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!

CCNP is hiring:

Part-time position $22 hr., 20 hours per week, Benefits include Holiday and Sick pay.

Position Summary:
The Academic Coach will lead up to two groups of approximately 100 middle and high school students every 12
weeks in tutoring, homework assistance and college preparatory activities with the goal of preparing youth to
graduate from high school and qualify for post-secondary education. Through an integrated service delivery model,
the Academic Coach will work closely with the student’s Wellness Coach and the FSC’s LAUSD Pupil Service
Attendance Counselor to provide students with academic and college preparatory activities to support their educational goals.

Academic Coach will perform a broad range of duties spanning the full employment cycle, including, but not limited to providing, support and/or monitoring of the following:

1. Lead the FSC’s college corner, which serves as a hub of academic support and resources for students;
2. Utilize the LAUSD student educational assessment to develop lessons plans;
3. Provide group and individual tutoring in English and math;
4. Oversee and coordinate peer support/tutoring groups;
5. Provide students with homework support to complete assignments, prepare for tests and improve academic skills;
6. Provide a robust menu of workshops that include: study skills, student success strategies, SAT/ACT prep and financial education;
7. Research and identify financial aid resources including scholarships, federal work study and AB540 financial support;
8. Update and incorporate resources for the college corner;
9. Coordinate and execute college field trips and special events;
10. Support, attend and engage students in the annual Cash for College events;
11. Assist students in navigating the college admissions process and completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA);
12. Maintain accurate academic records and document follow-up efforts
○ Student files
○ Academic achievement plan
○ Student attendance
○ Student progress
13.Provide extended learning opportunities in mathematics, language arts and A-G courses over the summer;
14. Collaborate with key staff including case managers, LAUSD pupil service attendance counselors, partners and local schools;
15. Prepare information for monthly reporting;
16. Attend and actively participate in team meetings, in-service trainings, staff development meetings and all required FSC meetings and trainings;
17. Participate in the planning and coordination of yearly events for youth and their families, including potluck dinners and dances, summer camp, community resource fairs and holiday events;
18. Other duties as assigned by supervisor and executive leadership.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
1. Must be a current college student in good academic standing, must possess strong leadership qualities and
have the ability to function as a team player;
2. Must have strong language arts and algebra skills, verified through a pre-employment test;
3. Ability to plan and implement lesson plans;
4. Prior academic tutoring experience preferred;
5. Proven ability to assist students with academic assignments;
6. A working knowledge of high school A-G requirements, SAT/ACT, FAFSA, college applications, EOP and community college transfer requirements highly preferred;
7. Knowledge of undocumented student resources including AB540, the California Dream Act and DACA;
8. Ability to maintain appropriate, professional boundaries and confidentiality;
9. Strong organizational and verbal/written communication skills;
10. The ability to read, write and speak in English is required, and the ability to speak Spanish and/or Korean is preferred, given that many of the targeted families are monolingual in Spanish and/or Korean. Cultural sensitivity is required.
11. Excellent work ethic and proven ability to multitask;
12. Hands-on experience working with the public and individuals with various cultural and economic backgrounds and abilities;
13. Must be able to establish and maintain a trusting and productive working relationship with program students, their parents and staff; and
14. Friendly, dependable and flexible. Must be able to work a flexible schedule; performs other assigned duties in a timely and efficient manner.

EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
1. High School Graduate or Equivalent + currently enrolled and going to college
2. Current enrollment in college; verification of enrollment will be required
3. CPR certification

Other Requirements
▪ Operational knowledge of the internet and web-related technologies; Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint); Windows Operating System.
▪ Ability to manage databases and reporting systems in order to produce a variety of written reports
▪ Must have a valid California Driver’s License, liability insurance and access to an automobile in good working conditions;

COVID-19 Vaccine required for all employees
Central City Neighborhood Partners has implemented a mandatory vaccination policy effective October 1, 2021
requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for all employees (with approved religious and medical accommodations). At
present, an individual is deemed “fully vaccinated” when that person has received, at least 14 days prior, either the
second dose in a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine series (e.g. Pfizer or Moderna) or a single-dose COVID-19 vaccine
(e.g. Johnson & Johnson). As a condition of employment, employees must submit official COVID-19 vaccine documentation.

