Hiring - Materials Specialist I
The Materials Specialist I will work under the supervision of the Science Resource Center (SRC) Manager. This position works in the LANL Foundation’s warehouse located in Chimayo, NM. The SRC receives, processes, circulates and re-shelves science kits and materials for elementary school classrooms in the Northern New Mexico school districts. This is a full-time position (40 hours a week). Compensation is $15 per hour including excellent benefits.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Receives, process (refurbish), circulate and re-shelve science kits and materials in resource center.
- Maintains science kits (e.g. cleans dirty materials, replenish used materials, reports missing materials, label new kits, etc.) for the purpose of ensuring the availability for use at school sites and rotating materials as required.
- Gathers necessary supplies, materials and printed matter. - Verifies materials against packing list.
- Ensures inclusion of all required items.
- Follows refurbishment directions carefully and thoroughly.
- Assures that all items going into kits, including tote is presentable.
- Organize and maintain science kit materials. Count and prepare pre-packed sets of items for inclusion in educational materials kits.
- Inventory equipment and materials for the purpose of documenting losses and/or maintaining availability of materials.
- Receive and process all deliveries of warehouse materials (e.g. completing all paperwork, verifies packing slips, etc.).
- Operate a variety of office equipment including a copier, laminator, computer, pallet stacker and assigned software.
- Maintains cleanliness of Science Resource Center. Perform warehouse and refurbishment room clean-up, including counter cleaning, sweeping, mopping, breaking down cardboard, trash removal, etc.
- Attend a variety of in-service trainings and meetings.
- Assist with trainings, conferences and institutes as needed; moving boxes, making copies, helping with registration, assisting teachers/trainers, errand running, etc. 2
- Perform other related duties as assigned for the purpose of ensuring the efficient and effective functioning of the work unit.
KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES
- Knowledge of modern office practices, procedures and equipment; telephone techniques and etiquette; oral and written communication skills; operation of a computer and software (MSOffice).
- Knowledge to perform basic math; understand complex, multi-step written and oral instructions.
- Learn and practice LANL Foundation policies/procedures and warehouse safety procedures.
- Refurbish science kits quickly and accurately. It is expected that the employee meet a 1 kit/hour average refurbishment rate.
- Employee regularly works in an indoor warehouse environment.
- The usual and customary methods of performing the job’s functions require the following physical demands: occasional lifting of 75lbs and frequent lifting of 30lbs or more. Any item weighing more than the maximum lift requirement will be moved in a two-person lift or with the use of a pallet jack/stacker/dolly.
- Generally the job requires 25% sitting, 15% walking and 60% standing.
- As this job involves regular driving to assure proper delivery and pick up of science kits to and from school sites, must be 24 years or older and possess an unrestricted driver’s license. Occasional trips for other business purposes may be required
To apply send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls. The deadline for applications is May 10, 2021.
Hiring - Four Pueblos Home Visiting Program Manager (Part-Time)
The Four Pueblos Home Visiting Program Manager is responsible for day-to-day oversight of all programmatic and supervisory aspects of the ENIPC, Inc. Four Pueblo Home Visiting Program (FPHVP). The Program Manager maintains quality service delivery of culturally responsive home visitation services through the process of hiring, orienting and supervising home visitation staff. The FPHV Program Manager ensures respect for Pueblo tradition and compliance with program and contractual requirements of funding sources and program standards, and will be using the First Born® Program model. Some direct home visiting service provision is required. The work will be overseen through a partnership between ENIPC, Inc. and the LANL Foundation, and will be guided by the LANL Foundation Pueblo Outreach Advisory Committee.
Key Areas of Responsibility:
- Provides supervisory and administrative oversight of the Four Pueblo Home Visiting Program to ensure traditional, ethical and professional home visitation service delivery to families located throughout the Pueblos of Nambe, Pojoaque, San Ildefonso, and Tesuque.
- Provides daily supervision and support to home visitation staff as necessary and ensures implementation and execution of the First Born® home visiting model.
- Provides weekly individual check-in with each home visitor.
- Provides regular (quarterly) field supervision to home visitation staff.
- Reviews implementation of required screens and follow-up services as necessary. (Tekla)
- Facilitates new employee orientation and training, as well as ongoing staff development. (Tekla)
- Conducts yearly performance reviews with individual staff as necessary.
- Works with staff on case assignment and assists in program development in partnership with First Born® Director.
- Provides home visitation services and all related documentation with caseload requirements to be determined according to availability of hours, program need and other factors.
- Ensures timely completion of all required data entry, quality service provision, development of oversight processes/systems, and continuous quality improvement of program.
- Utilizes database to ensure timely and accurate documentation within best practice standards and in full compliance with funding sources and contractual obligations.
- Ensures service delivery is in alignment with tenets of tribal sovereignty, including but not limited to, sharing of data, cultural knowledge, storytelling, and other community practices
- Tracks training and professional development for home visitors to ensure progress toward professional growth.
- Prepares initial drafts of required reports to funding sources and other stakeholders as needed.
- Bachelor’s degree in social work, education or related field.
- Minimum three years professional experience in early childhood setting preferred.
- Minimum three-year staff supervisory experience required.
- Minimum three years work in Pueblo communities.
- Knowledge of child development in Pueblo culture preferred.
- Experience managing multiple staff, setting priorities and meeting deadlines.
- Excellent oral and written skills in an environment requiring negotiation and good judgment.
- Ability to work well in culturally diverse setting and knowledge of local population served, to include children age 0-3, pregnant mothers, and families representing a wide range of socio-economic and risk factors.
- Reliable transportation with valid driver's license, current automobile registration and proof of auto insurance.
- Ability to work independently and within team settings.
- Computer knowledge including software applications for scheduling, record keeping and office management.
- Extensive local travel is required and occasional long-distance travel may be required for training purposes.