Our Mission

We, people of faith, called by our traditions to compassion have created an organization where we gather in mutual respect, dialogue and cooperative action to provide a connection between communities of faith and the community at large.

Our unique human services agency has over 350 employees currently providing business, employee assistance, child care, job search assistance, and community support to people in 12 locations throughout Houston and the surrounding counties. We pride ourselves in our work culture and team-building philosophy.

Interfaith Culture

Interfaith of the Woodlands is dedicated to making a difference in our community. To assist us in achieving our mission, we have created a work culture for our employees that embraces diversity and inclusiveness, upholds quality and accountability, is collaborative, innovative, caring and fun! We offer competitive benefits and pride ourselves in our team-building philosophy.

Locations:                               Interfaith of The Woodlands
Job Posting Date:                 November 19, 2020
Job Title:                                 Development Associate 
Hours:                                      Part-time

Description:

  • Provide administrative support to the Development Department, assisting with fund development efforts for both Interfaith of The Woodlands and Interfaith Community Clinic
  • Primary duties:
  •  Gift Processing – 30%
  • Process all incoming contributions
  • Prepare and mail donor acknowledgement letters
  • Track all pledges and pledge fulfillment progress
  • Manage Honorary and Memorial Gift acknowledgement processes
  • Oversee Monthly Donor records
  • Maintain up to date records of major gift donors
  • Develop and maintain policies and procedures for all gift processing activities
  • – Database Management – 35%
  • Ensure accuracy and integrity of donor databases
  • Perform weekly audits on data
  • Prepare income reports, mailing lists and other exported data requests as needed
  • Create online registration platforms for various donor initiatives as needed
  • Develop and maintain policies and procedures for all database management protocols
  • – Budgeting – 20%
  • Track revenues and expenses
  • Run detail reports on R/E based on departmental sub categories
  • Prepare and maintain all check requisitions, along with related contracts, invoices, etc.
  • Develop and maintain policies and procedures for all budgetary exercises
  • – Grant Activity – 15%
  • Monitor Grant Application and Reporting Calendar
  • Manage Foundation files
  • Remain updated on community demographics and other statistics commonly required for grant applications, keeping files on all resources
  • Prepare grant applications for completion by Director
  • Research new grant opportunities
  • Develop and maintain policies and procedures for all grant activity
  • General Support – 10%
  • Manage inventory of all departmental office and event supplies
  • Assemble meeting materials as requested
  • Prepare correspondence pieces as needed
  • Contribute to monthly activity reports
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

College degree preferred and 3 to 5 years relevant experience, promoting organizational mission throughout the community. Experience in print and digital advertising sales preferred, but not required. Strong verbal/written communication and presentation skills. Must be organized, detail oriented and able to work in a team environment. Must be able to work independently.

Compensation:                      Based on background and experience

Location:                                 Interfaith Hand Me Up Shop
Job Posting Date:                 September 11, 2020
Job Title:                                 Inventory Associate-PT
Hours:                                      Part-time

Description:
Function as Inventory Associate for the Interfaith Hand Me Up Shop resale store by receiving and picking up donations, working with volunteers and staff in the workroom and on the sales floor to ensure heavy inventory stock is moved safely. Heavy lifting is an essential function of this job as moving of donations, boxes, bins and furniture, etc. are daily activities of this position at the Hand Me Up Shop. Must be able to drive a 15 foot box truck to assist with donation pickup.

  • Provide excellent customer service to customers, clients and donors
  • Support Interfaith in creating a positive working environment for staff, volunteers, and customers
  • Follow procedures and process for furniture donations and intake of the Hand Me Up Shop
  • Follow directive for daily plan with management and staff required to operate and maintain the Hand Me Up Shop inventory
  • Able to work with power tools: i.e. sanders, drills, skill saws for light carpentry and furniture repair as needed
  • Maintain clean working area, including workroom, showroom and outside of building
  • Move furniture in safe and non-damaging manner
  • Support Interfaith in disaster recovery efforts
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director

Qualifications:

High school education level, customer service experience preferred, furniture retail and/or moving experience preferred. Must be able to lift 50 pounds continually. Must reside within 15 miles of 77381 zip code. Experience with diverse populations, nonprofits, and customer service preferred. Strong organization skills, and attention to details, ability to multitask, and ability to work independently and on collaborative projects. Basic knowledge of computers and Microsoft Office Suite.

