Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2021 Forum on Justice & Opportunity
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Early Childhood Educators
Bright Horizons Bright Horizons® is now hiring TEACHERS and ASSOCIATE TEACHERS with full- and part-time opportunities available! You'll be part of a supportive team in a classroom with abundant resources and small class sizes. Bright Horizons offers extensive benefits* including 401(k), health insurance, paid time off, and free ECE degrees!
Episcopal Community Services SUMMARY The Programs Administrator is a key administrative position with ECS. This position provides administrative support to the Chief of Programs and to the Manager for Government Contracts, and interfaces with operations, external relations, development, and finance depts. to support smooth workflow of cross functional processes.
Primary Functions: • Provide administrative support to programs, reporting directly to the Chief of Programs but • Serve as a central point of contact between agency, programs, and external stakeholders to ensure workflow continuity for COP and program staff • Facilitate the effective operation of programs through handling internal and external information requests, scheduling, recordkeeping, preparation of minutes, reports and correspondence, project management and performing special assignments • Provide administrative support for government contract compliance work, taking direction from the Manager for Government Contracts
Qualifications: • Associates degree or equivalent experience; BA preferred • Three years’ experience in office operations • Experience with human serving programs; Knowledge of the effects of intergenerational poverty on individuals and families in Philadelphia • Ability to be self-directed yet appropriately respond to supervision and feedback • Excellent information technology skills - knowledge of project management software, database applications, and the ability to create reports. • In-depth knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite • Ability to process and synthesize large amounts of information • Demonstrated ability to make sound decisions, including knowing when to consult others, in situations involving complex issues.
Episcopal Community Services Part-time (20 hrs. per wk), Remote Opportunity for Individual with Strong Grants Accounting skills
Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree in business; accounting or finance majors strongly preferred or equivalent work experience. • 2 to 5 years Grant experience in a non-profit setting preferred. • Understanding of GAAP required, especially not-for-profit accounting principles. • Experience with MIP accounting system is preferred.
Skills: • Strong problem-solving, organizational and analytical skills. • Detail oriented. • Effective written and verbal communication skills. • Must demonstrate ability to work as part of a team as well as independently. • Strong Microsoft Excel skills required. • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite: Word, Outlook, etc. • Ability to maintain absolute confidentiality regarding all employee information. • Ability to be productive and accurate with assigned accounting tasks.
Assistant Group Supervisors, Multiple Opportunities
Episcopal Community Services This is a part-time on site role.
SUMMARY The OST Assistant Group Supervisor assists in implementing daily program activities and supervising youth in the ECS Out-of-School Time Programs located in Darby, Feltonville, and West Philadelphia.
Primary Functions: • Supervise children in the OST Program. • Assist with the implementation of daily program activities in the OST Program. • Implement and track structure activity projects. • Provide academic assistance for children and youth in OST Program. • Champion the ECS Path to Prosperity model (adapted from EMPath’s Mobility Mentoring Model®) throughout all of ECS by providing peer coaching, team support and Prosperity Model coaching as part of participant services.
Qualifications: • High school diploma and two (2) year’ experience with children OR High school diploma, 15 credit hours from an accredited college in education or human services field and one (1) year experience with children OR High school diploma and 30 credit hours from an accredited college in education or human services field.
Episcopal Community Services Maintenance worker’s job is to perform routine and extensive range of work in the repair and general maintenance of facilities, buildings, and equipment under general supervision. They execute work within established procedures and process under both verbal and written instructions.
This position takes direction from the Facilities Manager but the Maintenance Assistant is expected to work well independently and use solid judgement to adjust tasks and priorities based on facility needs, ticket system and through discussion with Facilities Manager.
Qualifications: • High School Diploma or GED required • Post High School training/education in any related field from an accredited college preferred • Must have one (1) year building maintenance experience, or any equivalent combination of training and experience. • Must have a valid Driver’s License • Must be able to stand, lift, bend, twist, kneel and reach as part of the basic and on-going functions of this position • Must be able to lift a minimum of 50lbs as a part of the basic and on-going functions related to the position. • Knowledge of trades related to building maintenance and repair.