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Passion. That’s the common attribute of those who work for Community Action.

We are dedicated to helping Pennsylvania residents reach self-sufficiency.  If you’re ready to make a difference, browse our openings and submit an application with the requested material.

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Following is a listing of open positions within the CAAP Organization and its 42 member Agencies across the Commonwealth. To submit an employment posting, email your information to Charlotte Leckow.

Job postings are free for members and $100 for nonmembers. Your job posting will stay on the CAAP website for 60 days and will be promoted through CAAP's four social media pages.

Positions Available


  • Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is responsible for the overall administration of Community Action Association of Pennsylvania (CAAP), maintaining relationships with funders & community partners, internal & external communications, hiring and supporting staff, and overseeing the development and coordination of CAAP programs & services. (posted July 2021)

  • The Controller has the responsibility for ensuring corporate financial compliance by having thorough knowledge and application of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and grantor/governmental regulations. The Controller provides technical assistance, guidance and support to programs and departments on budgeting, financial reporting, GAAP, and grantor/governmental regulations. posted 9/17/21

  • Provides intake and assessment for the CAA Housing and ERAP Programs to include: Assisting customers with program applications, obtaining necessary documentation, determining eligibility, verifying income, communicating with landlords and utility providers, etc. Posted 9/13/21

  • The Homeless Coordinator position for the Chester County Partnership to End Homelessness (CCPTEH) will work with the Chester County Partnership to End Homelessness Administrator in coordinating and collaborating homeless service providers, community volunteers and other stakeholders, to align with the Chester County Partnership to End Homelessness initiative to prevent and eliminate homelessness in Chester County. posted 9/15/21

  • Community Action Case Manager - 3 openings: Shamokin, Bloomsburg, Sunbury. Reposted 9/13/21

  • Bucks County seeks a certified individual to perform PA WAP Home Energy Auditor duties throughout Bucks County. The Energy Auditor will assess eligible dwellings for potential weatherization services through visual inspection of building shell and mechanical systems, demonstrate knowledge of how to use blower door diagnostic equipment and modeling software to produce an energy report and develop a prioritized scope of work. posted 9/1/21

  • The CFO will direct his/her own internal staff and will oversee the agency in the absence of the CEO. The CFO will define the process and implement the infrastructure or systems to support substantial growth of the organization. posted 8/31/21

  • Work with homeowner and/or renter occupied properties throughout Mercer and Butler Counties who want to reduce costs, improve energy efficiency and health and safety conditions in their home. posted 8/31/21

  • Under the supervision of the Family Services Manager, the Family Services Advocate will recruit and engage landlords to participate in the various housing programs. Work in conjunction with staff from MCBHC/LCCAP to connect eligible consumers with housing options and supportive services. posted 8/31/21

  • This position provides high-quality health, mental health, nutrition, parent engagement, and social services to Head Start infants, toddlers, and preschool children and their families, and to pregnant women and their families. posted 8/24/21

  • The Homeless Street Outreach Coordinator is a part of a coordinated Homeless Street Outreach Team that identifies and engages people living in unsheltered locations. They are responsible for conducting outreach, providing information and referrals, completing assessments, intakes, performing short-term case management and providing concrete services. (posted 8/27; live thru 8/27/21)

  • Seeking experienced individual to partner with individuals and families enrolled in the Rapid Rehousing Program, a housing stability program for Bucks County residents who meet the HUD definition of literally homeless. Intervention is designed to help individuals and families quickly exit homelessness, obtain housing, and remain stably housed once rental assistance has ended. (posted 8/18/21)

  • Develop a plan of operation for all programs in the department. Collaborates and coordinates with other Blueprints PSAs to assure services are comprehensive and organizational strategies are advanced. Represent agency and department on community boards, associations, groups, committees as appropriate. (posted 8/16/21)

  • -Independent Living oversees and provide individual in-home services to youth placed in the Phase II: Apartment Living Preparation.
    -Building Futures Caseworker provides information and referral to eligible clients about our programs and services.
    (posted 8/3/21)

  • Monitor client's progress according to the individual service plan through regular client contact and schedule progress conferences to collaborate with all clients and significant others regarding client progress and placement recommendations for continuing client care or propose revisions in service plan when deemed appropriate. (posted 8/3/21)

  • -EL Caseworker engages families as full partners in their own and their children’s development and learning by helping families to build upon strengths.
    -Caseworkers provide case management services to children ages birth to 17 and their families, who experience one or more of a set of service categories. (posted 8/3/21)

