Date Posted Title Company Type Description  
Jul 27, 2020 Lead Mentor/Coach for Teens Villedge Inc Full Time JOB DESCRIPTION: Lead Coach Job Summary: The Lead Coach works individually with youth as a facilitator in identified enrichment environments an advocate and a resource coordinator for the youth. I Details
Katie Nzekwu

Villedge, Inc.

info@thevilledge.org


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Full Time

JOB DESCRIPTION: Lead Coach

Job Summary:

The Lead Coach works individually with youth as a facilitator in identified enrichment environments an advocate and a resource coordinator for the youth. In this role, the coach will grow to a consistent block in the youth’s Foundation of Trust. As a coach, the coach builds and sustain the youth within their community through their discovery journey towards self-actualization. Villedge coaches are mutual learners on this journey. Coaches partner with youth to provide encouragement, advocacy, and supportive friendship as they strive to become economically self-sufficient and relationally interdependent. This work is achieved through crisis and stabilizing planning and work. Lead Coaches explore youth strengths and needs, their culture and visions, and establishes an integrated care plan that monitors progress.

 

Coaches have the following responsibilities detailed below with all youth on their assigned caseload.

Villedge requires the opposite of Babysitters or “Speech experts” or even those great at handing out directives. Villedge is looking for Coaches; people who would rather walk with youth and not just tell them where to go or where they should be. People who understand and their influence and take seriously the importance of commitment. People who understand the value of team and are disciplined and organized.

 Responsibilities:

  • Consultation and collaboration with community systems to facilitate connections, referrals, and advocacy ensuring youth or young adults have access to those services and resources needed to reach goals and objectives supporting their vision.
  • Actively supports, represents, and extends the mission, vision, and values of the organization.
  • Teach youth and young adults the necessary skills to reach their vision.
  • Assess strengths and underlying needs of youth
  • Assess all youth domains: employment/career, education, living situation, personal effectiveness/well-being, and community life functioning.
  • Teach youth and young adults how to identify underlying needs and utilize mitigating strengths to facilitate the development of an individualized plan that supports their family vision.
  • Monitor progress toward meeting established goals and adherence to action plans being sure that all domains are addressed as prioritized.
  • Assists in the development of natural supports and non-traditional community resources that are needed for a youth or young adult to reach their vision.
  • Build rapport and trusting relationship with caregivers, providers, and anyone in youth network of support

 

Additional Skills

  • A willingness to work flexible and non-traditional hours in the service of foster caregivers, families of origin, and persons served.
  • Capacity to be flexible and responsive to youth served, foster caregivers, system partners, and internal customers.
  • Capacity to remain objective and professional in all areas of job function.
  • Demonstrates tolerance and respect for the ideas and actions of others.
  • Capacity to effectively work with and be respectful and sensitive to persons from various cultures, socioeconomic, ethnic, religious, and racial backgrounds.
  • Willingness to meet challenges with determination, perseverance, and grace
  • Demonstrated ability to overcome life challenges and obstacles

 

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree in social work, counseling or related field; excellent organizational and communication skills; Strength-Based, Individualized, Outcome Based, Team Based, Culturally Competent, Community Based, Unconditional Care, Collaboration, and Natural Supports).

  • Empathetic and open minded without hero complex
  • Flexible and adaptable
  • Knows how to have FUN. Takes the work but not themselves seriously.
  • Passion for youth and relationships to see them grow and meet their full potential
  • Motivated heart of a learner, servant, and encourager

 

Benefits Offered: 

Villedge offers a comprehensive benefits package. Full Time employees can receive the following benefits:

  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Generous Paid Time off (PTO)
  • Monthly Cell Phone Stipend
  • Non-profit Organization Management 

Industry

 

If you are interested in becoming a Villedge Lead Coach, please contact info@thevilledge.org   

Jul 27, 2020 Director of Clinical Services Villedge Inc. Full Time Director of Clinical Services    Villedge is seeking a passionate, mission-driven Clinician interested in life-changing work. At Villedge we strive to Engage, Develop, Grow and Empower tee Details
Katie Nzekwu

Villedge, Inc.

info@thevilledge.org


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Full Time

Director of Clinical Services 

 

Villedge is seeking a passionate, mission-driven Clinician interested in life-changing work. At Villedge we strive to Engage, Develop, Grow and Empower teens from hard places toward living life to their full potential. Through connection and relationships, we provide the necessary tools for moving from surviving to thriving. 

 

Our vision is for all teens, coming from hard places in Greater Cincinnati, is that they are connected to an audacious and intentional community of relational resources, empowering discovery of their own self-worth and realizing the power of relationships. Truth emerges— their passions are legitimate, their dreams are attainable and, returning as mentors, their wisdom is priceless. Meanwhile, the generational cycle of poverty suffers a deadly blow.

