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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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:
PROJECT COORDINATOR: This position is responsible coordinating events, volunteers and participants/clients, as well as working with community member and partners in the Walnut Park and East Los Angeles area. Duties will include implementing objectives and achieve identified outcomes intended to reduce the prevalence of obesity among low income Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-Education by providing nutrition education and physical activity promotions to a eligible population. This position will develop and manage program budgets, monitor the achievement of performance measures and submit narrative, fiscal and statistical programmatic reports and source documentation as required. Requirements: MA degree in Public Health, Public Policy, Public Administration or Masters of Science in Nutrition. Experience implementing public health projects in underserved communities. Minimum five years of experience working with diverse community groups, partnerships and staff. Three years managing programs in a medium to large nonprofit organization, public agency or related agency. Public speaking required. Bilingual (Spanish) proficiency skills preferred. Valid California driver’s license and own vehicle required. (Site: Walnut Park)
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)
VICTIM ADVOCATE: This position will deliver activities that address violence against women of various ethnic backgrounds. The Victim Advocate will be an active member of the emergency response services which include being on-call and available for emergency response to hospital and law enforcement agencies. Incumbent will provide 80% of staff time in direct services activities as defined by position work plan addressing Human Trafficking and Violence against all underserved populations. Requirements: BA/BS in Education or Social Services plus three years paid or volunteer experience working in community based programs. Experience working with diverse cultures. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Counseling, advocacy and public speaking background required. Must have a valid California driver’s license. (Site: Cal State University of Long Beach)
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)
MAINTENANCE: This position is responsible for performing a variety of semiskilled tasks to the care and maintenance of buildings, equipment and grounds. Routine cleaning of inside/outside of building, including but not limited to dusting, vacuuming, scrubbing, trash removal and minor building repairs. Requirements: Must have a minimum of two years’ experience performing custodial tasks and general repairs in a commercial building. Knowledge of commercial cleaning supplies and operation and maintenance of cleaning equipment. Must have a valid California driver’s license and insurance. (Sites: Compton & Walnut Park – Part-time)
CASE MANAGER: This position will work closely with the Site Therapists, providing client treatment assessments for individual, family and groups. Will provide outreach to community and professional organizations, via workshops and presentations. The case manager will ensure the integration of the case management services program into various aspects of intervention services (hotline, advocacy, accompaniment, outreach and prevention). Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field with one to two years’ experience providing case management services to victims of violence. Extensive knowledge of resources in LA County and the skill to navigate and access those resources. Experience working with diverse cultures, issues related to violence against women and knowledge of rape trauma syndrome. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Must have a valid California driver’s license. (Site: South Bay)
RESIDENTIAL ADVISORS–AB12: Deliver activities to youth that promotes safety, independence, integration and autonomy by developing a Success Care Plan with resident. This program is implemented in accordance to Assembly Bill 12 regulations for SILP housing. Incumbent will support youth participation in education, vocational and employment programs through weekly meetings. Maintain appropriate records as it related to the safety, upkeep and sustainability of all residents. Participate in weekly staff meetings and reports on progress and challenges of assigned residents. Assists in the evaluation of the program, to include but not limited to preparation of written reports and collection and analysis of program statistics. Requirements: AA degree with one (1) to two (2) year experience providing services to transitional age youth, foster and probation youth. Experience working with diverse cultures. BA degree in social work preferred. (Site: Studio Club – Full-time & On-call)
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.
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 (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.
ACADEMIC EDUCATION MANAGER: Plans, develops, implements and evaluates specific program activities to achieve outcomes for the center. Utilizing instructional strategies and materials to facilitate a learning environment where students learn based on individual needs to achieve skills needed in the workplace. Planning, scheduling and coordination of Academic Education Program areas; implementation, direction and leadership in quality and effectiveness of instruction in all areas of Academic Education; i.e., Literacy, Numeracy, ESL/ELL, GED, Wellness, Information Technology, Employability Skills, Diversity and Driver Education. Maintains oversight and takes corrective actions as needed to ensure maintenance of the Outcome Measurement System (OMS). Requirements: BA or BS in Education or related field. Valid Teaching Credential preferred (out of state accepted). Experience in teacher or career management training or other activities which demonstrate leadership and communication skills. Three (3) years related experience includes administrative and supervisory experience, program design and curriculum development, preferably within vocational/career technical training. Maintenance of a valid CA driver license and a driving record acceptable to the center’s insurance company.
INSTRUCTORS, OFFICE ADMINISTRATION: 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.
SEXUAL ASSAULT CRISIS SERVICES COUNSELORS & ADVOCATES
YWCA Greater Los Angeles is currently recruiting individuals interested in volunteering with our Sexual Assault Crisis Services program! The Sexual Assault Certification 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 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.