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Starting at $15.00 per hour!!   Company Overview   Since 1930, Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana has helped Hoosiers become more economically self-sufficient through employment, education, job training, and health services. Today, we are one of the largest Goodwills in North America, providing services to thousands of individuals and families each year.    We change lives every day by empowering people to increase their independence and reach their potential. As employees, we thrive and work as a team living and breathing Goodwill’s values. When becoming an employee, you can expect to embrace the values of Innovation, The Value of the Individual, Learning, Employment, Self-Sufficiency, and Lasting Impact.    Job Summary The Store Team Leader assists the Store Leader, Assistant Store Leader, management team, and staff to execute store operational goals of the annual operating plan. The Team Leader makes judgments involving customers, team members, operational issues, business planning, priority setting, compliance with company policies, and all areas of the business.   Example Duties and Activities Staff Management and Development - 60% - Provides coaching and training to hourly employees on daily tasks. - Participates in the hourly associate recruitment process including pre-screening and interviewing candidates, as needed. - Seeks out opportunities for professional development for both self and other team members. Operations - 30% - Completes day-to-day tasks and suggests efficiency improvements. - Integrates, represents, and communicates Goodwill’s Mission, Vision and Values to internal and external customers at all times. Financial Management and Reporting - 10% - Acts as a good steward of resources available at the site including people, time, and money. - Tracks and measures day-to-day sales, production goals, and donations.
Job ID
2022-8787
Location
US-IN-West Lafayette
Address
200 Sagamore Pkwy W.
Starting at $11 per hour!!!   The Shopgoodwill Product Specialist demonstrates behaviors consistent with our Mission, Vision and Values, on behalf of Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana. The specific responsibilities of this role are to identify, select, and ship high value items to our eCommerce facility to support the growth of Goodwill’s online sales.   Hours Of Operation 8:00am to 10:00pm Monday thru Saturday 10:00am to 8:00pm Sunday   Responsibilities - Searching incoming donations for high value merchandise. - Processing and organizing products for eCommerce and in store showcases. - Completing all required training to help their site achieve their online sales goals. - Maximizing online posting percentage while maintaining a high average ticket. - Maintaining clean and orderly work area. The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. There may be temperature variations based on the current outdoor climate. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform their designated role satisfactorily.   Physical Demands The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.   While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel and reach with hands and arms. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.   Work Environment The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
Job ID
2022-8786
Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Address
6110 N Keystone
Starting at up to $13.00 per hour!!   If you are interested in working for us, we want to meet you! Walk-in interviews are welcome! Please ask for the manager on duty when you arrive and notify them that you would like to interview for an open position. If you have any questions, please call 317 768 9058 and ask for the manager on duty to help assist yo   The Shopgoodwill Product Specialist demonstrates behaviors consistent with our Mission, Vision and Values, on behalf of Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana. The specific responsibilities of this role are to identify, select, and ship high value items to our eCommerce facility to support the growth of Goodwill’s online sales.   Hours Of Operation 8:00am to 10:00pm Monday thru Saturday 10:00am to 8:00pm Sunday   Responsibilities - Searching incoming donations for high value merchandise. - Processing and organizing products for eCommerce and in store showcases. - Completing all required training to help their site achieve their online sales goals. - Maximizing online posting percentage while maintaining a high average ticket. - Maintaining clean and orderly work area. The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. There may be temperature variations based on the current outdoor climate. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform their designated role satisfactorily.   Physical Demands The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.   While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel and reach with hands and arms. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.   Work Environment The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
