The Foundation for Enhancing Communities (TFEC) seeks a highly motivated, dynamic individual
to support the day-to-day activities of the Community Investment department in the areas of
grant management, reporting and meeting logistics.

The Community Investment Associate will:
o Obtain, print and coordinate grant applications.
o Prepare and distribute meeting materials.
o Prepare award and denial letters.
o Produce, distribute and ensure that contracts are received and executed.
o Monitor, process and record metrics for grants
o Assist with day-to-day computer based tasks and logistics for assigned grant materials,
programs and events.
o Assist with the creation and coordination of press releases, opportunity announcements
and additional written materials, mailings and publications.

Successful candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree and/or equivalent education/work
experience in a professional setting. Excellent written and oral communication skills, editing
skills, project management abilities and computer literacy are essential.

We offer a diverse and fulfilling work environment where being a part of a team is non-negotiable.
We also offer a competitive salary and an outstanding benefits package. EOE

Please send Letter of Interest, Resume, Writing sample, 3 Professional References and Salary
Requirements to: TFEC Personnel, 200 N. Third Street, 8th Floor, P.O. Box 678, Harrisburg, PA 17108-
0678 or email to [email protected] No resumes will be considered unless all required materials
are submitted.

Visit www.tfec.org for more information on our organization.

Elementary Student Assistance Program (SAP) Liaison/Education Coordination

 

 

Liaison/Educator should have knowledge of:

·       local child-serving systems including child and adolescent mental health

·       procedures for accessing local resources for students and families

·       school culture and ESAP-related school policies and procedures for teams to which they are assigned

·       screening, crisis intervention, suicide prevention and intervention

·       program coordination/planning

·       marketing and promotion

·       basic drug and alcohol prevention education

·       child and adolescent development

·       classroom management techniques

 

Liaison/Educator should have skills in:

·       working with parents, students and school personnel

·       serving as advocates for parents/caregivers and students in the school and community child-serving systems

·       accessing local resources

·       consulting with school and community child-serving professionals

·       developing marketing materials

·       communication with potential partners and agencies

·       recruitment of families

·       scheduling program locations and dates/times

·       working with and engaging students

·       accessing local resources

·       following curriculum

 

Responsibilities may include:

·       attending ESAP core team meetings and other at assigned schools

·       consulting with teams for interventions and assisting parents in accessing the appropriate services

·       brief screenings of children referred to SAP

·       communication and assistance to parents to connect families to necessary resources

·       providing in-service and program updates and team maintenance

·       facilitating and supporting school-based aftercare plans

·       facilitating and assisting with postvention efforts

·       facilitating  or co-facilitating student education and support groups in schools (K-12)

·       providing follow-up with parents and students

·       assisting schools in promotion of ESAP program to faculty, staff, students, parents, and community members

·       drug/alcohol prevention education in schools and community organizations

·       working with schools to schedule education

·       interacting with a variety of ages (K-12) and families

·       teaching an evidence-based curriculum (Too Good For Drugs) in classrooms throughout Franklin County

·       facilitating Strengthening Families Program (10-14) with families and their children ages 10-14

·       assisting in data collection and analysis

·       assisting in program reports

·       provide other programs for HCP as needed

 

 

Additional Requirements: Valid driver’s license and ability to travel. Travel is required to meetings, conferences, or other activities as needed to complete duties and work related to the coalition. Travel will be reimbursed at the federal mileage rate.

 

Qualifications and Skills: Bachelor’s Degree in public health, social work, or related field such as health education, community organization. Experience working with youth (especially at-risk youth). Ability to work independently; strong public relations skills, excellent verbal and written communication skills, and proficiency with Microsoft Office and general computer skills.

 

This position will be approximately 32 hours per week, seasonal position from late August to early June (during school year) with Healthy Communities Partnership.  Interested applicants should submit resume to Christy Unger at [email protected] or by mail to 232 Lincoln Way East, Suite B, Chambersburg, PA 17201.  Please send resumes to this email and do not apply through this website.

All resumes should be received by November 27th for consideration.  Expected pay rate is $18-$20/hr.

