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Job Title: Conservation Client Coordinator
Job Type: Full-Time
Description of Work:  Mile High Youth Corps helps youth make a difference in themselves and in their communities through meaningful service opportunities and educational experiences.
Conservation Client Coordinator  Summary:
This position is responsible for oversight and implementation of data management, intake, and client services for Mile High Youth Corps’ Energy and Water Conservation projects.  The Senior Intake Specialist reports to the Project Manager: Energy & Water Conservation and assists in the supervision of three client intake Corpsmembers.
Essential Functions Member Mentorship, Supervision, and Development
•Provide proactive, consistent supervision to intake Corpsmembers, ensuring a productive, positive work environment and promoting Corpsmember growth and development.
•Ensure intake Corpsmember accountability by working with Program Coordinator: Conservation to track attendance, education award progress, and discipline.
•Assess and oversee the development and implementation of dispatch, scheduling, data entry, and communication procedural trainings. Oversee the facilitation of these trainings.
•Empower intake Corpsmembers’ sense of inclusivity by having regular check-ins, advocating for their needs, providing constructive criticism, and seeking proactive solutions.
•Supervise and organize daily client intake activities.
•Oversee the management database activities including data entry and scheduling coordination.
•Oversee the dispatch procedure; assess processes regularly to ensure efficiency.
•Work with Client Intake Specialist to ensure coordination with teams to account for cancellations, disqualifications, and other client-related issues
•Maintain client files and assure client confidentiality.
•Make “cold” calls to potential clients for scheduling.
•Communicate clearly project objectives and services to potential clients.
•Plan four home visits per day for ten or more crews.
•Route crews effectively based on proximity.
•Input data and update daily in a thorough, accurate and timely manner.
•Problem solve on a daily basis, dealing with dynamic situations.
•Suggest and implement changes of procedures to enhance functionality/efficiency.
•Work with Crew Leaders and client-intake staff to ensure complete and accurate files on each client.
•Ensure consistent work flow throughout the client intake department, including task designation and supervision as needed.
•Work with client-intake staff to ensure that all project data is entered in the database in an accurate and timely manner.
•Coordinate schedule management of multiple projects including contact with sponsors, partners, home owners and clients.
•Assist Project Manager/Coordinator in generating reports, billing statements and other documents as needed.
•Prospect for additional clients/partners.
Project / Program Support
•Assist program staff in supporting Corpsmember development by linking and presenting project/demographic data to service learning curriculum.
•Train and provide effective oversight for Corpsmembers providing scheduling support.  Initiate retraining as needed.
•Develop and relay project and workflow goals to Corpsmember teams.
•Other duties and responsibilities to be assigned as needed.
•Work to support agency and departmental goal attainment. Provide reporting updates as needed.
•Actively contribute to all conservation team meetings and staff meetings, including offering feedback, suggestions, and improvements.  Volunteer for support roles as needed.
Hours & Compensation:  This is a full-time, regular position that is classified as exempt, with benefits.  Hours are M-Th 8 am to 4:30 pm, F 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. 
Salary range from $28,000- $32,000 based on experience.  Use of a personal vehicle is not required.  Some evening and weekend hours may be required for the position on a limited basis.
To Apply:  Send Resume and Cover Letter to:  Email:  (include the position title in subject line)
Fax: 303-433-5997
Mail:  Attn. Evan Blumenstein, Project Manager: Energy & Water Conservation, 953 Decatur St, Denver, Co 80204
MHYC is an equal opportunity employer.
MHYC is a tobacco-free agency.

Requirements (Education, Skills Experience):
Education:  GED or High School diploma required.  Associates or bachelors degree preferred.
Experience:  Fluency in English and Spanish strongly preferred.  1-2 years of experience in a non-profit environment preferred.  Experience with database management preferred. Team supervision experience preferred.  Experience working with a diverse group of people in a team atmosphere required.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Strong customer service skills including a friendly and personable demeanor.
Ability to work well with others in a team atmosphere.
Superior people skills, including good speaking and writing skills.
Ability to work in a professional manner with people from diverse backgrounds.
Ability to meet goals and complete tasks in a detailed and timely manner.
Ability to problem solve proactively and implement effective solutions.
Ability to meet deadlines.
Ability to work independently.
Must be computer literate including Microsoft Office applications.
Knowledge of Denver Metro Area street systems.
Ability to type and accurately complete data entry.
Ability to promote a positive Corps culture.
Must be able to pass background check and drug screening.  Will be required to participate in a FBI background check, which involves fingerprinting.
Ability to legally work in the United States, which will be verified via the federal E-Verify system.
Salary: $28,000- $32,000 based on experience
Hours: 40
Starting Date: 2/26/2016
Link to Application Page:
Closing Date (If less than 30 days):



