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Norwescap CLTC Are you looking for meaningful work that has a positive impact on others? Do you enjoy helping others to achieve their goals? Are you fluent in Spanish and English? Then read on...
This grant funded, 30 hour/week position is responsible for providing case management support and career advice to the clients of the Career & Life Transitions Center (CLTC) at our Hunterdon county office. The PC (Program Coordinator) is knowledgeable of the criteria defining a displaced homemaker, and shares goals and objectives of the Norwescap CLTC for the planning, implementation and administration of all activities that enhance the support services, training, employability, job readiness, earnings and self-sufficiency of women who fit the criteria of being a displaced homemaker and are seeking successful entry/re-entry into the workforce. The PC is also responsible for the development and implementation of programs, workshops and job clubs to enhance the services provided by the CLTC.
Fluent in Spanish and English, speaking and writing Excellent inter-personal skills with the ability to relate to persons of all socioeconomic groups and diverse cultures Team player who effectively communicates with other team members Maintain strict confidentiality Able to prioritize assignments Pay attention to detail, accuracy and meet deadliness High level of proficiency in MS Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint Proficient using email (folders, messaging) Flexibility in work hours necessary in order to respond to requirements of program Knowledgeable of In-Demand occupations in NJ, best practices for resume writing, cover letters and interviewing. Be able to provide Career, Education, Training and Employment advisement Willingness to learn multiple database systems Knowledge of SharePoint and Teams a plus Must have reliable transportation Pay rate is $20-22/hour, benefits included. If you are interested, please email a cover letter and your resume.
Development Coordinator (part-time)
Waterspirit Full description available here:https://bit.ly/3FigpYO Salary: $20/hr Time Commitment: 20 hours per week To Apply: Please email your CV, cover letter, and brief writing sample of development materials you have drafted to email@example.com. Overview: Waterspirit, a nonprofit center for spiritual ecology, is seeking a part-time Development Coordinator. This position reports directly to the Executive Director. Our small team, flexible hours, and faith-driven mission make working at Waterspirit a unique experience. While some remote work for this position might be possible, applicants must be based in New Jersey and have the ability to work from our office in Rumson as needed. Waterspirit is committed to diversity and to building an inclusive environment for all people. We particularly encourage members of underrepresented communities to apply. Duties and Responsibilities: - Reach fundraising goals determined by Executive Director; - Research grant opportunities, draft proposals, track grants submitted, track deliverables, and draft required reports; - Develop, promote, and track peer-to-peer campaigns; - Assist with donor communications and donor acknowledgments; - Research and develop relationships with potential sponsors (corporate and local businesses); - Create promotional materials for virtual and print fundraising campaigns; - Assist with preparations for the annual gala; - Work with Executive Director to develop a volunteer fundraising team and coordinate with board members as appropriate; - Use Kindful (CRM) to maintain up-to-date donor records; - Other duties as required. Qualifications and Requirements: - At least 4-5 years of professional fundraising experience; - Excellent written and verbal communication skills (basic graphic design skills a plus); - Excellent organizational skills, planning capability, and attention to detail; - Experience with fundraising databases a plus; - Passion for ecology and willingness to learn about the charism of the CSJP.
Development and Communications Manager
Family Promise of Southern Ocean County Are you someone whose work abilities include being organized, fast-paced, flexible, and can manage to have fun all at the same time? Then this may be the role for you!
Family Promise is seeking a Development and Communications Manager (DCM) to join our team. This new position will be responsible for building revenue streams as we look to significantly expand the number of families we help over the next few years. The DCM will create and implement a strategic approach to fundraising, including events, major gifts, corporate donations, individual giving, and in-kind resources. If being a supportive, positive, and energetic teammate sounds like you, consider a career with Family Promise!
Why choose Family Promise of Southern Ocean County?
FPSOC partners with communities to guide homeless children and their families toward achieving sustainable independence. As the Development and Communications Manager, you will help to fulfill this mission. Individuals who will excel in this role are highly passionate, have a go getter attitude, and are willing to make a positive difference in the lives of families every day.
