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Posted 11/22/16

Project Administrator
Supervisor: Executive Director


General Position Description

HIAS Pennsylvania seeks a project administrator to ensure compliance with Federal grant funding obligations, specifically obligations associated with Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) funding and assist all participating agencies on grant with the necessary data collected for this purpose. The administrator will work with VOCA funded staff in analyzing data under the supervision of the Executive Director. Some potential for addressing Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) compliance obligations as well. The ideal candidate will have experience with data collection and metrics analysis and federal grants.  Prior experience with a public interest organization is preferred.

Primary Responsibilities:

In collaboration with VOCA funded staff develop reporting tools for all funded agencies to collect necessary data
Communicate regularly with VOCA funded staff across all three agencies and sub-contractors to ensure participation in quarterly meetings and timely submission of necessary data
Keep comprehensive statistics on all services provided under the project
Participate in PCCD, diversity and other appropriate trainings
Maintain up to date publicity and educational materials regarding collaborative work
Other duties, including but not limited to, data collection, analysis and reporting in accordance with ORR funding compliance requirements as assigned
Qualifications:

The candidate should be passionate about HIAS PA’s mission, understand the organization’s roots in and relationship to the Jewish community, and have a demonstrated ability to work with diverse collaborators and stakeholders. In addition, the candidate should possess:

  • bachelor’s Degree (strongly preferred);
  • experience working addressing federal grant compliance requests;
  • passion for working in a diverse community;
  • excellent organizational and time management skills;
  • able to work independently/collaboratively;
  • excellent communication skills;
  • proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, including Excel, and database management;
  • background/experience with statistics and/or data analysis preferred.

HIAS Pennsylvania is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against anyone on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, political affiliation or belief.

If you are interested this position, please send a cover letter and resume via email to Veronica Cacho at vcacho@hiaspa.org.

- See more at: http://hiaspa.org/news/were-hiring-project-administrator#sthash.tPTQ0Z2N.dpuf

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Posted 9/19/16

Jewish Community Youth Foundation Advisor
Jewish Family & Children's Service of Greater Mercer County

Function: The Advisor is responsible for the instruction and supervision of all classroom activities and site visits for the Jewish Community Youth Foundation Program, in accordance with general policies formulated by Jewish Family & Children’s Service.

Responsibilities:

  • Attend an Advisor retreat on Sunday, September 25 at which time you will learn how to implement the Jewish Youth Community Foundation Program.
  • Instruct a class of twenty students.
  • Arrive 1 hour prior to the training sessions to meet with JCYF staff and monitor hallways and classrooms and stay ½ hour after the training sessions for follow up phone calls
  • Monitor and attend all training sessions (6 once a month trainings)
  • Coordinate and attend activities including Site Visits and Check Presentation Ceremony, as well as other events to be determined.
  • Prepare any materials in preparation for trainings and site visit activities.
  • Contact Jewish Community Youth Foundation participants before and after meetings via phone or email when necessary
  • And any other responsibilities that benefit the agency and clients at the discretion of the Director of Community Programs and Services.


Qualifications:

  • Strong knowledge of Jewish studies and Jewish education
  • Ability to work well with adolescents and their parents
  • Previous teen teaching experience
  • Ability to work well with colleagues
  • Meetings are held on Sundays

Reports to:

Jewish Community Youth Foundation Coordinator

Compensation:

$25/h

For more information, contact Celeste at 609-987-8100

Send resume to:

Mail: Celeste Albert JFCS

707 Alexander Road, Suite 102

Princeton, NJ 08540

Fax: 609-406-1514

E-mail: celestea@jfcsonline.org

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Posted 9/19/16

Coordinator Adult Jewish Learning Program

Gratz College seeks candidate to administer its Gratz Scholars Program, the adult Jewish learning program for the Philadelphia Jewish community. The Coordinator of the Gratz Scholars Program is responsible for the various aspects of the program, including marketing, program development, hiring and supervision of instructors, student relations and administration.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree; background in Jewish studies; creativity and ability to multi-task; excellent written and oral communication; administrative, supervisory and leadership skills; knowledge of the Jewish community.
The ideal candidate is a self-starter, has a degree in Jewish studies and/or Jewish education, and a successful track record in developing and administering adult education programs.
This is a part-time position.

Duration: part-time
Salary Range: $20000 to $25000
Benefits: paid vacation, sick leave, medical, vision, dental, leave early for Shabbat
Other Benefits: Benefits schedule for part time employees
Preferred Experience: 2 Years Experience
Preferred Degree: Bachelors
Job Location: 7605 Old York Road
Melrose Park , Pennsylvania 19027
United States

Send resume to employment@gratz.edu