Nonprofit Job Opportunities

May 12, 2022

UAN: 50027-16-0117

East Texas Crisis Center
Job Description
CLIENT SERVICES SECRETARY

 

 

OBJECTIVE:                         To assist the client services department in providing direct client services to victims of family violence, sexual assault,

and other violent crime.

 

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:     Schedule: Full time

 

 

  • 15% Front Desk coverage to answer the telephone and assist clients.
  • 1% Record & Print shelter census at start of each day.
  • 1% Schedule and confirm client appointments.
  • 1% Assign new client numbers daily, create new client files and maintain computerized client file database. Coordinate assignment of client numbers with shelter staff.
  • 1% Request new clients to complete appropriate paper work. Attach required forms to gather client statistical data.
  • 1% Perform daily data entry of client services statistics.
  • 1% Prepare monthly summary reports of client services statistics.
  • 1% Records Information and referral services provided to and demographic data about hotline callers.
  • 1% Assist with other administrative duties as requested by supervisor.
  • 1% Maintain general order and cleanliness of work area.
  • 1% Monitors lobby and waiting areas; keeps reception area neat & orderly on a daily basis.

 

QUALIFICATIONS AND                 Must have experience with filing, typing, computer entry, and word processing programs. Familiarity with

REQUIREMENTS                            letterforms and other types of correspondence needed. Professional communication skills essential.

Spanish fluency a plus.

 

 

SUPERVISION                               Client Services Secretary is a full-time non-exempt position and is supervised by the Director of Client Services.

Funded 25% by OAG.

 

TRAINING REQUIREMENTS      Client Services Secretary will complete the next available Volunteer Training.

 

Interested parties please send a resume and a cover letter to fvcounselor@etcc.org

 

 

March 21, 2022

Job Title:                                 MDT Support Specialist

 

Classification                        Full-Time

Non-Exempt, Hourly

 

Reports To:                             Program Service Director

 

Location:                                 Jacksonville, Texas

(May require some light travel, as needed, to satellite office in Palestine.)

 

Summary:                               Work within the Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) program of the Crisis Center of Anderson and Cherokee Counties and serves as the front-desk position for that program’s office.  Responsible for directing all incoming inquiries, greeting guests, donors and visitors and interacting with the public.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  • Greet clients and visitors coming into the CAC program, while verifying approved entry;
  • Follow-up with clients;
  • Responsible for the constant supervision of clients in client waiting room, maintaining cleanliness and orderly appearance of client waiting rooms and ensuring client comfort and satisfaction during their visit at the CAC
  • Provide victim advocacy services to CAC clients as needed;
  • Responsible for answering and triage of incoming phone calls to the CAC program;
  • Provide clerical support to all CAC direct services staff to ensure that direct services are able to be provided in an effective and efficient manner;
  • Perform general bookkeeping duties including, but not limited to, logging incoming donations manually into computer donor program, maintaining vendor files, maintaining personnel files (ex. Time sheets, leave requests, expense reports, etc.),
  • Data entry for client cases and CAC sevice provision,
  • Generate statistical reports as requested by the CAC Program Director
  • Provide support to the MDT Coordinator
  • Order and inventory of office supplies and office equipment
  • Enter client data in a timely and efficient manner (case information, client services and case tracking into electronic case tracking system, case staffing notes);
  • Assist the MDT Coordinator in preparation and planning for monthly Case Review meetings and timely documentation of case staffing notes in electronic case tracking system;
  • Prepare meeting agendas for staff and Multidisciplinary staff meetings.
  • Responsible for logging all statewide intakes for Anderson and Cherokee counties into our pre-intake option in Collaborate.
  • Responsible for preparing and maintaining all CAC program forms utilized for direct services;
  • Responsible for ordering and monitoring CAC program office supplies;
  • Assist in coordinating logistics of trainings/workshops hosted by the CAC program
  • Participate in Case Review meetings to assist in recording minutes and case status information to input into electronic case tracking system;
  • Other duties as assigned

 

Education and Experience Requirements:

Education:

  • High school diploma required; Associates or Bachelor’s Degree, preferred.

Experience:

  • Minimum of 1-3 years working in a customer service setting, proficient in customer service, preference for background/experience working with children and families.
  • Strong interpersonal and telephone communication skills required.
  • Computer and typing competency

Other Information

  • The ability to travel to and from satellite offices to provide counseling services, as needed, is required. Travel may occasionally be required for educational or work-related purposes.  In is not anticipated that any regular travel will occur for greater than 2-3 days in a workweek.
  • Desirable personal qualities include tact, good judgment, flexibility, a positive attitude, high professional standards and ethics, and an ability to get along with a variety of people from various disciplines.
  • Employment dependent upon the successful completion of a background check, including criminal and CPS clearances.
  • Three background checks must be completed: Child abuse registry, sex offender registry and criminal history.
  • Knowledge and understanding of DFPS and/or law enforcement experience is preferred.
  • Must have a desire to work in a social services field that provides services to alleged and actual victims of child-abuse related organization.
  • Professional demeanor. Good attention to detail.  Proficient in administrative and office related tasks.  Bilingual candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.  Qualified applicants must be able to pass a criminal history and central registry background check.

 Other Pertinent Information:

Work hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.

  1. Dress will be appropriate to the situation.
  2. The CAC Program Director will evaluate job performance at regular intervals.
  3. Position start date will be determined with applicant after job offer.

 

Interested and qualified applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to:

beckyc@mycrisiscenter.com

March 21, 2022

 

JOB TITLE: Bilingual MDT Coordinator
CLASSIFICATION: Non-exempt/Salary
REPORTS TO: Program Service Director
PRIMARY LOCATION: Children’s Advocacy Center

603 Palestine St.

Jacksonville, TX 75766

 

 

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) Coordinator facilitates a coordinated approach in the investigation of child abuse and neglect. This position works very closely with Law Enforcement, Child Protective Services (CPS), the District Attorney’s office, medical professionals, mental health professionals, victim advocates, probation and various other professionals who may be involved during child abuse/neglect investigations. The MDT Coordinator’s primary responsibility is to review and document the receipt of CPS Statewide Intake Notifications.  Once documented, the SWI notifications are screened to determine which cases meet the criterion warranting CAC involvement.  The MDT Coordinator is responsible for coordinating efforts between Law Enforcement and Child Protective Services to schedule forensic interviews of children as needed.  Additionally, this position is responsible for maintaining current case disposition information on all CAC cases and documenting case progression throughout the civil and criminal justice system response.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • To work closely with the local law enforcement and Child Protective Services (CPS) to facilitate the coordination of investigations and the scheduling of forensic interviews needed through the Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) in response to allegations of child abuse and neglect.
  • To receive, review and document the receipt of Statewide Intake Notifications from DFPS/CPS intake reports for Anderson and Cherokee Counties.
  • To document each report on an Excel spreadsheet with the case number, allegations date and time reported, forensic interview, etc.
  • To identify Statewide Intake Notifications that involve allegations or concerns within the parameters of the CAC working protocols criteria for case involvement.
  • To contact the appropriate CPS Supervisor and staff cases, receive caseworker assignments and contact CPS Investigator to schedule forensic interview, as needed.
  • To contact appropriate law enforcement agency/detective for each Statewide Intake Notifications (appropriately) to facilitate the scheduling of forensic interview(s) and to provide respective CPS Investigator contact information.
  • To make a report with law enforcement based on the allegations in CPS intake, as needed.
  • To complete forensic interview request form based on information provided in the CPS Intake and the agreed upon date and time of forensic interview scheduled by law enforcement/ CPS.
  • To email the completed forensic interview request form to the appropriate MDT investigations team within 24 hours of the scheduled forensic interview.
  • To prepare and distribute agendas for the Multidisciplinary Team, summarize the decisions and action plans of the Multidisciplinary Team, update and maintain the case tracking system and provided statistical data as requested.
  • To earn the respect of the Multidisciplinary Team and foster open and positive relationships with law enforcement, Child Protective Services and the district attorney’s office while promoting best practices for child abuse investigation and treatment.
  • To promote improved communication, coordination, and accountability across agency lines.
  • To model facilitation skills for the Multidisciplinary Teams without driving the outcomes and keeping the process focused on solutions.
  • To work closely with members of the Multidisciplinary Teams to address issues as they arise and resolve conflict.
  • To promote the utilization of the Children’s Advocacy Center program in accordance with team protocols and the Texas Family Code.
  • To be familiar with NCA Standards for Accreditation for the Multidisciplinary Team and case review and provide leadership in maintaining the standards.
  • To attend relevant training and stay current on emerging issues and trends related to the identifying, reporting, investigating, prosecuting and treating child abuse and neglect.
  • To work with the Program Service Director in preparing monthly statistical reports, annual reports and assisting with other program and grant reports as requested.
  • To ensure culturally competent services are provided to all families we serve without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, socioeconomic status, disability, gender, or sexual orientation.
  • To read and comply with the policies and procedures of the Children’s Advocacy Center program and The Crisis Center of Anderson & Cherokee Counties outlined the Personnel Policy and Procedures Handbook.
  • To promote a positive image of the Children’s Advocacy Center program and The Crisis Center of Anderson & Cherokee Counties in the community and among the Multidisciplinary Teams.

