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: Volunteer Coordinator
Number of Openings: 1Department: DevelopmentStatus: Full-Time, Non-ExemptSchedule: Business hours, flexible hours as neededPOSITION SUMMARYAs part of the Development team, the Volunteer Coordinator manages all elements of volunteering: assessing and meeting organization’s needs through the recruitment, training, placement, recognition, and retention of volunteers. This includes scheduling orientations, maintaining public listings, and application/background check processing as well as maintaining accurate records in Raiser’s Edge.The Volunteer Coordinator is also responsible for community engagement such as volunteer fairs, United Way fairs, and organization tours. He/She will assist the Development team with other donor relations, events, tasks, and communications. Volunteer Coordinator manages all social media accounts: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.QUALIFICATIONSEducation: Bachelor’s degree preferred, if possible, in nonprofit management, marketing, public relations or related field. Relevant experience may be substituted for education requirement.Additional Requirements: Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with some evenings and weekends; Ability to be a team-player and assist in other areas within the department as needed: events, tours, fundraising, research, and other tasks as needed. Must be able to embrace and comfortably work within the CitySquare culture where neighbors are an important part of our work. Strong communication and presentation skills. Ability to successfully plan and implement volunteer opportunities and work independently;Ability to write and produce reports, business correspondence; Ability to devise a multimedia strategy; Knowledge of Excel and Word; PowerPoint and Publisher helpful but not required; Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge or a similar database also helpful. Recruit volunteers (varies by program need) to commit to one-day, short-term, and long-term volunteer projects, and conduct all volunteer orientations. Co-facilitate and support training of all volunteers in partnership with program staff. Present CitySquare to local community organizations, student groups, faculty, and staff, to obtain volunteers, and collaborate on service projects (through presentations and tours). Work with program and development staff to plan annual volunteer appreciation event.
Position: Neighbor Services Coordinator (posted 8.23.2016)
Number of Openings: 1Department: Neighbor Support ServicesStatus: Full-Time, ExemptSchedule: Business hours, flexible hours as needed.POSITION SUMMARYThe Neighbor Services Coordinator is responsible for managing and overseeing the front desk and volunteers serving the Neighbor Support Services (NSS), at the Opportunity Center. He/She will train new volunteers and assist in training interns and AmeriCorps members within NSS walk-in case management programs. He/She will work with staff, interns, volunteers and community partners to ensure exceptional customer service.The Neighbor Services Coordinator is also responsible for coordinating supportive services with individuals and families who are homeless, formerly homeless and/or low income and in need of walk-in case management. This also includes, providing supportive residential services and activities for residents living in affordable housing at Belleview and Creekside apartments. Must have the ability to communicate effectively with neighbors, co-workers, interns, volunteers, service providers and community partners. Help connect neighbors and visitors to other programs and events on campus. Help to resolves issues and develop solutions for continued success. Enter data into Efforts to Outcomes (ETO) on a daily basis.QUALIFICATIONSEducation: Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field preferred.Experience: Once (1) year experience in case management and working directly with vulnerable and homeless populations.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 license and reliable transportation. Bilingual-Spanish speaking preferred
Position: Operations Coordinator (posted. 8.23.2016)
Number of Openings: 1Department: OperationsStatus: Full-Time, Non-ExemptSchedule: Business hours, flexible hours as needed.POSITION SUMMARYThe Operations Coordinator assists in ensuring that the Opportunity Center runs smoothly and provides a welcoming, safe, and secure environment. The position is highly focused on providing preventive and reliability focused maintenance of the campus operating systems.QUALIFICATIONSEducation: High School Diploma or equivalent preferred.Experience: 3 years of related experience in field preferredLicensure/Certification: HVAC, Plumbing, Automotive or Electrical certification preferredPRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIESThis section describes the primary responsibilities of an employee in this position. Please note: The primary responsibilities of this position are not limited to this list.Utilizes and further develops preventive, predictive, and reliability-based maintenance processes to continually improve campus systems. Assists in planning process for periodic inspections.Supervises contractors and vendors work on campus systems. Monitors and reports equipment performance and needs. Provides proper maintenance reporting and documentation.Provides “hands-on” skills and knowledge to efficiently and effectively make needed repairs. Able to supervise the schedule and scope of work for the housekeeping staff. Provide competent and courteous customer service to CitySquare staff, volunteers, and visitors. Works closely with the Director of Operations to support appropriate planning, coordination, and budgeting of operational activities and requirements. Be knowledgeable of our programs and services offered by us and the other tenants at the Opportunity Center. Serve as the point of contact for deliveries from Vendors. As a member of the Operations department, attend all meetings and assist in the success of the Operations team.Ability to spend 80% of working time outside in temperature varying from -0oF to 110oF and in adverse weather conditions including rain and ice. Ability to sit or stand for long periods, up to 12 hours.
