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Organization Position
Spectrum360 Executive Director
Princeton AlumniCorps Emerging Leaders Program Facilitator
Princeton AlumniCorps Director of Advancement
Isles, Inc. Chief Executive Officer
Andrew Goodman Foundation Senior Development Manager
Andrew Goodman Foundation Senior Program Manager
YWCA Northern New Jersey Girls Programming Coordinator
Lake Hopatcong Foundation Deputy Development Director
Child Care Resources Front Desk Receptionist
Children's Specialized Hospital Foundation Director of Foundation Marketing
CASA for Children of Essex County, Inc. Case Supervisor
Project Self-Sufficiency Senior Director of Development
Histiocytosis Association Executive Director
All Stars Project Fundraising Manager for the ASP of NJ
United Way of Greater Mercer County Tax Program Coordinator
Unchained At Last Case Manager
New Jersey Future Communications and Development Assistant
HomeFront, Inc. Hire Expectations Director
YWCA Princeton Director of Finance
Womanspace Coordinator of Safe Housing Project
Young Audiences Arts for Learning Development Associate
Millburn Education Foundation Executive Director - part-time
Mayo Performing Arts Center Marketing Assistant
Child Care Resources of Monmouth County Infant and Toddler Specialist
Women Aware Legal Advocate
Women Aware Overnight Safe House Case Worker
Montclair Local Executive Director
American Red Cross Maintenance Tech - part-time
Center for Hope and Safety Director of Development
Mount Carmel Guild Registered Nurse - part-time
Community Access Unlimited Multiple Openings - part and full-time positions
Including nurses, paraprofessionals, assistants, teachers, and more.  
LADACIN Network Multiple Openings - part and full-time positions
Including nurses, paraprofessionals, assistants, teachers, and more.  
Project Self-Sufficiency Multiple Openings - full and part-time positions
Including receptionists, directors, assistants, aides, social workers, teachers, grant writer, counselors, and more.
Archway Programs Multiple Openings - full and part-time positions
Including paraprofessionals, assistants, aides, drivers, teachers, and more.
New Jersey SEEDS Multiple Openings
   Admissions Officer
   Guidance Officer
   Programs Officer - Scholars Program
   Development Officer



 

Spectrum360: Executive Director

Posted: December 9, 2019
Location: West Orange, NJ

Summary: WittKieffer is proud to announce an Executive Director search we have launched in partnership with NJ-based Spectrum360. As Bruce Ettinger retires after 40 years at the helm, Spectrum360 is seeking an inspiring leader to preserve the current values, operational and programmatic excellence, while doing more for a population deserving the utmost in care. With a budget approaching $30M and nearly 400 employees, Spectrum360's programs are designed to provide options across a lifetime for individuals on the autism spectrum or with behavioral or related disabilities. The new Executive Director enters at an exciting time as the organization is embarking on several expansion programs, both construction and acquiring larger facilities.

This Executive Director will need to display the operating and financial skills necessary, paying special attention to how Federal (Medicaid) and State regulations/reimbursements/policies affect operations and options. She/he will demonstrate proven skills in fundraising, generating new revenue streams, identifying grant opportunities, finding partners or creating alliances that bring the valuable capital to the sustainability equation. This executive must continue to help Spectrum360 to move forward as one organization, transitioning from a school to a provider of services at all ages. Meeting the challenge of serving a changing, more severely disabled population in a demanding economic and regulatory environment will be essential.

The successful candidate should have fifteen years successfully managing a complex, multi-site nonprofit or human service delivery organization. Managerial and leadership experience with Special Education Student/Adult Services would be highly preferred. Knowledge and compassion for the issues faced by children and adults with autism, emotional, behavioral and related disabilities is greatly valued. This individual should have clear evidence leading efficient, lean and accountable operations. Outstanding financial leadership skills, managing a complex budget with multiple locations and lines of business are expected. This Executive Director must be an exceptional communicator and presenter, with equally strong written skills.

All discussions about this search will be handled in strict confidence.

A full Leadership Profile detailing the opportunity can be found at www.wittkieffer.com.

To Apply: Please direct all inquiries, nominations or resumes to Julie Rosen and John Fazekas, the WittKieffer consultants leading this assignment at: Spectrum360-ED@wittkieffer.com.




 

Princeton AlumniCorps: Emerging Leaders Program Facilitator

Posted: December 9, 2019
Location: Princeton, NJ

Summary: Princeton AlumniCorps, an independent 501(c)3 mobilizing people, organizations, and networks for the public good, seeks a skilled facilitator to manage and facilitate the New York sessions of its established Emerging Leaders Program. Emerging Leaders works with aspiring leaders in the nonprofit sector to equip them with the tools, insight, and expertise to continue their leadership development and strengthen the capacity of the nonprofit sector. The facilitator leads, coaches, teaches, and supports a cohort of 16 Emerging Leaders over 8 once-a-month day-long sessions. Topics covered include: Myers Briggs type, a 360 evaluation (The Leadership Circle - Manager Edition), developing leadership and management competencies, conducting difficult conversations, nonprofit staff/board relationships, diversity, inclusion and equity, public speaking/storytelling, and financial management and reporting, career development, work-life balance, among others. AlumniCorps staff support the EL facilitator with logistics, evaluation, and general troubleshooting. The new facilitator will work with our existing program curriculum, in partnership with the DC EL facilitator and with support from Princeton AlumniCorps staff.

View complete job description for full details.

To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to Caryn Tomljanovich at ctomljanovich@alumnicorps.org




 

Princeton AlumniCorps: Director of Advancement

Posted: December 9, 2019
Location: Princeton, NJ

Summary: Princeton AlumniCorps seeks an enterprising and imaginative Director of Advancement to guide fundraising efforts for our organization. Reporting to and working closely with the Executive Director, the Director of Advancement will have primary responsibility for all areas of fundraising, including individual giving, major and planned gifts, and corporate and foundation grants. In addition to raising funds to support annual operating expenses, the Director of Advancement will be responsible for the AlumniCorps Campaign for Our Future and the fundraising aspects of the 30th Anniversary Gala to be held in May 2020. The Director of Advancement will leverage all forms of communication and events to grow AlumniCorps’ national profile, build on existing fundraising infrastructure, and implement new donor engagement strategies that respond to a changing development environment and a growing organization with an ambitious strategic vision.

Working in close partnership with the Executive Director and Board leadership, the Director of Advancement will be at once an internal strategist, a public champion, and a trusted colleague. The successful applicant will thrive in a small team environment while maintaining high visibility and regular communication and relationship building with a wide, diverse, and geographically-dispersed network of volunteers and donors.

Salary: Starting salary is competitive, with potential for increase in subsequent years. Compensation includes medical and dental insurance, retirement benefits, 20 days of paid time off, and generous holidays. The position is located at the AlumniCorps office at 12 Stockton Street in Princeton, NJ. AlumniCorps encourages applications from people of color, LGBTQ persons, and other underrepresented groups.

View complete job description for full details.

To Apply: Interested individuals should email a resume, letter of interest, and writing sample to info@alumnicorps.org using subject line “Director of Advancement” by December 31, 2019. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.



