Job Board

Interested in working for one of our volunteer programs? View the latest openings below!

 
Co-Director
 
Description: The Co-Director will be responsible for specific program functions while learning about the program and its mission in order to assume full program director responsibility in early 2015. Co-directors will provide vision, leadership and management of various aspects of the program. The incumbent will initially be accountable for ensuring that Change A Heart operates in conformance to the goals established in the program's strategic plan; complying with the requirements of the federal AmeriCorps program; overseeing the recruitment of new members; ensuring the financial viability of the program; and fostering relationships within the community.
   
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and at least five years of related experience; Financial acumen as demonstrated in prior program experience; Interest in serving a faith-based non-profit agency; Effective interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills; Sound organizational, prioritization and project implementation skills; Strong PC and technological proficiency; Strong supervisory skills; Prior personal service experience is a plus.
 
Send applications or inquiries to bludlum@sosf.org.
 
 
Jesuit Volunteer Program Manager 
 
Description: JVC Northwest is hiring a Jesuit Volunteer Program Manager (PM)
to begin in late June/early July, 2014.  The full-time position based in Portland, OR, is responsible for managing all aspects of the Jesuit Volunteer (JV) program centered upon the mission of Jesuit Volunteer Corps (JVC) Northwest and the four JVC Northwest values. The PM is the supervisor and facilitator of the program coordinator team comprised of all the program coordinators (PCs). The PM works closely with the AmeriCorps program manager to ensure program alignment with grant requirements. 
 
Qualifications: The position requires supervisory experience or commensurate leadership experience, excellent organizational, oral and written communication skills, and one to two years working directly with people living on the margins of society, preferably as a Jesuit Volunteer. Prior experience in development and delivery and/or management of programs and/or retreats preferred.

For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 
Montana Program Coordinator
Description: JVC NW is hiring a Montana Program Coordinator (PC)to begin in late June/early July, 2014.  The full-time position based in Portland, OR, is highly collaborative and involves significant travel. The Program Coordinator supports and challenges 20-27 full-time Jesuit Volunteers/AmeriCorps members living in intentional communities and serving with people who are on the margins in society. The PC will support communities in the state of Montana.

Qualifications:
The position requires at least one year post-graduate experience in social activism, pastoral ministry and/or counseling, spiritual growth development, community building and work with diverse peoples.  Organizational skills are important as well as the ability to work independently and as part of a team. Former Jesuit Volunteers preferred.

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Operations Manager
The Haitian Project
  
DescriptionThe Haitian Project through Louverture Cleary School, its Catholic, co-educational boarding school in Haiti, educates and nurtures academically talented and motivated students from Haitian families who cannot afford the cost of their children's education.This entry level management position will be responsible for managing general operations as needed in our U.S. office and also at the school in Haiti. There is real potential for growth in this position and the right candidate will be a dynamic person who makes a long-term investment in our mission.
 
Qualifications: The successful candidate will have demonstrated operations and project management experience. They should also have some familiarity with financial reporting and budgeting and experience in personnel management. Prior experience in education, particularly in operating a school, is a plus. Another plus would be experience in facilities/physical plant management. Experience working overseas with a foreign mission project is preferred. This position requires frequent domestic and international travel, including possible relocation to Haiti for 6 to 12 month periods.
Please submit your resume and a cover letter that explains your particular interest in The Haitian Project to: search@haitianproject.org.
 
House Responsible/Resident Manager 
 
Description: This position carries the responsibilities of Resident Manager in compliance with Multnomah County Adult Care Home licensing requirements, ensuring quality care for core members (community members with intellectual disabilities). The House Responsible works cooperatively with the other L'Arche Assistants and the Community Leadership Team to create and support community life in our homes.
  
Qualifications: One-year of verifiable experience working with people with intellectual disabilities; at least 21 years old; valid driver's license; able to make a minimum 12-month commitment. (Previous L'Arche experience preferred.)   
 
Please contact the L'Arche office for an application or more information at info@larche-portland.orgor (503) 251-6901.
 
 
Dean of Academics 
 
Description: The Dean of Academics (DA) is responsible for creating and maintaining all academic programming to lead Boys Hope Girls Hope of New York (BHGHNY) scholars to academic success. BHGHNY is a non-profit organization operating an urban boarding program for socioeconomically disadvantaged but academically capable young men and women in grades nine through twelve.
 
Qualifications: Proven dedication to educational equality; A degree in education or similar, Masters preferred; At least 2 years as a teacher, dean or similar school employee, 5 years preferred, and demonstrated success in that position; A proven understanding of how people learn, differentiation, structure, how schools work, etc.;  Excellent discipline and classroom management skills; Excellent communication (written and verbal), leadership skills, interpersonal skills, organizational skills; Ability to multi-task and prioritize workload, patience, dedication, willingness to grow; Experience working with or in Catholic college-prep high schools a plus.
  
Please send a resume and cover letter to Ms. Caela Carter at bhghsummer@gmail.com. Please include the name, relationship, phone number and/or email address of two professional references.
 
 
Summer School Teacher
  
Description: Boys Hope Girls Hope of New York (BHGHNY) is looking for three excellent summer school teachers (Reading, Writing and Math) for the summer of 2014. Students will be mostly incoming freshmen and Sophmores, possibly a few juniors.
  
Qualifications: Proven dedication to educational equality; A degree in education or similar, Master preferred; At least 1 year as a teacher or student teacher; A proven track record as an excellent instructor; Excellent discipline and classroom management skills; Excellent communication skills; Willingness to work closely with Dean of Summer Programs to ensure class aligns with the goals of BHGHNY; Multi-Tasking skills, Patience, Dedication, Willingness to grow.
 
Please send a resume, cover letter, and the names, relationships, email addresses and/or phone numbers of 2 references to Ms. Caela Carter at bhghsummer@gmail.com
 
 
Program Director     
 
Description: Boys Hope Girls Hope helps academically capable and motivated children-in-need to meet their full potential by providing value-centered, family-like homes, opportunities and education through college. BHGH seeks a mission-driven person seeking an opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of youth and inspire, manage and lead the staff to support scholar aspirations   
 
Qualifications: Master's degree in social work or an equivalent human services field; 2 years of full-time supervised experience in a social work setting; Valid driver's license; Ability to manage multiple priorities; Problem solving and critical thinking skills; Strengths-based approach to youth development; Appreciation for different cultures and religious backgrounds; Commitment to fostering teamwork; Ability to recruit, screen, hire, supervise, train, and support residential program staff; Ability to communicate verbally and in writing with adolescents, internal and external stakeholders.
 
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This Job Board is reserved for paid positions within our member programs only. In addition to this service, we also have a weekly Job Bank email that we send to nearly 2,000 volunteer alumni. The Job Bank includes these positions, along with others in the fields of social services, non-profit, church ministry, development, and national service. To learn more about the opportunity to advertise your positions with us, please contact Katie Mulembe at kmulembe@catholicvolunteernetwork.org.
 
 
 
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