Please fill out the Providence Place employment application below and fax or email to designated person of contact along with cover letter and resume. Fax Number: 210.888.9550
 
Application for Employment
 
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POSITION:  Development Director

DEPARTMENT:  Mission Advancement

REPORTS TO:  Chief Operating Officer

CLASSIFICATION:  Exempt

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  1. Works with COO and senior leadership team to create strategic priorities that outline directions for the organizations financial health and service growth. Helps lead the organization and its constituents through a planning and change process that is transparent, sets appropriate priorities, and effectively uses human and financial resources to address key strategic issues.

 

  1. Provides leadership, strategy and direction for fund development and marketing programs and develops recommendations and systems that lead to organizational growth, diversification and implementation of new giving vehicles.

 

  1. Directs the Development team to ensure clear and consistent communications about the organization and its mission; cultivation of relationships with key audiences in San Antonio and across Texas; strategic and tactical fundraising initiatives to include creating priorities that outline direction; delegating work assignments; administering coaching, counseling and discipline; recruiting for open positions, evaluating performance, and resolving personnel related issues.

 

  1. Oversees and conducts regular assessments of the fundraising functions ultimately responsible for the total income raised by the organization across the various fundraising channels (Direct Mail, Social Media, Online, Church Outreach, Major Gifts and Planned Giving) to include implementing emerging technologies that will provide new channels of communication to reach existing and new supporters.

 

  1. Secures financial support from individuals, organizations/foundations and businesses/corporations.

 

  1. Identifies and utilizes resources, including volunteers, board, staff, publications and the internet to identify and link gift capacity and interest of gift prospects.

 

  1. Conducts presentations with commitment and passion of Providence Place’s vision, mission, values and goals to donors and other community audiences.

 

  1. Attends special events on behalf of the organization whether the events are sponsored by Providence Place, donors or collaborating partners.

 

  1. Ensures all printed, online, broadcast, and direct response communications are consistent and effective by working with department leaders.

 

  1. Enhances the marketing function to track, study, and analyze trends in audiences on issues related to the organization’s services.

 

  1. Provides regular reports to the senior management team on fundraising metrics and program updates; communicate verbally and in writing on fundraising and marketing activities.

 

  1. Participates in special projects to include coordinating volunteers for agency related events.

 

  1. Frequent travel will be required.

 

  1. Use Raisers Edge donor database to effectively track and prepare reports on all prospect identification/cultivation/solicitation efforts

 

  1. Perform other duties as required.

 

EDUCATION:

  • Must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Non-profit Management, Business Administration, Public Administration, Community Development, or related field.
  • A Master’s Degree in related field preferred.

 

EXPERIENCE:

  • Must have at least three (3) years relevant experience, such as: a non-profit development officer, leading effective, sustainable development programs in a high growth environment.
  • Direct non-profit experience preferred.
  • A combination of relevant education and experience will be consider.

 

BENEFITS:

  • 100% employer-paid health and life insurance
  • 401K
  • Health and Wellness program
  • Paid Time Off 16 days/year (0 to 5 years tenure)
  • 12 ½ paid holidays per year

 

To apply, email your resume to Veronica Elizalde at veronica@provplace.org  or fax to (210) 888-9550.  No phone calls please.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:   8/3/17.

Location:     6487 Whitby Road

San Antonio, TX 78240

 

 

POSITION:  Executive Administrative Assistant

DEPARTMENT:  Executive Administration

REPORTS TO:  Chief Executive Officer

CLASSIFICATION:  Non-Exempt

SUMMARY:  The Executive Assistant reports to and provides primary support to the CEO, as well as indirect/as needed support to the Executive Management Team in an operational capacity and enhances executive’s effectiveness by providing information management support.  Responsibilities include screening calls; managing calendars; making travel, meeting and event arrangements; preparing reports and financial data for board and others.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  1. Support CEO in the execution of all daily executive administrative support needs, to include daily stand-up briefings to prioritize the CEO’s heavy scheduling needs in Outlook, email correspondence, and ensuring all travel and logistics are tended to.

 

  1. Manage all administrative aspects of CEO’s office including inquiries and complex calendar by scheduling both internal or external appointments and meetings; proactively identifies and resolves scheduling conflicts.

