality of life for women and girls and strengthen Greater Pittsburgh communities. Today, our employees are working tirelessly at promoting racial justice, reducing race and gender disparities, and deliberately addressing the challenges and celebrating the triumphs of living at the intersection of race and gender. We continue to help our neighbors avoid eviction, access transportation to work, and other resources to support an improved quality of life. After School STEM Educators work to improve the quality of life for girls by nourishing girls’ interests in STEM, improving their in-school performance, and equipping them with the workforce and life skills they need to thrive and contribute to the community.
Interested individuals can submit a resume and cover letter Linda Broman, Human Resources Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
January 2021 -December 2023 Term Board of Directors Position Description
Assemble, a nonprofit dedicated to fostering learning and creativity is searching for committed and enthusiastic individuals to join its Board of Directors. Ambassadors of Assemble, Board Members provide leadership in the oversight and execution of Assemble’s strategic plan in a volunteer, yet purposeful, capacity. It is important that they share Assemble’s vision for arts, STEAM education, the Maker movement, and community outreach. Board candidates should be ready to work collaboratively as part of a working Board while striving to become a governing Board. Board Members are required to participate in at least one committee, each of which meets on a monthly basis or as needed.
Vision: Assemble envisions neighborhoods of empowered, diverse people who create, connect, learn, and transform together.
Mission: We build confidence through making by uniting communities of artists, technologies, makers, and learners.
Assemble’s Board Members serve 3-year terms and are eligible for reappointment for additional 1-year terms for a total of 6 years. Board meetings are held 6 times a year on the odd-numbered months. Board Members are required to attend — either in-person or virtually — all 6 of the Board meetings and the Board Retreat in addition to the committee meetings. Board Members are expected to consider Assemble to be a philanthropic priority and to make annual gifts that reflect that priority.
Special consideration will be given to candidates who possess any of the following qualifications:
- Dedication towards Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, Inclusion, and Justice practices
- Identifying as BIPOC, LGBTIQIA+, or as an intersectional person of oppressed identities
- Experience or skills in one or more:
- Legal expertise for nonprofit organizations
- Event planning, donor fundraising, and grant-writing
- Human resources management and procedures
- Non-profit accounting, finance, and experience setting up an endowment fund
- Operations, policy development, and public health expertise
- Strategic communications and marketing Experience
- Leadership for strategic planning for growth and succession experience
- Education management experience
- Interest in taking a lead in event planning for fundraising and an ability to host creative fund- and friend-raiser events
- Interest and ability to build Assemble’s family of supporters, fans, and participants
- Connections to the Garfield/Friendship/Bloomfield community as a resident or via allied organizations
- Connections to the Technology, Art, and Creative Industries and connections for corporate support
IIf you have questions regarding a position or the commitment involved, please contact Brett Fulesday, Board President, at email@example.com. If you are interested in joining Assemble’s Board of Directors or a committee, please send an email of interest and a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please. If you are interested in learning more about Assemble, please join us for a Virtual meet and mix event on Wednesday Oct 21 at 6pm. RSVP here: http://bit.ly/assembleBoardMixer
FLSA Status: Exempt
Job Status: Full Time
Pay Range: $40k
To Apply: Interested applicants should submit a resume, 3 references including your most recent supervisor, copies of all required clearances, and a letter of interest to email@example.com by 11:59 pm, EST Oct 24, 2020. No phone calls, please. Please send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In-House Programs Manager (IHPM) and Job Responsibilities: A full-time position, the In-House Programs Manager is responsible for the success of all programs rooted at Assemble’s 4824 Penn Ave location that are both delivered in-person or virtually. They are crucial to the leadership and vision of Assemble’s educational programs and its delivery. This position managers all staff and volunteers related to the In-House Programs occurring over the school year and summer. The In-House Programs Manager role is both an educator’s educator as well as a community resource for the learning community when it comes to Assemble’s pedagogy. The In-House Programs Manager works in collaboration with the Off-Site Programs Manager.
Reporting Structure: The In-House Programs Manager reports to and is evaluated by, the Executive Director. All In-House teaching staff report to the In-House Program Manager.
Job Responsibilities: The In-House Program Manager (IHPM) is a leadership role that is responsible for managing all aspects of Assemble’s in-house programs at our Penn Ave Location.
- In-House Programs are all programs based out of Assemble’s location. They are solely produced by Assemble staff. They include in-person and virtual programs and are not limited to Afterschool, Saturday Crafternoons, Summer Camps, 21+ nights, and other monthly programs.
- Off-Site Programs are all programs that occur at other locations such as schools and other community centers throughout the summer and school year. They are core enrichment activities that could occur in-person or virtually.
- In-House volunteers are people who assist with program delivery but are not staff. These include fellows, Americorps, college, and high school interns. They might be donating their time or paid by another organization. Learn and Earn Teens are an example.