Physical Requirements
1. To perform this job the individual must be able to carry out all essential functions satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
functions of the job.
2. Approximately 50% of time is spent sitting, while frequently required to walk, stand and bend.
3. Must be able to speak and hear well.
4. Good vision is imperative.
5. Occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl.
6. Employee will be required to lift and/or move up to 25 pounds without assistance

CCNP is hiring:

Temporary Full Time position, $18hr , 40 hours per week

Position Summary:

Position Overview

The Career Coach provides direct services for low-to moderate-income individuals who are enrolled as Financial Opportunity Center participants. This person will interact with employers, service providers, and neighborhood residents. The successful candidate will augment the employment component of the Financial Opportunity Center (FOC) by (1) identifying employment sectors and employers able to hire FOC participants from CCNP’s targeted neighborhoods; (2) assisting FOC participants in identifying long-term career aspirations and develop steps for achieving their goals; (3) preparing FOC participants for employment opportunities through individual coaching on job search techniques, interview etiquette, resume development and related topics; and (4) helping FOC participants connect with employment or skills training to secure employment and to advance to a better job. The Career Coach will also hold workshops, network and maintain relationships to actively promote career opportunities.

EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
High School Diploma

Other Requirements
▪ TB Certificate
▪ Full COVID-19 Vaccination

CCNP is hiring:

Part-time position $22 hr., 20 hours per week, Benefits include Holiday and Sick pay.

Position Summary:
The Child Watch Coordinator will oversee CCNP’s child watch program and provide direct assistance to
families with young children to ensure FSC customers can participate in FSC appointments and events.
The Child Watch Coordinator will be responsible for the supervision, risk management, and injury
prevention of all participating youth and plan age-appropriate activities/ games for the youth. The Child
Watch Coordinator is responsible for coordinating with the FSC Program Manager for FSC activities and
services for FSC customers as well as working closely with the FSC team to ensure all program services
and outcomes are being met.

Child Watch Coordinator will perform a broad range of duties spanning the full employment cycle, including, but not limited to providing support, and/or monitoring of the following:
1. Monitors room access by properly documenting daily sign in/out sheets
2. Ensuring a safe and sanitized environment for all in designated rooms
3. Familiarize families with the services coordination strategy, the visioning process of client goal setting, and program expectations
4. Maintain appropriate documentation to track families’ program participation
5. Maintain up-to-date files and complete documentation in all client files as needed, including documentation of all meetings, referrals, and supportive services delivered
6. Engage with all members, participants, and parents to build strong relationships toward the advancement of CCNP

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
1. Excellent work ethic and ability to work under pressure, address multiple priorities, and meet deadlines
2. Excellent organizational and time management skills
3. Culturally competent in working with the public and individuals with various cultural and economic backgrounds and abilities;
4. Friendly, dependable, and flexible team player with the ability to use tact and diplomacy in communication and adapt to changes in a busy work environment;
5. Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively with limited supervision, with diverse groups including immigrants, coalitions, public officials, and media;
6. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written skills are required;
7. The ability to read, write and speak in English is required, and the ability to speak Spanish and/or Korean is preferred, given that many of the targeted families are monolingual in Spanish and/or Korean. Cultural sensitivity is required.
8. Operational knowledge of the Internet and web-related technologies; Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint); Windows Operating System, Zoom.
9. Ability to manage databases and reporting systems in order to produce a variety of written reports

EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
1. High School Graduate or Equivalent + currently enrolled and going to college
2. 1 year of experience working with youth
3. CPR certification

Other Requirements
▪ Successfully pass all post offer, pre-employment screening requirements, including criminal background check, and provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States.
▪ TB Health Screening
▪ COVID-19 Vaccination
▪ Must have reliable transportation and State required automobile insurance coverage and valid Class C California driver’s license

CCNP is hiring:

Full time position, $22 hr, 40 hours per week, Benefits include medical and dental insurance, vacation, holiday, and sick pay

Position Summary:
The Data Entry Coordinator is responsible for the data entry of all programs, services and outcomes offered
at the FSC in order to ensure contract goals are met. The Data Entry Coordinator is also responsible for
working closely with sub-contractors to ensure contract compliance throughout the year.

