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Youth Program Assistants (6)

New Hope Ministries is seeking six talented and dedicated individuals to serve as Youth Program Assistants.  These positions will work as part of a dedicated team of youth staff providing mentoring and activity programs for lower income youth in various center locations.  The goal of New Hope Ministries’ Youth Programs is to reduce the damaging effects of poverty and prepare children and youth for lives of success.   We believe we best accomplish this goal when we recruit parents and caregivers as active partners in our work with children.  The position is a part-time, 20-hours per week, non-exempt position.  These positions have immediate availability with anticipated working days of Monday-Thursday, flexible daily schedule with an hourly wage of $16.00/hour.  Qualified applicants shall be Christians who agree with the Statement of Faith, as found in the by-laws for New Hope Ministries, must be at least 21 years of age, must love kids of all ages and have experience and training youth/Christian ministry, education, and/or the social sciences.  Qualified applicants will demonstrate good social service and interpersonal skills, have a clean criminal history and child abuse clearances, a driver’s license and clean driving history with the ability to operate a passenger van.  Applicants must complete and maintain first aid, CPR and mandatory reporter training certifications as part of the course of employment.  Applicants should also be able to demonstrate cultural competence in working with youth from different cultural backgrounds.  The ability to speak multiple languages would be a plus.  Responsibilities of the position include:

  1. Providing compassion and care to youth and families participating in our programs which include Seedlings, Petals, Baby Bundles, Backpack, Afterschool program, Teen Workforce, and summer program.
  2. Participation in our Back to School events and Christmas Blessing Express programs.
  3. Ensuring that youth programs provide an environment of safety for youth attending the programs.
  4. Utilizing program curricula to help youth attending programs meet the desired outcomes.
  5. Maintain outreach to local churches, schools, and guidance counselors.
  6. Administrative duties will include capturing client demographic and service data, ensuring that vehicles used for the program transportation are kept in good working order with any concerns being escalated to your supervisor and the agency operations manager, and ensuring that facilities used by youth programs are kept clean and in good repair.

Interested applicants should submit resume and cover letter to aroth@nhm-pa.net, Attention Sue Fornicola.  We welcome your inquiries at (717) 432-2087 ext. 210.

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Completed applications can be mailed to:
New Hope Ministries
P.O. Box 448
99 W. Church Street
Dillsburg, PA 17019


Mechanicsburg Food Program Assistant Manager

This position requires local travel, a flexible schedule, requires some evening and weekend hours.  This position is considered a full-time, exempt, salaried position, with a starting salary of $38,000.  We are looking for someone who can work independently, is physically active, is good working with people of all ages, enjoys food and feeding others, and has a desire to share the love of Christ by helping our neighbors in need.  Qualified applicants shall be Christians who agree with the Statement of Faith, as found in the by-laws for New Hope Ministries, must be at least 21 years of age, will have a minimum of an Associate Degree or its equivalent in education and career experience, will have appropriate training and experience in managing a hunger prevention program, and be able to perform the physical demands of work in a warehouse, kitchen, and food pantry.  Qualified applicants will demonstrate good social service and interpersonal skills, have a clean criminal history and child abuse clearances, a driver’s license and clean driving history with the ability to operate a truck, forklift, pallet jack, and other food program equipment as necessary, and have experience in preparing and cooking healthy foods.  Applicants must complete and maintain first aid, CPR, mandatory reporter training certifications, and ServSafe food certification as part of the course of employment.  Applicants should also be able to demonstrate cultural competence in working with individuals from different cultural backgrounds.  The ability to speak multiple languages would be a plus.  Responsibilities of the position include:

  1. Provides compassion and care to individuals requesting food assistance according to agency guidelines. Promote a spirit of hospitality in Center and create a welcoming environment.
  2. Oversees Center’s food distribution programs at assigned location.
  3. Provides supervision and training to food pantry volunteers.
  4. Administrative duties include:
    1. Producing a monthly report of food poundage collected and distributed.
    2. Assisting with purchasing of food and use of gift cards and other funds according to the annual budget to ensure adequate inventory for food distribution program.
    3. Receive, issue receipts, and provide documentation to executive office for all in-kind donations.
    4. Ensure adequate documentation of food assistance delivered to guests and reporting of program services.

Interested applicants should submit resume and cover letter to aroth@nhm-pa.net, Attention Sue Fornicola.  We welcome your inquiries at (717) 432-2087 ext. 210.

Hanover Food Program Assistant Manager

This position requires local travel, a flexible schedule, requires some evening and weekend hours.  This position is considered a full-time, exempt, salaried position, with a starting salary of $38,000.  We are looking for someone who can work independently, is physically active, is good working with people of all ages, enjoys food and feeding others, and has a desire to share the love of Christ by helping our neighbors in need.  Qualified applicants shall be Christians who agree with the Statement of Faith, as found in the by-laws for New Hope Ministries, must be at least 21 years of age, will have a minimum of an Associate Degree or its equivalent in education and career experience, will have appropriate training and experience in managing a hunger prevention program, and be able to perform the physical demands of work in a warehouse, kitchen, and food pantry.  Qualified applicants will demonstrate good social service and interpersonal skills, have a clean criminal history and child abuse clearances, a driver’s license and clean driving history with the ability to operate a truck, forklift, pallet jack, and other food program equipment as necessary, and have experience in preparing and cooking healthy foods.  Applicants must complete and maintain first aid, CPR, mandatory reporter training certifications, and ServSafe food certification as part of the course of employment.  Applicants should also be able to demonstrate cultural competence in working with individuals from different cultural backgrounds.  The ability to speak multiple languages would be a plus.  Responsibilities of the position include:

  1. Provides compassion and care to individuals requesting food assistance according to agency guidelines. Promote a spirit of hospitality in Center and create a welcoming environment.
  2. Oversees Center’s food distribution programs at assigned location.
  3. Provides supervision and training to food pantry volunteers.
  4. Administrative duties include:
    1. Producing a monthly report of food poundage collected and distributed.
    2. Assisting with purchasing of food and use of gift cards and other funds according to the annual budget to ensure adequate inventory for food distribution program.
    3. Receive, issue receipts, and provide documentation to executive office for all in-kind donations.
    4. Ensure adequate documentation of food assistance delivered to guests and reporting of program services.

Interested applicants should submit resume and cover letter to aroth@nhm-pa.net, Attention Sue Fornicola.  We welcome your inquiries at (717) 432-2087 ext. 210.