top of page

 Job Postings

Start Your Future Today !

Updated as of January 13, 2023

Workforce Supervisor

JOB DESCRIPTION: An admin assistant can be seen as the face of an organization and is someone who provides high-level administrative support to managers in the organization. Like secretaries or personal assistants, they conduct clerical work. However, admin assistants may have additional responsibilities and higher levels of tasks. Admin assistant must be highly organized and be able to prioritize work, have good interpersonal and communication skills, and possess managerial abilities.

Program Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION: Responsible for the design, research and implementation of all programs at ECS, managing and delegating to a team of subordinates, working directly with the Program Director to coordinate and plan services, supports grant funding and fundraising initiatives. Daily oversees program initiatives and conducts site-visits for all programs. Supports Business department with maintaining audit ready financial reports. Areas of responsibility also include contract compliance, community relations, and marketing.

Save Our Streets (SOS) Accountability Mentor (Gang interventions) Street outreach in Brighton Park Community

To Apply Or Get More Information

Please Feel Free to Contact The Emails Below

JOIN THE ENVISION FAMILY TODAY ! 

Job QR code

Linkedin Page

JOB DESCRIPTION:​Accountability Mentor will work closely with community members who have a high probability of being a victim or perpetrator of violence. The Accountability Mentor will be trained to refer participants to mental health services, social services, and workforce development. They will also serve as a mentor and offer such activities as field trips and late-night sports.

Lead Youth Development Spectialist

JOB DESCRIPTION:​Responsible for supervising/overseeing participants in workforce development activities and providing support to all staff. Accountable for delivering effective guidance and coaching to participants of ECS programs and initiatives. Creating a safe and supporting environment to all participants. Motivated to inspire and go above and beyond to meet/exceed objectives set.All tasks require the ability to think and work independently, to multi-task and balance several ongoing projects, to be self-directed, creative, flexible, highly organized and professional, to be able to meet deadlines and work quickly and efficiently under pressure, and to have excellent interpersonal skills. This position reports to the WorkForce Development Supervisor. This position is based out of Lake County Office Space with a required travel to ECS office in Garfield Ridge at a minimum of 1 day of the week for file maintenance and/or as needed by management.

Workforce Development SupervisorWorkforce Development Supervisor

JOB DESCRIPTION:Responsible for the design, research and implementation of all Workforce Development (WFD) programs at ECS, managing and delegating to a team of subordinates, working directly with the management team to coordinate and plan services, supports grant funding and fundraising initiatives. Areas of responsibility also include contract compliance, community relations, marketing and organizational strategic planning & development.

Site Coordinator [Hurley Elementary] Lead Coordinator

The School Site Coordinator (SSC) will lead the creation of our program activities within the assigned school. The SCC will serve as the on-site liaison between the principal, assistant principal, parent, school staff, instructional and project staff. The school site coordinator in partnership with the school administration ensure that the necessary scheduling logistics and infrastructure support is provided to the Project. They will lead participant recruitment efforts, work with the instructional staff and service providers and participant retention, and collaborate with all team members to ensure program quality and consistency.

Public Health Ambassador Supervisor

Public Health Ambassador will play a key role in Chicago’s effort to continue combating the COVID-19 pandemic and to collaborate on a plan to improve community health and well-being. This opportunity will allow individuals to contribute to the fight against the disease and focus on areas like improving access to care, education, public safety, and to remove social and institutional barriers to close Chicago’s life expectancy gap. All while working as part of the Protect Chicago Vaccine Equity/ Healthy Chicago Equity Zone, by taking on roles such as but not limited to Community Cultural Liaison, Participatory Researcher, Care Coordinator, Educator, Social-Emotional, Vaccine ambassador, and Community Leads.

Lead Youth Development Specialist Lead (Part-Time/30 hours per week)

Responsible for supervising/overseeing participants in workforce development activities and providing support to all staff. Accountable for delivering effective guidance and coaching to participants of ECS programs and initiatives. Creating a safe and supporting environment to all participants. Motivated to inspire and go above and beyond to meet/exceed objectives set.All tasks require the ability to think and work independently, to multi-task and balance several ongoing projects, to be self-directed, creative, flexible, highly organized and professional, to be able to meet deadlines and work quickly and efficiently under pressure, and to have excellent interpersonal skills.

WorkForce Development Supervisor- Part time
 

Responsible for the design, research and implementation of all Workforce Development (WFD) programs at ECS, managing and delegating to a team of subordinates, working directly with the management team to coordinate and plan services, supports grant funding and fundraising initiatives. Areas of responsibility also include contract compliance, community relations, marketing and organizational strategic planning & development.

Reintegration Case Manager (full-time)

The Reintegration Case Manager is responsible for delivering post-release services for Reentry participants after they have completed programming in prison and been released from prison to Chicago. Specifically, this position is responsible for providing individual coaching, case management, and resource coordination to participants though a trauma informed and restorative justice lens; and facilitating cognitive behavioral intervention groups. The Reintegration Case Manager is expected to adhere to principles of trauma-informed care, harm-reduction, and strength-based, cultural competency, and restorative justice. The Reintegration Case Manager should be an excellent problem-solver, organized, have great communication skills in both writing and speaking, be energetic and flexible, collaborative, and proactive team members who positively and productively support high-risk participants. The Reintegration Case Manager should have experience in case management and workforce development, as well as working with very high-risk adults and young adults.

Lead Public Health Ambassador (Full-time)

The Lead Public Health Ambassador will play a key lead role in Chicago’s effort to continue combating the COVID-19 pandemic and to collaborate on a plan to improve community health and well-being. This opportunity will allow individuals to contribute to the fight against the disease and focus on areas like improving access to care, education, public safety, and to remove social and institutional barriers to close Chicago’s life expectancy gap. All while working as part of the Protect Chicago Vaccine Equity/ Healthy Chicago Equity Zone, by taking on roles such as but not limited to lead Community Cultural Liaison, lead Participatory Researcher, lead Care Coordinator, lead Educator, lead Social-Emotional, lead Vaccine ambassador, and leading other Public Health Ambassador.

bottom of page