Minimum qualifications:

·         Bachelors degree

·         Experience in human services field

·         Experience in mental health or substance use programs or services

·         Experience working with youth (especially at-risk youth)

 

Liaison/Educator should have knowledge of:

·         local child-serving systems

·         child and adolescent mental health

·         procedures for accessing local resources for students and families

·         the school culture and SAP-related school policies and procedures for teams to which they are assigned (training provided)

·         student assistance program policies and procedures (training provided)

·         crisis intervention

·         suicide prevention and intervention

·         screening procedures

 

Liaison/Educator should have skills in:

·         working with parents, students and school personnel

·         serving as advocates for parents/caregivers and students in the healthcare system

·         accessing local resources

·         consulting with school and community child-serving professionals

 

Responsibilities may include:

·         attending SAP core team meetings at assigned schools

·         meeting with students individually to perform mental health and drug and alcohol screenings

·         consulting with teams for interventions and assisting parents in accessing the appropriate services

·         providing in-service and program updates

·         facilitating  or co-facilitating student education and support groups in schools

·         providing follow-up with parents and students

·         assisting schools in promotion of SAP program to faculty, staff, students, parents, and community members

·         drug/alcohol prevention education in schools and community organizations

Other duties and responsibilities as needed.

Healthy Communities Partnership has an opening for an elementary Check & Connect Mentor / Violence Prevention Educator.  This position will be 35-38 hours per week during the school year (mid-August through mid-June).  Check & Connect Mentors build relationships with their assigned students, have a long-term commitment to these students, and work with persistence to support students through working with the kids, their caregivers, and schools.  Educators provide classroom lessons on conflict resolution, communication skills, diversity education and more.  Interested applicants should submit resume to Christy Unger at [email protected] or by mail to 232 Lincoln Way East, Suite B, Chambersburg, PA 17201.  Expected pay rate will be $18-$20/hr.

 

All resumes must be received by July 12th for consideration and interviews will be held soon.

 

Minimum qualifications:

·         Bachelors degree

·         experience in human services or education field

·         experience working with youth in upper elementary, middle, or high school ages

·         experience in a school setting preferred

 

Knowledge of:

·         educational systems and school settings

·         child and adolescent mental health

·         family dynamics

·         motivational techniques

·         classroom management techniques

 

Skills in:

·         working with and engaging students

·         assisting students with goal-setting and decision-making skills

·         accessing local resources

·         communicating with teachers and school staff

·         working with and engaging parents

·         prevention education in schools and community organizations

 

Additional responsibilities include:

·         making a two-year commitment with assigned students

·         interacting with a variety of ages (4th-5th grades)

·         using the Check & Connect model to engage students and work on goal-setting while approving attendance and school engagement, as well as academic performance and behavior

·         providing classroom education to fidelity using an evidence-based curriculum

·         assisting in data collection and analysis

·         provide other programs for HCP as needed

This position will be 30-34 hours per week with Healthy Communities Partnership.  The position will involve providing coordination and planning for Strengthening Families Program (10-14) for about 10 hours per week, as well as providing prevention education in local schools for the other 20-24 hours per week during the school year (mid-August through early June).  There is potential to add additional program work to increase hours to full-time.  Interested applicants should submit resume to Christy Unger at [email protected] Expected pay rate is $18-$20/hr.

 

All resumes must be received by July 12th for consideration and interviews will be held soon.

 

 

Minimum qualifications:

·         Bachelor’s degree (preferred)

·         experience in human services or education field

·         experience working with youth and/or families in a variety of ages

 

Knowledge of:

·         program coordination/planning

·         basic drug and alcohol prevention education

·         child and adolescent development

·         classroom management techniques

 

Skills in:

·         marketing, promotion, and recruitment of families for programs

·         communication with potential partners and agencies

·         scheduling program locations and dates/times

·         working to coordinate programming, including scheduling and coordination of facilitators, planning meals, communicating with participating families, etc

·         working with and engaging students

·         accessing local resources

·         following curriculum

·         working and partnering with school and community child-serving professionals

 

Additional responsibilities include:

·         working with schools to schedule education

·         interacting with a variety of ages (K-12) and families

·         teaching an evidence-based curriculum (Too Good For Drugs) in classrooms throughout Franklin County

