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Employment

Thank you for your interest in Wright County Community Action. We are dedicated to employing staff that are community-driven and passionate about serving others. Apply for one of the positions below if you feel your skills would help us meet the needs of our community. If you have any questions about the application or hiring process please reach out to us!

Energy Assistant Administrative Assistant

Opening in Maple Lake. Full-Time/Temporary

Energy Assistant Administrative Assistant is responsible for handling all incoming phone calls and client tracking and other related duties essential to delivering services. This position is responsible for understanding customer needs and providing a high level of customer support and service. Staff will keep updated on agency and county-wide services to refer to other services as client needs arise.

To complete and submit an application click “Apply”.

Head Start Teacher

Openings in Buffalo and Mound. 40 hours per week.

The Head Start Teacher plans and implements daily Head Start center-based activities for enrolled families and children. The Head Start Teacher also assists the Center Supervisor with the supervision of Head Start center- based staff and operations.

To complete and submit an application click “Apply”.

Executive Director

The Board of Directors of Wright County Community Action (WCCA), a Private Non-Profit Agency serving Wright County and a portion of Hennepin County, seeks an experienced, inspirational and resourceful Executive director to provide operational oversight for a $6 million organization with over 80 employees. WCCA houses a WIC and Head Start Program among other CAP agency initiatives.

Click “View More” for a detailed job description. To complete and submit an application click “Apply”.

WIC Coordinator

Full-Time

The WIC Coordinator manages and oversees all functions of the WIC program; hire, train, and supervise nutrition staff; write annual program plan; complete grant application every 5 years; complete nutrition education plan every 2 years; prepare and manage annual fiscal budget; and manage necessary reports for WCCA and the Minnesota Department of Health. The WIC Coordinator also develops and maintains relationships with clinic sites, community health staff, health care providers, and the general public establishing community support. In addition to administrative duties, this position will participate in the daily operations, including but not limited to: completing participant certifications, providing nutrition education, making appropriate referrals, and issuing benefits for this supplemental nutrition food program.

To complete and submit an application click “Apply”.

Head Start/Early Head Start Director

Opening in Maple Lake. Full-Time

The purpose of the Head Start Director is to plan, organize, lead and facilitate the on-going development, supervision and implementation of Head Start and Early Head Start programs of WCCA. Job duties include being responsible for assuring Head Start Performance Standards, program mandates, and the implementation of plans and objectives for the programs are carried out. Responsible for administration and management of all aspects of the Head Start and Early Head Start Program in accordance with state and federal regulations.

To complete and submit an application click “Apply”.

Weatherization Auditor

Openings in Maple Lake. 40 hours per week.

The Weatherization Auditor will perform highly technical inspections for the Department of Low-Income Weatherization Assistance program in Wright County. This position will also provide support for other housing efforts and related programs of WCCA so that the annual goals and objectives are attained and contribute to achievement of the agency mission.

To complete and submit an application click “Apply”.

Homemaker

Part-time/up to 28 hours per week.

Homemakers for the Aging Alliance provide a variety of home-based services within the context of light household cleaning with incidental assistance with home management, and provides companionship to elderly individuals, age sixty (60) or above, requiring socialization and home maintenance assistance. This service provides home-based services to older adults which may increase their chances of remaining in their own homes and living independently.

Homemaker's work support clients in: Rockford, Delano, and Buffalo.

To complete and submit an application click “Apply”.

Head Start Substitute Teacher

Full-time (40 hours per week) and Part-time (up to 28 hours per week) openings.

Substitute Teachers implement daily activities for enrolled families and children and assist staff with daily center-based operations. Substitutes work at our Head Start Centers, located in: Annandale, Buffalo, Delano, Howard Lake, Monticello, Mound, Rogers, and Montrose.

To complete and submit an application click “Apply”.

Head Start Substitute Assistant Teacher

Full-time (40 hours per week) and Part-time (up to 28 hours per week) openings.

Substitute Assistant Teachers assist the Head Teacher with planning and daily implementation of the Head Start center-based activities for low-income families and children.

Substitutes work at our Head Start Centers, located in: Annandale, Buffalo, Delano, Howard Lake, Monticello, Mound, Rogers, and Montrose.

To complete and submit an application click “Apply”.

Head Start Classroom Aide

Openings in Annandale, Delano, Mound, and Montrose. Part-time (up to 28 hours per week) openings.

Classroom Aides assist in the implementation of program activities, including the daily routine tasks that establish the basic foundation for a healthy and safe environment for Head Start children.

To complete and submit an application click “Apply”.

Head Start Assistant Teacher

Openings in Delano. 40 hours per week.

The Assistant Teacher assists the Head Teacher with planning and daily implementation of the Head Start center-based activities for low-income families and children.

To complete and submit an application click “Apply”.

Wright County Community Action is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran status, or genetic information. WCCA is committed to providing access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities in employment, its services, programs, and activities. To request reasonable accommodation, contact Human Resources at wcca@wccaweb.com.


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(320) 963 - 6500 ext. 225

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