Employment Opportunities – Citizens for Citizens, Inc.

Current Employment Opportunities

Residential Appliance Management Technician

Job Description:
Responsible for conducting in-home residential electric usage assessments in accordance with
utility standards and educating clients with various ways to make their homes more energy
efficient

Requirements:
 Computer proficiency
 Accuracy in taking measurements for refrigerator replacements
 Reliable and motivated with good communication skills
 Ability to set goals and meet quotas
 Provide outreach to eligible clients
 Maintain inventory
 Schedule appointments
 Valid Driver’s License
 Reliable vehicle suitable to transport small light bulb inventory and other equipment

Energy conservation background preferred but will train the right individual
Bi-lingual preferred (Portuguese or Spanish)

Full Time Position (35 hours)
We perform background checks and drug testing
Please email resume to Madeleine Cormier – mcormier@cfcinc.org

Job Title: Program Accountant                      

Reports to: CFO

Job Type:  Full-time

Principal Duties and Responsibilities (Essential Functions):

  • Enter accounts payable in accounting software
  • Prepare journal entries to reflect activity per funding sources
  • Prepare program billing reports
  • Complete cash deposits
  • Maintain petty cash account
  • Perform account reconciliation
  • Prepare and present monthly Finance Reports for the Leadership Team and the Policy Council
  • Meet with the Leadership Team to ensure continuous alignment between the budget and program design, scope and objectives.  Recommend revisions to the budget as appropriate.
  • Prepare and monitor projections as needed
  • Assist with payroll as needed
  • Ensure all Fiscal Policies and Procedures are adhered to
  • Assist with the completion of grant applications
  • Any additional duties deemed necessary by Project Directors or CFO

Qualifications and Skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting with a minimum 3-5 years’ experience
  • Solid understanding of double-entry bookkeeping and accounting, including accounts payable, accounts receivable, account reconciliation
  • Excellent computer skills including Excel and Word; Sage MIP accounting a plus
  • Highly organized with good attention to detail
  • Team-player also able to work independently
  • Able to multi-task and prioritize to meet deadlines
  • Must have valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle

Physical Requirements:

  • Employee may occasionally be required to perform physical duties such as stand, walk or sit for lengthy periods and reach with arms and stoop
  • May be required to physically lift up to 50 pounds for files, copy paper, etc.
  • Must have a physical every two years and obtain a physician’s certificate
  • New employees may be required to show proof of negative TB test within the prior year

Background Check Requirements:

  • Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) check
  • Department of Children and Families (DCF) check
  • Sex Offender Registry Information (SORI) check
  • Fingerprint-based national and state criminal history background checks

Once we receive the completed CORI, DCF, and SORI checks, applicant can be conditionally hired. Once we receive cleared fingerprint results, employees can be hired without restrictions.

Please send resumes to: finance@cfcinc.org

Citizens for Citizens, Inc. (CFC) is seeking a full time HR/Benefits Assistant

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
Complete benefit enrollments, liaison between staff and insurance companies, update
employment and insurance records, assist with worker’s compensation claims, maintain
human resources database.

QUALIFICATIONS:
 Bachelor’s degree preferred but not required
 Five years benefits enrollment experience
 Demonstrated ability to communicate well with staff and outside insurance and
benefits providers
 Ability to organize, multi-task and work under pressure
 Ability to use Microsoft word, excel
 May be required to pass background checks and fingerprinting

Physical Requirements:
While performing duties of this position, the employee may occasionally be required to
perform minimal physical duties such as stand, walk sit for lengthy periods and reach
with hands, arms and stoop. The employee may occasionally be required to physically
lift up to 25 pounds for files, computer printouts, etc.

Please submit resume to Shellie Castro at scastro@cfcinc.org.

Taunton Attleboro WIC Family Support Coordinator

 

Hours:            Part-time 20 hours per week

Program:        Taunton Attleboro WIC

Duties:            The WIC Family Support Coordinator will serve as a Case Manager for high risk

WIC participants who require additional support for referrals and follow-up for social service needs other than routine WIC services.

 

Responsibilities include the following:

  • Provide Case Management, counseling, referrals and follow up to WIC clients at high social risk.
  • Provide additional social support to vulnerable WIC families who require more intensive social support than WIC Nutrition staff is qualified to provide or accommodate.
  • Report and track referrals and basic client demographic statistics to State WIC Office and Citizens for Citizens.
  • To complete the intake and assessment process on referred clients using tracking forms.
  • To ensure ongoing follow-up to evaluate the receipt of services as needed.
  • To coordinate with local health and human service agencies
  • Work collaboratively with WIC staff in identifying referral resources and triaging clients.
  • Other duties as required by program and/or Program Director

Required Education:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or Human Services.
  • Minimum of One year work experience in the field of Social Work or Human Services.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of referral Resources in the Taunton Attleboro area.
  • Licensed Social Worker or Eligible.
  • Bi Lingual English/Spanish or English/Portuguese.
  • Good customer service skills, relating to persons of diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds, and communicating in a professional, courteous, and tactful manner.
  • Ability to remain calm and exercise judgment in unusual or stressful situations.

 

For more information or to apply, send letter of interest and resume to the Taunton/Attleboro WIC Director

Beth Slater

1 Taunton Green

Taunton Ma 02780

beth.slater@cfcinc.org

 

Title: WIC Community Coordinator 

Hours: Full Time (35 hours/week); some evenings & Saturday/Sunday possible

Program: Taunton Attleboro WIC

Benefits: Medical, dental, holiday, paid earned leave, retirement, etc.

