Outreach Teen & Family Services, Inc. currently has the following position/s available:
Part-time Bookkeeper – Job Open 8/23/19
The Bookkeeper is accountable for specific tasks within the financial operations of the agency. Hours are permanently part time and will be a maximum of 8.0 hours week. Schedule can be flexible. Competitive Hourly Rate.
- Maintain cash balances in QuickBooks on weekly basis;
- Complete bi-weekly payroll processing;
- Reconcile bank accounts;
- Perform month end adjusting entries;
- Complete and review month end reporting for finance committee and Board meetings;
- Perform ad-hoc reporting, specifically for grant statistics;
- Assist external accounting firms with annual audit and tax preparation;
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- A Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Social Sciences, Finance, Marketing or related field
- 2 – 4 years of experience as an accountant or professional bookkeeper role;
- Non-profit experience is preferred, but not a requirement;
- 3-5 years of QuickBooks experience
- Clear understanding of the functions and operations of non-profit organizations;
- Excellent team player;
- Must be an experienced user of MS Office, specifically Excel;
- Knowledge of QuickBooks, related financial software;
- Excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability to communicate clearly with all internal and external stakeholders, especially financial professionals;
- Ability to effectively identify, analyze and solve problems;
- Ability to pay close attention to detail and maintain confidentiality;
- Ability to make sound judgment in decision making and to work independently;
- Ability to effectively support the agency’s Mission and enforce established policies and procedures;
- Extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
Email Cover Letter and Resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Part-time Program Manager
Job Open: 7/8/19
Are you looking for a great way to work with kids and families? Do you need a flexible schedule to accommodate family commitments? Then this Part-Time (12 hours/week) Program Manager position is for you! The Program Manager will be responsible for delivery of programming/workshops/courses; program research, development, implementation and evaluation; and expansion of present programming, in accordance with the agency’s Strategic Plan. This position has been funded by a grant and therefore continuation of the position after the initial one-year term is contingent upon generation of revenue from programming, as well as satisfactory performance of the position requirements.
- A Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Social Work, Counseling or a related field; Master’s Degree preferred
All Legal Clearances required.Experience:
- Minimum of two years program development experience;
- Minimum of two years’ experience working with children and teens;
- School-based program implementation experience.
- Exercise management and operational oversight in all areas of accountability;
- Develop and expand program offerings to address identified needs;
- Responsible for implementation of agency programs collaborating with the Executive Director and Director of Professional & Program Services;
- Participate in both internal and external committees, task forces, provider meetings and/or community events as required.
- Attend trainings as required both by law and by contractual obligations;
- Support and promote agency fundraising and development initiatives;
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Please email Cover Letter and Resume to: Dr. Tracy Scanlon, email@example.com
A.R.T. Program Facilitator
Job Open: 10-18-18
Group Facilitator Part Time Position: Flexible Hours, Excellent Setting.
Competitive Hourly Rate, Commensurate with Industry Best Practices.
Bachelors or Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling Psychology, Criminal Justice or Education. Graduate Students May Apply.
All Legal Clearances required.
This position provides facilitation and behavior management focusing on ART (Aggression Replacement Training) which is an evidence-based, cognitive behavioral intervention that concentrates on the development of individual skills to address various emotional and social aspects that contributes to aggressive behavior in youth. The program specifically targets chronically aggressive children and adolescents ages 12-17. Each cohort is 10 weeks in duration. Ideal position for a person familiar with the juvenile justice population and adjudicated youth who is interested in criminal justice. All training provided by agency.
Other Duties and Responsibilities:
- Demonstrate ability to manage group behaviors.
- Work cooperatively with referral sources as well as other facilitators.
- Deliver quality instruction of standardized curriculum.
- Report back to supervisor on a regularly basic and maintain contact with referral sources as needed.
- Use good judgment in securing additional consultation as clinically indicated while demonstrating the ability to use supervision/consultation effectively for continuous quality improvement and Program fidelity.
- Ensure that each client or family is documented in progress notes and included on the case activity form assuring that the client file is constantly updated with contact.
- Provide all requested documentation & information to the ART manager in a timely manner.
- Maintain strict professional boundaries with all clients/families.
- Utilize an agency provided email address that is checked regularly and respond to messages within 24 hours.
- Adhere to all required Documentation Policies and Procedures.
Please submit resume, cover letter and preferred hourly rate to:
Dr. Tracy Scanlon, firstname.lastname@example.org