HOW YOU MAKE AN IMPACT
Collaborate with team to develop, execute, and evaluate a strategic fund development plan to increase revenue Oversee the planning and execution of all fundraising events (virtual and in person) Work with Administrative Assistant on managing donor database (record all donations and donors, sending receipts) Research and assist in government, foundational, and local grants Engage volunteers in fundraising events and campaigns Prepare monthly reports regarding fund development goals and achievements Build and expand relationships with community stakeholders to enhance the mission and fundraising goals Communication Responsibilities:
Develop and execute comprehensive communication plan to maximize public awareness of organization and fundraising events Collaborate in design, printing, and distributing marke
Domestic Violence Outreach Counselor (Full-Time)
YWCA Union County Summary: The Domestic Violence Outreach Counselor position, at the direction of and in collaboration with the Coordinator of Counseling, has the responsibility of the provision of all direct counseling services to survivors of domestic violence at YWCA sites as well as with co-located partner sites throughout Union County. This position will work closely with community partners to assist in the development and maintenance of a safe and confidential atmosphere for all clients of the YWCA.
Requirements: Must possess a Master’s Degree in Counseling, Social Work, Psychology or related field. Should have at least 1 year experience working in the field of domestic violence. Must have knowledge and understanding of domestic violence and trauma. Must have knowledge and understanding of domestic violence and trauma. Must possess strong public speaking skills. Effective verbal and computer skills required. 40 Hour Domestic Violence Training required. Must be bilingual.
Essential Duties: The Counselor is responsible for ensuring the following services are provided to residential and non-residential clients: individual counseling, support groups, and advocacy. The Counselor will provide direct services including intakes/exit interviews, initial individual counseling sessions and psycho-educational group counseling, client advocacy and referral. The Counselor will also ensure that the public and other service providers are aware of YWCA Union County’s counseling services program, and provide trainings and educational seminars to groups throughout Union County.
Please send resume and cover letter to the Director of Community Support Services.
Coordinator, Community Resources
The Arc of New Jersey Inc. Case Manager for clients in the Criminal Justice Advocacy Program; Develop Personalized Justice Plans which will be used as alternatives to incarceration on behalf of defendants with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Monitor and track services provided to Program clients through a comprehensive case management system. This includes maintaining and updating the system in place. This also includes out-of-office travel to go to court and provide advocacy, meet clients, criminal justice professionals, probation officers, and service providers. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in related field, 1-3 years experience working in the criminal justice system, and/or with people with developmental disabilities.
Crisis Response Team Coordinator (Full-Time)
YwCA Union County Summary: The CRT Coordinator position, at the direction of and in collaboration with the Director of Community Support Services (CSS), has the responsibility of managing, training, developing and reporting of the crisis/domestic violence response teams (CRT) implemented throughout the Union County municipalities and their police departments. This position will work closely with the Director of CSS to assist in the development of a safe and confidential atmosphere for all clients of the YWCA Union County. This position reports directly to and is supervised by the Director of Community Support Services.
Requirements: A Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services field is required. Candidates should have a least two years’ experience working in the field of domestic violence. Must demonstrate cultural competency in experience or education. Excellent verbal and written skills a must. Must possess strong public speaking skills. Knowledge of computer programs including but not limited to Microsoft Office, Power Point and Excel is required.
Essential Duties: The CRT Coordinator works with local Domestic Violence Liaison Officers (DVLO) to expand and maintain existing Teams. This includes assisting with volunteer recruitment/screening, as well as regional DVLO planning and coordination. The Coordinator will schedule and implement two yearly 40 hour volunteer trainings and work with the Training Committee to ensuring that all 40 hour training material is up to date and culturally competent. The Coordinator will assist municipalities in the maintenance of Teams by serving as liaison with both DVLO and team leaders and provide first line of response to all Team Leaders and volunteers. The Coordinator will respond to call-outs as needed during daytime hours. In addition the Coordinator will attend NJCEDV DVRT meetings and staff meetings, provide ongoing trainings and support at quarterly meetings, and supervise volunteers as needed.
YWCA Union County Summary: The Shelter Advocate is a direct service position that has primary responsibility for assisting, advocating, and empowering survivors of domestic violence and their families who are residing in the emergency shelter to be safe, empowered and have increased ability to be independent and free of abuse.
Requirements: Candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree, have knowledge and understanding of domestic violence and trauma, and computer skills. Bilingual (Spanish-English) required. 40 Hour Domestic Violence Training required.
Essential duties: The Shelter Advocate is responsible for overseeing safety of clients, creating an empowering, supportive living environment, and modeling healthy boundaries and respectful behavior. The Shelter Advocate provides the Director of Residential Services with information on potential problems and assists in the development of solutions. The Shelter Advocate provides crisis counseling, safety planning, information and referrals, and shelter screening for clients and the 24 hour domestic violence hotline. Other duties include entering and maintaining client records in the client software. Must maintain a flexible schedule to meet the needs of the shelter.
