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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.

 

 

Post Date:            May 18, 2015

Close Date:         June 8, 2015

 

 

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 (PT) (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.

 

FINANCE:

Assistant to Senior Vice President/ C.O.O. (F/T) (Bridgeton) – The individual is responsible to provide personal, professional administrative assistant services to the Senior V.P. / C.O.O. of Gateway CAP at the senior (executive) level of agency administration. Schedule and/ or maintain a calendar of meetings, appointments, and engagements (internally and externally) with and for the Senior V.P./ C.O.O., maintain regular, open communication with senior staff, department heads, and line staff throughout the entire agency, and prepare letters, memorandums, reports, applications and other general correspondence for supervisor. Must have the ability to work effectively with management, staff, business associates, and customers in a cooperative, goal-oriented manner; strong organizational skills, ability to act professionally, to represent the agency positively, and support mission, vision, and purpose. Must also possess and maintain a valid NJ Driver’s license, have a minimum two-year Associates degree from an accredited college with courses in business, administration, or other related field.

 

LITERACY:

Literacy Specialist (F/T) (Bridgeton) - Manage all aspects of assigned literacy programs within a larger literacy department including delivering training, maintaining records, managing volunteers, and reporting to various parent organizations. (Potential program areas include basic literacy, one-on-one and small group tutoring, Family Literacy, ESL, Financial Literacy, Health Literacy and computer literacy). Represent literacy programs to public, support other literacy programs within the department as needed, and perform other related duties as assigned. Experience delivering training; minimum of one year in volunteer supervision and program management. Advanced skills may be substituted for experience. Must be able to work independently with minimal supervision, knowledge of office equipment, computer skills, Bachelor’s degree in related field, ability to convey a positive and professional image, and a valid NJ Driver’s License are required. Bilingual in Spanish preferred.

 

Literacy Assistant (P/T) (Bridgeton) - Supports Literacy Services Department in maintaining client records. Provides clerical and support services for the Literacy Department. Facilitates translation of program intake requirements and coordinates assessments for Spanish-speaking clients. Bi-Lingual in Spanish preferred. Interest or experience in adult literacy. Must be able to communicate effectively and clearly both orally and in writing. Ability to prioritize and organize assigned work and meet deadlines. Computer literate and able to operate office equipment. Minimal one year clerical experience. Willingness to work flexible hours. Must possess a valid NJ Driver’s License.

 

SOCIAL SERVICES:

HEA (Home Energy Assistance) Clerk (Temp. P/T) (Bridgeton/ Paulsboro): - The HEA Clerk will be responsible for filing in numeric and alphabetical order, making copies and sending faxes; assist client with LIHEAP application, assist staff with applications, receiving applications, date stamping, and preparing application. Must have experience with clerical office work, making copies, faxing, and have the knowledge in filing alphabetically, and numerically. Candidate must also have a HS Diploma or GED certificate and a valid NJ Driver’s License.