Compensation:                      Based on background and experience

Location:                                 Interfaith Child Development Center
Job Posting Date:                 July 31, 2020
Job Title:                                 Nurse
Hours:                                      Part-time

Description:                         

To administer medication when needed, assess illnesses, maintain clinic and children medical files, and communicate with parents concerning their child’s health issues.  Provide administrative support for interfaith teachers, Front Office Staff, and the Director.

  • Provides assessment of sick and/or injured children and staff members
  • Administers medication to children as needed
  • Create and maintain files for students in compliance with state licensing regarding medication and health, keeps Procare up to date including all immunization and allergy records
  • Aware of attendance and sickness of students
  • Create and distribute health checks and files accordingly as per State regulations
  • Writes monthly article for Newsletter
  • Attend staff meetings, office meetings, and school wide events
  • Assist with car lines and helps with front office as needed
  • Answers emails and replies within 24 hours
  • Available to close the school 1 day a week if needed
  • Keeps track of all hearing and vision and coordinates visits with the Director or Assistant Director
  • Checks on fire, evacuation and weather drills
  • Provides training to new hires on emergency procedure and health and safety
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director

Qualifications:
Nursing experience required, pediatric nursing preferred.  Intermediate to advanced computer skills.

Compensation:                      Based on background and experience

Location:                                 Interfaith Child Development Center
Job Posting Date:                 August 28, 2020
Job Title:                                 Substitute Teachers
Hours:                                      Morning & Afternoons Positions
2:30 pm – 6:00 available

Description:                         

  • Provide childcare for various age groups (18 months to PreKindergarten)
  • Excellent child/staff ratios
  • Organized curriculum
  • Loving, nurturing environment

Qualifications:
Prior childcare experience helpful, minimum age 18, high school graduate, excellent interpersonal skills. Requires a flexible individual who enjoys working with children.

Compensation:                      Based on background and experience

Location:                                 Interfaith Child Development Center
Job Posting Date:                 September 24, 2020
Job Title:                                 Office Admin Assistant
Hours:                                      Part-time – afternoons

Description:                         

  • Provide administrative support to ICDC Registrar an Director as well as other duties assigned.                                           
    • Responsible for providing general administrative support to ICDC office staff
    • Able to assist with last minute classroom coverage
    • Able to provide support during carlines
    • Provide support for closing and opening the school as needed
    • Medication Administration – clinic (previous training)
    • Assist Registrar with documents and during time of enrollment
    • Able to place school supply orders
    • Hours: 5 hours per day – Monday-Friday 1pm to 6pm
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Director

Qualifications:

Excellent interpersonal skills are a requirement for this position.  Must be able to handle multiple tasks, which would require flexibility and organizational skills.  Able to maintain discretion in handling confidential information.  Strong writing and computer skills. Working knowledge of procedures regarding emergencies and discipline, as well as other child-related procedures, and knowledge of the “State of Texas Minimum Standards for Pre-Schools and Day Care Centers”.  Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, complex office setting with multiple demands and competing priorities.

Compensation:                      Based on background and experience

Location:                                 Interfaith Child Development Center
Job Posting Date:                 October 8, 2020
Job Title:                               Lead Teacher – Spanish Enrichment
Hours:                                      Part-time  

Description:                         

    • Responsible for teaching, caring for, and supervising children. Writing and implementing lesson plans, communicating with parents, attending all staff meetings and other school events, and other duties as assigned by the Director.
      • Supervisor children at all times
      • Provide Support in the office when needed if classes are canceled due to events
      • Back up for other teachers / classrooms as needed
      • Attend to children at all times
      • Prepare lesson plans and implement daily activities that follow the curriculum in the assigned classes under the direction of the Director and/or Assistant Director
      • Prepare the learning environment / implementation of curriculum / assisting during lunch for the children as needed
      • Prepare assessments for children
      • Attend staff meetings and events
      • Keep supplies organized for lesson plans
      • Attend staff meetings
      • Share housekeeping responsibilities
      • Display strong and deep knowledge of subject matter content
      • Provide 30 hours of professional development each year
      • Working knowledge of procedures regarding emergencies and discipline
      • Have knowledge of Minimum Standards by State of Texas
      • Perform other duties as assigned by the Director

