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Employment Opportunities

Looking for Skilled and Motivated Individuals

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati has been helping our neighbors in need for more than 150 years. We work with those in need, regardless of race or creed, to bridge the gaps in their lives. We provide home visits by neighborhood-based volunteer groups, groundbreaking initiatives like our Charitable Pharmacy and Homelessness Prevention Program. We also have a network of 11 food pantries, seven thrift stores across Hamilton County and offer numerous other programs and partnerships.

St. Vincent de Paul is always looking for highly skilled and motivated individuals to help us perform our mission. Currently, we have the following job openings:

Resource Analyst

(Full-Time, Exempt)

Reports To: Director of Conferences and Special Projects

Scope of Position:

This integral staff position oversees all aspects of leveraging data throughout our organization to serve our neighbors more effectively and efficiently, on both a macro and micro level. This includes targeting, collecting, archiving, reporting, and analyzing data to address the needs of both internal and external stakeholders. This position is designated full-time, salaried & exempt.

Job Responsibilities:

· Model our mission, values, and paramount commitment to responsible stewardship

· Help inform organization-wide decisions through data analysis

· Champion successful case management system (CMS) data platform implementation throughout centralized hub functions and decentralized (Conferences comprised of volunteers, known as Vincentians) network

· Collaborate with teammates throughout our organization to understand internal data needs and external reporting requirements

· Develop and implement an organization-wide (Society, Stores and Pharmacy) data plan and processes which inform the breadth of our operations and integrate the various database platforms we utilize

· Lead the achievement of the data-centric initiatives in our Upward Together FY2019-23 Operating Plan

· Convene & facilitate an organization-wide, cross-functional committee to advance data-centric initiatives

· Implement quality control procedures to ensure the integrity, accuracy, and consistency of the data we generate and communicate

· Train fellow staff and volunteers to use selected data platforms and tools consistently, including providing continuous reinforcement to sustain organizational knowledge through member additions and attrition

· Provide timely, responsive technical support to database users

· Interact with external data platform vendors as our data point person to achieve cost efficiency and to advocate for software enhancements to respond to our evolving needs

· Engage in identification and evaluation of software solutions

· Provide guidance on hardware and connectivity specifications to match software requirements

· Assist the Director of Finance in resource allocation management, including procurement

· Other tasks and duties as delegated

Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree, preferably with a concentration in data and analytics, is required; graduate studies are a plus. Technological proficiency (Microsoft Office, including Excel) and at least three years of relevant experience are required. Experience with data reporting is required; experience with Tableau for visual analytics is a plus. Ability to communicate the benefits of the process and outputs of a data system across a decentralized organization is required. Experience with successful organization-wide data project implementation is strongly preferred. Strong organizational, interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills are required. Analytical and problem-solving skills, as well as attention to detail, are required. A tangible commitment to serving our neighbors (clients) and internal constituents is required. Ability to connect with fellow staff and volunteers with a wide range of technological capabilities and competence is required. Ability to work with people of diverse backgrounds in a faith-based setting is required.

Work Environment: Many responsibilities will be performed in our modern Neyer Outreach Center office environment – adequately lighted, heated, and ventilated. Some activities will involve interaction beyond our facilities.

Physical Requirements: Ability to operate a computer keyboard; ability to sit and/or stand for extended periods of time; ability to lift and carry up to 35 lbs; ability to speak, hear and engage in effective interaction, both in person and over the telephone; and ability to commute to/from and participate in off-site meetings and events.

Qualified candidates are encouraged to forward cover letter, resume, and compensation expectations to troberts@svdpcincinnati.org. Thank you.

 

VVC Program Manager       

(Full-Time, Exempt)

Reports To: Director of Services

Scope of Position:

The VVC Program Manager is responsible for advancing St. Vincent de Paul’s mission through administration of the Vincentian Volunteers of Cincinnati (VVC) program, a program for young adults ages 21-30 who live in community, engage in formation related to the Vincentian tradition, and dedicate a year (August through July) of service to neighbors in need at St. Vincent de Paul-Cincinnati.    The manager collaborates effectively with internal and external partners and stakeholders, to include staff, alumni, and Vincentians

The VVC Program Manager is responsible for oversight of the program, including recruitment, administration, marketing, providing support and data collection for grants, communication and collaboration with VVC placement supervisors and professional mentors, and creation and presentation of formation content.   The Program Manager cultivates existing relationships and works to build new relationships in order to recruit VVCs and to create a circle of support for the VVC program. Work hours will vary seasonally and will include occasional night/weekend work.

