Date Posted Title Company Type Description  
Oct 12, 2017 College and Career Administrative Assistant Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Part Time Position Title:    College and Career Administrative Assistant (Part-Time – 20 hours a week-3 days a week)  Reports to:   Site Director, GEAR UP Ohio at Norwood B Details
Janet Ziegler

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

hr@cycyouth.org


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cycyouth.org

Part Time

Position Title:    College and Career Administrative Assistant (Part-Time – 20 hours a week-3 days a week)

 Reports to:   Site Director, GEAR UP Ohio at Norwood

Background/Position Summary:  GEAR UP is a seven year federally funded program to improve college and career readiness currently entering into its fourth school year.  GEAR UP's goals are to increase academic performance, increase the rates of high school graduation and enrollment in post-secondary education, and increase students' and families' knowledge of post-secondary options, preparation, and financing. Our grant serves Norwood students in grades 7-12th.  The three grant partners are:  Norwood City Schools, Ohio Dept. of Higher Education and Cincinnati Youth Collaborative.

Essential Job Functions, Duties & Responsibilities:  

  1. Facilitate Math & English ACT Prep online and in small groups
  2. Actively manage GEAR UP Norwood’s social media platforms
    1. Regularly update accounts regarding GEAR UP events, college exploration information, relevant new articles, etc.
    2. Timely respond to comments and questions posed on social media
  3. Facilitate College Exploration
    1. Organize group college visits for students,  including bus transportation
    2. Aid in counseling students on college exploration and the admissions process
  4. Facilitate Career Development
    1. Organize Lunch and Learn opportunities for students
  5. Input and maintain accurate, up to date data regarding student and parent interactions and involvement
  6. Assist in organizing and preparing for GEAR UP Norwood events and programs

Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree required.  Background in math, education and/or counseling preferred.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Student focused, competent in technology (Social media and Microsoft Office Suite),  strong verbal and written communication skills, team player and strong initiative . Knowledge of Naviance software preferred, however training will be offered. 

To Apply:  Qualified interested candidates may apply in confidence by submitting cover letter, resume, and salary range, as well as completion of the online application (http://www.cycyouth.org/employment-opportunities/) to:


Janet Ziegler

Human Resources

hr@cycyouth.org

                                               

CYC is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Oct 11, 2017 Program Manager and Director of Ally Development Public Allies Cincinnati Full Time Organization Overview Public Allies' mission is to create a just and equitable society and the diverse leadership to sustain it. Public Allies is a national movement changing the face and practice of Details
Nickol Mora

Public Allies Cincinnati

nickolm@publicallies.org

5136205850

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Full Time

Organization Overview

Public Allies' mission is to create a just and equitable society and the diverse leadership to sustain it. Public Allies is a national movement changing the face and practice of leadership in communities across the country by demonstrating its conviction that everyone can lead, and that lasting social change results when citizens of all backgrounds step up, take responsibility, and work together.

Founded in 1992, Public Allies (www.publicallies.org) is a values-based national leadership organization focused on developing a pipeline of diverse leaders to address the country’s most pressing issues. Public Allies operates a nationally recognized nonprofit apprenticeship program, in partnership with AmeriCorps, in 25 sites across 22 states.


Position Overview

The Public Allies Cincinnati Program Team consists of two Program Managers who work in support of each other to lead and manage Public Allies programs. The Program Managers work under the direction of the Site Director to manage and implement a 10-month leadership and professional development program targeting emerging leaders, in partnership with approximately non-profit agencies.

The Program Manager and Director of Ally Development is responsible for the planning and delivery of the training curriculum , continuous learning tools and Ally mentorship program. This position also includes managing and coaching 12-15 Allies, managing the corresponding partner relationships, supporting community partner recruitment, planning trainings and supporting overall site growth.

The ideal candidate will have a proven ability to get results in a fast-paced environment; the ability to balance strong relationships with timely administration; and be able to manage a heavy workload while maintaining quality results. This position is an opportunity to engage with a diverse, values-driven and national movement to develop leaders for social change.

Oct 4, 2017 Human Resources Manager Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Part Time Job Description   Position Title:    Human Resources Manager     (Part-time approx. 10-15 hours/week – Set Office hours and flexible hours)  Reports t Details
janet ziegler

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

HR@cycyouth.org


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cycyouth.org

Part Time

Job Description

 

Position Title:    Human Resources Manager

    (Part-time approx. 10-15 hours/week – Set Office hours and flexible hours)

 Reports to:   Jane Keller, President & CEO

 Background/Position Summary:    CYC Human Resources provides all aspects of HR support to the organization and leadership team.  Includes participation on leadership team, employee/leadership development, action planning and strategy development.   Additionally, includes recruiting, onboarding, benefits administration and management of HR processes and systems.    Provides management of any HR related projects.  Works closely with Finance Manager.

