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Below is a list of our current job openings. Please send a cover letter and resume to info@learning-web.org.to apply.

Bookkeeper / Program Associate
The Bookkeeper / Program Associate works primarily within our Administrative Department. This position provides support in Learning Web’s financial record keeping as well as general administrative support. Some position time is utilized to support agency programs in various ways including database management, data capture, reporting, and physical file maintenance. This is a part-time position (up to 20 hrs. a week). 

Hours: Up to 20 hours per week, preferably with Monday – Friday hours.

Reporting Relationship: The Bookkeeper / Program Associate reports to the Operations Director and Executive Director.

Position Duties:
● Assist with maintaining agency financial records via QuickBooks platform, including accounts receivable, accounts payable, generation of reports including P/L and Balance Sheet.
● Provide basic research, troubleshooting, and support on finance-related activities.
● Maintain paper and electronic filing systems, implement best practices and adjustments as needed.
● Assist in grant submission, report preparation, and grants management activities.
● Assist in agency fundraising and communications activities.
● Assist with agency data collection and retention via Filmmaker database platform (participant, community volunteers, landlords, donors, and employees) and other grant-required databases.
● Assist with support of various agency programs.
● Other duties or projects as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:
Education preference: A.A. and experience working in a community or non-profit setting. High School Diploma may be considered if the candidate possesses additional related work / lived experience.

Skills Requirement:
● Experience within the community or non-profit settings centered around service, advocacy, and empowerment. Special consideration will be given to those with experience working with diverse youth populations.
● Administrative assistant experience.
● Ability to read, interpret, and analyze written budgets, government regulations, and technical procedures.
● Excellent written and oral communication skills including phone skills.
● Excellent organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, prioritize work, be detail-oriented, and know when to seek assistance.
● Ability to interact well with team members, clients and take direction.
● Ability to maintain confidentiality.
● Expertise in Microsoft Office Suite (advanced experience with Excel a plus).
● Aptitude and interest in learning QuickBooks and Filemaker platforms.
● Reliable transportation required.

Compensation:
● Salary: $17+/hr. commensurate with experience
● Generous sick and vacation leave

To Apply: Send a cover letter and resume to info@learning-web.org. Applications accepted until position filled.

The Learning Web is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, or disability. Individuals who bring a diverse perspective and are supportive of diversity are strongly encouraged

Job Type: Part-time
Salary: From $17.00 per hour
Benefits:
● Flexible schedule
● Paid time off
Physical setting: Office
Schedule: Monday to Friday

 

Case Manager
This direct service position supports youth and young adults by providing independent living-skills preparation and intensive case management to parents and homeless youth. The Case Manager provides services to youth using a positive youth development approach to case management, combined with a harm reduction model and trauma-informed service delivery protocols. Youth are engaged in our program and offered an array of services to develop the full range of skills needed to transition towards independence. This is a 40-hour-a-week position.

Position Duties:
● Experience with the vulnerable youth population, particularly youth of color and youth from lower socio-economic backgrounds desired.
● Use both a Positive Youth Development approach and an individualized strengths-based approach to case management, combined with a harm reduction model, and a trauma-informed care protocol.
● Determine eligibility, gather intake information, and conduct an assessment of strengths, needs, and interests of participants.
● Provide crisis intervention as necessary, and identify and assess immediate and long-term needs of participants, including safety, well-being, and self-sufficiency.
● Planning and facilitating independent living skills in both one-to-one and small group training.
● Advocate on participant's behalf with other service providers, the legal system, etc., and provide community resource referrals as appropriate.
● Assist participants in identifying their goals and support them in achieving them.
● Collaborate with service providers, schools, parents, and other community supports on the client’s behalf.
● Provide assistance in areas of health promotion (physical, cognitive, · Represent the organization to outside agencies, community groups, etc. as directed.
● Reliable transportation, and clean driving record required.
● Must be available to work some early evenings and weekends as needed.
● Other duties or projects as assigned.

