Erie Neighborhood House, a progressive social service agency serving the Chicago metropolitan area and dedicated to promoting a just and inclusive society, is seeking a Bilingual Program Assistant to provide direct support and assistance to the Outreach Coordinator employed by Erie House in Chicago’s Little Village location. The basic functions of this position are to provide administrative and clerical assistance and other duties as assigned to fulfill the outreach function of Erie’s program grants to promote affordable housing options and housing resources and services in the Latino community.
Provide clerical support to the Outreach Coordinator and assist with day-to-day activities to ensure funder goals are met.
Assist in distribution of flyers, posters, brochures, etc. at outreach events to promote awareness about CHA programs and housing resources and assistance.
Make copies and scan documents.
Create and translate flyers, pamphlets, brochures, etc. and other documents to Spanish.
Handle walk-in and telephone client inquiries and book appointments for Outreach Coordinator.
Follow up with clients interested in pursuing CHA programs/applications and those seeking housing services and information.
Assist clients with obtaining necessary information and documents to qualify for CHA housing programs.
Enter data into ETO database and assist with maintaining client case management systems as required by funders.
Attend and assist Outreach Coordinator at publicity events, forums and meetings.
Assist all Erie House staff during trainings and meetings.
Other duties as assigned.
Please forward cover letter, resume, your salary expectation and a list of three professional references by November 17, 2017 to:
Ms. Cristina De La Rosa
Director of Adult Programs
Erie Neighborhood House
4225 W. 25th St.
Chicago, IL 60623
NO TELEPHONE CALLS PLEASE!
ERIE NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
ACCREDITED BY NAEYC & NATIONAL AFTERSCHOOL ASSOCIATION
UNITED WAY MEMBER
Qualifications and Requirements
High School Diploma minimum; Bachelor’s preferred.
Computer skills a plus (Windows, MS Office, etc.) but some training available
Bilingual proficiency in English and Spanish, Cantonese or Mandarin language preferred.
Effective communications skills
Demonstrated commitment to social justice and sensitivity to challenges of the Latino, immigrant communities, and CHA residents
Ability to work Saturdays and evening hours and travel to off-site locations.
Excellent organizational skills and ability to pay close attention to detail
Erie Neighborhood House is a community service agency founded in 1870 that promotes a just and inclusive society by strengthening low-income, primarily Latino families through skill-building, access to critical resources and collaborative action.