Qualifications:
Lead teacher experience preferred, minimum age 18, and high school graduate, excellent interpersonal skills, nurturing disposition. Requires a flexible individual who enjoys working with children.

Compensation:                      Based on background and experience

Location:                                 Interfaith Child Development Center
Job Posting Date:                 October 8, 2020
Job Title:                               Assistant Teacher
Hours:                                    Part-time & Full-Time Shifts  

Description:

Responsible for supervising, and caring for preschoolers, assist in planning and implementing the daily program under the direction of the Lead Teacher. Supervise the class when left in charge, communicating with parents, attending all staff meetings and other school events, and other duties as assigned by the Director.
* Attend and supervise children at all times
* Assist in planning and implementing daily activities that follow the curriculum under the direction of the lead teacher
* Assist in planning and preparing the learning environment, setting up centers an preparing needed materials and supplies
* Familiarize yourself with emergency and evacuation routes and procedures
* Assume and equal share of the housekeeping responsibilities
* Assume responsibility during major school cleaning times, sanitize toys, washing toys, closets etc.
* Assume lead responsibilities when lead is absent by following lesson plans, and daily class schedule under the supervision of the Director
* Keep open communication with all members of the team at all times via email or verbal
* Provide 30 hours of professional development from the date of hire (and 24 additional for new employees before start working) per year
* Have working knowledge of procedures regarding emergencies and discipline, as other procedures outlined in the ICDC Operation Policies
* Attend parent’s club and school sponsored events if possible
* Attend staff meetings and in service days
* Have working knowledge of State of Texas Licensing Minimum Standards
* Treat each child, family and staff member with dignity and respect
* Maintain a professional attitude and loyalty to ICDC and Interfaith of The Woodlands at all times
* Perform other duties as assigned by the Director and classroom teacher

Qualifications:
Preschool teaching experience preferred, minimum age 18, high school graduate, excellent interpersonal skills. Nurturing disposition, requires a flexible individual who is loving, caring, and able to maintain a professional attitude at all times, enjoys working with children.

Compensation:                      Based on background and experience

Location:                    Conroe Career Office
Job Posting Date:    September 11, 2020
Closing Date:             Until Filled
Job Title:                    Personal Service Representative
Hours:                         Full-time

Description:
Helps residents get a job, keep a job or get a better job.  Guides customers in identifying work and career goals.  Plans, arranges, and manages Workforce Solutions services and other community services to help customers reach their goals; including knowing when to test & how to use tests as an assessment tool and financial planning – using the financial aid application with a detailed plan for income support while attending school. Identifying a job that provides experience leading to a better job to meet the customer’s financial goals. Identifying jobs using the customer’s skills that will meet the customer’s financial requirements.  Maintains close contact with customers to help them through each step toward their goals. Reports progress and outcomes in appropriate MIS.

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree & 1 yrs. exp in career consulting or other areas of HR preferred OR 4 yrs. of experience at WS & recommendation from most recent supervisor.  Knowledge of career counseling techniques, the workplace and jobs, including requirements for entry into work as well as knowledge of WS targeted industries and demand occupations, and WS services and delivery process. Proficient in Microsoft Windows and Office.

