Thank you for your interest in employment with Keystone Opportunity Center! Below are the jobs and internships we have open. Instructions on how to apply are included in each posting.
HOUSING STABILITY COACH: Keystone Opportunity Center is seeking a Housing Stability Coach (temp to hire). The Housing Stability Coach is a full-time, grant-funded position that provides case management for families and individuals. They will stabilize families experiencing a housing crisis through Rapid Re-Housing and Homelessness Prevention programs by relocating them to permanent housing and/or ensuring community support for maintaining their housing. The overall objective is to help participants achieve and maintain stable housing.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or related field. Preference for MSW and experience with demonstrated effectiveness serving homeless or at-risk families, including home visits. Proficient with Microsoft Office software. Excellent organizational record-keeping, time management and verbal/written skills are essential. Ability to communicate with diverse populations. Familiarity with social, health, and benefit resources in the service area. Reliable transportation to perform home visits and mobile outreach with car insured for business purposes. Commitment to the mission of Keystone Opportunity Center.
ESL SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS: Keystone Opportunity Center is seeking an ESL Substitute to teach while teachers are absent.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree.
For more information, contact 267-663-1001.
Internships are available in the spring, summer or fall for students enrolled in an accredited educational program. Please send an email with your resume and interest to: Keystone Opportunity Center
HOUSING: Keystone Opportunity Center is seeking an intern to assist Keystone’s affordable housing units through electrical work, plumbing, flooring and more. Interested interns should be in a trade school.
COMMUNITY CASE MANAGEMENT: Keystone Opportunity Center is seeking an intern to assist Spanish and English speaking neighbors. You could be working with neighbors on paperwork, reaching out to community resources and more. Interested interns should be studying humanities or social services.
FOOD: Keystone Opportunity Center is seeking an intern to assist in food operations, working in Keystone’s Food Pantry or Fresh For All programs. In the Food Pantry, interns could interact with neighbors, assisting in greeting, retrieving groceries and stocking shelves. Interns may also assist donors in receiving food donations. At Fresh For All, interns could provide recipe options and assist in the packig and distribution of produce. Interns should be available on Tuesday from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm for Fresh For All or Tuesdays, Wednesday or Thursday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm for the Food Pantry.
DEVELOPMENT & COMMUNICATIONS: Keystone Opportunity Center is seeking an intern to assist in donor outreach, events, graphic design or data entry.