Data Entry Coordinator will perform a broad range of duties spanning the full employment cycle, including, but not limited to supporting and/or monitoring of the following:
1. Coordinate data entry of intakes and services into FSC database, including review of eligibility and intake accuracy on a daily basis
2. Assist with intake entry with support from the team
3. Monitor monthly quantity of intakes to ensure contract compliance
4. Monthly review of sub-contractor goals and outcome entry
5. Assist with data entry of outcomes, ensure outcomes entered have required documentation
6. Submit FSC Database maintenance form weekly as needed
7. Compile and verify accuracy and sort information according to priorities to prepare source data computer entry.
8. Review data for deficiencies or errors, correct any incompatibilities if possible and check output
9. Apply data entry program techniques and procedures
10. Generate reports, store completed work in designated locations and perform quality review checks
11. Ensure confidentiality of sensitive information
12. Prepare other reports as necessary
13. Assist with FOC SalesForce data entry
14. Assist with Food Security Data Entry
15. Other duties as assigned by supervisor and executive leadership.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
1. 3+ years managing data
2. Ability to manage databases and reporting systems in order to produce a variety of written reports;
3. Proficient communication and writing skills, cultural sensitivity
4. Excellent work ethic and proven ability to multitask.
5. Hands-on experience working with the public and individuals with various cultural and economic backgrounds and abilities.
6. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written skills required
7. The ability to read, write and speak in English is required, and the ability to speak Spanish and/or Korean is preferred, given that many of the targeted families are monolingual in Spanish and/or Korean. Cultural sensitivity is required.
8. Operational knowledge of the Internet and web-related technologies; Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint); Windows Operating System.

EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
● High school graduation or equivalent
● 2 years previous experience working in the community will be considered

Other Requirements
▪ Successfully pass all post offer, pre-employment screening requirements, including criminal background check, and provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States.
▪ TB Certificate
▪ COVID Vaccination
▪ Must have reliable transportation and State required automobile insurance coverage and valid Class C California driver’s license (mileage to be reimbursed)

COVID-19 Vaccine required for all employees
Central City Neighborhood Partners has implemented a mandatory vaccination policy effective October 1, 2021
requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for all employees (with approved religious and medical accommodations). At
present, an individual is deemed “fully vaccinated” when that person has received, at least 14 days prior, either the
second dose in a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine series (e.g. Pfizer or Moderna) or a single-dose COVID-19 vaccine
(e.g. Johnson & Johnson). As a condition of employment, employees must submit official COVID-19 vaccine documentation.

Physical Requirements
1. To perform this job the individual must be able to carry out all essential functions satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individual with disabilities to perform the essential
functions of the job.
2. Approximately 50% of time is spent sitting, while frequently required to walk, stand and bend.
3. Must be able to speak and hear well.
4. Good vision is imperative.
5. Occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl.
6. Employee will be required to lift and/or move up to 25 pounds without assistance

CCNP is hiring:

Full time position, $22 hr, 40 hours per week, Benefits include medical and dental insurance, vacation, holiday, and sick pay

Position Summary:
The Intake and Eligibility Coordinator is the initial contact when families contact the FamilySource Center. The
Intake and Eligibility Coordinator will engage and focus on enrolling a minimum of 120 families on a monthly basis
into the FamilySource Center. Responsible for pre-assessing the families, Intake and Eligibility Coordinator will
develop and coordinate high-quality community resources, services and referrals that will enhance the economic
opportunities for families. The Intake and Eligibility Coordinator oversees many of the duties related to the families
served by the FamilySource Center. Duties include assisting families with access to services, conducting
multi-benefit screenings and assisting with the overall enrollment for all programs offered by the FSC. Intake and
Eligibility Coordinators will collaborate with community partners and other professionals to create support for the
family and to affect changes at a systems level by being mindful of issues that affect the families. The Intake and
Eligibility Coordinator will assist with the VITA- Tax Preparation Program in collaboration with the VITA Coordinator.

