Trinity UCC Career Development Ministry

Trinity UCC Career Development Ministry Our mission is to provide resources to enhance career development and employment related services to the church and the community at large.

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03/02/2021
02/28/2021

Social Service Worker I
Ada S. McKinley Community Services, Inc. Chicago, IL
Full-Time

Ada S. McKinley Community Services, Inc.
1359 W Washington Blvd
Chicago, IL 60607


At Ada S. Mckinley we transform lives and strengthen communities. We are seeking talented individuals who will join us in furthering the mission of the agency which is to serve and bring lasting positive change to underprivileged communities in the Chicago area. Our staff is our most valued asset and as such we offer competitive compensation and excellent benefits (medical, dental, vision, LTD, retirement, life insurance, PTO, paid holidays, and tuition reimbursement).

OVERVIEW: We currently have an opportunity available for a Social Service Worker with our Child Welfare Services department. This position will render direct casework to clients within agency policies and programs, under the direction of the Program Manager or designated supervisor.

This position is paying a sign-on bonus of $3,000.

Duties may include but are not limited to:
Implements plans of action for cases, following established procedures.
Works with client/family to make modification on the recommended treatment plan.
Interviews potential clients in agency offices or by telephone; obtains background information on the client and determines appropriateness of the request for service.
Interprets the agency's services to potential applicants.
Carries a selected caseload, providing direct social services to the clients in order to meet their basic environmental and psycho-social needs.
Maintains progress notes and attends case review meetings, court dates, and collateral staffings and provides appropriate documentation from staffings.
Performs a variety of casework duties, including obtaining, analyzing and evaluating data related to cases.
Works closely with funding agency representatives.
Develops a written treatment plan, including goals and time lines for goal attainment.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: The position requires a minimum Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution, with a major in one of the Behavioral Sciences i.e., Social Work, School Guidance Counseling, Rehabilitation Counseling, School Psychology, Criminal Justice, etc.

Experience: Minimum two years of administrative experience within an office setting.

Additional Qualifications: This position required the use of a personal auto, a valid driver's license, a Motor Vehicle Report acceptable to the agency's insurance broker and verification of insurance coverage.

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02/26/2021
02/26/2021
www.idot.illinois.gov

.Subject: IDOT announces March dates for Disadvantaged Business Enterprise .....................program workshops

Building Blocks of Success: IDOT announces March dates for Disadvantaged Business Enterprise program workshops
The Illinois Department of Transportation is hosting free virtual workshops in March as part of its Building Blocks of Success series for firms interested in participating in the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise program, strengthening their skills and bidding on state projects. The workshops are open to all, but some are tailored to specific districts/regions of the state.

The workshop dates and topics are:

.....• March 9: Extra Work (T&M), 10 a.m. to noon
.....• March 11: Construction Materials Requirements, 10 a.m. to noon
.....• March 16: Landscape Material and Other Requirements, 10 a.m. to noon
.....• March 18: Prime Contractors’ Perspective, 10 a.m. to noon
.....• March 23: Getting Paid, 10 a.m. to noon
.....• March 25: Required Documents, 10 a.m. to noon
.....• March 29: Quick Books Part 1, 10 a.m. to noon
.....• March 30: Quick Books Part 2, 10 a.m. to noon
.....• March 31: Quick Books Part 3, 10 a.m. to noon

Building Blocks of Success will be conducted through April. Workshop information, including dates and times, will be made available through Eventbrite at bit.ly/DBEworkshops. Advance registration is required.

Questions can be directed to the DBE resource center at (312) 939-1100.

As part of Gov. Pritzker’s historic and bipartisan $45 billion Rebuild Illinois, IDOT is helping to deliver the largest capital program in state history. Beyond construction and maintenance projects, IDOT strives to promote equity and inclusion, as well as diversifying its job sites and workforce to reflect the communities it serves.

Administered by IDOT, the DBE program provides minorities, women and other eligible small businesses an opportunity to participate in highway, transit and airport contracts that are federal and state funded. For more information on becoming a certified DBE and learning more about IDOT resources that are available, visit www.idot.illinois.gov/dbe.

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02/09/2021
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.Subject: FEMA is Now Accepting Applications for the National
.....................Youth Preparedness Council!

Do you know a young leader with a passion for preparedness? FEMA’s Youth Preparedness Council is on the search for students ready to lead disaster preparedness projects on a local and national level!