 

  1. Edit and proofread correspondence, documents, presentations, etc. and prepares for CEO’s approval.

 

  1. Reconcile and manage the CEO’s expenses and credit card statements, and prepares expense report.

 

  1. Utilize discretion when handling confidential information and prioritizing of engagements and/or communications.

 

  1. Screen incoming email, US mail and phone calls; respond as appropriate. Answer correspondence and take action on requests as directed by the CEO.

 

  1. Assist CEO with special events or projects which entail interaction at customer, industry, corporate, and community levels.

 

  1. Coordinate closely with and in many cases, manage calendars of the executive team for both onsite and off-site meetings requiring multiple executives.

 

  1. Coordinate travel arrangements for the CEO and accompanying executives to include flights, hotel, rental vehicles and other travel logistics.

 

  1. Welcomes visitors, determine nature of business, obtain visitor’s name and organization, document such and time of arrival and departure in visitor’s log. Issue visitor badge and route visitor to requested destination/staff employee.

 

  1. Operates telephone console, and e-mail system to properly route all incoming message traffic to requested/appropriate destination/staff member.

 

  1. Acts as back-up to recording daily gifts received spread sheet for Accounts Receivables.

 

  1. Manages all reservations for internal and external use of Providence Place facilities

 

  1. Creates name/ID badges for new employees, students and birth mothers as requested.

 

  1. Performs other duties as assigned.

 

EDUCATION:

  • Bachelor’s degree (Experience may substitute for education)

 

EXPERIENCE:

  • Must possess 2 to 5 years of experience in executive level administrative support, preferably within a nonprofit agency.
  • Must have previous experience supporting a C-Level Executive.

BENEFITS:

  • 100% employer-paid health and life insurance
  • 401K
  • Health and Wellness program
  • Paid Time Off 16 days/year (0 to 5 years tenure)
  • 12 ½ paid holidays per year

 

To apply, email your resume to Veronica Elizalde at veronica@provplace.org  or fax to (210) 888-9550.  No phone calls please.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:   8/3/17.

Location:     6487 Whitby Road

San Antonio, TX 78240

 

 

 

POSITION:  Employment Specialist

DEPARTMENT:  Outcomes & Operations

REPORTS TO:  Outcomes & Operations Director

CLASSIFICATION:  Non-Exempt

SUMMARY:  Provides innovative job placement and job coaching services to individuals enrolled in Providence Place programs. Encourages and motivates individuals facing barriers to employment and maintains community awareness of the local job markets, employment opportunities, and business needs.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  1. Maintains awareness of local job market and opportunities, conducts a minimum of six (6) employer contacts each week to learn about businesses and employer needs, to communicate about specific clients seeking employment or who are currently employed; spends a minimum of 40% or more total scheduled work hours in the community.

 

  1. Assists clients in finding jobs that are interesting and meaningful to them and at the skill level they desire as well as individualized job development as necessary, including volunteer job placement.

 

  1. Provides education and support to employers and negotiates job accommodations.

 

  1. Engages clients and establishes a trusting, collaborative relationship directed toward the goal of competitive employment in community settings.

 

  1. Analyzes information from interviews, medical, psychological and vocational reports as well as other sources to develop short and long term placement goals.

 

  1. Provides individualized employment plans, follow-along support, assist clients in maintaining employment, resolves any issues.

 

  1. Monitors clients’ job progress on schedule determined by sponsoring agency.

 

  1. Attends monthly staffing to gain insight on and provide input on assigned clients and communicates with other team members between meetings in order to coordinate services and generate ideas to help people achieve their employment goals.

 

  1. Inputs necessary data/information in data management system, organizes cases, maintains and updates records on client employment, training and follow-up activities and adheres to all regulatory standards.

 

  1. Must meet and maintain all credentials and regulations under UNT and TWC guidelines.

 

  1. Ensures program compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local regulations, licensing, and other requirements and guidelines.

 

  1. Performs other duties as assigned.

 

EDUCATION:

  • Must have a High School diploma or GED equivalent.
  • Completion of some college classes in Social Work, Human Services, or related field preferred.