Job ID
2022-8785
Location
US-IN-Whitestown
Address
6065 S. Main St.
Nurse-Family Partnership is a research-based program that has been demonstrated to significantly improve critical outcomes for at-risk women and their children who receive services in local communities.  Beginning with nurse home visits that occur during pregnancy and continue until the child is age two, Nurse Home Visitors provide coaching and support to first-time expectant mothers.  The Nurse Home Visitor is responsible for maintaining the highest standards in clinical nursing practice and adherence to the NFP model, and to policies, procedures, guidelines and standards of NFP and of the lead agency. The Nurse Home Visitor reports to the NFP Nurse Supervisor.      Job Summary Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP), a maternal and early childhood home visiting program, fosters long-term success for first-time moms, their babies, and society.  Nurse-Family Partnership's maternal health program introduces vulnerable first-time parents to registered nurses.  This program allows nurses to deliver the support first-time moms need to have a healthy pregnancy, become knowledgeable and informed parents, and provide their babies with the best possible start in life.  Nurse-Family Partnership has demonstrated statistically that this research-based program significantly improves critical outcomes for at-risk women and their children who receive services in local communities.  More information can be found at: www.nursefamilypartnership.org.   Beginning with nurse home visits that occur during pregnancy and continue until the child is age two, Nurse Home Visitors provide coaching and care to first-time expectant mothers.  The nurse develops therapeutic relationships and utilizes concepts of reflection and motivational interviewing with women and their families in a home visiting environment modeling client-centered, strengths-based, and solution-focused approaches.  The Nurse Home Visitor maintains the highest standards in clinical nursing practice and adherence to the NFP model, as well as to policies, procedures, guidelines, and standards of NFP and of the lead agency, Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana.  The Nurse Home Visitor will be on a team that includes other Nurse Home Visitors and a Nurse Supervisor.   Example Duties and Activities Clinical - Plans and performs home visits to women and their families in accordance with the NFP model and guidelines. Carries a caseload of 25 or more clients.  - Assesses physical, emotional, social, and environmental needs of women and their families as they relate to the NFP domains.  - Assists women and their families in establishing goals and attaining outcomes by providing education, support, and referral resources.  - Coordinates access to community resources provided by NFP Guides, Goodwill staff, and partners with other outside professionals involved in providing services to women and families.  - Formulates nursing diagnosis based on nursing assessment and client goals and evaluates client progress toward stated goals and NFP outcomes. Professional Learning and Team Development - Engages in professional development to meet all NFP Nurse Home Visitor competency requirements and completes all required NFP education. - Utilizes reflective practice in weekly supervisory meetings with NFP Nurse Supervisor. - Schedules joint home visits with NFP Nurse Supervisor three times a year.    - Engages in weekly alternating case conferences and staff meetings.  - Accurately assesses own learning needs and develops strategies to meet them. Utilizes computers for distance learning. Establishes and records progress toward annual goals. - Stays informed of current health care developments to provide safe, quality nurse home visiting services.      Documentation, Reporting, and Quality Improvement - Ensures appropriate documentation, protecting private information, and timely/accurate data input to the NFP information management system (MIS) and utilizes web-based reports and other reports available through NFP. - Participates in review and evaluation of the MIS reports identifying achievements and areas for improvement. Engages in quality improvement efforts.  Community Relations - Participates in community coalition on behalf of NFP and promotes public awareness of NFP.  - Develops and maintains community relationships to result in client referrals and resources.  - Represents the NFP model and Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana’s vision, mission and values to both internal and external customers and colleagues.    Required Competencies - Degree and Credential Requirements - Bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN) and current Indiana Registered Nurse (RN) in good standing or the ability to obtain prior to start date. - Client Engagement - Takes a strengths-based, client-centered approach to developing relationships at all levels while establishing appropriate boundaries. Adept at delivering feedback that is constructive and unbiased.  Creates and maintains a safe environment for open discussions. - Self-Reflection - Evaluates one’s own attitudes and actions to recognize successes and areas for self-improvement. Seeks and replies appropriately to feedback.  Elicits and considers differing viewpoints when reviewing issues.  - Building Collaborative Relationships - Develops, maintains, and strengthens partnerships at all levels with others inside or outside the organization who can provide information, assistance, and support. Is able to receive as well as provide feedback to improve performance or processes. - Diversity Awareness - Works effectively delivering care and assistance which is mindful of different cultural/language traditions, showing respect and validation for diverse communities/organizations, low-income families, and models consistency with policies regarding human rights, equality, equity, and diversity. - Technical Knowledge– Has working knowledge of G Suite and MS Office and is open to acquiring new computer skills. - Communication Skills - Articulates thoughts and expresses ideas effectively using oral, written, visual and non-verbal communication skills, as well as listening skills to comprehend others' needs. Delivers information in person, in writing, and in a digital world. - Adaptability - Adjusts priorities quickly in response to frequently changing circumstances while maintaining a positive attitude. Continually assesses tasks and acknowledges those requiring extra attention. Foresees and seeks to avoid crisis management. - Teamwork - Works well with others and makes valued contributions in a team setting in order to achieve the required goals and outcomes. Contributes to creating a positive work environment that promotes productivity, mentoring, teamwork, and partnership.  - Critical Thinking - Uses nursing judgment and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions, or approaches to problems.   Preferred Competencies - Industry Expertise - Has nursing experience or other healthcare experience in maternal/child health, public/community health, home visiting, and/or mental/behavioral nursing. - Bi-lingual Fluency - Is able to communicate fluently in both English and Spanish.   Other Requirements - Has no conflicts working a flexible schedule including some evenings and weekends. - Must have a valid driver’s license, up-to-date auto insurance, and a good driving record. - Is able to travel to Denver, CO for all in-person education sessions. - Obtains and maintains current CPR certification. Benefits: Full-time employees may participate in a comprehensive benefits program that includes: - Continuing education and leadership development as well as tuition reimbursement - Comprehensive health plan - Paid time off (PTO) and paid holidays - Life, dental and vision insurance - Nationally recognized preventive health and wellness program - Section 125 pretax health spending account, dependent care spending account, and premiums - Eligible for the Public Student Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program Mission and Values:click here   Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana is an EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled Mission1
Job ID
2022-8784
Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Address
1635 W. Michigan St.
Job Summary The Excel Center Director provides a hands-on approach in directing, planning, managing, and coordinating the educational goals and vision of the school. The Director meets desired outcomes in the areas of operations, curriculum, personnel management, and development, in accordance with the principles of The Excel Center. Accountability is measured both internally and externally by state and local standards. The Director supervises and manages faculty and staff, creates and maintains a safe and secure educational environment for staff/students, and manages the fiscal activities of the school. The position works with the leadership of Goodwill Education Initiatives (GEI) in establishing school goals. The Director is heavily involved with strategic planning within a fast-paced, high-change environment.   Example Duties and Activities Accountability Performance - Works directly with the Regional Director to develop and implement school-wide goals around graduation outcomes, enrollment needs, student achievement, retention, etc. - Develops graduation and school accountability goals for school success. Strategizes and makes adjustments to ensure goals are met. - Establishes internal and external partnerships to enhance student achievement and post-secondary outcomes. - Ensures a high rate of graduates receiving dual credits and/or approved certifications. - Reviews graduate data to make adjustments to the college and career programming of the school. - Tracks school and student data to drive goals for improvement. Develops interventions and professional development in support of improvement goals. - Sets and maintains a high-performance culture for staff and students. Budgeting and Compliance - Monitors monthly budgets to drive conclusions about students, staffing, and the building. Forecasts future needs and expenses to manage monthly and yearly budgets. - Ensures all state and central office reporting requirements are completed in a timely manner. - Follows central office procedures and requirements for various school functions. - Maintains compliance with all legal, regulatory, and authorizer obligations of a school leader and special populations to ensure all students are being served. Student Recruitment, Enrollment, and Retention - Proactively manages student recruitment/outreach opportunities to meet enrollment goals. - Manages the student orientation process to maximize the number of enrolling students. - Strategizes and makes adjustments to ensure retention of students every term. Staffing, Evaluation, and Development - Builds an effective Excel Center team by promoting job opportunities, establishing a prospect network, interviewing applicants, and selecting qualified candidates for position openings. - Utilizes staff evaluation and staff input to identify strengths and areas of improvement. - Implements professional