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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. Visit our main page to find an Agency in PA or nationwide.  Thank you for your interest!

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.

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 social media pages.

Positions Available


  • Bucks County non-profit seeks experienced individual to partner with individuals and families enrolled in BCOC’s 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 6/17/21)

  • Bucks County non-profit seeks full-time Admin Assistant for Administrative office in Doylestown. Duties include data entry and other general office duties. Strong computer, communication & organizational skills required. Ability to work independently. (posted 6/17/21)

  • 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. (reposted 6/17/21)

  • Clarion and Jefferson Counties: Full-time position based in Punxsutawney, PA for energetic individual to perform home energy audits, educate residents on energy use savings options, and install energy conservation materials. Computer skills are needed for intakes, audits, and ordering supplies. Tools, materials, training, and company vehicle provided. Visit www.jccap.org. Visit www.jccap.org to learn more about the Agency itself. (Posted 5/17/21)

  • Clarion and Jefferson Counties: Impartial, resourceful, and compassionate individuals to assist victims of domestic violence via hotline calls and confidential shelter or legal intakes; provide advocacy, support, options counseling, and temporary shelter services. Full-time position with benefits after 30 days, work sites are in DuBois and Punxsutawney, PA. Learn more about the Clarion and Jefferson Counties Agency at www.jccap.org. (Posted 5/17/21)

  • High School Diploma/GED. Assist with safely handling and preparing food for congregate and home delivered meals, and delivery of meals. Responsible to drive agency vehicle to deliver meals if needed. Assist in general cleaning and maintenance of equipment, kitchen, and center. Assist in duties necessary for the functioning of a Senior Citizen Center. Learn more about Blueprints and this job opportunity. (Posted May 5, 2021)

  • BA in social services or related field. Liaison between Center Services Manager and Senior Corp/RSVP. Assist in developing performance measures and monitor critical community needs. Create awareness and recruit volunteers through marketing, outreach, and presentations. Interview volunteers and find appropriate placement. Follow up on volunteer activities, placements, and stations. Learn more about Blueprints and this job opportunity. (Posted May 6, 2021)

  • BA Degree in Social Service field. Provide information and referral to eligible clients about our programs and services. Possess knowledge of current available resources in the community that relate to the clients. Interview client and assess their immediate needs, i.e. physical, mental, social, etc. Develop individual service plan and ensure service delivery. Discuss alternatives with clients and counsel them in order to help them adjust to or correct problem. Learn more about Blueprints and this job opportunity. (Posted May 6, 2021)

  • Bachelor’s Degree in social work or related field. Assess and identify student’s needs and advise on available services to assist student in accomplishing educational goals. Work with schools, youth and families to facilitate strategies to improve grades, attendance, behavior, attitudes and develop a commitment to academic success in school. Strengthen family values and improve parenting skills. Offer home visits to parents/children and serve as a liaison for youth/parents to schools, agencies, and community resources. Learn more about Blueprints and this job opportunity. (Posted May 6, 2021)

  • Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field. Recruiter II & III: Bachelor’s degree in social work or a related field with 2+ years’ experience working with children and families or Master’s degree in Social Work or related field. Maintain contact with Washington County Children and Youth Services and all other private providers involved with the program. Establish positive relationships with clients and ensure program and treatment goals are addressed and attained. Attend court hearings and meetings related to job duties. Understand and maintain compliance with all federal, state, and local laws and regulations and professional credentialing standards for the Foster Care Program. Understand and maintain compliance with agency policies. Learn more about Blueprints and this job opportunity. (Posted May 6, 2021)

  • High School Diploma/GED. Assist Lead Mentor by tracking attendance, maintaining discipline, helping with homework, overseeing activities, providing guidance to clients. Participate in meetings with Lead Mentor and keep proper documentation regarding clients’ progress, behavior, and attitude. Assist clients with preparing meals and learning other life skills. Learn more about Blueprints and this job opportunity. (Posted May 6, 2021)

  • Bachelor’s Degree in social work or related field. Caseworker II & III: Bachelor’s degree in social work or a related field with 2+ years’ experience working with children and families or Master’s degree in Social Work or related field. Oversee and provide individual in-home services to youth placed in the Phase II: Apartment Living Preparation. Maintain written documentation of all youth in the program including progress reports, goal plans, program reports and evaluations. Maintain contact with Washington County Children and Youth Services and all other private providers involved with program youth. Establish positive relationships with clients and ensure program and treatment goals are addressed and attained. Attend court hearings and meetings related to job duties. Learn more about Blueprints and this job opportunity. (Posted May 6, 2021)

  • A high school diploma or equivalent required. Associate Degree in Early Childhood or related field, CDA preferred. Prefer one (1) year of experience working with children 0-5 years old in a professional capacity and/or one (1) year of volunteer service in a Head Start or Early Head Start classroom. Position will require by September 30, 2013: (a) at least a child development associate credential; (b) enrolled and remain enrolled in a program leading to an associate or baccalaureate degree; or (c) enrolled and remain enrolled in a child development associate credential program to be completed within 2 years. Learn more about Blueprints and this job opportunity. (Posted May 6, 2021)

  • Registered Dietitian, Registered Nurse, Competent Professional Authority (CPA),) with an understanding of Health Information Exchanges (preferred); or equivalent with prior WIC or comparable experience/credentials preferred. Valid Driver’s license with access to motor vehicle and ability to travel with little advanced notice. Must be approved by State WIC Agency. Learn more about Blueprints and this job opportunity. (Posted May 6, 2021)

