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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Peace Community Center is Growing, Join Our Team!

Elementary Program Assistant

The Elementary Program Assistant is a part-time, 20 hours per week staff position whose primary role is to support implementation of the after-school program in alignment with program strategy and end outcomes, helping ensure that students fully participate in program and build academic and social-emotional skills essential to their current and future success. There are three main components of the Program Assistant role: Supporting day-to-day program implementation, managing administrative projects, and scheduling special events. The Program Assistant will work in close partnership with the Program Manager.

For full job description and application instructions, please click here.

 

Middle School Program Assistant

The Middle School Program Assistant is a part-time, 20 hours per week staff position whose primary role is to support implementation of the after-school program in alignment with program strategy and end outcomes, helping ensure that students fully participate in program and build academic and social-emotional skills essential to their current and future success. There are three main components of the Program Assistant role: Supporting day-to-day program implementation, managing administrative projects, and scheduling special events. The Program Assistant will work in close partnership with the Program Manager.

For full job description and application instructions, please click here.

 

Family Engagement Coordinator

Quality engagement and strategic partnering are critical components of the organization and our work towards living out the mission and vision of Peace Community Center. The Family Engagement Coordinator is responsible for three organization efforts: supporting the facilitation of our parent engagement strategies across our k-12 programs, seeking out and maintaining connections with resources for use by our students and families, and spearheading a parent council project.

Primary duties include coordinating a monthly parent gatherings for the elementary and middle school programs in accordance to grant compliance, supporting high school programing with parent outreach efforts, ensuring methodical and updated documentation and relationships with social service organizations in support of family needs potentially impacting student performance.

For full job description and application instructions, please click here.

 

Director of Business Operations and Human Resources

Peace Community Center is a nonprofit located in the Hilltop of Tacoma, WA, whose mission is rooted in faith. The organization is seeking a Director with demonstrated experience in nonprofit leadership for business operations and human resources. As such, the successful candidate will draft and monitor monthly, quarterly and annual financial budgets and reports that accurately reflect the revenue and expenses of the organization. In addition, the successful candidate will demonstrate expertise in human resource policy and procedures at the state and federal level for implementation within a nonprofit sector. The trailblazer in this position will lead with integrity, excellence and demonstrate a strong belief that students from underrepresented backgrounds can succeed academically and in life.

For full job description and application instructions, please click here.

We’re hiring for our 2019-2020 Service Team!

Peace Community Center is looking to fill our 11 Member Service Leadership Team with individuals who are passionate about youth, education, and service.

WHAT SERVICE MEMBERS DO

Service Team members support the academic and holistic growth of students 2nd-12th grade in Tacoma’s Hilltop neighborhood by working wit the Center’s educational programs. Members will:

  • Develop a strong connection to community, both within the Center and the local Tacoma community
  • Grow as individuals through increased self-awareness and commitment to social justice
  • Gain skills to successfully work with students and lead as professionals in our community

POSITIONS AVAILABLE (Serving September 1, 2019 – July 15, 2020)

  • AmeriCorps: McCarver Scholars Elementary, Program Support Members
  • AmeriCorps: Hilltop Scholars Middle School, Academic Engagement Specialists
  • AmeriCorps: Hilltop Scholars High School, Academic & Volunteer Engagement Specialist
  • Vision & Call Intern: Shared role between Peace Lutheran Church & Peace Community Center

NEXT STEPS

  • All applicants must fill out the AmeriCorps Application found HERE and submit an additional questionnaire HERE
  • If you know someone who would be a good fit for this type of experience, please fill out our nomination form found HERE
  • If you are interested in learning more about Peace and our service opportunities, please fill out an interest form HERE