The Director of Clinical Services will have the opportunity to help stand up and anchor the Villedge Clinical Team as the organization works towards Medicaid accreditation. The Director assures the effective delivery of program and/or treatment services and adherence to the program, agency and regulatory standards.

We are looking for an independently licensed practitioner who is interested in a new challenge, while bringing their clinical and life expertise to the role. A successful candidate will be innovative, analytical with strong entrepreneurial and leadership skills.

 We operate based on a foundational-based trust model of care and a strong candidate will value the healthy balance of clinical expertise and community support with a focus on healthy relationships, safety and stability.  This position does not work independently, they lead the clinical team, working alongside Villedge coaches, program administrators, and dozens of enrichment partners to support the growth and stability of a teen and their family. Our relationship-based and holistic approach provides the opportunity to fully create change and ensure that long-term health and stability is achieved. Villedge’s overarching goals are to ensure that every teen has a sense of belonging, power and autonomy, and is relationally connected to a healthy community, and is on a path to economic independence. Until these goals are met, Villedge continues support, when the teen participates in the process. 

 

Responsibilities:

  • Provide clinical consultation, oversight of case planning, care coordination
  • Provide clinical direction and leadership.
    Direct crisis intervention efforts and intervene as required.
  • Develop, plan and implement program goals, objectives, personnel, resources and equipment.
  • Performs clinical services, including intakes and therapeutic interventions such as group, individual, and family therapy, and crisis intervention. 
  • Provides direct clinical services to individual teens 
  • Conducts family therapy as needed, including brief treatment, mediation and motivational interviewing
  • Conducts case reviews and determines current and future treatment and treatment planning based upon resulting quantitative results and professional opinion of client progress.
  • Supports Coaches and teens in enrichment environments and ensures implementation of interventions across all settings 
  • Communicates pertinent behavioral information and data in the ongoing updates of life plan with coaches, partners, and teen
  • Demonstrates proficiency in identifying skill absences and replacement behaviors and can use skill-based teachings
  • Fully integrates, implements, and promotes the use of the Villedge Model and builds capacity of others to implement as well.
  • Provides crisis support to teens and families.

Reporting Relationships:

 

Reports to: Chief Operations Officer

 

Minimum Education, Experience and Other Skill Requirements:

  • Master’s in Social Work or Counseling. Must have passed the Clinical Exam and have an LISW or LPCC license. Independent license a must. 
  • Minimum of 5+ years of experience in clinical practice
  • Supervisory experience is a plus
  • Must be organized
  • Appreciation for analytics, outcomes focused
    • Flexible and adaptable
    • Passion for youth and relationships to see them grow and meet their full potential
    • Motivated heart of a learner, servant, and encourager

 

Benefits Offered: 

Villedge offers a comprehensive benefits package. Full Time employees can receive the following benefits:

  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Generous Paid Time off (PTO)
  • Monthly Cell Phone Stipend

Industry

Non-profit Organization Management 

 

If you are interested in joining our team, please send a resume and cover letter to info@thevilledge.org. Your Cover Letter should address the following

  1. Your fit for the role
  2. Your experiences that prepare you for the position
  3. Your personal belief about how to best support our population and add value to our team. 
Jul 24, 2020 Program Director Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank Full Time Program DirectorFull-Time 40 hours a week (can start at 30 hours with the goal of 40 hours by 2021)Reports to: Megan Fischer, CEOSalary: $20-23/hr  (At 40 hours, becomes salaried position)Locatio Details
Megan Fischer

Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank

megan@sweetcheeksdiaperbank.org

5132907004

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Full Time

Program Director

Full-Time 40 hours a week (can start at 30 hours with the goal of 40 hours by 2021)
Reports to: Megan Fischer, CEO
Salary: $20-23/hr  (At 40 hours, becomes salaried position)
Location: Cincinnati, OH  (1400 State Ave. 45204)
Start Day: Flexible, Mid August
Education Requirements: Bachelor’s 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.

Essential Duties

Program Success

  • Work with Program staff to ensure that services are delivered in a manner that is consistent with agency policies, priorities, and goals.
  • Oversee staff roles that are in charge of executing our Diaper Distribution and Period Supply Programs.
  • Ensure growth and stability of the programs and appropriate financial resources through forecasting of program needs.
  • Manage all partner agencies receiving supplies, as well as those on the wait list, to ensure all products ordered are distributed correctly and on time.
  • Manage waitlisted agencies by maintaining a tracking system.
  • Ensure accurate inventory levels by utilizing our inventory tracking software.  
  • Provide reports as requested by affiliate organizations.
  • Track partner agency outcomes and compliance related to partner agency agreement.