 

Isles, Inc.: Chief Executive Officer

Posted: December 9, 2019
Location: Trenton, NJ

Summary: Isles, Inc. seeks an exceptional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to lead the organization to create pathways to self-reliance for all of the greater Trenton community. Founder Marty Johnson has successfully led Isles for 39 years, and will offer invaluable support to the new executive throughout the transition process.

The CEO is ultimately responsible for all agency services, fundraising, finances, and administration. This includes setting the strategic direction, translating that strategy into action and deliverables, and for successfully meeting Isles’ goals and mission. The CEO is Isles’ primary representative to external and internal stakeholders. S/he is responsible for processing and leveraging Isles’ insights to refine, eliminate, or develop services or products to better meet Isles’ mission, with an eye towards innovation. S/he must also expand Isles’ influence across a wide range of audiences and policies.   To view the full description, please visit:

View complete job description for full details.

To Apply: Please  upload your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to: https://curawebservices.mindscope.com/RAFFA04463_CURA/Aspx/form.aspx?lang=en&Job_ID=432&source=pdfprofile.



 

Andrew Goodman Foundation: Senior Development Manager

Posted: December 9, 2019
Location: Upper Saddle River, NJ

Summary: The Andrew Goodman Foundation (AGF), located in Upper Saddle River, New Jersey is actively seeking a diligent and driven professional for a promising opportunity as their new full-time Senior Development Manager. In this role, the Senior Development Manager will assist in the management and enhancement of a robust donor portfolio. Apply today!

View complete job description for full details.

To Apply: Please submit nominations, referrals, and CVs with cover letters via electronic mail to Sylvia.Goodman@AndrewGoodman.org. Screening of complete applications will begin immediately and continue until the completion of the search process.




 

Andrew Goodman Foundation: Senior Program Manager

Posted: December 9, 2019
Location: Upper Saddle River, NJ

Summary: The Andrew Goodman Foundation (AGF), located in Upper Saddle River, New Jersey is actively seeking an experienced and dedicated professional for a promising opportunity as their new full-time Senior Program Manager. The Senior Program Manager will recruit and manage new Member Campuses in the Andrew Goodman Vote Everywhere’s fast-growing network. In this role, the Senior Program Manager will support and cultivate a diverse network of higher education campuses to build institutional and youth leadership capacity for increased student voting and civic participation. Apply today!

View complete job description for full details.

To Apply: Please submit nominations, referrals, and CVs with cover letters via electronic mail to Karena.Cronin@andrewgoodman.org. Screening of complete applications will begin immediately and continue until the completion of the search process.




 

YWCA Northern New Jersey: Girls Programming Coordinator

Posted: November 29, 2019
Location: Hackensack, NJ

Summary: The Girls Programming Coordinator holds responsibility for the day to day running of YWCA Northern NJ Girls Programs. This includes coordinating all aspects of program planning, implementation and delivery. It is the Girl Coordinator’s responsibility to ensure the highest standards in programming, maintaining and developing the area.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate all aspects of Girl program development and delivery.
  • Work with community partners, workshop facilitators, and internal staff to ensure excellence in programming and event planning of Girls Program Work.
  • Assess, track and evaluate effectiveness of programs and events.
  • General administrative duties include but not limited to, research, correspondence, mailings, and filings, inputting data and maintaining databases.
  • Develop and coordinate new events, schedule, volunteer recruit, secure event venues, equipment, entertainment, food, supplies, and security.
  • Work in partnership with Communications Department to ensure media coverage, promoting and marketing programs and events.
  • Work to obtain corporate/community sponsorships, donated items/services, and donor acknowledgments.
  • Work in partnership with Fund Development Department to assist in Girls activities designed to raise income for YWCA Northern NJ as it relates to special events, direct mail, online giving, annual funds, membership, foundation, corporate grants, sponsorships, gifts or planned giving.
  • Assist with the recruitment of eligible participants into the program
  • Schedule workshops (speakers, locations, arrangements, etc.)
  • Facilitate workshops.
  • Establish relationships with corporations and with businesses to create job opportunities for program participants, including using your existing program networks.
  • Conduct program evaluations, including evaluating individual sessions, overall series and program outcomes.
  • Prepare reports for funders as required by each funding source.
  • Conduct outreach to educate the community on girls programs
  • Assist with the coordination of program logistics

Education/Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology, Psychology, Human Services, Social Work, or related field (or equivalent experience)
  • A minimum of 2 years of non-profit development and workshop facilitation Knowledge:
  • Knowledge of Northern NJ resources preferred

Skills and Abilities:

  • Strong organizational skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including presentation skills
  • Comfortable and effective at relationship building; able to work well with diverse groups
  • Ability to provide leadership, work well within groups, as well as work independently
  • Demonstrate a strong commitment to social justice
  • Bilingual Spanish a plus
  • Well-versed in Microsoft Office including: MS Excel, Outlook & Word

Travel: Must be willing to travel within Northern NJ area as needed.

Must embrace the mission and values of the YWCA, have a strong customer focus, and the ability to work with a multi-generational, diverse workforce and membership.

This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required to perform this job, the rather describes the essential functions/responsibilities of the job. Other duties may be assigned as required.

To Apply: Please submit a resume to: Ywjobopportunities@ywcabergencounty.org.

 




 

Lake Hopatcong Foundation: Deputy Development Director

Posted: November 29, 2019
Location: Landing, NJ

Status: This is a full-time position. Salary will be negotiated, commensurate with experience level. Health and retirement benefits are available. The Deputy Development Director will report to the Development Director.  

Organization Description: The Lake Hopatcong Foundation is a growing 8-year-old nonprofit organization that is based on New Jersey’s largest lake and works to improve and enhance the lake environment and experience. We do this through: Environmental initiatives that protect water quality and prevent invasive species Educational initiatives that teach local students about watersheds, lake ecosystems, history, and safety Safety initiatives that help reduce recklessness and accidents on the water Community-building initiatives that help bring together the four towns and two counties that surround Lake Hopatcong

Summary of Responsibilities: This position is primarily focused on supporting the Development Director in developing relationships with donors of the Lake Hopatcong Foundation. These contributors include individual donors, families, businesses, and other groups that provide support to the organization. In addition to conducting regular meetings and phone calls with donors, the Deputy Development Director is expected to stay up-to-date on fundraising numbers through the organization’s donor management software, help maintain the donor database, and work with fundraising event committees. The person in this role will also be expected to regularly leave the office to meet with donors and network at local events, such as chamber of commerce meetings, and evening and weekend work will occasionally be expected (which, when necessary, will be compensated with time off during the week). The position will also involve working closely with the board of trustees’ Development Committee, which will support the role through outreach to donors and the cultivating of prospective donor lists. Goals for this position include:

  • Expanding the LHF donor base
  • Building donor engagement programs to reduce attrition and increase average gift size
  • Building and executing a fundraising event strategy

Scope of Responsibilities: The scope of activities is wide; the Deputy Development Director will likely be engaged in most of the activities conducted by the organization. None of the initiatives would be possible without the fundraising to back it up, so it is essential that the Deputy Development Director is up-to-date on projects and initiatives so as to provide updates and insight to donors. Although the Executive Director and Development Director will exercise some authority, the office staff mostly functions as a team, working together to find consensus and supporting one another in their efforts. Responsibilities in this role can extend from the smallest clerical detail to providing input on major decisions, and everything in between.