NECESSARY QUALIFICATION:

  • Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, human services, criminal justice, or related field. Work related experience may be considered as a substitute for education on a year-for-year basis.
  • The employee will also be expected to complete additional training to obtain specific knowledge on multidisciplinary team coordination and facilitation.
  • Two years of professional experience working with children and families who have either experienced or witnessed trauma is required; however, two years of professional experience in working with the criminal justice or child welfare system may be considered as substitute for direct experience.

 

OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION:

  • The ideal candidate will be able to provide services in both English and Spanish.
  • Flexibility in schedule based on the needs of the organization and clients is required.
  • Candidate must possess resourcefulness and a working knowledge of Child Protective Services and the criminal justice response to child abuse. Also, must possess general knowledge about the CAC and MDT model and feel comfortable facilitating professional meetings regularly.
  • Strong, effective verbal and written communication skills is required.
  • Ideal candidate will also be skilled and proficient in utilizing computer programs and spreadsheets to allow for the ability to track and maintain data entry efficiently.

  

Adherence to the Philosophy of the Crisis Center of Anderson and Cherokee Counties:

 

  1. Employee must demonstrate knowledge and performance in accordance with the philosophy of compassion, caring and respect for the welfare and dignity of others, including clients of the agency, as well as staff and volunteers.
  2. Must display a non-judgmental acceptance of all clients/volunteers/staff/co-workers.
  3. Establish and maintain good rapport in working relationships.
  4. Display appropriate and consistently positive attitude.
  5. Remain composed during stressful situations.
  6. Always employ strategies of problem solving and smart, efficient solutions identifying new and improved ways of delivering the highest quality services to agency clients.
  7. Ask for help when you need it.
  8. Maintain client and agency confidentiality at all times.
  9. Understands and will abide by the purpose and function of the Crisis Center of Anderson and Cherokee Counties and is subject to maintaining and upholding the existing policies and procedures as established by the Board of Directors.

 

The above job description reflects general duties considered necessary to describe the principal functions of the job as identified and shall not be considered a complete listing of all work requirements that may be inherent in the position. Additional duties will be added and assigned on an as needed basis.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and unofficial college transcript to:

beckyc@mycrisiscenter.com

March 21, 2022

 

Job Title:                     Counselor

 

Classification:             Full-Time

Non-Exempt/Hourly

 

Reports to:                  Clinical Director

 

Location:                     Palestine, Texas

(May require some light travel to satellite office in Jacksonville, as needed.)

 

Summary:                    Work within the Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) program at The Crisis Center of Anderson and Cherokee Counties to provide specialized trauma-focused mental health services and evidence-based treatment, designed to meet the unique needs of children and their non-offending caregivers, through the provision of individual counseling sessions and co-facilitation of support groups.

 

Essential Functions:

  1. Assessment: Counselor is to utilize standardized assessments to determine frequency, severity of abuse and other traumatic events; to determine symptoms child may be experiencing related to trauma; and to evaluate effectiveness of interventions provided. Standardized assessments of caregiver and child are used to strengthen family understanding of child and communicate family role in reducing or limiting child symptoms.
  2. Trauma-informed mental health services: Counselor is to proactively engage non-offending caregiver in the treatment of the child, to promote enhanced attachment, decreased symptoms, and improved safety.
  3. Parent engagement: Counselor is to develop an expertise in the highly-specialized field of child abuse, with an emphasis on child sexual abuse.  This type of abuse requires that the Counselor regularly seek to improve their skills, have a deep understanding of the research associated with child abuse, and be committed to ongoing professional development as it relates to complex trauma and abuse.
  1. Team Interaction: Counselor is part of a large multi-disciplinary team that serves a rural area with a high volume of severe cases of abuse.  Counselor must be committed to managing a heavy workload of complex cases.
  2. Communication: Counselor is part of a large multi-disciplinary team that must regularly and professionally communicate in person, in large meetings, through case files, and in court.
    1. Counselor must maintain case files in a timely manner, including session case notes, treatment plans, telephone consultations, referrals and disposition.
    2. Provide expert testimony of fact for criminal and civil court that pertain to Mental Health Program cases.
    3. Participate in scheduled case staffing’s, treatment team meetings, multi-disciplinary team meetings, and occasional special staffing’s.
    4. Provide consultation and regular communication with Child Protective Services, local law enforcement, district attorney’s office, and other social service agencies and counselors directly involved with Mental Health Program cases.
  • Maintain current licensure and/or certification and group affiliations
  • Must be able to work the bulk of work hours during non-school hours, in order to serve children who are in school

 

 

Education and Experience Requirements

 

Education:

  • Master’s Degree in mental health-related field, or
  • Registered student in a formal graduate program in a mental health-related field

 

Training (licenses and certifications):

  • A professional license to practice independently as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Master/Clinical Social Worker (LMSW), or;
  • A requirement to attend supervision with a licensed mental health professional on a consistent basis, and;
  • A training plan requiring 10-contact hours of specialized, trauma-focused mental health training, clinical consultation, clinical supervision, peer supervision, and/or mentoring within the first 6 months of association, and;
  • Demonstrated relevant experience prior to association.

 

Will be required to participate in focused mental health trainings, clinical consultation, and case staffing’s with clinicians and other social services professionals, attend and participate in clinical supervision and peer supervision.  Will receive and successfully complete the defined training plan provided by the Clinical Director for ongoing continuing education.

