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Organization Position
New Jersey Citizen Action Bookkeeper - Part-time, Temporary
DAWN Center for Independent Living DDD Support Coordinatorr
Hyacinth AIDS Foundation Hyacinth AIDS Foundation
Opportunity Youth Network and YouthBuild Newark Finance and Accounting Manager
Trenton YMCA Member Service Coordinator
New Jersey Citizen Action Grant Writer
New Jersey Citizen Action Loan Counselor
PRAB Family Services Manager
PRAB Director, Youth and Family Services
PRAB High School Manager
PRAB Middle School Manager
PRAB Elementary School Manager
Trenton YMCA Development Director
Trenton YMCA Food Access Coordinator
Trenton YMCA Youth Development Director
Safe+Sound Somerset Executive Director
Anchor House, Inc. Case Manager
Boys & Girls Clubs in New Jersey Program Associate/Breathe Easier with Asthma Management Program
Wynona's House Senior Nonprofit Accountant & Bookkeeper
Foster and Adoptive Family Services Family Advocate
Support Center Program Associate
Support Center Operations Associate
The Rescue Mission of Trenton Director of Vocational Development
FulFill Database Specialist
Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey Chief Executive Officer
Spectrum360 Director of Development
Make-A-Wish New Jersey Program Services Assistant
Project Self-Sufficiency Multiple Openings
Womanspace Bilingual Counselor Advocate
Make-A-Wish New Jersey Director of Volunteer Programs
Make-A-Wish New Jersey Director of Medical Outreach
Rescue Mission of Trenton Behavioral Health Intake Associate
Rescue Mission of Trenton Vocational Development Instructor
Rescue Mission of Trenton Substance Abuse Counselor
Saint Paul's Outreach New Jersey Development Director
Raritan Valley Community College Director of Foundation
Hyacinth AIDS Foundation Mpowerment/Drop-in Center Counselor
NORWESCAP Chief Executive Officer
NAMI New Jersey Executive Director Jersey
Trenton Health Team Director of Community Programs
New Jersey Citizen Action Tax Preparers - multiple positions, temporary
Two River Theater Multimedia Manager
Southwest Council Fiscal Program Assistant
Southwest Council Recovery Coach - Part-time
Southwest Council Patient Navigator - Part-time


 

New Jersey Citizen Action: Bookkeeper - Part-time, Temporary

Posted: October 20, 2017
Location: Newark, NJ

Summary: New Jersey Citizen Action, a non-profit, statewide grassroots organization fighting for social and economic justice, is currently looking to hire a temporary part time Bookkeeper to work in our Highland Park office.  Working under the direction of the Director of Empowerment Programs and Finance, applicant must be a self-starter, organized, dedicated and flexible individual.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelors Degree in Accounting or equivalent work experience (4+ years).
  • General knowledge of accounting and finance principles and practices
  • Knowledge of financial reporting
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a team environment
  • Knowledge of accounting software systems, excel and word processing programs
  • Excellent communication/administrative skills
  • Bilingual a plus

View complete job description.   

NJCA is an equal opportunity employer. Persons of color, women & people with disabilities encouraged to apply!

To ApplyView complete job description and send resume and cover letter to theresa@njcitizenaction.org



 

DAWN Center for Independent Living: DDD Support Coordinator

Posted: October 19, 2017
Location: Denville, NJ

Summary: The DDD Support Coordinator provides case management and support coordination services to adults, age 21 and over, with developmental disabilities. The Support Coordinator works closely with the consumer and his/her family to learn about their skills, talents and interests, and then link them to appropriate supports and services in the surrounding community. An individualized service plan is created for the consumer, and the plan is monitored and adjusted as needed. The Support Coordinator is also responsible for assisting the consumer in managing the budget that is allocated to them by DDD for various services and supports.  

Essential Duties:

  • Provide support coordination and case management to individuals who are eligible for DDD services and live in Morris, Warren or Sussex county
  • Help consumers and their families create individualized service plans by determining appropriate services and identifying qualified providers in their area
  • Collaborate with various community partners to ensure familiarity and in-depth understanding of service options
  • Conduct home visits on a regular basis
  • Ensure compliance with DDD policy and procedures, and adherence to established deadlines and benchmarks
  • Maintain detailed and accurate service records of all consumer contacts, as per contractual obligations
  • Serve as a liaison for consumers and their families and various statewide entities including, but not limited to: DDD, DHS, Easter Seals or other designated fiscal intermediary, and the Unusual Incident Reporting Unit
  • Link consumers and families to other services provided by DAWN, when appropriate
  • Collaborate with agency staff in other program areas to ensure seamless support for consumers receiving other services in addition to DDD Support Coordination
  • Complete all DDD required webinars and trainings
  • Attend all internal staff meetings, trainings, and in-services as required
  • Participate in agency wide outreach efforts and special events  

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in a social services field (social work, psychology, etc.) required
  • At least 1 year of documented professional work experience
  • Previous experience working with individuals with disabilities strongly preferred
To Apply: Please send resume and cover letter to jobsdawn@dawncil.org.


 

Hyacinth AIDS Foundation: Development Associate

Posted: October 18, 2017
Location: New Brunswick, NJ

Summary: The Development Associate for the Hyacinth AIDS Foundation reports to the Senior Director of Development.

Responsibilities:

  • Maintain integrity of Development database including input/output of:
    • Gifts/donations
    • Donor information
    • Reports
    • Donor acknowledgement letters
    • Serve as primary contact with database vendor and other database vendors/consultants.
  • Under the direction of the Sr. Dir. of Development, manage the planning and production of Special Events, including the Annual Gala & Silent Auction and the New York AIDS Walk.  May also become involved with Theater and/or other fundraising events and Annual Fund solicitations.  Responsibilities include:
    • Mailings
    • Phone calls
    • Solicitations (Auction Items/In-Kind goods and services)
    • Reports
    • Volunteer coordination and communication
    • Event logistics and planning
  • Produce Publications and other Development Materials
    • Gala Ad Journal
    • Newsletters and E-Newsletters via Constant Contact
    • Pledge Cards/Name Badges/Guest Lists/Etc.
  • Process, explain and produce financial documents as necessary:
    • Check Log
    • Receivables
    • Income/expense reports
    • Purchase orders
    • Invoices
  • Supervise program volunteers and student interns
  • Assist the management of all social media platforms and e-newsletters
  • Responsible for Development team related supply orders
  • Provide general administrative back-up when needed
  • Assist in the stewardship of donors at all levels  

Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience. Development office/ Fundraising Database experience preferred (Razor’s Edge a +). Excellent communication and math skills required. Strong with all social media channels and crowd funding efforts. Must have event planning experience.

To Apply: For more information, a job description, or to inquire about a position, please contact  resumes@hyacinth.org.  
   


 

Opportunity Youth Network and YouthBuild Newark: Finance and Accounting Manager

Posted: October 16, 2017
Location: Newark, NJ

Summary: The Finance and Accounting Manager will support The Newark Opportunity Youth Network (OYN) and YouthBuild Newark (YBN) as they design, develop, and manage academic programs for the city of Newark.  For fourteen years, YBN has provided academic enrichment, workforce training in demand sectors, socio-emotional supports, and leadership training to Opportunity Youth. Our deep experience in this work has led to the evolution of our strategy that now includes the recently launched Newark Opportunity Youth Network (OYN) whose mission is threefold: 1) to establish exceptional, world-class public schools and education programs for opportunity youth that harness their intelligence and positive energy; 2) to prove young people can achieve positive post-secondary outcomes despite overwhelming odds; and 3) advocate to change public policies that inhibit their success. To this end, the Finance and Accounting Manager will work closely with the Newark OYN and the schools and programs within the network.  Assists in analyzing budget requests and in preparing recommendations thereon. Provides finance and accounting support to program services and administrative departments within the network.  Performs a variety of accounting and administrative duties that require a good knowledge of accounting, Fund EZ systems and the ability to work collaboratively with program and school staff. At all times, displays a high level of effort and commitment to performing work; operates effectively within the organizational structure; demonstrates trustworthiness and responsible behavior.  

