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Current Job Openings at Warren Village

Warren Village values diversity and inclusiveness.

 

PROGRAM AND EVALUATION SPECIALIST

Warren Village is actively seeking an energetic, passionate and skilled PROGRAM AND EVALUATION SPECIALIST. We desire candidates who are looking for more than just a job, but are instead seeking the chance to create opportunities for those most disadvantaged in our community to improve their lives.  This is a chance for a committed individual to apply their skills, invest their energy and help our organization grow to the next level.  Please see job description (below) for the details!

Warren Village is a mission-driven “learning organization” that is founded on six core values (collaboration, integrity, inclusion, accountability, empowerment, excellence) that drive our culture and our work.  We believe in empowerment and believe that any person, given the right chances, can achieve true self-sufficiency.

We want to attract candidates for this job who believe in the transformative power of individual agency coupled with collective supports.  We are looking for people who believe that we can learn from failure and that we can improve our outcomes through reflection.  We want creative, critical thinkers who are not restricted by convention. We want candidates who bring ideas to the table, energy to the team and a sense of humor.   We want employees who want to change the world, starting at Warren Village.  If you are up for the challenge and the reward, we encourage you to apply!

SALARY/BENEFITS: This is a full-time salaried exempt position with an attractive benefit package including medical, dental, and vision insurance as well as sick time, PTO, flexible spending accounts, company paid Life and LTD insurance, and a matching 403(b) retirement plan.  Work hours include four evenings a week and occasional weekend events. Salary starts at $35,000 and is commensurate with experience and credentials.  We are an organization that values diversity and strives to reflect the community we serve.

How to Apply:  Position Interested candidates should submit the following items (as separate pdf attachments) to careers@warrenvillage.org, Subject line: “Program and Evaluation Specialist”:

  1. Resume
  2. Three professional references (to be contacted only if candidate progresses to the final round).
  3. Cover letter addressing the following items (responses not to exceed 300 words each):
    1. Describe your most important professional accomplishment.
    2. How would you approach your first month in this position?

Only applicants selected for interview will be contacted.

JOB DESCRIPTION: PROGRAM AND EVALUATION SPECIALIST

Reports To: Director of Family Services

Summary: This position fulfills essential services in three areas:  Life-Skills Courses, Evening Childcare, and eLogic/HMIS database support.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  1. Responsible for design of life-skills courses and curricula for program participants.  Curricula should reflect strategic alignment with Warren Village goals for Family Services.  Design should reflect year-long, cross-course integration and alignment.
  2. Coordinate ongoing life-skills classes and event programming for adults; register residents for life-skills classes.
  3. Coordinate and supervise evening childcare program for children (4 evenings per week).
  4. Responsible for the recruitment, training, and direct supervision of community volunteers to implement life-skills classes with a culturally-sensitive and Two-Generation approach.
  5. Responsible for the recruitment, training, and direct supervision of community volunteers to implement evening childcare program.
  6. Responsible for the design of evening childcare programs in alignment with best practice.  Design should reflect an intentional, year-long pattern of offerings.
  7. Investigate and identify a software solution for use with scheduling to support evening childcare and life-skills courses.
  8. Develop and produce program marketing and communications materials including class calendars, flyers, posters, lobby displays and other promotional materials; assist with production of resident newsletter.
  9. Build collateral contacts to increase number and quality of community and organizational resources.
  10. Promote the goals of the organization through tours, presentations and written articles, as needed.
  11. Coordinate evaluation efforts of Family Services and First Step programs.
  12. Ensure quality and accuracy of Family Services eLogic data records; Lead and supervise staff data entry monthly.
  13. Monitor quality of data; perform departmental data edits/cleaning.
  14. Synthesize information generated through evaluation to construct reports and findings that are clearly linked to the data collected.
  15. Assist with design and implementation of resident/alumni longitudinal evaluation plan.
  16. Gather data using quantitative and qualitative research approaches for program initiatives and clients.
  17. Conduct move-in, move-out and bi-annual assessments for each resident.
  18. Serve as HMIS Liaison for agency; coordinate agency HMIS database management and participation.
  19. Conduct and complete program documentation monthly including data reports and statistics.

