OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES
The following opportunities are now available at For Love of Children. Please forward cover letter and resume to: For Love of Children, c/o Human Resources, 1763 Columbia Road NW, Washington, DC 20009, or Fax: 202-462-9280. Applicants are seen by appointment only. This listing is subject to additions, deletions, or other changes without notice.
The clients of For Love of Children have a reasonable right to expect that the services they receive are performed by persons who are free of the effects of drugs and alcohol. For Love of Children will test all individuals who have been offered employment for current substance use as part of its pre-employment physical process. In the event of a confirmed positive test result, the applicant will be rejected for consideration of employment.
For Love of Children is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The FLOC Neighborhood Tutoring program is looking for a Bilingual Program Coordinator to support the NTP programming needs of the organization. Under the supervision of the Program Manager, the Bilingual Program Coordinator is responsible for supervising 3 program sites during the school year and the Summer Academy. The Bilingual Program Coordinator must have the ability to supervise both full time AmeriCorps staff and part time interns, and must be confident in providing guidance to volunteer tutors on the use of creative teaching techniques to encourage students’ learning. The candidate must also be fully bilingual in English and Spanish and will serve as the primary contact for NTP’s Spanish speaking families (about 45% of the students we work with). This position will expose the candidate to a variety of program management, administrative responsibilities, program evaluation, project planning, and general nonprofit operations experience
The FLOC Scholars program is looking for a Scholars Program Manager to oversee the Scholars programming and the Scholars coordinating staff. Under the supervision of For Love of Children’s Director of Programs, the Scholars Program Manager oversees and facilitates programming that helps to produce life-long learners that are ready for postsecondary success by: 1) supervising a middle school, high school and postsecondary program 2) directly supervising up to four full-time staff and overseeing the supervision of up to 2 interns, while supporting a diverse pool of volunteers 3) developing and building partnerships with community groups, foundations, and local agencies 4) overseeing curriculum development and providing on-going training for staff, 5) develop and maintain reporting structures that provide meaningful data that will be used to drive instruction, 6) strategically plan for programmatic expansion and infusion of empowerment into program
If you have any questions about the above the positions please email Crystal Adams with Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you interested in working with at-risk youth, exploring, and teaching about the outdoors? If so, come work with the staff at the Outdoor Education Center of For Love of Children for a summer of outdoor adventure! The Outdoor Education Center (OEC) is seeking qualified individuals to teach outdoor education, teambuilding, communication, and nature appreciation to youth. Our staff of Summer Program Counselors will have the opportunity to facilitate low and high ropes courses, lead outdoor adventure activities, and implement environmental education curriculum.
Please email resume and cover letter, detailing relevant experience to the OEC Director, David Hartness, at email@example.com. For additional information, contact The OEC 304.725.0409.
Applications are handled on a first-come, first-served basis. Applications will be accepted no later than May 11, 2018.