Compensation:
Based on background and experience

Location:                                 Customer Support Center at North Loop
West
Job Posting Date:                 October 22, 2020

Job Title:                                 Business Intelligence Analyst 
Hours:                                      Part-time

Description:
Will work with the management team to design and maintain effective reporting, analyses and presentation of performance data. The successful candidate will be able to listen to business needs and create systems to identify and track business trends across multiple systems and put them all together. The data analyst will provide regular performance and production information in detailed format for internal review and analysis and in dashboard form for stakeholder review and overview.
Responsibilities
* Acquires and presents data from all collected data sources
* Designs and schedules reports in proprietary software
* Develops and implements data analyses, data collection systems and other strategies that
optimize statistical efficiency and quality
* Works with management team and board staff to develop and implement
automated quality control plans
* Monitors performance and quality control plans to identify areas for improvement and
reports exceptions
* Develops measurement plans and dashboards, monitors metrics
* Collaborates with management team on ad-hoc analysis to uncover root cause of trends to
help predict future resource needs
* Responds to management requests to extract data, design and produce reports

Required Skills
* Expertise with T-SQL, queries and business intelligence software
* Proven work experience as a data analyst
* Strong analytical skills with the ability to collect, organize, analyze and disseminate
significant amounts of information with attention to detail and accuracy
* Knowledge of statistics and experience using statistical packages for analyzing datasets
* Experience with the following preferred: Tableau, Smartsheet, Sybase, Power BI, Excel
and Relational Database Management Systems
* Professional certification: “MCSA: SQL” would be a plus
* Excellent written, and verbal skills and math skills

Qualifications:
BS in Mathematics, Computer Science, Information Management or Statistics preferred, however. Relevant experience with SQL queries and business intelligence software may be used in lieu of degree

 

Compensation: Based on background and experience

Location:                                 Customer Support Center at North Loop West
Job Posting Date:                 September 9, 2020

Job Title:                                 Financial Aid Customer Support Specialist
Hours:                                      Full-time
(10:00am-7:00pm shift with rotating
Saturdays 8:00am-12:00pm)

Description:

Provides superior service to customers seeking assistance with training and/or

childcare in a fast paced, multi-functional call center environment. Counsels

customers via telephone regarding career planning and educational options, and helps customers obtain financial assistance and services in order to find a job. Assists customers with applications and required documents for financial assistance with childcare needs. Data entry & communication with internal/external customers (residents, Financial Aid Payment Office, approved schools, Workforce Solutions employees, etc.). Interactions are high volume via phone and/or other virtual communication methods.

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree preferred or high school diploma and 5 yrs relevant work experience. Min. 2 yrs exp in a call center environment. Superior customer service skills & commitment to timely resolution of customer issues. Ability to perform under pressure & meet deadlines. Strong organizational and time management skills with ability to manage multiple projects. Self-starter with ability to work independently with minimal supervision and collaboratively within a team environment. Strong problem solving skill. Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills. Bilingual (Spanish) preferred.

Compensation: Based on background and experience

Location:                    Cypress Career Office
Job Posting Date:    September 24, 2020
Closing Date:             Until Filled
Job Title:                     Personal Service Representative
Hours:                          Full-time

Description:
Helps residents get a job, keep a job or get a better job.  Guides customers in identifying work and career goals.  Plans, arranges, and manages Workforce Solutions services and other community services to help customers reach their goals; including knowing when to test & how to use tests as an assessment tool and financial planning – using the financial aid application with a detailed plan for income support while attending school. Identifying a job that provides experience leading to a better job to meet the customer’s financial goals. Identifying jobs using the customer’s skills that will meet the customer’s financial requirements.  Maintains close contact with customers to help them through each step toward their goals. Reports progress and outcomes in appropriate MIS.

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree & 1 yrs. exp in career consulting or other areas of HR preferred OR 4 yrs. of experience at WS & recommendation from most recent supervisor.  Knowledge of career counseling techniques, the workplace and jobs, including requirements for entry into work as well as knowledge of WS targeted industries and demand occupations, and WS services and delivery process. Proficient in Microsoft Windows and Office.

Compensation:
Based on background and experience

Location:                    Humble Career Office
Job Posting Date:    October 22, 2020
Closing Date:             Until Filled
Job Title:                     Personal Service Representative
Hours:                          Full-time

Description:
Helps residents get a job, keep a job or get a better job.  Guides customers in identifying work and career goals.  Plans, arranges, and manages Workforce Solutions services and other community services to help customers reach their goals; including knowing when to test & how to use tests as an assessment tool and financial planning – using the financial aid application with a detailed plan for income support while attending school. Identifying a job that provides experience leading to a better job to meet the customer’s financial goals. Identifying jobs using the customer’s skills that will meet the customer’s financial requirements.  Maintains close contact with customers to help them through each step toward their goals. Reports progress and outcomes in appropriate MIS.