Family Services Program Support:

  1. Create, direct and manage special projects and resident events.
  2. Serve as liaison to Healthy Beginnings Clinic and Steering Committee; attend monthly committee meeting and coordinate patient appointments.
  3. Provide direct clerical and program support to Director of Family Services.
  4. Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Applicant must have a Bachelor’s degree, preferred education in social work, human services or education; Master in Social Work strongly preferred. Candidate must be able to demonstrate responsible professional behavior with the ability to work independently as well as part of a team that is comprised of volunteers, professional staff, and residents. Position requires strong communication skills with an ability to write clearly and concisely. Must be able to simplify and summarize complex information. Proficiency in Microsoft Office and demonstrated comfort with using web-based applications is a required skill. Applicant must pass a CBI and Central Registry Check. Experience with culturally diverse people a plus. ADA requirements include the ability to lift 40 pounds, and the ability to communicate effectively with residents, staff and volunteers.

Supervision and Work Relationships: Position reports directly to the Director of Family Services.  Position coordinates and cooperates with Warren Village staff, residents, community partners, and volunteers. Work environment encourages individual creativity, teamwork and professional accountability. Must be committed to Warren Village’s mission and culture.

 

COMMUNITY AND FUNDING SPECIALIST

Warren Village is actively seeking an energetic, passionate and skilled COMMUNITY AND FUNDING SPECIALIST. We desire candidates who are looking for more than just a job, but are instead seeking the chance to create opportunities for those most disadvantaged in our community to improve their lives.  This is a chance for a committed individual to apply their skills, invest their energy and help our organization grow to the next level.

Warren Village is a mission driven “learning organization” that is founded on six core values (collaboration, integrity, inclusion, accountability, empowerment, excellence) that drive our culture and our work.  We believe in empowerment and believe that any person, given the right chances, can achieve true self-sufficiency.

We want to attract candidates for this job who believe in the transformative power of individual agency coupled with collective supports.  We are looking for people who believe that we can learn from failure and that we can improve our outcomes through reflection.  We want creative, critical thinkers who are not restricted by convention. We want candidates who bring ideas to the table, energy to the team and a sense of humor.   We want employees who want to change the world, starting at Warren Village.

If you are up for the challenge and the reward, we encourage you to apply!

SALARY/BENEFITS: This is a full-time non-exempt position with an attractive benefit package including medical, dental, and vision insurance as well as sick time, PTO, flexible spending accounts, company paid Life and LTD insurance, and a matching 403(b) retirement plan. The hourly range is $16.50-19.25 commensurate with experience and credentials.  We are an organization that values diversity and strives to reflect the community we serve.

How to Apply:  Position Interested candidates should submit the following items (as separate pdf attachments) to careers@warrenvillage.org, Subject line: “Community and Funding Specialist”

  1. Resume
  2. Three professional references (to be contacted only if candidate progresses to the final round).
  3. Cover letter addressing the following items (responses not to exceed 300 words each):
    1. Describe your most important professional accomplishment.
    2. How would you approach your first month in this position?

Only applicants selected for interview will be contacted.

JOB DESCRIPTION: Community and Funding Specialist

REPORTS TO: Director of Learning Center

FLSA CLASSIFICATION: Non-Exempt

CLASSIFICATION: Full Time Regular

Scope & Nature of Position: The Community and Funding Specialist is responsible for accessing child care funding through the Denver Department of Human Services as well as other child care subsidies for low income clients.  The position is specifically responsible for managing all aspects of billing, account management, budgeting revenues, and annual revenue projections as well as casework support for currently enrolled Learning Center families and CCAP case issues.  The duties include tracking and billing the various other state, county, and school district funding sources.  The employee is also occasionally responsible for miscellaneous administrative, secretarial, clerical, and equipment management support for the Learning Center.

 Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  1. Manage fiscal agreements with various counties.
  2. Manage the Point of Service (POS) system for automatic payment through DDHS.
  3. Reconcile the remittance statement and payments from DDHS and all other funding sources.
  4. Manually bill families whose POS card is not working.
  5. Track changes in parent fees in PSSP system as well as daily monitoring for any changes in authorizations as they are added, removed, or any other changes in days for students.
  6. Monitor PSSP alerts daily.
  7. Maintain tuition billing charges, credits, and subsidy payments in appropriate databases in order to accurately bill clients by 20th of the month.
  8. Code and collect invoices and credit card statements.
  9. Maintain tracking system for child care authorizations and other subsidy authorizations for each enrolled child
  10. Maintain accurate monthly attendance records for billing purposes
  11. Develop effective relationships with DDHS case managers that facilitate ongoing communication about eligibility, billing, and reconciliation of CCCAP accounts.
  12. Responsible for assisting new clients in completing the necessary paperwork to initially apply for tuition supports (DPP, CCCAP, or other funding sources).
  13. Develop and maintain expertise related to agency, governmental, and legislative policies that affect low income parents and child care issues.
  14. Have up to date knowledge on public assistance for low income families and children (i.e. participate in community meetings and committees as needed).
  15. Support and educate new and enrolled parents with accessing and maintaining child care subsidies via written and face to face meetings.
  16. Work closely with the Family Services staff regarding subsidies and authorizations for clients.
  17. Review budget with director
  18. Responsible for revenue and projections for revenue streams

Other Duties & Responsibilities:

  1. Seek, research, and respond to funding opportunities and grants which will support general operating, classroom/program supplies, and tuition subsidies for low income families.
  2. Support the child enrollment process as needed.
  3. Assist with staffing as needed.
  4. Provide additional administrative back up as needed.

Working Relationships:

  1. The employee reports to the Director of the Learning Center
  2. The employee works collaboratively and cooperatively with other employees to achieve the Warren Village mission.
  3. This position works closely with Family Services, Housing, and Finance departments.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  1. An Associate or Bachelor’s degree with two years of experience in financial management and customer service is required, although additional experience may substitute for the advanced degree.
  2. Two years computer experience including knowledge of Microsoft programs, and database management skills.
  3. Employee must be able to work the occasional weekend or evening when requested.
  4. Bilingual and/or experience with culturally diverse people a plus. ADA requirements include the ability to communicate effectively with residents, staff, volunteers and other community representatives.
  5. A Colorado driver’s license and the ability to drive Warren Village vehicles or a personal vehicle are required and the ability to lift at least 40 pounds.
  6. Must be committed to Warren Village’s mission and culture.
 

SENIOR MANAGER OF DEVELOPMENT

Warren Village is actively seeking an energetic, passionate and skilled SENIOR MANAGER OF DEVELOPMENT. We desire candidates who are looking for more than just a job, but are instead seeking the chance to create opportunities for those most disadvantaged in our community to improve their lives.  This is a chance for a committed individual to apply their skills, invest their energy and help our organization grow to the next level.

Warren Village is a mission driven “learning organization” that is founded on six core values (collaboration, integrity, inclusion, accountability, empowerment, excellence) that drive our culture and our work.  We believe in empowerment and believe that any person, given the right chances, can achieve true self-sufficiency.

We want to attract candidates for this job who believe in the transformative power of individual agency coupled with collective supports.  We are looking for people who believe that we can learn from failure and that we can improve our outcomes through reflection.  We want creative, critical thinkers who are not restricted by convention. We want candidates who bring ideas to the table, energy to the team and a sense of humor.   We want employees who want to change the world, starting at Warren Village.

SALARY/BENEFITS: This is a full-time with an attractive benefit package including medical, dental, and vision insurance as well as sick time, PTO, flexible spending accounts, company paid Life and LTD insurance, and a matching 403(b) retirement plan. The salary is commensurate with experience and credentials.  We are an organization that values diversity and strives to reflect the community we serve.

How to Apply:  Interested candidates should submit the following items to careers@warrenvillage.org, with the subject header “Senior Manager of Development”.

  1. Resume
  2. Cover letter
  3. Salary requirements (Submissions that do not include salary requirements will not be considered.)

Only applicants selected for interview will be contacted.

 

 JOB DESCRIPTION : Senior Manager of Development

REPORTS TO:  DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

FLSA CLASSIFICATION:  EXEMPT

CLASSIFICATION: FULL TIME REGULAR

Scope & Nature of Position:

The Senior Manager of Development position provides leadership in the growing Development Department.  This position supervises the Manager of Volunteer Services and co-supervises the Manager of Administration.  This role manages and maintains relationships with current individual donors, while also cultivating new donors, and oversees Warren Village’s United Way workplace giving campaigns.

