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Paid Positions

Paid job positions at Center of Hope Family Services.

Hands of Hope Program Coordinator

Summary: Coordinate and implement programs and ensure compliance standards are achieved.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Assist with the implementation and development of Hands of Hope USDA Food Box Distribution program.
  2. Develop and maintain relationships with partners; serve on local committees relevant to program operations.
  3. Review and monitor program contract goals and provide progress reports.
  4. Review, monitor and modify program activities and assist in ensuring that performance and compliance standards are achieved.
  5. Prepare and maintain files and reports for progress reporting and monitoring purposes, ensuring the accuracy of required documentation, and reports within established time frames.
  6. Maintain on-going communication with supervisor and internal support team regarding the progress of program participants.
  7. Submit data and participate in the team development process for all grant opportunities.
  8. Coordinate program functions and assign tasks.
  9. Monitor program advisory, community councils, and parent involvement activities.
  10. Ensure a case management approach to service delivery
  11. Initiate and maintain relationships with other departments, area social service providers, educational institutions, employment agencies, and employers to assist participants and families in meeting their needs.
  12. Recruit, screen, assess, establish goals, and make referrals related to employment, housing, health care including substance abuse and/or alcohol abuse, economic self-sufficiency, and interpersonal relationships to assist participants and their families meet their basic needs.
  13. Determine if participants meet eligibility requirements.
  14. Provide referrals, case management, crisis intervention, support, and follow-up services for participants and their families.
  15. Develop and monitor individualized plans that clearly documents the participant’s goals, addresses barriers, people responsible, expected outcomes, and time frames established.
  16. Provide information, training, and educational resources in order to prepare participants for success
  17. Ensure timely entry of information into the appropriate program database system.
  18. Other duties and responsibilities as directed by supervisor.

The window for applications will close Monday 5/18/20 at 5pm.

Teacher

Provides high quality instruction, including virtual instruction, at assigned sites in compliance with funding source requirements, licensing requirements, performance standards, and policies and procedures.

Data Coordinator

Start Date: June, 2017

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Utilize database programs to run data queries.
  • Execute secure and effective data procedures in collaboration with team members, technical specialists, project managers, and data analysts.
  • Train, manage, lead subordinates, and perform other related activities (e.g. performance evaluations).
  • Maintain the integrity of data that contains Personally Identifiable Information.
  • Facilitate requests for the transferring, movement, and/or transformation of data. Ensure adherence to legal standards and regulations.
  • Oversee the translation of figures into other languages, and/or metrics when necessary.
  • Maintain the inventory of servers, flash drives, storage disks and other data storage devices.
  • Ensure a secure and timely flow of data within, to and from the organization.

If interested in this position, please read and fill out the employment application. Next, email jobs@cohfs.org with the subject line "Data Coordinator" and attach the application along with your most recent resume.

Family Ambassador

Start date: July, 2016

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Juvenile Court Coaching and Support: On-site coaching and support to family members currently navigating the juvenile justice system. This includes explaining the Juvenile Court process to families from intake through closure, attending court appointments, and serving as a liaison with juvenile justice staff to ensure that families and juvenile justice staff understand each other’s concerns and work effectively together;
  2. Group-Based Support: Family Ambassadors will conduct monthly Program Orientations designed to attract family members to the program and share information about available services, including family support and education groups provided by Center of Hope. Group- Based Support will also include facilitating group sessions in which families are invited to share their experiences with the juvenile justice system with each other for additional peer to peer support.
  3. Individual Family Support: Center of Hope’s Family Ambassadors will provide individualized support to families, including, but not limited to navigating other systems (child welfare, education, mental health, housing, etc.) and accessing services from other government and community providers. Family Ambassadors will also be on-call after normal business hours to provide support for families, especially in times of crisis.

To read the full job description, please download the full job description document below.

If interested in this position, please read and fill out the job description document and employment application. Next, email jobs@cohfs.org with the subject line "Family Ambassador" and attach both files along with your most recent resume.

Classroom/Recreation Aide I

Start date: September, 2016

Assists with the daily activities of the summer and after school program including planning academic activities in core areas, providing recreational activities and assisting with field trips.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Assist in providing daily supervision of youths.
  2. Assist in enforcing safety rules and procedures including scheduling and assisting with required drills.
  3. Assist in coordinating classroom and recreational activities for students.
  4. Assist with record keeping duties.
  5. Assist in preparing and maintaining program materials.
  6. Assist students with self-care activities.
  7. Provides academic assistance when requested.
  8. Other duties and responsibilities as directed by supervisor.

To read the full job description, please download the full job description document below.

If interested in this position, please read and fill out the job description document and employment application. Next, email jobs@cohfs.org with the subject line "Classroom/Recreation Aide I" and attach both files along with your most recent resume.

21st Century Academic Tutor

Start Date: October, 2016

Assists with the daily activities of the summer and after school program including planning academic activities in core areas, providing recreational activities and assisting with field trips.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Tutors a small group of students in the content area of English, Reading, or Math; utilize scientifically research- based materials and lessons.
  2. Assists in developing students' cognitive capacity, increasing academic skill development, and respect for learning; foster students' self-esteem and motivation through positive interaction.
  3. Be directly supervised by the Site Coordinator and Project Director for the 21st CCLC and the grant guidelines.
  4. Attend scheduled meetings with Site Coordinator and Project Director to coordinate program design, evaluation process, and outreach efforts.
  5. Design academic curriculum of the 21st Century Program
    • Ensure academic activities are aligned with district curriculum standards.
    • Develop individualized academic plans for all students enrolled in the Program for tutoring with input from the Site Coordinator and Project Director.
    • Assess students’ needs and interests to design an effective academic Program.
    • Evaluate student progress and Program effectiveness.
    • Be prepared to teach each day with lesson plans, activities, and resources. If you will be absent, make sure you communicate your plans to your sub.
    • Respect the classroom by maintaining order and not allowing students to touch any items in the classroom that belong to the classroom teacher.
    • Welcome and supervise the work of leaders/volunteers assigned to your classroom.
    • Provide direction and encouragement to leaders/volunteers.
  6. Other duties and responsibilities as directed by supervisor.

To read the full job description, please download the full job description document below.

If interested in this position, please read and fill out the job description document and employment application. Next, email jobs@cohfs.org with the subject line "21st Century Academic Tutor" and attach both files along with your most recent resume.