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The job opportunities are provided as a courtesy to Social Work students, graduates and alumni.


Posted 5/23/2017

UESF – Veterans Housing Case Manager

UESF is a 34 year-old Philadelphia based nonprofit organization whose mission is to stabilize housing for families facing a housing crisis by addressing their immediate needs and removing the barriers to long-term stability.(www.uesfacts.org)

The Case Manager within the Veterans Housing Program will guide low income veteran families through the housing stability process, connecting them to resources and providing direct assistance as needed, with the goal of stabilizing housing for veteran families who are literally homeless and those who are in danger of losing their homes.

Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience required, experience with nonprofit organizations serving low-income families preferred. Additional requirements include excellent administrative and organizational skills, familiarity with database management, proven relationship building capacity and ability to relate to diverse populations, as well as strong oral and written communications skills.

Interested candidates should forward a current resume and cover letter to tinafloyd@uesfacts.org


Posted 2/14/2017

Program Officer - Sustainable Communities Initiative (Philadelphia, PA)

Philadelphia Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) is the local office of LISC, a national nonprofit community development organization that has invested $16.2 billion in 30 cities across the United States. LISC combines corporate, government, and philanthropic resources to help community-based organizations revitalize underserved neighborhoods. Philadelphia LISC seeks a Program Officer to advance its Sustainable Communities Initiative (SCI) in the neighborhoods of West PhiladelphiaEastern North Philadelphia, and Kensington. The Program Officer will have a leadership role in facilitating the tools, resources, and technical assistance to advance comprehensive neighborhood plans of SCI community partners.
 

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Posted 2/14/2017

Project TEACH Program Director (Philadelphia, PA)

Philadelphia FIGHT is an AIDS Service Organization that recently became a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). Our goal is to end the AIDS epidemic within the lifetime of people living with HIV now. This position is in FIGHT’s Education Department, which offers a wide range of educational, psychosocial, and risk-reduction programming for youth and adults living with HIV and those at high risk. The Project TEACH Program Director is responsible for overseeing the implementation of Philadelphia FIGHT’s signature education program for people living with HIV, Project TEACH, and its ancillary programs, the TEACH Alumni group, Peer Education, and a Peer Mentoring program.

 

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