Program Coordinator

Position: We have both a full-time and part-time position available.

Reporting to the Program Manager, this position is an in-person role at our headquarters in North Huntingdon, PA.  Standard office hours are M-F from 8:30-4:30 p.m.

Our group birthday celebrations are held in the late afternoon/early evenings, and it is expected that this role facilitate a minimum of one-two celebrations per week.

Compensation: $40,000 annual salary (FT Position)

$15 per hour for (PT Position)

Required Qualifications:

  • A passion for working with at-risk populations and a commitment to Beverly’s Birthdays mission
  • Experience working at a social service or non-profit organization
  • Must be comfortable driving large vehicles (box truck, vans, U-hauls, small bus). A CDL license is NOT required.
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Excellent interpersonal/communication skills
  • A love for working with children and youth
  • Ability to problem solve and multi-task
  • Relevant experience facilitating/leading groups of children/youth in activities, games, events, etc.
  • Demonstrated ability to establish clear objectives, monitor progress and achieve programming goals
  • High energy level, strong sense of initiative, enthusiasm, diplomacy, professionalism, transparency, accountability, flexibility, and discretion.
  • An outgoing personality
  • Gets jazzed about birthdays, cupcakes, and celebrations
  • Obtain all required clearances (PA State Police, FBI Fingerprinting, Child Abuse)
  • Must THRIVE in birthday cheer chaos (fast-past, constantly growing environments)

Essential Duties:

  • Contributes to the mission of Beverly’s Birthdays by supporting the day-to-day oversight of the Birthday Cheer Programs
  • Supports the management of our online inventory system, which tracks inbound and outbound products/donations
  • Serves as a Party Facilitator and at the birthday celebrations which are held at shelters, group homes, residential treatment facilities, etc.
  • Interact with children/parents/agency staff/volunteers
  • Support The Birthday Boutique, our mobile fashion truck, shopping experience at parties
  • Represent the brand in a positive, genuine, meaningful way at all-times
  • Curate Birthday Cheer Bins (gift baskets) for all our birthday recipient orders
  • Assist with the planning and staffing of volunteer group days
  • Attend networking, community, and fundraising events on behalf of Beverly’s Birthdays
  • Assist the entire staff with our large-scale fundraisers

Candidate must have his/her own vehicle, and a valid driver’s license. He/she must be comfortable with driving his/her vehicle for programming purposes. This position does require physical labor as it involves lifting and sorting product/supplies.

This description is not intended to be all-inclusive.  It is provided as a general statement of the nature and duties of the position.  The incumbent may be asked to perform other assignments of a similar nature or related to the effective operation of the department as assigned from time to time by the supervisor.

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter. PLEASE INDICATE IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THE FULL-TIME OR PART-TIME ROLE.

To learn more about out mission, visit www.beverlysbirthdays.org

Program Manager

This is a full-time salary position reporting to the Director of Programming and Community Relations. This position is an in-person role at our headquarters in North Huntingdon, PA.  Standard office hours are M-F from 8:30-4:30 p.m.

Our group birthday celebrations are held in the late afternoon/early evenings, and it is expected that this role facilitate a minimum of one-two celebrations per week.

Compensation: $50,000 annual salary

Required Qualifications:

  • A passion for working with at-risk populations and a commitment to Beverly’s Birthdays mission
  • 3-5 years’ experience managing social service or non-profit programming
  • 3-5 years’ experience as a supervisor or team lead experience (overseeing staff or interns)
  • Must be comfortable driving large vehicles (box truck, vans, U-hauls, small bus). A CDL license is NOT required.
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Excellent interpersonal/communication skills
  • A love for working with children and youth
  • Ability to problem solve and multi-task
  • Relevant experience facilitating/leading groups of children/youth in activities, games, events, etc.
  • Demonstrated ability to establish clear objectives, monitor progress and achieve programming goals
  • High energy level, strong sense of initiative, enthusiasm, diplomacy, professionalism, transparency, accountability, flexibility, and discretion.
  • An outgoing personality
  • Gets jazzed about birthdays, cupcakes, and celebrations
  • Obtain all required clearances (PA State Police, FBI Fingerprinting, Child Abuse)
  • Must THRIVE in birthday cheer chaos (fast-past, constantly growing environments)

Essential Duties:

