Champions for Children’s greatest asset is the quality and competency of its staff.
Our management philosophy starts with respect for individuals and treating people with dignity, openness, honesty and fairness. Additionally, we share a set of work values focused on performance, independent initiative, good communication and employee development. Our working style is governed by teamwork, and we believe effective service depends on qualified and competent staff who feel integrated into our organization.
Champions for Children, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. Hiring, promotion, transfer, compensation, benefits, discipline, termination and all other employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, national origin, citizenship/immigration status, veteran status or any other protected status. Drug Free WorkPlace.
Champions for Children, Inc. participates in the federal government’s E-Verify program. With E-Verify we are able to confirm the employment authorization of all newly hired employees through an electronic database maintained by the Social Security Administration and Department of Homeland Security. With respect to new hires, the E-Verify process is completed in conjunction with a new hire’s completion of the Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification upon commencement of employment. E-Verify is not used as a tool to pre-screen candidates. For up-to-date information on E-Verify, go to www.uscis.gov and click the “E-Verify” logo.
Champions for Children, Inc. provides a number of benefit programs for qualifying full time regular staff. These include: Paid time off, 14 paid holidays, health/dental/vision/life insurance, 401 (k) plan with employer match, payroll direct deposit, and supplemental insurance products. (Some benefits are subject to change without notice and benefit entitlement is based on certain eligibility criteria.)
Champions for Children Current Job Openings:
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Please email a resume with a letter of interest to email@example.com (no phone calls, please)
1) Administrative/Development Assistant
Summary: The Administrative/Development Assistant is a full -time position which provides all aspects of support for the Development (70%) and Administration departments (30%) . Extensive software, data entry, and communication skills are required. This position reports to the Development Director.
- Maintenance of Raiser’s Edge donor database and data integrity.
- Manually and electronically processes daily gifts, enters data with speed and attention to detail.
- Acknowledges each gift with thank you letter/ tax receipt with accuracy and timeliness.
- Assists development staff with event/fundraising mailings, and other functions as needed
- Data entry into proprietary software system for client services and ensures compliance to agency’s record retention procedures.
- Assists in maintenance of agency’s social media.
- Assists with creating e-newsletters and other marketing materials.
- Schedules, sets-up and breakdowns conference rooms, refreshments, audio/visual equipment, as needed.
- Helps with special events and fundraising activities.
- Assists with reception and front desk duties.
- Promptly and politely answers all incoming calls and transfer to the proper person.
- Promptly responds to doorbell to receive and direct visitors.
- Process incoming and outgoing mail and deliveries.
- Record incoming checks, cash & credit card charges in the ledgers and forward them to the Finance Department.
- Logs and maintains maintenance requests.
- Maintains confidentiality and respect of clients.
- Maintains timely attendance.
- Other duties as assigned.
- High school diploma or equivalent, with supplemental related college coursework preferred.
- Three years of progressively responsible office assistance, record keeping, and secretarial work required.
- An equivalent combination of training and experience which demonstrates the knowledge skills and ability to perform the duties will be considered.
- Strong verbal and written skills, exhibit proficiency in English grammar, letter composition, typing (60 wpm), math and filing skills.
- Proficiency in of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint.
- Working knowledge of Raiser’s Edge or similar donor database software preferred.
- Experience with Adobe Illustrator, PhotoShop, social media marketing applications preferred.
- Pleasant phone manner, able to response quickly with courtesy to callers, customer service skills, superior organizational skills.
- Ability to walk, stand, climb stairs, kneel, bend, reach, and manipulate objects; move materials up to 10 pounds on a regular basis; infrequently require moving materials weighing up to 40 pounds.
- Flexible to work some nights and week-ends during special events.
- Must be sensitive to the culturally diverse population CFC serves.
- Valid Florida driver’s license with good driving record.
- Must successful complete a background screening and pre-employment drug screen.
2) Family Support Worker, Healthy Families (North Tampa)
Summary: The position will include screening and assessing for program eligibility and provide support and assistance to optimize the home environment for the physical, emotional and social well being of the parent/child family units assigned
Essential Job Functions:
- Establishes a trusting relationship with families assigned to caseload by initiating and maintaining regular client contact and strives to engage assigned families into the Program.
- Completes home visits in the frequency as required.
- Encourages compliance with, monitors and documents child immunization schedules.
- Links participating family members to a medical provider whenever necessary and appropriate.
- Identifies and assists families in accessing needed resources and social services.
- Works with assigned families to develop, monitor and implement a Family Support Plan (FSP).
- Administers developmental assessment tools at established intervals, and other established assessments in a timely manner.
- Promotes and models effective parent-child interaction through teachings and activities that enhance and strengthen bonding and parenting skills. Provides in-home parent education to families. Implements and promotes activities as per curricula.
- Record-keeping. Establishes an individual record for each family and maintains accurate documentation. Understands and complies with confidentiality guidelines.
- Meets with Supervisor weekly.
- Manages time and resources effectively. Travels as required for hospital visits, home visits, educational programs or meetings; mileage is correctly documented, compiled and submitted monthly for reimbursement.
- Attends training conferences/workshops, in-house trainings, staff meetings, and other staff development activities, as required and in a timely manner.
- Collects data required for reports. Completes reports as required.
- Complies with job preparedness requirements.
- Performs other related duties as assigned.
- Minimum: a H.S. diploma or GED
- 2-3 years experience working with children and families
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Must be sensitive to the culturally diverse population Champions for Children serves.
- Must have a reliable car, valid driver’s license and proof of active automobile insurance.
- Must successfully complete a level 2 criminal background checks and drug test.
Please email your resume with a letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org (no phone calls, please)
Application process: All resumes will be reviewed for a match of skill, knowledge and abilities. Meeting the required qualifications does not guarantee an interview. Only those individuals selected for an interview will be contacted by Human Resources or the hiring department; applicants will complete the employment application prior to the interview. Applicants who are interviewed and not selected will be notified by Human Resources or the hiring department when the position has been filled.