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LPCS JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Join our dynamic and mission-centric team! Learn more about current job opportunities and apply today. 

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We are currently hiring for the following positions:

 

DIRECTOR OF FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION (Click here for job description)

The Director of Finance & Administration, reports to the CEO and will lead and oversee the financial activities of the organization and provide oversite to administrative functions in operations & facilities, human resources, and IT.  Key responsibilities include financial reporting, treasury management, cash forecasting, and fiscal management of public and private contracts in accordance with all agency, public and private funder requirements. Additionally, the Director of Finance provides oversight of the Operations Manager covering employee benefit administration, IT services, facilities and other administrative duties as assigned. Additionally, the Director of Finance is responsible for maintaining and adhering to all Lincoln Park Community Services (LPCS) policies and for staffing the Board of Director’s Finance Committee. The Director of Finance works closely with the CEO on all aspects of compliance with LPCS, state and city financing/grant funding, and provides proactive analysis of organization financials and budget planning and forecasts predicting future opportunities for growth on an ongoing basis. 

If interested, please send your resume to recruitment@lpcschicago.org with "Director of Finance & Administration" in the subject line.

DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT (Click here for job description)

The Director of Development is primarily responsible for executing and overseeing all fundraising and marketing initiatives for the agency. They will manage fundraising efforts that involve funding diversification through foundations, corporations and individuals and management of small and large-scale special events; grant writing, and donor relations including prospect identification, cultivation, pipeline development, appeals, stewardship, acknowledgement, and tracking. Further, this role will support branding efforts and oversee agency communications. This position works directly with the CEO and plays a vital role in the LPCS senior management team to advance the organization and secure the resources needed to make LPCS successful and sustainable.

If interested, please send your resume to recruitment@lpcschicago.org with "Senior Director of Development, Marketing and Communications" in the subject line.

DEVELOPMENT & COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR  (Click here for job description)

The Development & Communications Coordinator is responsible for supporting the development team with gift acknowledgement, production and execution of fundraising and engagement events, managing LPCS’s social media accounts/content, and a variety of other tasks. The Development & Communications Coordinator will be a collaborative, dynamic, organized, and creative professional with an ability to navigate a fast-paced environment and with a strong belief in LPCS’s mission and desire to increase LPCS’s impact.

If interested, please send your resume to recruitment@lpcschicago.org with "Development & Communications Coordinator" in the subject line.

RECEPTIONIST/GUEST EXPERIENCE ASSOCIATE (Click here for job description)

Lincoln Park Community Services is seeking an experienced Receptionist/Guest Experience Associate to join its growing team.  The successful candidate should present a professional demeanor as the first face of the organization, be welcoming and friendly with a natural talent for customer service and have a “can-do” attitude. The right candidate will attend to Guests and visitors, answer inquiries and direct calls, manage area supplies and assist with volunteers and small projects as needed. 

If interested, please send your resume to recruitment@lpcschicago.org with "Receptionist/Guest Experience Associate" in the subject line.

CASE MANAGER (Click here for job description)

For LPCS clients to reach their maximum potential, each needs a stable, safe, healthy, positive place in which to make life changes. The Case Manager is responsible for establishing and maintaining a safe, healthy and respectful relationship with Guests and Graduates of the interim housing facility and clients of LPCS living elsewhere in the community. Clients will become more invested in their own life changes when they feel connected to something larger than themselves – a community.  The Case Manager encourages clients to engage in LPCS’ community and in their immediate community. Through this relationship, the Case Manager connects clients to other social service agencies, resulting in greater social skills and more positive decision-making abilities.     

If interested, please send your resume to recruitment@lpcschicago.org with "Case Manager" in the subject line.

