For over 135 years, Gladney’s vision has been creating the finest adoption experience possible while forging new paths in serving the mission of adoption.
Guided by our five basic principles of ethics, empathy, responsible communication, advocacy, and efficiency we believe that every child deserves a loving and caring family. Join us in making a difference in someone’s life every day!
Residential Coordinator - all shift
Do you have a passion for making a difference in the lives of teenage girls? The Gladney Center for Adoption provides a safe and nurturing environment for teenage girls who come from hard places and have experienced profound trauma. As a Residential Coordinator, you will be a valued member of the team with the passion to work with these young women to provide them a nurturing environment with structure and learning while they navigate their daily schedules and responsibilities.
- Provides a safe and nurturing learning environment for teenage girls.
- Assists youth with treatment goals, homework, self-regulation, hygiene plans.
- Facilitates daily schedules, meets time commitments and completion of daily tasks.
- Supports creation of nutritious menu’s, grocery shopping and supervision of preparing healthy meals and snacks under direction of the program coordinator.
- Models and teaches healthy connections with teens, self-management and coping skills, and safety through dependability and making good choices.
- Facilitates engaging interactions and recreational activities, outings, and social engagement.
- Transports youth to and from school, appointments, extracurricular activities, and outings.
- Complies with 24-hour awake supervision requirement.
- Dispenses medication and maintains accurate medication logs.
- Maintains residents, keeping facility clean and reports maintenance needs.
- Thoroughly documents shift experience and communicates needs of youth with supervisor and with other shifts based on licensing standards and Gladney policies.
- Maintains a trauma- informed lens when working with youth in all aspects of the assigned duties.
- Upholds a regulated and controlled communication and interaction with youth at all times.
- High school diploma or equivalent. Bachelor’s degree in human services field, preferred.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office Word, PowerPoint and Excel; Microsoft Teams
- Valid/current driver’s license. Must be able to drive at night.
- Physically able to use authorized crisis Intervention techniques, cook, clean, participate in programming activities, and carry and/or lift 25lbs.
- Experience with TBRI (Trust-Based Relational Intervention), SAMA, and Crisis Intervention techniques, preferred.
- Skilled in trauma- informed-care and meeting the complex needs of vulnerable children and youth.
- Experience working with adolescents and/or at-risk youth, preferably in a residential setting.
- Willing to work holidays, during inclement weather, and additional shifts as needed.
- Strong time management, responsive, accurate and team-oriented.
- Strong writing and verbal communication skills.
- High standards of confidentiality, trustworthiness, discretion and professionalism.
- Ability to work with minimum supervision.
Job Type: Full-time and Part-time
As a member of the Financial Operations team (FinOps), you will be a part of transforming Accounting to a Business Partner role by being both strategic and tactical, and working closely with the Controller, Chief Financial Officer and Internal Clients.
You will be responsible for helping to ensure a smooth monthly close process, including account reviews and reconciliations, adjusting entries, report production, development and presentation of financial and operational insights, and backing up the organization’s Controller in the execution of her duties.
The ability to build trusted relationships, exercise good judgment and work effectively across the organizational matrix and viewing Finance as a service organization are keys to success. Ability to assess, solve problems, anticipate, and take appropriate action is required, along with a strong knowledge of accounting principles.
- Help to define and implement a strong monthly close and reporting process across the FinOps organization.
- Be key point of contact for organization staff, whether it’s a point of escalation or primary point of contact for finance-related matters.
- Produce well-documented, timely and accurate work product, including account reconciliations, journal entries, accounting reviews and recurring and ad-hoc reporting.
- Work as a key leader in the organization, displaying and continuing to develop senior-level leadership competencies.
- Effectively communicate thoughts and interpretation of financial data to all levels within the organization.
- Participate in, and at times, lead process improvement projects to improve efficiencies, expand capabilities and improve overall service levels to the organization.
- Manage external reporting, as needed.
- Help to ensure timely and accurate processing and related duties related to Payroll.
- Supports organizational effectiveness activities including leadership development, change management.
- 3 years’ work experience in an Accounting and/or Financial Analysis role.
- Demonstrated ability to lead processes and produce timely, accurate work product.
- Experience in payroll and benefits
- Hands on experience in complex organizations
- Proficiency in automated accounting systems
- Proficiency in Microsoft Product Suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Demonstrated strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Experience in a Non-Profit accounting
- Proficiency with SAGE Accounting products (MIP specifically)
- Experience working with external auditors.
- Strong PowerPoint skills
- Strong Excel Skills
- Ability to work in teams and collaborate effectively.
- Strong ability to take the initiative and drive for results.
- Time management skills that enable on-time project delivery.
- Change management experience.
- Demonstrated ability to build strong, influential relationships and gain consensus.
- Strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
- Excellent time management, organizational skills and attention to detail.
Benefits & Perks
- Invest in your future
- Flexible PTO
- Time off when you need it
- Health, dental & vision coverage
- Comprehensive plans to suit your needs
- Mental health coverage
- Access to robust Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Adoption benefits
- Inclusion Advisory Council
- Our IDEA Corp. is an organization-wide advisory body, composed of employees to weigh in on Gladney’s D&I strategy and initiatives.
- Leadership opportunities
- Task force involvement
- Employee Relations Committee
- Continuing education opportunities
- Free CEUs
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Mission Statement
Gladney strives to ensure we are culturally respectful and inclusive in our words, actions, work, and mindset. This means creating a diverse environment and a culture that represents our clients, our team, and our Board. Diversity, equity, and inclusion are important for our future as we continue to fulfill our mission.
Gladney values diversity & inclusion and is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. All individuals seeking employment at Gladney are considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status, ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected characteristic. We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified applicants with disabilities in our job application and recruitment process. If you need assistance, or an accommodation, please contact Gladney's HR Department.