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Assistance League of Los Angeles exists to turn despair into hope amongst LA’s most vulnerable population: children living in poverty. Our programs provide educational support, arts enrichment, quality preschool, school uniforms and supplies, and emergency clothing and supplies to foster children. The League helps remove barriers to education, helping disadvantaged kids stay in school so they may lead fulfilling, productive lives.


Court Referred Volunteer Center (CRVC) Referral Specialist (Van Nuys) 
Court Referred Volunteer Center (CRVC) , an agency of the Assistance League, is responsible for helping Los Angeles non-profit and public agencies recruit and manage the volunteers they need to successfully deliver on their missions. The CRVC program, which places more than 50,000 court-ordered volunteers with over 350 agencies every year, is currently recruiting a CRVC Referral Specialist. This position is located in Van Nuys, California, and will be required to work in other locations as needed.

Overview of Position:

This position will refer Court-Referred Volunteers (CRV) to participating non-profit organizations throughout the Los Angeles area, where they perform court-ordered work assignments. This position is also responsible for maintaining a positive working relationship with other Court Referred Volunteer Center (CRVC) staff, court personnel, and outside contacts.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

-Interviews Court Referred Volunteers (CRV) and maintains control of interview process.

-Ensures CRV referrals are consistent with court orders.

-Maintains accurate CRVC information in client files.

-Performs daily inspections of own CRVC intake work.

-Maintains confidentiality of CRVC staff and client records.

-Reconciles client intake fees collected and transaction records.

-Maintains business attire suitable for Court environment.

-Answers phones and performs various clerical duties.

-Attends CRVC meetings as required.

-Provides coverage in various satellite office locations as needed.

-Treats all clients equally and with dignity and respect.

-Performs other duties as assigned.


-Valid California Driver’s License.

-Have own transportation and a clean DMV record.

-Must successfully pass background check.

-Valid/Current Automobile Insurance.

-Enthusiastic team player.

-Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.

-Solid inter-personal communication skills.

-Ability to work independently.

Education and Experience:

-Two years of college or equivalent in office experience.

-Customer Service and clerical/office experience.

-Demonstrated experience working within a multi-task environment.

-Proficient Spanish speaking/writing a plus.

-Cash-handling experience in service-oriented environment an asset.

How to apply:

Interested applicants should email their resume and cover letter in MS Word format only. Women, veterans and minorities are encouraged to apply, EEO.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $14.00 /hour

Inventory & Warehouse Specialist

Full-time (7.5 hours daily)

Location: Los Angeles 90038

The mission of Assistance League of Los Angeles® is to improve the lives of impoverished children in our community through philanthropy, dedicated service, and compassionate programs. We are currently seeking an Inventory & Warehouse Specialist in our Los Angeles 90038 location. The Inventory & Warehouse Specialist (IWS) oversees the inventory of clothing and other supplies necessary for service at Operation School Bell (OSB) locations, including the Los Angeles workspace and stockroom, separate warehouse facility, OSB on Wheels trailer and other storage areas. The IWS is also responsible for communicating inventory supply needs and levels to supervisors, and for promoting the services of OSB and Assistance League® of Los Angeles (the League) through excellent communication and working relationships with co-workers, members, volunteers, clients, vendors, and others.

Operation School Bell provides more than 5,300 underserved elementary-age school children in Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) with new school clothes and supplies, enhancing their self-esteem and chance to succeed. For many children, this may be their first time to get new clothes. The children are so excited that they often wear their new shoes and clothing back to school.

OSB on Wheels is a fully outfitted “traveling closet”, which allows us to extend our services to children who are unable to visit our location in Los Angeles. OSB on Wheels serves every district within the LAUSD.

Essential Job Responsibilities:


