Employment

Model Cities is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

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Manager of Youth Services

Job Summary

Under the direct supervision of the Director of Community Services, provides professional-level management and coordination duties related to implementation of the agency’s youth enrichment and youth intervention services.  Core service components may include academic enrichment, life skills development, probation intervention, leadership and career development, community service, and socialization activities.  Duties will also include program development, program administration, and public relations.

 

Qualifications

Baccalaureate degree (Master’s degree preferred) in related human services field with at least three years of experience working in a non-profit human service agency, preferably in a supervisory or management role.  Must have experience working with youth, teens and/or high risk populations.  Previous experience in grant writing and grants management preferred. Qualified applicants must have a valid driver’s license, automobile and valid automobile insurance.  Criminal background check required for this position.

 

Compensation

Mid $40ks to Low $50ks depending on qualifications and experience. (403B; Life, LTD, and health insurance; paid holidays, vacation, medical and other leaves)

 

How to Apply

Send cover letter, resume, transcript, and two professional references to:

 

Attention:  Director of Community Services

Model Cities of St. Paul, Inc.

839 University Avenue W.

St. Paul, MN 55104

Fax: 651-293-1928

Email: jobs@modelcities.org

 

No telephone calls please

 

Model Cities is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Resumes will be accepted until position is filled.

Administrative Assistant:

 

Job Summary

Model Cities is a private nonprofit community-based organization, created in 1967. Our mission is “to promote social and economic prosperity by providing access to opportunities that develop and stabilize families and communities”. Model Cities offers an array of services to individuals and families that include: homeownership services, crisis intervention services, children’s mental health case management, short-term individualized support for youth who are on probation and supportive housing for homeless families. Model Cities is recruiting qualified applicants for the position of Administrative Assistant.

 

This position supports Model Cities Community Development division, primarily in its property and asset management functions. This includes providing administrative support in accounting functions.

 

Minimum Qualifications

Provides general administrative support for Model Cities Community Development Division, including providing IT support, handling meeting logistics, maintaining file system; coordinating supply inventory, orders, and distribution.

 

Actively participates in monthly Office Management Team Meetings.

 

Works with accounting staff in completing annual physical inventory and periodic inventories. Tags all inventory as it is received and updates inventory reports.

 

Manages the first floor meeting rooms, including scheduling, invoicing, and customer relations.

 

Maintains office equipment (e.g., duplicating, postage, fax machines). Reports needs of supplies and equipment to the Office Manager.

 

Maintains office in orderly appearance including reception area and meeting rooms. Maintains work are in orderly appearance free of clutter.

 

Asset/Facility Management

Carries out marketing activities related to leasing residential and commercial units, including developing and layout of PR materials, leasing packets, online materials such as website maintenance and social media updates of property related matters.

 

Schedules management tours of residential and commercial units when space becomes available.

 

Maintains updates leases and lease exhibits for supportive housing and BROWNstone Lofts. Assists with tenant orientation as needed. Responds to enquires regarding vacancies.

 

Accepts and processes serve requests and work orders. Records, processes, and matches work order with requests.

 

Provide assistance in preparation of reports, including reports to government and private funders, internal rent rolls.

 

Maintains and routinely updates tenant files and building files, in accordance with established procedures and in compliance with funder requirements.

 

Maintains accurate records of vendors, insurances, and warranties. Updates as needed.

 

Accounting Services

Assists with cash management including preparing receipts and the Daily Checks Received Log, processes Purchase Order, Check Approval Distribution, and other financial management forms in a timely manner.

 

Processes checks through the checks scanner when payments are made available.

 

Reviews agency documents for calculation accuracy to ensure they balance to the invoices.

 

Compensation

$15 per hour Non-Exempt (403B; Life, LTD, and health insurance; paid holidays, vacation, medical and other leaves)

 

How to Apply

Send cover letter, resume, and transcripts to:

Attn: Office Manager
Model Cities, Inc.
839 University Ave W
St. Paul, MN 55104
Fax: 651-293-1928

or e-mail to:

jobs@modelcities.org

Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.

No telephone calls, please.

 

 

Children’s Mental Health Case Manager:

 

Job Summary

Model Cities is a private nonprofit community-based organization, created in 1967. Our mission is “to promote social and economic prosperity by providing access to opportunities that develop and stabilize families and communities”. Model Cities offers an array of services to individuals and families that include: homeownership services, crisis intervention services, children’s mental health case management, short-term individualized support for youth who are on probation and supportive housing for homeless families. Model Cities is recruiting qualified applicants for the position of Children’s Mental Health Case Manager.

 

The Children’s Mental Health Case Manager will provide professional-level Targeted Case Management services to children who have long-term mental health needs. Case Managers conduct monthly home visits with children to assess and address service needs. Other duties include assisting with developing and monitoring child goal/treatment plans and assisting families with obtaining and coordinating therapeutic and supportive services that aim to address the child’s mental, social and emotional needs.

 

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in social work or other related human services field plus at least 3 years experience working with children with moderate to severe mental health issues. Master’s degree preferred and will substitute for 2 years of experience. Applicants should have the ability to work with high risk families of diverse racial, cultural, ethnic and economic backgrounds. Knowledge and ability to utilize the Social Services Information System (SSIS) case management software and a working knowledge of the DSM-5 is preferred.

 

Qualified applicants must have a good driving record, reliable vehicle and a valid Minnesota Driver’s License and valid auto insurance as required by Model Cities. Applicants must also be able to meet requirements of a background check that minimally includes the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) and a Minnesota Social Services record check for vulnerable adult or child maltreatment findings.

 

Compensation

Mid to high $30k’s depending on qualifications and experience. (403B; Life, LTD, and health insurance; paid holidays, vacation, medical and other leaves)

 

How to Apply

Send cover letter, resume, and two professional references to:

Attn: Manager of Family Support Services
Model Cities, Inc.
839 University Ave W
St. Paul, MN 55104
Fax: 651-293-1928

or e-mail to:

jobs@modelcities.org

Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.

No telephone calls, please.

 

 

Contact:

Manager of Family Support Services
(651) 632-8342
info@modelcities.org