Job Duties and Expectations
20% – Manage the Development In-house Programs
- Manage Relationships with Community Partners and Thought Leaders
- Lead on researching potential partnerships for in-house programs within the learning community, STEAM sectors, and Garfield
- Attends conferences and leads presentations on Assemble’s work locally and beyond
- Active participation in Remake Learning Network, APOST, and other related events
- Connect teaching staff to relevant community assets, resources, and experts
- Lead resource for all in-house program themes and concepts
- Stays abreast of current trends and proven methods for learning, human development, STEAM, Making, Social and Culturally Responsive Learning methods
- Supports curriculum development through their knowledge of PA Common Core, Next Generation Science Standards, Social Justice Standard for curriculum
- Contributes to program narratives for grants for current and future programming
- Participates in Assemble’s Stakeholder Advisory and integrates feedback into future programming
- Lead on maintaining accreditations for Assemble to provide high-quality programs such as the APOST Quality Campaign
- Continues to deepen the practice of Assemble’s Platform Playbook and develop professional development trainings in line with it
75% – Manage Assemble’s programs and related staff and volunteers
- Manage Staff and volunteers
- Recruit, hire, and onboard all in-house program-related staff and volunteers as needed
- Research and lead in-house employee recruitment efforts that support hiring to be diverse and inclusive of many populations
- Maintain in-house teaching staff and volunteer job descriptions
- Collaborate with the Off-Site Programs Manager for collective hiring needs for programs
- Lead on applications for Americorps and other fellowship programs
- Maintain and update all onboarding materials
- Work with the Executive on developing additional roles inline with Assemble’s strategic plan
- Design, develop, deliver, and curate trainings for the all teaching staff and volunteers in collaboration with the Off-Site Programs manager
- Responsible for leading staff meetings
- Coordinates professional development opportunities for staff
- Maintain and update in-house staff and volunteers records, clearances, and files
- Manage scheduling of staff for effective program delivery
- Clearly communicating staff roles and expectations for programs
- Review and approve timesheets for time worked
- Conduct performance evaluations to hold staff and volunteers accountable, track infractions, and support growth
- Make recommendations for raises for managed staff
- Continuously conducting observations, check-ins, weekly debriefs
- Manage in house program time off requests and subbing needs
- If need be, substitute for a program
- Mediate and manage interpersonal issues of in-house teaching staff and volunteers
- Recruit, hire, and onboard all in-house program-related staff and volunteers as needed
- Ensure high-quality delivery of all in-house programs
- Ensure organizational mission and program goals and outcomes
- Maintain and update program management document templates
- Oversee the collection of in-house student data, attendance, surveys, and qualitative assets such as quotes, photos, and video
- Work with board members and the Executive Director on survey and logic model development for program evaluation
- Evaluate all in-house programs for improvement, sustainability, and effectiveness
- Contributes to student recruitment and outreach efforts in line with marketing timelines
- Collaborates with the Marketing and Development Manager on preparing program registration
5% – Advance Assemble’s vision, mission, and values
- Coordinate events and model behaviors that continue to build Assemble’s Culture
- Attend board meetings, fundraisers, and events as asked by Executive Director
- Assist with other tasks as appropriate or needed
- Have a strong desire to learn and share knowledge
- Be receptive to feedback, opportunities for growth, development, and reciprocal accountability
- Have excellent mediation skills
- Demonstrate leadership in fostering a diverse, inclusive, and safe environment wherever Assemble programs occur
- Have experience managing programs and supervising individuals under dynamic circumstances
- Have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation
- Have current clearances for PA Child Abuse, PA Criminal Record, FBI PA Department of Education Clearance, and Mandated Reporter Certificate
- Have the ability to lift 25 pounds
- Be able to adapt to flexible work hours and the environment and have good time-management skills
- Be competent with Google Suite Products, such as Google Drive and Gmail
- Have the analytical ability and a high degree of attention to detail
- Have excellent written, verbal, and nonverbal communication skills for a range of constituents, including leadership, stakeholders, and the general public
- Maintain STEAM education enthusiasm and knowledge
- Be attentive to culturally responsive pedagogy and restorative justice methods
- A Bachelor’s degree and/or equivalent work experience in an out-of-school or educational setting is preferred
Assemble, Inc. provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. Assemble expressly prohibits any form of unlawful employee harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, or veteran status. Interference with the ability of Assemble’s employees to perform their expected job duties is absolutely not tolerated.
Reports to: Executive Director
Salaried, includes Evening and Weekend Work
Job Summary: The Director of Youth Programs is responsible for overseeing Casa San Jose’s youth education and activism programs.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities Include But Are Not Limited To:
- Provide oversight, goals and direction for all youth programs including afterschool program, Jovenes con Proposito, Puentes Hacia al Futuro, and Campamento Sonrisa.
- Oversee the creation of the schedule of activities, mindful of age-related attention spans of youth involved in all youth programs
- Oversee the development of meaningful, culturally sensitive learning activities for youth.
- Ensure the acquisition of needed resources (books, materials, craft materials, etc.) to accomplish the above activities.