  • -Aides assist in providing nurturing, responsive care to the children enrolled.
    -Drivers are responsible to drive agency vehicle to deliver meals if needed.
    (posted 8/3/21)

  • Supports outreach and enrollment efforts by recruiting pregnant women, age eligible children and families and communicating the program’s eligibility, selection and enrollment policies and practices to families, other service providers and the general public. (8/3/21)

  • -Generalist assists HR Specialists in day to day operations. Maintains the integrity and confidentiality of human resource files and records.
    -Recruiter understands and maintains compliance with all federal, state, and local laws and regulations and professional credentialing standards for the Foster Care Program.
    (posted 8/3/21)

  • -Teachers support children’s overall development by integrating learning experiences related to all domains throughout the curriculum, environment, and
    -Pre-K teachers provide learning activities for all children for the goals as per the Creative Curriculum and Pennsylvania Early Learning Standards.
    -Assistants assist in setting learning goals and planning learning experiences.
    (posted 8/3/21)

  • -Therapists participate in the treatment planning process for clients seen for therapy.
    -Mentors assist Lead Mentor by tracking attendance, maintaining discipline, helping with homework, overseeing activities, providing guidance to clients.
    (posted 8/3/21)

  • Organizes and coordinates operational aspects of programs assigned to the department. (posted 8/3/21)

  • Assists in maintaining a safe, healthy classroom environment for young children. Works with classroom staff to assure adequate daily supplies are available for children’s basic needs (diapers, wipes, food, etc.). Supports social, emotional, and physical development of children. (posted 8/3/21)

  • Full time position with benefits to support early childhood programs (posted 8/3/21)

  • The available position is full time with an excellent benefit package and competitive salary. The Grants Coordinator will be responsible for tracking outcomes, coordinating of projects, writing grant proposals, reporting benchmarks, monitoring budgets and supervising of staff. (posted 8/3/21)

  • Full time position with benefits to support all areas of early childhood health services to include health, disabilities, mental/behavioral health, and transitions. (posted 8/3/21)

  • Provides one-on one and group behavioral health interventions to children ages 0-5 in an early learning setting. Helps to integrate or reintegrate the child into mainstream/normalized settings and activities. Bachelor’s Degree in a field directly relating to children or families (Psychology, Social Work, Special Education, Sociology, Nursing, Special Education, or Early Education). (posted 8/3/21)

  • The Site Manager will range in responsibilities to include but not be limited to operational and administrative duties, instructional duties (as needed), communicating with parents and other community stakeholders, grant and certification compliance duties, communicating/coordinating with content area managers and supervisors, etc. (posted 8/3/21)

  • Mid-level management position responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the LCCAP Transportation Department. Position requires a self-motivator, with strong time-management, logic, technology, and reasoning skills used to appropriately resolve operational issues. (posted 8/3/21)

  • -School Bus Driver and ACTS Drivers
    -Grounds Maintenance Workers and Custodians
    -Early Learning Programs Volunteer
    -Family Service Worker
    -Teachers, Assistant Teachers & Assistant Group Supervisors
    (posted 8/3/21)

  • The Associate Executive Director (AED) for Human Resources is responsible for developing and executing human resource strategy in support of the overall mission and direction of the agency. (posted 7/26/21)

  • The Business Advisor provides support to prospective and existing business owners, including one-on-one advice, training, marketing, trouble-shooting and identifying market opportunities. (posted 7/26/21)

  • The Planner assists the Associate Executive Director for Planning with program planning and development, fund development, contract compliance, research, advocacy, community organizing and community planning. (posted 7/26/21)

  • Lycoming-Clinton Counties Commission for Community Action (STEP), Inc. is looking for a part-time Professional Development Coordinator to development, coordinate, and implement agency-wide trainings; preferably independent professional or an agency or organization that would be able to meet the role and has shown they have the skills to do so from prior experience. (posted 7/22/21)

  • Program oversight, develop and implement program policies and procedures in support of the organizations mission and culture. Work with programs on a continuous improvement. Assists programs in operationalizing funder policies into effective, easy to use program processes. (Posted 7/21/21)

  • Help the organization set up effective data tracking systems and analyze and compile data for funder reports and community reporting. (posted 7/21/21)

