Working at CitySquare is not just a career. It’s a calling.Interested in becoming a poverty fighter? Check out our list of current job openings below and send your resume to careers@CitySquare.org to apply for the positions in which you are interested.
Position: Food Operations Manager (posted: 7.22.2016)
Number of Openings: 1Department: FoodStatus: Full-TimeSchedule: Business hours, flexible hours as needed.POSITION SUMMARYThe Food Operations Manager is responsible for managing the operation of the food pantry, café space and catering at the Opportunity Center. He/She will be responsible for recruiting, training, and managing all employees, volunteers and AmeriCorps members. Ongoing compliance with all safety and health department regulations and guidelines; and the efficient and effective procurement, storage and rotation of all inventory.Assist Director, Hospitality Programs with programs requirements and ongoing operations in commercial kitchen and café space. The Food Operations Manager will work with other City Square programs and develop new community partnerships that further the mission of City Square. He/She will be an expert and advocate in the field as well as an innovator who continually seeks out improvements to both process and outcomes.Manage the operation of Food Pantry. Support the finish out, implementation, start-up and ongoing operation of the CitySquare Café and support the development of CitySquare Catering Operations. Maintain and model a high level of service quality at all times and ensure neighbors and guests are served in an efficient, effective, respectful and timely manner. Ensure areas of responsibility are in full compliance with all safety policies and procedures, as well as responsibility of full compliance with all health department regulations and requirements. Support the hospitality workforce program. Collaborate with vendors, employers, neighbors, donors and CitySquare team members.QUALIFICATIONSEducation: Bachelor’s degree preferred.Experience: 5 years of management experience with financial oversight preferred.ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTSAble to communicate with different audiences, including Executive Management and the Board of Directors. Willing and able to collaborate with other CitySquare Departments as well as external partners.
Position: Medical Assistant (Posted 7.11.2016)
Number of Openings: 2Department: Community Health ServicesStatus: Full-Time and Part-TimeSchedule: Business hours, flexible hours as needed.POSITION SUMMARYThe Medical Assistant is responsible for providing medical assistance to the physicians/care providers at the Community Health Center by performing various patient care duties. He/she will prepare patients for examination and treatment, assist the physicians/care providers with procedures, perform laboratory tests and functions, and educate patients on their plan of treatment. The Medical Assistant is also responsible for cleaning and preparing the examination rooms, ordering supplies, performing quality control and safety procedures, among other responsibilities.QUALIFICATIONSEducation: High school diploma or GED required. Certificate of Completion as a Medical Assistant from a recognized school required.Experience: One (1) year of experience in a clinic setting preferred.Licensure: Registered Medical Assistant or Certified Medical Assistant preferred.Additional Requirements: Bilingual in English/Spanish required. Basic knowledge of computers and data entry. Ability to work occasional flexible hours as requested.
POSITION: AMERICORPS MEMBER (posted 7.11.2016)
Number of Openings: 10Departments: Financial Empowerment, Neighbor Support Services, Community Life, TRAC (Transition Resource Action Center), Hospitality Workforce Training, The Cottages at Hickory CrossingStatus: Part-Time, 35 hours per weekSchedule: Monday-Friday, 35 hours per week. Members will serve from September 6 – December 23, 2016.POSITION SUMMARYCitySquare’s AmeriCorps Fall 2016 members serve vulnerable populations in the Dallas area. Members serve to fulfill neighbors’ needs regarding food, housing, case management, financial empowerment, workforce skill development and/or life skills training. The AmeriCorps member housed in the TRAC program will assist at-risk youth ages 18-24 transitioning from substitute care toward self-sufficiency, with individualized support, planning, and access to community services.Fall 2016 positions are available in a variety of service settings; however primary duties in each setting include providing economically disadvantaged and homeless neighbors with community referrals related to food, mental and physical health, transportation, housing, employment, and other needs as determined through intake and assessment. These duties may be executed either in a single meeting or through ongoing support, depending on the program. This