Employment Opportunities

Applications for the following employment opportunities can be submitted to: jobs@wcysb.org. Applications should include a  resume, cover letter and three professional references.
The Bureau currently has the following employment opportunities:

 

Assistant Director of VT Coalition of Runaway & Homeless Youth Programs (Full time, Berlin)

The Vermont Coalition of Runaway and Homeless Youth Programs (VCRHYP) is a statewide leader in runaway and homeless youth response. The Assistant Director supports the vision of VCRHYP by providing grant and administrative support; engaging in outreach to increase awareness and utilization of services available to youth through member agencies; and connecting VCRHYP providers to state and national communities of practice. This role is responsible for assisting the Director in the implementation of Federal Youth Service Bureau (FYSB) programs and Youth Housing Demonstration Program (HUD – Housing First Model). The ideal candidate will possess a strong attention to detail, self-motivation, organized systems-thinking, a team-approach to building program capacity and supporting member agencies, and respect for the experience of runaway and homeless youth. Candidates with lived experience encouraged to apply; as well as those who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the organization and are seeking an opportunity to meaningfully impact the lives of youth in Vermont. Learn more here.

 

Return House Residential Support Staff – All shifts (Barre)

Return House, a residential reentry program in Barre, serving young men ages 18-22 returning to the community from jail, is seeking Support Staff for all shifts, weekends included. Support Staff provide supervision of activities and guidance to residents, including detailed accounting of resident activities, and strict adherence to program policy and procedures. Support staff will assist and engage residents in facility maintenance including cleaning, shopping, menu-planning and food preparation to develop skill building wherever possible. Other duties can include facilitating activities that address basic life skills, health and fitness; community engagement through volunteerism and the promotion of positive leisure activities to support residents in becoming productive members of their community. Learn more about this opportunity.