Employment Opportunities

We welcome your interest in joining a diverse, talented, professional, and extremely committed team. Every position at CCNP contributes to realizing our overall vision and mission. If you are interested in a career dedicated to building a community of hope and social justice, where financial hardships have been overcome and everyone lives in dignity and security, we encourage you to take the first step and apply today!

Organizational/Program Background: Central City Neighborhood Partners (CCNP) was established in 1994 to address socio-economic conditions impacting low-income families in Central City, Westlake, and Pico-Union communities. CCNP collaborates with partners to create pathways to financial security and economic opportunity through the FamilySource Center (FSC) program and other initiatives.
Full time position, 40 hours per week, Benefits include medical and dental insurance, vacation, holiday, and sick pay

Job Description:

The Financial Coach role involves providing direct services to individuals with low-to-moderate incomes enrolled as participants in the Financial Opportunity Center. This position focuses on delivering financial education classes and personalized coaching to enhance participants’ money management skills and increase their income levels. Responsibilities include assisting participants in improving credit scores, reducing debt, increasing savings, managing money effectively, and avoiding predatory financial services. The role also entails engaging with employers, service providers, and community residents to strengthen the employment component of the Financial Opportunity Center.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Identify employment sectors and employers in targeted neighborhoods suitable for hiring Financial Opportunity Center participants.
  • Assist participants in identifying long-term career aspirations and developing actionable steps to achieve their goals.
  • Prepare participants for employment opportunities through coaching on job search techniques, interview etiquette, resume development, etc.
  • Facilitate connections with employment or skills training to secure jobs and advance careers.
  • Conduct workshops, networking, and maintain relationships to actively promote career opportunities.

Additionally, the Financial Coach performs various duties throughout the financial coaching cycle:

  • Establish mutually agreed-upon goals with Financial Opportunity Center customers.
  • Screen participants for program eligibility, conduct intake, and orientation.
  • Enhance participants’ knowledge, skills, and access to financial security pillars: assets, banking, credit, debt, and taxes.
  • Coordinate financial education workshops and outreach strategies.
  • Continuously improve curriculum design and delivery based on participant feedback and best practices.
  • Provide individual financial coaching to assist participants in meeting their financial goals.
  • Maintain accurate customer files and compile data for program assessment and evaluation.
  • Network with program staff, financial institutions, and social service providers for referrals.
  • Document financial coaching activities in compliance with agency and funder guidelines.
  • Track participant progress and outcomes using Salesforce.
  • Conduct community presentations, assist with trainings, and attend meetings.
  • Prepare monthly program reports for supervisors.
  • Participate in program events and initiatives.

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Knowledge and experience with educational and asset-building programs.
  • Strong listening and interviewing skills.
  • Creative problem-solving ability and initiative.
  • Excellent organizational, administrative, interpersonal, and communication skills.
  • Cultural competency and flexibility in working with diverse backgrounds.
  • Proficiency in English and Spanish.
  • Operational knowledge of the internet and Microsoft Office applications.
  • Ability to manage databases and reporting systems.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Services or related field.
  • Financial Coaching Certificate preferred.

Other Requirements:

  • Pass pre-employment screening, including background check.
  • Possess TB Certificate and full COVID-19 vaccination.
  • Have reliable transportation and valid California driver’s license.
  • Ability to lift up to 25 pounds and perform physical tasks as necessary.

Expectations for All Staff:

  • Dedication to CCNP’s mission and success of families and youth.
  • Commitment to excellence, continuous learning, and data-driven decision-making.
  • Ability to collaborate effectively in a team and handle challenging situations.
  • Comfort with technology and willingness to adopt new approaches.
  • Regular attendance and professional demeanor.

Note: All employees must comply with CCNP’s mandatory vaccination policy.

Job Description:

Join us as a College Ambassador and play a pivotal role in shaping the futures of middle and high school students. Through tutoring, homework assistance, and college preparatory activities, you’ll guide students towards academic success and readiness for post-secondary education. Working closely with Case Managers and LAUSD Pupil Service Attendance Counselors, you’ll empower students from underserved communities to graduate high school and pursue higher education opportunities.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Lead dynamic tutoring sessions and engaging college preparatory activities for groups of up to 100 students every 12 weeks.
  • Provide invaluable guidance on college applications, FAFSA/Dream Act applications, scholarships, and financial aid resources.
  • Review and enhance student personal statements, essays, and other application materials to maximize their chances of success.
  • Organize inspiring college field trips, special events, and workshops covering study skills, SAT/ACT prep, and financial literacy.
  • Maintain meticulous academic records, attendance logs, and student progress reports to ensure accountability and track success.
  • Foster collaborative relationships with staff, counselors, and community partners to provide comprehensive support to students.
  • Assist with monthly reporting and actively participate in team meetings, trainings, and program evaluations.
  • Plan and execute vibrant youth-centered events and activities throughout the year to engage and empower students.

