Gateway Community Action Partnership is currently accepting applications/ resumes for the following positions. Please contact the Human Resources Department at (856) 451-6330 if interested.
An employment application is available at the link on the left. Completed applications may be scanned and emailed to Michelle Brown at email@example.com
Post Date:August 15, 2017
Close Date: August 29, 2017
CHERYL CHADWICK EARLY LEARNING CENTER:
Abbott Substitute Teacher (P/T) (Bridgeton) – Responsible for filling in for absent teachers. Must be able to follow a classroom schedule, lesson plan, and work with children of ages 3-4. The position is on-call when needed and shifts may vary from day-to-day. High School Diploma or GED certificate, Bridgeton or County substitute certificate, and a valid driver’s license are required.
Substitute Teacher’s Assistant (P/T) (Bridgeton) – To execute educational program in line with CCELC educational goals, beliefs, and designed curriculum. Responsible for filling in for absent teachers. Must be able to follow a classroom schedule and work with various ages 0-5. Position is on-call when needed shift may vary from day-to-day. Must have a HS Diploma or GED certificate and a valid NJ Driver’s License.
FAMILY DAY CACFP COORDINATOR:
Family Day CACFP Coordinator (P/T) - Candidate will ensure compliance with all CACFP regulations, ensure providers complete paperwork needed for monthly vouchers. Will provide outreach and recruitment of family day care homes and visit homes of day care providers. Will provide annual training for family day care providers and monitor providers for compliance in meal service, menus and food preparation. Assist Nutrition Manager in the development and maintenance of CACFP contract. Will attend and actively participate in staff and other agency meetings and represent Agency at state Department of Agriculture’s nutrition workshops. Experience is a plus but not required. Candidate must have a valid NJ driver’s license and reliable transportation.
FAMILY SUCCESS CENTER:
Temp. Site Coordinator (F/T) (Salem) - Work with children and families, ensure and maintain documentation, supervise staff and program implementation, serve a liaison in the community, oversee program operations, attend and coordinate meetings, conduct and facilitate parent education and other curriculum and case supervision, supervise staff etc. Must have a Bachelor’s degree, at least three years of experience working with children and families in addition to supervisory experience. A valid driver’s license is required. Must have own transportation, ability to read and write, flexibility etc.
NJ HEALTH INITIATIVE NEXT GENERATION OF COMMUNITY LEADERS:
NJHI Generation of Community Leaders Coach (P/T) (Bridgeton) (2) - The Next Generation of Community Leaders Coach will assist the Next Generation of Community Leaders in: developing strong leadership skills; gain awareness of the need for community and civic participation; strengthen communication and research skills; assist in helping the Youth Leaders identify, research, evaluate, and plan the execution of their “health related” idea; Interact with adult leaders in business, non-profits and the public sector; and empower and support their ideas and involvement in their community. All applicants must be a Bridgeton resident, must be between the ages of 14-21 years old, complete a Next Generation Community Leaders application, and complete interview with Project Coordinator and Coach (Selection Committee); provide at least three references [two references must be from a classroom teacher (high school students), and the other reference may be from coach, principal, pastor, employer, or community member.] All references must include the full name of the applicant, and be signed by the referee. (2 hours/month for 10 months – Sept. 2017 through June 2018 and 37.5 hours per week from July 9, 2018 through August 3, 2018).
NJHI Generation of Community Leaders (P/T) (Bridgeton) (14)- The Next Generation of Community Leadersis to empower and support young people’s ideas and involvement in the betterment of their community. The program will involve high school students and young adults who have or are willing to demonstrate leadership abilities. In turn, youth who will develop a team of informed, committed and competent youth motivated to learn more about their community, assume leadership roles in their schools, and become more involved in the civic, cultural, and economic development of their community. The selected Community Leaders will identifya health-related need in their community; research the data; create a plan, and promote their ideas to City Council. All applicants must be a Bridgeton resident, must be between the ages of 14-21 years old, complete a Next Generation Community Leaders application, and complete interview with Project Coordinator and Coach (Selection Committee); provide at least three references [two references must be from a classroom teacher (high school students), and the other reference may be from coach, principal, pastor, employer, or community member.] All references must include the full name of the applicant, and be signed by the referee. (2 hours/month for 10 months – Sept. 2017 through June 2018 and 37.5 hours per week from July 9, 2018 through August 3, 2018).
Home Energy Assistance Tech/Intake (F/T) (Cumberland, Gloucester & Salem Co.) (3) – Assist applicants with completing HEA/USF application, file in numeric and alphabetical order, make copies, send faxes, assist staff with applications, receive application, date stamping and preparing application; manage case files, answer incoming calls, and enter data into computer. Ability to work in busy office, and handle heavy workload. One (1) year experience in consumer friendly environment and data entry skills. Must have New Jersey Driver’s License, High School Diploma or GED, Good written and communication skills
Program Nutritionist (F/T) (Atlantic & Camden Co.) (2) - The program nutritionist will be responsible for determining participants’ nutritional risk and needs, will prescribe supplemental food and provide individual/group counseling to WIC program participants. Attends and participates in staff meetings, in-service training, and other professional and staff development activities. Other duties assigned by Supervisor. Applicants must work well independently, and with the public. Supervises clinic operations including but not limited to high risk counseling; development of lesson plans and special activities; outreach; Assists in the organization and in the maintaining of general nutrition education materials and displays in the WIC clinics such as bulletin boards, pamphlets, food displays, etc. Must have the ability to work in a fast paced environment with multi-cultural, and multi-lingual clientele and /staff. Travel within Tri-County/Gateway Service area is required. BS in Foods and Nutrition is also required, or Dietetics Verification of IV/V or DPD from ADA. Applicants must work well independently, and with the team. One-year experience, but will accept less.
Provide daily (or when responsible for more than one center, as duties allow) onsite supervision to assigned center(s) to ensure that the Head Start Performance Standards and NJ Licensing Regulations are implemented including, but not limited to: identify and resolve problems, observe and assess progress of staff, assess physical condition of facilities including follow-ups and ensure safety is maintained, ensure development and documentation of in-kind, ensure implementation of CACFP and Family Style, meet ERSEA guidelines and supervise volunteers.
· P-3 Certification and Bilingual preferred
· Clear Child Abuse Registry Information for the State of NJ
· Valid driver’s license and access to an insured vehicle