 Leadership and Operations

  • Oversee, direct, and organize SCDB’s programs and warehouse operations.
  • Provides leadership and mission continuity.
  • Demonstrate a deep conviction to SCDB’s mission, vision, and values, and commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusiveness.
  • Develop and maintain a staff culture of continuous improvement and accountability.
  • Identify opportunities for operational improvement, determine the root-cause of problem areas, analyze data, and implement solutions.
  • Foster coordination and collaboration between SCDB programs (Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank, Tidal Babe Period Bank, Fly & Dry Basic Needs Bank).
  • Participate in annual budgeting process utilizing knowledge of existing and forecasted programming needs.
  • With CEO, keeps the board fully informed on the condition of SCDB and all the important factors influencing it.
  • With CEO, lead the execution of the 3-year Strategic Action Plan  
  • Maintain continuous lines of communication, keeping the CEO informed of all critical issues.
  • Serve as the main staff liaison for the Facilities, Operations, and Planning Committee of the Board of Directors.

Management and Administration

  • Provides general oversight of all Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank activities, manages day-to-day operations, and assures a smoothly functioning, efficient organization.
  • Assures program quality and organizational stability through development and implementation of standards and controls, systems and procedures, and regular evaluation.
  • Assures a work environment that recruits, retains and supports quality staff and volunteers. Assures process for selecting, developing, motivating and evaluating staff and volunteers.
  • Negotiates professional contracts and works with CEO to ensure appropriate salary structures are developed and maintained.
  • Specifies accountabilities for management personnel (whether paid or volunteer) and evaluates performance regularly.

Skills needed:

  • Attention to detail
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Proven ability to manage multiple duties and priorities in deadline-intensive situations
  • Able to gather and synthesize information, draw insights and summarize issues.
  • Experience with Excel
  • Experience with Google Drive
  • The ability to handle conflict, confrontation, and uncomfortable situations head-on and with grace
  • Should be able to lift, carry, push, and pull up to 30 pounds and stand or walk for extended period of times
  • Ability to operate a pallet jack (we will train you)
  • Proven ability to delegate and manage workloads and projects across functions
  • Able to flourish in a creative team environment as well as operate independently
  • Strong analytic skills and a strategic thinker who is open to different perspectives and new ways of doing things
  • Ability to demonstrate and uphold our core values (Advocacy, Engagement, Inclusion, Innovation, and Respect)

Schedule and Flexibility: In general, the schedule is extremely flexible with the option to have a balance of working from the warehouse and working remotely. We are closed between Dec. 25th and Dec. 31st.

Benefits: This position is an opportunity to join a new and quickly-growing nonprofit in Cincinnati’s Lower Price Hill community. Our board of directors, donors, and volunteers are very hands-on and energized around the success of Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank. A flexible schedule, 403(b) retirement plan, paid time off, parental leave, and company holidays are offered as well.

Questions? Contact Megan Fischer: megan@sweetcheeksdiaperbank.org

To Apply: Email your resume to Megan Fischer: megan@sweetcheeksdiaperbank.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.

Jul 21, 2020 Career Specialist The Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Full Time Background: The Jobs for Cincinnati Graduates Programs of Cincinnati Youth Collaborative work with middle and high school youth with barriers to high school completion and successful transition to pos Details
Karen Connell

The Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

kconnell@cycyouth.org

513-363-5210

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Full Time

Background: The Jobs for Cincinnati Graduates Programs of Cincinnati Youth Collaborative work with middle and high school youth with barriers to high school completion and successful transition to post secondary education/training or career utilizing the Jobs for America Graduates Model.

Job Function: Identifies, recruits, assesses, instructs and mentors high school or GED students deemed to have a high degree of difficulty of staying in school, being promoted into the next grade level, achieving high school graduation, and/or making a successful transition from school to career.  Provides year round services, including summer job coaching, remediation, and tutoring, and 12 months of follow-up services, providing all components of the Jobs for America’s Graduates model, and program requirements for funding contracts.  Partners with other agencies to ensure that youth receive their diploma or GED and successfully transition to the workforce and/or post secondary education or training.  The Specialist positions are year round, 52 week positions that will periodically necessitate weekend and/or evening responsibilities (i.e. crisis support for program participants, student-led organization activities, conducting follow-ups, staff training, etc.).

SCHOOL TO CAREER PROGRAM SPECIALIST:  Works with students entering their senior year with a primary focus on meeting graduation requirements, employment, post secondary education/training, and creation and implementation of a career plan.  Develops and implements a plan to ensure “5 of 5” national goal attainment.

MULTI-LEVEL PROGRAM SPECIALIST:  Works with any combination of 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grade students focusing on life and work skills, career awareness, state proficiency requirements, and academic remediation to meet graduation requirements.  Specialists also structure employment and career exploration activities to ensure realistic career goal-setting.  As it applies to 12th grade roster component, develops and implements a plan to ensure “5 of 5” national goal attainment.

MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAM SPECIALIST: Works with a combination of 7th & 8th grade students focusing on ensuring a successful transition from middle school to high school. Specialist will provide an array of counseling, skill development, career association, and experiential learning that will improve the students' academic performance. Specialist maintains contact with the students transitioning into the 9th grade (MS follow-up phase) for the entire school year.

Core Duties and Responsibilities:      

  • Provides appropriate curricula that ensure students achieve specific Jobs for America’s Graduates required competencies, through classroom and individual instruction, and career association activities, using a variety of teaching methods including lecture, hands-on activities, and team teaching.  Tailors the program and teaching methods to meet the needs of each specific student, using IEP, TABE, pre-/post-tests, and designs and implements intervention strategies and career development plans for every individual.
  • Assists students in finding and maintaining quality employment (age/grade level appropriate) and/or post-secondary educational programs that compliment their career goals; using guest speakers, job shadowing, internships, field trips and guidance department resources to ensure broad exposure to options; makes initial and follow-up contacts with employers to create job openings that ensure quality opportunities for workplace experience; works closely with students and employers for 12 months after the end of the senior year to ensure a satisfactory outcome.
  • Works to meet the total needs of the student by providing guidance, coaching and support, within appropriate limits.  Develops resources and maintains relationships within the school and community that will provide specific social and educational services to assist students.  Serves as liaison to each student’s teachers, parents/guardians and employers identifying academic deficiencies and behaviors that limit success.  Helps youth to develop and implement strategies to successfully manage these deficiencies/behaviors and to become self-sufficient.
  • Creates and supports an Advisory Committee that assists in recruitment, program outcome monitoring, program improvement and marketing within the assigned site. 
  • Ensures program roster totals by directly recruiting appropriate students, obtaining referrals from the Advisory Committee, school personnel, current students and parents.  Interviews prospective candidates and parents as appropriate, to ensure that JAG and federally funded guidelines are met.
  • Ensures that positive, effective working relationships exist and that the program and program outcomes are understood by teachers, administrative staff, parent groups and all other formal and informal groups at the assigned site; ensures the program is a valued component of the site; develops marketing tools and program reports that describe activities, accomplishments and student outcomes to school/program site, employers, and immediate community.
  • By organizing and serving as advisor to the student led JAG - Ohio Career Association, Specialist creates service learning opportunities, appreciation for teamwork, sense of belonging and commitment to community service among JAG - Ohio students. 
  • Knows and complies with all rules of the host site including mandated reporting, discipline, attendance, fundraising and off-site activities; performs school-related functions such as lunch duty, extracurricular activities, etc., as reasonably expected by site administration.
  • Independently and consistently complies with all documentation requirements and deadlines involving students, employers and other groups, including the JAG e-NDMS, WIA and other funding and CYC/JCG requirements.  Knows site data and uses this data for program improvement.
  • Participates in orientation and on-going training to ensure the highest quality of service is being provided to every youth and that expected outcomes are being achieved.
  • Participates in committees to assist with CYC/JCG training, activities, events and continual program improvement and attends CYC sponsored/required training and in-service sessions as scheduled.
Jul 14, 2020 Development Director Camp Joy Full Time The Development Director will build and lead a development team that supports Camp Joy’s mission and vision through philanthropic support and fundraising under a new leadership paradigm at Camp Details
Connie Holbrook

Camp Joy

www.camp-joy.org

937-289-9143

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camp-joy.org

Full Time

The Development Director will build and lead a development team that supports Camp Joy’s mission and vision through philanthropic support and fundraising under a new leadership paradigm at Camp Joy. This is a role for an innovative and strategic leader who can build on the foundation of Camp Joy’s fundraising efforts to date and think bigger than ever before about how we serve and grow, with a particular focus on building a major gifts program and growing the ranks of individual donors. The Development Director will play a critical role in developing that new vision, implementing it and supporting it; all while building and leading a team that thrives in Camp Joy’s culture model and lives out the values upon which Camp Joy was founded: inclusion at all costs, opportunity for everyone, and the belief that nature is a healing space. The Development Director will have a high degree of autonomy and flexibility in executing his or her responsibilities and managing his or her team. The Development Director will also be an integral part of Camp Joy’s leadership team.

Jul 10, 2020 Executive Assistant Clermont Senior Services Full Time Details
Ruth Arno

Clermont Senior Services

rarno@clermontseniors.com


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Full Time

Jul 9, 2020 Executive Assistant Clermont Senior Services Full Time Details
Ruth Arno

Clermont Senior Services

rarno@clermontseniors.com


654 Full Link



Full Time