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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!

Receptionist (Part time)

WCCA is looking for a part-time receptionist that excels at customer service and making people happy. This person will be the face of the agency and responsible for doing what it takes to get the right resources to our clients. You must possess strong verbal communication skills and computer skills. If you are known for having a positive attitude, Click “View more” for a detailed job description.

AmeriCorp VISTA

WCCA is now recruiting for an AmeriCorp VISTA to assist in the planning and implementation functions of our food security and aging programs. The ideal candidate will possess excellent planning skills including time management, effective communication, ability to multi-task and work with a diverse group of staff, clients and volunteers. VISTA’s serve 40 hour weeks for a full year and receive an end of service award of up to $5,920 as well as a monthly living stipend and housing allowance. Visit ifoundvista.org or click “View more” for details.

Head Start Pre-school Teacher

(2018-19 Contract)

The Head Teacher is responsible for planning and implementation and daily supervision of the center program activities in order to promote physical, social, emotional and cognitive development of all enrolled children. Supervise and monitor the overall environment of the center, including staff/volunteer interactions with each other, enrolled children and their families and collaborating service providers. Click “View More” for a detailed job description.

Head Start Assistant Teacher

(2018-19 Contract)

To assist the Head Teacher with planning and daily implementation of the Head Start center-based activities for low-income families and children. The Assistant Teacher is responsible for assisting the Head Teacher with planning and implementation of the center program activities in order to promote physical, social, emotional and cognitive development of all enrolled children. Click “View More” for a detailed job description.

Pre-K Classroom Aides

To assist in the implementation of program activities, including the daily routine tasks that establish the basic foundation for a healthy and safe environment. High School Diploma or equivalent, or enrolled in a GED program. Have received a Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential or are working toward obtaining a Child Development Associate Credential, AA or BA degree. Click “View More” for a detailed job description.

Substitute Teacher

To assist the Teacher in charge with implementation of the Head Start center-based activities for low-income families and children. Must have an Associate (AA), a Bachelor's (BA) or advanced degree in Early Childhood Education. Click “View More” for a detailed job description.

Substitute Pre-K Classroom Aide

To assist center staff with implementation of program activities, meal service and clean up. Must have High School Diploma or equivalent and experience or ability to work with pre-school children. Click “View More” for a detailed job description.

Wright County Community Action is an EEO/AA/ADA employer


Employment Applicaton

Candice Zimmermann

(320) 963 - 6500

czimmermann@wccaweb.com

Candice Zimmermann

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