  • Contributes to the mission of Beverly’s Birthdays by providing day-to-day oversight of the Birthday Cheer Programs
  • Serve as the Programming Team Lead, and manages a 3–4-person programming team
  • In conjunction with the ED, Director of Programming and Community Engagement, and other program staff establishes and carries out the strategic direction for the department.
  • Ensures program budgets are tracked and organized
  • Schedules resource allocation to ensure the programming department fulfills all weekly birthday requests (an average of 200 packages per week).
  • Oversee the management of our online inventory system, which tracks inbound and outbound products/donations
  • Design and develop the party programming for all group birthday celebrations
  • Serves as the Lead Party Facilitator and supports the other party facilitators at the birthday celebrations which are held at shelters, group homes, residential treatment facilities, etc.
  • Interact with children/parents/agency staff/volunteers
  • Support The Birthday Boutique, our mobile fashion truck, shopping experience at parties
  • Represent the brand in a positive, genuine, meaningful way at all-times
  • Serves as our agency partners first point of contact for all programming needs
  • Coordinate all scheduling for deliveries and party celebrations
  • Curate Birthday Cheer Bins (gift baskets) for all our birthday recipient orders
  • Handle all inventory purchasing for needed items
  • Assist with the planning and staffing of volunteer group days
  • Attend networking, community, and fundraising events on behalf of Beverly’s Birthdays
  • Assist the entire staff with our large-scale fundraisers

Candidate must have his/her own vehicle, and a valid driver’s license. He/she must be comfortable with driving his/her vehicle for programming purposes. This position does require physical labor as it involves lifting and sorting product/supplies.

This description is not intended to be all-inclusive.  It is provided as a general statement of the nature and duties of the position.  The incumbent may be asked to perform other assignments of a similar nature or related to the effective operation of the department as assigned from time to time by the supervisor.

Please submit a resume and a cover letter, detailing your relevant experience to the e-mail provided.

Project Coordinator

WHAT are we about? The Westmoreland Housing Alliance Team (WHAT) is working to create a community where homelessness is rare, brief, and non-recurring, where housing is affordable, accessible, and safe, and where equitable opportunities exist to empower people’s self-reliance and strengthen their natural support systems.

The WHAT Project Coordinator will serve as a “hub,” working with the four WHAT action teams: Breaking Barriers, Governance, Housing Options, and Quality Control. We are seeking an applicant with compassion for the issues surrounding homelessness and a good knowledge of Westmoreland County and its inhabitants.

This position is currently part-time, with a possibility of moving to full-time. $18.17/hour

Responsibilities:

  • Work collaboratively and develop relationships with community organizations, Human Service groups, government, and local businesses
  • Identify housing opportunities and resolve impediments to the development of affordable housing and stability
  • Assist, maintain, and monitor administrative aspects of program activities, including proposals, projects, organizing committee meetings, preparing reports, design of public relations information, and budgeting

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in marketing, economics, finance, public relations, planning, business administration, nonprofit management or related field; or Associate’s Degree with 5 to 10 years experience preferred
  • Must be able to work evenings and weekends as deemed appropriate by CEO
  • Must possess valid PA driver’s license and insurance

Fellow Development and Program Coordinator

PULSE recruits recent college graduates to live together in community, serve a year with a local nonprofit, and grow their personal and professional networks.

The Fellow Development and Program Coordinator reports to the Operations and Community Manager of PULSE and is responsible for the organization’s consistent, high-quality execution of its program.

The Fellow Development and Program Coordinator serves as the lead team member executing the Fellow Development Plan, including coordinating all aspects of the PULSE Program including PULSEStart, orientation, seminars, retreats, and mentoring program. In addition, the Fellow Development and Program Coordinator will serve as the main point of contact for the Fellows.

