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Director of Operations
An exciting new opportunity in Gettysburg!
ACHS is seeking an experienced administrator to oversee the overall operations of our brand new, state-of-the-art building and museum. A ground-floor opportunity to shape the position as needed and grow with future opportunities.
Duties will include working with our CRM software to enter, acknowledge, and manage donations and memberships and create customized contact lists, managing supplies and services ordering with various vendors, assisting in interviewing and onboarding of volunteers as well as various general administrative and clerical assistance to the Executive Director and staff.
At least 7 years of administrative experience is preferred. Experience with CRMs, Microsoft Office, and Google Products is important as is the ability to quickly learn new software. Familiarity with non-profits and tourism-oriented organizations is a plus. Candidates should have excellent writing and communication skills and be highly organized and detail-oriented. Must be willing to form meaningful relationships with staff, patrons, and donors and have enthusiasm for Gettysburg and Adams County history.
Position starting Jan 3, 2023. Full time, 40 hours, with willingness to work occasional weekend days or evenings in the busiest times.
Salary $40-$45,000 depending on experience. Medical, dental, and vision benefits.
Send resumes to email@example.com. Please, no walk-ins or calls at this time.
ACHS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Production Lead provides leadership and management to effectively accomplish production services. Work in conjunction with the management team to meet agency goals.
or email Maria at firstname.lastname@example.org.
updated on 2/1/2023
Employment Program Manager
Seeking a caring and professional individual to manage our York County self-sufficiency and employment programs, which offer supportive programming for families in poverty. This is a full-time, exempt, salaried position, with an annual salary of $46,000 and a generous package of paid time off and other employment benefits.
Our program director Sue would welcome your inquiries at 717-432-2087, ext. 210.
Housing and Homeless Services Coordinator
Seeking a caring and professional individual to manage our Mechanicsburg-based housing and homeless assistance program. This is a full-time, exempt, salaried position, and requires a flexible schedule including some evening and weekend responsibilities. Position is eligible for health and retirement and generous paid time off benefits.
Housing and Homeless Services Coordinator
Seeking a caring and professional individual to manage our Hanover-based housing and homeless assistance program. This is a full-time, exempt, salaried position, and requires a flexible schedule including some evening and weekend responsibilities. Position is eligible for health and retirement and generous paid time off benefits.
Seeking a dedicated individual to serve as our Facilities Manager. This person will be responsible for management of grounds, facilities, equipment, and maintenance for the agency. Tasks are accomplished with the support of external contractors.
Inquiries welcome by calling Eric at 717-432-2087, ext. 202.
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updated on 4/18/2023
Clinical Manager of Therapy Services
The Clinical Manager of Therapy Services is responsible for coordinating all activities relating to the provision of physical, occupational and speech therapy for VNA patients.
this position provides oversight to the case management and nursing services for those patients assigned to the therapy team and provides leadership and supervision to interdisciplinary team members. The Clinical Manager facilities staff development, provides feedback to the Director of Clinical Services regarding patient care services. This professional demonstrates flexibility in meeting the agency's needs, assumes delegated responsibilities from the Director of Clinical Services for operational activities that relate to coordination, quality, cost, and outcomes of patient care.
The Occupational Therapist provides occupational therapy for home health patients in accordance with the individual patient's needs and goals as addressed in the plan of care. The OT must have knowledge and understanding of a patients illness or injury and the ability to assess these needs and plan appropriate interventions. The role of the occupational therapist is to work as part of the home care team including RN, PT, SLP, MSW, and Home Health/ Hospice Aides to assist the patient in achieving their optimum goals. The Occupational Therapist also provides palliative occupational therapy services to VNA Hospice patients on an as-needed basis, in accordance with the hospice plan of care.
Home Health LPN Intake Clinical Support Specialist
The Home Health LPN Intake and Telehealth Clinical Support Specialist is an LPN responsible for coordinating the agency telehealth program and supporting the Home Health intake referral process.
Home Health LPN Sign-on Bonus $2500
The VNA of Hanover and Spring Grove is seeking a full-time, day shift Licensed Practical Nurse to provide skilled nursing care to Home Health patients in their home under the direction of the RN Case Manger.
Must be able to participate in weekend rotation.
Please visit our website for a full job description and to apply https://vnahanover.org/current-job-openings/ or contact HR at 717-637-1227.
Machine Operator - Winding
The successful candidate will be responsible for the operation of a spiral winder and cut-off saws, as well as other miscellaneous equipment to fill customer orders. Second and third shift hours available.
High School Diploma or GED required. Prior machine operating experience is preferred, though machine specific training will be conducted once enrolled in our formal training program.
Benefits & Compensation:
The YWCA of Hanover is looking for a fun, energetic preschool teacher to assist in our Early Learning Center, working with ages 3-5. We have a full-time and a part-time position available. Full-time hours will be Monday-Friday from 9:00 am-6:00 pm, and part-time hours will be Monday-Friday from 12:30 pm-6:00 pm.
We offer FREE childcare for staff!
The candidate must be able to plan, implement and organize developmentally appropriate activities for children ages three to five. Observe and assess each student’s growth and development, maintain a positive, healthy, and safe learning environment and promote positive and professional relationships with children and families. Communicate positively with parents and families, follow DHS regulations, and maintain STAR 4 standards.
School Age Staff
The YWCA Hanover is looking for Part Time school-age staff for our licensed school-age program. We serve school-age children on site from kindergarten to sixth grade within two local school districts. The hours for this position are Monday – Friday, 6:00 am – 9:00 am and/or 2:00 pm-6:00 pm.
This position is working with school-age students in grades kindergarten thru sixth grade. Additional hours are available as needed when schools are closed or during the summer months. We offer FREE childcare for employees!
The candidate must be able to plan, implement and organize developmentally appropriate activities for children in kindergarten to sixth grade. Assist with school work as needed, observe and assess each student’s growth and development. Maintain a positive, healthy, and safe learning environment. Promote positive and professional relationships with children and families. Positively communicate with parents and families and follow DHS regulations and maintain STAR 4 standards.
Willingness to learn van routes and drive the school-age van is a plus!
The YWCA Hanover is currently looking for van drivers to drive our school-age kids. Vans are 10 passenger vans and are owned by the Hanover YWCA. During the school year, van drivers transport kids in grades kindergarten thru sixth grade to and from school, within three local school districts.
The hours during the school year would be approximately 7:00 am-8:45 am and again after school from approximately 2:00 pm-3:45 pm. Additional hours are available throughout the summer to help drive the summer camp kids to and from field trips.
Summer Camp Counselor
YWCA Hanover is seeking full-time summer camp Unit Leaders & Assistant Unit Leaders. Duties include planning & implementing age-appropriate activities for students in grades K thru 6.
Activities include but are not limited to sports, games, kayaking, swimming, archery, arts/crafts, music, field trips, waterfront activities, and more.
Must be available May 22-August 18th, 2023, M-F, varying shifts Monday-Friday from 6:00 am-6:00 pm.
Offering very competitive wages for college students, graduating high school students, and adults who enjoy the childcare/recreation field. Great experience for students.
visit their website to apply: Careers - YWCA Hanover
updated on 3/9/2023