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. In conjunction with Executive Director of Finance, shall be responsible for managing the development, forecasting and analysis of budgeted line items and commitments for the agency. Assists in the development of the annual salary/expense working budget.
  2. Checks accuracy and adequacy of budget justification data submitted in support of budget estimates or requests for allotments by comparison with source documents such as project reports, payroll records, supply inventory records, etc.
  3. Maintain the Fixed Asset and associated depreciation schedules; prepare General Journal entries as needed; insure proper recording of new purchases and disposals.
  4. Process Accounts Payable according to funder.
  5. Process bank deposits according to funder.
  6. Manage petty cash account.
  7. Maintain files as needed within the department.
  8. Assist with payroll-related items.
  9. Assist in preparing funder contract billings and any other ad hoc funder reports.
  10. Participate in month-end close process
  11. Track and maintain company insurance policies.
  12. Facilitate annual external and funder audits.
  13. Manages all grant activity in conjunction with contract agreements/ budgets.
  14. Perform such other accounting, financial, or administrative tasks as may be required from time to time  

Minimum Qualifications:

  1.  Bachelor's degree in accounting, or a Bachelor's degree in business with emphasis in accounting, is required. Master’s Degree Preferred.
  2. Experience in the nonprofit sector
  3. Proficiency in MS Office (i.e., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
  4. Ability to work independently with initiative and judgment
  5. Experience with government contract administration
  6. Ability to work with a diverse, multi-cultural staff and participants
  7. Excellent oral and written communication
  8. Excellent organization skills
  9. A minimum of 3 years experience in accounting is required  

Preferred Qualifications:

  1. Experience managing budgets of $1million or more
  2. Experience managing other fiscal personnel  
To Apply: Please email the following items in pdf form to HumanResources@oyn-nj.org.  Subject line should  cite, “Finance and Accounting Manager Position:”
  ·  Cover  letter
  ·  Resume
  ·  References (three)
  ·  Salary History


 

Trenton YMCA: Member Services Coordinator

Posted: October 12, 2017
Location: Trenton, NJ

Summary: Under the direction and supervision of the Trenton YMCA’s Chief Operating Officer (and in accordance with the by-laws, mission and established policies of the Association), the Member Service Coordinator shall be responsible for all day to day functioning of the welcome desk(s) as well as giving leadership to all activities of the welcome desk(s).  This person will give leadership to the Welcome Desk staff to ensure consistent, superior service procedures to maximize member enrollment and program participation. This position also develops and keeps up to date all internal communication that is related to service desk operations. The Membership Service Coordinator is also responsible and accountable for membership and program input, statistics, record keeping, and reports and cash handling.  The Membership Service Coordinator, working as part of the Member Service Team, will deliver professional customer service and relationship building skills to create a welcoming environment at the YMCA.  The incumbent will also exhibit the core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility in all aspects of their work with the YMCA.  The Trenton YMCA offers medical, dental, and vision benefits. Retirement plan eligible after two years of employment working at least 1,000 hours per year.

Hourly: $15.00 - $18.00

View complete job description.   

To ApplyView complete job description and apply by email to arichardson@trentonymca.org. Submissions accepted until November 3, 2017.



 

New Jersey Citizen Action: Grant Writer

Posted: October 12, 2017
Location: Newark, NJ

Summary: New Jersey Citizen Action, a statewide grassroots organization that fights for social, racial and economic justice for all, is hiring a full-time Grant Writer to help meet organizational fundraising goals. Working under the direction of the Development Director, the Grant Writer will be responsible for funder prospecting, preparing Letters of Inquiry, writing grant applications and fundraising appeals, and helping to manage and prepare reports to current funders. As a part of NJCA’s Development Department, the Grant Writer will also work with the Executive Director, Director of Development, Senior Management, and other staff as appropriate to meet the organization’s individual donor fundraising goals. The Grant Writer will work primarily out of our Newark office.

Salary: $40,000 - $45,000 with comprehensive health care, dental, vacation, and other benefits.

View complete job description.   

To ApplyView complete job description and send cover letter, resume, and writing sample to Leila Amirhamzeh, Director of Development at leila@njcitizenaction.org



 

New Jersey Citizen Action: Loan Counselor

Posted: October 12, 2017
Location: Newark, NJ

Summary: Under the direction of New Jersey Citizen Action’s Director of Loan Counseling and Loss Mitigation, the Loan Counselor provides foreclosure prevention counseling, pre-purchase counseling, and one-on-one counseling for credit repair, budgeting and mortgage prequalification to first-time homebuyers. The Loan Counselor participates in foreclosure prevention workshops, first-time homebuyer seminars, and other workshops as needed. Maintains accurate records and complies with all reporting procedures. Acts as a liaison between clients and bank representatives. This full-time position will work out of our Newark office and will cover satellite offices as assigned.

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To ApplyView complete job description and send resume and cover letter to Bonita E. Holmes at bonita@njcitizenaction.org



 

PRAB: Family Service Manager

Posted: October 12, 2017
Location: New Brunswick, NJ

Summary: The Puerto Rican Action Board (PRAB) is a comprehensive human services organization based in Middlesex County, New Jersey. We are the primary institution that provides diverse bilingual/multicultural services to the entire Central New Jersey community. Each year, we serve approximately 30,000 people in the region. Our mission is to equip diverse individuals and families in Central New Jersey to achieve personal, family, and community development. Through our innovative early childhood, youth, family, and community programs, individuals and families access the tools and resources they need to grow into productive, self-sufficient people.

The Family Services Manager is an energetic, organized, and flexible manager with deep commitment to PRAB's vision and mission, combined with empathy for its clients and staff, dedication to high-quality service delivery, and a strong track record of getting exceptional results. S/he is a ranking member of the Family Services team, providing day-to-day leadership and cooperation to the Parents as Teachers Program, the Harmony Family Success Center and the Family Leadership Academy. S/he is a member of PRAB’s general management team, ensuring that the agency’s family services program plans are set according to long-term organizational strategy and external regulations, and activities are coordinated, integrated, data-driven, and well-executed with attention to detail.

The Family Services Manager is a proven planner, producer, and problem solver, with experience coordinating family related services, preferably within the social services, child-welfare and/or non-profit sectors. S/he is confident and decisive, thrives in a fast-paced, complex, dynamic environment, and promotes entrepreneurism, creativity, and respect and compassion for staff members and the diverse populations PRAB serves. S/he guides varied family services staff and volunteers, possessing the sensitivity to understand and facilitate their differing roles. S/he has the courage of conviction with the ability to serve as a passionate spokesperson and bridge builder. S/he makes tough calls and draws boundaries when necessary, but also seeks guidance and support in regard to opportunities and challenges. S/he also possesses a sense of humor and maturity that helps to maintain perspective and a sense of balance.

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To ApplyView complete job description and apply online.



 

PRAB: Director, Youth and Family Services

Posted: October 12, 2017
Location: New Brunswick, NJ

Summary: The Puerto Rican Action Board (PRAB) is a comprehensive human services organization based in Middlesex County, New Jersey. We are the primary institution that provides diverse bilingual/multicultural services to the entire Central New Jersey community. Each year, we serve approximately 30,000 people in the region. Our mission is to equip diverse individuals and families in Central New Jersey to achieve personal, family, and community development. Through our innovative early childhood, youth, family, and community programs, individuals and families access the tools and resources they need to grow into productive, self-sufficient people.

The Director of Youth and Family Services (YFS) is an inspirational, energetic, seasoned, organized, and flexible senior level administrator with deep commitment to PRAB's vision and mission, combined with empathy for its clients and staff, dedication to high-quality service delivery, and a strong track record of getting exceptional results. S/he is the highest ranking member of the YFS team, providing leadership, direction, and management of all YFS programs. S/he is a member of PRAB’s senior management team, ensuring that the organization’s YFS program plans are set according to long-term organizational strategy and external regulations, and activities are coordinated, integrated, data-driven, and well-executed with attention to detail.

The Director of YFS is a strategic thinker with significant experience operating a wide range of YFS programs at an interdisciplinary, multi-site organization with many moving parts, preferably within the social service, academic and/or non-profit sectors. S/he is a proven planner, problem solver, manager, developer, and partner. S/he is confident and decisive, thrives in a fast-paced, complex, dynamic environment, and promotes entrepreneurism, creativity, and respect and compassion for staff members and the diverse populations PRAB serves. S/he partners with and manages a varied YFS staff, possessing the sensitivity to understand and facilitate their differing roles. S/he has the courage of conviction with the ability to serve as a passionate spokesperson and bridge builder. S/he makes tough calls and draws boundaries when necessary, but also seeks guidance and support in regard to opportunities and challenges. S/he also possesses a sense of humor and maturity that helps to maintain perspective and a sense of balance.

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To ApplyView complete job description and apply online.



 

PRAB: High School Manager

Posted: October 12, 2017
Location: New Brunswick, NJ

Summary: The Puerto Rican Action Board (PRAB) is a comprehensive human services organization based in Middlesex County, New Jersey. We are the primary institution that provides diverse bilingual/multicultural services to the entire Central New Jersey community. Each year, we serve approximately 30,000 people in the region. Our mission is to equip diverse individuals and families in Central New Jersey to achieve personal, family, and community development. Through our innovative early childhood, youth, family, and community programs, individuals and families access the tools and resources they need to grow into productive, self-sufficient people.

The Manager for the New Brunswick High School Based Youth Services Program (SBYSP) is an energetic, organized, and flexible manager with deep commitment to PRAB's vision and mission, combined with empathy for its clients and staff, dedication to high-quality service delivery, and a strong track record of getting exceptional results. S/he is a ranking member of the school-based youth services team, providing day-to-day leadership and cooperation in the High School. S/he is a member of PRAB’s general management team, ensuring that the agency’s youth services program plans are set according to long-term organizational strategy and external regulations, and activities are coordinated, integrated, data-driven, and well-executed with attention to detail.

The Manager for the New Brunswick High School Based Youth Services is a proven planner, producer, and problem solver, with experience coordinating youth services, preferably within the non-profit sector. S/he is confident and decisive, thrives in a fast-paced, complex, dynamic environment, and promotes entrepreneurism, creativity, and respect and compassion for staff members and the diverse populations PRAB serves. S/he guides varied youth services staff and volunteers, possessing the sensitivity to understand and facilitate their differing roles. S/he has the courage of conviction with the ability to serve as a passionate spokesperson and bridge builder. S/he makes tough calls and draws boundaries when necessary, but also seeks guidance and support in regard to opportunities and challenges. S/he also possesses a sense of humor and maturity that helps to maintain perspective and a sense of balance.

