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DIRECTOR, SENIOR ENRICHMENT CENTER

General Position Overview:

Responsibilities include: managing day to day operations of the Senior Enrichment Center (OSEC), maintaining a member-friendly environment, providing appropriate programs and activities, supporting volunteers and complying with the City of LA Department of Aging Contract. Responsible for the programmatic, budgetary and maintenance of the Senior Enrichment Center. **Responsible for overseeing all COVID response programs that take place at the Senior Enrichment Center until further notice.

Main Responsibilities: 

  • Promote ONEgeneration’s organizational mission, services and program.
  • Supervise Program Coordinators, Housing Navigators, and support the Program Manager of Care Management.
  • Plan and organize programming at the Senior Enrichment Center (virtual & in-person, when allowed).
  • Train, direct, motivate, supervise and evaluate group leaders, mentors and instructors, staff, interns, and volunteers.
  • Evaluate and monitor staff performance and program services.
  • Oversee program implementation, activity selection and curriculum development.
  • Develop and maintain ongoing collaborative relationships with local community partners.
  • Build coalitions with key agencies, neighborhood counsels, service organization, selected employers, religious groups to promote OSEC’s visibility and increase support for its mission.
  • Meet budget income goals, pertaining to DOA program income and ancillary income at Senior Center.
  • Assist with grant writing and research on available funding opportunities focused around supporting Senior Enrichment Center operations.
  • Ensure all Senior Enrichment Center related grant deliverables are being met and reported in a timely manner.
  • Maintain NCOA/NISC National Accreditation/Re-apply for accreditation when current term ends.
  • Supervise program donations, collections and deposits.
  • Assist and conduct ongoing fundraising opportunities.
  • Oversee ONEgeneration’s Annual Senior Symposium.
  • Report Monthly statistical reports reflecting all activities, attendance and participation to LADOA.
  • Serve as Liaison between Department of Aging and local political representatives as it pertains to the Senior Center
  • Ensure the delivery of ongoing intergenerational programming at OSEC.
  • Assures that the Advisory Council functions effectively.
  • Responsible for monthly reports for all D.O.A. 3B units of service.
  • All other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

Master Degree required in Social Work or other related degree. At least 1 year supervisory experience. Experience writing and managing grants preferred. At least 1 year experience working with older adults. Knowledge of the aging process, leisure activities planning, facility management and social welfare policy related to geriatric population and the implementation of policies. Knowledge of community resources and initiative seeking and developing new resources and community partnerships. Strong management skills required. Must be able to deal with the public and staff through articulate verbal and written communication.

Our hiring process includes background checks including a criminal record check once a conditional offer of employment is made.  A criminal record will not constitute an automatic bar to employment.  Factors such as age and time of the offense, seriousness and nature of the violation, and rehabilitation will be taken into accountApplicants will have the opportunity to address any “negative” information found. (Minor traffic infractions and convictions for which the record has been sealed or expunged, any conviction for which probation has been successfully completed or otherwise discharged and the case has been judicially dismissed, referrals to and participation in any pretrial or post trial diversion programs, and marijuana-related offenses that occurred over two years ago will not be included in decision making).

Email:  seniorcenter@onegeneration.org

 

CARE COORDINATOR – (Bilingual – Spanish)

General Position Overview:

The Care Coordinator provides quality care management services to homebound, frail older adults.  

Main Responsibilities: 

  • Implement all aspects of care management activities, according to agency policy, including: in-home assessment; client records; information & referral; case monitoring; counseling, and individualized care plans.
  • Provide appropriate crisis intervention to both care management clients and the community at large.
  • Comply with all grant and regulatory guidelines.
  • Actively link and refer clients to appropriate community resources.
  • Actively participate as a member of the Care Management Team/Senior Enrichment Center and advocate on behalf of the care management clients.
  • Assist with ONEgeneration COVID Response programs.

All other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

BA/BS degree in Social Work, Sociology, Gerontology, Public Health, Psychology or other related degree.  Experience working with the frail elderly.  Knowledge of community resources and initiative to seek out additional resources.  Skill in verbal and written communication. Bilingual English/Spanish is required for this position.

Working conditions:

Working conditions are normal for an office environment.  Must have a working vehicle and driver’s license. This position is not a remote position and will be expected to work on-site.

Email:  seniorcenter@onegeneration.org

PRESCHOOL TEACHER

  • Strong knowledge of child development theory.
  • Experience with current developmentally appropriate early childhood practices.
  • Experience in emergent curriculum both in practice and implementation
  • Experience in planning and facilitating developmentally appropriate practices for children aged 1-2.
  • Experience in documenting children’s developmental growth with developmental portfolio which includes assessments, observations and reports.
  • Understanding of Title 22 regulations and NAEYC Criteria.
  • Skilled at creating a nurturing, stimulating, environment for children, staff and parents.
  • Ability to communicate clearly and professionally in English, both written and orally.
  • Associate’s degree in early childhood education or related field and a minimum two years’ experience teaching early childhood age. 3 infant/ toddler units preferred.
  • Obtain clear DOJ, FBI, and Homeland Security back ground clearances. CPR (Infant and Child), Health Safety, and First Aid certified.
  • Benefits include: medical, dental, vision, paid vacation and holidays, discounted child care, Compensation is based on education and experience. ONEgeneration Child Care is an equal opportunity employer for all qualified persons regardless of race, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation or disability.

Our hiring process includes background checks including a criminal record check once a conditional offer of employment is made.  A criminal record will not constitute an automatic bar to employment.  Factors such as age and time of the offense, seriousness and nature of the violation, and rehabilitation will be taken into account. Applicants will have the opportunity to address any “negative” information found. (Minor traffic infractions and convictions for which the record has been sealed or expunged, any conviction for which probation has been successfully completed or otherwise discharged and the case has been judicially dismissed, referrals to and participation in any pretrial or post trial diversion programs, and marijuana-related offenses that occurred over two years ago will not be included in decision making).

Email:  childcare@onegeneration.org

 

CHILDCARE & PRESCHOOL SUBSTITUTE

Now hiring a warm, talented, experienced Infant, Toddler, Two’s and Preschool on call substitute teachers at ONEgeneration child care.  As a substitute teacher with ONEgeneration Child Care, you’ll help children discover the joys of learning–and you’ll discover the joy of working with dedicated passionate teachers.

Requirements:

  • High School Diploma/GED required
  • Must have minimum 12 ECE units. Infant/Toddler units required for all Infant/Toddler positions
  • Preferred: – Related early childhood education/child development college course work – CDA – Working towards an Associate’s or Bachelor’s early childhood education/child development or related degree – 12 months of professional teaching experience preferred
  • Interested and qualified candidates should e-mail their resume to childcare@onegeneration.org

Our hiring process includes background checks including a criminal record check once a conditional offer of employment is made.  A criminal record will not constitute an automatic bar to employment.  Factors such as age and time of the offense, seriousness and nature of the violation, and rehabilitation will be taken into account. Applicants will have the opportunity to address any “negative” information found. (Minor traffic infractions and convictions for which the record has been sealed or expunged, any conviction for which probation has been successfully completed or otherwise discharged and the case has been judicially dismissed, referrals to and participation in any pretrial or post trial diversion programs, and marijuana-related offenses that occurred over two years ago will not be included in decision making).