El Sol Full Time Case Manager
This is an FLSA Classified Non-Exempt Position. This is a full time position for 40 hours per week. The Case Manager is a full time position that serves the purpose of assisting workers in reaching their goal of increased self-sufficiency by providing access to vocational training and educational classes through the Worker Development Program at El Sol. The Case Manager shall facilitate effective coordination, communication, and collaboration with workers and program coordinators/services providers to assist clients to achieve self-sufficiency.
- Admits new clients to the Worker Development Program by ensuring that workers are registered with proper documentation and following El Sol guidelines. (5%)
- During Intake Process, assess and document in client’s file the basic needs of client. Must complete Self-Sufficiency Matrix, calculate score and offer referrals as needed. (5%)
- Oversee client paperwork during Intake process to make sure all documents are completed, signed, dated and in order. Must comply with monitoring requirements as set by funding source and supervisor. (5%)
- Registers the worker for classes, trainings and workshops (in WITS program) in agreement with the worker under a written Action Plan to be developed and followed up every six months after the date of its signature (5%)
- Performs a 6 month follow up with workers to determine continued eligibility in the program by completing a Commitment to Renew the ID Card Form SOP 101.5. Enters the 6 month outcome information in SAMIS. This is called Performance Measurement. (5%)
- Determines if a client requires an El Sol Case Closure Form SOP 101.7 after the 6 month review. (5%)
- Monitors cases by verifying client’s attendance to classes and by observing and evaluating progress and responses (5%)
- Maintains workers’ records on file on a daily basis and completes progress notes; logging events, follow up visits, and behavioral attitudes towards the agreed Action Plan (5%)
- Responsible for maintaining and organizing client files under locked filing system in order to keep confidentiality of client information. (5%)
- Works closely with the Worker Development Coordinator to evaluate workers’ status by analyzing results, identifying trends, and advocates for needed services that may be used by the workers. (5%)
- Other duties may be assigned. Be creative with program development. (5%)
- Organizational skills required for documentation and filing
- Able to work within a team setting and able to provide conflict resolution with clients
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills in both English and Spanish
- Computer skills for data entry and excel and Microsoft office software
- Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or equivalent with 3 years’ experience dealing with underserved communities and diverse population
This position will report to the Chief Program Officer. Email your cover letter and resume to Heather at firstname.lastname@example.org.
El Sol School for Parents Teacher
This is an FLSA Classified Exempt Position. This is a seasonal, part-time position.
The teacher is required to teach children who primarily speak English, with a few who do not and whose primary language is Spanish. The curriculum follows the one their parents are learning through activities that are fun and educational. They are required to prepare lessons and teach them under the supervision of the Health Coordinator. The teacher is required to commit to a schedule for 4.5 hours a week on Saturday 7:30 AM to 12:00 PM with time for planning.
- Prepare materials and activities for the children, following the existing curriculum (15%)
- Create and maintain a positive environment that is engaging, fun, welcoming and conducive to learning. (25%)
- Identify the individual and group requirements of the children and enhance activities accordingly, with approval from the Health Coordinator. (10%)
- Coordinates volunteers that assist in the classroom. (10%)
- Ensure that the students maintain good behavior while in Kidz Exploration premises. (10%)
- Keep track of attendance and success stories. (10%)
- Collaborates with other teachers and Health Coordinator to update the study programs and curriculum. (5%)
- Assist with the identification of children who may need referrals to services and report needs to the Health Coordinator to ensure children are connected and can access services. (5%)
- Attends in-service training and team meetings as required. (5%)
- Assists with administrative tasks such as registration, tracking attendance, and creating reports as needed. (5%)
Qualifications and Skills:
- Experience and proven background in teaching ESL classes is a must.
- Recommended bilingual (English-Spanish)
- Ability to relate and work well with children
- Teaching Certificate preferred
This position will report directly to the Health Coordinator. The fall semester for School for Parents is from August 12 – November 4th.
Applicants can submit their resume and letter of interest to Betzy at email@example.com
El Sol Part Time Assistant Worker Development Coordinator
This is an FLSA Classified Exempt Position. This is a part time position for 25 hours per week.
The Assistant Worker Development Coordinator is responsible for assisting with the operation El Sol’s labor and worker development program. Duties include operating the labor desk at the El Sol Labor Center, assisting with vocational training programs and with worker registration and orientation.
The Assistant Worker Development Coordinator’s schedule will be as follows:
Sundays 7am – 12pm, Mondays 6am – 2pm, Thursdays 1pm – 5pm, and Saturdays 9am – 5pm.
- Open the Center at 6:00am on Monday and 7:00am on Sundays (50%)
a. Unlock the main doors
b. Sign in day workers who come for work, ensuring they are properly registered
c. Assign workers jobs and follow labor desk rules and procedures
d. Assign workers for volunteer duties during the day, as well as assist in getting workers to classes and activities offered during the day.
e. Making announcements to the assembly on upcoming events and information about the different programs at El Sol.
f. Select workers for “Pendientes” and oversee clean-up of the center by 2:00pm during the week and on Saturdays and g. 12:00pm on Sundays
g. Maintain order in the main hall, responsible for keeping El Sol’s rules, submitting incident reports, and following up with consequences when rules are not being followed.
h. Knowledge and use of the proprietary Worker Management System software ELMS, training is provided.
i. Coordinate with Employer Desk volunteers
j. Coordinate with Employers as required
- Assist with worker registration process as needed. Work closely with Case Manager. (25%)
- Assist with Worker Development program as needed (10%)
- Answering the phone/taking messages and forwarding calls, answering questions of visitors that come in, referring them in the right direction (10%)
- Receiving donations and following procedure for documenting and distributing donations (5%)
- Be creative with program development.
