The YWCA is a membership movement whose mission is the empowerment of women and the elimination of racism; in doing so, we empower the whole community.
- The YWCA Greater Los Angeles/Job Corps Center is an equal opportunity employer/program and auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
- All positions at sites with children require finger- print clearance.
- Current employees of the YWCA are to complete the Internal Job Posting as found in the SOP. Current employees of Job Corps are to complete a Staff Transfer Request External Application with and updated résumé attached that may be received up to seven days from initial posting.
SUBMIT APPLICATIONS & RESUMES TO:
Submit your application via email to: email@example.com
Employment applications may be obtained and returned to the above locations between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
|YWCA Greater Los Angeles
Attention: Human Resources
1020 S Olive St, Seventh Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90015
PH: 213-365-2991 / FAX: 213-251-1350
|YWCA/Los Angeles Job Corps Center
Attention: Human Resources
1031 South Hill Street, First Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90015
PH: 213-741-5394 / FAX: 213-743-5125
The following positions are available at
YWCA Greater Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Job Corps in addition to our Volunteer Opportunities:
PROGRAM MANAGER: This position is responsible for managing, leading and coordinating a rape crisis center within the Sexual Assault Crisis Services Department. Ensures all program goals and objective are on target, and the daily management of activities and program staff, consultants, volunteers and clients fall within the guidelines of the organization. The Program Manager is dedicated to improve staff cross training, planning and encourage joint problem solving relative to direct services and activities. Requirements: BA degree in Social Services or related field and/or three years paid experience working as a Manager in a community based program. Computer Literate. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Experience working with diverse populations. Must have a valid Driver’s License and required car insurance. (Site:Compton)
HEALTH EDUCATOR: This position is responsible for the coordination and delivery of activities and services that promote physical activity and healthy eating as identified in the Champions for Change Initiative in Walnut Park and/or East Los Angeles. Duties will include providing nutrition education workshops, coordinating participants/clients, volunteers and working with community members and partners to implement objectives and achieve identified outcomes intended to reduce the prevalence of obesity among low-income Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-Education eligible populations by providing nutrition education, physical activity promotion, and working to create healthier environments for low-income individuals and families where they live, learn, work, play, pray, and shop. This position requires working with community partners at identified institutional settings consisting of local schools, churches as well the two centers in Walnut Park and/or Union Pacific to carry out strategic institutional and environmental strategies outlined in the Scope of Work for the Champions for Change initiative. Requirements: BA degree in Public Health, Social Work, Social or Behavioral Sciences. Two years paid or volunteer experience providing culturally appropriate nutrition education and/or physical activity classes. Experience working in underserved communities. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Experience developing and maintaining working relationships with agencies and organizations interested in public health care. Bilingual (Spanish) proficiency skills preferred. Valid California driver’s license and own vehicle required. (Site:Union Pacific)
COOK: This position will provide high quality dietary management, food preparation and maintain kitchen oversight for the YWCA GLA AB12 Workforce Readiness Program. Incumbent will maintain ordering food and supplies in the correct quantity to meet requirements. Maintain a clean food preparation and service area on a daily basis which includes keeping refrigerators, floors, and food carts clean. Maintain established standards in the preparation, service and storage of foods in compliance with the Health Department regulations. Requirements: High School Diploma or equivalent with one year experience as a cook preparing food in quantity. Must possess a current ServSafe (Food Handler) Certification. Experience working with at risk population a plus.(Site:Hollywood Studio Club)
SAFETY ASSOCIATE (on-call): This position is responsible for monitoring and assessing unsafe situations and following established guidelines to facilitate the safety of staff, students, residents and guests. Incumbent will conduct and document daily safety inspections on building and equipment. Ensure staff, residents, students, visitors, contractors, and guest sign-in/sign-out at receptions area. Assists staff as needed. Requirements: High School Diploma or GED equivalent, two (2) years security experience, or an equivalent combination of work related training and/or experience. Experience working with diverse cultures. Shift needed to be filled (11:00 p.m. – 7:00 am) (Site:Hollywood Studio Club)
ASSOCIATE TEACHER: This position is responsible to assist teachers in implementing high quality state funded Child Development programs. Assisting with program curriculum, planning and implementation of age appropriate activities that enrich academic skills. Provide careful and effective supervision of children’s activities as assigned by the program Center Director and Lead Teacher. Requirements: 12 units in Child Development and Associate Teacher permit.
