Job Opportunities

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.

Business Program Coordinator - (Full-time)

 All interested candidates should send their resumes to: kszymanski@thecentre.org.   No phone calls, please!

POSITION: Program Coordinator
PROGRAM: The Woman’s Business Centre
REPORTS TO: Director, The Woman’s Business Centre
POSITION SUMMARY: Provide programmatic coordination and administrative support to the Women’s Business Centre CARES project. Understand entrepreneurship to provide support to small business owners.

  • Maintain complete and accurate records and supporting documentation including, but not limited to, Business Coaching Activity Reports, Training Activity Reports, Client Evaluation Forms and Protection of Client Contact Information.
  • Perform data entry of statistical information in an accurate and timely manner, maintain and regularly update database files and WBC correspondence (online, letters, etc.) and provide related information management.
  • Provide analysis of WBC databases and other pertinent information, and to generate regular, timely reports on the Women’s Business Centre as needed for internal and external purposes.
  • Provide professional one-on-one service in all direct contact with clients, visitors and the general public:
    • Greet all business clients in pleasant and welcoming manner
    • Prepare appropriate WBC marketing materials for new consumers and visitors, and for meetings as requested.
    • Provide thorough and targeted information about the WBC in response to callers, in-person visitors and online inquiries.
  • Schedule and coordinate meetings take minutes and distribute follow-up information/action items as directed.
  • Co-ordinate all CARES project webinars by organizing speakers, entering information into social media, email marketing and database entries.
  • Manage social media posts on Buffer and all social media platforms.
  • Create graphics on Canva for webinars and other marketing initiatives.
  • Ensure implementation of policies and practices.
  • Write client success stories and share on social media and the website.
  • Monitor grants for WBC clients and post on the website, social media and newsletter. Search for business resources to add to the website.
  • Write and create surveys and emails in Constant Contact.  
  • Help build positive relations within the team and external parties
  • Ensure technology is used correctly for all operations (video conferencing, presentations etc.)
  • Assist with preparing presentation and marketing materials
  • Keep community resources up to date: proactively to seek, research, acquire, catalogue, and/or disseminate WBC-related materials, information and resources of all type to increase client, donors, sponsors and contribute to WBC program.
  • Coordinate with others, both internal and external, in the planning and implementation of WBC events, meetings, projects and other activities.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director.

QUALIFICATIONS AND BACKGROUND

Education:  Bachelor’s degree in business or higher preferred.

Skills/Knowledge:   The successful candidate must have good interpersonal skills to maintain a pleasant office atmosphere and the ability to interact effectively with people both on the phone and in person.  Excellent verbal and written communications.  Knowledge of business, marketing and entrepreneurship. Proficient with the Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.  Proficient in  Windows 10, database entry and computer file maintenance. Experience using Canva, Constant Contact, Weebly and WordPress. Attentive to detail.  Experience in social media marketing. Must possess excellent organizational skills and be familiar with office procedures.  Must be flexible and able to independently perform a variety of duties, often changing from one task to another of a different nature without loss of efficiency or composure, and adaptability to perform under pressure.  Able to life 20 lbs., push, pull, stoop, bend, talk, hear and see.  Previous experience with similar responsibilities is an asset.  Bilingual a plus.  Reliable transportation.  Available for some evening and weekend work.

All interested candidates should send their cover letter and resumes to: kszymanski@thecentre.org.   No phone calls please.