Jackson Memorial has an opening for a grant writer in its Grant Operations Division. The grant writer will primary identify funding opportunities and prepare funding proposals on behalf of Jackson Memorial Foundation (JMF) in support of Jackson Health Systems (JHS). Required qualifications include bachelors degree, and minimum three years experience in grant development required, preferably with a medical foundation. For details, contact Gema Tijerino at (305) 585-6081 or email [email protected].
Concerned African Women, Inc. has an opening for a care coordinatorfor its Synergy Service Partnership. The minimum qualifications include a B.A. degree in social work or related field with 2-4 years of experience. For more information, contact Michelle Johnson at (305) 621-3700 and/or email resumes to [email protected].
The Institute for Child & Family Health, Inc. seeks a psychiatrist experienced with children/adolescents to work full or part-time serving at-risk children and families in Miami-Dade. Required qualifications include licensure in Florida. ICFH is an EOE & DFWP. Background Screening. Email CV to [email protected] or fax to 305-685-4208. Also visit www.icfhinc.org.
The Miami Foundation's Communications Department seeks an intern to support communications operations that include content development, event planning and social networking. Candidates should be pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree, preferably in communications, public relations/affairs, marketing, journalism or a similar field or desire a career in the nonprofit sector. Contact Matthew Beatty at (305) 357-2091 or email [email protected]. For a more complete description, visit http://miamifoundation.org.
Homestead YMCA Preschool is seeking qualified teachers, part-timepositions available. Submit resume via email[email protected] or call Maggie Loret de Mola at (305) 247-0393 for an appointment.
Mental Health Consultant Position
Bridging Families & Communities seeks a mental health consultantwith experience working with children of high conflict families and domestic violence. Qualifications include a master's degree in social work, psychology, or relating field and minimum of 2 years working with children and families in community and home based settings. Bilingual (English/Spanish or English/Creole) preferred, but not required. Email resumes to [email protected]. Announcement Contact is Althea Birch (305) 704-0116 or[email protected].
Bridging Families has an opening also for a victim advocate. Qualifications for this part-time position include a bachelor's degree in social work, psychology, human services, or reacted field; experience working in the area of domestic violence; and knowledge of the Miami-Dade community and resources. Bilingual (English/Spanish and/or English/ Creole) preferred. Phone contact (305) 704-0116. Email resumes to [email protected] or fax to (305) 704-0199.
Site Supervisor, Program Monitors, Program Assistants
The Village Youth Services, Inc. has summer job openings for site supervisor, program monitors, and program assistants for its operations in Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties. For more information, please contact Randy Maynes at (305) 621-5836 or email[email protected].
America's Little Leaders Christian Academy in Miami Gardens seeks qualified pre-school teachers. Salary is competitive. Please submit your resume either via e-mail to [email protected] or fax to (786) 362-6063.
School Nurse, Piecework Case Managers and Therapists
The Institute for Child & Family Health is seeking applicants for the following positions: school nurse, piecework case managers andtherapists. For job summaries, requirements and application instructions, visit www.icfhinc.org. ICFH is an EOE & D/F/W/P. Background screenings required. Fax resumes to (305) 685-4208 or email [email protected].
In-School Coordinator, Youth Empowerment Coordinator, Teacher (Part-time)
The Overtown Youth Center has openings for an in-school coordinator, a youth empowerment coordinator and a part-time teacher. The in-school coordinator's responsibilities include providing case-management services to middle-school students, homework assistance and meeting coordination. Hours are 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. M-F with some Saturdays. A B.A. degree with 2-4 years of experience is required. Part-time teacher will also work with middle school students, helping with homework, project-based learning and curriculum development. Hours are 3:30-7 p.m. M-F. Interested applicants should send resumes to[email protected].
Source: The Children's Trust Provider Bulletin