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is committed to actively involving youth in preparedness-related activities through the Youth Preparedness Council (YPC). YPC members are students in grades 8 through 11 who are selected to support disaster preparedness and make a positive impact on their communities. The 2021 YPC is now open for applications. The YPC is an opportunity for young leaders to engage with FEMA and provide their perspectives, feedback, and opinions related to preparedness, to grow their leadership skills, and to support the resilience of their communities.

YPC members are selected for two-year terms and are chosen based on their passion for preparedness and helping others, their involvement in their community, and their aptitude for working in a team and as a leader.

Why Is It Important for Youth to Apply?
The youth of today are integral to building prepared communities of the future. By applying to and joining the YPC, youth will have the opportunity to become influential change agents in their community.

How Does the YPC Work?
YPC members meet with FEMA leadership throughout their term to develop strategies, initiatives, and projects. Also, YPC members attend the annual YPC Summit, where they will meet with FEMA representatives and complete emergency preparedness projects. Please note, the 2021 YPC Summit will be conducted virtually.

What Is FEMA Looking For?
Students in grades 8 through 11 who have a passion for preparedness and helping others, are involved in their community, and have an aptitude for working in a team and as a leader.

The online application opened on January 18, 2021, and students must complete their applications by March 7, 2021, 11:59 p.m. PST to be considered. Selected candidates will be notified in May 2021. Interested students can apply online at https://community.fema.gov/PreparednessCommunity/s/apply-to-ypc

For more information about the Youth Preparedness Council visit https://bit.ly/3qb05RW

FEMA will be hosting an informational webinar on Thursday, February 18 at 7 PM ET, which will walk through the application process and feature a small panel of alumni members.

“Being a part of the RYPC [Region 5 Council] for me has taught me so much about responsibility, accountability, and about different career options!” – Ella, Region V Youth Preparedness Council Member

02/05/2021
02/05/2021
02/05/2021

Margaret Ford Manor
Full-Time Position: Maintenance Technician

Immediate positions available, Sunday through Saturday from 7:00 am – 4:00 pm. Must be available for
overtime as needed. $18.00 per hour, with opportunity for advancement.
JOB DUTIES
-Reports to Site Manager
-Responsible for maintaining the physical integrity of the property at all times. This involves insuring a
clean and well-maintained living environment for residents, visitors, and staff.
- Performs general maintenance duties as follows;
• Vacancy turnover maintenance
• Electrical and plumbing
• A/C and heating systems
• Appliance repairs
• Door and lock repairs
• Cabinets repairs
• Window repairs and blind installation
• Wall and ceiling repairs
• Flooring installation and/or repair
• Painting
-Performs general janitorial duties as follows:
• Vacancy turnover cleaning
• Sweep, vacuums and mops common areas
• Cleaning of all surfaces including glass and fixtures
• Rubbish removal
• Grounds clean up
• Snow Removal
REQUIREMENTS
-Prior experience as a maintenance technician required
-Must have a valid driver’s license
-Must have reliable transportation
-Must have great attention to detail
-Must follow all company work rules, policies, and procedures
-Able to lift a minimum of 50 pounds
-Clear Drug Test
-Clear Background
*STRICT ATTENDANCE POLICY*
*Interview required prior to start - EMAIL RESUME TO [email protected]*

02/05/2021

Victoria Jennings Residences
Position: Part Time Maintenance Technician

Immediate position available, 30 hours per week minimum, $16.00 per hour, scheduled as needed Sunday
through Saturday.
JOB DUTIES
-Reports to Site Manager
-Responsible for maintaining the physical integrity of the property at all times. This involves insuring a
clean and well-maintained living environment for residents, visitors, and staff.
- Performs general maintenance duties as follows;
 Vacancy turnover maintenance
 Electrical and plumbing
 A/C and heating systems
 Appliance repairs
 Door and lock repairs
 Cabinets repairs
 Window repairs and blind installation
 Wall and ceiling repairs
 Flooring installation and/or repair
 Painting
-Performs general janitorial duties as follows:
 Vacancy turnover cleaning
 Sweep, vacuums and mops common areas
 Cleaning of all surfaces including glass and fixtures
 Rubbish removal
 Grounds clean up
 Snow Removal
REQUIREMENTS
-Prior experience as a maintenance technician required
-Must have a valid driver’s license
-Must have reliable transportation
-Must have great attention to detail
-Must follow all company work rules, policies, and procedures
-Able to lift a minimum of 50 pounds
-Clear Drug Test
-Clear Background
*STRICT ATTENDANCE POLICY*
*Interview required prior to start - EMAIL RESUME TO [email protected]*

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