 

 

Experience:

  • Appropriate clinical licensure/certification to perform essential duties in the state of Texas
  • Experience with individual counseling and/or family interventions
  • Understanding of adult and child development theories and child sexual abuse.
  • Understanding of the law and legal system and implications related to their license.
  • Strong communications skills in interpersonal, written, and multimedia vehicles.
  • Experience in needs assessment of victims and families and identification of appropriate referral sources

 

Other Information

 

  • The ability to travel to and from satellite offices to provide counseling services, as needed, is required. Travel may occasionally be required for educational or work-related purposes.  In is not anticipated that any regular travel will occur for greater than 2-3 days in a workweek.
  • Desirable personal qualities include tact, good judgment, flexibility, a positive attitude, high professional standards and ethics, and an ability to get along with a variety of people from various disciplines.
  • Employment dependent upon the successful completion of a background check, including criminal and CPS clearances.
  • Three background checks must be completed: Child abuse registry, sex offender registry and criminal history.
  • If an individual is not fully licensed the organization will cover the cost of the contract supervision expenses.
  • Employee is expected to meet initial and ongoing training requirements.
  • Training on specific evidence-based treatment for children impacted by trauma will be provided:
    • Regular employees of the Crisis Center and contracted providers who are anticipated to provide services to Crisis Center clients for a period of at least one year must complete 40-hours of training within the first six (6) months of Crisis Center affiliation.
    • Student interns who are anticipated to provide services to Crisis Center clients for a period of less than one year must complete 10-hours of training within the first three (3) months of Crisis Center affiliation. (If the mental health provider is not licensed to practice independently, both the provider and the supervisor must meet the 40-hour training requirement).

 

 

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and unofficial college transcript to:

beckyc@mycrisiscenter.com

March 21, 2022

Job Title:                     Counselor

 

Classification:             Full-Time

Non-Exempt/Hourly

 

Reports to:                  Clinical Director

 

Location:                     Jacksonville, Texas

(May require some light travel to satellite office in Palestine, as needed.)

 

Summary:                    Work within the Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) program at The Crisis Center of Anderson and Cherokee Counties to provide specialized trauma-focused mental health services and evidence-based treatment, designed to meet the unique needs of children and their non-offending caregivers, through the provision of individual counseling sessions and co-facilitation of support groups.

 

Essential Functions:

  1. Assessment: Counselor is to utilize standardized assessments to determine frequency, severity of abuse and other traumatic events; to determine symptoms child may be experiencing related to trauma; and to evaluate effectiveness of interventions provided. Standardized assessments of caregiver and child are used to strengthen family understanding of child and communicate family role in reducing or limiting child symptoms.
  2. Trauma-informed mental health services: Counselor is to proactively engage non-offending caregiver in the treatment of the child, to promote enhanced attachment, decreased symptoms, and improved safety.
  3. Parent engagement: Counselor is to develop an expertise in the highly-specialized field of child abuse, with an emphasis on child sexual abuse.  This type of abuse requires that the Counselor regularly seek to improve their skills, have a deep understanding of the research associated with child abuse, and be committed to ongoing professional development as it relates to complex trauma and abuse.
  1. Team Interaction: Counselor is part of a large multi-disciplinary team that serves a rural area with a high volume of severe cases of abuse.  Counselor must be committed to managing a heavy workload of complex cases.
  2. Communication: Counselor is part of a large multi-disciplinary team that must regularly and professionally communicate in person, in large meetings, through case files, and in court.
    1. Counselor must maintain case files in a timely manner, including session case notes, treatment plans, telephone consultations, referrals and disposition.
    2. Provide expert testimony of fact for criminal and civil court that pertain to Mental Health Program cases.
    3. Participate in scheduled case staffing’s, treatment team meetings, multi-disciplinary team meetings, and occasional special staffing’s.
    4. Provide consultation and regular communication with Child Protective Services, local law enforcement, district attorney’s office, and other social service agencies and counselors directly involved with Mental Health Program cases.
  • Maintain current licensure and/or certification and group affiliations
  • Must be able to work the bulk of work hours during non-school hours, in order to serve children who are in school

 

 

Education and Experience Requirements

 

Education:

  • Master’s Degree in mental health-related field, or
  • Registered student in a formal graduate program in a mental health-related field

 

Training (licenses and certifications):

  • A professional license to practice independently as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Master/Clinical Social Worker (LMSW), or;
  • A requirement to attend supervision with a licensed mental health professional on a consistent basis, and;
  • A training plan requiring 10-contact hours of specialized, trauma-focused mental health training, clinical consultation, clinical supervision, peer supervision, and/or mentoring within the first 6 months of association, and;
  • Demonstrated relevant experience prior to association.

 

Will be required to participate in focused mental health trainings, clinical consultation, and case staffing’s with clinicians and other social services professionals, attend and participate in clinical supervision and peer supervision.  Will receive and successfully complete the defined training plan provided by the Clinical Director for ongoing continuing education.

 

 

Experience:

  • Appropriate clinical licensure/certification to perform essential duties in the state of Texas
  • Experience with individual counseling and/or family interventions
  • Understanding of adult and child development theories and child sexual abuse.
  • Understanding of the law and legal system and implications related to their license.
  • Strong communications skills in interpersonal, written, and multimedia vehicles.
  • Experience in needs assessment of victims and families and identification of appropriate referral sources

 

Other Information

 

  • The ability to travel to and from satellite offices to provide counseling services, as needed, is required. Travel may occasionally be required for educational or work-related purposes.  In is not anticipated that any regular travel will occur for greater than 2-3 days in a workweek.
  • Desirable personal qualities include tact, good judgment, flexibility, a positive attitude, high professional standards and ethics, and an ability to get along with a variety of people from various disciplines.
  • Employment dependent upon the successful completion of a background check, including criminal and CPS clearances.
  • Three background checks must be completed: Child abuse registry, sex offender registry and criminal history.
  • If an individual is not fully licensed the organization will cover the cost of the contract supervision expenses.
  • Employee is expected to meet initial and ongoing training requirements.
  • Training on specific evidence-based treatment for children impacted by trauma will be provided:
    • Regular employees of the Crisis Center and contracted providers who are anticipated to provide services to Crisis Center clients for a period of at least one year must complete 40-hours of training within the first six (6) months of Crisis Center affiliation.
    • Student interns who are anticipated to provide services to Crisis Center clients for a period of less than one year must complete 10-hours of training within the first three (3) months of Crisis Center affiliation. (If the mental health provider is not licensed to practice independently, both the provider and the supervisor must meet the 40-hour training requirement).

 

 

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and unofficial college transcript to:

beckyc@mycrisiscenter.com

March 21, 2022

Job Announcement

 

Date:  March 11, 2022

Job Opening: Executive Director and Chief Executive – Leadership Tyler

 

Qualified and eligible individuals interested in applying for this position may submit a resume to Leadership Tyler Search Committee no later than Wednesday, April 6th.  Send to info@leadershiptyler.org.

 

Interviews will be held on Thursday, April 14th.

 

Job Summary:

The chief executive partners with the board to provide leadership, vision, and strategic direction for the organization and to develop organizational strategy. The chief executive implements board approved policies, manages fiscal resources, programs and operations; provides facilitation at various LT programs; and represents the organization in the community. Specific responsibilities include, and may be completed with support from appropriate committees:

 

  • Oversee the development, implementation, and evaluation of programs and services that support the mission
  • Leading the staff and board in developing a realistic annual budget, and making financial decisions consistent with the budget as approved by the board
  • Developing an infrastructure (board, staff, &/or volunteers) that supports the efficient delivery of programs and services, accomplishment of major goals identified in the strategic plan, and effective overall management
  • Hiring and managing the staff, including the implementation and ongoing revision of personnel policies approved by the board and managing the staff performance review process
  • Working with the Development Committee to identify and secure funding from both new and existing sources in support of the mission of the organization
  • Providing regular, timely internal financial statements, in conjunction with the finance committee, to the board that compare performance to budget and to the previous year or other benchmark
  • Planning for adequate cash flow to cover operational needs
  • Conducting multiyear financial analysis, analyzing trends, and engaging the board in strategic discussions, in conjunction with the finance committee, about financial stability and sustainability, including the development of adequate operating reserves
  • Complying with all local, state, and federal legal requirements
  • Building positive relationships with partner organizations, policymakers, media, and others
  • Representing the organization by participating in key associations and organizations, serving on committees and advisory groups, and speaking in public settings
  • Serves as chief spokesperson for Leadership Tyler and is responsible for all public relations
  • Ensuring the mission of our organization will continue to impact a diverse and representative group of leaders who are committed to this community’s growth, unity and prosperity
  • Performs other duties as directed by the Leadership Tyler board

 

Essential Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:

  1. Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office Applications.
  2. Basic knowledge in accounting and bookkeeping.
  3. Ability to communicate effectively with groups of executives/leaders, employees, LT alumni, core and EOS participants, media and general public.
  4. Ability to facilitate and integrate presentations, activities and experiences in a leadership learning environment.
  5. Detail oriented with a wide degree of creativity.
  6. Flexibility and capacity to work under time pressure.
  7. Ability to multitask as well as prioritize effectively under pressure.
  8. Ability to work well with a team as well as ability to operate independently.
  9. Ability to prepare reports, business correspondence, and presentations.
  10. Ability to travel occasionally to off-site and to out-of-town locations with occasional overnight stay.