Job Title: 2016 Summer of Service Trail Crew Leader
Job Type: Full-Time
Description of Work:
Position Title:       Crew Leader
Position Type:      Field-based, seasonal, full-time, exempt, 14 week program commitment.
Location:               The Crew Leader will meet their crew at 1801 Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80204 and travel to work sites as a team in MHYC vehicles.
Compensation:     $450 - $540/week, based on experience and qualifications.
Position Dates:     May 9 – August 12
                *Orientation and Training: May 9 – 20
                                In-house training week of May 9-13
                                Offsite overnight training week of May 16-20
                *12 week production season starts May 23 and runs through August 12
Schedule:  Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
*Required to work Friday, June 3 from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. due to Memorial Day holiday observed on May 30
*Required to work Friday, June 10, June 24, July 15, July 29 and August 12 from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
**Also seeking one Trail Overnight Crew Leader. This Crew Leader would leave MHYC Headquarters on Monday morning and return Thursday evening for the majority of the season. Please note interest in this position in cover letter.
Reports To:  Project Coordinator:  Land Conservation and Conservation Crew Leader
Overview:  Mile High Youth Corps is a regional, non-profit, AmeriCorps ( affiliated organization that engages youth in jobs that help the planet and provide pathways to a promising future. Corpsmembers work on conservation and environmental stewardship projects throughout the Denver Metro Area while engaging in meaningful education activities.
Position Description:  Mile High Youth Corps Crew Leader positions require individuals who are skilled problem-solvers, experienced leaders and positive role models.  A crew is comprised of ten Corpsmembers (18-24 years old) all working together to complete work projects on public lands and in communities. Crew Leaders manage a demanding work schedule and are responsible for creating a meaningful experience for Corpsmembers. Crew Leaders are responsible for ensuring the facilitation of environmental education, healthy lifestyles, career readiness, leadership development, civic engagement and independent living training for their crew.  Crew Leaders must possess a strong work ethic, promote high quality work performance in their crew and have a desire to devote themselves to field-based youth development for an entire summer. 

The position requires both supervisory and technical aptitude, in addition to a high level of comfort in the outdoors.
Crew Leader Duties and Responsibilities:
Supervision and Management
•Provides daily supervision of the members of his/her crew, including assigning, leading and instructing work tasks and training Corpsmembers in the development of job skills.
•Monitors, manages, and promote crew’s physical and emotional safety on and off the work site.
•Teaches Corpsmembers a variety of work skills in conjunction with technical assistance providers.
•Maintains and promotes positive group morale.
•Enforces the code of conduct, discipline policies and program procedures outlined in the employee handbooks at all times.
•Provides consistent, ongoing informal feedback, as well as performs a minimum of one formal evaluation per Corpsmember each season.
•Acts as a positive role model to all Corpsmembers and promotes a positive corps culture.
Work Project Implementation
•Assists MHYC staff with the set-up of work projects including the estimation of time and materials needed for work projects.
•Proactively assesses, identifies and mitigates safety related hazards on the job site.
•Trains Corpsmembers in and maintains a safe work environment.
•Oversees and implements a variety of conservation, service learning and community service projects for his/her team.
•Distributes work among Corpsmembers and maintains even work flow.
•Serves as a liaison and on-site contact with project sponsors.
•Ensures timely, accurate and quality completion of work projects.
Corpsmember Development and Education
•Promotes individual learning, leadership and personal growth among Corpsmembers.
•Plans and facilitates field trips, community meetings and team-building activities at work site.
•Ensures consistent leadership development and service learning opportunities are integrated into trainings.
•Implements and monitors Corpsmember’s participation and progress in life skills and career readiness training programs at work site.
•Provides consistent feedback and support to AmeriCorps Leadership and Conservation Corpsmembers (Assistant Crew Leaders) on their leadership roles.
•Collaborates with AmeriCorps Leadership and Conservation Corpsmembers in developing and implementing educational components for projects.
Administrative Duties
•Supports Corpsmember’s post-program placement.
•Monitors, documents, and evaluates the participant progress in the program using individual written evaluations, case notes and 1:1 meetings.
•Maintains thorough and complete records on each Corpsmember throughout the length of the program, including timesheets, rosters and daily accountability forms.
•Maintains complete and accurate records for each project.
•Assists other staff with the reporting required for funders and board members.
•Ensures project photographs and required data are collected for projects.
•Ensures timely completion of Corpsmember awards, incentives and recognitions.
Other duties as assigned.
To Apply: Email: Send resume and cover letter to Jesse Roehm at (include position title in subject line)
Mile High Youth Corps Land Conservation Programs are Tobacco Free Mile High Youth Corps is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Requirements (Education, Skills Experience):
•High School diploma or GED required. At least two years of college or vocational training is preferred. Significant professional experience may be substituted for post-secondary education.
•At least one year experience of working with a diverse population of youth and staff in a team atmosphere is preferred.
•Previous experience in conservation, construction or landscaping and working with Youth Corps is highly preferred.
•Must complete Wilderness First Aid or Wilderness First Responder training course prior to start date.  MHYC will cover $80 of training cost.
•Communication Skills: ability to motivate and discipline others, organize and direct a crew of young people on work projects, communicate effectively with a diverse group of young people, co-workers and supervisors and explain and demonstrate safe work practices.
•Must have ability to complete tasks in a detailed and timely manner, work independently, keep accurate records, prepare reports and perform case management and evaluations.
•Must be able to lift 75 lbs., spend 8-10 hours a day in the sun, hike 5 miles with a day-pack and operate hand and power tools.
•Must have valid driver’s license with insurable driving record and ability to drive a 12-passenger van to and from work sites.
•Pre-employment background check will be required. May be subject to FBI Background Check, which includes fingerprinting.
•Pre-employment drug screen required. Drug testing may be required during employment.
•Must be able to legally work in the United States, which will be verified via the federal E-Verify program.
Salary: $450 - $540/week, based on experience and qualifications.
Hours: 40
Starting Date: 05/09/2016
Link to Application Page:
Closing Date (If less than 30 days):