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To ApplyView complete job description and apply online.




 

PRAB: Middle School Manager

Posted: October 12, 2017
Location: New Brunswick, NJ

Summary: The Puerto Rican Action Board (PRAB) is a comprehensive human services organization based in Middlesex County, New Jersey. We are the primary institution that provides diverse bilingual/multicultural services to the entire Central New Jersey community. Each year, we serve approximately 30,000 people in the region. Our mission is to equip diverse individuals and families in Central New Jersey to achieve personal, family, and community development. Through our innovative early childhood, youth, family, and community programs, individuals and families access the tools and resources they need to grow into productive, self-sufficient people.

The Manager for the New Brunswick Middle School-School Based Youth Services Program (SBYSP) is an energetic, organized, and flexible manager with deep commitment to PRAB's vision and mission, combined with empathy for its clients and staff, dedication to high-quality service delivery, and a strong track record of getting exceptional results. S/he is a ranking member of the school-based youth services team, providing day-to-day leadership and cooperation in the Middle School. S/he is a member of PRAB’s general management team, ensuring that the agency’s youth services program plans are set according to long-term organizational strategy and external regulations, and activities are coordinated, integrated, data-driven, and well-executed with attention to detail.

The Manager for the New Brunswick Middle School (SBYS) services is a proven planner, producer, and problem solver, with experience coordinating youth services, preferably within the non-profit sector. S/he is confident and decisive, thrives in a fast-paced, complex, dynamic environment, and promotes entrepreneur-ism, creativity, and respect and compassion for staff members and the diverse populations PRAB serves. S/he guides varied youth services staff and volunteers, possessing the sensitivity to understand and facilitate their differing roles. S/he has the courage of conviction with the ability to serve as a passionate spokesperson and bridge builder. S/he makes tough calls and draws boundaries when necessary, but also seeks guidance and support in regard to opportunities and challenges. S/he also possesses a sense of humor and maturity that helps to maintain perspective and a sense of balance.

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To ApplyView complete job description and apply online.




 

PRAB: Elementary School Coordinator

Posted: October 12, 2017
Location: New Brunswick, NJ

Summary: The Puerto Rican Action Board (PRAB) is a comprehensive human services organization based in Middlesex County, New Jersey. We are the primary institution that provides diverse bilingual/multicultural services to the entire Central New Jersey community. Each year, we serve approximately 30,000 people in the region. Our mission is to equip diverse individuals and families in Central New Jersey to achieve personal, family, and community development. Through our innovative early childhood, youth, family, and community programs, individuals and families access the tools and resources they need to grow into productive, self-sufficient people.

The Manager for the Elementary Schools-Scholl Based Youth Services Program (SBYSP) is an energetic, organized, and flexible manager with deep commitment to PRAB's vision and mission, combined with empathy for its clients and staff, dedication to high-quality service delivery, and a strong track record of getting exceptional results. S/he is a ranking member of the school-based youth services team, providing day-to-day leadership and cooperation in the four elementary schools. S/he is a member of PRAB’s general management team, ensuring that the agency’s youth services program plans are set according to long-term organizational strategy and external regulations, and activities are coordinated, integrated, data-driven, and well-executed with attention to detail.

The Manager for the Elementary Schools (SBYS) services is a proven planner, producer, and problem solver, with experience coordinating youth services, preferably within the non-profit sector. S/he is confident and decisive, thrives in a fast-paced, complex, dynamic environment, and promotes entrepreneurism, creativity, and respect and compassion for staff members and the diverse populations PRAB serves. S/he guides varied youth services staff and volunteers, possessing the sensitivity to understand and facilitate their differing roles. S/he has the courage of conviction with the ability to serve as a passionate spokesperson and bridge builder. S/he makes tough calls and draws boundaries when necessary, but also seeks guidance and support in regard to opportunities and challenges. S/he also possesses a sense of humor and maturity that helps to maintain perspective and a sense of balance.

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To ApplyView complete job description and apply online.



 

Trenton YMCA: Development Director

Posted: October 12, 2017
Location: Trenton, NJ

Summary: The Development Director serves as a member of the Trenton YMCA’s senior leadership team, providing strategic leadership in financial development to advance the YMCA’s mission through annual giving, targeted fund raising, foundation grants, endowment bequests and gifts and capital campaigns. Working in a team environment, the Development Director will provide staff leadership for the implementation of the Y’s Fund Development Plan and work to accomplish the goals therein. Responsible for prospect research, cultivation, implement, securing gifts and thank you plans for the annual and capital campaigns and all events associated with the campaigns. Assists the Fund Development Committee and CEO in developing an actively engaged fundraising volunteer Board of Trustees, and in positioning the YMCA as a “charity of choice” for the investment of donations within the local community. Develops and implements effective marketing and communication strategies with a focus on donor recruitment, retention, and relationship building. Assists the CEO, the Board Chair and assigned executive staff by providing high-level administrative support involving the use of discretion and independent judgment. The Trenton YMCA offers medical, dental, and vision benefits. Retirement plan eligible after two years of employment working at least 1,000 hours per year.

Salary: $55,000 - $65,000

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To ApplyView complete job description and apply by email to arichardson@trentonymca.org. Submissions accepted until November 10, 2017.



 

Trenton YMCA: Food Access Coordinator

Posted: October 12, 2017
Location: Trenton, NJ

Summary:  The Food Access Coorinator serves under the limited direction and guidance of the Trenton YMCA’s COO and Director of Community Initiatives and consistent with the mission of the YMCA and the policies and guidelines of the Trenton YMCA, the Food Access Coordinator will provide over site of the meals and snack programs. Direct oversight of the CACFP and SFSP includes food purchases, contracts, grant applications and compliance, reimbursements, and community outreach while seeking additional grant funding opportunities related to outreach. The Food Access Coordinator will also serve as the Market Manager for The Greenwood Ave. Farmers Market. Market Manager responsibilities include completing administrative tasks during the week, coordinating partners and managing operations on site at the market every Monday (June through October).  The Trenton YMCA offers medical, dental, and vision benefits. Retirement plan eligible after two years of employment working at least 1,000 hours per year.

Salary: $40,000 - $47,000

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To ApplyView complete job description and apply online or by email to arichardson@trentonymca.org. Submissions accepted until November 3, 2017.




 

Trenton YMCA: Youth Development Director

Posted: October 12, 2017
Location: Trenton, NJ

Summary: As a valued member of the Trenton YMCA's senior leadership team, the Youth Development Director supports the work of the Trenton YMCA, a leading nonprofit committed to strengthening community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. The candidate will develop, organize and implement high quality YMCA programs in the areas of Before and After School, Day Camp and Sports. The Trenton YMCA offers medical, dental, and vision benefits.  Retirement plan eligible after two years of employment working at least 1,000 hours per year.

Salary: $40,000 - $47,000

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To ApplyView complete job description and apply online or by email to arichardson@trentonymca.org. Submissions accepted until November 3, 2017.




 

Safe+Sound Somerset.: Executive Director

Posted: October 10, 2017
Location: Hillsborough, NJ

Summary: The Board of Trustees of Safe & Sound Somerset is seeking an Executive Director who will be responsible for overall management and operation of the organization. Our mission is to empower survivors of domestic abuse and engage the community to break the cycle of violence. Primary responsibilities include: supervision of senior management staff, developing fundraising and financial strategies including development of the annual budget and overall financial oversight, providing leadership to staff and overseeing human resources and personnel, and cultivating and maintaining relationships with community and funders.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree, with ten plus years’ experience in non-profit management, preferably as an Executive Director, and/or finance/business administration; Ideal candidate will also have domestic violence specialist certification or willingness to complete a Domestic Violence education program.

To view a complete job description, go to our website: www.safe-sound.org/contact/.

To Apply: Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume and references via email by November 1, 2017 to Trudy Doyle, President, Board of Trustees, at  safesoundsomerset@gmail.com.





 

Anchor House, Inc.: Case Manager

Posted: October 10, 2017
Location: Trenton, NJ

Summary: Anchor House, Inc., has an immediate Full Time opening for a Case Manager to work directly with youth and young adults, ages 12-25. Will provide case management, crisis intervention, supervision and counseling services. MUST HAVE: 2 years of experience working with youth/young adults, a BS in Social Work or related field, a valid driver’s license and the ability to pass a background check. Bilingual is preferred.

To Apply: Send resumes to jneiderman@anchorhousenj.org



 

Boys & Girls Clubs in New Jersey: Program Associate/Breathe Easier with Asthma Management Program  

Posted: October 4, 2017
Location: Clifton, NJ

Summary: This position has responsibility of supporting the Operations Director in the day-to day management, coordination and implementation of the Breathe Easier with Asthma Management (BEAM) program, an initiative of The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey in collaboration with the Boys & Girls Clubs in New Jersey (BGCNJ), including supporting training, program oversight, technical assistance, reporting and communications. The position will work with the Operations Director to further develop the program by enhancing program components and assisting in the recruitment of new program partners.