 

Education/ Training

  1. Required bachelor’s degree from college or university
  2. Five years’ management and/or leadership experience
  3. Tangible experience in various community organizations

February 17, 2022

JOB TITLE: Human Resources Director
CLASSIFICATION: Exempt
REPORTS TO: Executive Director
PRIMARY LOCATION: Jacksonville office
SUMMARY OF JOB: Acts as Human Resources contact for all employees

 

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Human Resource Director will plan, lead, direct, develop, and coordinate the policies, activities, and staff ensuring legal compliance and implementation of the organizations mission and talent strategy.

 

DUTIES/RESPONSABILITIES:

  • Provides administrative and technical support.
  • Collaborates with leadership to understand the organizations’ goal and strategy related to staffing, recruiting and retention.
  • Plans, leads, develops, coordinates, and implements policies, processes, trainings, initiatives, and surveys to support the organizations human resource compliance and strategy needs.
  • Administers the human resource programs including, but not limited to, compensation, benefits, and leave; disciplinary matters; performance and talent management; productivity, recognition, and morale; training and development.
  • Monitors and ensures the organizations compliance with federal, state and local employment laws and regulations, and recommended best practices.
  • Maintains knowledge of trends, best practices, regulatory changes, and new technologies in human resources, talent management; applies this knowledge to communicate changes in policy, practice, and resources to upper management.
  • Maintaining training records.
  • Performs other duties as required.

 

SKILLS/ABILITIES:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal and negotiation skills.
  • Excellent attention to detail.
  • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Ability to adapt to change.
  • Ability to adapt to the needs of the organization and employees.
  • Ability to prioritize tasks
  • Knowledge of employment laws and regulations.
  • Proficient with Office 365 software

 

NECESSARY QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related field required. Master’s degree preferred.
  • Two-year Human Resource Management experience required.
  • SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP highly preferred.
  • Three background checks must be completed: Child abuse registry, sex offender registry and criminal history.

 

Candidates email resumes to dianav@mycrisiscenter.com

February 11, 2022

SRA School Coordinator Job Description

 

The School Coordinator will provide scheduling, and program planning to implement SRA education in local school districts. They will also assist the Program Director in grant management as needed. Coordinator will oversee schoolteachers who have been trained to implement the ESTEEM program.  The School Coordinator must be efficient, organized, resourceful, flexible, and function with strong communication and interpersonal skills in a fast-paced and confidential environment. Strong oral and written communication skills exhibited through a friendly attitude are very important. This position is 40 hours weekly.

 

Qualifications of the position:

Degree in related field preferred or a minimum of three years in similar field

Experience in scheduling oversight, reporting, and data management

Good knowledge of the east Texas area and its counties or willingness to learn

Computer skills including Microsoft Office, Google Drive, Zoom, etc.

Strong commitment to sexual risk avoidance values

A criminal background check prior to employment

A valid Texas driver’s license and reliable transportation

Interpersonal communication skills, attention to detail, and problem-solving skills

A high level of confidentiality and professional integrity

 

Responsibilities of the position:

Create relationships to implement SRA school program – cold calls, initial meetings, SHAC, board, cert. trainings, and parent nights

Maintain program school schedules – regular communication with director and team members

Prepare handouts and supplies for school presentations in English and Spanish

Organize workshop supplies and manage supply inventory

Execute program data entry and assist in data management for program evaluations

Oversee and review participation log accuracy from SRA team and classroom teachers (program attendance, mileage, etc.)

Monitor program policies, benchmarks, and program adherence

Assist with school educator observations

Provide support to the Program Director as needed

Plan service projects with SRA educators and classroom teachers

Attend weekly staff meetings and other state grant meetings as needed

 

Training and Support:

On-the-job training and support will be provided.

 

Position Reports to: Program Director

 

ASCEND Certified, MISH Certified, ESTEEM Certified

 

If you are interested in applying for this position, please forward resumes via email to Stephanie Fears at stephanie@mercymanor.com

February 9, 2022

United Way of Smith County

Job Posting

 

Position Title:  Information & Referral Specialist

Department:  2-1-1 East Texas Region                                         Reports to:  Director

FLSA:  Administrative, Non-Exempt                                             Salary:  $12.50/hour – $12.75/hour

Full-time/Part-time:  Full-time                                                       Shift:  Days (M-F, 8:00AM-5:00PM)

 

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

The Information & Referral (I&R) Specialist is responsible for providing skilled information and referral services on health and social service programs in response to telephone, electronic and other inquiries; providing crisis intervention, follow-up, and advocacy services when necessary; and tracking gaps in services.  I&R Specialist works under general supervision with latitude for use of initiative and independent judgment.

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Answer the phone line in an efficient, professional, non-judgmental manner.  Interviews inquirers and assesses service needs.  Provide appropriate and accurate referrals to inquirers.  Determine and document unmet needs when there is not an appropriate referral available to provide to an inquirer.  Perform extensive data entry.  Participate in the planning and implementation of Outreach Activities.  Apply crisis and emergency protocols.  Perform related work or special projects as assigned.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services field.
  • Experience may be substituted on a year for year basis if the person holding this position does not have a Bachelor’s Degree in a human services field, in which case said person must have a minimum of four (4) years of related experience and must have a High School Diploma or GED.
  • Experience in a call center setting may be substituted on a two-year for one-year basis if the person holding this position does not have a Bachelor’s Degree in a human services or business field, in which case said person must have a minimum of two (2) years of call center experience or in social service delivery and must have a High School Diploma or GED.

 

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Other Characteristics:

  • Knowledge of interviewing and referral techniques.
  • Knowledge of health and social services available in the East Texas Region and state/federal social services agencies and programs.
  • Excellent data entry skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal and problem solving skills. Outstanding organizational and stress management skills.
  • Ability to maintain high ethical standards and confidentiality in accordance with United Way, AIRS, state and federal standards and policies.
  • Ability to communicate effectively using correct grammar in written and oral form.
  • Ability to work independently and in team setting. Self-awareness and positive attitude are essential.
  • Ability to work flexible schedule (evenings, weekends, holidays) during times of disaster or other times of organizational need.
  • Ability to multi-task in fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to sit for extended periods of time.
  • Bilingual (English Spanish) preferred.
  • Must have reliable personal transportation to navigate from place to place throughout the 14-county East Texas Region.

 

Certificates and Licenses REQUIRED

  • Must have and maintain a valid Texas Drivers’ License and provide proof of current auto liability insurance as required by the state.
  • Must complete AIRS Certified Information and Referral Specialist (CIRS) Certification (based on experience within time frame to be determined upon employment).

