Community Outreach Worker
40 hours/week; 52 weeks/year
The Community Outreach Worker connects with low-income individuals and families with community resources and coaching needed to resolve immediate or urgent crises, as well as those which promote long-term financial and household stability. Establishes and maintains linkages between YCCAC’s many programs and services and the communities in which we provide services. The Community Outreach Worker:
Provides assistance defining needs, setting client-centered goals, and in obtaining available assistance and connecting to resources.
Develops, coordinates and monitors a network of services and resources tailored to the needs and interests of clients.
Maintains working relationships with assigned municipal offices, ensuring that community organizations have current information regarding YCCAC programs and services.
Assesses opportunities for community partnerships to aid in addressing poverty related issues.
Participates in community initiatives as appropriate.
Bachelor’s Degree and/or LSW preferred; experience may be substituted.
A working knowledge of the human service network and systems in York County.
Demonstrated ability to function well in a helping relationship with other persons as well as in identifying and addressing issues and needs.
Must have reliable means of transportation is needed for travel throughout York County.
Must not have an active record on the System for Award Management (SAM) website.
Interested applicants must submit a letter of intent and resume to Sally Langlois, HR Staffing Assistant, by no later than August 4, 2021.