Date Posted Title Company Type Description  
Dec 11, 2017 Gear Up Advisor CYC Full Time Position Summary:  The Advisor helps students aspire to, prepare for, enroll in, and find resources to pay for postsecondary education.  Based on specific school assignments, this is mainly Details
janet ziegler

CYC

HR@cycyouth.org


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cycyouth.org

Full Time

Position Summary:

 The Advisor helps students aspire to, prepare for, enroll in, and find resources to pay for postsecondary education.  Based on specific school assignments, this is mainly accomplished via individual student meetings, classroom workshops, group sessions, presentations, and parent meetings.  The Advisor will work with students in grades 7 – 12.

Essential Functions:

Work within each school’s unique environment in order to best serve students while meeting the GEAR UP site’s expectations.  Attend faculty and staff meetings (including the beginning of the year meeting when possible), school open house, College Information Night and Financial Aid Night (if applicable), and other meetings as necessary in order to meet key school personnel, promote GEAR UP services, and integrate into the school’s system.

 Provide group and individual services to students at assigned schools.  These services include:

 Assisting students with discerning career and college goals by providing information regarding educational options beyond high school, including; institutional choice, career options, admissions, and financial aid.

Advising students about college entrance exams (including ACT, SAT, and SAT II subject tests) and test preparation resources, as well as assisting students with test registration forms and providing fee waivers.

Supplying students with admission and financial aid applications, including providing waivers for application fees and tuition/housing deposits where appropriate.

Guiding students through the financial aid process, including: assistance with the FAFSA and CSS Profile, advocating for those with special circumstances, reviewing the SAR, interpreting college financial aid award letters, assisting with verification, and helping students with any other necessary paperwork.

Promoting scholarship opportunities and encouraging students to research and apply for applicable scholarships and awards.

 Recommend qualified high school seniors for scholarships and collect required documentation and enter appropriate information in the student database when funding is available.

 Track all services by accurately entering demographic information, contacts, and notes into the student database.  Adhere to strict confidentiality in student record keeping.

 Serve as a student advocate through: communication with colleges and universities; communication with parents; collaboration with school; and communication and cooperation with outside scholarship programs.

 Refer students to other services, such as school counselors, school staff, college departments, and other agencies for assistance in areas outside of the GEAR UP site’s responsibilities if deemed necessary.

 Become aware of and open to opportunities to promote GEAR UP services through community outreach.

 Attend all trainings.

Perform other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

 The Advisor must have a bachelor’s degree, experience working with adolescents, and strong communication and interpersonal skills.  Teaching certificate and/or experience a plus.  Must be able to work autonomously and in a team environment with a collaborative focus.  Must be comfortable using a laptop computer, familiar with use of the Internet as well as Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook), and must be able to enter data in a student database.  Must be willing to work occasional evening and weekend hours.  Must be able to provide own transportation to multiple locations.  Must be able to carry up to 10 pounds daily, consisting of a laptop computer, printer, and other advising materials.

 Disclaimer: “Nothing in this position description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.”

Dec 4, 2017 Social Worker- Vincentian Support St. Vincent de Paul Full Time Details
Mary Reid

St. Vincent de Paul

mreid@svdpcincinnati.org

(513) 345-4960

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Full Time

Dec 4, 2017 Director of Development Crayons to Computers Full Time Crayons to Computers is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing every child with the supplies needed to succeed in school.  The organization seeks to hire a full-time Development Director Details
Adam Fischer

Crayons to Computers

afischer@crayons2computers.org

513 482-3290

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Full Time

Crayons to Computers is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing every child with the supplies needed to succeed in school.  The organization seeks to hire a full-time Development Director. This position, in partnership with the President & CEO and the Director of Marketing & Communications is responsible for managing the fundraising strategies for Crayons to Computers. This position will report to the President & CEO and will collaborate with other staff, particularly the Director of Marketing & Communications.

 Areas of responsibility include: assisting with increasing individual, foundation, and corporate revenue streams by identifying, engaging and soliciting new prospects and through stewardship of current donors; engaging staff, volunteers and teachers in soliciting and building relationships with donors; creating outreach events to engage an range of target audiences; representing Crayons to Computers in the Greater Cincinnati community; and working collaboratively with the Marketing & Communications team to increase visibility of the organization.

Nov 22, 2017 CCMEP Workforce Development Specialist, Clermont County Youth Services Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati Full Time Individual in this position will be responsible for providing assessment of services, documentation and coordination of service plan delivery to meet the performance expectations outlined in the CCMEP Details
Vicki Strole

Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati

vstrole@eastersealsgc.org

5133866805

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Full Time

Individual in this position will be responsible for providing assessment of services, documentation and coordination of service plan delivery to meet the performance expectations outlined in the CCMEP Scope of Work to youth in Clermont County. Creates Individual Opportunity Plans that address removal of barriers to ensure youth are successful in achieving performance outcomes. Is creative in motivating youth to engage, retain and succeed in program services. Identifies and creates relationships and opportunities with community agencies to meet the needs of the youth served. Responsible for documentation of individual’s progress.

Minimum qualifications include:

BA degree in Human Services or related field

Excellent communication skills

Ability to work independently

Flexibility in schedule and job tasks

Valid driver’s license & insurance & a good driving record

Nov 16, 2017 HR Manager Santa Maria Community Services, Inc. Full Time Qualifications:       Bachelor’s degree in human resources, business administration, human                         &nbs Details
Shari Patrick

Santa Maria Community Services, Inc.

HR@santamaria-cincy.org

513-587-6958

238 Full Link


Full Time

Qualifications:       Bachelor’s degree in human resources, business administration, human                                                              services or a related field.

                                  Minimum of 2 years’ experience in human resources

                                  Training and/or certification in Human Resources preferred

                                   Familiarity with compensation and benefits

                                   Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including relationship/team                                                  building and outreach.

                                   Excellent organization skills

                                   Proficient computer skills

                                   Ability to relate to and communicate well with diverse people

                                   Strong sense of and respect for confidentiality.

Objective:                           To coordinate various aspects of human resources management & development to ensure the Agency’s compliance with all relevant, laws, rules and regulations and that the HR department functions efficiently.

Responsibilities:              Oversee all job postings, resumes and notices related to hiring

                                            Conduct agency orientation for new staff

                                            Conduct exit interviews with all exiting staff

                                            Conduct investigations of employee complaints/concerns

                                            Facilitate communication that supports productive employee relations and                                                        organizational development

                                            Maintain Agency organizational chart

                                            Oversee agency personnel records to ensure all necessary information is                                                              contained and up to date; and legal compliance is maintained

                                            Coordinate agency benefit plans

                                            Coordinate planning for agency all-staff meetings

                                            Plan and coordinate agency annual holiday party

                                            Plan and coordinate agency annual United Way Campaign

                                            Oversee regular review & revision of agency Employee Handbook as well as                                                       agency human resources policies and procedures to ensure legal                                                                     compliance and that the agency’s needs are met.

                                           Coordinate annual employee performance review process & procedure.

                                           Ensure all required employment postings/notifications are kept up to date                                                         and  visible in each location.