 

To Apply:  Submit resume or completed application to Finance Associate via Email:  kmalcolm@uwtyler.org  or mail to:

Chief Financial Officer, United Way of Smith County, PO Box 10029, Tyler TX 75711-0029.   No phone calls or walk-ins.

 

February 1, 2022

 

Executive Director- American Red Cross Serving East Texas

 

 

Join us—Where your Career is a Force for Good!

 

Job Description:

As one of the nation’s premier humanitarian organizations, the American Red Cross is dedicated to helping people in need throughout the United States and, in association with other Red Cross networks, throughout the world. We depend on the many generous contributions of time, blood, and money from the American public to support our lifesaving services and programs. If you share our passion for helping people, join us in this excellent career opportunity. This position involves very little operational responsibility. It is an external-facing, community relations position. The successful candidate must be comfortable being the face of the Red Cross in their assigned territory.

Reporting to the Regional Executive, the Executive Director (Markets with Red Cross Blood Collections) is the face of the Red Cross in their chapter territory and in markets without volunteer leaders. This position is responsible for the following key areas within the defined territory: blood sponsor relationship management, fundraising, and management of the local Board of Directors and United Way relationships, as applicable. The Executive Director recruits and manages a team of volunteer Community Volunteer Leaders (CVL)s. This position is responsible for monthly, quarterly and annual attainment of both revenue and blood collection goals with a portfolio that is balanced evenly between revenue goals and blood collection goals.

 

Responsibilities:
1. Blood Sponsor Relationship Management: Cultivates, manages and stewards key community stakeholders to increase blood drive sponsors/donors, volunteer partners and engagement (example: faith-based; colleges/universities, civic, NGOs/NPOs and organizations reflective of community). Working in partnership with donor recruitment, the Executive Director is responsible for managing designated sponsor relationships. The Executive Director will be responsible for achieving blood collection goals. These goals are met by 1) securing commitment from an executive or other sponsor decision maker to organize multiple blood drives throughout the year, which facilitates that account manager “booking” blood drives on specific dates with the sponsor’s blood drive coordinator and 2) work collaboratively with the executive/sponsor decision maker, Red Cross account manager and sponsor blood drive coordinator to ensure sufficient sign-ups are attained to successfully execute the blood drive.
2. Enhances community presence: builds/gains or rebuilds/regains presence in defined market. Cultivates, manages and stewards external partner relationships to help create and maintain connectedness within defined community including elected officials and key governmental partners.
3. Fundraising: Supports fundraising efforts through the following: manages local United Way relationships as appropriate; manages select local major donors; and manages the Board of Directors (including annual Board contributions), manages set of accounts for fundraising goal. Ensures Board of Directors are leveraged effectively throughout the fundraising and blood drive sponsor recruitment process. Cultivates and nurtures major donors to include individual, corporate or foundations as appropriate. Ensures all donor activity is reported in Salesforce in a timely and accurate manner.
4. Manage Board of Directors and Community Volunteer Leaders: Recruit, engage and steward Board of Directors and Community Volunteer Leaders (CVL)s. Manage annual Board Campaign, ensuring 100% participation. Engages Board of Directors throughout the fundraising and blood drive sponsor recruitment process. Encourages Board members to host blood drives or donate blood to help achieve regional blood collection goal. Supports the efforts of other community boards that may exist within the chapter’s jurisdiction as needed. The Executive Director provides leadership and direction to a team of Community Volunteer Leaders (CVL)s. The Executive Director and CVLs partner with designated donor recruitment staff to effectively meet blood drive sponsorship goals and objectives.

Qualifications:
Education: Four-year college degree (BS/BA) in Business, Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, Finance or non-profit administration or equivalent experience required. Prefer Master’s degree in the field of community organization, public or business administration or non-profit management.

Experience: Minimum of 3 years related experience. Demonstrated ability to exercise good and timely judgment in complex situations. Demonstrated ability for strong communications and influencing skills along with public speaking and writing. Demonstrated ability to develop and implement fundraising strategies. Demonstrated ability to build sustain community relationships/partnerships. Proven experience in influencing others and building relationships. Minimum 1-year related management/supervisory experience.

Skills & Abilities: Experience working in an environment requiring flexibility and managing change. Proficient with MS Office software, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Familiarity with federal state and local employment laws.

Travel: Travel within communities serviced and region. May include sitting for long periods of time, driving a vehicle and working under challenging conditions. A current valid driver’s license and good driving record is required.

 

By joining the American Red Cross, you will touch millions of lives every year and experience the greatness of the human spirit at its best.  Are you ready to be part of  the world’s largest humanitarian network?

 

The American Red Cross is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.

 

To apply go to : https://tinyurl.com/yckt4apa  Please use Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.  In order to receive full consideration,  upload a formatted copy of your updated resume, when applying to this position.

 

**** As a condition of employment with American Red Cross, you are required to provide proof that you are fully vaccinated for COVID 19 or qualify for an exemption, except in states where it is prohibited by law. Accordingly, employment is conditioned on providing proof of vaccination or having an approved exemption prior to starting employment ****

 

 

 

December 16, 2021

Program Delivery Specialist – In School (East Texas)

Job Details

Level: Entry

Job Location: East Texas – Tyler, TX

Remote Type: N/A

Position Type: Part Time

Education Level: High School

Salary Range: $10.50

Travel Percentage: Undisclosed

Job Shift: Undisclosed

Job Category: Education

Description

JOB SUMMARY:

The Program Delivery Specialist will assist GSNETX in the organization, delivery, implementation, and assessment of the Community Partnerships in school program. In collaboration with local schools, nonprofit or community organizations, the Program Delivery Specialist will facilitate girls’ grades K-12 through a quality Girl Scout Leadership Experience that is aligned with, and results in, Girl Scout leadership outcomes, promotes Girl Scout and GSNETX values, and incorporates the principles of girl led, experiential and cooperative learning. In response to the COVID- 19 pandemic, Program Delivery Specialist may facilitate through virtual, or teleservice opportunities as assigned and approved by the supervisor.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: (This list may not include all the duties assigned)

 

  • Travel to various schools or other locations to facilitate programs and events which promote the Girl Scout Leadership Experience.  Travel may be up to 80 miles/day with mileage reimbursement.
  • Facilitate programming modules, including virtual or live-stream events and activities.
  • Serves as and is responsible for being a role model/mentor for participants in behavior and attitude while following the Girl Scout Promise and Law and GSNETX policy and procedures.
  • Facilitates Girl Scout traditions and encourages Girl Scout ways.
  • Assist in providing opportunities for participants to experience personal and group success.
  • Remain focused on girl experiences and processes and how they impact short and mid-term outcomes.
  • Assist with pre- and post- event support, including but not limited to program/event planning, check-in, check-out, attendance, post reflective feedback administration, supply coordination, set-up, and clean-up.
  • Ensures participants understand and follow safety and education procedures.
  • Assists in the care of the physical facilities (GSENTX service centers and partner locations) and equipment, including but not limited to program kits, activity materials, program closets and cabinets.
  • With guidance from supervisor, design, create, and implement programming that is high quality, robust and deliberate in design.
  • Research, collect, and communicate examples of high-quality programming.
  • Creates, reviews, and revises curriculum, as necessary.
  • Recognizes and responds to opportunities for problem-solving.
  • Responsible for the collection of program material correspondence, reports and emails including registration, attendance, agreements, and permission slips.
  • Communicate effectively with girls, parents, partner staff and community.
  • Assist with promotion of Community Partnership programming modules and girl participation.
  • Ensures programming remains outcomes-focused, the experience meets the objectives and goals of the program. Ensures compliance with Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) risk management practices and other governance authorities for all programs.
  • Remain flexible and adaptable to changing schedules and direction given by supervisors to ensure the program is meeting the needs of our partners and organization.
  • Attends essential meetings and trainings.
  • Corresponds with teachers, staff, parents, and caregivers as needed to complete reports, gather data, obtain permissions, send reminders, and communications.
  • Collaborate, distribute, and collect girls, parents, teachers, staff program feedback forms.
  • Assist with council-led activities and events as assigned at council and partner sites.
  • Assist, participate and mentor girls during the Cookie Program to establish goal setting, time management, budgeting, people skills, and business ethics.
  • Gathers program supplies needed for lesson/activity.
  • Coordinates and assists in field trips, special events, and take-action projects (some weekends).
  • Serves as site representative for GSNETX at partner sites.
  • Identifies and communicates partner sites needs to Supervisor to foster program improvements for effective and efficient achievement of outcomes.
  • Administrative duties as assigned.

