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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!

Housing/Energy Programs Director

The purpose of the Housing and Energy Assistance Program Director is to plan, organize, lead and control the on-going development, supervision and implementation of Housing and Energy related programs of WCCA so that the annual goals and objectives of Housing and Energy related programs to include Small Cities Block Grants, MHFA Home Rehabilitation, HBT, Foreclosure Prevention, THP, Energy Assistance and others are attained and contribute to achievement of the agency mission. Click “View More” for a detailed job description:

Energy Assistance Intake Specialist

The Energy Assistance Intake Specialist is directly responsible for daily implementation of the client application, program record keeping, documentation, client tracking and other related duties essential to the effective delivery of services. They are also responsible for understanding customer needs and delivering a high level of customer support and service. They will keep updated on agency and county-wide services to refer to other services to help clients with their needs. Click “View More” for a detailed job description:

Head Start Teacher

(Openings in Delano and Mound. 40 hours per week.)

The purpose of the Head Start Teacher is to plan and implement daily Head Start center-based activities for enrolled families and children. This position must also assist the Center Supervisor with the supervision of Head Start center- based staff and operations. Click “View More” for a detailed job description:

Head Start Assistant Teacher

(Openings in Buffalo, Monticello, and Rogers. 40 hours per week.)

The purpose of the Assistant Teacher is to assist the Head Teacher with planning and daily implementation of the Head Start center-based activities for low-income families and children. Click “View More” for a detailed job description:

Family Advocate

(Openings in Buffalo. 40 hours per week.)

The Family Advocate creates coordination between Head Start services and community resources in order to foster strength and healthy living in our client’s lives. This role provides support in a case management style and acts as a liaison between families, staff, the community and other family-related resources. Click “View More” for a detailed job description:

Head Start Substitute Classroom Aides

(Openings in Annandale, Buffalo, Delano, Howard Lake, Monticello, Mound, Rogers and Montrose. Up to 28 hours per week.)

The purpose of the Substitute Classroom Aide is to assist center staff with implementation of program activities, meal service and clean up. Click “View More” for a detailed job description:

Head Start Substitute Teachers

(Openings in Annandale, Buffalo, Delano, Howard Lake, Monticello, Mound, Rogers and Montrose. Up to 28 hours per week.)

The purpose of the Substitute Teacher is to implement daily Head Start center-based activities for enrolled families and children. This position must assist the permanent staff, including the Center Supervisor, with daily center-based operations. Click “View More” for a detailed job description:

Food Shelf & Thrift Shop Assistant

The role of the Food Shelf & Thrift Shop Assistant is to assist with on-going planning, implementation, tracking and operation of WCCA Food Shelf and Thrift Shop. They will also assist with the training and coordination of the Food Shelf & Thrift Shop volunteers as assigned by the Food Shelf & Thrift Shop Coordinator to ensure proper procedures, routines and client interactions are implemented. Click “View More” for a detailed job description:

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.


Employment Application

Jenn

(320) 963 - 6500 ext. 225

recruitment@wccaweb.com

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