Data Management Assistant
Strong City Baltimore provides back office services through Non-Profit Business Services to over 100 individual groups across Baltimore – this position includes management of their data, as well as identifying and tracking correlations between client data and that of the core Strong City programs. In addition, this position will manage the donor database for Strong City Baltimore’s Development and Non-Profit Business Services departments. For more information and to apply, go to https://strongcitybaltimoreinc.gethired.com/ and submit a resume and cover letter under the Data Management Assistant opening.
Payroll and Finance Coordinator
Strong City Baltimore is seeking a Payroll and Finance Coordinator for non profit work in Baltimore City. This position is full time, 40-hour week, exempt with occasional evening and weekend work required. Strong City provides back office services, including fiscal sponsorship, through the Non-Profit Business Services program (NPBS) to over 95 individual groups across Baltimore. Fiscal sponsorship is a sustainable and cost effective method of advancing initiatives of social good through shared services. Organizations that utilize Strong City as their fiscal sponsor are supported by a team of experts in the various areas of nonprofit management including finance, HR, administration, and compliance. Strong City seeks to significantly expand the work of the program in the coming fiscal year. This position serves as a liaison between the growing HR and Finance departments. The Payroll and Finance Coordinator will be responsible for all payroll and wage related items, including running payroll, managing profiles, and reporting. In addition, this role is a part of the finance team, responsible for journal entries, managing the debit and credit card accounts and bank accounts. Apply using this link: https://strongcitybaltimoreinc.gethired.com or click here. Applications are accepted until the position is filled. No phone calls, please. Only qualified candidates will be contacted for interviews.
Peer Intern – YES
Through the operation of Baltimore’s only drop-in center for homeless youth, the Youth Empowered Society (YES) provides urgently-needed direct services to youth experiencing homelessness through trauma-informed peer and ally support; develops the leadership and employment readiness of youth who have experienced homelessness; and partners with youth to advocate for systems change. The Youth Empowered Society (YES), is fiscally sponsored by Strong City Baltimore. YES’s is seeking a paid Peer (formerly homeless) Intern who will work with YES for one year. She or he will handout resources to youth experiencing homelessness, sort and organize donations, and clean the drop-in center daily. This is a non-exempt 25 hour per week position, with the potential for additional hours and benefits depending on YES’s funding. At a minimum, the hours for this position are: Mon-Thurs 1:30-630pm and Fridays 10am-3pm. Apply using this link: https://strongcitybaltimoreinc.gethired.com or click here. Applications are accepted until the position is filled. No phone calls, please. Only qualified candidates will be contacted for interviews.
Adult Basic Education Instructor
Adult Basic Education Instructors are responsible for teaching classes of eight to fifteen learners in basic reading, writing and math during ten week class sessions. ABE Instructors monitor student attendance, barriers to learning, and progress, including appropriate documentation and reporting of outcomes; utilize appropriate texts based on students’ abilities and skill levels, as determined by standardized assessment and learner goal setting; and collaborate with the Assistant Director for instructional support and the Intake & Assessment Specialist on class enrollment and management. Experience with Adult education strongly preferred. Classes are six hours a week; position is part-time. Submit resume and cover letter to Cathleen O’Neal at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. No phone calls, please. Only qualified candidates will be contacted for interviews.
English Language Acquisition Instructor
English Language Acquisition (ELA) Instructors are responsible for teaching classes of eight to fifteen English language learners in speaking, listening, reading, writing, and pragmatics. ELA instructors monitor student attendance, barriers to learning, and progress, including appropriate documentation and reporting of outcomes, utilize appropriate materials based on learners’ abilities and skill levels, as determined by standardized assessments and learner goal setting, and collaborate with the ELA Instructional Specialist for andragogical support and the Intake & Assessment Specialist on class enrollment and management. Experience teaching adults, familiarity with English language instruction, sensitivity to adult learners’ needs, and a commitment to empowering Baltimore’s English language learners desired. Classes are six hours a week; position is part-time. Submit resume and cover letter to Owen Silverman Andrews at email@example.com. No phone calls, please. Only qualified candidates will be contacted for interviews.
AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service alumni are encouraged to apply.