Qualifications Education/Experience:

  1.  Requires a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, preferably in Education, Social Work or a related field.
  2. Requires a minimum of two-three years of professional experience, preferably in the nonprofit field.
  3. An understanding of the youth development field preferred  

Skills: Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills and decision-making; ability to comfortably work with all levels of staff both internally and externally; strong organizational skills as well as the ability to manage multiple priorities and deadlines; excellent computer knowledge and applicable software; strong experience using social media; an ability to think analytically, manage change, work as a team; and possesses a demonstrated understanding of working with staff and youth.

Environmental and Working Conditions: Primary office located in Clifton, New Jersey with the ability to work remotely. Statewide travel (reimbursed) will be necessary including occasional evenings, depending upon scheduling needs. The individual selected for this position must possess and maintain a valid driver's license, a reliable method of daily transportation, and be able to navigate areas of the state by using a map or other direction methods to urban or remote locations.

Physical and Mental Requirements: High energy level, comfortable performing multi-faceted projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities. Superior interpersonal abilities. Ability to get along with diverse personalities, at all times displaying tact, maturity, and flexibility. Strong reasoning abilities and sound judgment. Physical requirements include sight, hearing, sitting for four plus hours per day. Skills essential for successful communications include speaking and writing.

Responsibilities: The Breathe Easier with Asthma Management (BEAM) program's primary goal is to raise awareness about asthma and educate Boys & Girls Club members and their parents or caregivers about asthma and how best to manage it. Youth identified as having or being at risk of having asthma will be referred to a doctor for screening.

  1.  Provide support to Operations Director in day-to-day management of program to ensure goals and objectives are met.
  2. Coordinate meeting space, trainers and enrollment for the BEAM trainings to youth development staff including initial trainings, webinars, site visits and regular conference calls with local Club youth development staff.
  3. Maintain BEAM manual and other required program documents for program staff.
  4. Assist Operations Director in providing ongoing support and technical assistance to local youth development staff including monthly phone conversations, site visits with each participating Club site, and review of quarterly reporting.
  5. Participate in weekly meetings with Operations Director.
  6. Participate in and record minutes of bi-monthly conference calls with The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey staff for planning purposes.
  7. Work with local Clubs to review evaluation data and remedy any challenges in collecting survey data.
  8. Support the planning and implementation of internal launch event as well as external media events to broaden awareness of the program and the issue.
  9. Assist in generating program communication in particular social media content to bring awareness to the issue of asthma and the BEAM program.
  10. Review data to evaluate and monitor Club performance in meeting objectives and requirements to ensure successful delivery of program.
  11. Identify required program materials to be purchased and distribute to Club sites.
  12. Assist in recruiting new program partners.
To Apply: Please email cover letter and resume with "Program Associate-BEAM" in subject line to hr@bgcnj.org.





 

Wynona’s House Child Advocacy Center: Senior Nonprofit Accountant & Bookkeeper

Posted: October 4, 2017
Location: Newark, NJ

Summary: Wynona's House seeks an experienced, hands-on Senior Nonprofit Accountant & Bookkeeper to work together with the Executive Team on all bookkeeping, finance, budget preparation and management, accounting, and reporting activities. The Senior Nonprofit Accountant & Bookkeeper will conduct all day-to-day bookkeeping, and ensure accounting and reporting systems and procedures are in place to support effective program design, implementation and evaluation, provide strong internal controls and provide accurate reports for management, the Board, funders and auditors. Requirements include a BS in Accounting, minimum of 5 years’ nonprofit bookkeeping and accounting experience (CPA/MBA with nonprofit experience preferred), strong, demonstrated grant allocation and fund accounting ability, strong IT skills, highly effective communication and people skills, and a proactive, meticulous approach.

To Apply: Please send a resume and thoughtful cover letter to Robert Crocker, COO, rcrocker@wynonashouse.org.






 

Foster and Adoptive Family Services: Family Advocate

Posted: October 4, 2017
Location: Monmouth Junction, NJ

Summary: Foster and Adoptive Family Services's Family Advocate is primarily responsible for providing support and advocacy services for prospective and licensed resource families. This individual is responsible for researching and applying knowledge of the Division of Child Protection & Permanency (DCP&P) standards, policies and procedures to mediate and help resolve issues between resource families and the Division. This may include explaining information to resource families, arranging and attending meetings with DCP&P staff, and preparing correspondence.

This individual is expected to conduct outreach to develop and enhance connections with resource families and promote FAFS services.  He or she must have the ability to build and maintain rapport with families, DCP&P staff and other service providers.

This job requires the staff person to work some evenings and weekends.  The above listed job duties are a brief description for this position. The Family Advocate may be required to perform other tasks that are deemed necessary by the Support Services Manager and/or Director of Support Services.

Qualifications (required)

  •  Bachelor’s degree and some experience preferred
  • Highly organized and detailed-oriented
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Be able to primarily work independently or in groups if need be with minimal supervision
  • Has a proven ability to work with and meet tight deadlines
  • Has the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
  • Demonstrated ability to research information, programs and services
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office with an emphasis on Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel, Word, and Access
  • Must have a valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation  

Qualifications (desired)

  • Knowledge of DCP&P policies and procedures
  • Knowledge of statewide programs and services
  • Knowledge of social media
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) a plus

Hourly Salary Range:  $21.00-$23.00

Benefits: Competitive package provided

To Apply: Go to www.fafsonline.org/career/ and submit your application no later than November 4, 2017. Expected start date will be in December 2017.




 

Support Center: Program Associate

Posted: October 3, 2017
Location: New York, NY (with some activities in Newark, NJ)

Summary: The Support Center for Nonprofit Management is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization created as part of an international network of management support organizations (Support Centers of America) originally established in 1971.  We have been a trusted partner to nonprofits in the greater tri-state area (NJ/NY/CT) for more than 25 years in the region and are proud to partner with over 100 nonprofits each year on workshops, trainings, consultancies and executive search and transition engagements.  

 Based in New York, NY (and at times in our Newark, NJ office)., the Program Associate for Professional Development and Learning will report to the Associate Director of Learning and Strategic Partnerships and work with a dynamic team of 7 other core staff plus 25+ affiliate consultants and facilitators. The position is full-time. The position includes full health insurance, four weeks of paid leave, and retirement benefits. Salary is $40,000-$45,000 per annum depending on salary history and experience.

The Support Center seeks a full-time Program Associate to work across our growing portfolio of workshops, trainings and special events focused on strengthening the leadership and management of regional nonprofits and social enterprises. As part of the Program Team, duties will include:

  • Provide event planning and logistical support for 80-100 workshops and special events annually across NY, NJ, and CT including facilitator coordination;
  • Lead administration of our workshop and training program addressing registration, enrollment and certificate program
  • Draft workshop and event descriptions inclusive of overviews, learning objectives, and intended outcomes.
  • Support ongoing evaluation of Support Center workshops and evaluations including administration and evaluation of follow-up surveys
  • Coordinate project-specific events and meetings such as roundtables and launch events and initiatives such as Ahead of the Curve Symposium, A Better World, and others. Coordinate with Support Center’s staff and consultants to ensure projects are implemented as planned.
  • Support proposal development and, with other program staff, explore new opportunities to expand the Support Center’s programs.
  • Represent the Support Center at key U.S. events
  • Support staff to draft project proposals and reports for funders, as required

Required Qualifications and Skills:

  •  Undergraduate degree in a relevant field such as nonprofit administration, business, social work preferred
  • Excellent English writing, speaking, and presentation skills
  • Ability to handle multiple deadlines and adapt to a fast-paced and changing environment
  • Excellent people skills (e.g. did you ever work in retail or food service) and ability to relate to a diverse team
  • Personal characteristics: Value a team-oriented environment, hard worker and multi-tasker, quick learner, strong attention to detail, flexible, honest and reliable, and in possession of a sense of humor.
  • Experience with Salesforce is a plus
To Apply: Please send the following documents no later than October 15, 2017 to jobs@supportcenteronline.org: resume, cover letter and writing sample. Please write “Program Associate for Programs ” as the subject heading.




 

Support Center: Operations Associate

Posted: October 3, 2017
Location: New York, NY (with some activities in Newark, NJ)

Summary: The Support Center for Nonprofit Management is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization created as part of an international network of management support organizations (Support Centers of America) originally established in 1971.  We have been a trusted partner to nonprofits in the greater tri-state area (NJ/NY/CT) for more than 25 years in the region and are proud to partner with over 100 nonprofits each year on workshops, trainings, consultancies and executive search and transition engagements.  

 Based in New York, NY (and at times in our Newark, NJ office), the Operations Associate will report to the Associate Executive Director and work with a dynamic team of seven other core staff plus 25+ affiliate consultants and facilitators. The position is full time and an exciting opportunity to learn more about nonprofit operations, data and technology.  The position includes full health insurance, paid leave, and retirement benefits. Salary is $40,000-$45,000 per annum depending on salary history and experience.