development, training, goal setting, and succession plans for all staff throughout the school year. Required Competencies - Degree and Credential Requirements - Bachelor’s degree in psychology, human relations, social work, rehabilitation counseling, education, or related fields. - Industry Standards - Displays a working knowledge of the Indiana Academic Standards, Common Core State Standards, and 21st Century Skills and knowledge of disciplinary literacy. - Proven Leadership - Leads, develops, and gets results for a team, department, and organization through qualities of integrity, accountability, empathy, humility, resilience, vision, influence, and positivity, ideally in a school leadership role managing professionals. - Communication Skills - Articulates thoughts and expresses ideas effectively using oral, written, visual, and non-verbal communication skills, as well as listening skills to comprehend others' needs. Delivers information in person, in writing, and in a digital world. - Organizational Aptitude - Plans and attends to details and pursues quality in accomplishing multiple tasks in an organized and timely fashion. Exhibits careful attention to detail and follow-through. - Technical Knowledge – Has working knowledge of G Suite and MS Office, as well as student information systems. - Informed Decision-Making - Identifies and comprehends issues, problems, and opportunities; compares data from different sources to draw conclusions; uses effective approaches for choosing a course of action or developing appropriate solutions; takes action that is consistent with available facts, constraints, and probable consequences. - Information Monitoring/Reporting/Design - Creates, collects, reviews, and maintains information to manage or improve the achievement of learning goals. - Adaptability - Maintains effectiveness when experiencing shifts in priorities; adjusts effectively while maintaining a positive learning environment. Other Requirements - Background Screening - All candidates must pass a pre-employment background check. Benefits: Full-time employees may participate in a comprehensive benefits program that includes: - Continuing education and leadership development as well as tuition reimbursement - Comprehensive health plan - Paid time off (PTO) and paid holidays - Life, dental and vision insurance - Short- and long-term disability plans - Nationally recognized preventive health and wellness program - Section 125 pretax health spending account, dependent care spending account, and premiums - Retirement plan with generous match or contribution into Teachers’ Retirement Fund for eligible employees Goodwill Education Initiatives Goodwill strongly believes it is essential to raise education attainment levels in Indiana. Not only are the lifetime earnings of high school graduates significantly higher than those of dropouts, children of high school graduates are 50% less likely to drop out of high school than the children of dropouts are. Goodwill provides opportunities for adults (The Excel Center) and youth (Indianapolis Metropolitan High School).   The Excel Center Model The Excel Center® is operated by Goodwill Education Initiatives, Inc., a not-for-profit organization formed by Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana. Recognizing that nearly a half million working-age Hoosiers lack a high school diploma, Goodwill opened The Excel Center for adults in 2010. The Excel Center is a tuition-free public high school for adults offering an Indiana Core 40 high school diploma.   Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana is an EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled ExcelCenter1
Job ID
2022-8783
Location
US-IN-Bloomington
Address
2088 S Liberty Drive
Starting at $15.00 per hour!!   Company Overview   Since 1930, Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana has helped Hoosiers become more economically self-sufficient through employment, education, job training, and health services. Today, we are one of the largest Goodwills in North America, providing services to thousands of individuals and families each year.    We change lives every day by empowering people to increase their independence and reach their potential. As employees, we thrive and work as a team living and breathing Goodwill’s values. When becoming an employee, you can expect to embrace the values of Innovation, The Value of the Individual, Learning, Employment, Self-Sufficiency, and Lasting Impact.    Job Summary The Store Team Leader assists the Store Leader, Assistant Store Leader, management team, and staff to execute store operational goals of the annual operating plan. The Team Leader makes judgments involving customers, team members, operational issues, business planning, priority setting, compliance with company policies, and all areas of the business.   Example Duties and Activities Staff Management and Development - 60% - Provides coaching and training to hourly employees on daily tasks. - Participates in the hourly associate recruitment process including pre-screening and interviewing candidates, as needed. - Seeks out opportunities for professional development for both self and other team members. Operations - 30% - Completes day-to-day tasks and suggests efficiency improvements. - Integrates, represents, and communicates Goodwill’s Mission, Vision and Values to internal and external customers at all times. Financial Management and Reporting - 10% - Acts as a good steward of resources available at the site including people, time, and money. - Tracks and measures day-to-day sales, production goals, and donations.
