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Career Advancement Specialist
Goodwill HVRP Develops job opportunities for Veterans enrolled in the Goodwill HVRP program. Also does Outreach work innrecruiting Veterans to the program.
Part-Time Consultant NJ Outreach
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Goodwill HVRP doing outreach by recruiting homeless Veterans to join our program and to make partnerships with local shelters and community organizations .
Philanthropy Ambassador (Major Gifts Officer)
Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan New Jersey PPMNJ seeks a dynamic and passionate Philanthropy Ambassador who is responsible for managing all qualification, cultivation, solicitation, acknowledgement, recognition, and stewardship for a portfolio of prospects and donors with affinity for the Planned Parenthood mission and capacity to make $5,000+ investments to Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan New Jersey. This fundraiser will partner with the CEO, Vice President of Development and External Affairs, PPMNJ Leadership Team and Board of Trustees to develop philanthropic investment opportunities for high net-worth individual donors.
Vision To Learn training provided- experience with optical equipment, optical office setting preferred but not required. Key responsibilities: conduct vision screenings, oversee operation of mobile eye clinic, responsible for safe transportation of the clinic to and from exam site, assist OD with eye examinations and prepare daily reports.
Meals on Wheels of Mercer County Pt to ft. Support in the areas of donors, clients and volunteers. General admin skills, data entry, Microsoft Office.
Associate Program Director | The Provident Bank Foundation
The Provident Bank Foundation We're hiring! The Provident Bank Foundation is seeking a highly motivated, forward-thinking Associate Program Director to join our small but mighty team.
The APD will administer grantmaking operations for the Community Grant program, as well as assist with the evaluation of proposals for the Foundation’s other funding programs and in-house projects. In addition, the APD will ensure appropriate structure and integrity of the grants management database (Salesforce) and fulfill the information needs of the organization’s leadership, staff, and grantee partners.
Director of Human Resources
PRAB, Inc. Manage day-to-day organizational HR systems, including staff services, volunteer services, policies and procedures; support management by providing advice, counsel, and decisions on employee matters; interface with the executive, programs, operations, and development departments on HR-related matters; etc.
Partners Partners seeks a caring, compassionate, and diligent individual to work closely with victims of domestic and sexual violence. The full-time, Bilingual Paralegal (English/Spanish) will work under the supervision of Partners’ Paralegal Supervisor and Staff Attorneys. We currently have a hybrid work schedule with both in office/court and remote days each week. The salary range for this position is $50,000.00 - $60,000.00 per year.
Extensive work with clients to support our legal assistance programs
Interpret for Spanish speaking clients, in the office and in court
Translate Spanish evidence into English
Answer miscellaneous calls/messages
Perform detailed intakes with survivors of domestic and sexual violence
Support staff attorneys in case preparation, evidence gathering, and client communications
Build and maintain relationships through outreach and routine communications with our case referral sources, community organizations, and the judiciary
Keep client database current
Track cases for outcome
Other tasks as needed
Bilingual – fluent in English and Spanish
College graduate preferred
Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively
Strong organizational, writing and interpersonal skills
Facility with computers and software (Word, Excel, Access)
Willingness to travel regularly to both and our office in Bloomfield and courthouses in Essex, Union, Middlesex, Hudson and Passaic Counties
Two years’ work experience in an office environment preferred
Experience in family law matters, including domestic violence, a plus
Circle of Care for Families and Children of Passaic County Circle of Care is an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting Passaic County multiple-needs children and their families. We partner with families to provide support for children with complex needs including behavioral, emotional, and developmental disabilities.
WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, Sociology, Criminal Justice or a related field
Valid driver's license with clean driving record
Ability to work a flexible schedule including early mornings and evenings as needed
A heart for children and their families
WHAT WE CAN OFFER:
Start or continue your career in a diverse, supportive and positive work culture
Learn how to:
Use the Wraparound Model to form a Child-Family Team
Coordinate both formal and informal supports
Utilize family vision, crisis plans, strengths & needs assessments, and care plans
Be an integral part of fulfilling the goal of Circle of Care: Keeping youth at home, in the community and in school while creating self-sufficiency
An excellent benefits package which includes:
Generous paid time off (PTO)
A flexible hybrid schedule
Director of Harmony Family Success Center
PRAB, Inc. Oversee the day-to-day coordination of family success center program efforts, contributing to the effectiveness and efficiency of program service delivery; manage family success center programs, operations, and development matters; develop, and evaluate all family success center staff, mentors, volunteers, and partnerships