Duties: Under the direct supervision of the Program Director, the Community Coordinator’s responsibilities will include the following:

 

  • In conjunction with Program Director, utilize needs assessment to develop outreach plan to increase WIC access in low utilization areas
  • Evaluate outreach effectiveness regarding client directly linked to Taunton Attleboro WIC 
  • Develop and maintains the MA WIC Community Network Database
  • Develop and maintain community liaisons with health and human services providers and advocacy organizations in community served by the local WIC program to facilitate & carry out referrals between these groups & WIC
  • Build and maintain a coordinated referral network & collaborative, working relationship between community agencies & groups & WIC
  • Develop monthly and annual outreach plans and document monthly activities
  • Keep social media platforms up to date
  • Facilitate or conduct periodic in-services for staff and/or clients with local providers & other community agencies that deal with the WIC population and/or nutrition & food, i.e., Head Start, nursery or day care, grade schools, churches, EFNEP, neighborhood associations, Housing Authority, etc., as well as local pediatricians, obstetricians, & other health care providers;
  • Provide WIC program, education & outreach materials to local agencies & advocacy groups;
  • In coordination with the Program Director, represent WIC on committee & sub-committees of local health and human services coalitions; proficient in Zoom, Google platforms
  • Participate in community health fairs, workshops & other public forums
  • Attend staff meetings; 
  • Attends Community Coordinator quarterly meetings, trainings, and in-services
  • Other duties as assigned by the Program Director. 

  • QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Associates Degree and two years experience in community work & health & human services. Must demonstrate knowledge of community and health and human services in Taunton Attleboro area; must be outgoing, compassionate and understanding to the needs of participant population; Is organized, motivated, and self directed. Excellent communication skills in oral and written English; bi lingual in Spanish or Portuguese preferred.

CFC is an equal opportunity Employer

For more information or to apply send letter of interest and resume to the Taunton/Attleboro WIC Director:

Beth Slater

1 Taunton Green

Taunton, Ma 02780

Beth.slater@cfcinc.org

 

JOB POSTING FOR

Preschool Teacher

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Serves as a leader of a collaborative team.
  • Encourages all parents/families to engage in their child’s development.
  • Ensures implementation of Head Start performance standards and E.E.C. regulations.
  • Implements a plan for ensuring attendance compliance and awareness. 
  • Screens, evaluates and assesses individual children to determine needs and individual programming.
  • Develops lesson plans to support School Readiness for all children in collaboration with co-teacher.
  • Ensures clear consistent communication and documentation 
  • Conducts observations throughout classroom routine.
  • Facilitates Parent Teacher Conferences, Home Visits and Team Meetings.

Qualifications:

  • Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, Human Services or related field
  • Lead Teacher certified through EEC
  • Experience working with Preschool population

 

Schedule:

  • Monday – Friday 8:00-2:30 or Monday-Friday 8:00-4:00
  • 30 Hours per week or 35 Hours Per week 
  • Minimum 41 weeks per year

 

Pay rate:

  • $16.74 an hour with Associate’s Degree
  • $20.36 an hour with Bachelor’s degree

 

Excellent Benefit Package:

  • Health & Dental
  • Life & Disability Insurance
  • Paid Vacation, Sick & Personal Time
  • Tuition Reimbursement

 

To Apply:

  • Submit resume to headstartjobs@cfcinc.org

 

An Equal Opportunity Employer / Minorities are encouraged to apply

Job Posting For

Infant & Toddler Teacher

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Ensures compliance with EHS Performance Standards, EEC Regulations and CFCs philosophy of caregiving and education 
  • Effectively leads Team in all aspects supporting child development and nurturing caregiving
  • Builds a strong rapport with parents through daily interactions, parent/team conferences, and home visits as part of the interdisciplinary team.
  • Screens, evaluates and assesses individual children to determine developmental level and individualize programming in partnership with parents.
  • Assists in developing parent activities at the center level with a focus on Family Engagement.
  • Develops and Implements developmentally appropriate experiences aligned with the curriculum. 
  • Conducts ongoing observations to effectively support and care for all children.
  • Participates in “coaching” including videotaped sessions
  • Participate in ongoing Professional Development to ensure quality of care

Qualifications:

  • Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, Human Services or related field
  • Lead Teacher certified through EEC
  • Experience working with Infants and Toddlers

 

Schedule:

  • Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:00; 35 Hours per week; 
  • Minimum 43 weeks per year

 

Pay rate:

  • $16.74 an hour with Associate’s Degree
  • $20.36 an hour with Bachelor’s degree

 

Excellent Benefit Package:

  • Health & Dental; Life & Disability Insurance
  • Paid Vacation, Sick & Personal Time
  • Tuition Reimbursement

 

To Apply:

  • Submit resume to headstartjobs@cfcinc.org

An Equal Opportunity Employer / Minorities are encouraged to apply

Salary Range: $13.50+ depending on experience.

Position Overview:
Direct care and supervision of school-age children (5-13 yrs of age)
Bus monitoring from school to program center

Qualifications & Skills:
18 years of age
High school diploma or GED
6 months experience working in a supervised school-age setting, preferred

Hours:
Monday – Friday 1:30 – 5:30 p.m. (after school)
Full-time (vacations and summer)
Deadline: N/A

Please submit resume to:
Citizens For Citizens, Inc.
427 Robeson Street
Fall River, MA 02720
Attn: Eloise Carrier
eloise.carrier@cfcinc.org