The Support Center seeks a full-time Operations Associate with a strong interest in technology and data analysis to assist with contracting, data management and reporting across our growing portfolio of government contracts, consulting, and executive transition work. As part of the operations team, duties will include:  

  • Ensuring that all data on program activities and outcomes is entered by relevant staff completely and correctly using the Salesforce platform. This will include weekly, monthly, and quarterly data analysis and review;
  • Perform quantitative and qualitative analyses on programs and report results to senior management;
  • Keeping current on current trends in Salesforce database design, programming and reporting that may be relevant to the Support Center’s needs and train staff on best practices;
  • Research local and national capacity building  trends related to outcomes, target populations and opportunities for program growth and development, as well as the outcomes of peer programs and organizations;
  • In coordination with peers across similar organizations, assess current data structures and recommend improvements based on the needs of the organization and the program. Implement those changes and work with other staff as appropriate;
  • Maintain regular communication with government and foundation program officers and coordinate appropriate submissions (e.g. invoices, program reports, evaluations);
  • Support Associate Executive Director by writing proposals and agreements as needed
  • Partner with Director of Finance and Operations and Associate Executive Director to oversee overall contract management and budget allocation; Other duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications and Skills:

  •  Undergraduate degree required.
  • Strong interest in technology, data and analysis including a willingness to take on the role of Salesforce expert within our organization;
  • Curiosity as to how other organizations manage similar data and desire to drive projects and reporting improvements forward;
  • Ability to handle multiple deadlines and adapt to a fast-paced and changing environment;
  • Excellent people skills (i.e., customer service) and ability to relate to a diverse team;
  • Personal characteristics: Value a team-oriented environment, hard worker and multi-tasker, quick learner, strong attention to detail, flexible, honest and reliable, and in possession of a sense of humor.
  • Prior experience with Salesforce and data management is a must.
To Apply: Please send the following documents no later than October 15, 2017 to jobs@supportcenteronline.org: resume, cover letter and writing sample. Please write “Operations Associate” as the subject heading.


 

The Rescue Mission of Trenton: Director of Vocational Development

Posted: October 3, 2017
Location: Trenton, NJ

Summary: The Director of Vocational Development develops and oversees innovative vocational programming designed to prepare clients to successfully navigate obtaining and maintaining employment. Success in this position will be measured by increasing the number of clients leaving the Mission with permanent, living wage employment, improving systems for clients to receive training and/or certifications in high growth employment areas, increasing the number of clients engaged in educational opportunities that will enhance their chances for long term employment and improved internal systems designed to develop the key competencies necessary for sustaining long term employment.

  • Ensures residential vocational services are meeting agency standards, government regulations, and funder’s expectations
  • Develop and implement written objective policies and procedures that are client centered and focused on improving client’s ability to obtain living wage employment
  • Ensures quality of client vocational programs through the regular review of activities and written notes ·         Participates in care management coordination
  • Prepares and assists in the preparation of new and renewal applications for grants, contracts, and budget development
  • Monitors department expenses
  • Supervises staff management of all vocational positions
  • Provides reports to the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer, including presentations to the Board of Directors
  •  Participates in the hiring process, orientation and ongoing training of employees
  • Provides support, coaching and discipline to staff.
  • Understands, researches, and analyzes community needs and trends
  • Develops relations with other providers and referral sources
  • Educates clients and/or community members about vocational development, particularly with our service population  

Qualifications: Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university in psychology, social work, education, human services administration or other field related to human services; minimum of five (5) years of experience in human services; minimum of two (2) years of supervisory experience.  

Hours: Monday – Friday (40hrs). May include some early evening hours.              

Other Requirements: Valid Driver’s License

Salary Range: $65,000 annually, plus a lucrative benefit package

To Apply:  Send resume to employment@rmtrenton.org.




 

Fulfill: Database Specialist

Posted: October 3, 2017
Location: Neptune, NJ

Summary: Fulfill (formerly The FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to alleviate hunger and build food security in Monmouth and Ocean Counties. The Fulfill team is dedicated to providing a comprehensive approach to ending hunger in our communities.  We are committed to embodying Fulfill’s values in all activities, and relationships are based on collaboration and respect.

For the position of the Raiser’s Edge Database Specialist, an organized and experienced individual is needed to optimize the full functionality of the Blackbaud cloud-based fundraising software. The Raiser’s Edge Database Specialist will be a member of the Development team and be responsible for maximizing the effectiveness of the donor database through data management, research, queries, analysis, strategy, prospecting, and reporting. This position requires an individual who is organized, detail-oriented, efficient, and accurate; with strong communication and interpersonal skills.  The ability to effectively collaborate with and support internal departments, board members and event committees are essential.  This position requires a self-starter who has high energy, takes initiative, and welcomes a challenge.

View complete job description.   

To Apply:  Send resume and cover letter (with salary requirements) to careers@fulfillnj.org. Only complete applications will be considered. Only resumes with attached cover letter that include salary requirements will be considered. All resumes should be sent to careers@fulfillnj.org, no later than September 26, 2017 by noon.



 

Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey: Chief Executive Officer  

Posted: October 3, 2017
Location: Montclair, NJ

Summary: Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey announces a search partnership with Evergreen Executive Source, LLC to identify candidates and advise on selection of a new CEO.  Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey is the preeminent organization serving the interests of girls in the region, seeking to bring out the greatness in every girl, empowering her to pursue her dreams, and make the world a better place.  The Council has current membership of 17,500 girls, 10,000 valued adult volunteers, and a staff of 59 full and part-time employees.  It has an annual operating budget of nearly $6.4 million, and operates service centers in Montclair, North Branch, and Westfield, along with three camp properties and one Scout House to provide year-round engagement opportunities for girls, families, adult members, and community partners.  GSHNJ writes:  “We aspire to deliver life-changing experiences as well as important life skills to all girls so that they may develop courage, confidence and character.  Girl Scouting is way more than just selling iconic cookies and camping.  With the help of our dedicated volunteers, we teach girls about leadership, entrepreneurship, financial literacy, environmental awareness, and the importance of community service.  Our girls collectively donate more than 300,000 community service hours each year, only making it more evident that what they do – and what we do – matters!”  

Responsible for stewardship of the Council’s human, material and fiscal assets, the CEO provides oversight for policies and practices that enhance the participation of members and leverage the roles of staff and volunteers to effectively engage girls, families, and volunteers in the Council’s large service area.  The CEO’s important outward-facing responsibilities are to expand the Council’s visibility and create opportunities for significant strategic partnerships and financial support by ensuring that investing in girls is a priority.  The CEO will build relationships with corporate, nonprofit, government and funding communities by representing the Council at strategic functions and influential speaking opportunities.

The ideal candidate will possess outstanding dedication to the nonprofit sector, with emphasis on youth-serving programs.  In addition, this individual’s strengths will include broad based business skills with a minimum of five years’ comparable executive-level experience including P&L, and eight or more years in leadership roles of progressive responsibility.  The new CEO will have demonstrated ability in fundraising and/or direct sales skills and experience, fiscal management of budgets in excess of $5-million and the ability to provide leadership skills in the management and development of paid staff and volunteer leaders.

View complete job description.   

To Apply: View additional details. Interested candidates should apply as soon as possible to meet the Council’s timetable for the selection of a new CEO. Applications will continue to be reviewed until this important position is filled.  For immediate consideration, please email your cover letter and resume along with salary history to Bob Perodeau, Principal Evergreen Executive Source, LLC, evergreen.source@att.net.




 

Spectrum360: Director of Development        

Posted: October 3, 2017
Location: West Orange, NJ

Summary: Spectrum360’s mission is to provide the highest quality educational and therapeutic programs for individuals with learning, language and social/emotional challenges to achieve their maximum potential as responsible adults in society; recognize and value the individuals’ unique abilities, learning styles and differences; and serve as a leader in promoting innovative educational programs.

The main role of the Director of Development (DOD) is to plan and implement all facets of fundraising efforts for Spectrum360.  A multi-purpose fundraising position, the DOD works closely with the Executive Director and Board of Directors to oversee and manage all aspects of Spectrum360’s Development program. The DOD must be able to think strategically and practically to implement a comprehensive and results-oriented development plan that includes traditional and innovative strategies. Key components of this plan should include goals, strategies, and timetables, major and capital gifts, the endowment campaign, planned giving, special events and tactics to build key relationships with families, the community, corporate and foundation leaders.

View complete job description.   

To Apply: Learn more about Spectrum360 at www.spectrum360.org and send your cover letter, resume, salary requirement and 2 writing samples to dberry@spectrum360.org.



 

Make-A-Wish New Jersey: Program Services Assistant        

Posted: September 29, 2017
Location: Monroe Township, NJ

Summary: Make-A-Wish® New Jersey (MAWNJ), granting the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength, and joy, seeks a full-time Program Services Assistant to join our team at our Monroe Township, NJ castle facility. This is a great opportunity to share in the power of a child’s wish come true, especially at one of the leading Make-A-Wish chapters in the country, as well as a tremendous opportunity to play a crucial role in our success, make an immediate impact, and experience profound job satisfaction/fulfillment.

The Program Services Assistant primary responsibilities will include coordinating the wish process through the intake of referrals, managing a caseload of wishes to be granted within a timely manner, and post-wish follow up.  Additional responsibilities include intake processing of new wishes, extensive and detailed communication, both verbal and written with families, volunteers, vendors, and medical professionals; Database management utilizing both Raiser’s Edge and Salesforce; Coordination of a variety of wish types, including travel related wishes while acquiring in-kind/discounts from vendors to assist with budget management.

