Park Place Outreach

AboutPark Place Outreach

Careers

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.

We are currently hiring for the following positions:

PT, Administrative Assistant

The Administrative Assistant is responsible for supporting Park Place Outreach administrative executives with general clerical duties which revolve around managing, distributing information, and general office tasks.  This position helps to extend Park Place Outreach resources to better assist and direct the needs of our clients.

Position requires a minimum high school diploma or GED, or higher as specified, 21 years of age, clean criminal background checks, and drug screen. Must be fully vaccinated prior to starting employment at Park Place Outreach.

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.

 

Case Manager

The Case Manager is responsible for ensuring the educational, medical, emotional, and social needs for youth clients are met while coordinating ancillary and social service needs and following government guidelines and objectives to serve runaway, homeless youth.  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. 

Case Manager position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in criminal justice, social work, sociology, psychology, or related science field with two years working experience with children, adolescents, and families in a social services capacity, 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.