EXPERIENCE:

  • Must have at least one (1) year in employment placement and job coaching for deaf, hard-of-hearing and/or individuals with disabilities, or related experience.

 

BENEFITS:

  • 100% employer-paid health and life insurance
  • 401K
  • Health and Wellness program
  • Paid Time Off 16 days/year (0 to 5 years tenure)
  • 12 ½ paid holidays per year

 

To apply, email your resume to Veronica Elizalde at veronica@provplace.org  or fax to (210) 888-9550.  No phone calls please.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:   8/3/17.

Location:     6487 Whitby Road

San Antonio, TX 78240

 

 

POSITION:  Community Outreach Advocate             

DEPARTMENT:  Mission Advancement

REPORTS TO:  Mission Advancement Manager

CLASSIFICATION:  Non-Exempt

SUMMARY:  Coordinates multiple components of development, fundraising, and volunteer events and activities to include church ambassador programs, speaking to small groups, and providing administrative support.  Works in close harmony with Mission Advancement Manager, team and consultants to successfully manage and expand current donor base, to meet the agency’s overall fundraising goal. Maintain donor files in Raiser’s Edge with updated progress reports.  The individual will also provide marketing and outreach activities both with funders and with current and/or potential clientele and supporters. Maintains supply of agency marketing brochures and agency stationary.  Coordinates processing of direct mail appeals to ensure timely and professional mail outs.   Submits timely and detailed action and progress reports to the Mission Advancement Manager.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  1. Develops and implements marketing/recruitment plans; communicates information on programs and their value to diverse groups.
  2. Serves as a Brand Ambassador for Providence Place to promote and gain the respect of diverse individual groups and institutions by demonstrating the ability of the programs to respond to the concerns and interests of those who are served by Providence Place.
  3. Maintains professional networks and professional industry knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; and participating in professional organizations.
  4. Works with Development staff to identify key foundation officers, trustees and other contacts and facilitate meetings and conduct presentations as needed.
  5. Works closely with Mission Advancement Manager and team on expanding current fundraising activities and developing new ones within department budget.
  6. Assists in the fulfillment of Providence Place development activity to include: Direct Mail Giving Campaigns, Church Relations, Donor Database Management and Public Relations.
  7. Coordinates, plans, and oversees the execution of volunteer activities, events, and church ambassador programs to include recruitment, orientation, training, competencies and scheduling.
  8. Coordinates development activities by assisting the Mission Advancement team with fundraising and public relations activities to include putting together promotional packets and brochures.
  9. Coordinates, plans, and conducts volunteer recruitment events at local high schools, universities, or churches by setting up displays, promoting the agency, and following-up with contacts.
  10. Tracks and maintains donor contributions and volunteer information by keying data into Raiser’s Edge database system to include timely processing of thank-you letters and performing other database updates as required.
  11. Ensures volunteers are informed and adhere with the agency’s policies, rules and regulations, and JCAHO and HIPAA standards or other licensing requirements.
  12. Assists other team members with administrative tasks as requested by supervisor to include relieving the Receptionist as needed.
  13. Participates in special projects.
  14. Performs other duties as required.

 

EDUCATION:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Marketing or related field preferred.

 

EXPERIENCE:

  • Must have at least three (3) years’ in training, recruiting, and assigning volunteer activities; supporting development and fundraising activities; or related experience, preferably in non-profit environment.

 

BENEFITS:

  • 100% employer-paid health and life insurance
  • 401K
  • Health and Wellness program
  • Paid Time Off 16 days/year (0 to 5 years tenure)
  • 12 ½ paid holidays per year

 

To apply, email your resume to Veronica Elizalde at veronica@provplace.org  or fax to (210) 888-9550.  No phone calls please.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:   July 19, 2017

Location:       6487 Whitby Road

San Antonio, TX 78240

 

POSITION: Specialized Trainer
DEPARTMENT: ProgramsREPORTS TO: Work Readiness ManagerCLASSIFICATION: Non-Exempt

Providence Place is seeking a qualified Work Readiness Manager. Providence Place is a non-profit organization which provides adoption services and a program for young adults with disabilities in residential and community-based programs.

Our Mission: Providence Place is a non-profit and for purpose organization fostering opportunities. We empower adults with disabilities and people on the adoption journey by supporting independence and building bright futures with endless possibilities.

SUMMARY: Teaches practical living, occupational and vocational skills to clients by adapting teaching methods to meet the needs varying needs of assigned students. Provides community education instruction to the community based on needs identified in strategic planning.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
1. Submits professional, error free, written lesson plans to Work Readiness Manager as directed; reviews and updates lesson plans as needed to meet the needs of assigned students using varying teaching methods (discussion, hands-on, demonstrations, etc.) and ensures 100% accountability for student attendance and hours in class as required by state regulatory agency (TWC).

2. Teaches specialized classes to the community as identified by strategic initiatives.

3. Researches and prepares written lesson plans for teaching practical life, occupational and vocational skills (i.e. health/wellness, personal hygiene, social interaction, decision making, time management, job skills, public transportation, community resources, American with Disabilities Act, etc.) to assigned students by working independently and without direct supervision.

4. Must meet and maintain all credentials and regulations under UNT and TWC guidelines.

5. Ensures program compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local regulations, licensing, and other requirements and guidelines.

6. Maintains a positive learning environment at all times by utilizing positive behavior management tools and techniques.

7. Establishes clear objectives for all classes and communicates objective to others including students, supervisors and TWC counselors.

8. Teaches classes in an understandable manner by utilizing various non-traditional learning techniques such as play acting.

9. Develop individualized goals for improving independent living and employment skills by working with Case Managers and other team members.

10. Records student progress and other documentation accurately and without error in the computer as required to support the Case Managers in preparation of required monthly reports for TWC.

11. Plans for and participates in student staffing as scheduled.

12. Perform other duties as required.

EDUCATION: Must have an Associate’s Degree in English, Human Services, or related field. Bachelor’s degree preferred. ASL proficiency preferred.

EXPERIENCE: Must have at least one (1) year of training or assisting adults with developmental disabilities, or related experience.

BENEFITS: (If Applicable) employer-paid health insurance up to $600 per month; health savings account, if applicable; 100% paid life insurance for employee; 401K; Paid Time Off 16 days/year (0 to 5 years tenure); and 12½ paid holidays per year.

To apply, email your resume to: Veronica Elizalde at veronica@provplace.org or fax to
(210) 888-9550. No phone calls please.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open until filled.
Location: 6487 Whitby Road
San Antonio, TX 78240

 

 

 

POSITION: Client Relations Case Manager
DEPARTMENT: Operations and OutcomesREPORTS TO: Outcomes & Operations DirectorCLASSIFICATION: Non-Exempt

Providence Place is seeking a qualified Client Relations Case Manager. Providence Place is a non-profit organization which provides adoption services and a program for young adults with disabilities in residential and community-based programs.

Our Mission: Providence Place is a non-profit and for purpose organization fostering opportunities. We empower adults with disabilities and people on the adoption journey by supporting independence and building bright futures with endless possibilities.

SUMMARY: Manages and supports case management services to former clients of Providence Place Programs according to prescribed policies and procedures. Will be responsible for tracking client’s progress and arrange any post services needed.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
1. Develops a detailed individual service plan for each client, meet with assess progress, and maintain up to date client files. Prepares complete and accurate client case notes; writes correspondence, reports and other written materials; may prepare statistical reports and summaries; and inputs data

2. Provides ongoing case management services which may include (but not limited to) conducting home visits, monitoring delivery of services and quality of care, reassess client needs including ongoing eligibility for services, track progress and well-being, evaluate case plan effectiveness, effectively manages resources, and prevents conflicting case plans and duplication of services.

3. Determine potential client’s ability to qualify for programs. Answer questions and coordinate internal and external consumer centered services, or provides referrals to other agencies.

4. Provide information and resources to clients that will help them achieve their goals and overcome barriers to employment. Keep clients up to date and receive information about their job search and ongoing barriers.

5. Prioritizes and responds in a timely manner to requests for post adoption services, which may include (but not limited to) counseling for former birth mothers, search and reunion, maintenance of the match database, provision of de-identified information, intermediary services, medical emergencies and death notifications as delegated by supervisor.