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Current college student with strong leadership skills and a passion for making a difference.
  • Proficiency in language arts and algebra, with the ability to demonstrate skills through a pre-employment test.
  • Prior tutoring experience and familiarity with college admissions processes highly desirable.
  • Knowledge of high school requirements, SAT/ACT, FAFSA, and scholarship opportunities preferred.
  • Cultural sensitivity and the ability to effectively engage with diverse student populations.
  • Excellent organizational, communication, and collaboration skills are essential.
  • Fluency in English required; proficiency in Spanish and/or Korean is advantageous.
  • Commitment to maintaining professional boundaries and confidentiality.
  • Flexibility to accommodate a dynamic schedule, including occasional weekends.

Technological Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required:

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and web-related technologies.
  • Ability to manage databases and generate impactful written reports.

Education/License Requirements:

  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Current college enrollment; ongoing enrollment throughout employment is mandatory.
  • CPR certification may be required.

Additional Requirements:

  • Successful completion of background check and TB test clearance.
  • Ability to lift and move up to 25 pounds unassisted.

Expectations for All Staff:

  • Dedication to CCNP’s mission and values.
  • Continuous learning and professional development.
  • Collaboration and teamwork in a diverse and inclusive environment.
  • Compliance with CCNP’s COVID-19 vaccination policy.

Equal Employment Opportunity: CCNP is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants and employees without discrimination based on protected characteristics. We foster an inclusive work environment where diversity is celebrated and respected.

Please Note: This job description is subject to change based on organizational needs and priorities. Join us in making a positive impact on the lives of students and families in our community.

Position Summary: The FamilySource Center Coordinator supports the implementation, administration, and development of the FamilySource Center program. Responsibilities include program evaluation, service coordination, outcomes monitoring, reporting, and staff support to ensure achievement of program goals. This role represents CCNP and supports its mission and vision.

Full time position, $50,000 yearly, 40 hours per week, Benefits include medical and dental insurance, vacation, holiday, and sick pay

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Provide direction and support to FamilySource Center staff and partners.
  • Ensure program offerings align with organizational and contractual objectives.
  • Support customers with comprehensive resources for self-sufficiency.
  • Coordinate program policies, procedures, and systems for effectiveness and compliance.
  • Foster teamwork and creative problem-solving among staff.
  • Monitor staff and subcontractor performance.
  • Ensure outstanding customer satisfaction and outcomes.
  • Coordinate information gathering for reporting requirements.
  • Convene regular subcontractor and partner meetings.
  • Maintain relationships with stakeholders, partners, and officials.
  • Provide training on program compliance and best practices.
  • Attend staff and organization meetings.
  • Represent the organization in community meetings and events.
  • Perform additional tasks and responsibilities as assigned.

Qualifications and Experience Requirements:

  • Three years managing government contracts.
  • Two years supervising staff.
  • Ability to prioritize and multitask.
  • Excellent judgment, communication, and organizational skills.
  • Cultural sensitivity and experience in collaborative environments.
  • Proficiency in English and Korean.
  • Bachelor’s degree in related field; Master’s preferred.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and database software.

Other Requirements:

  • Pass pre-employment screening, including background check.
  • Possess TB Certificate and full COVID-19 vaccination.
  • Valid California Driver’s License and reliable vehicle.
  • Flexibility to work evenings and weekends as needed.

Expectations for All Staff:

  • Dedication to CCNP’s mission and family success.
  • Commitment to excellence and continuous learning.
  • Collaboration, self-motivation, and professionalism.

