DEPARTMENT: Preventive Health
REPORTS TO: Nutrition Coordinator
The kitchen assistant supports food production, kitchen safety and sanitation for the YWCA’s Child Care Center and the School Age Program. Responsibilities include preparing snack/meals, washing dishes and cleaning the kitchen, and serving food to children. Assisting Kitchen manager as needed, the position is part-time, some kitchen work needed.
• Under the direction of the Nutrition Coordinator and Kitchen Manager, works independently or as part of a team to prepare food for the lunch and/or afternoon snack for the Child Care Center and/or assists in the preparation of the snack for the School Age programs, and preps food for the following day.
• Delivers food to classrooms as required.
• Communicates needs from teachers to cook staff.
• Washes dishes used in preparation and children’s dishes following meal service and cleans kitchen equipment and surfaces as required.
• Under the direction of the Child Nutrition Coordinator follows all protocols for sanitation both in preparation of food and clean-up of the kitchen and dishes.
• Assumes other responsibilities as may be appropriate for the position.
• The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job: Will work in extreme heat and or cold, will stand for several hours per day; works with cleaning compounds; may occasionally lift and/or move heavy objects or boxes. May come in contact with children and may be exposed to childhood illnesses.
HOURS OF WORK: 25 hours per week: Monday through Friday
STARTING WAGE RANGE: $10.00 per hour
HOW TO APPLY: Submit resume and cover letter: firstname.lastname@example.org
*For Getting Ahead Alumni*
Getting Ahead Co-Facilitator- Part Time
DEPARTMENT: Women’s Empowerment
REPORTS TO: Women’s Empowerment Coordinator
The Getting Ahead Co-Facilitator plays a vital role in ensuring Getting Ahead groups go smoothly and participants get the most possible out of their experiences. Below are some of the requirements of a Getting Ahead Co-Facilitator. Current Full time YW employees may not apply.
● Assist in setting up the room and the meal for each of 16 Getting Ahead groups
● Gather resources and make copies for groups as needed
● Assist in clean up for each of the 16 Getting Ahead groups
● Contact participants as needed to check on absences or follow-up after group completion
● Help participants who miss group catch up with the rest of the group/share material that is missed with participants as needed
● Assist participants with individual assignments during group
● Participate in group as co-investigator
● Meet with GA facilitator regularly to check in regarding group progress and participants
● Fill in for GA facilitator if she has to miss group
● Assist GA facilitator with record maintenance for all GA groups
● Assist GA facilitator with coordination of GA meals
● Assist GA facilitator with set up and tear down of GA graduation celebration Attend online GA facilitator training as available and affordable
● Assist GA facilitator with GA Alumni Reunions
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
● Must honor strict confidentiality guidelines
● Must be encouraging to all participants and treat each with dignity and respect
● Must be willing to share positive and negative feedback with GA facilitator
● Must be prompt
● Must be a GA graduate
HOURS OF WORK: Must be available every Monday and Wednesday evening from 5-9pm while the group is in session. The GA Co-Facilitator will be expected to assist the GA facilitator for 3 weeks before the 8 week session begins and 2 weeks after it ends. For a total of 13 weeks.
STARTING WAGE RANGE: $11.00/h
HOW TO APPLY: Submit resume and cover letter: email@example.com Deadline: Aug 17, 2018
Director of Women's Empowerment
DEPARTMENT: Women’s Empowerment
REPORTS TO: Chief Program Officer
The Director of Women’s Empowerment is a member of the senior leadership team of the YWCA. The Director is responsible for the MotherLove and Getting Ahead programs and holds primary responsibility to ensure budget guidelines and granting requirements are met for each program. In addition to program staff supervision, The Director carries a small caseload of pregnant and parenting teens in the MotherLove program and supervises the management of approximately 45 women in the Getting Ahead program. The Director serves the caseload through group work and general support. This position requires regular evening availability until 9 p.m. plus some additional evening and weekend work. A non-traditional work schedule is available to meet the needs of these programs. The position is full-time, benefits eligible, exempt and supervises two full-time staff persons and up to two college interns.
• Conducts one-on-one monthly home visits with 5-7 first-time pregnant or parenting teens attending school in Buncombe County/Asheville City schools. Through the use of the Partners for a Healthy Baby research based curriculum and sound case management practices, The Director educates program participants about pregnancy and parenting, teaches problem solving skills, and supports participants through academic and personal challenges.
• Assesses and qualifies referrals for program participation, completing intake paperwork and electronic record keeping. Identifies key areas of concern and refers participant/family to other community services as appropriate.
• Oversees the planning and implementation of monthly “Lunch Bunch” sessions at each participating school. Supports the MotherLove Coordinator in scheduling, identifying and recruiting resource speakers to meet participant needs and address relevant issues. Supports Coordinator in planning calendar for the academic year and in planning self-led Lunch Bunch sessions.
• Oversees the planning and implementation of supplemental groups as planned by the MotherLove Coordinator. Assists Coordinator in planning topics and calendar and in the execution of the groups as necessary.
• Oversees and assists in the planning and implementation of the Be Proud, Be Responsible, Be Protective Sexual Health curriculum at least 2 times per year.
• Supervises the development and management of an incentive program to ensure consistent and active program participation.
• Supports the MotherLove Coordinator in training, and supervising volunteer mentors who provide additional individual support to program participants.
• Recruits and oversees the program Community Advisory Committee
• Maintains a high level of professional development through state required conferences and meetings as well as additional training and learning opportunities.
• Reviews grant goals and outcomes for all funding sources and ensures MotherLove is operating as required by grantors
• Ensures the safety and support of the MotherLove Coordinator and any other program staff or interns through regular supervision utilizing the Reflective Supervision model.
• Transports program participants to and from appointments and program groups in personal vehicle.
• Maintains detailed and accurate case notes
• Oversees the facilitation and implementation of the “Getting Ahead in a Just Gettin’ by World,” program, a 16 session research based curriculum series twice annually.
• Supervises Getting Ahead Coordinator
• Provides support to Getting Ahead Coordinator for case management and follow up for 18 months post-group completion
• Works with service providers, private, public and nonprofit, to support graduates of Getting Ahead.
• Assists in completing intake and pre-assessment with all potential program participants.
• Maintains follow-up and reporting data for all program participants.
• Maintains detailed and accurate case notes.
Supervises Coordinators and Co-Facilitators to provide support to programs, director, and participants as appropriate.
• Participates in the development of the program’s annual budget, ensuring compliance with all grant requirements and assisting in identification and communication with funding prospects and sources.
• Identifies community resource agencies that offer referrals and/or services to support program goals. Drafts MOUS with partner agencies as appropriate. Develops and maintains relationships with partner agencies to promote the program and access resources needed to achieve success.
• Utilizes EZTPPI and other databases or other record keeping systems as required by granting agencies
• Contributes to or completes all reports for funders, CEO and annual report
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Education level: Master’s in Social Work preferred
Experience: Five years in a related field, working with adults and teens. Three years as a supervisor.
Other: Spanish speaker preferred
Technical: Proficient with Microsoft and Google business applications.
HOURS OF WORK: Full time, exempt, benefits eligible
STARTING WAGE RANGE: $40,000-$45,000
HOW TO APPLY: Submit resume and cover letter with salary requirements by: August 29, 2018 firstname.lastname@example.org