Position: Waco Site Monitor (posted 8.15.2016)
Number of Openings: 1Department: Food on the MoveStatus: Part-TimeSchedule: Business hours, flexible hours as needed.POSITION SUMMARY
The Site Monitor is responsible for assisting with coordinating and overseeing the Summer Food Service program operations and services through monitoring and supervising sites; training and educating participants, staff and the community; and providing administrative support.QUALIFICATIONS
Education: High School diploma or GED.
Experience: One (1) year experience in a business setting, non-profit/government setting preferred.
Additional Requirements: Bilingual in English/Spanish preferred. Proficient in MS Word, Excel and Outlook. Must have driver’s license and reliable transportation.
Position: Driver (posted 8.15.16)
Number of Openings: 1
Schedule: Business hours, flexible hours as needed.
The CitySquare Driver is responsible for handling all pick-ups and deliveries for CitySquare programs, as assigned. He/She is responsible for internal mail pick-up and delivery including interoffice service and local courier requests. He/She will also handle food department pick-ups and deliveries as well as provide driver support to the CitySquare Clinic and Thrift Store, as needed. He/she will work with internal team members, external partners, and neighbors to ensure exceptional service. He/she will be for many donors and neighbors “The Face of CitySquare”, the only member of staff they will meet in person.
Education: High school diploma or GED preferred. Must be able to read and write English.
Experience: Prior professional driving experience preferred.
Additional Requirements: Must have a valid Texas Operator’s License and be able to meet the driver certification requirements of CitySquare (25 years of age or older). Ability to work flexible hours including some weekends, as requested.
Position: Human Resources Manager (posted 8.11.2016)
Number of Openings: 1
Department: Human Resources
Schedule: Business hours, flexible hours as needed.
The HR Manager is a people ambassador who continually finds ways to reinforce “The CitySquare Way” and enhance CitySquare team member’s lives professionally and personally. He/She is also a strategic leader and partner who works to make CitySquare an even greater organization. Human Resources (HR) Manager is responsible for managing all Human Resource functions for CitySquare. These functions include overseeing the recruitment process and new hire experience; managing employee relations (morale building, progressive discipline, termination of employment); managing employee benefits, performance assessments and compensation; managing employee federal compliance programs (Worker’s Comp, OSHA, COBRA); evaluating, developing and implementing policy and procedure; working to enhance CitySquare University, our employee development program. The HR Manager will also oversee payroll processes and management of our HRIS, ExponentHR.
Education: Bachelor’s degree required; degree in Human Resources or related field preferred.
Experience: 5-7 years of Human Resource generalist experience, preferably in a non-profit setting. Expertise in compensation and/or training preferred.
Licensure/Certification: PHR or SPHR certification preferred.
Additional Requirements: Proficient in MS Word, Excel and Outlook. Ability to work occasional overtime and flexible hours as requested.
Position: Aftercare Services Case Manager (posted 8.9.2016)
Number of Openings: 1Department: Transition Resource Action Center (TRAC)
Location: Fort Worth base Services Manager to serve youth in Fort Worth and Western counties.Status: Full-TimeSchedule: Business hours, flexible hours as needed.POSITION SUMMARYThe TRAC Aftercare Services Case Manager will provide case management services, support services, and independent living skills training to current and/or former youth ages 18 and older transitioning from substitute care to independent living. He/she will provide supportive counseling; linkage to resources; housing, employment and independent living training; crisis intervention and management, among other services, to participants in this program.QUALIFICATIONSEducation: Bachelor’s degree required; degree in social work or related field preferred. Master’s in Social Work (MSW) highly desireable.Experience: Two (2) years of experience working with children or youth who are at-risk, in foster care or who have been neglected or abused required.Additional Requirements: Must be proficient in MS Word, Excel, and Outlook. Must be proficient in managing a case tracking system. Must be available to work evenings, weekends, and on-call (24 hours). Must have driver’s license and reliable transportation. Must be able to travel within assigned region on a daily basis.
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: 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: 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.