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: 5.19.2016)
Number of Openings: 1Department: FoodStatus: Full-TimeSchedule: Business hours, flexible hours as needed.POSITION SUMMARYThe Food Operations Manager is responsible for the execution and function of the food pantry, commercial kitchen, café space and catering at the Opportunity Center. He/She will be responsible for the ongoing compliance with all safety and health department regulations and guidelines. He/She will be responsible for the efficient and effective storage and rotation of all inventory. Assist Director, Hospitality Programs with program requirements and ongoing operations in kitchen and café space and work with other CitySquare programs and develop new community partnerships that further the mission of CitySquare. Expert and advocate in the field as well as an innovator who continually seeks out improvements to both process and outcomes.QUALIFICATIONSEducation: Bachelor’s degree preferred.Experience: 5 years of management experience with financial oversight preferred.ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:Able 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 5.12.2016)
Number of Openings: 1Department: Community Health ServicesStatus: Full-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: Neighbor Relations Specialist (posted 5.12.2016)
Number of Openings: 1Department: OperationsStatus: Full-TimeSchedule: Business hours, flexible hours as needed.POSITION SUMMARYThe Neighbor Relations Specialist will provide customer service support to the Opportunity Center. He/she will serve as the first point-of-contact for Neighbors and Visitors that enter the Opportunity Center and will assist then in navigating the Campus. He/she will serve as the “First Impression” of CitySquare and will cultivate a culture of Welcomeness, Friendliness, Unconditional Positive Regard and Hospitality. He/she will serve as Coordinator of the Daily Activities of the CitySquare Conservation Corps and will provide direction and support to the Crew Chief of the CCC.QUALIFICATIONSEducation: High School Diploma or GED required; Bachelor’s degree in Human Services related field preferred.Experience: Two (2) years of customer service experience preferred. One (1) year of supervisory experience preferred.Additional Requirements: Bilingual in English/Spanish preferred. Ability to work occasional over time or flexible hours as needed. Ability to react calmly and effectively in emergency situations. Must have effective oral communication skills, ability to communicate effectively with neighbors and co-workers.
Position: Dallas Site Monitor (posted 5.5.2016)
Number of Openings: 1Department: Food on the MoveStatus: Part-TimeSchedule: Business hours, flexible hours as needed.POSITION SUMMARYThe 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.QUALIFICATIONSEducation: 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: AMERICORPS MEMBER – SUMMER 2016 (posted 4.27.2016)
Number of Openings: 90Departments: AmeriCorpsStatus: Full-time, 30 – 40 hours per weekSchedule: Monday-Friday, 30 – 40 hours per week. All members will begin on May 31, 2016. End date varies by program- the shortest program will end July 23 and the longest program will end August 12.POSITION SUMMARYServing in the summer months, CitySquare AmeriCorps members target childhood hunger and the summer learning gap by focusing on mobilizing food resources and educational attainment through summer enrichment programs. Members serve with Food on the Move, a CitySquare mobile meals program, or with summer enrichment programs, focusing on closing the summer learning gap, with one of 17 community partners.Members serving with Food on the Move serve from May 31-August 12, 2016. Members will travel around the Dallas area to provide a nutritious meal and enrichment to children in their communities. Applicants must be energetic, able to serve outside in the Texas heat, and have an interest in working with children in diverse settings.Members serving with summer enrichment programs will serve between 8-10 weeks beginning May 31st. Daily activities vary between sites but all share the common mission to educate and enrich our community’s youth, by stopping the summer education slide. Applicants must be energetic, have an interest in working with school-aged youth and serve as a potential role model.Member benefits include receiving a living allowance of $1,800–$2,800 (paid in bi-weekly installments) and $1,222–$1,515 education award (awarded upon successful completion of AmeriCorps term of service). Additional benefits include professional development and participation in the Nelson Mandela Day of Service.QUALIFICATIONSEducation: High School graduate required.Experience: Prior experience working with children in a child care or educational environment is preferred, but not necessary.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 firstname.lastname@example.orgAfter filling out the 2015 – 2016 application, please submit it to email@example.com
Position: RESIDENTIAL Case Manager (posted 4.8.2016)
Number of Openings: 1Department: Transition Resource Action Center (TRAC)Status: Full-TimeSchedule: Business hours, flexible hours as needed.POSITION SUMMARY The TRAC Residential 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.1 opening for a Dallas based Residential Case Manager to work with youth in the Transitional Living ProgramQUALIFICATIONSEducation: Bachelor’s degree required; degree in social work or a related field preferred; Master’s in Social Work (MSW) highly desirable.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.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 hrs). Must be able to travel within assigned region on a daily basis. Must have valid driver’s license, proof of vehicle liability insurance and reliable transportation.
Position: Case Manager/Social Worker (4.8.2016)
Number of Openings: 1Department: TRACStatus: Full-TimeSchedule: Business hours, flexible hours as needed:POSITION SUMMARYThe TRAC Services Manager will provide case management services, support services, and independent living skills training to current and/or former youth ages 16 and older transitioning from substitute care to independent living in the Dallas and surrounding counties. 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 desirable.Experience: Two years of experience working with children or youth who are at-risk, in foster care or who have been neglected or abused.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 hrs). Must have driver’s license and reliable transportation. Must be able to travel within assigned region on a daily basis.
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.