Previous Experience Required: Several years of related fundraising experience is required, particularly in a development role and/or within a nonprofit organization. Volunteer experience is also a prerequisite, as much of the job involves working with our crew of volunteers; understanding how to best communicate and connect with them will be a major part of the job.  

Skills and Competencies:

  • General ease with technology; Google platform and MS Office required
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Solid writing and editing skills
  • Comfort with public speaking at community/networking events
  • Familiarity with donor management software (eTapestry preferred)
  • Passion for driving impact on behalf of the organization

Other: The Lake Hopatcong Foundation deals intensely with issues that face the lake and the surrounding communities, so familiarity with the area is a plus. Experience in any of our mission areas: environmental science, public safety, education, and community building, as well as local, county, or state government, will help in this position, but are not necessary.

To Apply: Contact Executive Director/President Jessica Murphy, jess@lakehopatcongfoundation.org 




 

Child Care Resources: Front Desk Receptionist

Posted: November 29, 2019
Location: New Brunswick NJ

Summary: Child Care Resources of Monmouth County is seeking a motivated professional to join our dynamic nonprofit agency committed to supporting Monmouth County’s children, families, and the child care workforce.  This is a part time position where an individual will be required to establish a positive rapport with families, and child care providers.  Our Front Desk Receptionist must greet guests in a professional positive and informative manner. 

Candidates require strong customer service; answers inquire and direct callers to appropriate agency staff.  Candidates must exhibit the ability to engage families and providers through excellent communication skills. A Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Social Science, Early Education, or related field helpful.  Applicant must have strong communication skills, both on the phone and in person.  Applicant must work well under pressure, having the ability to work with interruptions and prioritize numerous and varied requests, while maintaining a professional and pleasant disposition.  Basic computer literacy and knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite required.  Bilingual (English/Spanish) candidates are preferred. 

To Apply: Interested candidates, please send resume to Child Care Resources, Human Resources, Ext. 115, PO Box 1234, Neptune, NJ 07753-1234 or fax to 732-918-9902, Attn: 115 or email to kotto@ccrnj.org  EOE





 

Children's Specialized Hospital Foundation: Director of Foundation Marketing 

Posted: November 25, 2019
Location: Mountainside, NJ

Summary: Reporting to the President/Chief Development Officer of the Foundation, the Director of Foundation Marketing is responsible for the strategy and execution of the Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation marketing plan, with result-focused fundraising goals and measured KPIs.

The role will include developing and implementing the Foundation’s strategic marketing plan, defining and executing the most results-driving approaches, and measuring the ROI in the invested marketing efforts.  This position oversees the full range of external communication across all marketing channels, including Public Relations.

The director must have tremendous ability to stretch strategically, navigate horizontally across stakeholders, and flex down into execution.  While at times very strategic, the role often demands detailed execution of content planning/management, copywriting, art direction, editing, review and approvals.  Execution may take place across the full marketing and media landscape, including the website, social media, direct mail, email campaigns, newsletters, press releases, and internal communications.

Managing a small team of internal and external resources, the Director of Foundation Marketing supports internal Event, Individual, and Corporate Fundraising.  The Director will sit on a small cross-functional leadership team of peers with vast opportunities to influence overall Foundation strategies in addition to marketing strategies, all aimed at driving higher engagement from existing donors as well as acquiring new donor funds.

View complete job description for full details.

To Apply: Apply online or at hrapplications@childrens-specialized.org.




 

CASA for Children of Essex County, Inc.: Case Supervisor

Posted: November 18, 2019
Location: Newark, NJ

Summary: CASA for Children of Essex County is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote the welfare of children who have been removed from their homes because of abuse, neglect or abandonment by providing a safety net of support, advocacy and membership. CASA recruits, trains and supervises volunteers who are appointed by the court to speak up for the best interests of children in court, to ensure that each child has the opportunity to thrive by receiving needed services and assistance while helping to move the child towards a safe and permanent home. The Case Supervisor is responsible for the coordination, coaching, and support of all volunteer advocate and case activity. The Case Supervisor will develop and maintain professional relationships with all interested parties including the judge, the court, the court staff, the lawyers, and the state and community agencies.

The Case Supervisor provides guidance and support to volunteer advocates as they work toward permanence for children and see that their needs are met while they are in foster care.

Duties and Responsibilities include:

CASE ACTIVITIES

  • Review case files referred by family court judges to select and initiate orders for case assignment.
  • Match CASA cases with appropriate volunteers.
  • Acquire and demonstrate knowledge of each child’s needs, case history and pertinent advocacy issues in both case paper files and electronic files. Maintain accurate and timely case records in both Optima and paper files.
  • Submit accurate and timely data in order to meet data reporting requirements on a monthly basis.
  • Make certain court hearings are covered by advocate, self, or another Case Supervisor.
  • Maintain a caseload of an adequate number of children served during the year in order to meet annual goal of children served.
  • Ensure that volunteers enter their contact logs in Optima.

VOLUNTEER ADVOCATE SUPPORT

  • Manage and support advocated through consultation, problem solving, troubleshooting, feedback, guidance, evaluation, motivation, training, monitoring and preparation for court appearances, focusing on the timely submission of comprehensive, accurate court reports for every appropriate hearing.
  • Make a bi-weekly contact with volunteer during the first six months after their swearing in; monthly contact thereafter.
  • Monitor advocate’s involvement in their cases and case activity, while assuring that CASA policy and practice standards and sound case management practices are followed.
  • Review, edit, and distribute the CASA court report to all parties associated with the case prior to every appropriate court hearing.
  • Required to have excellent time management skills. i.e. creating monthly advocate contact calendar plan one month prior.

PROGRAM ACTIVITIES

  • Represent CASA within the child welfare system, the family court system and participate in Model Court committees and/or CASA continuous education initiatives.
  • Participate in training and interviewing prospective CASA advocates.
  • Participate in orientation of new staff, staff meetings, volunteer appreciation events and all appropriate program events.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Program Services or Executive Director
  • Embrace the CASA mission and the organization’s Core Values.

EDUCATION

  • Minimum of bachelor’s degree, preferably B.S.W. or related field with two years’ relevant experience; Graduate degree in social work, human services or related field highly desirable.

EXPERIENCE

  • Experience in volunteer management, competence in and commitment to the field of child welfare. Solid knowledge base regarding child abuse and neglect, advocacy, family dynamics, cultural issues, family court and the social service system. Demonstrated commitment to cultural competency.
  • Experience managing and coaching a team of five or more people. Experience conducting performance reviews of the team members that you are working with. Ability to coach volunteers to high performance levels.
  • Must demonstrate collaboration and leadership ability as well as a sound understanding of the principles of volunteer management. Requires excellent verbal and written communication and advocacy skills, ability to work well in a fast-paced and changing environment and to handle multiple priorities. Needs to be confident, an effective public speaker, flexible, organized and responsible. Needs to be able to consult, problem solve and work collaboratively. Must demonstrate commitment to the organization’s philosophy of skilled volunteer advocacy.
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Excellent computer skills and the ability to quickly learn the Optima database.
  • Availability to work at the weekend events with advance notice.
  • Ability to speak and write in Spanish is a plus.