6. Maintains, retrieves and restores files from permanent storage, keeps records of transactions of services rendered, and submits pertinent information to the financial department for service billing.

7. Remains current and knowledgeable with regard to state and federal laws which regulate the governing of adoption, post-adoption and CHI-related issues.

8. Provides basic intervention and client and family counseling as required; provides crisis intervention to include responding to emergency calls; reports instances of neglect or abuse to the appropriate authorities; and utilizes appropriate controls for individuals who may be aggressive, combative or hostile by following established protocols and policies.

9. Identifies psychosocial, economic and physical needs of clients. Assesses and reassess client’s support systems, available community resources and other factors to plan, develop, and implement an appropriate service plan.

10. As deemed appropriate and necessary under the direction of the Case Manager Supervisor, Case Manager may attend birth mother delivery, provide support to the birth mother during the relinquishment process, and facilitate the completion of the Open Adoption Agreement outlining the main tenets of birth arrangements and parameters of ongoing relationships in an open adoption.

11. Refers clients to appropriate community medical, emotional, economic and social support organizations; and advocates for or assists the client in obtaining such services.

12. Explains agency and program rules, regulations and procedures which may include (but not limited to) open adoption and relinquishment process; and assists clients in completing required forms and in gathering necessary documentation.

13. Communicates CHI’s and Adoptions of Texas’ philosophies which may include (but not limited to) the process, services, fees, providing training, orientation and on-going support to individuals and families.

14. Confers with other division professionals and supervisors regarding cases, scheduling, and/or to coordinate activities, which may include participation in meetings with CHI students and their families, birth parents and prospective adoptive families.

15. Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the unit’s service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team.

16. Completes reports in a timely manner and in the format required by state or local authorities. Accepts direction from supervisor regarding report format.

17. Performs other duties as assigned.

EDUCATION: Must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Behavioral Science or experience in related field.

EXPERIENCE: Must have two (2) years Case Management experience or experience in related field.
Experience in the community building, event coordination, and public speaking is important.

BENEFITS: (If Applicable) employer-paid health insurance up to $600 per month; health savings account, if applicable; 100% paid life insurance for employee; 401K; Paid Time Off 16 days/year (0 to 5 years tenure); and 12½ paid holidays per year.

To apply, email your resume to: Veronica Elizalde at veronica@provplace.com or fax to
(210) 888-9550. No phone calls please.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open until filled.
Location: 6487 Whitby Road
San Antonio, TX 78240

 

 

POSITION: Direct Care Team Member
DEPARTMENT:  CHI
REPORTS TO:  Evening and Weekend Manager CLASSIFICATION:  Non-ExemptProvidence Place is seeking a qualified Direct Care Worker. Providence Place is a non-profit organization which provides adoption services and a program for young adults with disabilities in residential and community-based programs.

 

Our Mission:  Providence Place is a non-profit and for purpose organization fostering opportunities.  We empower adults with disabilities and people on the adoption journey by supporting independence and building bright futures with endless possibilities.

 

SUMMARY:        Provides a variety of interactive support services in a residential setting to assist with the supervision and safety of individuals with varying disabilities in a dorm facility providing 24-hour care; reinforces and promotes independent living and vocational skills; and ensures a safe, orderly, and clean environment within the facility.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  1. Ensures accountability of all residents
  2. Provides “hands on” support and assistance to residents
  3. Performs crises intervention and problem solving with residents
  4. Maintains order and cleanliness in the dormitory
  5. Assists in ensuring that medication is taken as prescribed
  6. Performs other duties as assigned.

 

EDUCATION: High School Diploma or GED

 

EXPERIENCE:   Preferred: Experience working with people with disabilities, ASL or ESL signing experience

 

BENEFITS: Paid Time Off 16 days/year (0 to 5 years tenure); and 12½ paid holidays per year.

 

To apply, email your resume to: veronica@provplace.org or fax to
(210) 888-9550.  No phone calls please.

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open until filled

Location: 6487 Whitby Road
San Antonio, TX 78240

 

 

 

 

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