Minimum Preferred Skills:
● Experience working with youth or young adults in a community setting. Individuals with lived experience, those who identify as LGBTQ+, BIPOC people, and disabled people are encouraged to apply
● Experience with vulnerable youth populations, particularly youth of color, LGBTQ+ youth, and youth from varied socio-economic backgrounds desired.
● Excellent written and oral communication skills.
● Ability to read, interpret, follow, and analyze budgets, and government/program / funder regulations.
● High-level of organization including the abilities to manage multiple projects simultaneously, prioritize work, be detail-oriented, and know when to seek assistance.
● Ability to interact well with team members and take direction.
● Familiarity with the principles of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion as they relate to program service delivery.
● Proponent of youth empowerment and leadership.
● Ability to understand confidentiality and handle information of a confidential nature, required.
● Must have computer expertise using Microsoft Office Suite and relevant Social Media Platforms.
● Employment application and background check required.
● Reliable transportation required
● Must be available to work some evenings and in a rotating on-call emergency schedule.

Compensation:
● Salary range commensurate with experience: $36-40k
● 85% paid Health Insurance (SimplyBlue Plus Platinum 2)
● Generous sick and vacation leave

To Apply: Send a cover letter and resume to info@learning-web.org. Applications accepted until position filled.

The Learning Web is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, or disability. Individuals who bring a diverse perspective and are supportive of diversity are strongly encouraged

Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $36,000.00 - $40,000.00 per year
Benefits:
● 401(k)
● Dental insurance
● Health insurance
● Life insurance
● Paid time off
● Vision insurance
Schedule:
● 8 hour shift

 

Youth PSH Case Manager
The Case Manager works within our Youth Outreach Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) Program. The Case Manager will utilize a Housing First, Positive Youth Development approach, combined with a harm reduction model, and practice trauma-informed care protocols. This direct service position supports the PSH Youth Housing Program, a scattered site Permanent Supportive Housing Program, which provides housing to homeless youth ages 16 to under 24 years of age. Program participants receive safe, stable housing, staff support and supervision, connections to community services, and life skills training.

Hours: The position of Case manager is full-time, 40 hrs./week (1 FTE).

Reporting Relationship: The Case Manager reports to the Director of Youth Outreach

Position Duties:
● Maintain an intensive caseload of PSH participants.
● Determine eligibility, gather intake information, and conduct assessment of strengths, needs, and interests of participants.
● Provide crisis intervention as necessary, identify, and assess immediate and long-term needs of participants, including safety, well-being, and self-sufficiency.
● Advocate on participant's behalf with other service providers, landlords, the legal system, etc., and provide community resource referrals as appropriate.
● Assist participants in finding and maintaining stable housing – orient and support participants to set up and maintain safe, sustainable, and healthy homes.
● Provide skill building in a full range of independent living skills in both one-to-one and small group training.
● Provide assistance in the areas of health promotion (physical, cognitive, emotional/mental) education, and employment.
● Ensure that all agency, Federal grantor, and NYS mandates, policies, & procedures are followed throughout the course of work and maintain required documentation on both program and all participants.
● Represent organization to outside agencies, community groups, etc. as directed.
● Participate in supervision/staff meetings, as well as program development/enhancement of services.
● Maintain high ethical standards when carrying out all duties and maintain strict adherence to all confidentiality, legal, and agency guidelines in all areas of service provision.
● Other duties or projects as assigned.

Minimum Preferred Skills:
● Experience working with youth or young adults in a community setting. Individuals with lived experience, those who identify as LGBTQ+, BIPOC people, and disabled people are encouraged to apply
● Experience with vulnerable youth populations, particularly youth of color, LGBTQ+ youth, and youth from varied socio-economic backgrounds desired.
● Excellent written and oral communication skills.
 Ability to read, interpret, follow, and analyze budgets, and government/program / funder regulations.
● High-level of organization including the abilities to manage multiple projects simultaneously, prioritize work, be detail-oriented, and know when to seek assistance.
● Ability to interact well with team members and take direction.
● Familiarity with the principles of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion as they relate to program service delivery.
● Proponent of youth empowerment and leadership.
● Ability to understand confidentiality and handle information of a confidential nature, required.
● Must have computer expertise using Microsoft Office Suite and relevant Social Media Platforms.
● Employment application and background check required.
● Reliable transportation required
● Must be available to work some evenings and in a rotating on-call emergency schedule.

