We are launching into a new era of our work: a shift that will result in sustained change for people and communities. ECS employs 150 full- and part-time staff, and we need even more help in order to succeed.
Read more about our strategic plan here and apply for one of the jobs below to join our team.
ECS provides a motivating work environment and encourages individual professional development. We provide a comprehensive salary and benefits package that includes: annual wage reviews; health insurance; short- and long-term disability; life insurance; tuition reimbursement; flexible spending accounts; training opportunities; transportation subsidies; 401(k) retirement plan; generous vacation allowance; home purchase grants; and an employee assistance program.
ECS is committed to workplace inclusion in practice and philosophy. ECS is an Equal Opportunity Employer and offers employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, sexual orientation, disability, national origin, economic status, or any other basis prohibited by law.
Please send your resume and cover letter, including salary requirements and the job code to:
Episcopal Community Services
225 S. 3rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
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The primary function of the Director of Workforce Development is to oversee operations, workflow, and service delivery and ensure strategic integration of the ECS Path to Prosperity Model (adapted from EMPath’s Mobility Mentoring model®) across the Workforce Development department.
Working as the leader of the Opportunity Development department, the primary function of the Director of Opportunity Development is to execute implementation of the ECS Path to Prosperity Model (adapted from EMPath’s Mobility Mentoring Model®) throughout all ECS programs.
The primary function of the Manager of Permanent Housing is to provide programmatic oversight for the entire Permanent Supportive Housing program, ensuring strategic integration of the ECS Path the Prosperity Model (adapted from EMPath’s Mobility Mentoring® model) across the department.
Working as part of the Opportunity Development team, the primary function of the Opportunity Development Coach Coordinator is to lead a dynamic team of mentoring staff, working with program participants as they increase economic self-sufficiency and toward economic independence.
Monitor front desk, screen visitors; maintain in/out logs; secure facility; and assist with housekeeping duties as necessary.
This position requires a High School Diploma or GED (some college preferred); 2 years’ experience working with the homeless or other at-risk populations (shelter experience a plus).
Experienced institutional cook needed to prepare and serve nutritionally balanced meals for families living in residential shelter.
Working as part of the learning and evaluation team, the primary function of the data and evaluation specialist is to serve as an Efforts-to-Outcomes (ETO) Administrator, ensuring staff is trained and properly utilizing the ETO database, ECS’ system for managing and analyzing program performance.
There are currently no Internships available.