Please send resume and cover letter to the Director of Residential Services.
Senior Wellness Program Coordinator (Part Time)
YWCA Northern New Jersey The Senior Wellness Program Coordinator is responsible for leading the development and operations of the Senior Wellness Programs. The position will focus on building relationships in the community, increasing enrollment in all program areas, developing new programs, supervising staff.
Key Responsibilities Manages and coordinates all senior wellness programs: 20 hours per week Facilitate Friendship Friday – offered 2 and 4th Fridays – every month Facilitate Book Club- offered once a month Oversee Mental Health Support Group – offered weekly Mondays at 11 (40 weeks a year) Facilitate “Pop-Up Choir” – offered twice monthly Facilitate Virtual and In-Person Walking Sessions –(Spring, summer, Fall) Oversee Virtual and in person fitness programs Create and schedule classes, trainings, workshops and presentations for all virtual and in person senior wellness programs. Facilitate registration for all programs. Monitors zoom and in person presentations.
Work with COO to recruit/hire part-time staff and contractors; responsible for the supervision, training and evaluation of all instructors. Evaluate and conducts performance appraisals for instructors on an annual basis.
Completes and submits all required paperwork (applications, monthly reports) and all reports as required.
Lead workshops and substitute classes when necessary (as appropriate) and assist in making sure all classes and workshops have coverage.
Support data entry clerk for all required information in entered into the SAMS system for all NJ/ County grants.
Maintains senior wellness mailing list and maintains good communication with all participants.
Develop and maintain relationships with NJDSS, Senior center administration, participant groups and any othe
Prevention Education Specialist
YWCA Northern New Jersey The Prevention Education Specialist will support prevention efforts by providing outreach and community education around sexual violence. Key Responsibilities • Plan, implement and provide outreach & community education in Northern New Jersey • Maintain up-to-date training materials for community education efforts related to sexual violence, support, prevention, advocacy, and counseling • Present and facilitate workshops as required • Coordinate and develop community-based primary prevention programming directed at the prevention of sexual violence for high schools and institutions of higher education • Collaborate with departmental colleagues to plan, implement and evaluate theory- and evidence-informed prevention strategies • Participate in the development of strategic plans, goals and measurable objectives for sexual violence prevention programs and services for the department • Perform general administrative support such as answering program correspondence, generating reports, entering client data from presentations and other outreach and prevention activities • Track performance outcomes for grants that fund services • Participate in agency grant and contract reporting as directed by supervisor • Adhere to agency policies and work rules, including confidentiality and code of ethics • Participate in agency staff meetings and other team meetings as required by supervisor • Attend healingSPACE and YWCA trainings and continuing education activities as assigned
YWCA Northern New Jersey This position is responsible for handling a wide range of administrative and executive support related tasks often with little or no supervision. Interfaces with Board of Directors, all levels within the organization and external supporters. Key Responsibilities • Communicate and handle incoming and outgoing electronic communications on behalf of CEO; direct calls/emails to appropriate party promptly and efficiently. • Open, sort, read, and analyze incoming correspondence to determine their significance and plan distribution. Prepare responses to correspondence containing routine inquiries. • Work closely with Board of Directors to prepare, coordinate and disseminate company documents, records and reports for Board Meetings. Update and maintain Bylaws, Board Committees; record, transcribe and distribute minutes of Board Meetings. • Coordinate project-based work and follow through on issues timely. • Manage and maintain CEO’s calendar, requiring interaction with both internal and external constituents, as well as Board Members, to coordinate a variety of complex executive meetings and events. • Prepare and edit correspondence, communications, presentations and other documents; file and retrieve documents and reference materials. • Arrange travel schedule and reservations for CEO as needed
Racial Justice Coordinator
YWCA Northern New Jersey The Racial Justice Coordinator will be the key personnel for all Racial Justice venues. The RJC provides administrative support for activities related to this program as well as performing various administrative functions.
Childcare Administrative Assistant & Princeton Public Schools Family Liaison
YWCA Princeton This position supports all aspect of The Burke Foundation Early Childhood Center (TBFECC) and Princeton Public School (PPS) preschool expansion program in accordance with YWCA Princeton policies and NJ Department of Children and Families’ (NJDFC) Office of Licensing (OOL), Grow NJ Kids, state and local departments of health, and federal and local regulations.