Requirements:  Bachelor's Degree required with 1-3 years of case management experience in the nonprofit/social services sector. Bi-lingual Spanish Speaking, required. Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Possess critical thinking skills with the ability to problem solve, independently, and as part of a team. Ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks; Proficient computer skills with knowledge of and/or previous experience working with Microsoft Office; Raiser's Edge and Salesforce experience, preferred.

To Apply: If interested, please submit a cover letter with salary requirements and resume with Program Services Assistant in the subject line to jobs@wishnj.org.  Resumes will be accepted through October 15, 2017.  No phone calls please. 





Project Self-Sufficiency: Multiple Openings

Posted: September 21 2017
Location: Sussex, Hunterdon, or Warren, NJ 

Summary: The mission of Project Self-Sufficiency  is to support and empower low-income individuals and families to improve the quality of life for themselves and for their children through comprehensive family stability and person and economic self-sufficiency services.  There are several job opportunities listed below.

  • Bi-Lingual Home Visitor
  • Nurse Home Visitor
  • New Jersey Corps Program Director
  • New Jersey Youth Corps Program Associate
  • New Jersey Youth Corps High School Equivalency Instructor
  • New Jersey Youth Corps Crew Supervisors
  • Grant Writer
  • Community Resource & Outreach Specialist
  • Job Development & Placement Coordinator
  • Social Worker/Case Manager
  • After School Program Coordinator
  • After School Program Facilitators
  • Evening Childcare Provider
  • Day Care Center Teacher
  • Day Care Center Aides
  • Computer Instructors
  • Parenting Instructor

See the complete listings for additional details on each position.

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to Deborah Berry-Toon, Executive Director, Project Self-Sufficiency, 127 Mill Street, Newton, NJ  07860; or fax to 973-940-3501; or email to pss@projectselfsufficiency.org.


 


 

Womanspace: Bilingual Counselor Advocate        

Posted: September 21, 2017
Location: Lawrenceville, NJ

Summary: Womanspace seeks a full-time Bilingual Counselor Advocate available to work directly with Spanish speaking clients, including individual/group counseling and community outreach. This position provides advocacy for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Hours vary and interested candidates must be willing to work at least 2 nights a week.

Candidate must have strong background in domestic violence/sexual assault, excellent communication and advocacy skills. A Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling or related field is required as well as fluent in speaking and writing in Spanish. 

Excellent Benefits package including 401K. 

To Apply: Interested candidates should send resumes to Susan Victor jobs@womanspace.org or fax to 609-394-5417.

 


 

Make-A-Wish New Jersey: Director of Volunteer Programs        

Posted: September 21, 2017
Location: Monroe Township, NJ

Summary: Make-A-Wish® New Jersey (MAWNJ), granting the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength, and joy, seeks a full-time Director of Volunteer Programs to join the team at its Monroe Township, NJ castle facility. This is a great opportunity to share in the power of a child’s wish come true, at one of the leading Make-A-Wish® chapters in the country. It is also a tremendous opportunity to play a crucial role in the chapter’s success, make an immediate impact on the lives of others, and to experience profound job satisfaction/fulfillment.  

Primary Duties: The Director of Volunteer Programs will give ongoing attention to the recruitment, retention and recognition of our volunteers, and will assist with increasing visibility and education about MAWNJ. The Director will: manage the volunteer intake process from application to placement; assign volunteer teams to wishes/wish assists; communicate assignments to volunteers; supervise and support interns, special event, office and Wishing Place volunteers. The Director will also update, implement and conduct Basic Training (6x/year on weekends) for new volunteers as well as Level II (Continuing Education) Training (4x/year on evenings and weekends) required for all active volunteers. The Director will also be responsible for timely documentation of volunteer activity in the organization’s Raiser’s Edge database. In collaboration with the Vice President of Mission Delivery, the Director will design and implement a plan to recruit new volunteers with special emphasis on bilingual (Spanish/English) volunteers. This position reports to the Vice President for Mission Delivery.  

Requirements:  Bachelor's Degree required with 3-5+ years of volunteer management experience in the social services sector. Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.  Must be computer literate (Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel). Raiser's Edge database experience is a plus. This position requires a self -motivated, creative, problem-solving team player with excellent writing, communication and interpersonal skills. The ideal candidate will possess: confident, polished and professional presentation skills for both large and small groups; critical thinking skills with the ability to problem solve independently and as part of a team; the ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks. Candidates must be willing and able to work nights and weekends, when necessary.

To Apply: Qualified candidates are encouraged to send a cover letter and resume, along with current salary history, to Michele Hickey, Senior Director of Executive Search, at Michele@thenonprofitsearch.com.




 

Make-A-Wish New Jersey: Director of Medical Outreach         

Posted: September 21, 2017
Location: Monroe Township, NJ

Summary: Make-A-Wish® New Jersey (MAWNJ), granting the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength, and joy, seeks a full-time Director of Medical Outreach to join the team at its Monroe Township, NJ castle facility. This is a great opportunity to share in the power of a child’s wish come true, at one of the leading Make-A-Wish® chapters in the country. It is also a tremendous opportunity to play a crucial role in the chapter’s success, make an immediate impact on the lives of others, and to experience profound job satisfaction/fulfillment.

Primary Duties: The Director of Medical Outreach will be responsible for developing, strategizing and overseeing the medical outreach and eligibility efforts chapter-wide to ensure all qualified children receive a wish. Responsibilities include building a referral source network throughout New Jersey through research, analysis, and cultivation of relationships with medical professionals, hospital administrators, social workers and child life specialists. The Director will maintain existing referral source relationships and work to identify new referral sources, while also strategically determining and pursuing the best methods for outreach. The Director will also plan and implement face-to-face trainings/meetings throughout state to educate referral sources regarding MAWNJ’s services and eligibility requirements.

Requirements: Bachelor's degree required, master’s degree preferred, with 3+ years of experience. Applicants must have working knowledge of childhood illnesses and treatment protocols, medical outreach and/or experience in health services, and/or or child life experience in the social services sector. Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred. The ideal candidate will be a self -motivated, creative, problem-solving team player with excellent writing, communication and interpersonal skills, and will be capable of confident, polished and professional presentation and communication to both large and small groups. Proficiency using Microsoft Office is required, Raiser’s Edge/Salesforce preferred. Also required are: analytical skills; excellent written and oral communication skills; ability to work evenings and weekends to ensure coverage at professional seminars; ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and achieve objectives with a sense of urgency; ability to build and sustain productive long-term relationships. Up to 40% of this position’s time will be devoted to travel throughout the Tri-State (NJ/NY/PA) area. Additional travel may arise on an as-needed

To Apply: Qualified candidates are encouraged to send a cover letter and resume, along with current salary history, to Michele Hickey, Senior Director of Executive Search, at Michele@thenonprofitsearch.com.





 

Rescue Mission of Trenton: Behavioral Health Intake Associate   

Posted: September 20, 2017
Location: Trenton, NJ

Summary: The Behavioral Health Intake Associate is responsible for ensuring that the medically related emotional and social needs of the residents and/or clients are met and maintained on an individual basis in accordance with policies and procedures, and current professional, Federal, State and Local Standards, guidelines, and regulations.

  • Develops a comprehensive social history and psychosocial assessment that includes the resident/client's strengths, weaknesses, preferences and implications for the care plan
  • Helps residents and their families cope with the immediate effects of the decision to move to the facility ·         Orients residents and families to the facility, services, service limitations, and residents’/clients' rights ·         Empowers residents/clients  and encourages resident/client choice in matters affecting them, demonstrating receptive attitudes and sensitivity to choices
  • Collaborates with counselors, physicians and/or nurses to plan or coordinate treatment
  • Provides linkage with appropriate community resources by maintaining knowledge of other systems, making referrals  and identifying unmet needs
  • Refers residents, clients and families with crisis management services
  • Assists residents, clients and families with financial questions and makes appropriate referrals
  • Coordinates visits by facility mental health providers and makes resident referrals
  • Assist in development of a comprehensive discharge plan in collaboration with residents, clients, multidisciplinary staff, and referral agencies which identifies resident needs and preferences
  • Completes client intake according to standards and timelines
  • Monitors, evaluates and records client progress with respect to treatment goals      

Qualifications:

  •  Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related field; Master’s Degree preferred
  • Licensed Social Worker (LSW) or Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)-preferred,  LPC, LCADC, CADC 
  • Valid Driver's License

Hours: 10am – 6pm - Subject to change upon agency need, Monday – Friday

Salary Range:  $35,000 - $50,000 plus a lucrative benefit package

To Apply: Please email resume to employment@rmtrenton.org.


 



 

Rescue Mission of Trenton: Vocational Development Instructor            

Posted: September 20, 2017
Location: Trenton, NJ

Summary: The Vocational Development Instructor will develop and instruct programming specific to adult learners in the areas such as job readiness, maintaining a work / life balance, and managing home finances.  The Vocational Development Instructor will also oversee the implementation of Street to Sales (an incentive based job training/development program), including training and supervising clients. The Vocational Development Instructor will also begin to develop and implement a health and wellness curriculum, in collaboration with our nurse and local providers.