DROP-IN CENTER PROGRAM MANAGER (Click here for job description)

For Guests of the LPCS Drop-in Center to reach their maximum potential, each needs a stable, safe, healthy, positive place in which to make life changes. The Drop-in Center Program Manager is responsible for establishing and maintaining a safe, healthy, and respectful relationship with Guests of the Drop-in Center. Guests will become more invested in their own life changes when they feel connected to something larger than themselves – a community. The Program Manager encourages Guests to engage in LPCS’ community and in their immediate community. Through this relationship, the Program Manager connects Guests to other social service agencies, resulting in greater social skills and more positive decision-making abilities.

 

If interested, please send your resume to recruitment@lpcschicago.org with "Drop-In Center Program Manager" in the subject line.

STREET OUTREACH PROGRAM MANAGER (Click here for job description)

For Participants of LPCS Street Outreach Services to reach their maximum potential, each needs to be engaged in a stable, safe, respectful, and trusting relationship to support and motivate them to make life changes. The Street Outreach Program Manager is responsible for leading a team of Outreach Workers to identify individuals experiencing street based homelessness in the City of Chicago and establishing and maintaining safe, trusting, and respectful relationships with them. Outreach service participants will become more invested in their own life changes when they feel connected to something larger than themselves – a community. The Program Manager encourages Participants to engage in LPCS’ community and in their immediate community. Through this relationship, the Program Manager connects Outreach service Participants to other social service agencies, resulting in greater self-determination and stability.

 

If interested, please send your resume to recruitment@lpcschicago.org with "Street Outreach Program Manager" in the subject line.

STREET OUTREACH WORKER (Click here for job description)

For Participants of LPCS Street Outreach Services to reach their maximum potential, each needs to be engaged in a stable, safe, respectful, and trusting relationship to support and motivate them to make life changes. Street Outreach Workers are responsible for identifying individuals experiencing street based homelessness in the City of Chicago and establishing and maintaining safe, trusting, and respectful relationships with them. Outreach service participants will become more invested in their own life changes when they feel connected to something larger than themselves – a community. Street Outreach Workers encourage Participants to engage in LPCS’ community and in their immediate community. Through this relationship, the Street Outreach Worker connects Outreach service participants to other social service agencies, resulting in greater self-determination and stability.

 

If interested, please send your resume to recruitment@lpcschicago.org with "Street Outreach Worker" in the subject line.

INTERIM HOUSING ASSOCIATE (Click here for job description)

The Interim Housing Associates are responsible for creating and ensuring a safe, healthy, and respectful community for Guests. Guests will become more invested in their own life changes when they feel connected to something larger than themselves – a community. They will see how their actions affect the community, and how they can learn and benefit from others in the community. Creating this sense of community will result in greater social skills and more positive decision-making abilities, which in turn will lead to more lasting life changes

If interested, please send your resume to recruitment@lpcschicago.org with "Interim Housing Associate" in the subject line and indicate your preference for full time (Monday-Friday) or part-time (Saturday and Sunday).

DONOR RELATIONS MANAGER (Click here for job description)

In order for LPCS programs to reach their maximum potential, Guests need a stable, safe, healthy, positive place in which to make life changes. The Donor Relations Manager is responsible for managing gift processing, gift acknowledgement, pledge fulfillments, and donor records in the donor database. The Donor Relations Manager also plays a major role on the planning and execution of special events and cultivating individual gifts. The Donor Relations Manager will be a dynamic team player, with strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and an ability to navigate a fast-paced environment.

If interested, please send your resume to recruitment@lpcschicago.org with "Donor Relations Manager" in the subject line.

PROGRAM MANAGER (Click here for job description)

In order for LPCS Guests to reach their maximum potential, each need a stable, safe, healthy, positive place in which to make life changes. The Program Manager is responsible for establishing and maintaining a safe, healthy and respectful relationship with guests of the organization. Guests will become more invested in their own life changes when they feel connected to something larger than themselves – a community. The Program Manager encourages guests to engage in LPCS’ community and in their immediate community. Through this relationship, guests are able to connect to other social service agencies, resulting in greater social skills and more positive decision-making abilities.

If interested, please send your resume to recruitment@lpcschicago.org with "Program Manager" in the subject line.