Compensation:
● Salary range commensurate with experience: $36-40k
● 85% paid Health Insurance (SimplyBlue Plus Platinum 2)
● Generous sick and vacation leave

To Apply: Send a cover letter and resume to info@learning-web.org. Applications accepted until position filled.

The Learning Web is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, or disability. Applicants who bring a diverse perspective lived experiences, and are supportive of a diverse and inclusive workplace are strongly encouraged to apply.

Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $36,000.00 - $40,000.00 per year
Benefits:
● 401(k)
● Dental insurance
● Health insurance
● Life insurance
● Paid time off
● Vision insurance
Schedule:
● 8 hour shift

 

Youth Exploration Program Coordinator

The Coordinator is one of the faces of our Youth Exploration Program (YEP) in the communities we serve.

Scope of Work

The Coordinator is responsible for identifying and involving youth aged 12 to 20 in our apprenticeships, career exploration activities, and community service experiences, and in cultivating and supporting the adult mentors, business people and community members who participate in our continuum of services.

The Coordinator must have an aptitude for finding creative ways to design and deliver YEP recruitment and service delivery while keeping our youth fully engaged in YEP.

Reporting Relationship

The Coordinator reports to the Director of Exploration & Life Skills programs.

Responsibilities Include

· Recruiting and engaging youth in YEP programs, who are diverse in terms of race, socio-economic or cultural background, educational status, sexual orientation, religion, talents, and interests.

· Arranging career exploration, community awareness, community service activities, and job shadowing experiences.

· Placing and monitoring youth in community volunteer/stipend apprenticeships.

· Provide ongoing staff support to adult mentors who represent a diverse cross-section of the community.

· Act as a liaison for The Learning Web with school staff and other community and youth-serving agencies as directed.

· Compile and accurately report youth services statistics and maintain program records as directed.

· Participate in supervision and staff meetings and assist The Learning Web in reaching broader organizational goals such as fundraising and program development.

· Maintain strict adherence to all confidentiality, legal, and agency guidelines in all areas of service provision.

· Other duties or projects as assigned.

Qualifications

· Minimum of Associate degree preferred; related human service experience considered a plus.

· Ability to engage and energize youth and community volunteers in Learning Web activities.

· Experience working both in one-to-one and group situations with youth and adults who are diverse in terms of race, socio-economic or cultural background, educational status, sexual orientation, and religion.

· Ability to build collaborative relationships with schools, social agencies, business people, and other community members in the Ithaca/Tompkins community.

· Excellent written and oral communication skills. Professional and personable phone skills.

· High-level of organization including the abilities to manage multiple projects simultaneously, prioritize work, be detail-oriented, and know when to seek assistance.

· Ability to be self-directed while also interacting well with team members and taking direction.

· Computer expertise using Microsoft Office Suite and relevant Social Media Platforms.

· Reliable transportation, clean driving record required.

Compensation:

· Salary range commensurate with experience: $31,200k-$33k

· 85% paid individual health insurance

· Generous sick and vacation leave

To Apply:

Position posted until filled

The final candidate must complete a Learning Web Job Application, pass a criminal background check, a State Child Abuse Registry check, and a Driver’s license check.

For information about our agency and programs, please visit us on the web at www.learning-web.org

The Learning Web is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, or disability. Individuals who bring a diverse perspective and are supportive of diversity are strongly encouraged to apply.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $32,250.00 - $34,000.00 per year

Benefits:

Dental insurance

Health insurance

Life insurance

Paid time off

Vision insurance

Schedule:

8 hour shift

Monday to Friday

License/Certification:

Driver's License (Required)

Work Location: Multiple Locations

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