Career Opportunities at First Place2021-07-08T10:27:08-07:00
15November, 2021

Communications Associate

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The Communications Associate will help build reach and recognition for First Place for Youth to be viewed as the pre-eminent national extended foster care provider and thought partner in the field. This role is responsible for shaping key messages to key targets and audiences. Reporting to the Communications Director, the Communications Associate will help raise awareness of FPFY strategic initiatives and outcomes using social media, E-news, blog and website channels and manage content, analytics and upgrades as well as event logistics. This role will build brand coherence through shared templates for multiple First Place channels, audiences and stakeholders to consistently articulate First Place for Youth's mission, programs, services and activities.

15November, 2021

Vice President of Talent and Equity

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The Vice President (VP) of Talent and Equity is an experienced, results oriented, and strategic Human Resources leader.   Reporting to the Chief Impact and People Officer, the VP of Talent and Equity will oversee the talent/human resource and equity work.  They will be responsible for the organization-wide strategy and systems need to attract, select, develop, and retain top talent, to fulfill our strategic goals, and to create and manage the performance-based culture essential to achieving those objectives.

13September, 2021

Education and Employment Specialist

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The Education and Employment Specialist provides targeted employment and education support to foster care youth in our supported housing program. The Employment and Education Specialist will be adept at understanding what it takes to support youth skills and resources to secure employment and retain employment along with a solid understanding of the traditional school, post secondary, and alternative education systems.

6August, 2021

Director of Communications

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The Director of Communications will build reach and recognition for First Place for Youth to be viewed as the pre-eminent national extended foster care provider and thought partner in the field. This strategic role is responsible for managing the First Place brand voice and strategic communication of key messages to key targets and audiences to build and cultivate relationships among key constituencies, including funders, policy makers, potential partners, media and internal stakeholders.

2August, 2021

Housing Case Manager

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The Housing Case Manager provides intensive, weekly case management for Transition Age Youth (TAY) participating in Rising Up First Place. Through comprehensive case management, the Case Manager helps youth to identify and attain goals in the areas of employment and education, self-sufficiency, health and wellness, relationships, professionalism and personal advocacy, with a keen focus on housing procurement, retention, and long-term stability.

2August, 2021

Education and Employment Specialist

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The Education and Employment Specialist (EES) is an energetic and youth-centered individual who is passionate about supporting homeless youth in reaching their educational and employment goals. The EES manages a caseload of up to 30 youth in the Rising Up program providing targeted employment and education case management within a team setting.

21June, 2021

Clinical/County Program Manager

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The Clinical/County Manager is an energetic, collaborative and results-oriented leader who will supervise Master’s level social work and multi-disciplinary case management staff and manage overall operations of an integrated services program including housing, employment and education, My First Place, for 18-24-year-old transition-age foster and former foster youth.

21June, 2021

Youth Advocate

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JOB SUMMARY: The Youth Advocate/ Social Worker is responsible for case management, psycho-social assessment, development and implementation of intervention strategies. The Youth Advocate provides clinical leadership to a multi-disciplinary team and provide coaching to support each youth to achieve goals of housing stability, sustainable and sustaining employment, and educational achievement. The Youth Advocate is active in developing, supporting and implementing an individualized, strength ‘based, culturally competent, youth-centered approach. A Successful Youth Advocate understands how to motivate, influence, and mentor young adults to achieve goals while launching adult lives from foster care.

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