Job ID
2022-8782
Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Address
6110 N Keystone
Starting at $15.00 per hour!!   Company Overview   Since 1930, Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana has helped Hoosiers become more economically self-sufficient through employment, education, job training, and health services. Today, we are one of the largest Goodwills in North America, providing services to thousands of individuals and families each year.    We change lives every day by empowering people to increase their independence and reach their potential. As employees, we thrive and work as a team living and breathing Goodwill’s values. When becoming an employee, you can expect to embrace the values of Innovation, The Value of the Individual, Learning, Employment, Self-Sufficiency, and Lasting Impact.    Job Summary The Store Team Leader assists the Store Leader, Assistant Store Leader, management team, and staff to execute store operational goals of the annual operating plan. The Team Leader makes judgments involving customers, team members, operational issues, business planning, priority setting, compliance with company policies, and all areas of the business.   Example Duties and Activities Staff Management and Development - 60% - Provides coaching and training to hourly employees on daily tasks. - Participates in the hourly associate recruitment process including pre-screening and interviewing candidates, as needed. - Seeks out opportunities for professional development for both self and other team members. Operations - 30% - Completes day-to-day tasks and suggests efficiency improvements. - Integrates, represents, and communicates Goodwill’s Mission, Vision and Values to internal and external customers at all times. Financial Management and Reporting - 10% - Acts as a good steward of resources available at the site including people, time, and money. - Tracks and measures day-to-day sales, production goals, and donations.
Job ID
2022-8781
Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Address
5640 W. Washington St.
This is a great full time groundskeeping opportunity through Goodwill Commercial Services! The groundskeeper is responsible for keeping the outside areas of Building One looking up to standard. Formal landscaping experience highly preferred. Personal, reliable transportation highly preferred. Hours are Monday through Friday, 6a-230p. Must be flexible during the winter months for snow removal. You must be able to favorably pass a federal background check. This is an Ability One Program contract site. For more information about the Ability One Program, please visit here.   This job has great benefits including 11 paid federal holidays, sick time accrual, and two weeks vacation time after being with us for a year. Insurance benefits for full time employees (including health, dental, and vision) are of NO cost to the employee.   Company Overview   Since 1930, Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana has helped Hoosiers become more economically self-sufficient through employment, education, job training, and health services. Today, we are one of the largest Goodwills in North America, providing services to thousands of individuals and families each year.    We find that we are at our best when we work together, as One Goodwill, across the organization, delivering vital services and resources, and empowering Hoosiers to increase their independence and reach their full potential.  We will continue to change lives daily through the development and execution of initiatives that enrich the lives of those we serve through education, health, and employment.  Everything we accomplish will be through the lens of equity as we work towards equitable outcomes for those who are facing systemic barriers that lock them in the vicious generational cycle of poverty.   Job Summary This groundskeeping position at Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana (GCSI) is a result of the AbilityOne program in partnership with GCSI and the federal government to provide healthy operations and environments at local federal facilities. The AbilityOne program is one of the largest sources of employment in the United States for people who are blind or have significant disabilities. GCSI is one of about 500 non-profit organizations that provides employment opportunities in competitive, integrated environments at federal government locations.   The Groundskeeper maintains the grounds and property of the assigned federal government location.  Maintains high quality standards when mowing, trimming, and blowing the property while putting the safety of customers, teammates, and the public as a foremost priority while performing tasks.  Additionally, responsible for snow removal at the property.   Example Duties and Activities  - Mows, cuts, and waters lawns.  - Prunes shrubs and trees to shape and improve growth and/or removes damaged leaves, branches, or twigs. - Plants and cares for grass and flowers. - Trims and edges around walks, flower beds, and walls. - Removes weeds and applies pesticides and herbicides, as needed. - Rakes and disposes of leaves and other debris. - Cleans grounds and removes litter. - Cleans out drainage ditches and culverts. - Sharpens tools such as mower blades, weed cutters, edging tools, and shears. - Performs snow removal activities such as salting, shoveling, and snow blowing to clear sidewalks, driveways, and parking lots. May use snow removal equipment such as tractors and gators when available. - Communicates with Goodwill leadership and customers when appropriate and as needed. - Oversee/Escort subcontractor activities to ensure contract Scope of Work is being accomplished.    