 

OTHER

  • Must be able to travel within established geographic areas and council service centers, as necessary.
  • Must have reliable transportation, hold a valid drivers’ license, and meet GSNETX driving record & automobile insurance requirements.
  • Performs other duties, as assigned.

 

CORE COMPETENCIES:

 

  • Communication skills (verbal, written and interpersonal)
  • Knowledge of Microsoft 365
  • Critical Thinking Skills
  • Problem Solving/Solution Oriented
  • Exceptional Customer Service
  • Ability to work independently, successfully.
  • Time Management Skills
  • Collaborative-Team Focus
  • Leadership/Role Model
  • Achieves Results
  • Planning and Organizing
  • Relationship Building/Effective Conflict Resolution Skills

 

Qualifications

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

 

  • Bilingual (preferred, but not required).
  • Must be available between 8am-4pm (M-F), some Saturdays.
  • Education background preferred. Girl Scout and Nonprofit experience is a plus.
  • Working knowledge of best practices in nonprofit and/or education.
  • Must be a US citizen or legal permanent resident and authorized to work in the U.S.
  • Must be at least 18 years old.
  • High school graduate with at least 2 years of work or volunteer related experience or some college.
  • Knowledge of ability to work with adults and student grades K-12th.
  • Knowledge of Girl Scout Program and Traditions helpful, but not required.
  • Ability to communicate and work with minimum supervision and integrity.
  • Demonstrates and promotes a climate of courtesy, respect, and professionalism to coworkers, the volunteers served by this council, and others with whom her/his position puts her/him in contact.
  • Public speaking experience.
  • Ability to care for technology that is assigned, full responsibility for any damaged equipment.
  • Ability to manage a class size up to 25, per adult.
  • Willingness to work a flexible schedule including evenings and weekends.
  • Adheres to the GSNETX’s equal opportunity and non-discrimination policies, which ensure that there will be no discrimination based on race, color, ethnicity, sex, creed, national origin, socioeconomic status, disability, or age.
  • Must hold membership in the Girl Scout organization and subscribe to the tenets of the Girl Scout Promise and Law. Girl Scout membership fees are $25 and can be payroll deductible.
  • Attendance is an essential job requirement defined as having regular, consistent, reliable, punctual, and predictable attendance including the ability to work regular hours and shifts, before and after hours, and on weekends, when required.
  • Must complete and pass a criminal background check.
  • General knowledge of East Texas region, the cultures, and needs inherent in urban areas will help to serve girls more effectively within our schools.
  • Genuine concern for the future and well-being of girls that have various socio-economic barriers.
  • Follow expectations and guidelines.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this position, the employee is regularly required to speak or hear. The employee frequently is required to use hands or fingers, handle or feel objects, tools, or controls.  The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl, work in an office environment, work in a seated position, and work with computers.

The employee must be able to drive and have a valid driver’s license.  The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this position include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, and the ability to adjust focus.  The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.  

CERTIFICATIONS/LICENSES:

  • GSNETX will provide CPR/AED and First Aid training and certification, as required for assignment.
  • GSNETX will provide Safety, Child Abuse, and Child Neglect training per state regulation requirements.
  • GSNETX may provide additional certifications and trainings as deemed necessary.

Applications should be emailed to Brenda Rozinsky at bronzinsky@gsnetx.org

December 14, 2021

Your Philanthropy, Inc.

Job Description:

Grants Associate
Your Philanthropy (www.your-philanthropy.com)
Tyler, TX

Part-Time Contract Position (up to 30 hours)
$25 an hour
Hybrid work model (remote and office hours)

General Description

The Grants Associate will provide ongoing support and collaboration to the family foundation clients and donors. The GA will share responsibility for the back-office support services from grant intake through payments, reporting and grant closeout, and serve as an important resource to foundation directors and grant applicants.

Specific Responsibilities

  1. Assists grantees throughout the proposal process responding to grantee questions regarding proposal status, subsequent payments, and other administrative inquiries.
  2. Tracks and reviews grant proposals and progress reports for completeness and compliance with IRS regulation reviewing for completeness and ensures compliance with individual foundation client standards.
  3. Reviews prospective grantee financial statements and organizational budgets.
  4. Coordinates preparation of declination letters to grant applicants that will not receive grants.
  5. Coordinates grant notification letters.
  6. Updates grant records in the grants management system.
  7. Assists the EVP in preparation and review of foundation meeting agendas, preparation of dashboards and other data visualizations to reflect a foundation’s state of grant-making and recommendations.
  8. Reviews progress report budget to ensure that grantee expenditures are consistent with the approved grant budget when appropriate.
  9. Follows up with grantees regarding required paperwork, progress reports and end of year grant reports.
  10. Assists the EVP in developing and maintaining the online grant portals for each foundation.
  11. Answers general research program questions received by phone/email.
  12. Assists in website management and development for foundation clients when appropriate.
  13. Assists the EVP with the management of long-range planning such as preparing an annual grants management calendar to be used by all staff and individual foundation board members.
  14. Assists the EVP in creation and development of new and better ways to meet and exceed high performance of grant administration functions striving to make the grant administration process as efficient and effective as possible and to ensure quality service to each foundation client.
  15. Assists with special projects as requested.

 

Qualifications

This position requires strong analytical skills, particularly with financial data and budgets, as well as demonstrated verbal and written communication skills. Candidates must be detail-oriented with strong organizational skills, able to set priorities and work in a self-directed fashion, and willing and able to think outside the box and contribute new ideas and solutions. High-level proficiency of MS Excel, MS Word, MS Outlook, and Adobe Acrobat is required. Knowledge of WordPress and Foundant or other grants management software is helpful.

The Grants Associate must be flexible, a team player requiring minimal supervision and one who approaches work with a solution-oriented view. The company has a relatively small staff. Sound judgment, integrity, and a sense of humor are traits that are particularly important in an organization of this size where teamwork is essential to effectiveness. The ability to work collegially with staff and an expressed interest in and strong commitment to the company’s mission and service to foundation and donor clients are key qualifications.

Email resume to Margie Boyd (margie@your-philanthropy.com)

December 13, 2021

Northeast Texas Habitat for Humanity

Job openings with immediate start

 

Development Director

 

Northeast Texas Habitat for Humanity, a 36-year-old nonprofit affordable housing organization  located in Longview, TX and serving Gregg, Harrison, and Upshur counties, TX. Is seeking an experienced non-profit resource development professional to join our Leadership Team.

Preferred experienced:

  • Annual development planning
  • Appeals and Campaigns
  • Major gifts solicitation
  • Grant writing and administration
  • Special events
  • Planned Giving
  • Cultivation and stewarding of donor relationships.

Must possess strong organizational skills, excellent written and verbal skill mastery.