~Los Angeles Job Corps~
RESIDENTIAL ADVISORS (Full-Time & On-Call): Monitors students that live on residential floors to ensure compliance with the rules and regulations of the Center. Fosters an atmosphere conducive to character development through the encouragement of favorable behavior patterns. Facilitates prompt and appropriate assistance in the event of injury, illness, traumatic experience, and emotionalism; responsible for documenting student activity and incidences. Shifts needed are Prime (3:30 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.), Graveyard (12:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.) Weekend-LT (varies). Requirements: Associate’s Degree preferred in a behavioral science, recreation, or related field, and a minimum of one (1) year experience working with the youth. Experience working in a residential facility, preferred. Maintenance of a valid CA driver’s license and proof of driving record acceptable to the Center and its insurance carrier.
CENTER PROTECTION OFFICERS (Full-Time & On-Call): Patrols Center grounds, manages front desks for guests sign-in and temporary badges distribution, monitors that all staff and students wear ID badges, and ensures the safety of staff, students, and visitors. Control, surveillance, identification, monitoring, investigation, and reporting of all matters pertaining to center property, facilities, students, staff, and visitors. Shifts needed are Prime (3:30 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.) and Graveyard (11:30 p.m. – 8:00 a.m.). Requirements: High School diploma or equivalent, minimum of one (1) year security or relevant experience required. Active Guard Card preferred. Excellent customer service skills, working with youth, preferred, must be available to work a varied schedule. Maintenance of a valid CA driver’s license and proof of driving record acceptable to the Center and its insurance carrier.
AMBULATORY LICENSED VOCATIONAL NURSE (Full-Time & Limited): The Ambulatory Care LVN will aid in the operation of daily walk-in clinic and appointment system for episodic illness or injury assessments including the monitoring of the inpatient unit during office hours for minor conditions and maintaining up-to-date documentation of visits. The LVN will provides treatment of urgent and other conditions not needing specialized care, within instructions set forth in the Health Care Guidelines in addition to providing primary emergency care for illnesses and injuries. Requirements: LVN license with specialized courses in Pharmacology, and a current license to practice in the State of California. One year of experience in a medical facility or other directly related nursing experience. Working knowledge of venipuncture and medications. Excellent and positive interpersonal skills. Experience working in diverse cultural settings. Ability to relate to and identify with the specific needs of students.
TEACHERS, ACADEMIC (Full-Time & On-Call): Instructs students in educational areas of math, reading, and language skills in accordance with approved curriculum. Develops and implements supplementary training materials designed to enhance the learning process. Provides a classroom atmosphere conductive to learning. Develop and maintain individual student records. Serves as a member of assigned Student Evaluation Panel (ESP). Maintains linkages with other teachers and instructors to provide input on student progress. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in education or related field with emphasis on skills and disciplines to be taught. Valid California Teaching Credential in Multiple Subjects. Minimum of one (1) year teaching experience, proficiency and/or certification in Microsoft Office 2007 programs, (Word, Excel & PowerPoint) preferred. Maintenance of a valid CA driver’s license and proof of driving record acceptable to the Center and its insurance carrier
INSTRUCTORS, OFFICE ASSISTANT: Instructs students in the development of vocational competencies and communication skills. Develops and implements supplementary training material designed to enhance the learning process, engages student attention towards the learning process, evaluates and reports student progress, monitors attendance and accountability of students, and provides regular evaluations. Requirements: Associate’s Degree in Business or related major or three (3) years of related experience. Valid California vocational or occupational school credential. Certification in Microsoft Office 2007 (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). Maintenance of a valid CA driver’s license and proof of driving record acceptable to the Center and its insurance carrier.