Required Competencies  - Degree and Credential Requirements - NONE! We value candidates who can demonstrate capability and articulate how prior experiences will help them contribute. We believe in continuous learning and professional development. - Industry Standards - Follows direction in order to adhere to the current industry standards of quality, productivity, and safety. - Communication Skills - Gives full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to recognize the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times.  Reads and comprehends basic written sentences and paragraphs in work-related documents. - General Labor Skills - Is able to carry out simple one- or two-step instructions and deal with standardized situations with only occasional or no variables.  - Safety Awareness - Recognizes the risks in activities, applies the right measures to control and manage those risks, and ensures all safety protocols are followed.  - Operate Landscaping Equipment – Has familiarity with the operation of a variety of landscaping equipment such as lawnmowers, hedge trimmers, and weed eaters.  - Mathematical Aptitude - Adds and subtracts two-digit numbers and multiplies and divides with 10s and 100s. Is able to compute ratios to properly mix chemicals such as oil and gas.   Other Requirements Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform essential job functions. - Must be willing to work all hours of the day to meet the requirements of the contract, especially during the snow season. - Hard to Very Hard Physical Work - Is able to spend time in excess of 8 hours standing, walking, stooping, kneeling, crawling, and crouching. Uses hands to finger, handle, or feel; reaches with hands and arms.  Can climb, balance, talk and hear.  Has the ability to move and lift 25-50 pounds. Can manage frequent exposure to loud noise and temperature variations, including wet and/or humid conditions.  Will be occasionally exposed to fumes, airborne particles, and toxic or caustic chemicals. - Visual Acuity - Has close, distance, peripheral, color vision abilities, and is able to adjust focus. - Governmental Contract Responsibilities - Goodwill’s Commercial Services division holds contracts for services at some federal government buildings. As a result, Covid vaccination, credit checks, and a Government Background Check may be required for employment.   Benefits: Full-time employees may participate in a comprehensive benefits program that includes: - Continuing education and leadership development - Comprehensive health plan - Vacation as well as sick time - Life, dental and vision insurance - Nationally recognized preventive health and wellness program - Section 125 pretax health spending account, dependent care spending account, and premiums   Mission and Values:click here Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana is an EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled CommercialServices1  
Job ID
2022-8780
Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Address
8899 E. 56th St.
Job Summary The Supervisor, New Beginnings Coaches manages and directs the case management activities of the New Beginnings Program (NBP) including coordination of barrier removal strategies, building resources for enhanced wrap-around service offerings, partnership agreement management, and assisting the Manager in meeting the graduation goals of the program.  The Supervisor not only oversees direct reports who are the NB Coaches and NB Follow Along Coaches, but carries a reduced caseload of NBP participants and fills in for staffing vacancies.  The Supervisor works with the leadership team to identify and facilitate activities for training hourly employees in the program in order to improve employability.     Example Duties and Activities Resource Development and Program Outcomes - Creates effective strategies for partnership development related to participant training opportunities and identification of resources for wrap-around service supports including direct mail marketing, social media, neighborhood canvassing, hosting/attending community events, etc.   - Builds, maintains, and manages partnership database including all pertinent documents, agreements, and MOAs. - Brainstorms and coordinates barrier removal strategies with staff. - Guides the interviewing and hiring activities, orientation, and on-the-job training for NBP participants. - Fills in for Coaches in times of vacancies and/or to model program goal attainment for training purposes.   Staffing, Evaluation, and Development - Creates staffing strategy and approaches to meet requirements. - Conducts regular one-on-one meetings with each direct report.  Assesses knowledge and skills of team members. Assists staff in identifying strengths and/or gaps, and develops strategies to optimize strengths and address gaps using a strength-based approach.  Motivates employees to achieve key performance indicators, conducts performance reviews, and provides feedback through coaching. - Implements professional development and succession plans for self and key staff. Caseload Management - Performs liaison functions with referral to assigned coach. Works in partnership with other staff members to ascertain the root cause and appropriate direction for resolution. - Organizes and presents job readiness preparation either one-on-one or in small groups. - Participates in singular and group conferences in evaluating case problems and skill improvement.  