 Essential Job Functions, Duties & Responsibilities:  

 Manage employee transactions: 

  • Hiring new employees
  • Exiting employees
  • Benefits administration

Manage Human Resources Process management

  • Annual Culture Survey and action planning (incl. team participant)
  • Salary surveys, analysis and range recommendations
  • Annual Performance Management System
  • Annual Bonus allocations
  • Succession Planning

Manage Employee Performance in partnership with managers

 Participate in organization strategy development efforts with Leadership Team

  • Organization design and staffing
  • Organization priorities
  • Organization Key Measures
  • Participate in Leadership/Executive meetings:
    • Executive Leadership Meetings (2x month)
    • 1:1 meetings with President/CEO
    • Quarterly meetings with Executives
    • Leadership Lean-In Meetings (1x month)
    • All-Staff Meetings (every other month)

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • Strong leadership and management skills
  • Excellent relationship skills
  • Organized, able to prioritize, meet deadlines and multitask
  • Strategic thinker with ability to develop and execute strategies successfully
  • Exceptional communication and presentation skills
  • Values workplace diversity
  • Passion for CYC’s mission and values

 Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources or related field
  • A minimum of 5 years Human Resources experience
  • Experience with Non-Profit organizations preferred
  • Experience in leading Human Resources Systems development and execution
  • Proven ability to work with Organization Leadership

 To Apply:  Qualified interested candidates may apply in confidence by submitting cover 

letter, resume, and salary range, as well as completion of the online application (http://www.cycyouth.org/employment-opportunities/) to:

 

                                                Janet Ziegler

                                                Human Resources

                                                hr@cycyouth.org

                                               

                                    CYC is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oct 4, 2017 College & Career Success Manager Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Full Time Position Title:    College & Career Success Manager  Reports to:    Chief Programs Officer Job Function:   Managerial oversight of the College & Details
Janet Ziegler

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

HR@cycyouth.org


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cycyouth.org

Full Time

Position Title:    College & Career Success Manager

 Reports to:    Chief Programs Officer

Job Function:   Managerial oversight of the College & Career Success services of the agency, including AmeriCorps Ohio, Educational Talent Search and Gear Up Norwood. All operations will be managed and implemented according to each program’s guidelines and requirements, as well as established best practices in the field. These operations include recruiting, training and management of staff; coordinating services with stakeholders at school sites; ensuring that program activities are documented and reported to funders and the agency; managing program budgets; coordinating the implementation of targeted activities for students and families; and evaluating the programs for continuous improvement.

The College & Career Success Manager is responsible for meeting operational goals and objectives, and keeping the organization informed of current research and information relevant to the program. The College & Career Success Manager will assist the Chief Operations Officer in representing CYC in the community and may help with special community collaboration opportunities.

Core Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Manage and delegate appropriate responsibilities to College & Career Success services staff.
  • Recommend new hires to Chief Program Officer, supervise, develop, train and evaluate staff progress throughout the year with year-end evaluation.
  • Communicate program objectives and goals effectively with school personnel, families, referral agencies and other organizations on behalf of agency.
  • Ensure the College & Career Success team meets every program’s goals.
  • Ensure that program services are performed in a timely manner with appropriate follow up as needed.
  • Serve as a member of CYC’s Program Committee and as lead staff for the Postsecondary Advisory Group.
  • Coordinate and assist Development Department with communication content for students, families and schools.
  • Manage evaluation and program data collection and interpret results for continuous improvement.
  • Compile monthly data reporting as requested by Chief Program Officer
  • Support Development Department with program data for reports as needed
  • Assist in other programmatic functions as required, such as special events, to support the program.
  • Assist Chief Program Officer in representing program to the community including collaborations, meetings and activities.
  • Identify, evaluate and implements improvements to program.

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

  • Master’s Degree in Education and experience in public education, mentoring or youth related programs.
  • Minimum of 2 years of managing teams or like experiences.
  • Experience with volunteers and/or school-based programs with proven results.
  • Proven success in working with diverse populations (students, parents, volunteers, school staff, and corporate representatives) in a variety of settings, including those from low-income and/or urban backgrounds. Ability to navigate and adapt to different populations based on their needs with professionalism and diplomacy.

