Employment Opportunities

Syracuse Northeast Community Center is proud of our diverse and committed team! If you are interested in joining our work, check out the opportunities available below:

Comprehensive Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (CAPP) Educator (Full-time job)

Job Summary: The Comprehensive Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (CAPP) Educator will support a citywide initiative that aims to engage youth, 10-21 years old, in dynamic and meaningful programming to increase self-confidence and self-worth while decreasing the likelihood for teen or unwanted pregnancies. The full-time CAPP Educator will implement programming at Syracuse Northeast Community Center but will work in collaboration with other community-based CAPP-sites throughout the city.

Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities: (Additional duties may be assigned)

Facilitates Teen Outreach Program (TOP) curriculum and other approved CAPP educational interventions, adhering to program fidelity as required by the grant.

Community education and outreach, to include Syracuse City schools, other community-based organizations, community health centers, etc. Efforts will focus on adolescents
and their families.

Works in coordination with CAPP Coordinator and other CAPP Educators in developing educational and promotional materials for CAPP/TOP, provides assistance in outreach and social media, and strengthens the ability to reach grant goals.

Facilitates educational efforts to parents and parent groups as part of CAPP programming. (e.g. Power Source Parenting sessions, parent meetings, other family interventions)

Documentation/record-keeping related to educational activities, ensuring accuracy of data for funders.

Attends and/or completes training modules for curriculum implementation, group facilitation, and dialogue, or any other health education meetings/ trainings as scheduled.

Participates in health fairs and community-wide educational events to maintain fidelity to the program and to engage participants in city-wide service-learning goals.

Minimum Job Qualifications:
– Bachelor’s Degree in Health Education or a related field required
– One to three years of experience in a classroom or working with at-risk young people
– One to three years of experience teaching/training in evidence-based interventions
– One to three years of experience teaching/training on topics related to sexual health
– Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) desired
– Certificate in Facilitation desired

In accordance with company policy, an employee must be in his or her current position for at least six months in order to be eligible to apply for a promotion or transfer to another position.

If you are interested in applying for this position, you must submit a resume and cover letter to Patty Sullivan, Director of Programs, psullivan@snccsyr.org.

 

Data Assistant (Part-time job)

Job Summary:

The Data Assistant collaborates with the program evaluator, center career coaches, and the SNCC Director of Performance Improvement to develop, implement, and manage performance outcomes for the Supported Employment Program (SEP). The individual is responsible for coordinating data collection from all team members. The individual may be responsible for reporting of grant’s performance to staff, board, funders, and other community stakeholders.

Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities: (Additional duties may be assigned)

  • Evaluate and report on data collected, through use of SNCC’s database, by SEP staff to best meet grant objectives and for internal reporting and management purposes.
  • Collect and maintain accurate attendance and statistical records, and file and prepare reports in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Collaborate with program coordinators to assist in the creation of evaluative tools for data collection and analysis to measure project performance.

Minimum Qualification Standards:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences or related field required
  • Master’s Degree preferred
  • One to three years of experience working with vulnerable and diverse populations required
  • One to three years of experience with measurement and evaluation required

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Ability to maintain high standards of professional manner and personal appearance
  • Strong work ethic, integrity and character
  • Ability to work with sensitive and confidential information
  • Ability to work productively in a fast paced, stressful environment
  • Ability to analyze and solve problems
  • Strong organizational skills including the ability to manage multiple projects and details simultaneously
  • Ability to work both independently as well as in a team environment
  • Ability to travel locally
  • Ability to work an adjustable schedule and attend meetings and other events
  • Must be able to fully embrace mission of the organization and project.

Equipment, Machines, and Software Used:

This position requires the regular use of a computer, printer, photocopier, telephone, fax machine, scanner, calculator and postage meter.

Computer Software: Microsoft Outlook/Express, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Excel, Quick Books, Adobe Acrobat, and Salesforce.

 

Supported Employment Program Manager (Full-time job)

Job Summary:

Overall responsibility for coordination of all planning, monitoring and evaluation activities in the Community Center Collaboration (CCC). The Supported Employment Program Manager ensures that the CCC has a sound Supported Employment Program system that is in synchronicity with organization-wide goals, as well as those required by the grantor. The Manager ensures that there is a reliable, up-to-date database of information of all program work and is responsible for the timely and accurate production of all project reports with the program coordinator.

Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities: (Additional duties may be assigned)

  • Facilitate development of project evaluation, assessment and operational plans.
  • Work with other staff members to develop electronic and paper-based monitoring system. Manage the program information database.
  • Develop and implement data collection techniques and tools, including working with external service providers to develop other relevant management information systems.
  • Train program teams to use data collection tools and techniques, including ongoing mentoring and support.
  • Analyze data to track project and program progress against agreed targets.
  • Manage evaluation processes, including liaising with external stakeholders and service providers, creating terms of reference and evaluation guidelines, and ensure that baseline studies are conducted for all projects and that information is stored for future use.
  • Prepare reports for internal and external audiences based on data from monitoring and evaluation processes. Discuss emerging issues from project progress and evaluation reports, and coordinate the development and follow up of action plans for recommendations.
  • Design and implement a system to identify, analyze, document and disseminate lessons learned from program and project activities. Share evaluation results with all relevant teams and ensure that lessons from evaluations are incorporated into the development of all new projects.
  • Develop and coordinate an overall framework and calendar (including guidelines and procedures) for project and program monitoring and evaluation.
  • Ensure that all project M&E plans and log frames align with the organizations overall Theory of Change, goals and targets. With the Program Coordinator, assist project teams to prepare and implement project-specific targets and plans for data collection and monitoring.
  • Assist administration and program teams to create and manage central filing system for all program information.
  • Manage service providers to ensure value for money and timely supply of materials and services.

Minimum Qualification Standards:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in social science with five (5) years of related experience is required.
  • Strong communication skills in English, and other local languages of the cluster area preferred.
  • Knowledge of the non-profit sector and the context to which non-profit organizations operate.
  • Excellent understanding of poverty, hunger and environmental issues at a local and global scale.
  • Strong functionality with computers and software, particularly Microsoft Office Suite (e.g.: Access, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and any specialized PM&E software.
  • Excellent organizational skills.
  • Thorough familiarity with principles and current approaches to planning, monitoring and evaluation of relief and development programs using both quantitative and qualitative methods.
  • Strong facilitation skills.
  • Essential Job Functions and Physical Demands:
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work cooperatively, tactfully, and diplomatically with a culturally diverse group of people.
  • Producing and presenting documents in a well-designed and attractive format with superior attention to detail.
  • Willingness to work a flexible schedule.
  • Ability to manage and execute multiple tasks with unexpected interruptions.
  • Proven ability to be a clear, effective, and timely communicator with colleagues, donors and the general public using various electronic communication technologies, as well as face-to-face and via telephone.

Preferred Requirements:

  • Master’s degree is preferred
  • Five (5) years of PM&E experience.

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