  • Regularly receives merchandise from manufacturers, checks the accuracy of orders received and signs off on the inventory (packing slip) upon confirming full receipt of goods
  • Inspects, counts and organizes the merchandise, and is responsible for stocking and storage of merchandise at several different OSB sites including Los Angeles, OSB On Wheels, and off-site storage areas
  • Unloads, unpacks, and puts away merchandise
  • At times, picks up items purchased for OSB from local manufacturers using company vehicle
  • Maintains Master Inventory records using inventory software and makes timely updates as inventory is received and distributed
  • Provides regular accurate reports (verbal and written) of inventory levels and needs
  • Updates annual calendar as events, activities and tasks are scheduled
  • Maintains separate itemized inventory records specific to each storage area
  • Maintains sufficient levels of clothing, books, dictionaries and other supplies at all times
  • Works with supervisor and buyers to place orders efficiently in order to manage budget and ensure items are not under- or over-stocked
  • Receives and/or picks up in-kind donations. Inventories donations and provides an in-kind donation receipt to donor.
  • Ensures all OSB facilities are safely and neatly maintained at all times, and ensures offsite storage areas and vehicles are locked when not in use
  • Uses van and truck  for OSB business only; submits receipts for gasoline and maintenance using approved form and procedure
  • Pulls, preps and loads necessary inventory into Wheels truck and/or van
  • Manages stocking of all inventory by size in Wheels truck
  • Upon arrival at school, manages set up of chairs, tables and canopies, as well as all merchandise and supplies
  • Breaks down boxes, unwraps clothing, laces shoes, and restocks items from van
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Work Schedule:

  • Regular hours are 9:00am, Monday-Friday, except on OSB Wheels days or as directed by supervisor
  • OSB Wheels days start at 6:30am at specific sites on scheduled days
  • Occasional weekend work, typically around special events, is required

Education and Experience:

  • Extensive experience in all aspects of inventory management and control, preferably in a similar environment or the retail sector
  • Computer and Internet skills including proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite: Word, Excel, and Outlook required; previous experience with inventory management software highly preferred
  • Experience tracking and managing budget expenditures
  • Strong customer service skills and experience working with individuals of all ages, including children
  • Experience working with and assisting others in a diverse setting


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Must maintain a clean driving record at all times
  • Must maintain and be able to provide proof of personal automobile insurance at all times
  • Must maintain courteous and professional demeanor at all times
  • Must be able to spend periods of time driving, standing, walking, bending over, reaching, lifting and performing other physical duties, both indoors and outdoors
  • Must be able to frequently lift, move and carry materials and boxes weighing up to fifty (50) pounds.
  • Must be able to operate lift gate, hand truck and other equipment as needed
  • Must be able to perform all duties in a safe manner

Salary Range:

$14.00 – $18.00 per hour, commensurate with experience


Preschool Teacher

Overview of Position:
Plan, supervise and implement an age-appropriate curriculum for children and design activities to meet each child’s needs. Must ensure the development and safety of children in compliance with relevant federal, state and municipal legislation and policies. Must be respectful of children and parents and ensure that equipment and facilities are clean, safe and well maintained.

Essential Job Responsibilities:
• Develop an age-appropriate curriculum that focuses on the needs of each child in accordance with State Department of Education, Child Development Division and Desired Results standards
• Direct activities of the teaching team/teacher’s assistants under your supervision
• Actively supervise children in your care in the classroom, on the playground and during other class activities at all times. Teaching staff supervise children primarily by sight. Supervision for short intervals by sound is permissible as long as teachers check frequently on children who are out of sight: quiet area, nap time, outdoors, restroom, dramatic play area, library, writing table, block area, hallways and sick room
• Set up children’s portfolio system for organizing children’s observations and forms of evidence and documentation
• Complete annual Environment Rating Scale for the designated classroom
• Maintain records of each child’s progress, development and behavior for periodic reports to parents
• Submit a monthly lesson plan based upon Desired Results standards
• Maintain an attractive, safe, clean, orderly and happy classroom environment
• Be familiar with emergency procedures
• Provide weekly and monthly schedules of curriculum activities
• Prepare and serve meals and snacks in accordance with nutritional guidelines following the CACFP regulations
• Discuss all concerns regarding children, parents, co-workers or volunteers with the Programs Director or Director of Children’s Services
• Assist in the development of appropriate curriculum activities which comply with Title 22, Title V, CACFP, ECERS and best practices
• Attend mandatory CDE/CACFP training and meetings as needed
• Other duties as assigned

Education and Experience:
• Six months work experience working with children in a preschool setting
• Effective communication skills

• California Teacher’s credential in Child Development or minimum of 24 Early Childhood Education units and continuing professional development
• Minimum of one year of classroom teaching
• Fingerprint clearance from the Department of Justice, FBI, and Child Abuse Index
• Health and Safety Certificate
• Health clearance with proof of TB test and CPR/First Aid certification


How to apply:
Interested candidates should email their cover letter and resume in MS Word format only to:  Women, veterans and minorities are encouraged to apply, EEO.



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