Thank you for your interest in employment with Keystone Opportunity Center. Below are the jobs we have open. Instructions on how to apply are included in each posting.
Director of Housing Stability Programs
The Director of Housing Stability Programs will be responsible for the management of social service programs that address the issue of homelessness in Montgomery and Bucks counties. S/he will ensure that individuals and families receiving services through shelter, housing, diversion/prevention and community assistance can move to self-sufficiency as quickly as possible. S/he will supervise all staff and oversee all funding related to these program areas.
This is an administrative/leadership role in social services, so in addition to a considerable social work background, the desired candidate will have extensive staff management experience; a high level of professionalism to collaborate with business, religious and community leaders at the highest levels; a substantial understanding of nonprofit funding that includes grant management and grant writing; and significant leadership experience to manage the challenges of knitting one team seamlessly into the whole of a complex organization where multiple departments equally serve the same mission. The ideal candidate will have a social worker’s heart for helping those experiencing homelessness, along with a leader’s head for motivating to excellence.
MSW and seven years progressively responsible experience managing social service programs and staff, with grant writing, grant management and administrative responsibilities, or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Must have valid PA Driver’s license and daily access to a vehicle that is insured for work use in order to perform mobile outreach. Current child abuse clearance, criminal background check and FBI fingerprint check required.
We’re looking for an ambitious college student who wants to gain experience in areas such as communications, public relations, social media, event creation, and relationship building.
Your unpaid college internship will allow you to work with the Executive Director and liaise with other department heads to help develop plans, execute projects and track participants. Activities could include designing social media posts, building lists, creating bulk emails, researching issues related to poverty, writing newsletters, identifying potential partners, capturing marketing statistics, staffing events and more.