To Apply: If you believe you are qualified, immediately send your resume and a cover letter to: jobs@casaessex.org. The starting salary range is $40,000 to $43,000.



 

Project Self-Sufficiency: Senior Director of Development

Posted: November 18, 2019
Location: Newton, NJ

Summary: The Senior Director of Development is an experienced fundraising professional responsible for directing the development and implementation of all fundraising activities related to advancing the mission of Project Self-Sufficiency. The Senior Director of Development works closely with and reports to the Executive Director. S/he will work to build an overall culture of philanthropy within Sussex, Warren, Morris and Hunterdon Counties in order establish robust connections with donors and prospects to raise awareness about the agency’s strong commitment, work, and lasting results in its community.

Key Skills

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • High-level multi-tasking, organizational and project management skills. 
  • Collaborative, with ability to work on projects with a team or independently.
  • Attention to detail, with the ability to see the big picture and meet high-level goals.
  • High level of ownership, takes initiative and has the ability to work with minimal guidance. 
  • Desire to make a positive impact on the people of Sussex, Warren, Morris and Hunterdon Counties.
  • Knowledge of fundraising software and tools preferred.
  • Availability to work occasional nights and weekends.

Fundraising

  • Develop, implement and execute a comprehensive fundraising timeline, plan, and goals including long and short-term annual, major gift and planned giving components.
  • Work collaboratively with fundraising consultants on pre-campaign objectives and goals, while carrying out fundraising activities after campaign kick-off.
  • Maintain relationships with a defined portfolio of 50-75 major donors and prospects, cultivating and stewarding them toward meaningful support of the organization.
  • Coordinate Executive Director’s fundraising activities including cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of the organization’s top 25 donors and prospects.
  • Recruit, train and lead development volunteers in gift solicitations and overall fundraising and cultivation activities.
  • Arrange, prepare for and host visiting donors and prospects.
  • Create donor and prospect communications such as emails, newsletters, appeals, stewardship materials and acknowledgement letters.
  • Prospect new foundation and corporate donors via written grant materials, submitting those documents while building relationships.

Constituent Relations & Events

  • Plan, strategically coordinate and execute engagement and development programming and events, such as: Autumn Harvest Shoot, A Taste of Talent, Season of Hope Toy Shop, Project 300 and other events as assigned.
  • Create materials supporting events, secure sponsorships and drive tickets sales and volunteerism for fundraising events.
  • Answer donor, prospect and staff inquiries related to fundraising in a timely fashion.
  • Maintain strong presence in local nonprofit community and continually deepen knowledge about the community’s needs.

Database/Technology

  • Prepare detailed reports on fundraising performance for the Executive Director and Board of Trustees.
  • Create donor reports, mailing lists and other reports as needed.
  • Maintain high-level knowledge of all development donor databases to ensure maximum use of software for productivity and accuracy by conducting monthly auditing of database’s data and reports.

Bachelor's degree and development experience required; benefits including health insurance and 401(k) plan available.   

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to Deborah Berry-Toon, Executive Director, Project Self-Sufficiency, 127 Mill Street, Newton, NJ 07860; or fax to 973-940-3501; or email to pss@projectselfsufficiency.org



 

Histiocytosis Association: Executive Director

Posted: November 18, 2019
Location: Pitman, NJ

Summary: The Histiocytosis Association seeks an experienced and dynamic leader to serve as its next executive director. The mission of the Association is to raise awareness about histiocytic disorders, provide educational and emotional support to the community, and to fund research leading to better treatments and a cure.

Histiocytic disorders are considered “orphan diseases.”  An orphan disease is one that affects fewer than 1 in 200,000 individuals in the United States. Subsequently, these disorders do not receive a high priority for government-funded research. The Association relies on contributions from corporations, foundations, and individual donors to fund critical research, build awareness and conduct community outreach initiatives.

You might be a great fit if…

  • You are a compassionate nonprofit leader with experience partnering with patients, families, doctors, scientists and donors.
  • You have a track record of being resourceful, fostering creativity and leadership in a mission-driven organization.
  • You understand the importance of balancing fundraising activities with the education and emotional support of families in crisis.

The executive director will provide visionary leadership to a growing, global organization that has a strong network of supporters committed to empowering the patients and families who live with histiocytic disorders.

View complete job description for full details.

Salary: In the $80,000 range, depending on experience.  

To Apply: The Histiocytosis Association has selected Bloch & Reed Association Advisors to facilitate the search process. A job announcement and application materials are available on the Histio website, www.histio.org. To be considered, candidates must submit a letter of interest and resume to histio-search@blochreed.com. Preliminary application materials will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and interested candidates are encouraged to submit their materials as soon as possible. No materials will be accepted after December 27, 2019.




 

All Stars Project: Fundraising Manager for the ASP of NJ

Posted: November 8, 2019
Location: Newark, NJ

Summary: The All Stars Project is seeking a fulltime Fundraising Manager for the ASP of NJ. The Fundraising Manager is a key member of a dynamic team responsible for the acquisition, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of individual, corporate and foundation supporters. The Fundraising Manager will lead the annual campaign, serve as the assistant sales director for annual NJ Benefit Dinner, and lead the process of developing cultivation events and activities that connect our supporters with our young people as we build the national movement of Afterschool Development.

What You’ll Do:

  • Manage a portfolio of 100 supporters who contribute at the $250-$10,000 range to ASP of NJ; cultivate and build their support through phone calls, in person visits, email and digital outreach;
  • Lead the ASP of NJ Annual Campaign, including conceptualizing, developing and executing print, digital, and telemarketing communications for individual, corporate and foundation contributors;
  • Oversee the production of special cultivation events designed to connect our supporters with our youth and programs, including cocktail parties, talent show visits, receptions with our City Leader, and more.

We have become one of the country’s leading Afterschool Development organizations, creating a new model that uses performance as our approach to helping kids and their families grow on and off the stage, and bridge-building through volunteer and direct partnership initiatives between affluent supporters, their families, and the youth of All Stars.

To learn more about All Stars Project, please visit our website at https://allstars.org/.

View complete job description for full details and required qualifications .

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter along with minimum salary requirements (Word or PDF format only) to jobs@allstars.org. Indicate “Fundraising Manager, ASP of New Jersey” in the subject line of your email for fastest consideration




 

United Way of Greater Mercer County: Tax Program Coordinator

Posted: November 8, 2019
Location: Lawrenceville, NJ

Summary: The Tax Program Coordinator will oversee all aspects of Mercer County’s free tax program (VITA) during tax season. The Tax Program Coordinator will work in conjunction with the Community Impact Department at United Way of Greater Mercer County to ensure programmatic goals and grant deliverables are met.

View complete job description for full details.

To Apply: Submit resume and cover letter to tarry.truitt@uwgmc.org. Write “Tax Program Coordinator” in email subject line by November, 18, 2019.





