Open Positions

  • Congreso de Latinos Unidos, Inc. is currently seeking a Teen Parenting Services Manager within the Family and Housing Services Division. The Teen Parenting Services Manager requires a sincere interest in working with and supporting teen parents, their children and their overall health and development within the ELECT (Education Leading to Employment and Career Training) program. The Teen Parenting Services Manager is responsible for the following: 1) Program Administration: the supervision of 5 Full Time Case Managers within the ELECT program, and one part time Data Coordinator; 2) Service Coordination of ELECT and Enhancing Parenting Skills Classes;  3) Contract Compliance and Data Management: Responsible for data oversight and strict compliance and 4)  Ensure quality services through: monitoring all cases within the program; coaching and supporting staff through supervision, training, and program development; using data outcomes to inform program enhancements.

  • Congreso de Latinos Unidos, Inc. has a wonderful opportunity for a Part-time Paralegal for their Health Promotion and Wellness Division (HPW) Division.  This part-time Civil Legal Representation (CLR) project paralegal will work 20 hours a week and be able to demonstrate expertise in providing legal assistance and support to victims of domestic violence, dating violence, and/or stalking in the Latino and immigrant communities. The qualified candidate must complete the agency’s mandatory 40 hours of training in connection with domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. Candidate will also be adept at providing administrative assistance to CLR project attorney, including conducting client intakes, managing client database, case managing with attorney, preparing court documents, and monitoring referrals. Additional training on evidence-based risk factors for domestic violence and dating violence homicide is mandatory. All CLR project staff must participate fully in all project evaluations and site visits undertaken by PCADV and/or DPW.

  • Congreso de Latinos Unidos, Inc., a dynamic nonprofit, is currently seeking a full-time Parenting Support Specialist to work within its Family and Housing Services division. The Parenting Support Specialist requires a sincere interest in working with and supporting adult and teen parents, their children and their overall health and development.  The Parenting Support Specialist is responsible for the following: providing school and home-based case management services to students in the ELECT program, conducting parenting education classes at Congreso office location and in community and school settings, conducting home visits, the development and/or review of goal plans, referral connection and follow-up, advocacy, data collection and data entry as well as submission of programmatic reports.

  • Congreso de Latinos Unidos, Inc., a dynamic nonprofit, is currently seeking a part-time Group Facilitator Coordinator to work within its Education and Workforce Services division. The part-time Group Facilitators are responsible for working with their supervisors to develop and implement lesson plans for elementary, middle or high school aged youth. Lesson plans will concentrate on language arts, math, science, political science, health, arts, recreation, and life skills.  Group Facilitators are responsible for facilitating classes, and helping program participants with homework.

  • Congreso de Latinos Unidos, Inc., a dynamic nonprofit, is currently seeking a part-time Data and Compliance Specialist to work within its Education and Workforce Services (EWS) division. This position is responsible for providing support to the Next Step program and assist with data collection and entry, quality assurance, file maintenance and WIOA audit compliance. This position will work closely with the Adult Education Data Coordinator and the Next Step program’s management team to ensure timely and accurate data entry, adherence to WIOA compliance standards, filing for clients enrolled in the Next Step program and assist in achieving the program’s outcomes and long-term goals.