Employment Opportunities

 

 

Employment Opportunities

 


Community Services Division

Accepting applications to create a pool of potential hires!


FAMILY SUPPORT SPECIALIST I/II

Fulltime $14.00 - $15.00 D.O.E.E. (depending on education and experience)
plus complete benefit package
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Natural Resources Services Division


RESTORATION FIELD CREW

Seasonal position - accepting applications to create a pool of applicants for the Spring season

Part-time to Fulltime $14.00/hr.


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Energy & Environmental Services Division


WEATHERIZATION FIELD CREW

Fulltime $16.00 hourly, plus full benefit package

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INTAKE/OUTREACH SPECIALIST


Fulltime $14.00 hourly, plus full benefit package
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Youth Service Bureau Division

Accepting applications to create a pool of potential hires!


YOUTH WORKER P/T $14.00 hour
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YOUTH WORKER F/T $15.00 hour plus full benefit package
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CASE WORKER F/T $16.00 hour plus full benefit package
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Community Services Division

 

AFACTR (Assisting Families to Access Change Through Resources) AmeriCorps Program seeks the following:

AmeriCorps Members for the 2020/2021 Term of Service

Location: HUMBOLDT COUNTY

The mission of the AFACTR AmeriCorps program is to strengthen Humboldt County communities and families through collaborative work with Family Resource Centers and Child Welfare Services. By providing families with basic case management, parenting lessons and increasing the awareness of local resources members are helping to: reduce family isolation, create healthy families and improve outcomes of children and families who are in need and/or at risk for child abuse.  The primary purpose of the program is to help prevent child abuse in Humboldt County.
 
AFACTR (Assisting Families to Access Change through Resources) AmeriCorps is a program administered by Redwood Community Action Agency and is currently accepting applications 900 hour member positions that are scheduled to begin December 2020 and end in June 2021. Applications will continue to be accepted until all positions are filled.  Apply now!

AFACTR AmeriCorps Members will:
*Provide families with preventative case management
*Make referrals for families to needed local resources                                              
*Support positive family and community connections for children                          
*Teach Nurturing Parenting Lessons
*Participate in national service days
 
Minimum requirements:
• Must be 21 years of age or older
• U.S. citizen or legal resident
• High School Graduate and some college
• Have good communication skills/experience working with the public
 

Apply to AFACTR AmeriCorps by contacting
Erika Avendaño at eavendano@rcaa.org or call (707) 269-2047.
 
 

Preferred qualifications include:
• Social service experience
• At least 1 year college course work
• Proficient or bi-lingual in English and Spanish for select sites

Compensation and benefits: All members receive a $9,410.00 term living allowance which is paid twice monthly in equal increments throughout the term, an education award of $3,097.50 and student loans can be put in forbearance during your term of service. Other benefits include: training, member development, a very supportive network of members and staff and being part of a nationwide group of hundreds of AmeriCorps members making a difference in our communities.





 


Why work with us: 

All fulltime positions come with a complete benefit package, which includes the following:

Medical, dental and vision (minimal share of cost and must work at least 30+ hours per week)
     ** Health benefits become effective the first of the month following 30 days of employment
2 weeks paid vacation for year one, 3 weeks for year two, and 4 weeks for year five
12 days paid sick time per year
12 paid holidays and 1 personal day per year

 

Part-time employees are eligible for paid vacation and sick time on a pro-rated basis depending on the amount of hours worked. P/T employees may also be eligible for paid holidays dependent upon certain criteria in RCAA's paid holiday policy.
 
You can turn in your application materials by:

Email: rcaa@rcaa.org

Fax: (707) 445-1519

Mail or in person at: RCAA 904 G Street, Eureka, CA 95501 (attn: Human Resources)

How to apply:

All RCAA positions (except AFACTR Members) require a completed employment application. You may submit a cover letter and résumé with your application (optional, but highly recommended). In addition to the required application, you must also complete and submit the Applicant Acknowledgements (page 2 of the Application PDF package).

Printable Employment Application - Click on 'Printable Employment Application' to open the PDF document to print and manually fill out. You will need to have access to Adobe Acrobat Reader to open the application.

Online Employment Application - Click on 'Online Employment Application' to open the PDF document to electronically fill out.  NOTE: Before you submit this application you must save it to your computer; otherwise when you submit it, the form will be blank.  Once you have saved the online application you can submit it through email, fax, or drop off at 904 G Street, Eureka.

Applications are in PDF format. Go to http://get.adobe.com/reader/ if you need to download Adobe Reader for free.

How do RCAA's programs impact you?

  • Natural Resouces Services (NRS) works directly with Humboldt County community leaders, schools and parents to improve safety and encourage more children to safely walk and bicycle to school. NRS helps coordinate both the Greater Eureka and Humboldt County Safe Routes to School Task Forces.
  • Teaching preschoolers oral health care is a result of the TOOTH program.
  • Natural Resources Services works with community members, civic groups and local jurisdictions to enhance neighborhood street tree planting and support the development of community forests for public access and watershed protection.