Core Competencies

  • Strong and responsive customer service skills.
  • Ability to build an atmosphere of teamwork within team and be an organizational team player.
  • Strong problem solving skills with ability to execute solutions.
  • Ability to inform, persuade and inspire a team.
  • Excellent organizational skills, time management skills and ability to effectively balance and integrate task-oriented and process-oriented responsibilities.
  • A demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion.
  • Strong interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills with excellent and timely follow through.
  • Adaptable and reliable in conflict, crisis or changing priorities.
  • Proven success in working with a wide range of diverse populations (students, parents, volunteers, school staff, corporate representatives) with varying backgrounds                                  

 

                                    CYC is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 To apply:

 Qualified interested candidates may apply in confidence by submitting cover letter, resume and salary range, as well as completion of the on-line application, to:

 

Janet M. Ziegler

Human Resources

hr@cycyouth.org

 

 

CYC is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Oct 2, 2017 Client Case Assistant Center for Respite Care, Inc. Full Time     Center for Respite Care Client Case Assistant Position Description The Client Case Assistant holds responsibility in two areas at the Center: 1) case man Details
Laurel Nelson

Center for Respite Care, Inc.

ceo@centerforrespitecare.org

5136211868

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Full Time

 

 

Center for Respite Care

Client Case Assistant

Position Description

The Client Case Assistant holds responsibility in two areas at the Center: 1) case management, and 2) medical recovery. This position will report to both the Medical Recovery Manager and the Nurse Supervisor. The CCA is responsible for the identification, linkage, and coordination of available resources which most effectively respond to the identified needs of the client and facilitates self-sufficiency. Knowledge and leverage of community resources are key, with an emphasis on communication, coordination, collaboration, and professionalism. The CCA also contributes to the delivery of focused client medical care via the completion and communication of routine activities and their results, which may include, obtaining clients' vital signs, recording general health information, meal assistance, facility cleanliness etc.


Essential Job Functions:

  • Facilitate case management intake process for new clients.
  • Complete client assessments, identify client barriers, and update assessments, as necessary.
  • Document client individual social goals, needs, and progress via VESTA Case Plans and Encounter Notes, respectively, within 48 business hours of client contact/appointment completion.
  • Document client medical needs based on Center's policies and procedures.
  • Coordinate team meetings and/or ongoing case plan discussions with community partners.
  • Model effective strategies and educate clients on appropriate techniques to access and use community resources.
  • Maintain cleanliness, functionality, and security of the facility, including client chore management, bed checks, meal and diet assistance, and more, as necessary.
  • Ensure compliance with all internal and external operating and reporting requirements.
  • Employ universal standard medical precautions, including the use of personal protective equipment.
  • Any other duties as assigned by Nurse Supervisor and/or Medical Recovery Manager.

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma required. Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice/Social Work or STNA certification preferred.
  • Current first-aid certification.
  • Current CPR certification.
  • Some or thorough medical knowledge, including medical terminology and abbreviations.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients and staff.
  • Ability to work effectively under pressure, and to use discretion with confidential data that may impact staff and operation of the Center.
  • Ability to work independently, as well as a member of a team.
  • Related skills, such as flexible personality; ability to multi-task while also being highly detail-oriented; excellent written and verbal communication skills; recognition and practice of timely, accurate documentation throughout medical and case management service delivery.
  • Keen understanding of counseling or social work practices with highly vulnerable populations; understanding of the nature and needs of homeless populations.
  • Demonstrated understanding and application of culturally-sensitive and responsive behaviors.
  • Familiarity with the basic tenets of a Trauma Informed Care philosophy.

Helpful Information:

  • Website: centerforrespitecare.org
  • Facebook: CenterForRespiteCare
  • Twitter: @HomelessRespite
  • Current Address: 3550 Washington Street  |  Cincinnati/Avondale  |  Ohio
  • Relocation Address:  Near Vine & Liberty Streets in Over-the-Rhine in the new St. Anthony Center

Center for Respite Care is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide quality, holistic medical care to adult homeless people who need a safe place to heal, while assisting in breaking the cycle of homelessness.  This is accomplished through the implementation of our core program - medical recovery.  Staff address the pressing needs of our homeless clients through medical evaluations, limited laboratory tests, medication administration, nursing care, health education, and the coordination of medical and mental health services.


Center for Respite Care, Inc. is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, national origin, disabilities, or veteran status.


