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Passion. That’s the common attribute of those that 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. Thank you for your interest!

Positions Available

Here you will find a repository of available positions within the CAAP Organization and its member agencies. To submit an employment posting, email your information to Charlotte Leckow.

  • GECAC is seeking a Payroll/Fiscal Analyst who is able to work under moderate supervision and perform payroll related tasks by following established financial procedures as well as federal, state and local tax laws by using moderate exercise of initiative and judgment. Read more.

  • 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

  • The successful candidates for this full-time, temporary summer position will perform select 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.

  • Community Action Case Manager - 3 openings: Shamokin, Bloomsburg, Sunbury. Please send cover letter and resume to cadrian@censop.com. Learn more at https://www.csocares.org/workatcso.

  • Provide career workshops, job fairs, and other career development activities to school districts within a nine-county region. A Bachelor's Degree in a related field is preferred or a combination of education and experience. This position requires strong organizational, presentation/facilitation, and communication skills. This position travels frequently within the region. Email and cover letters to cadrian@censop.com.

  • wo positions are open to support the growing EARN Program in the Central Region. These positions will oversee data entry, program services, and customer documentation to ensure the quality and accuracy of program records. These positions will be responsible for all aspects of quality assurance related to program performance and service delivery. A Bachelor's Degree in a related field preferred or a combination of education and experience. These positions require strong organizational skills, a desire to serve others, critical thinking, and the ability to analyze data. These positions travel frequently within the region. Email cover letter & resume to cadrian@censop.com.

  • Assist with the administration of the Emergency Rental Assistance Program. Includes data entry & provides support to fiscal staff & other duties as assigned. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite & basic computer skills. Email cover letter & resume to cadrian@censop.com.

  • Promote a positive relationship between parents and children utilizing the in-home visitation Parents As Teachers curriculum. Complete developmental assessments on each enrolled child. Work with families to develop an individual family service plan and establish goals. Learn more.

  • Primarily be processing customer applications and completing data entry in a fast-paced environment. Refer and connect customers to relevant energy assistance and Community Action programs as needed. Educate customers about energy usage and available options. Connect customers with other programs and services available to them through Tri County Community Action. Learn more.

  • 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. Recruit and sustain program participants. Learn more.

  • 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. Work with families to develop an individual family service plan and establish goals. Learn more.

  • Produce planning reports, policy papers, data analyses, return on investment, and drafting position statements and other research documents, as required. Recommend, initiate, plan, and execute research projects under the guidance of the Revitalization Manager. Learn more.

  • Advance your fiscal career by growing CAA's financial and grant management capacity! The Assistant Fiscal Director works with the Administrative and Fiscal teams in managing and monitoring fiscal operations. Learn more.

  • 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 and act as the advocate to support families to build a solid foundation of skills needed to achieve and maintain stability and self-sufficiency. Learn more.

  • Join CAA's executive and leadership teams to advance the greater impact of CAA! CAA is seeking an Executive Administrator with experience in managing multiple priorities through keen attention to detail and a positive attitude. Required skills include, but are not limited to, excellent verbal and written communication and familiarity with a variety of technology. Learn more.

  • Bucks County non-profit seeks individual for full-time general accounting duties including journal entries, accounts payable, account analysis, filing, coping, logging, tracking and data entry. Ability to work independently. Strong analytical, problem solving skills. Experience with MS Excel & Word. Sage Fund Accounting experience a plus! Learn more.

  • Bucks County non-profit seeks experienced individual to perform housing location services throughout Bucks County. Knowledge of the Bucks County real estate and apartment rental industry a must. The Housing Locator will demonstrate persistence and motivation as they seek to locate permanent, affordable housing for individuals and families enrolled in housing programs. Learn more.

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 e-newsletter and Facebook page.