Make A Difference.

Generosity is a state of the heart, not of one’s wallet.  We rest in the knowledge that God is the provider of all things. He is gracious and loves to bless his children.  Confident in His provision, we give liberally out of it. We are generous because God has been and continues to be generous with us.

House Parent

Job Title: House Parent
House Parent will provide care for Resident, in all phases of domestic life; including spiritual growth, leisure time activities, personal hygiene, basic life skills, and encouraging positive attitudes. Program accommodates up to six teenage girls.

Full and part time positions available

Requirements for Hire:
- Background Checks and Clearances (FBI, PA, Child abuse), Upon hire must pass Drug screening test, Mandated Reporter Certification,
CPR and First Aid Certification.
- Medical clearance which includes a 50lb. lift test.
- Must have a Valid PA Driver’s License which includes an acceptable driving record.
- Flexible hours required. Must be available evenings and weekends.

 Education/Training:
- Experience working with youth between the ages of 12-18 is required.
- Applicant must be at least 24 years of age and possess a high school diploma or GED.
Skills and Qualifications

Communication skills
- Ability to work well as a member of a team and independently
- A positive personality to interact with our youth residents and their families
- Basic computer skills, be able to manage minimal paperwork, and be thorough with documentation.
- Organizational skills and strive to create and maintain a disciplined and structured environment.

Duties and Responsibilities:
- Sharing devotions and praying with our residents
- Supervising and keeping girls in productive activities
- Shopping and preparation for meals and teaching teaching girls to make meals
- Supervising chores and maintaining a disciplined, organized, and structured environment.
- Transporting girls in ministry vehicle to functions
- Administering medications
- Supervising all activities
- Basic record keeping

Before you apply ...Can you provide Christian morals and behavior that emphasize on spiritual guidance and values, while teaching basic life skills?
If yes...we are anxious to talk to you!

Please send your resume to: Lori.Ziegler@houseofhopeyork.org
Thank you for your interest!
No phone calls please.

 

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Director of Development

Reports to: Executive Director and Board of Directors

Supervises: Volunteers and Staff for Events
Salary Range : $40,000 to $45,000

Position Purpose:
The Director understands and agrees that generosity is a core discipleship practice and not just a fundraising strategy.  The Director implements and oversees the Funding Plan that is approved by the Board of Directors which is to generate relationships, funding and financial resources for the operating and capital needs of House of Hope York, PA.

This includes but is not limited to planning, organizing, and executing all types and sizes of events from spaghetti dinners to extravagant galas, plus mailing campaigns and training/coaching staff for duties during events.

Requirements for Hire:

  • Please note the selection process is extensive and includes but is not limited to interviews, completion of an Employee Packet, passing all background checks and clearances (FBI, PA, and Child abuse).
  • Upon hire candidate must pass Drug screening test, Mandated Reporter Certification, CPR and First Aid Certification, Medical Clearance which includes a 50 lb. lift test.
  • Must have a valid PA driver’s license which includes an acceptable driving record.  HOHYP insurance company requires personal auto limit of liability coverage at a minimum of each person $100,000/each accident $300,000 (Must provide personal auto insurance declaration page).
  • Flexible schedule required, as some weekends and evenings will be required.

 

Education/Training:

Preference of a bachelor’s degree in Business with three (3) to five (5) years of experience in event planning and professional fundraising, preferably with non-profits.  Comprehensive knowledge of all aspects of event coordination from planning to execution.  Experience in handling financial planning, budget planning, public speaking, and event logistics.  Proficiency in utilizing Microsoft office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Experience using donor data bases.

Note: Other combinations of formal training and experience may be considered.

Personal Characteristics:       

  • Represent the Lord by demonstrating Godly attributes and behavior.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and written).
  • Personality that encourages, inspires, and motivates.
  • Enjoys interacting with others.
  • Ability to multi-task and problem solve under pressure.
  • Commitment to financial honesty and accountability.
  • Person of Integrity – trustworthy and able to maintain confidentiality.
  • Professional demeanor and appearance.
  • Attentive listener.

Skill Review:

  • Generosity giving always aims to create new and lasting relationships.
  • When inviting individuals/businesses to partner, we are inviting them into this vision of fruitfulness.
  • Communicates and works closely with Community Relations & Marketing Coordinator for events, campaigns, public relations presentations on behalf of HOHYP and see that such opportunities are followed up and/or appropriately delegated.
  • Determine partners and strategies for estate/planned giving to ensure the smooth process of legacy gifts.
  • Identify and seek appropriate partners based on criteria of event; oversee solicitations. Specific aspects of seeking partners may be delegated to others with proper authorization and oversight.
  • Specialized event planning including event design, production, execution, and management to ensure adherence to budget and time parameters.
  • Formulation, interpretation, and implementation of policies on event planning, as well as oversight on related facility management, public relations, and marketing.
  • Continuously seeks specific ways to grow in knowledge in all areas of professional fundraising.
  • Development of event timelines and actions.
  • Organization of facilities and manage all event details of an event, including but not limited to location, catering, entertainment, transportation, travel plans and lodging for guest speakers, invitee list, equipment, promotional materials.
  • Supervise staff and volunteers to coordinate events and activities.
  • Ensure compliance with insurance, legal, and safety requirements for all events.
  • Collaboration with Community Relations & Marketing Coordinator to promote and publicize events, including print, radio, and TV media.
  • Provide feedback and periodic reports on upcoming events to the Executive Director or Board of Directors.
  • Conducting post-event evaluations with communication of outcomes to the Board of Directors.
  • Ensures all partners are promptly thanked, appropriately recognized, and communicated with on how their gift was used.
  • Maintain the database for tracking and cultivating potential, current, and previous partners; making information easily accessed, grouped, and utilized.
  • Not afraid to ask.

Please send your resume to: Lori.Ziegler@houseofhopeyork.org
Thank you for your interest!
No phone calls please.