ANNOUNCEMENT OF POSITION OPENINGS AS OF 7/15/2019
The YWCA is a women’s membership movement whose mission is the empowerment of women and the elimination of racism. The YWCA Greater Los Angeles is an “equal opportunity employer/program,” and “auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.” We serve the needs of women, youth and children. The following positions are available:
ADMINISTRATIVE SUPERVISOR TO VP, EMPOWERMENT SERVICES: This position provides comprehensive executive management support and supervision of support staff, consultants, interns, and volunteers. The incumbent will ensure the department’s efficiency through organizational and technology processes—coordinate executive communications, including emails, letters, and memos. Prepare internal and external organization documents for funders, partners, and the CEO. Assist the Empowerment Services Department at the direction of the VP; completing projects by assigning work to clerical staff; following up on results. Develops VP schedule and maintains accurate and current calendar, alerting VP to changes and conflicts. Requirements: An AA degree, or equivalent with five years administrative assistant and/or secretarial experience; experience in non-profit organization helpful. Highly organized, dependable, sound judgment, working independently and handling detailed information regarding multiple projects. Comfortable interfacing with numerous people at every level. Must possess a valid California driver’s license.
PROGRAM MANAGER: This position will manage, lead and coordinate services within the Sexual Assault Crisis Services Department for the South Los Angeles rape crisis center. The Program Manager ensures all program goals and objectives are on target and manages the daily activities of program staff, consultants, volunteers, and clients within the guidelines of the organization and funding source. The Program Manager is dedicated to improving staff cross-training, planning, and encourage joint problem-solving relative to direct services and activities and works closely with the Director of Sexual Assault Crisis Services, Clinical Supervisor, and other Program Managers. Requirements: BA (Master’s preferred) in Social Services or related field and/or three years paid experience working as a Manager in a community-based program. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing, experience working with diverse populations. Must have a valid Driver’s License and required car insurance. Attitude toward work that is flexible, cooperative, positive, and dependable. (Angeles Mesa)
HEALTH EDUCATOR: This position is responsible for coordinating and delivering activities and services that promote physical activity and healthy eating as identified in the Cal Fresh Healthy Living Initiative in Walnut Park and/or East Los Angeles. Duties will include providing nutrition education workshops, coordinating participants/clients, volunteers and working with community members and partners to implement objectives and achieve identified outcomes intended to reduce the prevalence of obesity among low-income Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-Education eligible populations by providing nutrition education, physical activity promotion, and working to create healthier environments for low-income individuals and families where they live, learn, work, play, pray, and shop. This position requires working with community partners at identified institutional settings consisting of local Early Childhood Education centers and the two Child Development centers in Walnut Park and/or Union Pacific to carry out strategic institutional and environmental strategies outlined in the Scope of Work for the Champions for Change initiative. Requirements: Preferred BA degree in Public Health, Social Work, Social or Behavioral Sciences. Two years paid or volunteer experience providing culturally appropriate nutrition education and/or physical activity classes. Experience working in underserved communities. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Experience developing and maintaining working relationships with agencies and organizations interested in public health care. Bilingual (Spanish) proficiency skills preferred. Valid California driver’s license and own vehicle required. (Walnut Park)
STAFF ACCOUNTANT: This position is directly responsible for handling the full cycle of monthly payroll, payroll journal entries, including analyzing and reconciling payroll-related general accounts. In addition to payroll, the incumbent will be responsible for accounts payable, including weekly check runs and vendor follow-up. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance with 3 years experience in a Non-profit finance/accounting environment with fund accounting experience, entries related to government contracts and grants. Must have a full understanding of month-end closing and preparing and processing accurate data for the records of the Association and its related business activities. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word.
ASSOCIATE TEACHER: This position is responsible for assisting teachers in implementing high-quality state-funded Child Development programs. Assisting with program curriculum, planning, and implementation of age-appropriate activities that enrich academic skills. Provide careful and effective supervision of children’s activities as assigned by the Program Center Director and Lead Teacher. Requirements: 12 units in Child Development and Associate Teacher permit.
Please contact Jasmine Coleman for Sexual Assault at 310-763-9995
and Darnetta Dartest, for programs/events volunteer information at 213-251-1338 or via e-mail at Darnetta.firstname.lastname@example.org
All positions at sites with children require fingerprint clearance. Current employees of the YWCA GLA are
to complete the Internal Job Posting Application in the SOP. For further job opportunities with the YWCA
of Greater Los Angeles, please check our websites at www.ywcagla.org.
SUBMIT APPLICATIONS & RESUMES TO:
Attention: Human Resources
1020 South Olive St 7th floor, Los Angeles, CA 90010
Ph: 213-365-2991 Fax: 213-251-1350
Employment applications may be obtained and returned to the above locations between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. EEO/AAP/M/F/H