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PathWays PA Job Postings - May 20, 2010

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: LD/CFF 610-328-2807.


Childcare Worker
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 LD/CFF 610-328-2807.


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

Job Developer
To develop employment opportunities for participants by networking and establishing relationships with the regional business community and matching customers to permanent, family-sustaining career-track jobs.
• Bachelor’s Degree required with at least 2-3 years experience in human resources, job development, marketing and/or sales
• Strong Analytical Skills
• Excellent Verbal and Written Communication Skills
• Computer Literate (Word/Excel)
• Bilingual in English/Spanish preferred.
• Identify, cultivate and maintain relationships with employers that offer appropriate jobs and
• Internship opportunities for customers. Ensure that a majority of these jobs offer living wages and benefits.
• Establish contact with customers in order to determine previous work history and employment interests to help customers chart an employment course.
Fax resumes to: 610-328-2807, attn: LD/EF

AMERICORPS VISTA
We’re looking for some stars – are you ready to shine?
Whether you have left school, are getting ready to graduate, are already working, or are retired but looking to give back to the community, we have opportunities for you to enhance your life while serving the lives of others. The Americorps VISTA program offers a living allowance, money for college or student loans, healthcare and childcare. Additional benefits may be available. Self-motivated individuals interested in helping others with good organizational and computer skills should apply. Spanish a plus. Located in Philadelphia, PA suburb (Delaware County) near public transportation. Fax resumes and cover letters to MB at 610-543-1549. Please tell us which opportunity interests you!


Volunteer Manager: The Volunteer Manager will be responsible for fulfilling recruitment needs within PathWays PA’s Self-Sufficiency Department. The manager will also make volunteer recruitment sustainable by training staff and/or volunteers to take over the program in the future. Prior experience managing volunteers preferred.

Publications Analyst: This position will be split between two locations - Delaware County, PA and Wayne, PA, with the VISTA member spending half their time at one organization as a Publications Analyst and half at another organization as a Career Services Program Coordinator. At both organizations, the member will be responsible for developing and marketing publications, curriculum, and services. The member will also expand the web presence of both organizations to make better use of social media, online newsletters, etc. Strong writing background and English/Communications studies preferred, as well as knowledge of social media.

Healthcare Sector Analyst: The Healthcare Sector Analyst will be responsible for collecting and disseminating research and information to Delaware County Healthcare Partnership members. The analyst will also collect and evaluate data to show the impact of Partnership programs and improve the programs offered. Knowledge of the healthcare industry and workforce issues preferred.


PA CareerLink VISTA: The PA CareerLink VISTA will market a myriad of services of the public workforce development system to employers in the local geographic area. The primary goal of the VISTA member’s outreach efforts will be to establish new employer accounts while maintaining existing accounts. The successful candidate must possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills.


PathWays PA is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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