Note: CCNP is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Organizational/Program Background: Central City Neighborhood Partners (CCNP) was established in 1994 to address socio-economic conditions impacting low-income families in Central City, Westlake, and Pico-Union communities. CCNP collaborates with partners to create pathways to financial security and economic opportunity through the FamilySource Center (FSC) program and other initiatives.
Full time position, $22-$24 hourly, 40 hours per week, Benefits include medical and
dental insurance, vacation, holiday, and sick pay

Position Overview: The Navigator implements a “no wrong door” approach to coordinate services and referrals, aiming to increase family income and youth academic achievement. This role provides program and administrative support to ensure effective implementation of the FamilySource Center program in accordance with CCNP’s mission.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Monitor monthly intake quantity to ensure contract compliance.
  • Manage and coordinate community outreach initiatives online and offline.
  • Organize and facilitate various workshops.
  • Facilitate project meetings and assist with community planning workshops.
  • Develop relationships with local businesses and other organizations.
  • Generate reports, file completed work, and perform quality reviews.
  • Identify, develop, and coordinate community resources and referrals.
  • Establish and maintain collaborative relationships with community resources.
  • Familiarize families with services coordination strategy and program expectations.
  • Maintain documentation to track families’ program participation.
  • Keep files up-to-date with documentation of meetings, referrals, and services.
  • Assist with preparation and distribution of outreach material.
  • Assist with special projects, including correspondence and translation.

Qualifications and Experience Requirements:

  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively with diverse groups.
  • Experience processing demographic data sets for program reports.
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.
  • Proficiency in English; Spanish proficiency preferred.
  • Knowledge of internet, web technologies, Microsoft Office, and social media platforms.
  • Ability to present in large groups.
  • Bachelor’s degree in relevant field preferred or four years of relevant experience.

Other Requirements:

  • Pass pre-employment screening, including background check.
  • Possess TB Certificate and full COVID-19 vaccination.
  • Valid California Driver’s License and reliable vehicle.

Expectations for All Staff:

  • Dedication to CCNP’s mission and family success.
  • Commitment to excellence and continuous learning.
  • Collaboration, self-motivation, and professionalism.

Note: CCNP is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Organizational/Program Background: Central City Neighborhood Partners (CCNP) was established in 1994 to address socio-economic conditions impacting low-income families in Central City, Westlake, and Pico-Union communities. CCNP collaborates with partners to create pathways to financial security and economic opportunity through the FamilySource Center (FSC) program and other initiatives.

Full time position, 40 hours per week, Benefits include medical and dental insurance,
vacation, holiday, and sick pay

Job Description:

The Career Coach role involves providing direct services to low-to-moderate-income individuals enrolled in our Financial Opportunity Center program. This position entails interaction with employers, service providers, and community residents. The successful candidate will enhance the employment component of the FOC by identifying job sectors and employers in CCNP’s targeted neighborhoods, assisting participants in defining long-term career goals, preparing them for job opportunities, and facilitating connections to employment or skills training. Additionally, the Career Coach will conduct workshops, network, and maintain relationships to promote career opportunities actively

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Design and implement outreach strategies to promote employment services.
  • Screen participants for program eligibility and conduct intake and orientation.
  • Interview participants to assess interest and qualifications for employment.
  • Provide career coaching, follow-up, and job retention services.
  • Instruct participants in job-seeking procedures, resume writing, and interview preparation.
  • Maintain contacts with business representatives and job placement agencies.
  • Communicate program benefits to employers and address their specific needs.
  • Identify required job skills and develop processes for participants to acquire them.
  • Stay updated on job trends and maintain labor market information.
  • Collect data from employers related to job orders and requirements.
  • Match job skills with applicant qualifications effectively.
  • Stay informed about job fairs and online resources, participating in outreach activities.
  • Collaborate with the team to provide integrated employment and financial coaching services.
  • Ensure documentation compliance and maintain client confidentiality.
  • Collect and compile data for program assessment and evaluation.
  • Track participant activity, progress, and outcomes using Salesforce.
  • Attend team meetings, trainings, and events as required.
  • Assist in planning monthly, quarterly, and yearly events for FOC participants and their families.

Qualifications and Experience Requirements:

  • Experience in career coaching and employment placement.
  • Knowledge of integrating financial coaching within employment services.
  • Empathetic listener with problem-solving skills.
  • Strong work ethic and ability to multitask under pressure.
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills.
  • Cultural competence and flexibility to adapt in a diverse environment.
  • Proficiency in English required; Spanish fluency preferred.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in career coaching and employment.

Other Requirements:

  • Successful completion of pre-employment screenings, including background check and TB test.
  • Full COVID-19 vaccination.
  • Reliable transportation and valid driver’s license required.
  • Ability to lift and move up to 25 pounds unassisted.

Expectations for All Staff:

At CCNP, we expect all staff members to demonstrate unwavering commitment to our mission and values, continuous learning and professional development, collaboration, and excellence in their work. We are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, committed to providing equal opportunities to all qualified applicants and employees without discrimination based on protected characteristics.

Please Note: This job description is subject to change based on organizational needs and priorities. Join us in making a positive impact on the lives of individuals and families in our community.

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