Job Responsibilities:

  1. Develop and oversee strategic planning and outcomes measures for the VVC program
  2. Oversee the recruitment, interview, selection, and placement process for the VVC program, including:
    1. Attending college and other recruitment fair opportunities, within and outside of Ohio
    2. Developing content for marketing and promotion; sharing information online and through social media, Handshake, Service Year and other platforms
    3. Developing relationships with staff on college campuses in order to enhance recruitment
    4. Collaborating with SVDP staff to ensure appropriate work placements
  3. Provide support and resources for the VVC community, including:
    1. Facilitating or organizing ongoing reflection, including providing formation opportunities for VVC members in order to develop deeper knowledge of Vincentian spirituality
    2. Facilitating events, including orientation, year-end retreat, and other events as determined by the Program Manager and the Director of Services
    3. Provide thorough program and work placement orientation and support
    4. Connecting VVC members with needed community resources
    5. Planning and implementing Leadership Development workshops and securing a professional mentor for each VVC member
    6. Meeting regularly with VVC members for supervision and feedback
  4. In tandem with Director of Services, prepare and manage annual budget for the VVC program
  5. Assist External Relations with grant writing and reporting for the VVC program
  6. In cooperation with the Conferences Manager and the Director of Conferences and Special Projects, enhance collaboration with Conferences through intentional VVC placements in Conferences and engagement in Conference events
  7. Serve as liaison for MISEVI-USA, collaborating with network of other U.S.-based Vincentian service programs.
  8. Collaborate with Cincinnati-area AmeriCorps programs for purposes of sharing resources and mutual recruitment; oversee administrative duties related to the AmeriCorps education award
  9. Facilitate opportunities for VVC members to connect with Cincinnati-area Catholic Volunteer Network programs
  10. Develop and implement ongoing alumni engagement for VVC, including an annual alumni retreat
  11. Ensure the VVC program is in compliance with AmeriCorps and Catholic Volunteer Network rules and regulations
  12. Provide necessary oversight and operations support for the VVC house in collaboration with the Director of Operations
  13. Serve on the Service Learning Advisory Committee and other subcommittees related to Service Learning
  14. Collaborate with Director of Services, Director of Conferences and Special Projects, and the Ozanam Center Program Manager in order to integrate the VVC, Conferences and Ozanam Center programs most effectively
  15. Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree; three years of progressively responsible roles in service learning, human services, nonprofit leadership, volunteer coordination or related field of faith and social justice. Previous experience in a faith-based, residential service program preferred. Strong organizational, management and interpersonal skills; the ability to effectively relate to people of different cultural and economic backgrounds in person and in group settings; and a desire and proven ability to lead a dynamic and cooperative team.  A personal commitment to and identification with the spirituality and teachings of the Catholic Church and an openness to fostering the spirituality of St. Vincent de Paul is essential.

Work Environment: Office environment – adequately lighted, heated and ventilated. Hours vary – some evening and weekend hours required. This position requires ongoing stand-by status in case of emergencies.

 Physical Requirements:  Job duties will be performed both from a desk using standard office equipment and in the greater community, requiring the ability to walk long distances and stand on feet for long periods of time, and ability to work inside and outside in a variety of weather conditions for extended periods of time.  Travel by automobile is required frequently, including driving program participants in a 15-passenger program van. Must be able to travel to share the work of St. Vincent de Paul with diverse groups and organizations, including recruiting for the VVC program.

Qualified candidates are encouraged to forward cover letter, resume & compensation expectations to Sunnie Johnson-Lain at slain@svdpcincinnati.orgThank you.

Thrift Stores and Donation Centers workers

Cashiers, stock clerks, warehouse workers, sales and assistant managers are needed.

Apply in person at your neighborhood St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store or fill out the

Thrift Store Employment Application.

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