Arranges for evaluation or assessment to be completed as part of the intake and diagnostic process when necessary. - Assists participants in assessing community resources, wrap-around services, and making appropriate referrals to their assigned coach. - Works with program participants to assess and comprehend risk factors/needs and to deliver effective support.  Assists participants in improving work behaviors and skills acquisition to enhance their success with employment. Coordinates one-on-one follow-ups with participants to continually monitor their efforts and measure progress. Makes recommendations to provide guidance and counseling. Generates status reports and makes adjustments as needed. - Effectively leverages internal, professional, and community networks to drive results. - Establishes regular contact with participants to offer services and to keep them engaged, for follow-up and retention. - Monitors accomplishment of numerical enrollment goals, participant enrollment dates, and participant achievement and completes billing requirements. Tracks, documents, and communicates program-specific metrics utilizing multiple reporting systems. - Provides direct counseling, intervention, advocacy, and referrals; provides transportation services when needed.  Provides assistance and direction, encouraging participants toward self-dependence in daily decision-making and problem-solving activities. - Conducts regular employment progress reports.  Performs worksite evaluations to establish potential accommodations.  Performs liaison functions with referral sources and other community agencies. - Participates in staff meetings. - Attends community meetings as related to the identified goal.  Promotes the NBP to create community awareness for participant recruitment/enrollment.    Required Competencies  - Degree and Credential Requirements - Bachelor’s degree in psychology, human relations, social work, rehabilitation counseling, criminology, or related fields with a focus on mental health. - Program Management - Is skilled at organizing, monitoring, and evaluating programs, including writing policies and procedures, mapped to business goals that improve organizational performance.  Has documented success in interpreting information and making necessary adjustments to achieve program outcomes/metrics.  Plans and attends to details and pursues quality in accomplishing multiple tasks in an organized and timely fashion. Exhibits careful attention to detail and follow-through with a focus on managing deadlines. - People Management - Enables direct reports and co-workers to grow and succeed through feedback, instruction, and encouragement to ensure their success and the accomplishment of departmental goals. - Communication Skills - Articulates thoughts and expresses ideas effectively using oral, written, visual, and non-verbal communication skills, as well as listening skills to comprehend customers’ needs. Delivers information in person, in writing, and in a digital world. - Building Collaborative Relationships - Develops, maintains, and strengthens partnerships at all levels with others inside or outside the organization who can provide information, assistance, and support. Is able to receive as well as provide feedback to improve performance or processes; builds and maintains customer satisfaction. - Critical Thinking - Uses judgment and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions, or approaches to problems. - Established Contacts - Maintains and grows a professional network of community resources, health care providers, employers, and others as appropriate to the organization. - Data Review and Reporting - Collects, interprets, and examines data to identify root causes, evaluate actions, and continuously improve processes to achieve program goals. - Technical Knowledge - Has solid knowledge of G Suite, MS Office, databases, the internet, and case management systems.     Preferred Competencies  - Diversity Awareness - Works effectively delivering assistance that is mindful of different cultural/language traditions, showing respect and validation for diverse communities/organizations, low-income families, people with developmental and/or physical disabilities, and models consistency with policies regarding human rights, equality, equity, and diversity. - Learning Strategies - Selects and uses training/instructional methods and procedures appropriate for the situation when learning or teaching new things.   Other Requirements - Has no conflicts working a flexible schedule beyond normal business hours. - Is willing to travel to participants’ homes, workplaces, community centers, and other venues at times that are convenient to individuals being served and be able to transport program participants as needed. - Government Contract Responsibilities - The Commercial Services Division is proud to be a CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) accredited site.  As a result, employees must pass a federal criminal background check, have a valid driver’s license, up-to-date auto insurance, and a good driving record.   Benefits: Full-time employees may participate in a comprehensive benefits program that includes: - Continuing education and leadership development - Comprehensive health plan - Paid time off (PTO) - Life, dental and vision insurance - Nationally recognized preventive health and wellness program - Section 125 pretax health spending account, dependent care spending account, and premiums   Mission and Values:click here Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana is an EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled
Job ID
2022-8778
Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Address
413 N. Tremont St.
Job Summary The Instructional Interventionist supports academic achievement for students attending Excel Center, meeting students where they are.  The Interventionist employs a student-centered approach effectively tailoring individual or small group instruction to students who are struggling academically.  Duties include monitoring, reporting, and communicating student progress and performance.  The position will work under the direct supervision of the leadership team who will oversee which students receive intervention as well as intervention strategies.  This position is funded by the ESSER grant to support the return to in-person instruction and school improvement goals while adhering to the Indiana State Standards.   Example Duties and Activities - Partners with teachers, administration, and families to help identify best practices for the delivery of high-quality instruction to individual students and small groups that meet academic standards and measure progress towards student mastery of the Indiana Academic Standards, Common Core State Standards, and 21st Century Skills.  - Works with school personnel to implement and utilize identified research-based interventions that specifically focus on individual student needs.  - Participates in meetings with teachers, coaches, and administration to discuss student placement and progress.  Assists with identifying students for placement in intervention groups. - Maintains, tracks, and communicates relevant student performance documentation and data to set improvement and/or achievement goals and to drive future evaluation and feedback.  Uses data to provide instruction to students and to bring their skills to mastery. - Provides diagnostic assessments for students as needed.   - Assists with student attendance keeping. - Develops personal professional/performance goals and action plans to reach goals.  Reflects on prior goals and makes adjustments to professional practice and goals.  - Works directly with staff to develop and implement school-wide goals around graduation outcomes, enrollment needs, student achievement, retention, etc. - Works with coaches and leadership staff to aid students’ progress toward graduation and postsecondary planning. - Assists staff with professional development, training, and goal setting. - Sets and maintains a high-performance culture for staff and students. - Participates in student recruitment, enrollment, and outreach efforts.   Required Competencies - Degree and Credential Requirements - NONE! We value candidates who can demonstrate capability and articulate how prior experiences will help them contribute. We believe in continuous learning and professional development. - Tutoring Expertise - Has a good grasp of a variety of subjects with an ability to explain concepts easily to assist,  ideally high school-age students in an urban, nontraditional, and/or adult education setting, in achieving expected competencies in core academic skills.  Creates, adapts, and delivers instructional materials to break up learning into steps. - Academic Mindset - Possesses the essential mindset that all students can succeed.  Is compelled to improve the outcomes and lives of students in and out of the classroom. - Results-Oriented - Is moved to recognize what results are important and what steps need to be taken to achieve goals or targets for self or others.  Adept at effectively prioritizing multiple priorities. - Communication Skills - Articulates thoughts and expresses ideas effectively using oral, written, visual and non-verbal communication skills, as well as listening skills to comprehend others' needs. Delivers information in person, in writing, and in a digital world. - Teamwork - Works well with others and makes valued contributions in a team setting in order to achieve the required goals and outcomes. Contributes to creating a positive learning environment that promotes productivity, mentoring, teamwork, and partnership. - Adaptability - Maintains effectiveness when experiencing shifts in priorities; adjusts effectively while maintaining a positive learning environment. - Technical Knowledge –Has working knowledge of G Suite and MS Office, as well as student information systems and distance learning technology, preferably Blackboard. - Information Monitoring/Reporting - Collects and reviews information to manage or improve the achievement of learning goals.   Other Requirements - Background Screening - All candidates must pass a pre-employment background check.   Benefits: Goodwill offers a competitive package of benefits even for part-time employment that includes: - Corporate wellness program that includes: an Employee Assistance Program (EAP), health coaching and wellness discounts (Weight Watchers, YMCA, etc.) - Discount programs for phone carriers (Verizon, AT&T, etc.) and 20% discount off Goodwill retail stores immediately upon hire - Financial education programs- credit union membership and access to online workshops - Retirement plan with generous match or contribution into Teachers’ Retirement Fund for eligible employees Goodwill Education Initiatives Goodwill strongly believes it is essential to raise education attainment levels in Indiana. Not only are the lifetime earnings of high school graduates significantly higher than those of dropouts, children of high school graduates are 50% less likely to drop out of high school than the children of dropouts are. Goodwill provides opportunities for adults (The Excel Center) and youth (Indianapolis Metropolitan High School).   The Excel Center Model The Excel Center® is operated by Goodwill Education Initiatives, Inc., a not-for-profit organization formed by Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana. Recognizing that nearly a half million working-age Hoosiers lack a high school diploma, Goodwill opened The Excel Center for adults in 2010. The Excel Center is a tuition-free public high school for adults offering an Indiana Core 40 high school diploma. The Excel Center currently serves more than 4,000 students annually.   Mission and Values:click here Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana is an EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled ExcelCenter1  
Job ID
2022-8776
Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Address
1635 W. Michigan St.

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