Social Services Coordinator and Referral Specialist
Reports to Director of Programs
This position will be engaging with and facilitating the Social Services application enrollment process for clients while providing follow up services on an ongoing basis.
- Provide comprehensive client centered application assistance to individuals who are likely eligible for SNAP.
- Actively recruit referral partners and clients while providing intake and follow up services. Connect clients to the referral partners.
- Serve as primary local point of contact for referral organizations, including executing all necessary agreements, broker applicant contract, soliciting follow-up data, and renewing/suspending partners in line with statewide process. Meet all applicable requirements and deliverables per the State Plan.
- Maintain and update records and reports for all referrals through client tracking IT solution
- Collect data and information as required by the evaluation plan and processes. Assist client in gathering all required documentation, if necessary
- Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university is required. Equivalent experience may be substituted for education. Computer-literate with in-depth knowledge of relevant software such as MS Office, Internet, etc.
- Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills
- Ability to multi-task with attention to detail and accuracy while adhering to deadlines
- Able to work independently with little or no supervision
- Strong ethical character capable of exercising good judgment and discretion and handling confidential information,
- Ability to pass a background check administered by HHSC
- Reliable transportation and valid drivers’ license and insurance
- Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.
- Customer service oriented
Compensation-Salary is commensurate with education and experience.
The Southeast Texas Food Bank is an equal opportunity employer.
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IEA Board President, the Board of Directors, and Founder
- Bachelor’s degree in non-profit management, public administrations, social work, psychology, or related area; master’s degree preferred
- A minimum of two-years experience in administrative management, revenue development, and volunteer management in a non-profit or public service agency, and/or in an organization/division involved in human social services.
- Demonstrates strong skills in supervision, staff development, resource development and maintenance, volunteer management, program planning and implementation, budget development and implementation, public relations, and a vision to identify potential opportunities beneficial to the organization.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to conduct presentations and trainings. Candidate must be detail-oriented, highly organized, articulate, concise, and results-oriented.
- Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of juvenile justice issues/challenges; issues/challenges related to child abuse and neglect; and the dynamics of families in crisis, required.
- Licensed Professional Counselor or Licensed Social Worker, preferred.
- Criminal background check clearance required.
- Approval by Board President for any employment is required.
SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITY: The Executive Director is responsible for the overall management of IEA and all aspects of the organization’s operations.
Specific key responsibilities are as follows:
- RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT AND MAINTENANCE
- Responsible for the research and preparation of grant proposals.
- Develop and maintain a donor base of both monetary and non-monetary resources.
- Oversee the timely written acknowledgements of all donations, including in-kind gifts, received.
- Support the Board in fundraising events or activities.
- PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
- Hire and supervise administrative staff.
- Write and revise, as necessary, the job descriptions for staff (except Executive Director).
- Conduct yearly performance evaluations (oral and written) for staff.
- Provide the orientation, training, development and supervision of all IEA staff to include diversity and cultural competency to ensure inclusivity to client needs.
- Facilitate individual and group coaching of IEA’s goals and mission, working closely with direct reports to create a sense of empowerment.
- Oversee general case management ensuring confidentiality, adequate supervision, the safety of and best outcomes for each child.
- Provide individual case consultation for IEA youth in detention and on probation.
- Ensure the delivery of effective programming in the community-based programs and at MRJJC, to include working with the juveniles in detention.
- Monitor volunteer management plan to ensure recruitment, retention, tracking, recognition, and support of volunteer advocates.
- FISCAL MANAGEMENT
- Manage day-to-day fiscal operations.
- Submit monthly and quarterly financial reports to grantors (as required).
- Submit a monthly record of bills and expenditures to the appropriate designee to ensure timely reimbursement and accounting.
- Develop and maintain positive working relationships with individuals, groups, agencies, organizations, businesses and corporations.
- Review, approve and evaluate all marketing and social media initiatives, to include a quarterly newsletter.
- BOARD OF DIRECTORS LIASON
- Prepare and present the Executive Director’s report at Board meetings.
- Monitor Board Committee activities and attend committee meetings.
- Oversee implementation of Board directives, policies, and procedures.
- Ensure the development and presentation to the Board a strategic plan.
- Arrange for and participate with designated Board representatives in an annual ED performance evaluation.
- Meet monthly with Board President and Founder to keep them apprised of agency operations, changes, and concerns.
- Other duties as assigned.
SALARY: Dependent upon experience
APPLICATION DEADLINE: MARCH 24, 2023
Email cover letter and resumé to: firstname.lastname@example.org with “Executive Director Position” listed as subject.
Mail cover letter and resumé to:
IEA – Inspire, Encourage, Achieve
Attn: Search Committee Chair
20 N. 11th Street, Suite A
Beaumont, TX 77702
**No telephone inquiries will be accepted. Only qualified individuals may be contacted for an interview.
A full-time position responsible for assisting the Chief Administrative Officer, President and CEO, and other parties engaged in resource development for the Southeast Texas Food Bank and also supporting fund raising activities conducted by the Food Bank. The position reports directly to the Chief Administrative Officer.
The ideal candidate would have two or more years of work experience in a non-profit fundraising environment and a Bachelor’s degree in Business, Communications, Social Work, Nonprofit Management or a related field. More extensive work experience in related fields may be considered an adequate equivalent of the desired academic degree.
- Exhibit excellent oral and written communication skills, including experience in writing grants and/or fundraising proposals and engaging in professional network relationship building.
