Cascade AIDS Project
520 NW Davis St Suite 215 Portland OR, 97209
Cascade AIDS Project is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. People of color, women, LGBTQ individuals, and people living with HIV are strongly encouraged to apply!
COMPENSATION: $22.21/hourly ($36,957 annually), Non-exempt
NOTE: This position is part of a union-represented bargaining unit. The compensation, benefits, and conditions of work for this position are collectively bargained.
CAP is proud to offer a comprehensive benefits package for eligible employees. Any non-temporary full-time or part-time employee (working .5FTE or greater) is considered eligible for the benefits below:
Vacation + Leave + Other
16 days of paid vacation (128 hours) each year for the first two years of employment
21 days of paid vacation (168 hours) each year of employment beginning in year three
12 days of paid health leave per year
12.4 paid holidays per year
Longevity bonus – two weeks of paid leave on the fourth anniversary, must be used within two years after the date awarded. Additional longevity bonuses are awarded at eight-year and 12-year anniversaries
Continue Education Reimbursement
Cell Phone Reimbursement
Pre-Tax Transportation Program
401(k) Plan – CAP matches employee contributions up to 3% of salary, this benefit includes on-call and per diem staff
Flexible Spending Account to set aside employee pre-tax dollars for unreimbursed medical and dependent expenses.
Medical and vision insurance – premiums fully paid by CAP for employee (Kaiser Permanente)
Dental insurance – premiums fully paid by CAP for employee (Lincoln or Willamette Dental)
Voluntary supplemental vision insurance (Lincoln)
Employee Assistant Program (EAP)
Life Insurance + Disability + Family Leave
Life Insurance ($100,000) and AD&D insurance – premiums fully paid by CAP for the employee (Mutual of Omaha)
Long term disability insurance (Mutual of Omaha)
Short term disability insurance (Mutual of Omaha)
Loan Forgiveness Programs – Employees are eligible to apply to the following programs
Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
Oregon Health Care Provider Loan Repayment Program (licensed and unlicensed providers)
Scholars for a Healthy Oregon Initiative (SHOI) Program
CAP is excited to announce that we are currently hiring a 0.8 FTE (32hrs) Bilingual MAI Latinx Health & Housing Services Specialist. The Bilingual MAI Latinx Health & Housing Services Specialist works with the staff and management of Cascade AIDS Project (CAP) to provide high-quality, coordinated, strengths-based social services consistent with the agency’s mission. This individual works in CAP’s Housing and Support Services department to provide healthcare systems navigation (0.5 FTE) and emergency rent assistance (0.3 FTE) to people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) who are Latinx/a/o.
Responsibilities include: assessing client needs and adherence to HIV medications on a regular basis; supporting clients in building health literacy skills; providing information and referral; developing individual goal plans and assisting clients in carrying out the activities to achieve their goals; completing and processing CAP emergency rent assistance applications; mediation and direct communication with landlords; completing forms, and entering data into agency databases in a timely and accurate manner. The Temporary Rent Assistance Specialist works collaboratively and communicates effectively with clients, volunteers, CAP staff, and community partners. Other duties as assigned.
This position will report to the Manager of Short-Term Housing & MAI Services and work closely with the MAI Latino Services Navigator and Emergency Rent Assistance Coordinator. The person in this position is stationed in the CAP Davis St office but will travel occasionally throughout the five-county service area for meetings. Evening and weekend work are sometimes required. This is a non-management, union-represented position.
Alcohol, Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services Board of Cuyahoga County
2012 West 25th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44113
The Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board of Cuyahoga County is seeking a qualified candidate to fill a Adult Behavioral Health Specialist II (Criminal Justice) position.
Adult Behavioral Health Specialist II (Criminal Justice): Under the supervision of the Director of Adult Behavioral Health Programs, assists with planning, developing, implementing and evaluating forensic behavioral health programs and services for Cuyahoga County adults. Serves as liaison to the criminal justice system including Courts, Corrections Planning Board and Office of Reentry. Assists in the planning, development, and sustaining of a recovery-oriented system of care. Performs authorization and utilization functions for community-based adult behavioral health services. Represents the ADAMHS Board through various committee assignments.
For instructions on how to apply, full Job description and minimum job qualifications please go to www.adamhscc.org .
The salary for this position is $65,000.00.
The deadline for applying is 6:00 p.m. on Friday, September 2, 2022.
Qualified individuals in recovery from mental illness and/or addictions are encouraged to apply for open positions.
AIDS Foundation of Chicago
The Human Resources Coordinator provides administrative support on all Human Resources matters with a focus on recruiting support to the Talent Acquisition Manager and processing support to the Human Resources Generalist.
The salary range for this position is $40,000 to $42,000.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Recruitment and Selection
Assist in the recruitment process for the hiring of all exempt and non-exempt employees; this includes posting open positions, conducting initial review of resumes and cover letters, conducting phone screenings, scheduling interviews, and checking references
Process and verify I-9 documentation
Administration and Employee Service
Perform client service functions by responding to employee requests and questions
Prepare paperwork for employee status changes including salary changes, transfers, promotions, and terminations; submit changes for processing to ensure accurate record keeping and proper deductions
Place award orders and gift orders for birthdays and anniversaries as backup to HR Generalist or PCE Manager
Place HRTM check requests and assist in documentation for HRTM budget
Process all new hire paperwork and create/maintain all new employee files
Assist with conducting new employee orientation including preparing materials, scheduling, and meeting room preparation
Maintain all personnel files and ensure record-keeping compliance including audit preparation
Make photocopies, fax documents, and perform other clerical functions
Client Service and Guidance
Serve as employee first point of contact with the Human Resources and Talent Management team; answer or field questions based on employee needs
Promote a professional, positive, and supportive work environment and exemplify a client service focus in all aspects of employee, intern, and contractor relations
HR Systems (HRIS) and Metrics
Assist the HR Generalist in maintaining the HRIS system; this includes entering and updating employee information as needed, generating reports to maintain compliance, and ensure the accuracy of information
Manage time and attendance in Paylocity, including setting up new employees, reviewing and approving time sheets, troubleshooting errors, and reporting
Enter and track applicant and employee data
Conduct employee training (i.e., how to complete timesheet, how to submit time-off requests, etc.) to support the Learning and Talent Development Manager
Act in a generalist manner, and provide coverage for other HRTM roles if needed
Provide general administrative support across HRTM when needed
Perform other duties as assigned
The list of essential functions, as outlined herein, is intended to be representative of the tasks performed within this classification. It is not necessarily descriptive of any one position in this class. The omission of an essential function does not preclude management from assignment of duties not listed herein if such functions are a logical assignment to the position.
