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Employment Opportunities

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Self Sufficiency Coach Full-Time

Bucks County non-profit seeks experienced individual to partner with individuals and families enrolled in BCOC’s Rapid Rehousing Program, a housing stability program for Bucks County residents who meet the HUD definition of literally homeless. Intervention is designed to help individuals and families quickly exit homelessness, obtain housing, and remain stably housed once rental assistance has ended. The goal is for homelessness to be rare, brief, and nonrecurring. Housing stability services include but are not limited to housing identification and location assistance, financial rental assistance and maintenance of permanent housing including case management and connection to community resources. Monthly in-home visit required. This position is full-time. Strong leadership, motivational, focused case management, coaching, crisis resolution, relationship building, communication, organizational and computer skills are necessary. Bachelor’s degree. Valid PA driver’s license. Salary commensurate with experience.

E-mail resumes to Samantha Titus at stitus@bcoc.org 


Entry Level HVAC/Home Energy Auditor

Bucks County non-profit seeks a certified individual to perform PA WAP Home Energy Auditor duties throughout Bucks County. The Energy Auditor will assess eligible dwellings for potential weatherization services through visual inspection of building shell and mechanical systems, demonstrate knowledge of how to use blower door diagnostic equipment and modeling software to produce an energy report and develop a prioritized scope of work. Prepare clear and accurate work orders for subcontractors to perform. Conduct health and safety inspections and provide energy conservation education. BPI Energy Auditor certification, or PA WAP Auditor certification. mechanical/construction knowledge preferred. HVAC experience strongly recommended. Excellent communication, organizational and computer skills are necessary. Ability to lift 50 lbs. and work in confined spaces. Two-year college/ technical school, or proven experience. Valid PA driver’s license. Salary commensurate with experience. Schedule does include some evenings and occasional weekend hours.

E-mail resume to Samantha Titus at stitus@bcoc.org 


HELP Center Coordinator Full-Time

Bucks County Opportunity Council, a non-profit, 501 c-3, Community Action Agency is seeking a passionate individual to support our mission of reducing poverty and partnering with the community to promote economic self-sufficiency at our collaborative warehouse space in Bristol, Pennsylvania. Primary responsibility includes identifying creative and efficient mechanisms to increase the output of the Food Program at the HELP Center, oversite of all daily operations including direct client services and pantry distributions, and collaboration amongst social service agencies to address food insecurity in the area. Reliable, valid PA Driver’s License with a good driving record, ability to repetitively lift and/or move 50 pounds and ability to operate a pallet jack is required. Safely operate agency van is required.

E-mail resume to Samantha Titus at stitus@bcoc.org




Bucks County Opportunity Council, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will received consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious creed, handicap, ancestry, national origin, age, or sex.

 Establish relationships and encourage participation in mainstream services, with a goal to increase self-sufficiency
 Provide outreach and connect those isolated by their economic condition to available government and service groups
 Present options on available resources, assist with applications, and advocate on behalf of the family or individual.
 Participation in inter-agency coordination meetings
 Associates degree preferred, paraprofessional or credits towards Associates degree
 Experience in Human Services, specifically with under-resourced individuals and families.
 Valid driver’s license and reliable car
 Schedule that includes some evenings & occasional weekend hours
 Ability to lift/move up to 25 lbs.

E-mail resume to sklein@bcoc.or
The Bucks County Opportunity Council is seeking an energetic and responsible individual to join our non-profit organization for the fall. The Opportunity Council’s food program supports a network of over 60 providers focused on meeting the food and nutrition needs of low-income households. In addition, the Opportunity Council’s food program operates a free mobile farmers’ market, Fresh Connect, in three locations within Bucks County. This fall internship will focus on assisting the Fresh Connect Coordinator in all operations of the farmers’ market. The internship will run August 28 to November 20 with the intern reporting around 10 hours a week. Internship will require on-site availability and travel to farmers’ market locations. A stipend will be provided upon completion of internship. Can use opportunity to fulfil high school/college requirements for real world job experience
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