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Better Tomorrows is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Social Services Coordinator
Part-time
Tyler House
Washington, D.C.
Better Tomorrows is a non-profit organization whose mission is supporting lives and empowering communities to over 25,000 low-income residents across the country so they can thrive.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Implement on-site programs and services aimed at promoting Better Tomorrows four- core focus areas: Healthy living, educational success, economic stability, and community strengthening
-After-school and Summer Enrichment as well as adult education programs
-Job Readiness programs, food banks, and financial literacy to promote economic stability and self-sufficiency
-Health and wellness programs and seminars to promote physical and mental health and general well-being
– Community-wide events and neighborhood watch focused on developing safe and strong communities
-Additional programs and services based on community needs
2. Conduct one-on-one case management services to support residents of the community
3. Utilize community resources as additional support
4. Input data daily to track case management progress, demographic information, and program outcomes
5. Provide great customer service to all residents, partners, and the community
6. Engage and manage volunteers
7. Maintain community partners
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
·        3 – 5 years of experience in social service field
·        Effective verbal and written communication, organizational, and inter-personal skills
·        Ability to work independently without day-to-day in-person supervision
·        Experience pro-actively connect and engage resident participation in programs and services
·        Proficiency in Microsoft office suite and other computer software database programs
·        Lifting 25 pounds
TO APPLY
Please send cover letter with salary requirements and resume to: hr@bettertomorrows.org
Existing employees of Better Tomorrows are eligible for a referral fee of $250, if someone you recommend is hired. Please email us at hr@bettertomorrows.org to provide the names of the individuals you have referred for employment.
Pre-employment checks are required before employment can begin.​
Better Tomorrows is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
No phone calls please.
Part-time Program Leader
 
Better Tomorrows is a mission-focused not for profit organization.  We are working to alleviate poverty by providing programs, supportive services, and case management to over 26,000 residents of affordable housing in more than 100 communities across the nation and in Hawaii and the Virgin Islands.
We are searching for a creative, energetic, fun and reliable individuals to engage residents and community stakeholders in the coordination of activities for the onsite afterschool program.
 
Location:  Philadelphia, PA
 
Qualifications:
     • Education: High school diploma required or equivalent
     • One-two years working with elementary and middle school aged youth
     • Completion and passing of all Federal and State clearances
     • Prior experience with urban settings, diverse populations, and at risk youth
     • Prior experience working in afterschool and/or summer camp environment
     • Excellent interpersonal, organization and communication skills
 
Responsibilities:
     • Ensure that children are safe at all times
     • Plan and implement youth activities with other staff members
     • Attend staff training and meetings as required
     • Take attendance, assist with the sign in/sign out process 
     • Assist with set-up and clean-up of materials and equipment, including preparing and securing instructional spaces
     • Direct children according Site and Better Tomorrows rules and guidance
     • Other duties as assigned
 
Schedule:  Monday – Thursday from 2:00pm – 6:30pm during the school year, hours may extend in the summer
 
How To Apply:
Send your resume, including salary requirements to: HR@BetterTomorrows.org Only resumes with salary requirements will be submitted to the hiring manager. Qualified candidates must consent to and meet the pre-employment screening requirements for the NJ Child Abuse Clearance, Criminal History Background Check, and Drug Screening.  No phone calls please. 
Equal Opportunity Employer
Social Service Coordinator – Villages of West Haven – Chicago, Illinois
Better Tomorrows is a mission-focused not for profit organization.  Our mission is to alleviate poverty and provide programs, supportive services, and case management to over 26,000 residents of affordable housing in more than 100 communities across the nation and in Hawaii and the Virgin Islands.
We are searching for a seasoned, reliable, and creative individual to engage residents and community stakeholders in the coordination of activities, programs and events for youth, adults and senior residents.
Duties
Engagement and Support:
  • Ensures a safe and welcoming environment for residents complete with group activities and individual appointments available to all residents on the property.
  • Determines level of care and caseload depending on resident needs and existing supports and community-based services and external partners in providing comprehensive resident care.
  • Creates service goals and plans with residents, monitors progress and support residents in achieving their goals. Facilitates and in some cases initiates referrals to contract providers and outside agencies as appropriate based on resident need.
  • Actively promotes the use of community resources and educational opportunities to residents. Shares educational and employment resources with external services, encouraging residents to build the skill base required to succeed.
  • Facilitates/implements the following resident programs, activities and social services, including but not limited to: Out of school time, GED preparation, Post High School Training and Education, Job Readiness, Food Distribution, Financial Literary and Health and Wellness.
Lease Compliance
  • Work with Property Management and at-risk households on non-lease compliance. Develop and implement corrective action plans.
  • Make use of partnerships to provide housekeeping and other self-sufficiency workshops to improve resident success rate in maintaining a safe and healthy home.
 
Incident Management
  • Support residents who are victims of crime on the property.  Encourage reporting to incidents to authorities for resolution and coordinates the exchange of information.
  • Facilitate conflict resolution, crisis planning and related resident goal-setting
  • Reports/documents all incidents immediately in accordance with reporting guidelines to your Direct Supervisor and Property Management.
 