 

Unchained At Last: Case Manager

Posted: November 8, 2019
Location: Westfield, NJ

Summary: Unchained At Last, the only organization dedicated to ending forced and child marriage in the United States through direct services and advocacy, seeks a Case Manager to help women, girls, LGBTQ individuals and others to escape or resist forced marriages. The Case Manager works closely with survivors, conducting intakes, planning escapes, connecting survivors with crucial resources and giving them emotional support.

Compensation Package: Salary $48,000 to $50,000 + gold-level health insurance + Flexible Spending Account (so you can pay certain health and commuter costs pre-tax) + clinical supervision + monthly art therapy sessions with the Unchained team  

WARNING: Apply for this job only if you want a deeply meaningful, adventure-filled job that will make all your friends jealous.

Click here for full details and application




 

New Jersey Future: Communications and Development Assistant

Posted: November 8, 2019
Location: Trenton, NJ

Summary: The communications and development assistant is an entry-level full-time position working at our Trenton headquarters and will primarily support the communications and development team as well as provide administrative support as needed.

Responsibilities, duties, qualifications and other pertinent information:

  • Creating and updating web content, including copy and graphics, for various sites. Designing new or utilizing established email templates to be used in email service platforms. Basic formatting of reports, flyers, and PowerPoint presentations, and preparing correspondence.
  • Assisting with social media campaigns and day-to-day activities including development of content, including images, and scheduling of posts.
  • Research support in the area of communications, marketing and fundraising as needed.
  • Assisting with outreach and follow-up with event sponsors and funders.
  • Event support assisting with printed materials including program books, updating documents, coordinating speakers, exhibitors and vendors, on-site event set-up, etc.
  • Assist with media relations including maintaining an accurate and current media contact list and distribute press notices as required.
  • Creating and maintaining accurate and current databases and email lists using assorted software platforms.
  • Scheduling and supporting meetings and events including inviting attendees, securing meeting locations, preparing meeting materials, note-taking and providing on-site support as needed.
  • Assist with administrative functions including travel arrangements, file organizations and other tasks.
  • Associate’s degree required. Bachelor's degree preferred.
  • Solid organizational skills, including ability to organize project tasks, manage multiple contact lists and work independently.
  • Excellent oral and written communications skills.
  • Ability to learn quickly and work well in a fast-paced team environment.
  • Knowledge and experience working with an email provider (Constant Contact preferred); design software (Adobe or Canva preferred); and database software.
  • Solid skills in Microsoft Office and Google G Suite.

View complete job description for full details.

Salary Range: between $34,000 and $35,000

To Apply: Interested and qualified candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Marianne Jann at njfuture@njfuture.org. Deadline to submit: November, 21, 2019.





 

HomeFront, Inc.: Hire Expecationas Director

Posted: October 28, 2019
Location: Ewing, NJ

Summary: HomeFront, a 27-year-old nonprofit social services agency in Mercer County is seeking a leader with passion, dedication, and a deep desire to help families become self-sufficient to lead our Hire Expectations team.

One of HomeFront’s core beliefs is that with the right tools, all families can succeed.  Our Hire Expectations Director is responsible for developing and sharing these tools to put parents on the road to success.  In partnership with well-trained instructors, dedicated volunteers, community partners, and administrative staff, Hire Expectations offers multi-faceted instruction and support for long-term success. The program offers formal educational programs including on-site preparation and testing to acquire high school equivalency diplomas. Once a diploma is in hand, Hire Expectations helps in resume preparation, coaches clients for success at job interviews, and connects the job-seeker with potential employers.  HomeFront is a WorkFirst New Jersey site that offers educational instruction, practical work experience, job training, and career preparation.

The Hire Expectations program recognizes that life skills are critical for self- independent living and offers extensive programming in parenting, health, budgeting, cooking and more in addition to formal education.  Our staff and caseworkers address barriers to success, such as lack of housing, legal problems and mental or physical health issues. The Hire Expectations Director manages the HomeFront FreeStore which serves a double purpose both as a resource where parents can obtain presentable, gently worn clothing and shoes for school and work and housewares to make a house a home while also serving as a training site for customer service and retail positions. Throughout all our programs, intensive support and case management are fundamental to integrating resources and tailoring programs to ensure the success of the client.

The success of Hire Expectations is directly attributable to our partnerships with countless others: state agencies, local employers, business leaders, educational institutions, health care providers, dozens of volunteer tutors and coaches, nonprofit agencies, and many more.  The Director will prioritize and manage these relationships for the benefit of our clients.

View complete job description for full details.

To Apply: If you are a qualified candidate, please submit your resume along with a cover letter to Homefrontrecruiting@homefrontnj.org for review.




 

YWCA Princeton: Director of Finance

Posted: October 28, 2019
Location: Princeton, NJ

Summary: The YWCA Princeton is seeking a full time Director of Finance who will be a strategic thought-partner, a hands-on and participative manager who will lead and develop an internal team to support the following areas:  finance, business planning and budgeting.  The Director of Finance will play a critical role in partnering with the senior team in strategic decision making and operations as the YWCA Princeton continues to enhance its quality programming and build capacity.

The Director of Finance will engage in and foster continuous collaboration among the Program Directors to infuse the organization’s mission in the programs and must maintain positive working relationships with all constituents, staff and public, with appropriate knowledge and experience to achieve the goals of the organization and its mission of eliminating racism and empowering women.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of a BA, ideally with an MBA/CPA or related degree
  • At least seven to 10 years of overall professional experience; ideally six-plus years of Board financial and operations management experience
  • Technology savvy with experience selecting and overseeing software installations and managing relationships with software vendors; knowledge of account and reporting software.  Knowledge of Blackbaud Financial Edge software is a plus
  • Excellent communication and relationship building skills with an ability to prioritize, negotiate, and work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders
  • A multi-tasker with the ability to prioritize multiple projects and adjust in a fast-pace environment

For further details, go to www.ywcaprinceton.org/about/employment-opportunities/. Please send a cover letter, and resume to hr@ywcaprinceton.org. Your application materials should demonstrate why you should be considered for this position and what skills, experience, talents, and interest you can bring to the interview process




 

Womanspace: Coordinator of Safe Housing Project

Posted: October 28, 2019
Location: Lawrenceville, NJ

Summary: Full-time Coordinator of Safe Housing Project at Womanspace is available to work with homeless victims of domestic and sexual violence as an integral partner in the county’s Continuum of Care System.

This position provides advocacy, case management, safety planning, information and referral to clients receiving housing assistance.

Candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree in a related field, strong background in DV, excellent communication and advocacy skills with knowledge of community resources. Spanish speaking a plus.

Excellent Benefits package including 401K. 

To Apply: Interested candidates should send resumes to Reyna Carothers at ric@womanspace.org




 

Millburn Education Foundation: Executive Director - part-time

Posted: October 17, 2019
Location: Remote

Summary: Millburn Education Foundation (MEF), dedicated to maintaining and enhancing the high quality of public school education in Millburn’s eight public schools, is hiring a part-time Executive Director (ED) .  The ED has overall strategic and operational responsibility for the Foundation’s fundraising, programs, staff and execution of its mission.  He/she collaborates with Foundation officers, trustees and committee members to meet annual budgetary and program goals. He/she serves as the Foundation Representative, promoting the Foundation’s mission within the community and school district.  The ED reports to the Chair and Executive Committee and supports the committees of the Board of Trustees.  This is a part-time position of 25 hours a week.  The position is independent.  The MEF does not have office space.  The ED position is an independent contractor with their own computer and phone.  The MEF will provide office supplies for this position.