Salary $53-60K DOE. Health plan (75% paid by employer), 401K (with match), and generous PTO. Group dental and vision insurance available. Cell phone stipend. The position requires occasional weekend and evening work hours to facilitate events and build donor relationships.

Send resume to:

director@netxhabitat.org

No walk-ins or phone calls accepted.

 

 

Executive Assistant to the CEO

Northeast Texas Habitat for Humanity, a 36-year-old nonprofit affordable housing organization  located in Longview, TX and serving Gregg, Harrison, and Upshur counties, TX. Is seeking an experienced non-profit executive administrative professional to join our Longview team.

 

Reporting directly to the CEO the Executive Assistant provides executive support in a one-to-one working relationship.

 

This position requires

  • The ability to communicate with executive level individuals, major donors, and board of directors in a friendly, professional and efficient manner as a representative of the organization and the CEO.
  • Excellent communication ability by phone, writing and in person.
  • Expert skill utilizing word processing, spreadsheet and presentation software.
  • Managing vendor relationships, and basic bookkeeping tasks including AR/AP and file management. QuickBooks experience a plus.
  • Be organized and flexible with a professional demeanor and appearance. The ability to work independently in a fast paced environment, manage multiple tasks and consistently meet deadlines.

Salary $45-47K DOE. Health plan (75% paid by employer), 401K, and generous PTO. Group dental and vision insurance available. The position may require occasional weekend and evening work.

Send Resume to:

director@netxhabitat.org

No walk-ins or phone calls accepted.

 

 

 

 

 

Volunteer & Outreach Coordinator

Northeast Texas Habitat for Humanity, a 36-year-old nonprofit affordable housing  construction and repair organization  located in Longview, TX and serving Gregg, Harrison, and Upshur counties, TX. Is seeking a Volunteer & Outreach Coordinator to join our Longview team.

Responsibilities include:

  • Planning, coordination, and execution of all volunteer activities of the organization.
  • Developing and coordinate the volunteer recruitment and recognition program
  • Recruiting volunteers for builds, office and Restore.
  • Attend community outreach activities.
  • Daily facility coordination, phone, lobby and guest management.
  • Serve as administrative assistant to the Operations Director.
  • Occasional evening and Saturday work is required

Minimum Applicant requirements:

Preferred one year office experience

Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Intermediate to expert skill utilizing Microsoft office and Excel.

Willingness to work independently and effectively in an organized fashion manage multiple tasks and consistently meet deadlines.

 

Salary $ 35-36K DOE.  Includes health plan (75% paid by employer) and generous PTO package, group dental, vision and 401k (with match) available.  Occasional evening and Saturday is required.

 

Send Resume to:

Operations@netxhabitat.org

No walk-ins or phone calls accepted.

 

 

All candidates must have reliable transportation and the ability to complete a criminal background and OFAC screening.

October 6, 2021

ReHabitat Director

Reports directly to the Director of Operations

 

Purpose of Position: 

 

To work with ReHabitat clientele and oversee all functions related to the operation of the ReHabitat Division.

 

Key Responsibility Area: Inspection of Client Property

 

  • Inspect the client’s property to determine if the home meets ReHabitat repair criteria.
  • Determine if the property should be classified as a “walk-away” due to the magnitude of repairs.
  • Take photos of the client property.

 

Key Responsibility Area: Develop a Scope of Work

 

  • Develop the Scope of Work that will be used for bidding the project.
  • Review the Scope of Work with the client and ensure that the scope encompasses the client’s critical needs.
  • Include photos of all areas included in the Scope of Work.

 

Key Responsibility Area: Oversee the Bid Process and the Contractor Selection/Award Process

 

  • Procure bids from Certified Habitat Contractors
  • Schedule Pre-Construction meetings with the client and the Certified Contractor.
  • Schedule the construction start and end dates.

 

Key Responsibility Area: Project Management

 

  • Regularly inspect the client project throughout the duration of the project.
  • Once the project is completed, schedule the Post Construction Meeting with the client and contractor and obtain signed Completion documents from both the contractor and client.
  • Take photos of all areas that were included in the scope.

 

To apply for this position please submit a resume to Carl A. Watson Director of Operations at cwatson@smithcountyhabitat.org.

December 13, 2021

Northeast Texas Habitat for Humanity

Job openings with immediate start

 

Development Director

 

Northeast Texas Habitat for Humanity, a 36-year-old nonprofit affordable housing organization  located in Longview, TX and serving Gregg, Harrison, and Upshur counties, TX. Is seeking an experienced non-profit resource development professional to join our Leadership Team.

Preferred experienced:

  • Annual development planning
  • Appeals and Campaigns
  • Major gifts solicitation
  • Grant writing and administration
  • Special events
  • Planned Giving
  • Cultivation and stewarding of donor relationships.

Must possess strong organizational skills, excellent written and verbal skill mastery.

Salary $53-60K DOE. Health plan (75% paid by employer), 401K (with match), and generous PTO. Group dental and vision insurance available. Cell phone stipend. The position requires occasional weekend and evening work hours to facilitate events and build donor relationships.

Send resume to:

director@netxhabitat.org

No walk-ins or phone calls accepted.

 

 

Executive Assistant to the CEO

Northeast Texas Habitat for Humanity, a 36-year-old nonprofit affordable housing organization  located in Longview, TX and serving Gregg, Harrison, and Upshur counties, TX. Is seeking an experienced non-profit executive administrative professional to join our Longview team.

 

Reporting directly to the CEO the Executive Assistant provides executive support in a one-to-one working relationship.

 

This position requires

  • The ability to communicate with executive level individuals, major donors, and board of directors in a friendly, professional and efficient manner as a representative of the organization and the CEO.
  • Excellent communication ability by phone, writing and in person.
  • Expert skill utilizing word processing, spreadsheet and presentation software.
  • Managing vendor relationships, and basic bookkeeping tasks including AR/AP and file management. QuickBooks experience a plus.
  • Be organized and flexible with a professional demeanor and appearance. The ability to work independently in a fast paced environment, manage multiple tasks and consistently meet deadlines.

Salary $45-47K DOE. Health plan (75% paid by employer), 401K, and generous PTO. Group dental and vision insurance available. The position may require occasional weekend and evening work.

Send Resume to:

director@netxhabitat.org

No walk-ins or phone calls accepted.

 

 

 

 

 

Volunteer & Outreach Coordinator

Northeast Texas Habitat for Humanity, a 36-year-old nonprofit affordable housing  construction and repair organization  located in Longview, TX and serving Gregg, Harrison, and Upshur counties, TX. Is seeking a Volunteer & Outreach Coordinator to join our Longview team.

Responsibilities include:

  • Planning, coordination, and execution of all volunteer activities of the organization.
  • Developing and coordinate the volunteer recruitment and recognition program
  • Recruiting volunteers for builds, office and Restore.
  • Attend community outreach activities.
  • Daily facility coordination, phone, lobby and guest management.
  • Serve as administrative assistant to the Operations Director.
  • Occasional evening and Saturday work is required

Minimum Applicant requirements:

Preferred one year office experience

Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Intermediate to expert skill utilizing Microsoft office and Excel.

Willingness to work independently and effectively in an organized fashion manage multiple tasks and consistently meet deadlines.

 

Salary $ 35-36K DOE.  Includes health plan (75% paid by employer) and generous PTO package, group dental, vision and 401k (with match) available.  Occasional evening and Saturday is required.

 

Send Resume to:

Operations@netxhabitat.org

No walk-ins or phone calls accepted.

 

 

All candidates must have reliable transportation and the ability to complete a criminal background and OFAC screening.

October 6, 2021

ReHabitat Director

Reports directly to the Director of Operations

 

Purpose of Position: 

 

To work with ReHabitat clientele and oversee all functions related to the operation of the ReHabitat Division.