DRIVER/MESSENGER (Full-Time & Part-Time) Temporary 4-6 mo.: Transports students and Center staff daily to destinations. Transports vehicles for maintenance servicing. Daily inspections and regular refueling of vehicles. Shifts may include day, evening, and weekend hours, as needed and available. Requirements: High School diploma or equivalent. Knowledge of automotive equipment and maintenance procedures. Positive interpersonal skills. Experience working in diverse cultural settings. Ability to relate to and identify with the specific needs of students. Maintenance of a valid Class B California Driver License with air brake certification and a driving record acceptable to the Center’s insurance company.
FACILITIES & PROPERTY MANAGER: Supervises the staff and activities of the Facilities Unit. Regularly assesses the Facilities productivity, establishes maintenance programs for plumbing, carpentry, painting, heating, cooling and other equipment, corrects problems and develops and implements strategies for improvement. Assures compliance with OSHA and other local, state and federal regulations. Supervise physical control and accountability of all consumable materials and supplies. Analyze overall Center equipment and maintenance requirements and make recommendations for acquisition under government excess property of other programs. Provide budget and other statistical data and reports pertaining to property administration as requested. Provide necessary leadership and accountability in the acquisition excess equipment for the maintenance of Center property. Requirements: Associate’s Degree, Bachelor’s Degree preferred or 7 year of related experience. Knowledge and experience in contract administration, budget planning and analysis, federal procurement practices, and facilities management. Proven management skills and quality performance record. Maintenance of a valid CA Driver’s License and proof of a driving record acceptable to the Center and its insurance carrier.
TRANSPORTATION MANAGER: Ensure that all GSA Fleet Management, regulatory, and compliance reports, analyses and documents are compiled and completed accurately as required. Respond to compliance with SOP, PAG, and PRH related inquires and questions from other departments and organize the support for problem solving. Identify regulatory trends, developments, and reporting requirements, and execute any required changes to current policies and practices. Participate in internal investigations and respond to regulatory inquiries. Provide support for internal or external audits and vehicle inspections. Prepares and delivers a monthly report to Director, Administrative Services Division of overall conditions and concerns of the Transportation Unit, i.e. expenditures, bus passes, fuel consumption, vehicle damage, accidents and check out procedural concerns. Conducts daily audits of MTA College/Vocational student TAP cards accountability, Student Transportation Service Requests and accident investigations when Center vehicles, staff or students are involved. Requirements: Preferred Bachelor’s degree in Business Management or a related field, five years management experience at the supervisory level, or an equivalent combination of training and experience deemed appropriate to the level of the position. Knowledge of Employment Law, Department of Transportation (DOT) procedures. Effective written, presentation, communication, planning, analytical, organizational, and problem solving skills. Three years’ experience with Project Management and scheduling. Maintenance of a valid California C License and a driving record acceptable to the Center’s insurance company.
PURCHASING SUPERVISOR: Secures and evaluates competitive bids, when required, for purchase. Ensures that all purchase orders are properly prepared and completed and that appropriate authorizations are obtained before proceeding with procurement activities. Utilizes the Great Plains accounting system to manage purchases. Completes a Property Requirement List on all capital equipment and secures approval for the purchase from the Regional Office. Researches new vendors, acts as liaison between the Center and vendors, troubleshoots problematic orders with vendors, when required. Provides semi-annual and annual reports to the Small Business Administration (SF 294 & 295) regarding the utilization of small businesses when purchasing and is aware of small business goals and acts to ensure achievement of those goals. Prepares for periodic reviews as required, including Procurement Review, Property Review, Financial Audit, Corporate Review, and Regional Office Center Assessment. Implements follow-up corrective action as necessary. Requirement: High school diploma, or Associate’s degree in education, business, communications, or closely related field, and four years’ related supervisory experience is preferred. Must have at least two years of experience as a purchasing agent or buyer, preferably in an agency utilizing federal funds. Proven organizational skills. Experience working with diverse cultures. High standards of moral conduct.