View complete job description for full details and required qualifications. 

Qualifications include:

  • Bachelor’s degree required (Preferably in Nonprofit Management or Sales/Marketing)
  • Minimum of 5 years professional fundraising experience
  • Proven track record in a senior level non-profit position

Salary:  $50,000 - $52,500

To Apply: Please view complete job description and send a cover letter and resume to jobs@millburnedfoundation.org by November 8, 2019.




 

Young Audiences Arts for Learning New Jersey & Eastern Pennsylvania: Development Associat

Posted: October 21, 2019
Location: New Brunswick, NJ

Summary: Young Audiences Arts for Learning New Jersey & Eastern Pennsylvania’s (YA) mission is to inspire young people and expand their learning through the arts. We envision a future in which all students have the opportunity to engage in quality arts learning that nurtures creativity, cultural awareness, and the development of critical thinking and learning skills.  YA is hiring a full time Development Associate. The Development Associate supports fundraising activities of Young Audiences New Jersey & Eastern Pennsylvania including corporate, government, foundation, and individual giving.  The efforts support the annual and long-term organizational goals of the Board of Trustees.  The Development Associate reports directly to the Vice President of Institutional Advancement and serves as part of the development team, with involvement in all aspects of the fundraising process. The Development Associate must have an abiding belief in the value and necessity of the arts as an essential component of childrens’ education. YA offers a flexible and supportive work environment where creative collaboration and shared learning are highly valued.  

Salary range: mid $40s with a generous benefits package including: 401K with employer match, excellent medical benefits, dental and vision benefits, generous paid time off, and life insurance.

View Complete Job Description

To Apply: Candidates should submit a cover letter expressing their interest, and resume to VP for Institutional Advancement Ann Betterton by email to: YAjob@yanjep.org with the subject line: Development Associate. No phone calls please. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.




 

Mayo Performing Arts Center: Marketing Assistant

Posted: October 21, 2019
Location: Morristown, NJ

Summary: Mayo Performing Arts Center, a 1300-seat non-profit performing arts center in Morristown, seeks a versatile candidate to support its busy Marketing Department.

This is a great opportunity for someone with 1-2 years’ experience who can work as a team player as well as take on responsibility independently. The ideal candidate will have strong communication and organizational skills, enthusiasm and willingness to learn, and a passion for arts administration and community engagement. Experience with Photoshop, Tessitura and/or Wordpress a plus.

Specific responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:

  • In collaboration with the Marketing Department, assist with developing and implementing overall strategy to support sales and marketing efforts around shows, programs, and institutional events.
  • Identify target audiences and outreach opportunities for upcoming shows and events
  • Lead grassroots marketing efforts including managing street team and poster volunteers
  • Create marketing email blasts in MailChimp
  • Utilize CRM system to research audiences and create target lists
  • Use data to analyze marketing efforts and inform strategies around patron experience, audience and member growth, and revenue goals
  • Manage online event listings
  • Assist with show press releases and maintains press archives
  • Promote student discount program
  • Design various promotional materials (signs, flyers, postcards, program inserts)
  • Manage inventory, storage and display of marketing materials
  • Website updates using WordPress
  • Attend and assist with various MPAC events, at times in evenings or on weekends
  • Other functions as needed by the department    

To Apply: Please send resume and salary requirements to Jean Leonard, Marketing Director, at jleonard@mayoarts.org.






 

Child Care Resources of Monmouth County: Infant and Toddler Specialist

Posted: October 17, 2019
Location: New Brunswick, NJ

Summary:  Enthusiastic professional to join a dynamic nonprofit committed to supporting Monmouth County’s children, families, and the child care workforce.  Individual must have vast knowledge in infants and toddler development, and skilled at engaging adult learners, to facilitate the development of infant and toddler child care, as a resource to build healthy communities.

 A Bachelor’s degree in child development, or related area of study is required; Master’s degree in a related field is preferred. Applicant must have five years of experience working directly with Infant/Toddler programs, preferably with the birth - 3 population. Familiarity with child care operations and regulations, and knowledge of local human service agencies and organizations is a plus. Applicant must be able to travel independently to sites, meetings, conferences and training session in Monmouth County and throughout New Jersey. Bilingual (English/Spanish) candidates are preferred.

To Apply: Interested candidates, please send resume to Child Care Resources, Human Resources, Ext. 115, PO Box 1234, Neptune, NJ 07753-1234 or fax to 732-918-9902, Attn: 115 or email to kotto@ccrnj.org. EOE




 

Women Aware: Legal Advocate

Posted: October 11, 2019
Location: New Brunswick, NJ

Summary: Women Aware envisions a society where individuals can live free from violence and injustice. Our mission is to promote the safety & self-sufficiency of individuals & families affected by domestic violence in Middlesex County, New Jersey.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • 3 years experience in domestic violence counseling and/or other direct services
  • Knowledge of Criminal Justice a plus
  • Good communication and writing skills
  • Bilingual Spanish
  • Full time, M-F

General Responsibilities: In collaboration with the Coordinator of Advocacy Services, carries the responsibilities of providing direct services to victims of domestic violence. This includes, but is not limited to the following:

  • Provide a safe, non-judgmental, and empowering environment to clients and staff
  • Maintain positive working relationships with Middlesex County Family Court Officials and other community organizations
  • Provide direct services to clients within the program in accordance with accepted standards of care and ethics of the profession.

Specific Duties:

  • Provide victims with legal information/options under the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act, referrals, safety planning, and supportive counseling
  • Provide direct services to DV victims which includes explaining the judicial process/system and providing court preparation and court accompaniment for restraining order hearings.
  • Advocate with Law Enforcement, Family Courthouse personnel, Family Law Attorney, Prosecutors office and community organizations/agencies in order to facilitate the delivery and coordination of services
  • Maintain and submit statistical information and reports accurately and timely
  • Coordinate Legal Clinics and Workshops as directed by supervisor
  • Attend and actively participate in staff meetings, interdepartmental meetings, in-services, supervision, Agency events, etc.
  • Other duties as assigned.

To Apply: Please submit resume to admin@womenaware.net  




 

Women Aware: Overnight Safe House Case Worker

Posted: October 11, 2019
Location: New Brunswick, NJ

Summary: Women Aware envisions a society where individuals can live free from violence and injustice. Our mission is to promote the safety & self-sufficiency of individuals & families affected by domestic violence in Middlesex County, New Jersey.

This job description is a broad outline of the responsibilities and duties of the Overnight Case Worker and will be amended, as needed, to meet the program priorities of Women Aware, Inc. and their ensuing work requirements.  It should not be construed as a contract, and does not create a contract of employment.  Employment with the Agency is at-will.