 

Key Responsibility Area: Inspection of Client Property

 

  • Inspect the client’s property to determine if the home meets ReHabitat repair criteria.
  • Determine if the property should be classified as a “walk-away” due to the magnitude of repairs.
  • Take photos of the client property.

 

Key Responsibility Area: Develop a Scope of Work

 

  • Develop the Scope of Work that will be used for bidding the project.
  • Review the Scope of Work with the client and ensure that the scope encompasses the client’s critical needs.
  • Include photos of all areas included in the Scope of Work.

 

Key Responsibility Area: Oversee the Bid Process and the Contractor Selection/Award Process

 

  • Procure bids from Certified Habitat Contractors
  • Schedule Pre-Construction meetings with the client and the Certified Contractor.
  • Schedule the construction start and end dates.

 

Key Responsibility Area: Project Management

 

  • Regularly inspect the client project throughout the duration of the project.
  • Once the project is completed, schedule the Post Construction Meeting with the client and contractor and obtain signed Completion documents from both the contractor and client.
  • Take photos of all areas that were included in the scope.

 

To apply for this position please submit a resume to Carl A. Watson Director of Operations at cwatson@smithcountyhabitat.org.

October 6, 2021

CASA FOR KIDS OF EAST TEXAS

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT COORDINATOR 

 

Employee Classification:

Full time, Monday – Friday 8:30 – 5:00

Occasional evenings and weekends required

 

Salary and Benefits:

 

$38,000 – $41,000 annually based on qualifications

Paid holidays, paid time off, currently covering employee’s health dental vision and life insurance.

 

Summary

 

CASA for Kids of East Texas has an exciting opportunity for a Community Engagement Coordinator to recruit and train volunteer advocates who work with abused and neglected Children.  The selected candidate will be professional, dynamic, proficient in organization representation, communication, and presentation skills.  Experience with volunteers and training preferred.

 

Primary Duties

 

  • Recruit volunteers to serve as court appointed volunteer advocates.
  • Represent organization in the community at events, conferences, fairs, meetings, businesses etc.
  • Contact organizations and groups and schedule presentations.
  • Complete background checks.
  • Facilitate new volunteer training and assist with continuing education.
  • Assist with organization events.

 

 

 

Qualifications

 

  • Bachelor’s degree in public relations, communications or marketing preferred.
  • Experience recruiting and/or working with volunteers.
  • Excellent written and oral communication and presentation skills.
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends and travel throughout Smith County and occasionally Van Zandt and Wood Counties.
  • Ability to maintain confidential information.
  • Must be able to pass background check.
  • Must have reliable transportation
  • Ability to lift and carry 30 lbs. and set up and dissemble display banners and tables.

 

Our dynamic team of staff and volunteers works passionately for abused and neglected children in our community.  If this sounds like the perfect opportunity for you, please email a cover letter, salary history or salary requirements and your resume to maryjo@casaforkidsofet.org.  Benefits include health insurance, paid holidays, and PTO.  No phone inquiries please.  CASA is an equal opportunity employer and encourages diverse applicants.

August 10, 2021

 

The mission of CARE is to restore lives wounded by abortion & educate the community of its consequences.

 

Christ-centered Abortion Recovery & Education (CARE) seeks Executive Director. Must be a committed Christian and value life from conception. Must have a heart for those hurting from the pain of abortion and be able to offer nonjudgmental support to those facing unplanned pregnancies or trauma from a past abortion experience. Ideal candidate will have an associates degree or higher and 5+ years non-profit experience.  This job requires attention to detail, the ability to connect with others, build community relationships and work well with our governance board.  The Executive Director is responsible for financial and administrative operations, marketing, and providing ministerial support to our clients, including prayer and godly counsel.

 

To apply: Please email resume along with a cover letter expressing why you believe you will be a good addition to this ministry to careteaminfo@yahoo.com or in person by appointment only by calling 903-944-7852.

 

Employment Classification, Salary and Benefits:

  • Full-time
  • 25,000-36,000 depending on experience
  • Paid time off
  • Holiday pay

 

CARE Executive Director Job Description

 

The Executive Director is the key management leader of CARE (Christ-centered Abortion Recovery & Education). The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization. Other key duties include fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors.

 

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

1) Board Governance: Works with board in order to fulfill the organization mission.

 

  • Responsible for leading CARE in a manner that supports and guides the organization’s mission as defined by the Board of Directors.
  • Responsible for communicating effectively with the Board and providing, in a timely and accurate manner, all information necessary for the Board to function properly and to make informed decisions.

 

2) Financial Performance and Viability: Develops resources sufficient to ensure the financial health of the organization.

 

  • Responsible for the fiscal integrity of CARE to include submission to the Board of a proposed annual budget and monthly financial statements, which accurately reflect the financial condition of the organization.
  • Responsible for fiscal management that generally anticipates operating within the approved budget, ensures maximum resource utilization, and maintenance of the organization in a positive financial position.
  • Responsible for fundraising and developing other resources necessary to support CARE’s mission.

 

3) Organization Mission and Strategy: Works with board, staff & volunteers to ensure that the mission is fulfilled through programs, strategic planning and community outreach.

  • Responsible for implementation of CARE’s programs that carry out the organization’s mission.
  • Responsible for strategic planning to ensure that CARE can successfully fulfill its Mission into the future.
  • Responsible for the enhancement of CARE’s image by being active and visible in the community and by working closely with other professional, civic and private organizations.

 

4) Organization Operations. Oversees and implements appropriate resources to ensure that the operations of the organization are appropriate.

 

  • Responsible effective administration of CARE operations.
  • Responsible for the hiring and retention of competent, qualified staff & volunteers.
  • Responsible for signing all notes, agreements, and other instruments made and entered into and on behalf of the organization.

 

5) Ministerial Support

 

  • Pray for and support the mission of CARE, to support the healing of post-abortive men and women and to pray and support other sister organization that support pro-life
  • Research and find speaking engagements to furthering the mission of CARE.
  • Must complete the Forgiven and Set Free bible studies (or the bible studies that are being used at the time) whether post-abortive or not.
  • Must maintain a Christian lifestyle that represents Jesus our Lord and Savior. Any action that goes against Christian ethics is grounds for dismissal.

 

Professional Qualifications:

 

  • An Associate’s degree or higher preferred
  • Transparent and high integrity leadership
  • Solid, hands-on, budget management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, decision-making and reporting
  • Strong organizational abilities including planning, delegating, program development and task facilitation
  • Ability to convey a vision of CARE’s strategic future to staff, board, volunteers and donors
  • Knowledge of fundraising strategies and donor relations unique to nonprofit sector
  • Skills to collaborate with and motivate board members and other volunteers
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to interface and engage diverse volunteer and donor groups
  • Demonstrated ability to oversee and collaborate with staff
  • Strong public speaking ability

 

Actual Job Responsibilities:

 

  • Planning and operation of annual budget.
  • Establishing employment and administrative policies and procedures for all functions and for the day-to-day operation of the nonprofit.
  • Serving as CARE’s primary spokesperson to the organization’s constituents, the media and the general public.
  • Establish and maintain relationships with various organizations throughout the state and utilize those relationships to strategically enhance CARE’s Mission.
  • Report to and work closely with the Board of Directors to seek their involvement in policy decisions, fundraising and to increase the overall visibility of the Foundation throughout the State.
  • Supervise; collaborate with organization staff & volunteers.
  • Strategic planning and implementation.
  • Oversee organization Board and committee meetings.
  • Oversee marketing and other communications efforts.
  • Review and approve contracts for services.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors