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  • asha.weinstein@sjsu.edu
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      Kaye Bock <kbock@...>
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      Subject: Full Time Positions


      MCRC, New York City and Oakland CA
      Job Posting: Operations Analyst

      MDRC a leading public policy research organization, designs and studies
      programs intended to increase the economic and personal well-being of
      individuals from low-income families. MDRC builds knowledge by evaluating
      the effectiveness of social programs and actively disseminates research
      findings to policy makers, government officials and program operators.
      MDRC's current areas of research include welfare reform, community
      initiatives, education, children and youth.

      Summary Description

      As a member of the Work Support Center (WSC) team, the successful
      candidate will provide administrative and technical support to MDRC staff
      and consultants. Working directly with project management, the Operations
      Analyst will assist in:
      * Identifying and establishing field visits to prospective candidate
      sites,
      * Documenting and participating in site visits and team meetings,
      * Preparing proposals and funder reports,
      * Writing memoranda and field reports,
      * Providing program-related support to the WSC team and sites,
      * Contributing to report preparation and publications, and
      * Helping in the development of the national demonstration.

      Qualifications

      A minimum of two years of experience, administering and/or delivering
      employment and training services and public benefit programs for
      low-income individuals; preferably in a organization specializing in one
      or more of the following areas: workforce development, income support,
      social services, or welfare-to-work. Candidates must have strong written
      and oral communication skills. Experience in or knowledge of project
      planning, budget and project management, project coordination and
      technical assistance. Candidates should demonstrate sensitivity to
      working in diverse communities and ability to relate to program
      management, staff and community residents. Excellent administrative,
      organizational, and interpersonal skills required. Salary commensurate
      with experience.

      Please send resume and cover letter to:

      Human Resources Department
      Operations Analyst Position
      MDRC
      16 East 34th Street, 19th Floor
      New York, New York 10016
      Fax: (212) 532-8453
      Email: hresourc@...

      As an Equal Opportunity Employer, MDRC strongly encourages minorities,
      women, Vietnam-era veterans, and persons with disabilities to apply. Legal
      work authorization required.

      Posting Date: April 22, 2003
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      MDRC, New York City and Oakland
      Job Posting: Operations Associate

      MDRC a leading public policy research organization, designs and studies
      programs intended to increase the economic and personal well-being of
      individuals from low-income families. MDRC builds knowledge by evaluating
      the effectiveness of social programs and actively disseminates research
      findings to policy makers, government officials and program operators.
      MDRC's current areas of research include welfare reform, community
      initiatives, education, children and youth.
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      Summary Description

      MDRC seeks an Operations Associate to join as a member of the Work Support
      Center demonstration team, either located in MDRC's New York City or
      Oakland office. This is an opportunity to participate at the ground floor
      in the development, start-up and implementation of a new demonstration
      aimed at assisting low-wage workers to gain access to a full complement of
      financial work supports, together with retention and advancement services
      as a means to advance in the workplace. As member of the team, the
      Operations Associate will be responsible for:

      * Identifying and conducting site visits to candidate sites for selection
      into the demonstration.
      * Assisting in the development of the program intervention at the local
      level.
      * Providing technical assistance and program-related support to selected
      sites.
      * Monitoring, program planning, implementation, and operations in selected
      program locations.
      * Serving as a site liaison between selected sites and project management.
      * Contributing to teams' writing tasks, including proposals, technical
      assistance tools, publications and memoranda.
      * Participating in team meetings, including cross site conferences

      Qualifications

      A minimum of four years working in a management position in the workforce
      development system (the WIB administrative staff, or contract staff).
      Bachelor's degree is required; advanced degree with social science
      background is preferred. Prospective candidates should possess the
      following requisite qualifications:
      * Evidence of thorough knowledge of workforce development, especially
      experience with the Workforce Investment Act (WIA), One-Stop operations,
      WIA adult performance measures and employer services.
      * Knowledge of income support programs (i.e., Food Stamps, Medicaid, child
      care subsidies, and children's health insurance program)
      * Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks simultaneously
      and meet deadlines.
      * Ability to collaborate and work with a diverse program team
      * Excellent written and oral communication skills, as well as analytical
      ability.
      * Ability and willingness to travel
      * Demonstrated sensitivity to working in diverse communities and the
      ability to relate to program management staff, site staff, community
      residents and program clients.
      * Excellent interpersonal skills

      Please send resume and cover letter to:

      Human Resources Department
      Operations Associate Position
      MDRC
      16 East 34th Street, 19th Floor
      New York, New York 10016
      Fax: (212) 532-8453
      Email: hresourc@...

      As an Equal Opportunity Employer, MDRC strongly encourages minorities,
      women, Vietnam-era veterans, and persons with disabilities to apply. Legal
      work authorization required.

      Posting Date: April 22, 2003
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