Posted on: 01/15/2019
Housing Advocacy Program Manager
The CDP is hiring a new, full-time Housing Advocacy Program Manager to support the Cape Community Housing Partnership and provide housing consulting services to Lower Cape towns.
We're excited to hear from entrepreneurial professionals with ambition and strong leadership skills. We seek an energetic, collaborative and dependable team player, who is passionate about the work, and enjoys coming up with new ideas as well as overseeing existing programs.
If this is you or someone you know, send a resume and cover letter summarizing your professional experience as it relates to the job description to Andrea Aldana, Andrea@capecdp.org (please attach Word or pdf documents.) References may be requested. Review began December 10, 2018, position open until filled.
READ THE FULL POSITION DESCRIPTION AT https://www.capecdp.org/uploads/Housing-Advocacy-Program-Manager-Position-Announcement.pdf
Posted on: 01/15/2019
Bilingual Officer Coordinator
Job Title: Office Coordinator – Bilingual (Portuguese) FLSA Status: Non-exempt/hourly Reports to: Volunteer and Operations Manager
SUMMARY The Bilingual (Portuguese) Office Coordinator plays an integral role in the day-to-day operations of the WE CAN office as the first point of contact for participants and guests. Through coordination and scheduling of office volunteers, the Office Coordinator ensures guests are welcomed and assisted efficiently either in person or via phone and to translate and interpret as needed. The Office Coordinator is responsible for general office and clerical duties and coordinating all aspects of the reception function. Tasks include, but are not limited to, front desk management, answering phones, maintaining office supplies and machines, meeting and scheduling participants, and coordinating front office volunteers. The Office Coordinator reports to the Volunteer and Operations Manager.
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES ? Oversee all front-end operations creating a welcoming and warm environment for participants and guests ? Supervise reception volunteers and assist with recruitment, onboarding and training ? Reception tasks: answer the phone and triage calls; greet guests and participants; assist in keeping appointments running smoothly; and track all paperwork needed for appointments and workshops ? Provide information and referral to other nonprofits and community organizations to participants as needed ? Provide translation and interpretation skills as needed ? Oversee and administer confirmation process for all appointments ? Input data in FileMaker PRO database (training provided) ? Maintain and update electronic calendars for volunteers, events, and programs ? Monitor upkeep of office equipment, supplies, and facility as well as assist with, or supervise, maintenance ? Order office supplies and communicate with vendors as needed ? Process supply invoices ? Process checks for bank deposits ? Other duties as assigned
SKILLS REQUIRED ? Excellent communication skills: written, oral, and electronic in both English and Portuguese ? Proficiency with computers, and excellent skills in all MS Office applications ? A high level of organization and attention to detail ? Professional and welcoming demeanor; empathetic manner ? Willingness to learn new tasks, skills, and procedures ? Self-motivated, ability to work both independently and effectively in a team environment
? A strong record of providing excellent customer service to various levels throughout an organization ? Flexibility and openness to working with volunteers, and understanding of their key role at WE CAN ? Commitment to working with women of diverse backgrounds, ages and life situations to support success and independence
HOURS: 40 hours per week; Occasional nights and weekends with flexibility within the workweek.
For more information: contact WE CAN at 508-430-8111 or email email@example.com
Equal Employment Opportunity WE CAN is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive culture. WE CAN does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, sex, color, national origin, age sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, mental or physical disability, genetic information, veteran status, or on any other basis prohibited by applicable law. For more information contact WE CAN at 508-430-8111 or email Dawn@wecancenter.org
About WE CAN WE CAN changes lives. Since 2001, WE CAN has provided unique, practical services that empower Cape Cod women to achieve lasting positive change for themselves, their families and, ultimately, for the entire community. For more information, visit www.wecancenter.org or call 508-430-8111.