Job Title: Early Childhood Educator
Job Type: Full-Time
Description of Work: Provide direct instruction and work collaboratively with children.  Assist children throughout the day in reaching developmental milestones, further your understanding and education in the area of Early Childhood Education.
Requirements (Education, Skills Experience): ECE 101, 103 or equivelent..  At least 1 year of experience
Salary: Open
Hours: Vary
Starting Date: Immediate
Link to Application Page: submit resume at
Closing Date (If less than 30 days): 6/1/2016


Job Type: Full-Time
Description of Work:

•Process invoices and payments.
•Generate and track lien releases.
•Maintain job files.
•Track subcontractor certificates of insurance.
•Verbal and written correspondence.
•File and archive records.
•Work closely with staff and subcontractors.
•Other duties as required.
Requirements (Education, Skills Experience):
•Associate’s degree in accounting with a minimum of two years’ construction industry experience.
•Strong cost accounting background.
•Knowledge of standard accounting procedures and basic math/computing skills.
•Proficient with MS Excel, MS Word, and Outlook.  Current cloud based construction software is Jonas Premier.
•Strong analytical and reconciliation skills.
•Ability to multi-task, attention to detail, and work independently with a high level of accuracy.
•Excellent oral and written communication skills.
•Maintain positive working relationships.
•Occasionally lifts, carries, pulls or pushes up to 20 lbs.
•Will sit for prolonged period of time, stand, stoop, reach, handle, and have manual dexterity.
Salary: Compensation will commensurate with education and experience.
Link to Application Page:
Closing Date (If less than 30 days):


Job Title: Caregiver
Job Type: Part-Time
Description of Work:  Touching Hearts at Home Caregivers provide non-medical in-home care services for seniors. With shifts that start at 3 hours and go all the way up to 24 hour care, you can work the hours that are compatible with your schedule.
Assist our clients with:
~Meal preparation
~Household chores
~Medication reminders
~Transportation for errands and escorts to appointments ~Laundry, linens, ironing ~And more!!
We offer:
~Flexible work schedules
~Comprehensive training program including Alzheimer Association recognized Leaders in Dementia Care training program
~Competitive hourly rates and premium pay for holidays
~Caregiver recognition and promotion plan
~24/7 support staff and active ownership
Requirements (Education, Skills Experience):
~Have a reliable vehicle
~Provide proof of a valid drivers license and auto insurance ~Be at least 18 years of age with a high school degree ~Demonstrate good communication skills ~Obtain outstanding results from personal, professional, and criminal background checks
Salary: $10.00
Hours: part time 15-20
Starting Date:
Link to Application Page:
Closing Date (If less than 30 days):





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