- Plan and coordinate learning and recreational opportunities. This includes provision for appropriate supervision, need for transportation, and any other needs related to the particular activity.
- Supervise Youth Program Specialist and volunteers
- Responsible for all regular communications with outside organizations regarding effective coordination and use of shared resources, including volunteers.
- Develop and implement effective measurements to determine youth program effectiveness
- Work with Communications Specialist to maintain communications and social media presence.
- Oversee all necessary communications and advertisement of the programs to parents and youth
- Develop messages to be presented on various social media forums, i.e., Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and on the Casa San Jose website.
- Provide timely and relevant response to comments and questions from the various posts.
- Prepare budgets for each program and track expenses
- Maintain inventory of all materials purchased by and belonging to Casa San Jose
- Ensure that all expenses are properly reported to Finance Director
- Report key benchmarks and statistics for board reports
- Use Salesforce database to input relevant information
- Ensure compliance with all Federal, state and local regulation
Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in social service, education or related field. Experience with immigrant services, youth programming or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Bilingual fluency in Spanish and English (speaking, reading, writing); strong organizational and communication skills.
Travel is primarily local during the business day with occasional overnight travel required.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Language Skills-Ability to read, write and analyze written material, clear and creative writing
- Mathematical Skills- Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, percentages, etc.
- Reasoning Ability- Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.
- Other- Knowledgeable about available resources for Latino immigrants; ability to maintain confidentiality.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, to talk, to hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 20 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, copiers, fax machines and filing cabinets. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. Other duties, responsibilities and activities may change or be assigned at any time with or without notice.
JOB IS AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
IF INTERESTED, PLEASE SEND RESUME TO email@example.com with YOUTH DIRECTOR POSITION in the subject line.
Position Context: Mayor William Peduto and OnePGH are piloting an experiment to determine how a guaranteed base income (GBI) could address poverty and create more access and opportunity for residents and their families struggling in the modern economy. Assured Cash Experiment Pittsburgh (AcePGH) is modeled after the Stockton Economic Empowerment Demonstration (SEED), which was the nation’s first municipal-level GBI program. Comparable to SEED, AcePGH will evaluate how an income floor of $500 a month can improve the economic security of and well-being of the City of Pittsburgh residents. AcePGH will launch in the first quarter of 2021.
Position Description: Mayor William Peduto and OnePGH are searching for a highly skilled and motivated individual to serve as the full-time Manager for this groundbreaking initiative that has already garnered significant national attention. For the length of the pilot, the AcePGH Manager will coordinate the overall administration of AcePGH, manage research and storytelling partners, and serve as the point of contact for Pittsburgh recipients.
For more information, please visit: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ozVuMtIeyxAbk4g6XENlKkFkDB1FzTzU/view?usp=sharing
Exempt – Staff Position
Director of Career Services
Commitment to Mission:
This job carries with it the obligation to uphold the Mission of Pittsburgh Technical College (PTC) in carrying out the duties of the position. A commitment to positive interpersonal behaviors, professional communication, diversity, integrity, leadership, stewardship, respect and accountability to PTC students and employees is essential.
Pittsburgh Technical College is a private, non-profit and regionally accredited institution committed to higher education excellence and focused on academic and professional success. Located in Western Pennsylvania since 1946, PTC awards associate and bachelor’s degrees and certificates in these areas: Business, Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Hospitality, Design and Engineering Technology, Healthcare, Nursing, Information Systems and Technology, Trades Technology, and Energy and Electronics Technology. The PTC college experience is empowering and culminates in internships and clinical rotations for on-campus, degree-seeking students.
Purpose of Job:
Guide Program of Study students through career option exploration, prepare students for the job search process, and connect students to industry employers. This position will only be working with students gaining Associate’s Degrees in the following programs:
- Culinary Arts
- Electronics Engineering Technology
- Information Technology
- Computer Aided Drafting
- Criminal Justice
- HVAC Technology
- Business Administration
- Facilitate career exploration activities with students to assist in setting their career
- Develop and facilitate job search skills training workshops with a targeted focus on supporting special populations
- Assist students and alumni in obtaining career related internships and full-time employment
- Develop relationships with employers to create both internships and full-time opportunities
- Depending on workload, position may be responsible for assisting current students in part-time opportunities
No. of Direct Reports:
Performance Measured By:
- Quality Internship Placement for student
- Student and alum employed in career related field within number of days targeted post graduation with salary goals achieved
- Verification of graduates’ employment with documentation of activity
- Minimum of four years’ full-time work experience with one year in job placement
- Good Customer Service skills
- High energy
- Full time – 40 hours per week
- Occasional evening and Saturday work with advance notice
Occasional travel required to visit internship and employer sites and to attend networking meetings.
- Participate in Orientations, Open Houses and Graduations
- Must have:
- Valid driver’s license
- Dependable car
- Must pass criminal and motor vehicle back ground check prior to starting position.