CAREER TRANSITION READINESS SUPERVISOR: Provides oversight and management of Career Readiness Services staff and students. Provides training to students, giving them the necessary skills to complete self-evaluations; job applications; career portfolios and updating of resumes; writing cover letters; labor market information via the computer; Internet job search and other methods of job search. Conducts job development and job search activities. Active in community resources that creates linkages and/or develop opportunities to employers, labor unions, military recruiters, advanced training programs, community colleges, etc. for employment opportunities. Conducts program job development and participant job search activities. Becomes active in the employment community () to secure guest speakers and resources to most effectively prepare students for career transition. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in human services, psychology, counseling, education, social science, business, communications, or closely related field; and two years’ related supervisory experience; or Associate’s degree in human services, psychology, counseling, education, social science, business, communications, or closely related field, and four years’ related supervisory experience. Maintenance of a valid California Driver License and a driving record acceptable to the center’s insurance company.
IT SUPERVISOR (Part-time): Coordinate the integration and setup of hardware, operating systems and applications. Installs and tests computer hardware and software for all stand-alone and network systems, resolves hardware and software problems of all users. Performs backup, verification, and restoration on all Center work stations and local area network servers. Responsible for server and workstation upgrades, such as hard drive, memory, video cards, network cards, modems, etc. Troubleshoots peripheral equipment problems such as printers, scanners, zip drives, backup drives, etc. Configuration of all new computers for network connectivity for users. Assist with scheduling, monitoring and tracking all requests (DVSR) for voice-over-internet-protocol (VOIP), telephone, and computer repairs or troubleshooting. Requirements: Associates’ Degree in computer repair, networking, or A+ certification, five years minimum experience as a WAN administrator or assistant WAN/Intranet Administrator, eight years’ experience with certificate is preferred, or an equivalent combination of training and experience deemed appropriate to the level of the position. Excellent oral and written communication.
SEXUAL ASSAULT CRISIS SERVICES COUNSELORS & ADVOCATES
YWCA Greater Los Angeles actively recruits individuals interested in volunteering with our Sexual Assault Crisis Services program throughout the year by offering a Sexual Assault Certification Training.
This training runs three times a year (January, June and September) and is a 56.5 hour curriculum designed to train anyone 18 and older to be a victim advocate. The training is also available to anyone interested in obtaining professional development only (no volunteer commitment required). For more information, read and share share this FLYER from our last training with your contacts and professional network. Thank you!
JOB CORPS TUTORS
Days/ Time: Mon – Fridays, 5pm – 7pm, Saturday and Sunday, Flexible.
YWCA Greater Los Angeles is in need of volunteer tutors for our Job Corps Program. Volunteers are needed to assist Job Corps students’ with homework help. If you have a strong knowledge base in English, Math, History, Science, we would love to hear from you!
Job Corps is the nation’s largest career technical training and education program for young people ages 16 through 24. Students can earn a high school diploma, a high school equivalency credential, or college credits through Job Corps. We offer career technical training in more than 100 career areas. Students receive housing, meals, basic health care, a living allowance, training, and preparation for a career, all at no cost.
All positions at sites with children require finger-print clearance. Current employees of the YWCA are to complete the Internal Job Posting as found in the SOP. Current employees of Job Corps are to complete a Staff Transfer Request External Application with and updated résumé attached that may be received up to seven days from initial posting. For further job opportunities with the YWCA/LA Job Corps Center, please check our websites at www.ywcagla.org or losangeles.jobcorps.gov.