Dear LLAC/Latino Forum,
The Commission/Office of Human Rights and Equity will be taking applications for a Project Manager for Equitable Governance. You can check out the job posting here:
Applicants can send a cover letter and resume to Eliza.Kauffman@nola.gov.
This position will help us embed equitable practices within City Hall and assist each Department Head with developing equity plans. They will also develop benchmarks and performance measurements and help create equity assessment tools so a background in data/analytics is helpful.
Please share this and encourage people in your networks to apply.
Director, Equity Initiatives
Executive Director, Human Relations Commission
Pronouns: He, Him, His
Office of Mayor LaToya Cantrell |City of New Orleans
1300 Perdido Street | Suite 8E07 | New Orleans, LA 70112
504-658-4023 (office) | 504-295-6048 (mobile) | email@example.com
McKinley High School is looking to hire bilingual Spanish-speaking teachers. Applicants need to speak Spanish, have a bachelors degree, and either have a teaching certificate or be willing to get alternatively certified. The bachelors degree can be in any subject. Interested applicants can email Alex Torres firstname.lastname@example.org or 225-715-7139 for more information.
Alejandra Torres, M.A.
Humanities Amped ELL Teacher & Coordinator
McKinley Senior High
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Jewish Family Service of Greater New Orleans
Job Title: Bilingual (Spanish) Social Worker
Job Type: Part Time (20 hours/week)
Jewish Family Service of Greater New Orleans (JFS) is a constituent agency of the Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans and a community impact partner of United Way of Southeast Louisiana. Established over 70 years ago, Jewish Family Service is a “whole person environment,” serving the residents of Greater New Orleans without regard to race, religion, disability, gender, or sexual orientation.
-Provide intensive case management and counseling for victims of human trafficking (both US and foreign born) living in the Greater New Orleans area in both English and Spanish
-Outreach and marketing to promote human trafficking program
-General Case Management to older adults and families as needed
-Individual counseling to clients of all ages
Essential Skills Necessary to Succeed
- strong oral and written communication skills
- advanced organizational skills and ability to troubleshoot, handle crises and prioritize work
- proficient computer skills
- self-sufficiency and
- ability to work both independently and as part of a team as appropriate
- experience in both case management and counseling
- some knowledge/experience about human trafficking preferred
Bilingual Spanish and MSW required.
Compensation: Depends on Experience.
If you meet the minimum requirements, please send resume, cover letter and references to email@example.com.
Start the Adventure In Reading (STAIR)
Start The Adventure In Reading (STAIR) is a local, volunteer-based non-profit literacy program providing volunteer tutors – to elementary public school students in danger of academic failure. STAIR’s overall mission is to improve the reading skills and self-esteem of elementary school students as a means to prevent academic failure and other at-risk behaviors. STAIR uses a step-by-step detailed program designed to enhance the curriculum of the public schools. STAIR works in partnership with students, parents, principals, teachers and community organizations in Orleans, Jefferson, St. Tammany and Tangipahoa Parishes and has touched over 6,800 1st,2nd and 3rdgrade students in its 30+ year history. To learn more about the organization please visit http://stairnola.org
Reporting to the Board of Directors the STAIR Executive Director has overall responsibility for the organization’s operations and execution of its mission. The ED is responsible for ensuring that its programmatic, fiscal, personnel, development and marketing strategies are effectively and efficiently implemented. A successful candidate will have a proven track record in: nonprofit management, inspiring and coaching staff and volunteers, fiscally responsible development and management of operational budgets, and successfully engaging funders and community partners with STAIR’s mission.
- Takes a leadership role in driving a collaborative process with the Board of Directors that results in the development of strategic goals, objectives, and operational plans
- Supports the financial and legal responsibilities of the Board working with the standing and ad hoc committees of the Board.
- Assists the Board of Directors in periodically reviewing programs and operating budget for effectiveness and efficiency, and makes recommendations for program development, expansion, and discontinuation.
- Ensures the Board is kept fully informed on the condition of the organization by providing regular data and analysis of key organizational indicators, including financial, fundraising, human resources and program reports.
Strategy and Planning
- Develops and leads the long-range strategy of the organization.
- Consults and communicates with 5 STAIR affiliates throughout the country.
- Remains informed of best practice approaches in volunteer management, literacy programming and school/community collaborations.
- Leads, motivates, and develops staff (currently 1 full time, 3 part time and 24 Site Directors) to work effectively toward continual improvement and ensure they are passionate about STAIR’s mission.
- Ensures that STAIR staff and volunteers have the skills and support to carry out their responsibilities.
- Monitors compliance of all employment policies to include but not be limited to: a) recruiting and hiring; b) ongoing staff development; c) performance management; d) compensation and benefits; e) separation of employment.
Program Development and Implementation
- Oversees and approves the development, design and delivery of program initiatives, assuring that the goals and objectives are aligned with STAIR’s overall strategic plan.
- Oversees STAIR curriculum and materials as well as the operation of the 25 tutoring locations.
- Oversees and authorizes the administrative components of all program services, including contracts, and grant reporting.
- Maintains and grows working relationships with sites, schools, churches, and other stakeholder groups in support STAIR programming
Finance and Fund Development
- Ensures the financial health of the organization, including developing long and short-range financial priorities to support the needs of the program and staff.
- Monitors the budget, and ensures sound financial controls are in place.
- Supervises all fund development activities, including: a) grant writing; b) cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of donors; c) event planning; d) development of earned income activities; and e) identification of new resources.
- Develops and executes a diversified fundraising action plan to significantly increase revenue from various sources, including major individual donors, foundations, and business, with the support of the Board of Directors and Development staff.
- Cultivates and support current and prospective donors through every stage of a gift.
- Represents STAIR and its mission to students, schools, families, volunteers, general public, donors and the media.
- Promotes STAIRs visibility through collaboration and participation in community forums, civic engagement, and activities that are aligned with the organization’s mission.
- Guides all external relations and collaborations including website, newsletter, social media, annual report and annual appeal.
- Undergraduate degree in relevant field and a minimum of three years in a management and supervisory capacity in a nonprofit organization (experience with nonprofits focused on literacy and/ or youth development and/or school community collaborations and/or delinquency, drop-put prevention services is preferred).
- Experience in developing and maintaining effective partnerships to with schools and or community agencies.
- Experience with volunteer management and support.
- Proven track record in fund raising and involvement with revenue generating projects.
- Previous experience in working with a Board of Directors and successfully engaging them to further the vision of the organization.
- Proven effectiveness in working with a diversity of constituencies.
- Experience in leading a team, supervising staff and managing volunteers.
- Strong verbal and oral communication skills, superior interpersonal skills and proven ability to effectively multi-task.
- Knowledge of QuickBooks preferred
- Experience with and appreciation for the unique New Orleans public education landscape is preferred.
The ideal candidate will possess a deep commitment to leveraging the power of volunteers to improve the literacy skills of young people. We are seeking an individual that embraces the goals of STAIR, is contagious in their passion for the organization, and can harness their skills and commitment to improve and expand its reach Salary range $59,000- $65,000 commensurate with experience. To apply please send a Resume and cover letter which addresses your suitability for the position and your thoughts on the three most important skills of an effective nonprofit Executive Director. Materials should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications will be accepted through COB September 14, 2018.
STAIR is committed to providing equal employment for all persons. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating and inclusive environment for all employees.