The Bureau currently has the following employment opportunities:
Barre District Youth Development Program Director (FT)
The Washington County Youth Service Bureau/Boys and Girls Club (WCYSB) is seeking a full time Director for its local Youth Development Program serving the Barre district. The Youth Development Program ensures that youth with foster care experience enter adulthood with the necessary supports to build productive and fulfilling lives. Using a strengths-based and youth-driven approach, the program promotes well-being across the following domains: housing, education, employment, social connections, transportation, health, enrichment and basic needs. The Youth Development program also offers participating youth with access to leadership, advocacy and training opportunities in order to ensure that the foster care system is informed by and responsive to the youth who are served by it. Learn more and apply here.
RH House Manager (FT)
Return House, a 10 bed Transitional Housing facility for young men ages 18-25 coming out of incarceration is seeking a full time House Manager. Return House is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with shifts from 7:15 am – 2:45 pm; 2:30 pm – 10:00 pm & 9:45 pm – 7:30 am. We are looking for an energetic team player who is capable of fostering positive and supportive relationships with our Residents while maintaining professional boundaries. This position requires working closely with the Director to ensure the highest level of operational efficiency including, but not limited to: inventory control, food shopping, training of new employees and overall maintenance of the residence. Candidates must be able to encourage Residents in all areas of the recovery process. A sense of humor is a plus. Learn more and apply here.
RH Second Shift Support Staff (PT)
Seeking a part time floor staff for our Return House residential program located in Barre. Immediate opening for second shift (2:30-10:00PM), including some weekend shifts. Return House offers young men aged 18-24 opportunities for personal growth, job and life skills development and community engagement as they exit incarceration. The ideal staff member believes in second and third chances and believes that all youth have the power to succeed despite past experiences. Floor staff positions are entry level positions and represent a great opportunity for individuals exploring careers in youth-care work, juvenile justice and criminal justice and for individuals looking to supplement retirement while giving back to community. Learn more and apply here.
VCRHYP HUD Housing Projects Administrator (FT)
Unique full time opportunity to serve on a 5-person team that supports a statewide network of runaway and homeless youth housing and service providers as we launch a new project. The Housing Project Administrator will support the implementation of Vermont’s HUD Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP) through administration of five Vermont Coalition of Runaway and Homeless Youth Programs (VCRHYP) housing projects across the state including: Youth Housing Navigation, Rapid Re-housing, Transitional Housing, Landlord Liaisons, and a Diversion project. Duties will include provision of technical assistance, grant administration, project management, and connecting to state and national partners. Learn more and apply here.
VCRHYP Data Entry Clerk (PT)
The part time VCRHYP data entry clerk will support the vision of the Coalition by providing database administrative support through data entry, management and coordination with partner agencies. Duties include entering client level data into the Homelessness Management Information System (HMIS), assuring data accuracy, tracking and updating data compliance, and assisting with developing data reports. Attention to detail and strong organizational skills required. Learn more and apply here.
VT Youth Development Program – Youth Engagement Coordinator (FT)
The VT Youth Development Program seeks a full-time Youth Engagement Coordinator to support leadership opportunities for teens and young adults with experience in DCF care (i.e. foster care). The Youth Engagement Coordinator is responsible for creating, facilitating, and supporting events and activities that empower emerging youth leaders and help elevate the voices of all youth working within the program. Examples of these activities include the FORWARD youth advisory board, the annual Turning Dreams into Plans youth conference, and various youth-run trainings. Learn more and apply here.