service opportunity is highly interpersonal, and requires that members serve well with others. Members must be able to accommodate changing service conditions and diverse points of view.Members also attend service projects and events, such as Make a Difference Day and National Swearing In Ceremony.Members receive a $2,800 living allowance (broken down and paid in biweekly installments) and a $1,527 education award (contingent upon successful completion of term).QUALIFICATIONSEducation: High School graduate required. College graduate preferred.Experience: Preferred one year experience in a non-profit setting as a paid employee or volunteer, and/or experience in social work, human service or a related field.Additional Requirements: Must be U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident (Deferred action and temporary permanent resident do not qualify). Must have reliable transportation and a commitment to make a difference!HOW TO APPLYQualified applicants should go online to find an application for service: http://citysquare.org/becomeamember/Or, you can request an application by emailing americorps@CitySquare.orgAfter filling out the 2016 – 2017 application, please submit it to americorps@CitySquare.org
Position: Staff Accountant (posted 6.23.2016)
Number of Openings: 1Department: FinanceStatus: Full-TimeSchedule: Business hours, flexible hours as needed.POSITION SUMMARYPerform practices and procedures required to maintain general ledgers and assist with preparation of full accrual monthly financial statements in accordance with GAAP, Federal, State and City rules, regulations and ordinances. Develop and review complex financial and account reporting requirements. Research and analyze technical transactions to resolve questions and validate data; assure fiscal accountability and fund integrity for transactions and supporting documentation. Assist in creation and maintenance of internal controls, policies, and procedures to safeguard the assets of CitySquare.Manage and support Accounts Receivable activities and streamline job functions to support the grants, contracts and agreements. Bank reconciliations-researching and resolving outstanding items greater than 30 days and reconciliation of payroll transaction (tax withholding, benefits, garnishments, etc.) and of general ledger accounts from statements, invoices, etc. Interface with various departments throughout the organization with a bends towards customer service.QUALIFICATIONSEducation: Bachelor’s degree in business related field from an accredited school.Experience: Two (2) years professional experience that has led to a comprehensive knowledge of financial accounting functions with all phases and parts of the accounting cycle. Work experience in a non-profit environment preferred. Sage Fund Accounting software experience preferred.Licensure / Certification: None required. CPA candidate preferred.Additional Requirements: Strong analytical skills. Strategic thinker, creative and innovative problem solver. Superior customer service and organizational skills, ability to meet deadlines. Excellent oral/written communication skills. Excellent electronic spreadsheet and word processing skills in a Windows/Microsoft environment. Must be able to accomplish accurate, detailed tasks.
Position: Case Manager (posted 6.13.2016)
Number of Openings: 2Department: Destination HomeStatus: Full-TimeSchedule: Business hours, flexible hours as needed.POSITION SUMMARYDestination Home Case Managers provide case management to chronically homeless individuals. Applicants should have knowledge and experience in Mental Health. Addictive Disorders, Benefits Eligibility and working with the homeless. They provide communication and support through established agencies and guidelines available through non-profit and government agencies. Case Managers also follow through to achieve successful placement and ongoing support to individuals and families. The overall goal is to help participants to continue living independently in their own apartments.Responsible for conducting intakes and assessments, developing individualized short and long term goals/plans. Facilitate life skill classes for program participants. Provide comprehensive case management services to participants. Act as an advocate for program participants with the landlord and partner agencies to enhance communication and service delivery.QUALIFICATIONSEducation: Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, or a related field, is required.Experience: One (1) year experience in social work, experience working with the homeless preferred.Licensure/Certification: LBSW preferred, but not requiredAdditional Requirements: Bilingual in English/Spanish preferred. Must be proficient in MS Word, Excel and Outlook. Ability to work occasional flexible hours as requested. Must have a valid driver license and reliable transportation.