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree & 1 yrs. exp in career consulting or other areas of HR preferred OR 4 yrs. of experience at WS & recommendation from most recent supervisor.  Knowledge of career counseling techniques, the workplace and jobs, including requirements for entry into work as well as knowledge of WS targeted industries and demand occupations, and WS services and delivery process. Proficient in Microsoft Windows and Office.

Compensation:
Based on background and experience

Location:                     Katy Career Office
Job Posting Date:     November 6, 2020
Closing Date:             Until Filled
Job Title:                     Resource Specialist
Hours:                          Full-time 

Description:
Helps customers to access basic self-help services through effective use of the resource library.  Is thoroughly familiar with electronic, print and other resources in order to make helpful suggestions depending on the customer’s individual needs and desires.   Suggests when customers may benefit from individual help from career office staff or other job seeking resources.  Understands entire office operations sufficiently to direct customers appropriately.

Qualifications:
H.S. or GED & 2 yrs. College preferred OR H.S. or GED & 2 yrs. customer service.  Has intermediate to advanced computer skills and able to provide instruction or guidance in computer operations & can provide technical assistance in software programs. (Bilingual preferred)

Compensation:
Based on background and experience

Location:                    Missouri City Career Office
Job Posting Date:      October 22, 2020
Closing Date:             Until Filled
Job Title:                     Personal Service Representative
Hours:                          Full-time

Description:
Helps residents get a job, keep a job or get a better job.  Guides customers in identifying work and career goals.  Plans, arranges, and manages Workforce Solutions services and other community services to help customers reach their goals; including knowing when to test & how to use tests as an assessment tool and financial planning – using the financial aid application with a detailed plan for income support while attending school. Identifying a job that provides experience leading to a better job to meet the customer’s financial goals. Identifying jobs using the customer’s skills that will meet the customer’s financial requirements.  Maintains close contact with customers to help them through each step toward their goals. Reports progress and outcomes in appropriate MIS.

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree & 1 yrs. exp in career consulting or other areas of HR preferred OR 4 yrs. of experience at WS & recommendation from most recent supervisor.  Knowledge of career counseling techniques, the workplace and jobs, including requirements for entry into work as well as knowledge of WS targeted industries and demand occupations, and WS services and delivery process. Proficient in Microsoft Windows and Office.

Compensation:
Based on background and experience

Location:                    Wharton Career Office
Job Posting Date:    November 6, 2020
Closing Date:             Until Filled
Job Title:                     Greeter
Hours:                          Full-time

Description:The Greeter is usually the first, and sometimes the only, contact a customer has with Workforce Solutions. The Greeter is the face of Workforce Solutions to many customers. She/He welcomes people as they enter the office. She/He listens to understand what each individual wants from us. The Greeter has the first responsibility to get every customer to the resource or staff member who can help that person.

Qualifications:
H.S. or GED & 2 yrs. college OR H.S. or GED & 2 yrs. customer service. Has intermediate to advanced computer skills and able to provide instruction or guidance in computer operations & can provide technical assistance in software programs.

Compensation:
Based on background and experience

Submit Your Resume

To apply for a position with Interfaith, interested applicants may email a cover letter (specifying desired position and location) and resume to:

Email to: recruiting@woodlandsinterfaith.org

To be eligible to apply for a posted position, you must meet the minimum hiring specifications for the position, be capable of performing the essential functions of the job, be an employee in good standing in terms of your overall work record, and generally have been in your current position for a minimum of six months.

Interfaith of The Woodlands is an equal opportunity employer.  Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. (please request reasonable accommodations a minimum of two business days in advance.) For Workforce Solutions applicants–Linda Pena 832-625-8240. For Interfaith of The Woodlands applicants– call 281-367-1230.

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