Reports to: Coordinator of Residential Service

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • DV and case management experience preferred
  • Excellent crisis intervention and case management skills
    Bilingual Spanish preferred
  • Full time

General Responsibilities: In collaboration with the Coordinator of Residential Services, carries the responsibility for providing case management services to residential victims of domestic violence.  This includes, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Provide a safe, non-judgmental, and empowering environment to clients and staff.
  • Provide individual case management and crisis intervention, services in accordance with accepted standards of care and ethics of the profession.  

Specific Duties:

  • Provide the following direct services:  Answer the 24-hour domestic violence hotline and properly provide crisis counseling, information/referrals, and shelter screening.  Responsible for orienting residents to communal living residential facility. Provide ongoing information and advocacy to assigned clients during their stay.  Support residents in achieving their goals in accordance with program guidelines and Agency policy.  Provide client transportation on an as-needed basis.
  • Documentation: maintain case records for clients according to Agency documentation policy/procedure, document hotline calls, intakes, discharges, incidents, assessments, complete safety and goal plans with clients, and maintain other records as needed.
  • Documentation of the CACFP program’s Child Menu Binder and Daily Attendance Records. 
  • Maintain and submit daily timely and accurately statistics.
  • Assist with the preparation of monthly and quarterly reports/statistics including CACFP program, DV Core Service Stats, services provided and hotline log
  • Provide coverage for coworkers as needed.  May be required to stay and cover the following shift in case of emergency, inclement weather, if next shift relief does not report to work, or if unable to find coverage.  May be required to work other shifts and weekends as needed and directed by Coordinator of Residential Services.
  • Other duties as assigned.

To Apply: Please submit resume to admin@womenaware.net.




 

Montclair Local: Executive Director

Posted: October 11, 2019
Location: Montclair, NJ

Summary: The Montclair Local is a startup news organization that covers the thriving community of Montclair, in northern New Jersey. Founded three years ago, the Local publishes an award-winning weekly newspaper and website and maintains active social media channels.

We’re looking for an entrepreneurial individual to help take the Local’s business and operations to the next level as Executive Director. This is a difficult but exciting time for local news and we want someone who can help us develop a new paradigm for a community news organization, as the Local becomes a nonprofit publication.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Develop a membership and donation program for the publication to generate ongoing reader revenue to support the Local’s mission.
  • Define the parameters and value proposition of membership, lead marketing efforts to draw contributors, continually iterate to improve the program.
  • Source and apply for grants to support the organization’s mission, and solicit funds from major donors. ·         Oversee the advertising sales team.
  • Explore other revenue-generating opportunities such as events or sponsored content.
  • Manage business operations, such as payroll and accounting, and vendor relationships.
  • Set strategy for audience-building through social media and email

This is a unique opportunity to build a new kind of local media business in this thriving community of 38,000 people located just 12 miles west of New York City. Montclair is home to a racially and economically diverse population. The Local plays an important role covering schools, local government, sports and community events. It is in the process of becoming a non-profit organization, supported by the community.

Montclair is a media savvy community, and many members of the world’s most important and influential news organizations call it home. Board members for the Local include Kathleen Carroll, former executive editor of the Associated Press, Stephen Engelberg, executive editor of ProPublica, Jake Silverstein, executive editor of The New York Times Magazine, and Jason White, director for News Partnerships at Facebook.

The ideal candidate will have experience in for-profit or non-profit revenue or fundraising, ideally in the news space. We’re looking for someone with marketing savvy and a demonstrated track record of execution who can turn ideas into reality.

Qualifications:

  • College degree
  • Experience with a reader revenue or donations program
  • Clear ideas for how to build a membership business
  • Self-starter who can execute with minimal supervision
  • Willingness to live in the Montclair area
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-moving, lean organization 

To Apply: Please send a resume and cover letter to applications@montclairlocal.news.




 

American Red Cross: Maintenance Tech - part-time

Posted: October 9, 2019
Location: Fairfield, NJ

Summary: The American Red Cross is currently seeking a part-time Maintenance Tech to work in our Fairfield, NJ, office. Will service 9 buildings in the state, including 4 blood collection sites.

Position is part time at 24 hours per week. Schedule:  looking for three full 8-hour days; flexible on days.

Specific job duties: provide general maintenance for 9 buildings including locations in Fairfield, Tinton Falls, and Joint Base at Fort Dix; duties include changing light bulbs/fluorescent ballasts; minor electrical, plumbing, and carpentry work; contacting vendors and working with quotes; serve as foreman for office moves; supervise volunteers; on-call for emergencies only.

Salary range:  $18.00 - $19.00 an hour.

View Complete Job Description

To Apply: Apply online. Deadline is November 1, 2109.




 

Center for Hope and Safety: Director of Development

Posted: October 1, 2019
Location: Rochelle Park, NJ

Summary: Center for Hope and Safety, located in Rochelle Park, NJ, is seeking an energetic, experienced Development Director to develop, coordinate and implement a development/ fundraising plan to meet target dollar goals and stabilize funding. In this role, you will also oversee volunteer services, to enhance programming.

Responsibilities:

  • Direct the identification, research, cultivation and solicitation of major gift prospects.
  • Develop relationships with potential donors for organization programs and major gifts.
  • Develop public relations/marketing plan with the PR committee of the board and ED.
  • Coordinate communication through social media.
  • Oversee the creation and coordination of e-newsletters.
  • Develop planned giving program.
  • Develop a fundraising event plan in conjunction with the Executive Director and the Development Committee.
  • Coordinate all fundraising events with the cooperation/support of community volunteers, Development Chair and committee members.
  • Monitor budget and funds pertaining to all events.
  • Supervise development office/Center staff, interns and volunteers assigned to the department and/or projects.
  • Oversee donation/fundraising/private grant revenue.
  • Remain current on all legislation and ethical practices related to fundraising.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.  

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in development, special events, public relations, volunteer services and/or community organization in the field of human services required
  • Supervisory experience preferred
  • Working knowledge of donor database necessary
  • Excellent verbal and written communication, public relations, computer, and organizational skills essential
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks/projects simultaneously and work effectively with a team necessary
  • Must be able to work nights and weekends for events as necessary  

To Apply: Please send your resume to julye@hopeandsafetynj.org.

Center for Hope and Safety is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and desires a diverse work force. People of color, women, persons with disability, persons who are elderly, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender are welcomed and encouraged to apply.  





 

Community Access Unlimited: multiple positions available

Posted: September 18, 2019
Location: Elizabeth, NJ

Summary: Community Access Unlimited serves people with disabilities and at-risk youth across New Jersey. With more than 5,000 members and growing, we will never stop striving to create an all-inclusive, accessible world where everyone can lead a fulfilling life as part of the greater community.