  • Provides intensive case management for the Community Action Housing Programs. Assessment of housing barriers, needs, and preferences. Develop an action plan to locate housing. Assistance with rental applications and leases, etc. Assist people to quickly regain stability in permanent housing after experiencing a housing crisis and/or homelessness. Bachelor's Degree in related field preferred or combination of education and experience, which indicates possession of skills, knowledge, and abilities listed above. Several full-time openings in Columbia, Montour, and Northumberland Counties. Email and cover letters to cadrian@censop.com. (Posted May 6, 2021)

  • Assists with answering phones, data entry, placing food pantry orders, coordinating deliveries, and corresponding with volunteers. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office. Associates degree in related field preferred or combination of education and experience preferred. Part-time position, based in Shamokin. Please send cover letter and resume to cadrian@censop.com. Learn more at https://www.csocares.org/workatcso. (Posted May 6, 2021)

  • Help individuals affected by the opioid crisis gain employment to successfully transition back to the community without relapse. Provide the resources, training, and one-on-one case management a person with addiction needs to change the course of their future and specifically prepare for, obtain, and maintain employment. Comprehensive case management services including career pathways development, employability workshops, soft skills assessment and training, job training, and connections to employers and other support services available in the community. Bachelor’s degree preferred, or equivalent combination of experience is preferred but not required. Full-time position, covering the Sunbury area. Email and cover letters to cadrian@censop.com. (Posted May 6, 2021)

  • • Provide intake and assessment for the CAA Housing Programs. Assist customers with program applications and obtaining necessary documentation. Determining customer eligibility and verifying income. Communicating with landlords and/or utility providers, etc., as needed. Bachelor's Degree in related field preferred or combination of education and experience, which indicates possession of skills, knowledge, and abilities listed above. Full-time positions in the Montour/Northumberland County areas.
    Email cover letter & resume to cadrian@censop.com. (Posted May 6, 2021)

  • Provide daily oversight of client participation and attendance in employment training programs. Must be able to work with a diverse population and manage a large caseload. Bachelors Degree or a combination of education and experience required. Act 34, 151, and 114 clearances required. Full-time position, Lycoming County PA CareerLink® Email cover letter & resume to cadrian@censop.com. (Posted May 6, 2021)

  • Westmoreland Community Action (WCA) is looking for candidates to fill this position, which is responsible for planning, developing, and marketing responsive to agency, community and county needs. Including creating marketing materials, assisting with donor management/cultivation and organizing community outreach and fundraising events. Benefits. Learn More. (Posted May 5, 2021)

  • 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. Learn more. (Posted April 14, 2021)

  • Tri County Community Action is seeking experienced case managers for our self-sufficiency programming. Positions are available in Cumberland, Dauphin, and Perry Counties. Self-Sufficiency Case Managers provide Strength Based Case Management and service coordination to individuals from TCCA site, client home, or alternative locations. Based on a full-time 35-hour work week, this role offers a starting rate of $17 per hour plus a generous benefits package. To learn more including how to apply, click the job title (Posted May 6, 2021)

  • Tri County Community Action is seeking dependable people with a desire to make a difference. The position is primarily responsible for processing customer applications for utility assistance and completing data entry in a fast-paced environment. Based on a full-time 35-hour work week, this role offers a starting rate of $13.50 per hour plus a generous benefits package. To learn more including how to apply, click the job title. (Posted May 6, 2021)

  • Tri County Community Action is looking for an experienced human services program manager. The program manager is responsible for the direct oversight of program staff and activities, and is a key member of the agency's management team. Candidates must be able to effectively supervise staff working in multiple locations. Based on a full-time 35-hour work week, this role offers a starting rate of $27 per hour plus a generous benefits package. To learn more including how to apply, click the job title. (Posted May 6, 2021)

  • Tri County Community Action seeks a dedicated administrative professional to support our direct service programs and staff. Candidates must have experience in database/information management, and be able to provide general administrative and planning duties. Based on a full-time 35-hour work week, this role offers a starting rate of $14.50 per hour plus a generous benefits package. To learn more including how to apply, click the job title. (Posted on May 6, 2021)

  • Tri County Community Action seeks Family Educators to provide home visitation programming which promotes positive relationships and school-readiness. Positions are available in Cumberland, Dauphin, and Perry Counties. Family Educators will be trained in and will utilize the Parents as Teachers home visitation programming. Based on a full-time 35-hour work week, this role offers a starting rate of $16 per hour plus a generous benefits package. To learn more including how to apply, click the job title. (Posted on May 6, 2021)

  • The Revitalization Manager will coordinate the agency's community planning processes and implementation strategies; connect with and involve public officials, businesses, community groups, residents and others with the nature and focus of the planning efforts; develop and implement outcome/change-focused initiatives based ont he neighborhood plan and needs within the community; oversee and lead physical improvement projects, which includes preparing proposals and bidding documents, coordinating the contracting process and monitoring for execution of activities; develop economic strategies with others to attract new users into existing structures within the neighborhoods; oversee and provide high quality support to the team; prepare and process grant applications, funding packages, work plans, budgets and reports. (Posted 6/4/21)

  • Join CAA's executive and leadership teams! Union-Snyder CAA is committed to helping ​families and individuals living with low income achieve economic stability and self-sufficiency. We employ hardworking, caring individuals who are passionate about making a difference in our community. Learn more. (Posted May 6, 2021)

  • 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. (Re-Posted May 6, 2021)