Park Place Outreach

AboutPark Place Outreach


Park Place is in the business of changing lives, giving hope and improving odds by ensuring that youth have access to safety, guidance and caring adults. We are pleased you are interested in joining our dynamic team of change-makers for our youth.

Equal Opportunity Employer Statement
Park Place Outreach, Inc. reviews and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.

We are currently hiring for the following positions:

Summer AmeriCorps Vista

The summer VISTA will assist with the summer program, including coordinating and confirming all of the different activities, accompanying youth on outings, managing the summer calendar, arranging for meals and logistics, promoting our partnerships on social and traditional media, soliciting input from the youth, and supporting fundraising efforts to support these outings and opportunities. By the end of the summer, the VISTA will compile a summary of activities, contacts, comments, and lessons learned to be used for subsequent summer programming. Additional activities could include small fundraising opportunities, blog/social media writing about the summer experiences, and accompanying staff to outreach opportunities.

To learn more about this position and to apply please visit the AmeriCorps listing.

Street Outreach Manager (Part-time)

Street Outreach Manager provides both outreach/engagement services and brief case management to develop a trusted relationship, and build rapport that will assist homeless individuals with addressing barriers to obtaining housing, services, and other needs. Street Outreach Manager assist unsheltered youth and families in addressing environmental, housing, or social barriers while coordinating social service needs and providing them with urgent, non-facility-based care following government guidelines and objectives to serve runaway, homeless, and at-risk youth, ages 11-24. Functions performed include outreach to homeless camps and communities in Chatham, Effingham, Liberty & Bryan counties with individual and family goal planning, connection to community resources, and problem-solving with other case managers.

  • Bachelor’s or Associates degree in social or behavioral sciences preferred.
  • All new hires will be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
  • Valid Driver’s License

Peer Mentor

Peer Mentors support and encourage positive engagement and assistance with program youth. We are currently looking to hire rising seniors and high school graduates.

Youth Advocate Specialists 

Youth Advocate Specialists positively engage and provide direct care and supervision to youth ages 11 to 17. Experience working with adolescents in crisis requiring behavioral redirection and guidance is a plus but not a requirement; on-the-job training is provided. Must be a team player and must be open to a strength/trauma-informed based philosophy, offering enthusiasm and empathy while participating in creating and maintaining a workplace that values diversity and is free of racism, sexism, heterosexism, and other discriminatory practices. We are currently hiring for PT – Afternoon Shift (1-9), Night Shift (3-11pm) Overnight Week/Weekend (11pm-7am) and Weekend positions (7-3pm and 3-11pm).

The Youth Advocate Specialist position requires a minimum high school diploma or GED, or higher as specified, 21 years of age, clean criminal background checks, DMV report and drug screen. A physical exam is required. Must be fully vaccinated prior to starting employment at Park Place Outreach.

If interested, please complete this application here and specify which position you are applying for.