Position is a combination of working from our office, working from home, and being in the field to meet with Fellows and community partners, including, but not limited to:

  • PULSE office in Garfield
  • PULSE houses in
    • East End – Highland Park
    • South Hilltop – Allentown
    • North Side – Perry Hilltop
  • PULSE nonprofit partners located throughout the Pittsburgh area

Job Responsibilities

  • Counsel, mentor, and evaluate participants through regular meetings.
  • Create and administer a personal and professional development program to address PULSE participant experience, skill gaps, knowledge, etc. through a wide variety of vehicles (weekly seminars, bi-annual retreats, one-on-one meetings, and other personal and professional development opportunities for cohort).
  • Develop and implement a system to evaluate program success.
  • Communicate clearly to all staff and Fellows the purposes, objectives, aims and expectations of the PULSE program.
  • Orient fellows to the purposes, objectives, aims and expectations of the PULSE program.
  • Develop and implement a system to evaluate the skill, experience, personal and professional development needs of PULSE fellows.
  • Serve as the main point of contact for all fellows with any Program Related concerns.
  • Address participant questions, issues and challenges particularly related to house dynamics, maintenance and overall experience.
  • Assist staff with recruitment of Fellows, which could include outreach to personal and professional networks, presentations, on-campus and virtual recruitment sessions

Benefits

  • $40,000 salary
  • Health insurance reimbursement
  • Retirement plan + employer match
  • 12 paid holidays
  • 20 days benefit time – sick/vacation/personal

To Apply

Please submit resume to jobs@pulsepittsburgh.org by September 3.

Director of Programs & Services

Reports to: Executive Director

Responsible for:

  • Planning, managing, and evaluating the services of NHCO to ensure that local persons in crisis, hardship, and poverty receive appropriate, immediate, substantive help, with a minimum of red tape and a maximum of compassion, toward the goal of family stability and economic self-sufficiency
  • Hiring, training, scheduling, supervising and motivating all NHCO staff members who provide direct service to those in need

Duties include:

  • Directing all programs and services at all NHCO sites, including the effective utilization of service staff members and volunteers
  • Directing service delivery to meet all responsibilities under contracts and grants; preparing related reports and applications
  • Collecting data to evaluate the quantity, quality, and outcomes of services provided
  • Tracking requests for service in order to identify unmet community needs, and completing other community needs assessments
  • Overseeing staff development and staff evaluation for service staff
  • Acting as a member of the directors, leadership teams, senior leadership
  • Managing and backing up service staff at the Allison Park office, and backing up service site managers as needed
  • Main contact for Allegheny County Department of Human Services and United Way, among others
  • Contract negotiation with partners and service providers
  • Meeting with organizations and key individuals (religious, ministerial liaison, business, political, civic, school)
  • Attends board meetings and presents as needed
  • Other duties as assigned

Education: College degree in an appropriate field (or equivalent years of experience) and five years of directly related management/administrative experience; Masters degree preferred; must pass Act 33/34 clearances & PA state child mandate reporting requirements

This position is a Full Time Exempt Salaried Position with a salary range of $65-75,000 per year with a wide variety of benefits available including but not limited to: health/vision/dental insurance, short term disability, long term disability, life insurance, defined contribution plans, and 403bs.

All applicants should submit their resume, cover letter, salary requirements, and 3 references to HR@NHCO.org no later than 4pm on September 7th.

If you have any questions related to the position, please do not call. Email HR@NHCO.org.

Community Impact Manager, Meeting Basic Needs

Job Summary

The Community Impact Manager, Meeting Basic Needs will work in strategic and creative partnership with Community Impact leadership (including PA 211 Southwest) to manage a dynamic portfolio of grants, issues and community-focused initiatives, with a special emphasis on United Way’s Meeting Basic Needs portfolio.  The Manager will play a critical role in building community partnerships to create meaningful community change and work collaboratively to achieve United Way of SWPA goals. The Manager will also provide end-to-end grant management, from discovery of community need, to selection of funded partners, and reporting of results.

Essential Functions

Grants Management and Subject Area Expertise

  • Work with Community Impact and volunteer leadership to recommend and monitor success of grants to and projects with non-profit human service agency partners aligned with United Way’s strategic goals.
  • Build strong partnerships with grantees, contracted partners, and other community stakeholders to develop a strong understanding of community resources, opportunities and concerns related to Meeting Basic Needs.
  • Manage day-to-day needs of programs and/or initiatives and elevate issues that impact partners and agencies.
  • Assess and report on relevant program and community-level outcomes and contribute to writing funding proposals, reports, and related materials.
  • Analyze existing outcome measures and consider new evidence-informed indicators.