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS (EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION)
1 or more years of Human Resources experience (including internship experience)
1 year experience using intermediate Microsoft Office functionality (for example, Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint)
Bachelor’s degree in business or related field and 2 or more years of Human Resources experience
2 or more years of experience using intermediate Microsoft Office functionality (for example, Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint)
1 year experience using payroll/HRIS system (for example, Paylocity, ADP)
Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Excellent customer service orientation and skillset
Strong communication skills, both written and verbal
Ability to maintain confidential information
Ability to manage competition priorities with organization and timeliness
Excellent attention to detail
REQUIRED CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
WORK ENVIRONMENT AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The work environment is representative of that found in a general office environment. Tasks involve the ability to exert light physical effort in sedentary to light work, but which may involve some lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of objects and materials of moderate weight (up to 10 pounds.) Tasks may involve extended periods of time at a keyboard or workstation and on the telephone. This position may staff career fairs outside of the office.
Anacostia Watershed Society
4302 Baltimore Avenue, Bladensburg, MD 20710-1031
The Anacostia Watershed Society seeks an Environmental Educator to engage watershed communities (primarily youth) in learning about, experiencing, and restoring the Anacostia River and its watershed through environmental education programs. This full-time, exempt position will teach watershed education in area classrooms, lead field studies on the Anacostia River, conduct teacher trainings, and engage students as well as other volunteers in service projects. The Environmental Educator will also provide information to and recruit area schools and teachers to participate in programming. The Environmental Educator is a critical part of the Education Team, works directly with the Manager of Education, and works collaboratively across the organization.
The Environmental Educator is an integral part of the organization and is an exciting opportunity to contribute to the watershed’s restoration and the engagement of diverse communities, partners, and other stakeholders to deliver on our mission to protect and restore the Anacostia River and its watershed by bringing partners and communities together to achieve a clean and safe Anacostia River for the benefit of all living in its watershed and for future generations.
About the Anacostia Watershed Society
Since its founding in 1989, the Anacostia Watershed Society has worked to protect and restore the Anacostia River and its watershed communities. Over the past 30 years, AWS has grown and developed from a small group of concerned individuals into an award-winning non-profit, with an annual budget of $3 million, that is deeply involved in a cause that affects many different Washington, D.C. metro area communities within the 176 square-mile watershed.
As part of its mission, the Anacostia Watershed Society works with schools and students throughout Washington, D.C. and Montgomery and Prince George’s counties, engaging them in an experience that educates them through hands-on service and allows them to play a part in the continuing improvement of the Anacostia River watershed. In addition, AWS serves as a voice for the river; advocating for and actively involving itself in policies, actions, and programs that protect its ecological health, improve water quality, and work to mitigate the negative effects of stormwater, bacteria, and trash.
Implement meaningful environmental education program activities as needed to support achieving Education Team objectives.
Facilitating classroom-based programming, leading interpretive boat tours, and engaging students and community members in hands on restoration activities.
Assist with program development, evaluation, and fundraising, as requested.
Participate in other special projects, organization-wide efforts, and other tasks as assigned.
Interest and/or experience in environmental education, conservation, enthusiasm for and comfort in the outdoors, and ability to work with people of all ages, especially experience working with youth in a metropolitan area.
Demonstrated interest and/or passion for environmental justice and the importance of inspiring diverse communities to action.
Effective problem-solving and decision-making skills; ability to work with minimal supervision.
Ability to collaboratively evaluate effectiveness, adapt program design and implementation, develop annual work plans, etc.
Strong written/verbal communication skills, including persuasive and effective communication that forwards the purpose and mission of the organization.
A strong and active interest in learning and personal growth, including actively and reflectively pursuing growing self-awareness and receiving feedback from colleagues.
Self-motivation, innovation, resourcefulness, and a collaborative team player.
Boating and Paddling experience strongly preferred.
Willing, motivated, and able to work a flexible schedule that includes some evenings and weekends, work in the field, often outside in variable weather, travel, and driving to schools and field sites. Some physical work required (i.e. ability to lift up to 30 pounds).
Required Qualifications and Experiences
Experience in teaching or working with youth in an educational setting, at a nonprofit or through other types of educational programming/project management.
Experience teaching environmental science and education, or other related science fields; Bachelor’s degree in education an added plus.
Demonstrated command of the required technical information relevant to environmental science and environmental literacy initiatives, teaching and managing K-12 classrooms, and other AWS education programs.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office; experience with virtual teaching preferred.
Bilingual candidates encouraged to apply.
Current CPR/First Aid certification strongly preferred and/or required upon hiring.
Valid driver’s license and clean driving record.
We partner with and support multiple people in the communities we serve, and therefore, require COVID-19 vaccination for all AWS staff.
Interested applicants should email a cover letter and résumé formally expressing your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org .
AWS encourages and embraces diversity. We seek qualified applicants that reflect the rich diversity of the communities we serve.