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Job Posting/ NJ Regional Coordinator

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

Experienced Regional Coordinator needed to market, develop, implement and administer  after school Supplemental Education Services (SES) programs in New Jersey.  Learner First is expanding its 21st century tutoring programs and is seeking organized, detail oriented, student centered/customer service driven individuals to join our team.   Experience working with SES programs is required.

Regional Coordinator will be responsible for overseeing, training and monitoring  in school program staff and, with the assistance of a site coordinator at each location, manage daily program operations, instruction, and completion of mandated paperwork.  Must be proficient with computers and willing to help troubleshoot technical problems with computer lab.

This position involves handling student records and communicating with Principal and parents; candidates will need to maintain confidentiality of records and keep them organized, secure, and up to date.  Before work can begin, candidate will have to pass a fingerprint clearance and background check with the NJ Department of Education.   The hours of this job will be from approximately 10:30am to 6:30pm M-Th plus 9-5pm on Fridays for contacting parents and completing paperwork.

This position will start at the beginning of September and run through June.   Successful candidates will be courteous, neat, professional and able to supervise teachers and teaching assistants.  To apply,
Open application in Word (, fill in, save, and email application along with your current resume and cover letter

Position Available with NJSACC / Child Nutrition Outreach Coordinator VISTA

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

Child Nutrition Outreach Coordinator VISTA

NJSACC, the Network for NJ’s Afterschool Communities, in partnership with the Afterschool Alliance, seeks an AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer to raise awareness of and increase participation in the child nutrition programs available for afterschool suppers and summer meal programs here in New Jersey.

The newly enacted Child Nutrition Act expands access to suppers for low-income students in afterschool programs. However, only a fraction of eligible programs take advantage of this funding and many do not even know that it exists.  Students also need access to food and learning opportunities when schools close for the summer.  Summer enrichment programs are also a platform for providing a good breakfast and lunch, healthy living activities and access to community resources for engaged learning opportunities when school is not in session.

Assignment Description:

A.     Know the program details, requirements and regulations of the afterschool and summer meals programs. Meet the agency leaders connected to this work.
B.     Identify afterschool programs in the state that are eligible for funding.
C.     Map where the afterschool snacks and meals programs are. Identify critical gaps of service in the state and develop a plan to increase knowledge among possible partners and intermediaries. A “critical gap” is a high-need community with less than the state’s average participation of sites to serve the eligible children in that community.
D.     Identify schools or program sites not participating in afterschool or summer food programs and barriers that may prohibit offering the nutrition services.
E.     Conduct outreach to school districts with the largest numbers of programs eligible but not participating to determine operational issues at the district level that may exist.
F.      Target the communities interested in changing their current status of non-participation.
G.    In the targeted communities Work with programs, state officials, school district officials and community children’s advocates to remove operations barriers or policy obstacles.
H.     In the targeted communities, work with food advocates to engage non-school partners that could be meal program intermediaries.
I.        Identify summer enrichment programs and summer meal programs in a community in order to develop collaborations. Establish a list serve to inform these enrichment providers and meal providers
J.      Review progress with the local project review committee and describe how low-income community members have been involved in project decision-making.

About AmeriCorps VISTA
AmeriCorps VISTA is the national service program designed to specifically fight poverty. Founded as Volunteers in Service to America in 1965 and incorporated into the AmeriCorps network of programs in 1993, VISTA has been on the front lines in the fight against poverty in America for more than 40 years. VISTA Members commit to serve full-time for a year at a community based organization or institution working to fight poverty.

AmeriCorps*VISTA Benefits

  • Choice of $5,550 Segal AmeriCorps Education Award or a $1,500 End of Service Stipend
  • Modest living allowance
  • Health Care Benefits
  • Child Care Assistance, if eligible
  • Personal/Medical Leave
  • Relocation allowance
  • Life Insurance
  • Liability Insurance
  • Training
  • Post-service federal employment incentives and opportunities.

Position Qualifications

  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Must be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident of the U.S.
  • A Bachelor’s Degree is preferred, however some college combined with work experience may substitute for a degree.
  • Significant experience with community service and/or non-profit organization work
  • Must be available to serve full-time for one year
  • Ability to research, analyze, and synthesize information
  • Strong decision making and problem solving abilities.
  • Organized, self-starter who is able to take personal responsibility and initiative
  • Excellent attention to detail and follow-through skills
  • Ability to effectively manage multiple tasks and projects at the same time
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively with diverse groups of individuals
  • Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills
  • Computer proficiency with emphasis on MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Internet Use
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and use of a car

Applications will be accepted until June 29, 2011.  Pre-service orientation begins August 22, 2011.  We anticipate a start date of August 29, 2011.

If you are interested or have any questions, please feel free to contact Lee McDermott Schaefer or Elizabeth Weisholtz at or at 908-789-0259, or email your cover letter and resume to

All AmeriCorps*VISTA applicants must also complete an AmeriCorps application, which includes an online form to be filled out by 2 references.


Job Posting

Monday, June 13th, 2011

Program Assistant – Part Time:

The NJ Arts Education Partnership, the resource and public information entity for arts education in the state is seeking a part time Program Assistant to oversee administrative activities from:

  • meeting management and recording
  • website maintenance
  • events and public relations                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Candidate must have strong communication skills, be well-organized, technologically adept, detail oriented and possess the willingness to work on a variety of projects.Send resumes to:

Job Posting/ Bridgewater, NJ

Monday, May 23rd, 2011

Catholic Charities Diocese of Metuchen- Child Care Services

Position Title: Assistant Program Director
Program and Location: Child Care, Bridgewater, NJ 

  • Responsible for implementing framework of school age programs to include developmentally appropriate activities, staff development and guidance and adherence to administrative procedures and licensing standards for Child Care Programs
  • Hands on supervision of programs and staff through modeling and consistent monitoring to maintain program improvement
  • Attend required trainings, meetings as requested, open communication with parents and members of school districts

  • BA/BS
  • Experience working with school age children; administrative and management experience required
  • Driver’s license for varied travel
  • Must be reliable, hard working, organized, and flexible
  • CDL license a plus



Krista Glynn

Assistant Division Director

Child Care Services Division

700 Sayre Avenue

Phillipsburg, NJ 08865

Main Office Tel: (908) 454-2074

Direct Line: (908) 329-2028

Fax: (908) 454-8151

Job Posting: Atlantic City, Pleasantville & Egg Harbor City.

Saturday, March 12th, 2011

Position Available – Scoutreach Executive

Entry level position for a career in professional Scouting. The role of a professional includes:

  • Working with volunteers to support Scouting programs
  • Grow youth and volunteer leader involvement in assigned area
  • Raise funds to support operations

Position currently focuses on serving the communities of Atlantic City, Pleasantville & Egg Harbor City.

Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Direct program service
  • Management & recruitment of part time program specialists
  • Comfortable with public speaking and public relations

Qualifications for the position include:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
  • Reliable transportation for you and meeting materials
  • Ability to work long hours, including some weekends and nights

Benefits include a starting salary in the high $30k range plus benefits and paid vacation.
Contact Assistant Scout Executive Todd Lamison for additional information.