Women’s Bean Project is looking for a professional with a Master’s in Social Work who will demonstrate leadership in achieving the Bean Project mission by setting a positive example, seeking innovation and thinking opportunistically. The right candidate will thrive in a fast-paced and changing work environment. They will have an open communication management style, and will be dedicated to helping women move out of poverty and into employment.


– Program Operations. Lead development of program curriculum design and direction, including planning program activities and securing and managing volunteers. Actively promote the integration of the program and business operations of Women’s Bean Project.
– Personnel and Volunteer Management. Manage program staff. Identify volunteer needs, assist with volunteer recruitment and manage program volunteers. Establish and maintain a collaborative working relationship with fellow team members. Supervise social work candidates and other interns assigned to Women’s Bean Project’s program department.
– Reporting and Evaluation. Track program data and prepare monthly reports for all constituents. Assist 3rd party evaluators with their assessments, ensuring all necessary data is tracked and provided. Provide reports for grant funding as needed.
– Community Outreach and Stakeholder relations. Represent Women’s Bean Project in the community to prospective employers, referral partners and other community organizations on the self-sufficiency continuum. Identify and cultivate new partners.
– Coaching and Case Management. Serve as a role model and coach program participants in job readiness, life skills and basic needs development.
– Payroll Supervision. Work with Controller and other staff to review and approve hours for Program Participants’ payroll.

– Master’s in Social Work
– Set a positive example, seek innovation and think opportunistically.
– Demonstrated expertise with Microsoft Office software
– Big picture thinking to quickly understand the details of Women’s Bean Project and the overarching strategy and goals, seeking innovative and creative solutions to help drive program results.
– A minimum of 3-5 years of work experience, preferably with job readiness training and life skills training programs, services and principles. Experience in a social enterprise a plus.
– Outstanding communications skills and ability to work in a team environment and the ability to interact effectively with diverse groups, including management staff, clients, funders, vendors and board members.
– Proven success working in a multi-faceted, multi-task environment. Demonstrated flexibility and adaptability.
– Excellent and effective verbal, written and analytical skills, including the ability to plan, coordinate and schedule work flow

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