Qualifications:

  •  Minimum of Bachelors Degree, Masters Degree in education preferred
  •  Preferred minimum three (3) years experience in addictions treatment, counseling, and/or educational training fields
  • Knowledge of interviewing methods and techniques, knowledge of models of adult learning; ability to motivate other; case management principles and methods,
  • Valid Driver’s License

Salary Range:  $35,000 - $50,000 plus a lucrative benefit package

To Apply: Please email resume to employment@rmtrenton.org.





 

Rescue Mission of Trenton: Substance Abuse Counselor             

Posted: September 20, 2017
Location: Trenton, NJ

Summary: The Substance Abuse Counselor coordinates and provides counseling and supportive services to residents. Primary responsibilities include assessment and evaluation of resident needs and strengths, development and implementation of treatment plans, development and facilitation of education programs and group and individual counseling discussion sessions and monitoring of resident progress.

Qualifications:

  •  Bachelor’s Degree from accredited college or university in psychology, social work or a related field required. Master’s degree preferred
  • Minimum of 1-2 years of experience, preferred
  • Certification (CADC) or licensure (LCADC) as Drug and Alcohol Counselor by the State of New Jersey, Division of Consumer Affairs, State Board of Marriage and Family Therapy Examiners, Alcohol and Drug Counselor Committee or other certification approved by State of NJ DMHAS.
  • Knowledge of interviewing methods and techniques, case management principles and methods, professional ethics standards, substance abuse assessment instruments, and crisis intervention techniques; clinical diagnostic methods and principles and various modalities of counseling, psychotherapy, and abnormal psychology; criminal justice system, child welfare system and mental health system; federal, state and local ordinances and policies regarding therapeutic issues. Attention to detail is required.
  • Valid Driver's License

Salary Range:  $45,000 - $60,000 plus a lucrative benefit package

To Apply: Please email resume to employment@rmtrenton.org.



 

Saint Paul's Outreach: New Jersey Development Director           

Posted: September 20, 2017
Location: South Orange, NJ

Responsibilities:

  • Build and maintain a portfolio of major gift donors (differentiating between organic and new growth). Take timely, coordinated and strategic steps in moving prospective and current donors through the major gift cycle: identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship.
  • Conduct substantive contacts (in person, phone call, or otherwise) with major gift donors.
  •  Assist in the development of major and planned gift proposals and documentation.
  • Lead strategic fundraising event opportunities (including Benefit Banquets and Donor Receptions).
  • Manage annual campaign activities including: direct mail campaigns, thank-a-thons, special holiday correspondence and special invitations to SPO related events.
  • Complete and file weekly donor/prospect contacts utilizing the SPO database (Raisers Edge), employing discretion while recording information of relevance.
  • Involve National Board Members and Advisory Board Members, as appropriate, in identifying, qualifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding donors within the New Jersey Region.
  • Establish proper expectations in “close” cycles that result in donor prospects who might be used as positive references for fundraising or promotion. 
  • Work proactively with colleagues on donor identification, cultivation and stewardship strategies.
  • Develop and maintain a thorough working knowledge of SPO and its philanthropic priorities to effectively present a compelling case for support of SPO’s mission and vision. 
  • Participate in approved non-SPO activities including volunteer boards, committees or speaking engagements to Catholic associations. 
  • Direct all local development strategy sessions, events, and logistics within the region.
  • Perform other duties deemed appropriate by SPO.

Education and Experience

Required 

  • 3 years of fundraising experience with demonstrated ability to promote and successfully solicit major gifts; or related experience in sales, financial advisement, or related fields with emphasis on relationship cultivation. 
  • Ability to work in highly accountable and fast-paced environment and maintain a strong sense of urgency coupled with demonstrated success in management of multiple priorities. 
  • Demonstrated success in working independently but also collaboratively in a team setting. 
  • Solid relationship-building skills with a diverse constituency. 
  • Proficient in the use of current technologies. 
  • Ability to maintain confidential information. 
  • Strong commitment to the Roman Catholic Church and its teachings. 

Preferred 

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher professional degree or certification (e.g. JD, MBA, CFP, CFRE).
  • Experience in fundraising and development in a Catholic non-profit setting. 
  • Existing donor portfolio of contacts. 
  • Campaign fundraising experience. 
  • Familiarity with university and young adult evangelistic work. 
  • Experience serving as an SPO Missionary or related non-profit ministry. 

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To Apply: Email resume and cover letter to HR@spo.org.





 

Raritan Valley Community College: Director of Foundation              

Posted: September 19, 2017
Location: Branchburg, NJ

Summary: Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC), serving Somerset and Hunterdon County residents for fifty years, offers over 90 associate degrees and certificates, customized training and continuing education. The College's 240-acre campus lies at the crossroads of central New Jersey in North Branch. In addition, an RVCC satellite site is located in the Township of Franklin, Somerset County. RVCC is committed to being a learning-centered college that works closely with the community to develop and offer new and innovative programs to meet the needs of a growing diverse community and student population.

Under the direction of the Vice President for Strategic Programs and Development, the Director of the RVCC Foundation provides leadership and management of the vision, planning, and execution of fundraising and development-related activities that benefit the College. The Director is responsible for overall strategic planning, revenue generation, financial management, organizational development, staff management, and program operations. The Director is responsible for aligning the Foundation's strategic plan with that of the College's strategic plan to meet the established goals of the College and to advance the mission of the Foundation through relationship management, fiduciary responsibility, organizational stewardship, and advocacy. The Director of the RVCC Foundation works with the Foundation Board of Directors, the President of the College, senior executive staff, deans, faculty, staff, administrators, and students.

Anticipate start date of January 2, 2018.

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To Apply: Apply online.




 

Hyacinth AIDS Foundation: Mpowerment/Drop-in Center Counselor                          

Posted: September 15, 2017
Location: Jersey City, NJ

Summary: Under the supervision of the Prevention Quality Assurance Manager, the Mpowerment Counselor performs the assigned duties related to the implementation and evaluation of Hyacinth’s Mpowerment program Project Living Out Loud (LOL) in Jersey City, NJ. Project LOL is a directly funded program under the Center for Disease Control Funding Opportunity Announcement PS17-1704: Comprehensive High-Impact HIV Prevention Projects for Young Men of Color Who Have Sex with Men and Young Transgender Persons of Color. The program has a drop-in center that functions as a safe space for program services and activities for all young men who have sex with men of Color (YMSM) primarily between the ages of 13-29 throughout Hudson County during nontraditional office hours.

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To Apply: View complete job description and forward resume to swest@hyacinth.org.





 

NORWESCAP: Chief Executive Director

Posted: September 13, 2017
Location: Northwest NJ

Summary: NORWESCAP, the leading agency in Northwest New Jersey fighting poverty and supporting low-income families since its creation in 1965, is seeking a new Chief Executive Officer. This position will replace the long-time successful CEO, Terry Newhard, who is retiring. The organization strives to transform poverty into opportunity by providing programs, education, and opportunities in the areas of economic and employment building, nutrition and healthy living, child and family development, and housing. The goals of NORWESCAP’s efforts are to foster economic empowerment throughout communities and assist individuals and families towards self-sufficiency. The Chief Executive Officer reports to the Board of Directors under the Carver Policy Governance Model and is responsible for the organization's consistent achievement of its mission.

The NORWESCAP CEO is required to:

  • Manage the organization within the parameters of the Executive Limitations.
  • Foster relationships in the community to connect with the board and the agency.
  • Strategically develop and review existing and new programs based on the community needs assessment.
  • Develop and cultivate relationships with governmental and non-governmental organizations, foundations and private donors to increase community participation and raise additional funding to continue to implement NORWESCAP’s mission.  

Responsibilities

  • Provide inspirational leadership and direction to all staff that result in the organization being a trusted community partner and achievement of goals.
  • Be a thought leader in the field. Keep abreast of significant developments and trends in poverty issues and strategies.
  • Cultivate a strong and transparent working relationship with the Board and ensure open communication about the measurement of financial, programmatic, and impact performance against stated milestones and goals.
  • Drive the development and implementation of the agency’s long range strategic plan ensuring that the budget, staff, and priorities are aligned with NORWESCAP’s core mission.
  • Build advocacy for the agency mission through the development of productive community, governmental, and stakeholder relationships.
  • Generate non-restricted funds by developing relationships with corporations, foundations, government agencies and private individuals.
  • Ensure the activities and points of view of the organization are publicized through traditional and social media.
  • Overall agency fiscal responsibility inclusive of increasing financial and operational efficiency.
  • Ensure agency compliance with federal (e.g. Hatch Act), state and local regulations regarding grant compliance as well as corporate compliance, including working with Head Start and Early Head Start Director and Policy Council to meet management requirements.  

 Qualifications

  • A minimum of ten years of increasing responsibility in executive management in a human service, non-profit environment.
  • Successful experience managing a complex array of programs and multiple sites, meeting program goals and funding requirements.
  • Knowledge and understanding about issues dealing with poverty.
  • Demonstrated ability to be the face of the organization.
  • A financially savvy and politically astute leader with the ability to set clear priorities, delegate, and guide investment in people and systems.
  • Demonstrable analytic, organizational and problem-solving skills, which support and enable sound decision making.
  • Excellent coalition building skills with an ability to communicate and work effectively with a variety of internal and external stakeholders. Persuasive negotiator able to achieve consensus amongst differing opinions.
  • Strategic, succinct and effective written and oral communication skills including comfort and ease with presentations of information to public groups and/or board of directors.
  • Significant board development, fundraising, marketing/branding and fiscal management experience.
  • Past success with moving an organization towards greater funding self-sufficiency.
  • Strong commitment to the professional development of staff with a successful track record of recruiting and retaining a diverse team and creating an inclusive work environment.
  • Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s in a related field preferred.