Communication and Collaboration

  • Build and foster meaningful relationships with a broad range of diverse stakeholders (such as non-profit agencies, corporate and civic leaders, labor party representatives, community leaders, elected officials and others) to elevate emerging issues and work collaboratively to address concerns and capitalize on opportunities as they evolve.  Work collaboratively within the Community Impact and 211 Departments and across United Way as a whole to clearly convey and mobilize resources to support our work in the community.
  • Identify, lead and/or participate in special projects related to systems-change efforts in the community
  • Be a champion for human services and strategic and equitable solutions.
  • Advocate for solutions to reduce race, gender and ability inequality within the United Way, our investments, and at large.

People Management Responsibilities

  • The individual in this role may supervise temporary staff and/ or contractual relationships.

Financial/Budgetary Responsibilities

  • Track and monitor project budgets in partnership with United Way’s Impact Operations and Finance Teams
  • Participate in RFP distribution and decision-making process to allocate funds.

Education and Experience

Required:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in public administration, non-profit management or related field
  • At least five years working in human services or related field
  • Track record of successful work in collaborative settings with community organizations and institutions of diverse size, scope and range of interests

Preferred:

  • Master’s Degree preferred
  • Experience writing grants, proposals, applications and reports

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Positive, high-energy, can-do attitude
  • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills including public speaking and presentation skills
  • Ability to establish effective working relationships with diverse populations and to function well within a team environment
  • Tech savviness, including experience with Microsoft Office, virtual platforms, and willingness to explore new systems
  • Ability to be self-directed and decisive
  • Strong organizational and time management skills, and comfort with a fast-paced dynamic environment

PCRG AmeriCoprs VISTA Leader

Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group (PCRG) is a coalition of leaders working for economic justice and equitable resources to revitalize the Pittsburgh region. As the area’s foremost convener of community based organizations, PCRG ensures that grassroots voices remain visible to financial institutions, government agencies, and the business community. This facilitates the development of public policy and strategic partnerships responsive to community need, securing expanded access to housing, transit, and capital for a more vibrant and resilient Greater Pittsburgh.

PCRG’s VISTA team fulfills a crucial part of this mission, developing resources and systems closest to the people that need them to establish a platform for lasting community-driven change. The PCRG VISTA Leader will organize support, guidance, mentorship, and recruitment activities to ensure the success of seven VISTA members as they fulfill these objectives. Primary responsibilities will include supporting the selection of high quality VISTAs by creating and executing communication strategies and streamlining the screening process, assisting with the development of orientation and ongoing training of VISTAs and their site supervisors, coordinating and monitoring monthly reports, and enhancing PCRG’s VISTA project sustainability. The VISTA Leader will also provide on-going professional development to the cohort during the service term. Note that the candidate must have served at least one full term as an AmeriCorps or Peace Corps member to qualify for this position.

Member Duties:

  1. Lead and coordinate recruitment efforts for PCRG and its partner organizations for potential members.
  2. Provide technical support to VISTA member applicants and staff throughout the recruitment process.
  3. Maintain regular and ongoing communications with VISTA members to track progress, recognize accomplishments, and provide support and feedback.
  4. Provide support to current VISTA members, including mentoring, leading conference calls, and seeking additional resources to aid VISTA members’ professional development.
  5. Plan and coordinate special service events that engage the PCRG cohort and other AmeriCorps Members serving in the Pittsburgh area.
  6. Assist with organizing and conducting orientations for new VISTA members and corresponding staff.
  7. Counsel VISTA members during exit and transition planning.

Program Benefits: Training,  Living Allowance,  Relocation Allowance,  Childcare assistance if eligible,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend,  Health Coverage*.

Chief Program Officer

The Organization

Life’sWork of Western PA (Life’sWork) believes that there is one thing that all people have in common: they want to work. By partnering with people with disabilities, people with other barriers, and young adults to pursue their hopes and dreams through strengthening workplace abilities, building life skills, and developing meaningful relationships. Life’sWork’s mission is making lives work better.

Since its founding in 1927, Life’sWork has championed the cause of serving and supporting the success of individuals with disabilities and other impediments to employment. More than 100,000 individuals of all ages with disabilities or other employment barriers have utilized Life’sWork to achieve independence and self-sufficiency. With the exception of COVID-impacted numbers in 2020 and 2021, the organization serves an average of over 2,000 clients a year, ranging from youth as young as 14 to adults, as well as people facing other challenges to employment, including at-risk youth, single parents, and people transitioning from public assistance.

