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PathWays PA Job Postings - April 21, 2011

Manager, Individual Donor & Corporate Relations & Special Events
Individual and Corporate Fundraiser sought by PathWays PA to manage special events, individual, community group, and corporate fundraising, and communications. Ideal position for a mature professional who is seeking a position with a well-regarded non-profit. Public speaking experience and excellent writing skills are mandatory, as well as marketing and individual fundraising experience. This is an office-based position based in Delaware County, with visits to potential corporations and donors throughout the region. There are occasional speaking engagements/events on weekends and evenings. Please respond in confidence with resume, cover letter and two press releases developed by you. Also please provide salary requirements that reflect the reality of working in a non-profit environment during a protracted economic downturn. Please fax resumes and press release to: LD/Dev. at 610-328-2807, or e-mail through our website. EOE

Grant Writer 
PathWays PA seeks an experienced, successful Grant Writer. We are a Delco-based nonprofit serving women, children & families, primarily in Philadelphia and Delaware County. Candidates must be PC literate, and possess superb writing and research skills. Need a 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 610-543-6483. Please e-mail or fax your resume to: 610-328-2807, attention: JL/GW.

Cook
Experience in bulk food preparation. The cook/kitchen coordinator shall possess the skills necessary to prepare meals for large groups of people (40-50) and shall have knowledge of nutrition and nutritional meal planning. She/he shall have the ability to understand and follow the USDA mandated guidelines. The cook/kitchen coordinator shall possess the ability to manage food and kitchen supplies. The ideal candidate will have the ability to interact with people and will be flexible and tolerant in dealing with our residents. Prefer GED/HS Diploma. SafeServ certification required - NO EXCEPTIONS! Must have reliable independent transportation. Please e-mail or fax resumes to: LD/CFF at 610-328-2807.

ESL Instructor
Part-Time – PathWays PA is currently seeking English as Second Language (ESL) instructors with BA/BS degree and 2 + years of teaching experience. Knowledge of ESL in healthcare field preferred. You must travel independently in Philadelphia, Delaware, Chester, Montgomery and Bucks Counties. Lesson planning, attendance recordkeeping, and assessments required. This is a part-time, hourly position, requires workday availability and is for immediate openings. Bilingual a plus. E-mail or fax resumes to LD/LK 610-328-2807.

Part-Time Mentoring Coordinator
The Mentoring Coordinator will have experience with issues related to older adolescents and will have some knowledge and understanding of volunteer recruitment and retention. They shall possess the ability to identify with and adapt to the goals and philosophies of the program. They shall be a mature individual with knowledge of parenting issues, community resources, and the skills necessary to live independently. They shall demonstrate insight, empathy, flexibility, perseverance, and team orientation. A BSW or bachelor’s degree in related field of study is required. Please e-mail or fax resumes to: 610-328-2807, attention: LD/KM.

Part-Time Life Skills Coach/Mentor
The Life Skills Coach/Mentor shall possess the ability to identify with and adapt to the goals and philosophies of the agency. They shall possess the knowledge and skills necessary to teach life skills and the maturity necessary to interact with women from various backgrounds. They shall be organized, non-judgmental, and shall demonstrate good problem solving skills. Work individually with clients who are unable to maintain an acceptable level of safety, cleanliness, and organization including cleaning with the client to role model appropriate skills. They shall be of sound character and have the flexibility, perseverance, and integrity necessary to engage and provide role modeling for young mothers, be a team player and have some knowledge of teen parenting issues. High School Diploma/GED and three years experience working with women and children. AA or BA in social services preferred. Please e-mail or fax resumes to: 610-328-2807, attention LD/MR.

Live In Advisor
Full-time and Part-Time positions available. To provide guidance, direction and supervision to older adolescent teen mothers and teen girls residing in our Supervised Independent Living Program including conducting some life and parenting skill groups. Live in a house with 3 to 4 girls and their children. Must be available during critical hours-5:00 PM to 8:00 AM- can work part-time during off hours. Must be mature and have an understanding of teen parent and teen girl issues and must have knowledge of basic life skills. Rent and utilities paid by agency plus small stipend and scheduled time off. Location: Philadelphia; E-mail or fax resumes to LD/SIL at 610-328-2807.

Residential Worker
Part-time and Full-time - 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. E-mail or fax resumes to: LD/CFF 610-328-2807.

SIL Case Manager
The SIL Case Manager/Counselor will have at least two years experience providing direct services to individuals and/or families. She/he shall possess the ability to identify with and adapt to the goals and philosophies of the agency and the program and shall be familiar with the concepts of strength-based practice. The Case Manager/Counselor shall be a mature individual with the knowledge of the skills necessary to live independently. She/he shall demonstrate empathy, flexibility, perseverance, and team orientation. BSW or Related Bachelors Degree required. Please e-mail or fax resumes to: LD/BD at 610-328-2807.

Truancy Case Manager
Bachelor Degree in Social Work or related field required – no exceptions. Maturity and ability to handle pressure, flexibility, detail-oriented, good organizational skills, and familiarity working with at risk families. Provide own transportation (current driver’s license required) and hold flexible hours (some evening hours may be required). Previous experience with women, children and families preferred. Maturity and ability to handle pressure, flexibility, detail–oriented, good organizational skills, and familiarity working with at- risk families. Job responsibilities include but are not limited to: assume responsibility for all required paperwork for each child/family on caseload including initial contract, timely reports, process and progress notes, etc.; coordinate all services internally and externally for all caseload families including, but no limited to: legal, medical/dental therapeutic, educational, vocational and housing; liaison with all outside agencies involved with families on caseload; schedule case management meeting with adult clients on caseload for purposes of planning, review progress, advocacy, addressing house and personal issues, etc. on a regular basis; Accompany clients when necessary to significant appointments and meetings. E-mail or fax resume to LD/MT at 610-328-2807.

PathWays PA is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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