To Apply: Please contact Sarah Waldbott, Associate Recruiter at DRG at swaldbott@drgnyc.com or 646-237-5950 for any questions.



 

NAMI New Jersey: Executive Director Jersey                                                                 

Posted: July 19, 2017
Location: North Brunswick, NJ

Summary: NAMI New Jersey (NAMI NJ) is recruiting for an Executive Director who will be responsible for the successful leadership and management of the non-for-profit organization in carrying out its mission to improve the quality of life of individuals and families affected by mental illness through education, advocacy and mutual support.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

Participate with the Board of Directors in developing a vision and strategic plan to guide the organization.  Identify, assess, and inform the Board of Directors of internal and external issues that affect the organization. Act as a spokesperson for the organization. Serve as the State Organization of the National Alliance on Mental Illness contact. Establish good working relationships and collaborative arrangements with affiliates, community groups, service providers, funders and government and other organizations to help achieve the goals of the organization.

Oversee the efficient and effective day-to-day operation of the organization. Draft policies for the approval of the Board and prepare procedures to implement the organizational policies; review existing policies and recommend changes to the Board as appropriate. Provide support to the Board by preparing meeting agenda and supporting materials.

Oversee the planning, implementation and evaluation of the organization's programs and services. Ensure that the programs and services offered by the organization contribute to the organization’s mission. Monitor the day-to-day delivery of programs and services of the organization to maintain or improve quality.  Implement human resources policies, procedures. Supervise, evaluate and discipline staff when necessary using appropriate techniques and legally defensible procedures.

Secure adequate funding for the operation of the organization. Research funding sources, oversee the development of fund raising plans and write funding proposals to increase the funds of the organization. Ensure that sound bookkeeping and accounting procedures are followed. Provide the Board with comprehensive, regular reports on the revenues and expenditure of the organization. Ensure that the organization complies with all legislation covering taxation and withholding payment.

Qualifications:

7 years of successful progressive management experience in non-profit organizations. Knowledge of current community challenges and opportunities relating to the mission of the organization.  Excellent communications skills. Master’s Degree in a related field preferred.

To Apply: Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume by email to sylviaaxel@icloud.com.




 

Trenton Health Team: Director of Community Programs

Posted: September 11, 2017
Location: Trenton, NJ

Summary: Trenton Health Team is committed to improving the health and healthcare system of Trenton, New Jersey. We are working to transform healthcare for the community with the community. Our dedicated team works to improve care coordination, increase access to primary and preventive care, increase health literacy, and enhance opportunities for community members to make healthy lifestyle choices for themselves and their families.

The ideal candidate is:

  • A transformational leader with a passion for working in the community
  • A connector with an ability to leverage relationships to achieve meaningful community outcomes
  • Passionate about changing lives through efforts at the community level
  • On the cutting edge of population health strategies that can change policy and systems and promote economic revitalization
  • Knowledgeable about the critical impact of social determinants and policy, systems, and environmental influences on health outcomes
  • Data-focused and outcomes-driven to achieve results that improve the quality of life of residents
  • Familiar with the Trenton community, including its demographics, challenges, and key organizations that play a role in health transformation.

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To Apply: Qualified candidates should view the complete job description and can apply by submitting a cover letter, describing your interest and qualifications and resume at trentonhealthteam.workable.com.




 

New Jersey Citizen Action: Tax Preparers - multiple positions, temporary

Posted: September 8, 2017
Location: Newark, Bloomfield, or Highland Park, NJ

Summary: New Jersey Citizen Action is a statewide grassroots organization that fights for social, racial and economic justice.  Over the past 11 years, NJCA has provided free, quality tax return preparation for low and moderate individuals and families.   New Jersey Citizen Action is now accepting resumes for temporary Tax Preparers to work in our Newark, Bloomfield and Highland Park offices.  Flexible hours are available including days, evenings and Saturdays.  Training classes are available.

Qualifications:

  • Basic computer skills for inputting tax return data into the software
  • Ability to communicate effectively, including the ability to interview clients about personal and financial matters
  • Ability to work with the public in a helpful and supportive manner
  • Friendly, dependable, reliable and flexible
  • Bilingual in Spanish is a plus
  • Must be able to work January to April

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To Apply: Please submit resume to Naomi Anderson, Director of VITA naomi@njcitizenaction.org. NJCA is an equal opportunity employer. Women and people of color are strongly encouraged to apply.




 

Two River Theater: Multimedia Manager

Posted: September 7, 2017
Location: Red Bank, NJ

Summary: Two River Theater is looking for an extremely creative digital storyteller and strategic online marketer to develop, implement, track and optimize all of the theater’s multimedia campaigns. This is a full-time position within the marketing department, and reports to Two River Theater’s Director of Marketing. The Multimedia Manager will work with the marketing team, supporting teams (such as professional videographers and photographers) and vendors to launch successful digital campaigns on time and on budget.  Salary is commensurate with experience. Benefits package includes medical and vision insurance, flexible spending accounts, paid vacation, personal time and a 403 (b) retirement plan. Two River Theater is dedicated to the goal of building an equitable and culturally diverse work environment and strongly encourages applications from members of underrepresented groups.

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To Apply: Candidates should submit a letter of intention (including where you saw this job posting), detailed resume, list of 2-3 references, multimedia work samples, and salary requirements to Courtney Schroeder, Director of Marketing at cschroeder@trtc.org. No phone calls please. Application deadline is Friday, September 22, 2017.




 

The Southwest Council: Fiscal Program Assistant

Posted: September 6, 2017
Location: Vineland, NJ

Summary: The Southwest Council, a private non-profit corporation located in Cumberland County seeks a full-time individual to provide assistance to the fiscal operations department. This position reports directly to the Director of Operations. 

Qualifications: Proficient in Excel, QuickBooks, and accounting procedures. Must have a strong attention to detail and fiscal matters. Minimum 3 years experience working in accounting, economics, finance, or other non-profit management. Associates degree from an accredited college preferred, high school diploma or equivalent with major in business.  

Salary: $32,000-$45,000 with fringe package

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to info@southwestcouncil.org by September 25, 2017 or mail to SWC 1405 N. Delsea Drive, Vineland, NJ 08360.  Resumes with no cover letter will not be considered. No phone calls please.  EOE.  Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.   




The Southwest Council: Recovery Coach - Part-time

Posted: August 30, 2017
Location: Vineland, NJ

Summary: The Southwest Council, a private non-profit providing education, prevention, and treatment services in Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem Counties seeks quality individuals to work part time in our Opioid Overdose Recovery Program.

Duties include engaging individuals reversed from an opioid overdose and providing non-clinical assistance and recovery supports while maintaining follow-up with these individuals.  A flexible schedule, including evening weekends is required.  Candidates must possess a BA from an accredited college or university, preferably in public health or related field; a MA is preferred. Must possess the knowledge, skills and exp. to completely perform case management activities, have at least 3 years demonstrated experience working with high need individuals with substance abuse and mental health disorders, and demonstrate evidence of addiction coursework.   A valid driver’s license is req. Must possess a minimum of a high school diploma. Must have two years sobriety and experience in principals of recovery that assisting individuals to improve their health. A valid driver’s license is required. Position requires being on call for two 12-hour shifts a week. Hourly rate based on availability and experience

To Apply: Quality individuals should submit a resume and cover letter detailing qualifications and salary requirements by 4:00 p.m. on September 15, 2017 to info@southwestcouncil.org or mail to CEO/Executive Director SWC 1405 N. Delsea Drive, Vineland, NJ 08360.  No phone calls.  EOE.  Persons in recovery, women, minorities and vets are encouraged to apply.   




 

The Southwest Council: Patient Navigator - Part-time

Posted: August 30, 2017
Location: Vineland, NJ

Summary: The Southwest Council, a private non-profit providing education, prevention, and treatment services in Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem Counties seeks quality individuals to work part time in our Opioid Overdose Recovery Program.  Duties include providing evidence-based comprehensive case management, advocacy, training, and assistance to the opioid recovery community.  A flexible schedule, including evening weekends is required.  Candidates must possess a BA from an accredited college or university, preferably in public health or related field; a MA is preferred. Must possess the knowledge, skills and exp. to completely perform case management activities, have at least 3 years demonstrated experience working with high need individuals with substance abuse and mental health disorders, and demonstrate evidence of addiction coursework.   A valid driver’s license is req.   

Salary: $17.58 - $27.47 an hour  

To Apply: Quality individuals should submit a resume and cover letter detailing qualifications and salary requirements by 4:00 p.m. on September 15, 2017 to info@southwestcouncil.org or mail to CEO/Executive Director SWC 1405 N. Delsea Drive, Vineland, NJ 08360.  No phone calls.  EOE.  Persons in recovery, women, minorities and vets are encouraged to apply.