Position: Resource Coach (5.31.2016)
Number of Openings: 1Department: WorkPathsStatus: Full-TimeSchedule: Business hours, flexible hours as needed.POSITION SUMMARYProvide one-on-one resource coaching for neighbors who are enrolled in asset building services at the Opportunity Center. Coach will use a co-active coaching relationship to help neighbors access income support services to implement a crucial aspect of the Working Families Success Model. Coach will serve neighbors who may have experienced mental health, substance abuse issues, or the effects of homelessness and re-entry. Coach will use social work skills to address these needs, connect neighbors to services and coach neighbors to progress towards self-identified goals.Additionally, coach will work together with the WorkPaths team to engage neighbors in the outreach and interview process, facilitate soft skills education on relevant topics in a group setting, and strive to maintain post-graduation engagement.QUALIFICATIONSEducation/Experience: Bachelor’s degree required. Bachelor’s in Social Work, or a related field preferred.Minimum Knowledge, Skills and Abilities required: One to five years of experience directly with clients who may be experiencing substance abuse, re-entry and/or homelessness. Familiarity with principles of co-active coaching preferred.Licensure/Certification: LBSW preferred, but not requiredAdditional Requirements: Must be proficient in MS Word, Excel, and Outlook. Must be able to work occasional flexible hours as requested, including some evenings. Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation
Position: Homeless Outreach Worker /Case Manager (posted 5.31.2016)
Number of Openings: 1Department: NSS (Neighbor Support Services)Status: Full-TimeSchedule: Business hours, flexible hours as needed.POSITION SUMMARYOutreach and Case Management with chronic homeless participants, requiring knowledge of and experience in Mental Health, Addictive Disorders and Benefits Eligibility, especially as it relates to the homeless. The position involves moving homeless neighbors from the streets, into “bridge” housing and then into Permanent Support Housing, while maintaining a relationship with the neighbor.QUALIFICATIONSEducation: Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field.Experience: One (1) year experience working with homeless population.Licensure/Certification: Current Texas Social Work license preferred.Additional Requirements: Must be proficient in MS Word, Excel, and Outlook. Ability to work occasional flexible hours as requested. Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.
Position: Workforce Advocate (posted 3.28.2016)
Number of Openings: 1Department: WorkPathsStatus: Full-TimeSchedule: Business hours, flexible hours as needed.POSITION SUMMARYThe Workforce Advocate will assist in creating and completing an employment strategy that will successfully meet the needs of both employers and the communities we serve. He/she will be an advocate for the neighbor who understands the employment needs of neighbors and the barriers they may face. He/she will educate employers about the specific needs of the neighbor populations CitySquare serves. The Workforce Advocate will create strategies in collaboration with employers, CitySquare staff, and neighbors to maximize retention after job placement. The Workforce Advocate will work directly with Neighbor Support Services to ensure neighbors in WorkPaths programs are accessing case management and financial empowerment services. The Workforce Advocate will also be responsible for creating a process for both short and long term employment placements. He/She will also collaborate with internal CitySquare departments, external community, public, and corporate partners to identify ways to enhance CitySquare WorkPaths offerings that lead to new skills, education opportunities, and/or jobs for our neighbors.QUALIFICATIONSEducation/Experience: Bachelor’s degree plus three (3) years’ experience in workforce development and/or sales or a related field OR High School diploma plus five (5) years’ experience in workforce development and/or sales or a related field.Minimum Knowledge, Skills and Abilities required: Passionate with the desire to see people’s lives transformed. Motivated self-starter with the ability to work with diverse populations. Must be an organized, confident, articulate public speaker who is a team player. Demonstrate ability to successfully develop work opportunities and assist with placing individuals in jobs. Ideal candidate is detail-oriented and demonstrates the ability to work with minimal supervision and to produce timely written reports.Additional Requirements: Proficient in Microsoft Office applications. Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation, must be able to work occasional over-time and flexible hours as requested.
Position: VISTA Member (posted 5.5.2015)
Find more information about this position here: VISTA Position Overview.
Position: PAL Training Facilitator
Department: (TRAC) Transition Resource Action CenterStatus: PRNSchedule: Hours vary dependent on training needsPOSITION SUMMARY
The PAL Training Facilitator is responsible for the 40-hour Preparation for Adult Living Curriculum developed for TRAC’s PAL contract with Child Protective Services. The Facilitator must be available to lead trainings on weeknights and/or Saturdays during the school year, or weekdays during the summer.QUALIFICATIONS
Education: Bachelor’s Degree (secondary education or special education preferred), unless requirement is waived by CPSExperience: At least 2 years of experience in working with groups of youth; work with at-risk youth a plus.Licensure/Certification: N/AAdditional Requirements:Employee will be required to provide the following:
1) A valid, Texas driver’s license;
2) Proof of vehicle liability insurance;
3) Verification and disclosure of driving record;
4) Verification and disclosure of criminal history; and
5) Verification and disclosure of child abuse/neglect history (provided by DFPS).CitySquare is committed to the maximum utilization of all human resources and the goal of Equal Employment Opportunity. These objectives are reflected in all aspects of our daily operations. CitySquare shall continue to recruit, hire, train, compensate and promote in all job categories without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, except where age or sex are bona fide occupational qualifications, or where disability is a bona fide occupational disqualification.