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:April 8, 2014
Close Date: April 22, 2014
HEAD START- Various center positions posted in three counties include jobs in the areas listed below. Please contact Head Start Central Office for specific position:
Sub. Center Aides – All Centers
CHERYL CHADWICK EARLY LEARNING CENTER:
Abbott Substitute Teacher (PT) (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.
Group Teacher (FT) (Bridgeton) – Candidate will be responsible for the health and safety of Preschool children. Plan and execute classroom and outdoor activities, complete lesson plans, observe/evaluate children, coordinate field trips, direct, and supervise teacher’s assistant. Must have a Group Teacher certificate, an Associate Degree, two years experience, and a valid NJ Drivers License.
FAMILY SUCCESS CENTER:
Family Partner Worker II (PT) (Salem) - Conduct intake interviews, complete documentation, schedule appointments, maintain financial records, data entry, participate and assist with activities. Must have own transportation, a valid NJ Driver’s License, ability to read and write; be flexible, have good customer services skill, and bilingual a plus.
Urban Farm Worker (PT) (Bridgeton) - The Mill Creek Urban Farm Worker will assist the Program Coordinator and the Urban Farm Specialist with duties on the farm including but not limited to planting, harvesting, weeding, watering, moderate lifting, constant bending, kneeling and stooping for extended periods, Farmer’s Market, assisting with recruiting volunteers, workshops, hands on demonstrating and general farm duties etc. This position is part-time, approximately 24 hours/week. The Urban Farm Worker will be under the direct supervision of the Program Coordinator and the Urban Farm Specialist. Must have a valid NJ Driver’s License; ability to work independently, operate farm equipment, flexible hours, and weekends.
Program Coordinator Alzheimer’s/Adult Daycare Program (FT) (Vineland) - Manage daily operation of the center. Coordinate all program activities. Responsible for written and online reports. Assist clients with transportation arrangements, toileting as needed, feeding as needed. Must maintain a clean and safe environment. Maintain client files written and online. Represent agency at meetings and functions related to program. Knowledge of Microsoft Office including: Internet, Word, Excel, and Power Point. A minimum 1 year experience working in a health care environment. Must have a valid NJ Drivers License with a clean driving record. Ability to work independently. Must have experience working with persons with Alzheimer’s Disease, elderly, and disabled. Nursing experience is a plus. An Associate Degree required.
Custodial Maintenance (FT) (Bridgeton) – Candidate will be responsible for the day-to-day housekeeping services, including procedures and methods that assure physical safety and clean environment. Must pass a background check, must be dependable, must be able to lift 25 lbs, must be able to work independently and must be physically capable of performing essential functions as assigned by immediate supervisor and department management. One-year experience is required.
Program Nutritionist I (FT) (Camden/ Cumberland/ Salem Co.) - One Program Nutritionist position is available at Tri-County/Gateway WIC program. The multi-site WIC Program operates in Cumberland, Salem and Cape May counties, and is part of Tri-County Community Action partnership, a private non-profit located in Southern NJ. 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. One year experience, but will accept less.