Job Opportunities

Volunteers – Tampa Bay Women’s Business Centre

We have openings for volunteers in the Tampa Bay Women’s Business Centre. All volunteer positions are remote. Assist with marketing, design and research projects. Experience preferred in online research, Excel, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and In-Design. If interested, please contact Dr. Kerry – kszymanski@thecentre.org

Volunteers – High Rise Gardening Club

If you love gardening but miss having a yard, join the High Rise Gardening Club at the Helen Gordon Davis Centre for Women. It’s a wonderful way to spend time in nature while volunteering to help women. We are looking for volunteers to: plant flower, landscape the ground, donate flowers, plants & gardening tools, If interested, please contact: Dr. Kerry – kszymanski@thecentre.org.

Receptionist – Part Time

The Centre for Women is searching for qualified candidates for a part time receptionist position. All interested candidates should send their resume to gburrage@thecentre.org.  Please put “Receptionist Position” in the subject line. No phone calls, please!

MAJOR FUNCTION:  To answer the Centre’s telephones and greet visitors in an efficient and professional manner; to provide accurate and efficient clerical support to all programs or other areas as needed.

MAJOR DUTIES:

1. To professionally handle incoming calls to the Centre.
2. To greet all Centre visitors and staff in a pleasant and professional manner.
3. To screen potential clients according to program criteria.
4. To provide information about CFW services and/or refer callers to other community resources.
5. To provide clerical and administrative support to programs.
6. To assist in the processing of incoming mail, including opening and sorting.
7. To perform routine building opening and closing activities and maintain CFW literature in the lobby area.
8. To perform other related duties as assigned.
9. To consistently treat others with respect and dignity. To maintain confidentiality and to abide by the organization’s Code of Ethical Behavior.
10. To support the organization’s mission, vision, and values. To represent the organization in a positive light.
11. To work effectively as a team player to support organizational goals.
12. To consistently demonstrate effective communication skills necessary to perform job responsibilities including listening, written, verbal, and information technology skills.
13. To demonstrate reliability and to follow through on assignments and commitments.
14. To comply with the organization’s safety policies and to promote a safe work environment.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

Ability to interact effectively with people both on the phone and in-person; ability to express one’s self clearly and effectively in writing and verbally; knowledge and awareness of social service and human service resources; ability to remain calm under pressure. Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows, Internet browsing, and e-mail communication. Able to understand and follow the network security policies and electronic protected information confidentiality and security policies.

Job Type: Part-time
Pay: Up to $12.00 per hour
Benefits: Paid time off
Schedule: Monday to Friday

COVID-19 considerations: Our offices are currently not open to the public. We are taking all precautions possible to keep our staff safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Experience:

  • Microsoft Office: 1 year (Preferred)
  • Customer Service: 1 year (Preferred)

Work Location:

  • One location

COVID-19 Precaution(s):

  • Personal protective equipment provided or required
  • Social distancing guidelines in place
  • Virtual meetings
  • Sanitizing, disinfecting, or cleaning procedures in place

HOURS: Monday-Friday; flexible 4 hours per day
FLSA: Non-Exempt
REPORTS TO: Operations Manager

Counselor - Full Time (with Benefits) and Part Time

The Centre for Women is searching for qualified candidates for part time and full time counselor positions to beginning in March. All interested candidates should send their resume to jobs@thecentre.org.  Please put “Counselor Position” in the subject line. No phone calls, please!

POSITION: COUNSELOR
PROGRAM: Counseling and Wellness
FLSA: Exempt
REPORTS TO: Director of Counseling and Wellness
MAJOR FUNCTION: To provide direct clinical services to the organization’s consumers in a competent and professional manner.
MAJOR DUTIES:

  1. Conduct assessments and provide individual and family counseling to consumers in office locations.
  2. To maintain productivity expectations as set forth by program director.
  3. To be responsible for keeping case records up to date as set forth in program expectation guidelines.
  4. To establish and maintain effective professional/client relationships; develop and maintain collaborative relationships within the organization and with community partners.
  5. To participate in clinical supervision to maintain clinical excellence.
  6. To be responsible for completing continuing education to ensure professional competency and to maintain licensure.
  7. To perform other program duties assigned.
  8. To consistently treat others with respect and dignity. To maintain confidentiality and to abide by the organization’s Code of Ethical Behavior.
  9. To support the organization’s mission, vision and values. To represent the organization in a positive light. To support public relations activities.
  10. To work effectively as a team player to support organizational goals.
  11. To consistently demonstrate effective communication skills necessary to perform job responsibilities including listening, written, verbal and information technology skills.
  12. To demonstrate reliability and to follow through on assignments and commitments.
  13. To comply with the organization’s safety policies and to promote a safe work environment.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

The counselor position requires a master’s degree in a behavioral health science (social work, mental health counseling) and have a current Florida state clinical license or is pursuing licensure and is licensure eligible. A minimum of one (1) year experience in a clinical setting. Is able to demonstrate master’s level competency of clinical interviewing and intervention techniques with individuals (adults, teens, and children), couples, families, and groups. Has the ability to effectively utilize the DSM diagnosis, and perform effective clinical documentation skills. This position requires the ability to practice autonomously and with minimum supervision.

Must pass Level II background screening. Basic knowledge of Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office Suite, Internet browsing, and e-mail communication. Able to understand and follow the network security policies and electronic protected information confidentiality and security policies. Able to lift up to 10 lbs., push, pull, stoop, bend, talk, hear, and see. Has the ability to travel between two office locations and to attend community meetings. Is willing to flex schedule for non-traditional work hours which may include evening hours to meet consumer needs.

Crew I - Full Time (with Benefits)

The Centre for Women is searching for qualified candidates for a full time crew position. All interested candidates should send their resume to gburrage@thecentre.org.  Please put “Crew I Position” in the subject line. No phone calls, please!

POSITION: Light Construction – Crew I
DEPARTMENT: Construction Services
PROGRAM: SHIP
FLSA: Non-Exempt
REPORTS TO: Construction Project Manager / Crew Chief
MAJOR FUNCTION: To assist with home repairs and modification under the Supervision of Construction Project Manager/Crew Chief.

MAJOR DUTIES

  1. To assist with basic carpentry, drywall, cabinet work door/window replacement, ceramic tile work, minor plumbing repairs and painting under the Supervision of the Project Supervisor / Crew Chief or Crew Leader.
  2. To perform preparation duties necessary to make repairs.
  3. To accurately complete all work in a neat and professional manner.
  4. Maintain vehicle and work site clean and safe work environment for staff and consumers.
  5. To accurately complete required administrative paperwork and submit in a timely manner. Learn and assist supervisors with consumer related documentation.
  6. To complete daily vehicle inspections, cleaning, safe storage and inventory of parts and equipment onboard vehicles, reporting any damaged tools to Supervisor Immediately.
  7. To properly use all construction materials and safe handling of all power and hand tools.
  8. To report any incidents immediately to Supervisor.
  9. To work with the elderly in a kind and understanding way.
  10. To attend and participate in all training as assigned.
  11. To perform other duties as applicable to this position.
  12. To consistently treat others with respect and dignity. To maintain confidentiality and to abide by the organization’s Code of Ethical Behavior.
  13. To support the organization’s mission, vision and values. To represent the organization in a positive light. To support public relations activities.
  14. To work effectively as a team player to support organizational goals.
  15. To consistently demonstrate effective communication skills necessary to perform job responsibilities including listening, written, verbal and information technology skills.
  16. To demonstrate reliability and to follow through on assignments and commitments.
  17. To comply with the organization’s safety policies and to promote a safe work environment.
  18. JOB REQUIREMENTS:

    Have basic knowledge and ability of various aspects of general home repairs. Must be a self-starter, team-oriented, and have the ability to learn new tasks. Demonstrate a positive attitude, adaptability, and dependability. Must have the ability to work with a diverse group of staff, consumers, and their family members. Must pass Level II background screen and drug screen prior to employment. Must pass a Florida Department of Motor Vehicles Department driving record check in order to drive company or personal vehicles to conduct company business. Must possess a valid Florida driver’s license and current automobile insurance (if personal automobile owned.) Must be able to lift heavy objects, push, pull, bend, stoop, climb ladders, talk, hear, and see. Able to work with exposure to outside elements, chemicals, and a home environment that may have multiple pets.