Life’sWork leads the region in creating innovative and profitable solutions for businesses (including mailing, packaging/assembling, fulfillment, and janitorial services) while fulfilling its mission of assisting persons with disabilities and other employment barriers to become independent. Additionally, Life’sWork has innovative programs such as the RECOVER Program that provides employment support services to individuals recovering from substance use disorders.

With convenient locations in Pittsburgh’s South Side and Westmoreland County, the organization has a $6M annual budget that is a blend of government and corporate contracts, charitable contributions, and foundation grants.

Additional information about Life’sWork can be found here: www.lifesworkwpa.org/

Position Overview

Life’sWork seeks a Chief Program Officer (CPO) who will drive the evolution and sustainability of the Life’sWork business model through the assessment and growth of programs.

The CPO will provide strategic leadership, development, innovation, and oversight of the programs and services that support and uplift the community. Reporting directly to the CEO, the CPO is responsible for helping individuals meet their personal and employment goals through vocational assessment, case management, counseling, job training, job placement, and other assistance. The CPO will drive the design, implementation, and evaluation of the Life’sWork family of service delivery with continuous process and quality improvement.

The CPO will is primarily responsible for the following:

Program Development and Management

  • Implement innovative approaches to program design with a focus on extending the successful services of the Life’sWork portfolio. This includes facility and community-based programs.
  • Oversee and manage the adult and youth services as per established quality improvement processes and fiscal accountability. This includes staff leadership, establishing and enhancing systems and processes for data management, reporting, program outcomes, utilization, and case management.
  • Evaluate programs and services of Life’sWork with annual program and staff goals, including performance indicators, metrics, and outcomes reporting. 

Community Outreach and Engagement

  • Identify partner organizations to develop mutually beneficial relationships in order to expand and extend services and operations.
  • Represent Life’sWork in the public domain to raise the profile of the programs and services. This includes professional associations and memberships, individual leaders, and partner organizations.

Senior Leadership

  • Work cooperatively with an experienced and dedicated Leadership Team and Board of Directors.
  • Continually develop and implement plans to improve and evaluate culture, staff, and program quality.
  • Oversee contractual compliance, including monitoring of deliverables, corrective action, funder reports, and program audits.
  • Ensure compliance with all regulatory, licensing, and accreditation requirements.
  • Seek and offer opportunities for continual professional development for self and staff. 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Inspirational and empathic, the CPO will support Life’sWork’s mission with a deep understanding of the role Life’sWork plays in the lives of clients, families, and the community. The successful candidate will lead with drive and 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:

  • Passion for and commitment to Life’sWork’s mission and vision. Previous experience in the fields of counseling or social work are valued as well as experience with disabled or disadvantaged individuals.
  • Educational background aligned with the requirements of the position.
  • Progressive leadership development in a career that demonstrates administrative leadership experience with programs and operating results were a primary responsibility.
  • Ability to work productively with and relate well to individuals with physical, mental, and intellectual disabilities.
  • Must possess a strong working knowledge with relevant regulatory and governing bodies, mandates, licensure, and service utilization requirements.
  • Ability to look broadly across the organization, establish priorities, and streamline processes.
  • Must have proven team leadership, the ability to supervise others and produce results, and work effectively in a team setting.
  • Strong cultural competency with deep experience working with diverse populations.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.

Performance Objectives

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

  • Review the operational structure of the Program Department with the goal of aligning the staff and services with the organizational strategic direction.
  • Establish a Program Plan that outlines the goals of each program with a focus on a culture of employment excellence.
  • With the CEO, investigate the potential for programmatic partnership with organizations of similar missions.

Compensation

This position offers a competitive salary in the $120,000 – $135,000 range and a traditional benefits package found with other nonprofit organizations of similar size, scope, and scale.

DEI Imperative

Life’sWork 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

Life’sWork of Western PA 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 Life’sWork of Western PA.