Interested candidates should submit their cover letter and resume, in confidence, to Laurel Derks Nelson, CEO at ceo@centerforrespitecare.org.

Sep 29, 2017 Program Manager Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank Part Time Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank's second employee will manage our diaper distribution program and be a key player in the success and continued rapid growth of our young nonprofit. This position should be fil Details
Megan Fischer

Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank

megan@sweetcheeksdiaperbanks.org

513-464-9215

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Part Time

Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank's second employee will manage our diaper distribution program and be a key player in the success and continued rapid growth of our young nonprofit. This position should be filled by someone who is flexible, can manage multiple priorities in deadline-intensive situations, and has the ability to demonstrate and uphold our core values.

Part-Time (20 hrs per week)

Reports to: Megan Fischer, CEO

Salary Range: $13-15/hr with the opportunity for a raise after 6 months.
Location: Cincinnati, OH (1615 Republic St. 45202)

Start Day: 1/3/2018

Education Requirements: High School Diploma. Associates Degree or higher preferred.

About: Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank partners with local social service agencies to provide free diapers to low-income families while raising awareness of the basic health need for diapers. Our mission is to eliminate the existence of diaper need in our community so that all babies have a chance to be healthy, happy, and safe.  We were started in October of 2015 and have been experiencing rapid growth and success since then.

Description: The Program Manager for Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank will be managing our Diaper Distribution Program. This includes tracking incoming inventory and outgoing distribution of over 50,000 diapers each month. It also involves maintaining frequent communication with our active partner agencies and ensuring each one is compliant according to the terms and conditions of our partnership. We track the outcomes of our program through monthly surveys given to every client receiving diapers—the data from this must be input into a system and tracked. The Program Manager will oversee volunteers entering survey data and occasionally help with the task as well. To distribute over 50,000 diapers, we need extensive help from our amazing volunteers. The Program Manager will schedule, coordinate, and oversee groups of volunteers during open wrapping days and private wrapping events to ensure we are able to fill agency orders on time. This role will be a key player in the success and continued rapid growth of Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank and will allow us to increase our distribution by opening up our wait list to serve more agencies in the Greater Cincinnati Area.

Skills needed:

  • Attention to detail
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Proven ability to manage multiple duties and priorities in deadline-intensive situations
  • Experience with Excel
  • Experience with Google Drive preferred
  • The ability to handle conflict, confrontation and uncomfortable situations head-on and with grace
  • Must be able to work/stand on your feet for several hours at a time when at the warehouse
  • Should be able to lift and carry up to 50 lbs short distances
  • Able to flourish in a creative team environment as well as operate independently
  • Experience building volunteer teams and leading them to excellent execution
  • Demonstrated ability for public speaking and delivering a compelling message (which would be about our organization, mission, and goals)
  • Ability to demonstrate and uphold our core values (Advocacy, Engagement, Inclusion, Innovation and Respect)

Schedule and Flexibility: A minimum of 50% of the hours worked each week will take place at the SCDB warehouse. The rest of the hours can be completed remotely. The warehouse hours will be fairly set and consistent, and the other hours worked are very flexible. There will be one to two 3-hour shifts with volunteers required each month, either in the evening 5-7pm or on a Saturday morning from 9am-12pm every 4-6 weeks. We are closed between Dec. 24th and Jan 1st.

Breakdown of responsibilities:

40%--Overseeing diaper wrapping, order filling, partner agency pick-up of orders, inventory management and warehouse organization

30%--Managing partner agency compliance

20%--Volunteer coordination, management and tracking

10%--Collecting, inputting, and organizing data related to the diaper distribution program

Benefits: This position is an opportunity to join a new and quickly-growing nonprofit in the heart of Cincinnati in OTR, within one-two blocks in all directions from exciting shops and restaurants. We are located in the new St. Anthony Center and privileged to work in a state-of-the-art facility with other incredible nonprofit organizations. Our board of directors, donors and volunteers are very hands-on and energized around the success of Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank. A flexible schedule, paid time off and company holidays are offered as well.

Hiring Process:

Phone Interviews will begin in October 2017.

In-person interviews for the second round will be scheduled by November.

Notification of hiring decision will be on or before Dec. 16th 2017. 

Resumes: Please email to Megan Fischer: megan@sweetcheeksdiaperbanks.org

Questions? Contact Megan Fischer: megan@sweetcheeksdiaperbanks.org

Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, clients, volunteers, subcontractors, vendors, and clients.