Employment Opportunities

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Self-Sufficiency Coach

Full-Time

BCOC seeks experienced individual to partner w/low-income families in Montgomery County who are exiting homelessness and are seeking long-term economic stability services. Participants will be enrolled in BCOC’s Economic Self-Sufficiency Program. Economic stability services will be provided in office and in the home. This position is full-time. Strong leadership, motivational, case management, coaching, relationship building, communication, organizational and computer skills are necessary. Bachelor’s degree. Valid PA driver’s license. Salary commensurate with experience.

E-mail or fax resume by 4:30 PM November 20th to: sklein@bcoc.org or fax 215-345-8573

Central Bucks VITA Site Coordinator

Bucks County non-profit seeks a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Site Coordinator for our Central Bucks VITA Site in Warminster.  The VITA Site Coordinator will oversee and coordinate all aspects of the tax site, ensuring that services are rendered in a professional manner. The targeted population for VITA services includes individuals with low-income, persons with disabilities and the elderly. This is a volunteer position that includes a financial stipend. Must be IRS certified at the advanced level (free training is offered). Strong communication, organizational and computer skills are necessary. Previous tax and accounting background preferred. Valid PA driver’s license.  

Email or fax resume to:   sklein@bcoc.org    or fax 215-345-8573 by November 21, 2018. 

Housing Link Street Outreach

Bucks County non-profit seeks an individual to perform street outreach services throughout Bucks County.  The Street Outreach Worker will identify and assist Bucks County’s most vulnerable homeless and chronically homeless individuals and families to resolve their housing crisis.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide street-based outreach to individuals or families that live or spend a significant amount of time on the street (housing insecure/homeless)  throughout the Bucks County
  • Establish relationships and encourage participation in mainstream housing services in an effort to achieve housing stability
  • Work with Coordinated Entry, Housing Link, to assist in identification, location, and verification of homeless individuals and families in Bucks County
  • To record and enter required program documentation in a timely manner into the county’s Homeless Management Information System (HMIS)
  • Participation in Housing Continuum of Care for Bucks County

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Experience in working with homeless individuals/families
  • Valid driver’s license and reliable car
  • Schedule that includes some evenings & occasional weekend hours
  • Ability to lift/move up to 25 lbs
email resume to sklein@bcoc.org