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PathWays PA Job Postings - March 3, 2010


Grant Writer
PathWays PA seeks an experienced, successful Grant Writer. We are a Delco-based nonprofit serving women, children & families in Philadelphia and Delaware County. Candidates must be PC literate, and possess superb writing and research skills. Proven track record in obtaining major funding from government, foundations, and corporations. Minimum BA degree required. Fax or email your resume, two writing samples, a history of your success in grant writing and salary requirements to 610-328-2807 attn: LD/AR. Consulting relationship or flex time are possibilities. EOE

Financial Educators
Innovative program that promotes economic well-being in low-income families seeks a full and part time BS/BA level Financial Educator. You must be comfortable with people, computers and TANF system and have the ability to discuss basic financial planning and budgeting. Must be able to work some evenings and Saturday mornings. Independent transportation required; bilingual a plus. 4 year degree required - no exceptions - prefer BSW, background in education, or related field. Counseling experience also preferred. This position will split time between Delaware County and Philadelphia. Fax resumes to LD/LK 610-328-2807. EOE

Childcare Educator
Child Learning Center at Delco Group home. Must have knowledge of early childhood development & ability to nurture and promote positive growth in pre school age children. AA in Early Childhood Ed. preferred. Fax resume to 610-328-2807, attention: LD/CFF EOE

Full and Part-Time Residential Worker
Need caring and motivated individual to provide support and supervision for Delco group home serving women and children; HS/GED, Associates Degree and experience preferred; driver’s license required. Includes nights and weekends. Fax resumes to: ES/LD/CFF 610-328-2807. EOE

Part-Time Teacher
Non-profit organization has a part-time teaching position opening that will be located in Delaware County. Must have experience in adult education teaching. BA is required for this position. The hours will be two afternoons and two evenings a week. Access to a car a must!! Please fax resumes to 610-328-2807, attention: LD/JP EOE

Trauma-informed Therapists
PathWaysPA is seeking quality therapists to provide trauma-informed therapeutic services to women, teen mothers and teen girls in their homes. Must be trained-in trauma-informed services and be familiar with the S.E.L.F. model; must also be comfortable addressing sexual abuse and domestic violence issues. Flexible hours required. LSW and credentialed/eligible to be credentialed to provide services to CBH members required. Philadelphia and some DELCO area. Full time and Part time position available. Fax resumes to: BD/LD 610-328-2807 EOE


PathWays PA is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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