 
Community Engagement
  • Provides Monthly Newsletters and Calendars to all residents on the property.
  • Actively promotes programs offered by CHA and its contracted CSS providers and assists in recruiting residents for participation.
  • Develop and utilize resource files for making resident referrals to those in need of specific services.  Provides referral follow-ups to make sure residents remain connected with services.
  • Coordinate/facilitate neighborhood watch and community-wide events focused on developing safe and strong communities i.e. National Night Out and Wellness Fairs.
  • Documents community activities and events.  Produces written summaries and photos with obtained consents that record events; provides information to owners, managers, agencies and residents through email communication, newsletters and special mailings.
  • Coordinates and manages volunteers, engaging them in supporting resident activities.
 
Community Links to Stakeholders
  • Attends Security, Area Beat and CAPs Meetings
  • Attend Relocation Meetings
  • Assumes the role of Community Ambassador, cultivating new relationships with community-based organizations, educational and faith-based institutions and political affiliates.
Minimum Qualifications
  • Related degree in Social Services field, Advanced Studies a plus
  • Minimum five (5) years hands-on work experience in Social Service Delivery
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills
  • Organized, reliable and flexible attitude about work and teamwork
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Google Suite
 
How to Apply:
 
Submit your resume, including salary requirements to:  HR@BetterTomorrows.org.  Only resumes with salary requirements will be submitted to the hiring manager. Qualified applicants must consent to and meet the pre-employment screening requirements for a Criminal Background Check and Drug Test.  No phone calls please.
 
EOE
 
 
 
Residential Engagement Coordinator – The Carling & Marshall, Chicago, Illinois
Better Tomorrows is a mission-focused not for profit organization.  Our mission is to alleviate poverty and provide programs, supportive services, and case management to over 26,000 residents of affordable housing in more than 100 communities across the nation and in Hawaii and the Virgin Islands.
We are searching for a seasoned, reliable, and creative individual to engage residents and community stakeholders in the coordination of activities, programs and events for youth, adults and senior residents.
Duties
Engagement and Support:
  • Ensures a safe and welcoming environment for residents complete with group activities and individual appointments available to all residents on the property.
  • Provides new resident orientation where community policies, procedures, house rules and related lease compliance are explained.
  • Conduct personal Interviews with new and renewing residents to identify their interest and barriers to achievement.
  • Provide on-going residential case management and care coordination services to residents and determine level of care and caseload depending on resident needs. Maintain working relationship with existing community case management services.
  • Creates service goals and plans with residents, monitors progress and support residents in achieving their goals. Facilitates and in some cases initiates referrals to contract providers and outside agencies as appropriate based on resident need.
  • Facilitates/implements the following resident programs, activities and social services, including but not limited to: Educational Achievement and Engagement, GED preparation, Post High School Training and Education, Job Readiness, Food Distribution, Financial Literary, onsite NA and/or AA Peer Group and other recovery-based and Health and Wellness Programs.
Lease Compliance
  • Work with Property Management and at-risk households on non-lease compliance. Develop and implement corrective action plans.
  • Make use of partnerships to provide housekeeping and other self-sufficiency workshops to improve resident success rate in maintaining a safe and healthy home.
 
Incident Management
  • Support residents who are victims of crime on the property.  Encourage reporting to incidents to authorities for resolution and coordinates the exchange of information.
  • Facilitate conflict resolution, crisis planning and related resident goal-setting
  • Reports/documents all incidents immediately in accordance with reporting guidelines to your Direct Supervisor and Property Management.
 
Community Engagement
  • Provides Monthly Newsletters and Calendars to all residents on the property.
  • Actively promotes programs offered by CHA and its contracted CSS providers and assists in recruiting residents for participation.
  • Develop and utilize resource files for making resident referrals to those in need of specific services.  Provides referral follow-ups to make sure residents remain connected with services.
  • Promotes positive neighbor to neighbor relationships and resident events focused on developing safe and strong communities such as wellness fairs and social functions.
  • Coordinate/facilitate neighborhood watch and community-wide events focused on developing safe and strong communities i.e. National Night Out and Wellness Fairs.
  • Documents community activities and events.  Produces written summaries and photos with obtained consents that record events; provides information to owners, managers, agencies and residents through email communication, newsletters and special mailings.
  • Coordinates and manages volunteers, engaging them in supporting resident activities.
 
Community Links to Stakeholders
  • Assumes the role of Community Ambassador, cultivating new relationships with community-based organizations, educational and faith-based institutions and political affiliates.
  • Work with organizations and foundations that focus on Mental Health, Drug and Alcohol, and Developmental Disability services and supports
  • Attends Security, Area Beat and CAPs Meetings
  • Attend Relocation Meetings
Minimum Qualifications
  • Related degree in Social Services field, Advanced Studies a plus
  • Minimum five (5) years hands-on work experience in Social Service Delivery
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills
  • Organized, reliable and flexible attitude about work and teamwork
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Google Suite
 
How to Apply:
 
Submit your resume, including salary requirements to:  HR@BetterTomorrows.org.  Only resumes with salary requirements will be submitted to the hiring manager. Qualified applicants must consent to and meet the pre-employment screening requirements for a Criminal Background Check and Drug Test.  No phone calls please.
 
EOE