- Other duties as required (5%)
Qualifications and Skills:
- Completely Bi-Lingual in Spanish and English
- Technologically literate with strong computer skills including familiarity with Microsoft Word and Excel and other commonly used software
- Strong internet skills, including use of e-mail programs and group messaging
- People Oriented person
- Work well with Volunteers
- Be Flexible and patient
This position will report directly to the Worker Development Coordinator. Email your cover letter and resume to Heather at firstname.lastname@example.org.
El Sol Plazas Comunitarias Teacher
This is an FLSA Classified Exempt Position. The Plazas Comunitarias Teacher plays a vital role in an effective Education program at El Sol and reports to the Plazas Comunitarias Coordinator. The overall focus of the Plazas Comunitarias Teacher is coordination of activities to assist those adults whose first language is Spanish who have not attended or completed formal education in their home country. The program is divided in three levels: Spanish literacy, Elementary, and High School studies. Promoted students are eligible to obtain official certificates from the Mexican Department of Education. The teacher is required to commit to a schedule for 6 hours a week on Thursdays and Fridays from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM.
1. Prepare assignments for the students in coordination with the Plazas Comunitarias Coordinator, and implement the correct lesson plans by module in accordance to the INEA plan, testing, and certification. (15%)
2. Identify the individual and group requirements of the students and help them with the assignments accordingly. Create and maintain an instructional climate that is conducive to learning. (10%)
3. Work with Supervisor to track of attendance in SERTS computer systems, and maintain paper attendance to submit to Supervisor weekly for INEA requirements. Report to Supervisor the students who are frequently absent. (15%)
4. Ensure that the students maintain discipline while in El Sol premises. Report any disciplinary issues to Supervisor as needed. (10%)
5. Perform pre and post-tests as required by funding source. (10%)
6. Maintain a record of the student’s information and performance. Communicate with Supervisor any students who are not meeting expectation (10%)
7. Attend team meetings, in-service trainings or other team meetings called by Supervisor or Chief Program Officer. (5%)
8. Be creative with program development. Works with Supervisor to prepare for orientation/registration process and graduation ceremony at the beginning and end of each term. (10%)
9. Attends Registration one week prior to class starting to enroll students into program and assist with orientation. Assist Supervisor with entering students into SERTS program. (10%)
10. Prepares Graduation documents for students and distributes certificates/awards at Graduation Ceremony at the end of semester (5%).
Qualifications and Skills:
· The Plazas Teacher needs to possess a four-year degree or teacher certification.
· Be fluent in Spanish.
· Computer literate at user level (Microsoft Office) and the Mexican Plazas Comunitarias website, and know how to use emails and attachments
· Be independent, able to perform with limited supervision
· Be creative, innovative and capable of motivating students while embracing cultural diversity
· This position reports directly to the Plazas Comunitarias Coordinator.
Nighttime Volunteer /Internship Opportunities:
Plazas Comunitarias (Spanish Literacy) Volunteer/Student Intern Nighttime: Assists the Spanish speaking teacher who offers literacy classes to native Spanish speakers who cannot read or write in Spanish. Curriculum is provided by the Government of Mexico. Must be bilingual (or a native Spanish speaker who is not fluent in English). Assist Teacher to keeps statistics on attendance, testing, and promotions. The position is on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30PM to 9:00PM.
ESL Teaching Assistant Volunteer/Student Intern Nighttime: Classes take place in the evenings. Helps teacher and assists in teaching English to speakers of other languages while following a prescribed curriculum. Assists Nighttime teacher to ensure that students are moving through the levels of understanding and proficiency. The position is on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesdays from 6:30PM to 9:00PM. Assist Teacher to keeps statistics on attendance, testing, and promotions.
Computer Lab Volunteer/Student Intern Nighttime: Assist with computer literacy skills, resume creation and job searching online, internet navigation, e-mailing and Microsoft office skills. Assist the Computer Lab Coordinator with teaching the computer class and the safety/security of the computer lab during evening hours when classes are delivered. Assist Teacher to keeps statistics on attendance, testing, and promotions. The position is on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30PM to 9:00PM.
Welcome Desk Data Entry Assistant Volunteer/Student Intern Nighttime: Assists Nighttime Coordinator to greet clients and potential new students as they enter the building. Assists with registration week, the first week of nighttime classes and registration of the Nighttime Education program. Answers questions clients may have, provides referrals to other staff within EL Sol. Assists Nighttime Coordinator with entering new registrants into data base, entering attendance of nighttime classes, and assisting with follow up phone calls to promote the Nighttime attendance. The position is on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesdays, Thursdays or Fridays from 6:30PM to 9:00PM.
Childcare Volunteer/Student Intern Nighttime: Assist in the care of children from the parents of the ESL Classes and also the Sewing Group at El Sol. Monitors children of the parents who are attending the nighttime classes. Report the hours worked and the number of children cared for. Assist teacher and be creative with program development. Must have previous experience working with Children. Background check required. Schedule to be determined. Needs are: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesdays, Thursday and Fridays from 6:30PM to 9:00PM.
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