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Veterans Navigator (Delaware County, PA)

PathWays PA is seeking two full time Veterans Navigators for a new regional Veterans services initiative based in Delaware County, PA. The Navigators will help connect local Veterans with state, federal, and community resources necessary for securing employment and building financial stability. The Navigator will serve as a primary point of contact to help Veterans prepare for employment, access supportive services, and navigate education systems. This position will include workshop facilitation, individual career coaching, case management, service referrals, business development, and community outreach. The ideal candidate will have a record of success as a Veterans case manager, social worker, program/project manager, etc. He or she must be a “team-player” with a passion for direct service and experience with workforce development. The Navigator must be an excellent communicator with strong problem solving skills, time management skills, and a working knowledge of Veterans issues. Veterans preferred. Bachelors Degree required. Please fax resumes to LD/VA/EVE at 610-328-2807 EOE
Part-Time Adult Teacher (Delaware County)
PathWays PA is recruiting for a teacher for adult education (ABE/GED). Classes will be held in the evenings in Delaware County. Pay is competitive. INSTRUCTOR SHOULD HAVE EXPERIENCE WORKING WITH ADULTS AND WITH TEACHING ABE/GED. A Bachelor's degree is a minimum requirement. Please email or fax resumes to: LD/LK/Evening at 610-328-2807. EOE
Childcare Educator - Delaware County
Child Learning Center at Delco Group home. Must have knowledge of early childhood development and ability to nurture and promote positive growth in pre-school age children. AA in Early Childhood Education preferred. Salary $12/hour, plus benefits. Looking to fill 11:00am to 7:00pm role. Please email or fax resume to: 610-328-2807, attention: LD/CFF, subject line: Childcare Educator.
AMERICORP VISTA (Delaware County, PA)

Volunteer Manager (1 position available)

The Volunteer Manager will be responsible for fulfilling recruitment needs within PathWays PA's Self-Sufficiency Department. These needs include volunteers to train for the VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) program, volunteers who can provide food stamps and other public benefits outreach, and volunteers for other programs as needed. The manager will also make volunteer recruitment sustainable by creating volunteer database and training staff and/or volunteers to manage and retain volunteers in the future. Prior experience managing volunteers preferred. Interested candidates should apply through the Americorps website at]?

Bachelor's Degree preferred
Basic Computer Skills (Intermediate or Advanced a plus)
Strong Interpersonal Skills
Strong Work Ethic
Good Communication Skills -- Oral & Written
Good Organizational Skills
Experience working with diverse populations
Interest in Non-profit and/or Financial Education

AmeriCorps* VISTA Benefits:
Monthly Stipend -- Approximately $470/two weeks
Health Benefits
Child Care Assistance (for those who qualify)
Relocation Assistance (for those who qualify)
End of year Stipend ($1,200) or Educational Award ($4,725)
Life Insurance Option

Transportation Reimbursement (provided by PathWays PA)
Front Desk Receptionist (Volunteer Positions) - Holmes, PA
PathWays PA, a non-profit social service agency, is seeking volunteers to help us cover our front desk in Holmes, PA (Delaware County). Our agency helps low income women and children achieve self sufficiency through a variety of programs and educational classes. Public transportation is easily accessible. Answer phones, greet those that come in, help with copies and other light office work. Hours needing coverage are Monday - Friday - varying hours. Great office experience for someone out of school, between jobs, or perhaps retired and would like to help out in some way. Background checks are required for all volunteers.
Please email or fax your resume to: 610-328-2807, attention: JL/TD, subject line: Front Desk Receptionist

To submit your resume online, click here.

Please remember that all resumes should indicate the position you are applying for in the subject line. Thank you!
PathWays PA is an Equal Opportunity Employer


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