  • This position will troubleshoot computer issues and set up new computers and add individuals to our Microsoft Office system. Ability to troubleshoot computer issues, software (Microsoft) update issues, remove viruses and do basic computer repairs as needed. (posted 7/21/21)

  • Oversee Family Services Case Management staff and coordinate the Support Circles initiative. Work with the community to identify long term solutions to reduce poverty and working with families to help them create a plan to lead to stability. (posted 7/21/21)

  • Office of Community Empowerment and Opportunity: The Contracts and Programs Compliance Specialist is a key staff position to ensure that CEO’s programs and contractors provide quality services in accordance with contracts, current laws, rules, policies and procedures. (posted 7/13/21)

  • Office of Community Empowerment and Opportunity: The Data Manager is responsible for general oversight, reporting, training and user support to ensure the integrity and proper use of CEO’s data management system (DMS) by CEO staff and sub-grantees. (posted 7/13/21)

  • The FCE Manager will serve as a member of the Early Childhood Education management team and work in partnership with all other service areas (center-based and home-based education, health, nutrition, transportation, inclusion/PBIS, mental health, and facilities) within the ECE programs, other Community Progress Council teams, and partner organizations across the county. (posted 7/12/21)

  • Conducts weekly home visits to parents of enrolled children focusing on the parental role as prime educator of the child. Work with parents to develop individual goals for children, provide on-going assessment on progress and facilitate transition into the next caregiver experience outside of the home. (posted 7/12/21)

  • HR Benefit Specialist (HRBS)manages the day- to- day operations of CPC employee benefit packages and retirement program. HRBS provides support of essential functions of internal advancement, training and development, compliance, safety and performance management by utilizing critical thinking with a detail orientation. (posted 7/12/21)

  • Operates in a dual role for WIC; Serves WIC participants by determining eligibility of applicants, providing nutrition counseling/education, and making referral to other health and social services. Assists in planning and implementing the outreach efforts of the Local Agency WIC Program. (posted 7/12/21)

  • Partners with the client to integrate and coordinate services to support them in reaching self-sufficiency. Engage the family in defining priorities and utilize their strengths and supports to address their barriers to self-sufficiency. (7/12/21)

  • Supervises and coordinates all Community Progress Council transportation and courier services for all York County locations. This position ensures that these services are provided in accordance with appropriate regulations and safety practices. (posted 7/12/21)

  • Manage, distribute and monitor all budgetary, contractual and financial compliance of all Keys to Quality Grants. Center for Community Action is located in Bedford, PA with locations in Huntingdon, Cambria, Fulton, Somerset, Blair and Mifflin Counties. (posted 7/9/2021)

  • Community Action Partnership of Mercer County is looking for an Energy Auditor/QCI to work with homeowner and renter occupied properties throughout Mercer and Butler Counties who want to reduce costs, improve energy efficiency and health and safety conditions in their home. (posted 7/7/21)

  • GECAC is seeking a Payroll/Fiscal Analyst who is able to work under moderate supervision and perform payroll related tasks.

  • This position performs a variety of fiscal accounting duties requiring moderate exercise of initiative and judgment.

  • Greater Erie Community Action Committee is looking for an energetic and motivated Associate Vice President of Finance.

  • Full-time, temporary summer position will perform workforce development services for the Erie County Summer Jobs and More Program.

  • Greater Erie Community Action Committee is looking for an energetic and motivated Vice President of Finance.

  • GECAC in Erie, PA is seeking a highly qualified Vice President of Human Resources to guide and manage the overall provision of Human Resources services, policies and programs for the entire company.

  • Promote a positive relationship between parents and children utilizing the in-home visitation Parents As Teachers curriculum. Complete developmental assessments on each enrolled child.

  • Provide Strength Based Case Management and service coordination to clients in the tri-county region from TCCA site, client home, or alternative locations. Develop and maintain current resource listing of providers and referral sources.

  • Act as the administrative point person for program inquiries and information. Execute program invoicing in cooperation with both program and fiscal staff. Track and submit outcomes for programs and manage all associated data. Learn more.

  • Promote a positive relationship between parents and children utilizing the in-home visitation. Parents As Teachers curriculum. Complete developmental assessments on each enrolled child.

  • Coordinate the Agency's community planning processes and implementation strategies.

  • Build meaningful relationships with people dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty! The Service Navigator provides case management services while supporting families striving for self- sufficiency. Service Navigators provide direct and/or referral services.

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