Warren Village is a unique and well-respected family community in Denver helping motivated low-income, previously homeless single parent families move from public assistance to personal and economic self-sufficiency through subsidized housing, on-site nationally accredited child care, intensive case management, education guidance and career development.

Core Responsibilities:

  1. Manage annual fund giving, including the renewal, upgrade and acquisition process for current and recent lapsed individual donors, in coordination with the Manager of Administration.
  2. Drive and monitor individual stewardship activities of Director of Development, President & CEO, Trustees
  3. Oversee direct mail acquisition mailings, as well as online campaigns.
  4. Coordinate additional in-house Development mailings, such as special invitations, stewardship letters, personalized notes, etc. for individual donors.
  1. Serve as primary staff liaison for United Way workplace giving campaigns, including representing at fairs and/or coordinating other staff presence at fairs as needed.
  1. Promptly and appropriately acknowledge gifts to Warren Village following established procedures.  Ensures that other staff and management are aware of gifts as needed.
  2. Regularly review results and metrics reports for each area of Development
  1. Ensures that the Manager of Administration has proper systems in place to provide timely generation and delivery of quality donor lists and data for organizational mailings and communications.

Professional and Personal Qualifications

  1. Bachelor’s Degree required
  2. Minimum of 3-5 years of experience in a nonprofit fund development environment
  3. Hands-on experience with individual giving and volunteer management strongly preferred
  4. Experience identifying, cultivating and stewarding donors through correspondence, events and engagement
  5. Some management experience desired
  6. Superior project management, excellent work ethic, and the ability to juggle multiple priorities
  7. Evolved, creative and thoughtful written and verbal communication skills
  8. Professional, diplomatic and courteous representative both internally and externally
  9. Ability to incorporate “emotional intelligence,” respect and good listening into all interactions
  10. Incredibly aware of details, with a fine-tuned and clear aesthetic
  11. Demonstrated initiative, self-motivation and the ability to work independently and as part of a team
  12. Strategic thinker who invariably anticipates and plans for next steps continually
  13. Strong computer proficiency with Microsoft Office required
  14. Knowledge of databases required. Knowledge of Abila Fundraising software preferred
  15. Committed to the mission, goals and core values of Warren Village
 

LEARNING CENTER TEACHERS – School Age, Toddler & Teacher’s Aide Positions

The Warren Village Learning Center serves children ages 6 weeks to 10 years old in a comprehensive and high quality early learning environment. The Learning Center is an NAEYC Accredited Center and holds a 4-Diamond Colorado Shines rating. Our teaching teams are dedicated to providing a supportive and nurturing learning environment that helps foster the development of the whole child.

Open Positions:

Warren Village Learning Center is looking for a full-time school age/float teacher. An ideal candidate will be ECE lead qualified and have experience working with all ages. This individual will need to be flexible and enthusiastic and be willing to drive a small school bus to help transport children to and from school. This position is a yearlong position and the program turns into a summer camp program during the summer months. The hours of this position are 9:00am-6:00pm.

Warren Village is looking for an ECE lead qualified teacher with an Associate in Early Childhood and/or Bachelors degree in a related field who has experience working with toddlers. The hours of this position are 7:30am-4:30pm.

Warren Village is also looking for a full-time Teacher’s aide who has experience working with 3-5 year olds. The ideal candidate will be flexible, enthusiastic, and team player. The hours of this position are 8:30am-5:30pm.

Requirements: Prospective candidates MUST be Group Leader (Early Childhood Teacher) qualified for the Early Preschool position and have experience working in the Early Childhood field. It is preferred that candidates have experience with Creative Curriculum and Teaching Strategies Gold. The Teacher’s Aide position must have some experience working with children.

Salary & Benefits:  This is a full-time, year-round position with an attractive benefits package including medical, dental, and vision insurance as well as flexible spending accounts, company paid Life and LTD insurance, and a matching 403(b) retirement plan. Salary is commensurate with experience and educational credentials.

To Apply: Potential candidates should email a resume, cover letter, and compensation requirements to Maggie Rittenhouse, Learning Center Director, at mrittenhouse@warrenvillage.org with the subject header for which position you’re applying [School-Age, Toddler, or Teacher’s Aide].