Intake and Eligibility Coordinator will perform a broad range of duties spanning the full employment cycle, including, but not limited to providing supporting and/or monitoring of the following:
1. Conduct intake, multi-benefit screenings, pre-assessments, and comprehensive assessments of families’ needs, which may include a financial health assessment of the families’ banking, credit, debt and savings
as well as educational and psychosocial assessments through LAUSD Pupil Service Attendance Counselors.
2. Identify, develop and coordinate high quality community resources, services and referrals that will enhance the economic opportunity of families and assist them in addressing their needs;
3. Conduct Multi-benefit Screenings using the online tool Your Benefits Now and enroll into other public benefits programs, including but not limited to utility discounts, LIFE coupons, and other assistance programs
4. Determine specific needs to achieve the two primary outcomes of the FamilySource Center 1) Increase family income; 2) increase youth academic achievement.
5. Establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with community resources; develop community resources and referrals; work with other team members on facilitating events as needed;
6. Maintain up-to-date files and complete documentation in all client files as needed, including documentation of all meetings, referrals, and supportive services delivered.
7. Maintain case record files; prepare statistical reports; participate in in-service training and staff development activities; maintain up-to-date information regarding customers prepare and submit reports to supervisor on a monthly basis; enter participant information into the database on a daily basis, including updates; and other documentation as needed.
8. Familiarize families with the services coordination strategy, the visioning process of client goal-setting, and program expectations
9. Maintain appropriate documentation to track families’ program participation
10. Ensure that the family signs all appropriate paperwork and to complete the registration and referral process as needed.
11. Present information in daily check-ins and weekly services review meetings with team members
12. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written skills required; ability to use tact and diplomacy in communication;
13. Participate in the planning and coordination of yearly events for families, including Wellness Conferences, Community Events, Youth Leadership Programming; and
14. Additional tasks, projects and responsibilities as assigned by supervisor and executive leadership.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
1. Knowledge and experience with educational and asset-building programs and available resources;
2. Empathetic listener and non-judgmental interviewing skills;
3. Creative problem solver and ability to take initiative;
4. Excellent work ethic and ability to work under pressure, address multiple priorities, and meet deadlines;
5. Excellent organizational and administrative skills with the ability to complete high-quality and timely documentation;
6. Excellent interpersonal communication and writing skills;
7. Culturally competent in working with the public and individuals with various cultural and economic backgrounds and abilities;
8. Friendly, dependable, and flexible team player with the ability to use tact and diplomacy in communication and adapt to changes in a busy work environment; and
9. Must be able to work a flexible schedule.
10. The ability to read, write and speak in English is required, and the ability to speak Spanish and/or Korean is preferred, given that many of the targeted families are monolingual in Spanish and/or Korean. Cultural sensitivity is required.
11. Operational knowledge of the Internet and web-related technologies; Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint); Windows Operating System.
12. Ability to manage databases and reporting systems in order to produce a variety of written reports

EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
1. High School diploma or equivalent; College degree preferred
2. 2+ years of experience providing clerical and/or eligibility support

Other Requirements
Other Requirements
▪ Successfully pass all post offer, pre-employment screening requirements, including criminal background check, and provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States.
▪ TB Certificate
▪ Full COVID-19 Vaccination
▪ Must have reliable transportation and State required automobile insurance coverage and valid Class C California driver’s license (mileage to be reimbursed)
▪ Must be available to work until 8 p.m. at least once per week; weekends and evenings as needed
▪ Required and should get tested for COVID-19 every two weeks.

COVID-19 Vaccine required for all employees
Central City Neighborhood Partners has implemented a mandatory vaccination policy effective October 1, 2021
requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for all employees (with approved religious and medical accommodations). At
present, an individual is deemed “fully vaccinated” when that person has received, at least 14 days prior, either the
second dose in a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine series (e.g. Pfizer or Moderna) or a single-dose COVID-19 vaccine
(e.g. Johnson & Johnson). As a condition of employment, employees must submit official COVID-19 vaccine documentation.

Physical Requirements
1. To perform this job the individual must be able to carry out all essential functions satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individual with disabilities to perform the essential
functions of the job.
2. Approximately 50% of time is spent sitting, while frequently required to walk, stand and bend.
3. Must be able to speak and hear well.
4. Good vision is imperative.
5. Occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl.
6. Employee will be required to lift and/or move up to 25 pounds without assistance

CCNP is hiring:

Temporary Full Time position, $18hr, 40 hours per week

Position Summary:
The VITA tax preparer will complete taxes and other related tasks at the FamilySource Center and Ventanilla de Asesoria Financiera at the Mexican Consulate in collaboration with the VITA Coordinator and VITA team. Duties include tax preparation and connecting individuals to resources that assist with personal goals and ensuring that families remain economically self-sufficient. The VITA tax preparer will also collaborate with community partners and other professionals to create support for the family and to affect changes at a systems level by being mindful of issues that affect the families.

EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
1. High School diploma

Other Requirements

▪ TB Certificate
▪ Full COVID-19 Vaccination

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