- Have experience in using Blackbaud Technology Products or a similar donor management database, as well as a variety of Microsoft Office software platforms.
- Display exceptional time and project management skills and be capable of managing multiple parallel deadlines.
- Be capable of enlisting appropriate support from donors, funders, and community stakeholders.
- Work well alone or in a team setting and have the flexibility to work early morning, late evening or weekend hours, as necessary.
- Writing grant requests and fundraising proposals, as necessary.
- Align grant activities with the Strategic Plan and Development Department goals
- Collect, verify and interpret relevant data and statistics.
- Steward relationships with grantors, writing thank-you letters and other correspondence.
- Monitor grant-funded programs and projects and submit timely reports on use of funding.
- Maintain a grant-tracking and report-management system.
- Assisting with the scheduling of meetings with prospective funders and donors.
- Develop and manage major special events.
- During times of disaster, joining other Food Bank staff in engaging in emergency food distribution and/or other support activities at the discretion of the President/CEO, once reasonable accommodations have been made for employee safety.
- Other duties as assigned by the Chief Administrative Officer and President and CEO
Salary is dependent on experience.
**The Southeast Texas Food Bank is an equal opportunity employer.
Please submit resumes to email@example.com
The Beaumont Botanical Gardens (BBG) is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit botanic garden. The BBG is
Beaumont’s Museum of living trees and plants set in 23 acres of gardens and natural woodlands.
The BBG operates the Warren Loose Conservatory along with the Garden Center Building, a
beautiful facility that is utilized for receptions, reunions, meeting, and educational events.
The Executive Director is accountable to the Board of Directors, the governing body of the
Beaumont Botanical Gardens.
Serves as the chief executive of Beaumont Botanical Gardens; manages the day-to-day
operations; responsible for oversight of major fund raising; responsible for implementation of all
policies approved by the board of directors; supervises the hiring, termination, and evaluation of
approximately 2 full time staff; oversees volunteers; administers the annual operating budget,
represents the BBG to the community.
The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and
responsibilities performed by incumbents of this job. Incumbents may be required to perform
additional job-related duties other than those specifically presented in this description.
• Directs the Beaumont Botanical Gardens administration, operations, marketing, events
management, facilities maintenance, safety, and security functions.
• Assumes management responsibility for assigned services and activities, including
educational programs and special events.
• Is the chief spokesperson for BBG and represents the organization and its mission to the
public, to city government, and other key constituencies including the media,
neighborhood associations, civic clubs, and affiliate non- profit organizations.
• Provides leadership to ensure that BBG has the necessary resources to successfully fulfill
its mission through general and allocated fundraising, communicating with the public to
increase awareness, growing membership, building relationships, and producing
fundraising events and programs.
• Works closely with the BBG Board in the development and implementation of goals,
budgets, objectives, policies and priorities for operations, events, and programs.
• Holds primary responsibility for the development and implementation of the strategic
• Recommends, implements, and administers policies and procedures.
• Ensures development and delivery of educational, public, and outreach programs.
• Bachelor’s degree or commensurate experience
• Strong leadership skills, personnel management, and team building
• Exceptional communication, interpersonal and presentation skills
• Fundraising & Grant Writing experience
• Working familiarity of accounting policies and procedures
• Well organized with ability to prioritize, oversee, and coordinate multiple activities
• Related experience in working with diverse populations and/or volunteers
• Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite
Full-time salaried position: weekend hours and a flexible schedule is required
Send your resume and cover letter by January 23, 2023 to:
Mail: Search Committee, 6088 Babe Zaharias Blvd, Beaumont, TX 77705
Vice President of Programs
Responsible for program development and expansion, program monitoring, evaluation and measurement, continuous quality improvement. Works in conjunction with the President/CEO to provide oversight of fiscal management of programs to include grant and contract development. Bachelor’s Degree required. Master’s Degree and/or licensure in the State of Texas (LPC or LCSW) or working toward licensure can be considered. Minimum of five years of social service experience in program areas. Bi-lingual in Spanish a plus. In-depth knowledge of Catholic Social Teachings and a commitment to faith dimension required. Proven ability to work with and gain the respect of a broad constituency, including leaders in parishes, industry and within the service territory. Demonstrated sensitivity to diverse cultures. Demonstrated knowledge and ability in planning, research and evaluation methodology, and quality improvement. Demonstrated strong written and verbal communication skills, including public speaking. Ability to identify priorities and coordinate a variety of functions and tasks. Strong record as a leader, manager, and developer of people. Strongly committed and aligned with the mission, vision, and philosophy of Catholic Charities. Analytical thinker who demonstrates both flexibility and a solution focused approach to decision making. Big picture oriented while able to keep a handle on necessary details. Ability to motivate staff in a continuously moving work environment. Collaborator who works to build a strong relationship between agency programs. Possesses insight and creativity in building capacity between and within programs. Ability to identify and further develop individual strengths of employees.
Full-Time position with the following benefits:
- Medical & Dental Insurance
- Paid Time Off for Vacation & Sick Days
- Paid Holidays
- 401K Plan w/ Match
- Life Insurance / AD&D / LTD
Submit cover letter & resume to the attention of: VP of Programs Search
By Mail: Catholic Charities of Southeast Texas, 2780 Eastex Freeway, Beaumont, TX 77703
By Fax: 409-832-0145
By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for submission: Open Until Filled