Employment Opportunities

Our vibrant, growing non-profit is reaching out far and wide with opportunities for people to work with our Student Assistance Program (SAP) Team and our Prevention Team!  Current opportunities include the following.  Click the Position Title to download the attachments and learn more about each position.  

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until positions are filled, unless a deadline date is noted on the position announcement.  When submitting your resume and cover letter, please indicate the position(s) for which you are applying.  **Application instructions vary by posititon, so be sure to carefully follow the correct procedures.**

We look forward to hearing from you!


 

  • a. Student Assistance Program Liaison: The Center for Humanistic Change, Inc. seeks a full-time, English/Spanish bilingual staff for our Student Assistance Program. Staff are responsible for building community and school-based relationships, and assisting school personnel in identifying issues including alcohol, tobacco, other drugs, and mental health issues which pose a barrier to a student’s success in order that students may achieve, remain in school, and advance. Ideal candidates need to demonstrate the ability to work independently and with a team, manage deadlines for paperwork and electronic data entry, relate well to youth and adults to be successful in this position. Excellent judgment, attention to detail, outstanding written and verbal communication skills, strong presentation and facilitation skills, and proficiency in MS Office are required for this position. Juggling deadlines, thinking outside the box, adapting to new situations, remaining current with new trends in prevention and technology, and the ability and willingness to learn new skills are essential to success in this position.

    In addition to availability during normal business and school hours, applicants must be available to assist with occasional weekend and evening programs. All applicants must have reliable transportation and the ability to do light lifting to transport files and other materials as necessary to/from the office and school. This position is expected to be a 10-month salaried, exempt position.

    It is preferred that applicants have a Master's Degree in education, psychology, counseling, social work, or a closely related human services field and, have relevant work experience or equivalent formal training. However, a Bachelor's Degree with related experience may be substituted for a Master's Degree.

    APPLICATION PROCESS
    Please email resume and cover letter to app@thechc.org. (Applications without cover letters will not be considered.) If your skills and experience are a good match for this position, you will be invited to interview with the Program Team. The interview process will require a 5-7 minute facilitation of a hands-on activity on a relevant life skill topic during a group interview session, followed by an individual interview. Additional information such as a writing sample or data entry sample may be required during the interview. Applications will be continue to be accepted on rolling basis until all openings are filled. Please indicate the position(s) for which you are applying in the email subject area.

    For more information about Center for Humanistic Change and other positions, please visit www.thechc.org.

  • Crossroads/Project

    The Center for Humanistic Change, Inc. seeks part-time staff for our 2017-2018 Crossroads/Project SUCCESS Mentoring program. Staff serves as in-school mentors for youth and provides students who are “at risk” with the supports, prevention education and practical skills they need to build resiliency so they can succeed in school (improve grades and attendance, decrease disciplinary incidents) and cope with challenges in life. Ideal candidates need to demonstrate the ability to work independently and with a team, manage deadlines for paperwork and electronic data entry, and have the ability to relate well to youth and adults to be successful in this position. Excellent judgment, attention to detail, and outstanding written and verbal communication skills are required for this position.

    The Crossroads/Project SUCCESS Mentor is expected to work a full school day, of approximately seven hours, with start and end times to be determined based on school needs. All applicants must have reliable transportation and the ability to do light lifting to transport files and other materials as necessary to/from the office and school.

    This position is expected to be a part-time seasonal position for 9 months, September through May of the 2017-2018 school year. Depending on school placement, mentors work a minimum of 26 days to a maximum of 104 days (if serving in multiple schools), during this time period. Mentors are also eligible to bid for other programming work with the CHC as an independent contractor if desired.

    Applicant must have a Master's Degree in education, psychology, counseling, social work, or a closely related human services field and, have relevant work experience or equivalent formal training. A Bachelor's Degree with related experience may be substituted for a Master's Degree.

Group Interviews and Information Sessions for the position of Contractor/Group Facilitator are held periodically.  However, we welcome resumes and inquiries at any time.  Sessions will be advertised here, so please check back.  If you would like to be notified when these events are scheduled, please sign up for our eNewsletters here.   

 


 

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