There is a wide variety of current openings including:

Youth Assistant Support Counselor: We are currently seeking an individual to work with at-risk adolescents in a residential setting.  Responsible for providing direct supervision to adolescents including assistance with daily living skills and supportive counseling.  The hours for the position vary but include evening and weekend hours.  Position requires a HS diploma/GED and 1 year experience working with adolescents.  Car and driver’s license required. The salary for the Youth Assistant Support Counselor position is $12.65 an hour. EOE. To inquire please visit our website at www.caunj.org or submit resumes to jdouglas@caunj.org or cparedinha@caunj.org

Youth Coordinator: We are currently seeking a qualified individual to provide administrative oversight for our community-based residential programs for youth at-risk. The salary for the Youth Coordinator starts at $36,025.60 and is increased to $38,084.80 after successful completion of the required orientation period and training. This position requires on-call responsibilities, which includes evenings, weekends, and holidays. The ideal candidate for this position has a Bachelor's degree (BA/BS), at least two years of experience working with people youth at-risk, and previous supervisory or management experience. He or she must have a genuine desire to work with individuals with adolescents, a valid driver's license, knowledge of DCP&P regulations, and strong leadership skills. EOE. To inquire please visit our website at www.caunj.org or submit resumes to jdouglas@caunj.org or cparedinha@caunj.org

Accounting Clerk: We are currently seeking a qualified Accounting Clerk to help within a busy Accounting office. The Accounting Clerk performs a variety of accounting support tasks in Accounts Payable. The ideal candidate for this position is a highly organized self-starter with a high school diploma or GED and previous Accounts Payable or related business experience. He or she must be detail-oriented and good with numbers and must have strong computer skills, especially Microsoft Excel. A valid driver's license and reliable transportation are required. The salary for the Accounting Clerk position is $13.89 an hour. EOE. To inquire please visit our website at www.caunj.org or submit resumes to jdouglas@caunj.org or cparedinha@caunj.org

HR Assistant:  The overall responsibility of the Human Resources Assistant is to provide end to end support to the recruiting efforts and general office administration to the HR department.  This will be done through reference checking, acceptance packages, personal interaction meetings, maintaining records and resources, filing, telephone interaction, collating, copying and materials preparation, mailing and distributions.  The salary for the HR Assistant position is $16.00 an hour. EOE. To inquire please visit our website at www.caunj.org or submit resumes to jdouglas@caunj.org or cparedinha@caunj.org

Direct Support Professional: We are currently seeking Direct Support professionals to provide supervision in a residential setting for individuals with developmental disabilities. Responsibilities include assisting with ADLs including: showering, bathing etc. Food shopping, menu planning and meal preparation, helping to arrange and attend social activities, transporting members to and from work or day program, medical appointments, etc. Hours are typically 3:00 PM-11:00 PM, and days will vary depending on the program.  One week of orientation is required prior to the start of your assignment.  Ongoing training outside of normal work hours is also required. The ideal candidate for this position has a high school diploma or GED, a valid driver's license, reliable transportation, and a genuine desire to work with individuals with developmental disabilities.  Positions are located in Union County. The salary for the Assistant Support Counselor position is $12.65 an hour. EOE. To inquire please visit our website at www.caunj.org or submit resumes to jdouglas@caunj.org or cparedinha@caunj.org

See the complete, most-up-to date listings for additional details on each position.

To Apply: Visit the NJCAU job page.






 

LADACIN Network: multiple positions available

Posted: September 18, 2019
Location: Monmouth and/or Ocean counties, NJ

Summary: The LADACIN Network has multiple full-time and part-time positions available, including:

  • Direct Support Professionals
  • Registered Nurse
  • Physical Education Teacher
  • Licensed Professional Nurse (LPN)
  • Direct Service Providers
  • Special Education Teacher
  • Secretary
  • Special Education Instructor
  • Personal Assistant
  • Drivers
  • Food Service Worker
  • Paraprofessionals
  • Child Care Staff
  • Direct Care Aides
  • Physical Therapists
  • Teachers

To Apply: View specific, and most up-to-date postings at www.ladacin.org/careers.

EOE - New Jersey law prohibits employers from considering the criminal records of job applicants for employment under certain circumstances.








Project Self-Sufficiency: multiple positions available

Posted: September 18, 2019
Location: Sussex, Hunterdon, or Warren, NJ 

Summary: The mission of Project Self-Sufficiency  is to support and empower low-income individuals and families to improve the quality of life for themselves and for their children through comprehensive family stability and person and economic self-sufficiency services.  There are several job opportunities listed below.

There is a wide variety of current openings including receptionists, case managers, home visitors, preschool teachers, volunteer coordinators, grant writers, and more.

See the complete, most up-to-date listings for additional details on each position.

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to Deborah Berry-Toon, Executive Director, Project Self-Sufficiency, 127 Mill Street, Newton, NJ  07860; or fax to 973-940-3501; or email to pss@projectselfsufficiency.org.




 

Archway Programs: multiple positions available

Posted: September 18, 2019
Location: Burlington, Camden and/or Gloucester counties

Summary: Archway Programs is a private, non-profit human services organization serving people with special needs ranging from infants and young children through adults and senior citizens. With annual revenue of more than $20 million, Archway serves over 1,800 consumers in Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties. We strive to improve the life of every individual we serve.  

There is a wide variety of current openings including full-time, part-time, and temporary positions such as registered nurses, van drivers, quality assurance managers, paraprofessionals, supervisors, counselors, recruiters, lifeguards, aids, physical therapists, and more.

Please view the complete, most up-to-date job openings list for details on the open positions.

To Apply: Interested applicants should click here to locate specific job descriptions and apply online.

 







 

New Jersey SEEDS: multiple positions available

Posted: August 16, 2019
Location: Newark, NJ

Summary: New Jersey SEEDS is a privately funded, statewide, nonprofit organization. We identify motivated, high-achieving students from low-income families, provide them with the education and skills they need to succeed and place them at independent schools, colleges and universities across the country.  The SEEDS Admissions and Placement Department is responsible for the recruitment, selection and placement of these students.

Admissions Officer

The Admissions Officer works with the Dean of Admissions to identify, recruit and admit qualified candidates to our three academic programs: Scholars, Young Scholars and College Scholars.  The process includes travel throughout the State of New Jersey to conduct information sessions and school visits for interested students, parents, and community organizations; establish relationships with schools and key community members; and supporting both the SEEDS staff and the applicant families during the admissions process.

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Guidance Officer

The Admissions Officer works with the Dean of Admissions to identify, recruit and admit qualified candidates to our three academic programs: Scholars, Young Scholars and College Scholars.  The process includes travel throughout the State of New Jersey to conduct information sessions and school visits for interested students, parents, and community organizations; establish relationships with schools and key community members; and supporting both the SEEDS staff and the applicant families during the admissions process.

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Programs Officer - Scholars Program

The Admissions Officer works with the Dean of Admissions to identify, recruit and admit qualified candidates to our three academic programs: Scholars, Young Scholars and College Scholars.  The process includes travel throughout the State of New Jersey to conduct information sessions and school visits for interested students, parents, and community organizations; establish relationships with schools and key community members; and supporting both the SEEDS staff and the applicant families during the admissions process.

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Development Officer for Corporate and Foundation Relations

The Admissions Officer works with the Dean of Admissions to identify, recruit and admit qualified candidates to our three academic programs: Scholars, Young Scholars and College Scholars.  The process includes travel throughout the State of New Jersey to conduct information sessions and school visits for interested students, parents, and community organizations; establish relationships with schools and key community members; and supporting both the SEEDS staff and the applicant families during the admissions process.

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To Apply: Apply online using the relevent link.