Resume, position-specific cover letter, and salary expectations uploaded here as application:

https://nonprofittalent.applytojob.com/apply/PkVcH9bWZW/Chief-Program-Officer-LifesWork

APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BY 5PM on Tuesday, September 7th

Child Nutrition Partnerships Coordinator

Expands access to food resources for students by working with partners to create, organize and maintain food distribution systems serving students. The Coordinator primarily plans, implements, improves, supports and oversees food resource programs which include backpacks, weekend food programs, school food pantries and other similar distribution programs specifically for young people and their families. The Coordinator supports procurement, sourcing and coordination of food resources available to Child Nutrition Operators across the Food Bank’s 11-County service area in Southwestern Pennsylvania, while working to increase program access in this region.  Coordinator works as a member of a team to achieve the goals of the Child Nutrition Team and the strategic plan of Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Work collaboratively with key internal and external program stakeholders to develop and implement new food resource models serving students.
  • Learn national best practices and use data-driven analysis to ensure sustainable, partner-based models for distribution.
  • Work closely with our regional Child Nutrition Outreach Coordinators to coordinate, support and evaluate county-specific plans for implementation of child nutrition food resource programs.
  • Initiate, develop, and maintain partnerships with organizations to assess community needs and guide partners on how to lead execution of high-impact food resource programs in our communities.
  • Coordinate all new partner on-boarding requirements including eligibility determination, program enrollment, pre-approval visits, agreements and training.
  • Provide on-going training, regular monitoring and technical support to ensure partners operate in compliance with all applicable program regulations and maintain a high level of customer service to all stakeholders.
  • Lead large groups of volunteers and ensure positive experiences for clients, volunteers, partners, and staff at program sites.
  • Work with Operations staff to select products and plan orders to ensure efficient and cost-effective utilization of resources in program execution.
  • Deliver presentations to a variety of audiences to raise awareness about food insecurity and the role child nutrition programs play in alleviation of hunger.
  • Ensure program compliance with standards of the Food Bank, Feeding America, PA Departments of Agriculture and Education, USDA, and other applicable oversight entities.
  • Gather information for grant reports and proposals that support child nutrition work
  • Collect and organize required paperwork and data from partner organizations.
  • Maintain accurate, complete and updated programmatic records and files.
  • Support team and Food Bank projects to continuously improve operations and strengthen service provided to our partners.
  • Respect the geographic and cultural diversity of organization partners and individual participants.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience in a related field.
  • A minimum of three years of programmatic experience in a related field.
  • Demonstration of strong motivation to end hunger and commitment to viewing the problem of hunger in a holistic context, including considerations of public health, social justice, diversity, equity, and the cultural importance of food.
  • Ability, experience and willingness to respectfully work with diverse populations, including the ability to engage with and build trust among people living in under-resourced communities.
  • Ability to make presentations and develop and deliver information to a variety of audiences.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Possess an attitude of collaboration for working with community organizations and schools.
  • High quality customer service skills (exhibit objectivity, empathy, calmness and helpfulness)
  • Attention to detail and follows through on tasks.
  • Strong project management experience, including demonstrated organization and time-management skills, strong critical and analytic reasoning skills, and ability to handle large amounts of data efficiently and effectively.
  • Demonstrated experience and proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Automobile and valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License are required.  Work related travel is reimbursed at the federal reimbursement rate.
  • Must be able to lift or move up to 50 pounds.

Certificates: PA State Police Background clearance, PA Child Abuse History Clearance, Federal Criminal History Record Information (FBI Report), Food Safety Certificate required within 90 days of employment.

Disclaimer: The preceding job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all responsibilities, duties, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.

How to Apply:  Go to https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/All/65e34b7d-06f6-4b43-89d5-221e6eedb5fe/Greater-Pittsburgh-Community-Food-Bank click apply, create a login, fill out our online application and attach resume and cover letter.

Program Assistant

The University of Pittsburgh is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the Program Assistant position in the College of General Studies. The Program Assistant works closely with the Director of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) to support membership needs and program activities. Primary duties include: – Managing day-to-day implementation of the membership management system including process registrations and membership payments – Investigating all payment discrepancies – Generating reports for the Director – Providing exemplary customer service to OLLI members (by phone, email, in person) – Coordinating communications with members – Promoting the OLLI program – Recruiting members through outreach activities The Program Assistant will support the Director as needed. A valid Pennsylvania driver’s license and the ability to drive or navigate to outreach locations throughout the greater Pittsburgh region are necessary. This position is funded by non-university funds and the continuation of this position is contingent upon the renewal of these funds. The Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences is committed to building a diverse staff. Excellent interpersonal and relationship building skills and the ability to work with a wide range of individuals in support of a diverse community are required.

Bachelors degree with 1-2 years of related work experience. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and experience with Access and/or database software in order to maintain records, create reports, and prepare forms, instructional materials, and correspondence.