Assistant Director of Childcare
YWCA Princeton The Assistant Director of The Burke Foundation Early Childhood Center at YWCA Princeton is responsible for assisting in the overall daily operations of the center. The primary responsibilities including but not limited to the health, welfare, and safety of the children and for ensuring quality programming. The Assistant will work with staff to provide a program that fosters children’s social, physical, spiritual, and mental growth. Additionally, the Assistant must maintain positive working relationships with parents, children, staff and public, with appropriate knowledge and experience to achieve the goals of the organization and its mission of eliminating racism and empowering women.
Full Time Assistant Teacher
YWCA Princeton The Assistant Teacher of The Burke Foundation Early Childhood Center at YWCA Princeton is responsible for the assistance to the general supervision and management of a classroom of children between the ages of 8 weeks and 6 years old. The Assistant Teacher will work under the direction of the Lead Teacher. Have the ability to be sensitive, mature, and have the ability to relate well to both children and adults. Must have the personality, patience, creativity and the ability to provide stability for program continuity and must be flexible to work between the hours of 7:15am-6:00pm.
YWCA Union County Summary: The Emergency Room Domestic Violence Liaison (ER-DVL) is a domestic violence specialist who will provide direct services to victims of crime referred by Trinitas Regional Medical Center’s ER staff. This position represents a partnership of the YWCA Union County as the lead domestic violence agency, the Union County Prosecutor’s Office, and Trinitas Regional Medical Center.
Qualifications: Candidates must be bilingual (English-Spanish), and must have a Master’s Degree with three years of experience in domestic violence. Excellent verbal and written skills, as well as knowledge of computer programs including but limited to Microsoft Office, Power Point, and Excel are required. The candidate must have knowledge of trauma-informed care and resources for victims.
Essential Duties: The ER-DVL will receive direct referrals from Trinitas ER staff and/or through the YWCA 24 Hour Hotline, and act as liaison to the collaborating partners in providing client services. The ER-DVL will complete client intakes, determine service needs of victims, and provide direct linkages to resources. The ER-DVL will provide training on domestic violence, trauma, and strangulation to ER staff, and complete the necessary reporting on client services.
Please send resume and cover letter to the Director of Community Support Services.
YWCA Princeton The YWCA Princeton is looking to fill multiple substitute teaching positions at The Burke Foundation Early Childhood Center.
Pre-K Dual Language (Spanish) for 3-4 Year Old Programs Pre-K General for 3-4 Year Old Programs Infant/Toddler Programs for 8 weeks – 30 months Substitute Teacher is responsible for assisting Teachers in delivery of an effective subject matter in accordance with the Creative Curriculum. Must have personality, patience, creativity and the ability to provide stability for program continuity and must be flexible to work between the hours of 7:30am to 6:00pm.
YWCA Union County Summary: The Hotline Volunteer is a direct service, volunteer position that responds to our 24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline on site. The position includes crisis counseling, safety planning, provision of referrals, and advocacy.
Requirements: Bilingual (English-Spanish speaking) preferred. Must have a bachelor’s degree. Experience with women and/or domestic violence strongly preferred. Excellent verbal and computer skills required. 40 Hour Domestic Violence Training required.
Essential Duties: The Hotline Volunteer will provide crisis intervention and emergency counseling for survivors of domestic violence including safety planning, information and referrals, education regarding the dynamics of domestic violence, and advocacy. The Hotline Volunteer will work with staff to review calls and complete accurate documentation of all calls.
Please send resume and cover letter to the Director of Residential Services.
Data & Donor Engagement Manager
YWCA Princeton Please reach out to Director of Development, Jenn Johnston for more information!
Chief Development Officer
Meals on Wheels of Mercer County We are seeking to hire a dedicated Chief Development Officer to help us set direction and ensure the longevity of our organization. The Chief Development Officer will report to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and will work with the senior management team, governing board, and staff to define the organization’s vision and direction. They will be responsible for planning and implementing strategies to secure donors and contributions in support of the organization, develop a plan for high level donors, provide oversight of the fund development program, monitor all development activities including fund raising events,, and address issues that may hamper growth and success.
The successful applicant should have proven experience as a fundraising and organizational development specialist, with several years of management experience in a non-profit organization or similar environment. You must be motivated, have the ability to solve complex problems, and have a passion for philanthropy.