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Jewish Family & Career Services is a nonprofit, comprehensive human services organization that provides care, counseling and guidance for people of any age, religion or ethnic origin. We give people the skills and tools to manage transitions and to meet life's challenges relating to family, relationships, aging, education, work and financial stability.

Counseling Services

Therapy, Support Groups, Addiction Services, and more.

Careers & Education

Career Planning, Job Search, ACT Classes, Growing a Business, and more.

Multicultural Services

Career Academy, Financial Independence, Navigate Enterprise Center, and more

Older Adult Services

In-Home Care, Caregiver Support, Transportation Services, and more


Events

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PUBLIC COMMENT OPPORTUNITY

Hague Accreditation, May 14, 2015

The Council on Accreditation (COA), a national accrediting entity designated by the US Department of State to provide Hague Accreditation and Approval, invites the public to provide comment on intercountry adoption service providers seeking Hague Accreditation, Approval or Renewal. You are invited to provide comments through COA’s website at:

http://coanet.org/accreditation/hague-accreditation-and-approval/public-comment/

 

Positions Available

Career Opportunties, December 17, 2014

 

JFCS is seeking qualified candidates for the following position:

1. PALS Drivers: will assist seniors with transportation needs.

2. Americorps VISTA – Two Positions Available

Financial Education and Coaching Associate  - The VISTA will work with staff and the community to develop employment and/or financial coaching and informational services for individuals with disabilities & other economically disadvantaged people (to include women, refugees, residents of distressed neighborhoods, veterans, ex-offenders, etc.).  The VISTA will (1) Develop and implement financial education services (i.e. workshops, seminars, or the like) to be provided to individuals with disabilities and other economically disadvantaged people; (2) Increase the number of volunteers that are recruited, trained and matched with individuals with disabilities & other economically disadvantaged people for the purposes of employment and/or financial coaching; (3) Develop and implement career/employment or financial coaching and mentoring materials to assist clients in obtaining self-sufficiency; and (4) Assist with fund development through grant research and grant writing activities as it relates to individuals with disabilities & other economically disadvantaged people.

Technology and Coaching AssociateThe VISTA will work with staff and the community to utilize technology in the development of employment and/or financial coaching and informational services for individuals with disabilities & other economically disadvantaged people (to include women, refugees, residents of distressed neighborhoods, veterans, ex-offenders, etc.).  The VISTA will (1) Develop ways that technology can be utilized to provide a wide range of services to economically disadvantaged people; (2) Increase the number of volunteers that are recruited, trained and matched with individuals with disabilities & other economically disadvantaged people for the purposes of employment and/or financial coaching; (3) Develop and implement career/employment or financial coaching and mentoring materials to assist clients in obtaining self-sufficiency; and (4) Assist with fund development through grant research and grant writing activities as it relates to individuals with disabilities & other economically disadvantaged people.

The VISTAs will receive a monthly stipend of $973/month as well as the option for end-of term bonus or education award.  To apply go to http://www.nationalservice.gov/programs/americorps/join-americorps.  For questions contact Kathryn at 502-452-6341.

3. Client Administrator – Navigate Enterprise Center.  The Navigate Client Administrator will be instrumental in ensuring that client/staff interactions are efficient and that grant outcomes data is captured accurately.  This position will also help staff member with scheduling walk-in clients during regular office hours. Role and Responsibilities will include: Entry of client information, working notes, and documentation for both new, current and past clients into appropriate Databases. Entry and curation of outreach activity data into the data system.  Ensure that all staff and department engagements are entered into appropriate Databases and systems (i.e. Outlook, Penelope, Podio).  Assist the Navigate staff with collecting Long Term Outcome data through contacting current and past clients and updating the data system with all new outcome information.  Assist the Navigate staff to ensure that internal and external educational resources and classrooms are reserved properly for activities. Serve as the initial point of contact for walk-in clients to coordinate a proper appointment time.  Create and maintain all Navigate paper files in the File room for grant compliance.

For further information regarding the above positions, please contact Kathryn Fetter at 502-452-6341 ext. 258

Food Pantry

Food Pantry Needs, April 01, 2015