·         facilitating Strengthening Families Program (10-14) with families and their children ages 10-14

·         assisting in data collection and analysis

·         assisting in program reports

·         provide other programs for HCP as needed

Healthy Communities Partnership has an opening for an Elementary Student Assistance Program Liaison/Educator.  This position will be 34-36 hours per week during the school year (mid-August through early June) with Healthy Communities Partnership.  The position will be include providing elementary liaison services for about 24 hours per week and providing education in schools for an additional 10-12 hours per week.  Interested applicants should submit resume to Christy Unger at [email protected] or by mail to 232 Lincoln Way East, Suite B, Chambersburg, PA 17201.

All resumes must be received by July 12th for consideration.  Expected pay rate is $18-$20/hr.

 

Minimum qualifications:

·         Bachelors degree

·         Experience in human services field

·         Experience working with elementary youth and/or families (especially at-risk youth)

 

Liaison/Educator should have knowledge of:

·         local child-serving systems

·         child and adolescent mental health

·         procedures for accessing local resources for students and families

·         the school culture and SAP-related school policies and procedures for teams to which they are assigned (training will be provided)

·         student assistance program policies and procedures (training will be provided)

·         crisis intervention

·         suicide prevention and intervention

·         screening procedures

 

Liaison/Educator should have skills in:

·         working with parents, students and school personnel

·         serving as advocates for parents/caregivers and students in the healthcare system

·         accessing local resources

·         consulting with school and community child-serving professionals

 

Responsibilities may include:

·         attending Elementary SAP core team meetings at assigned schools

·         consulting with teams for interventions and assisting parents in accessing the appropriate services

·         brief screenings of children referred to SAP

·         communication and assistance to parents to connect families to necessary resources

·         participating in team maintenance

·         providing in-service and program updates

·         facilitating  or co-facilitating student education and support groups in schools (K-12)

·         providing follow-up with parents and students

·         assisting schools in promotion of SAP program to faculty, staff, students, parents, and community members

·         teaching an evidence-based curriculum (Too Good For Drugs) in classrooms throughout Franklin County

Healthy Communities Partnership has an opening for a Check & Connect Mentor.  This position will be 35-40 hours per week during the school year (mid-August through mid-June) with some potential for reduced summer hours if desired.  Check & Connect Mentors build relationships with their assigned students, have a long-term commitment to these students, and work with persistence to support students through working with the kids, their parents, and schools.

Minimum qualifications:

·         Bachelors degree

·         experience in human services or education field

·         experience working with youth in upper elementary, middle, or high school ages

·         experience in a school setting preferred

 

Knowledge of:

·         educational system and attendance laws

·         child and adolescent mental health

·         motivational techniques

 

Skills in:

·         working with and engaging students

·         assisting students with goal-setting and decision-making skills

·         accessing local resources

·         communicating with teachers and school staff

·         working with and engaging parents

 

Additional responsibilities include:

·         making a two-year commitment with assigned students

·         interacting with a variety of ages (4th-9th grades)

·         using the Check & Connect model to engage students and work on goal-setting while approving attendance and school engagement, as well as academic performance and behavior

·         assisting in data collection and analysis

·         provide other programs for HCP as needed

The Position
The Stepping Forward Works Coordinator of United Way of Franklin County is a part-time position working with supervision and support from the Community Impact Director to facilitate and execute operations of the Stepping Forward Works career pathway program.

Duties & Responsibilities

Qualifications

About Stepping Forward Works
Stepping Forward Works is a comprehensive career pathway program. The holistic approach to workforce development incorporates job training, essential skills building, and assistance with job searching to help individuals gain and keep a good job as they move toward financial self-sufficiency.

Position Details
Starting wage $25/hour working 25 hours/week. The position is reliant on program funding, therefore, the success of the individual’s ability to grow the program and pursue funding will directly correlate with the wage and hours.

How to Apply
Please submit resume and cover letter to Dawn Buckner, [email protected], by June 5.

Please view full description and application instructions at this website.

The application form is available here.

The Elm Street Program/Bopic is looking for a contract interpreter who is fluent in English-Spanish.