Careers at WPA

At WPA, we are deeply committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. We encourage applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, veteran status, record of arrest or conviction, or any other legally protected status.

We are currently recruiting for a Bilingual Housing Specialist to work in our Residential Services Unit at Sarah Powell Huntington House. The Bilingual Housing Specialist will locate and secure suitable housing for the women and children residing at Huntington House, a 28-unit DHS-funded transitional housing facility located in the East Village, Manhattan. The Housing Specialist will work closely with Case Managers who work with residents to formulate, implement and monitor service plans in support of independent living.

Responsibilities will include (but are not limited to): 

  • Develop and maintain relationships with landlords, real estate brokers, and property managers in order to link clients to quality, affordable housing.
  • Develop and maintain roster of appropriate available housing opportunities.
  • Inspect apartments to ensure they are in compliance with city and state standards and negotiate repairs and lease agreements.
  • Refer clients to all possible, appropriate, apartment sources.
  • Schedule appointments for clients with brokers and landlords with possible apartments.
  • Accompany clients to open houses/apartment viewings, interviews, and/or lease signings.
  • Explain details of rental subsidy and security deposit programs to clients and potential landlords.
  • Organize bulletin boards and any other internal resources with relevant housing information.
  • Collaborate with Case Managers to ensure clients are completing all appropriate housing applications and rental subsidy applications.
  • Prepare clients for housing interviews, either individually and/or through weekly housing workshops.
  • Identify clients’ barriers to housing and work with Case Managers to address.
  • Assist in tracking housing-related activities of clients.
  • Document progress towards meeting agency and DHS benchmarks in client folders and in CARES database.
  • Participate in case conferences, House meetings, and team meetings.
  • Attend required DHS meetings.
  • Facilitate regular client workshops on housing readiness, housing search strategies, budgeting, and other relevant topics.
  • Perform any other department or agency-related duties or special projects as directed by supervisor.
  • Participation in all external and internal staff trainings.

Qualifications

  • Fluency in Spanish required.
  • Associate’s Degree required, Bachelor’s Degree preferred; comparable work experience will be considered.
  • Extensive knowledge of housing subsidies, housing resources, and housing practices in New York City, including, but not limited to: the private housing market, NYCHA, HPD, Section 8, NY/NY, DHS, and LINC.
  • At least two years of relevant experience creating relationships with landlords, property managers, real estate brokers, and government housing providers.
  • Knowledge of and ability to navigate housing subsidy/rental assistance systems, including HRA 2010e.
  • Experience working with homeless individuals, as well as with individuals affected by mental illness and substance use.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to communicate effectively one-on-one, and to facilitate groups.
  • Highly organized and able to effectively schedule, plan, and meet internal and external deadlines.
  • Ability to document work and demonstrate progress in meeting benchmark outcomes.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Demonstrated resourcefulness and problem-solving ability.
  • Proficient in MS Office, email, and internet research.

The expected salary range for this position is $46K-$50K. WPA offers a competitive benefits package and generous time off policy, including medical, dental and vision insurance; pre-tax parking and transit benefits; and a time off policy including personal days and floating holidays.

To apply, please click below and include your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements.

The Community Liaison & Driver coordinates and provides transportation to women being released from Rikers Island and other community-based locations. The Community Liaison & Driver conducts screenings and intakes, and provides additional transitional planning support as needed.

Essential Responsibilities 

  • Drive agency van to pick up and transport clients.
  • Act as dispatcher for clients being discharge from Rikers Island or other correctional facilities
  • Partner with Transitional Case Managers to conduct in-community screenings and intakes for new program participants.
  • Collaborate with Transitional Services team to ensure participant transportation process is streamlined and effective.
  • Partner with WPA’s Facilities team to ensure the upkeep and maintenance of agency van.
  • Maintain documentation of transports and other administrative duties
  • Perform any other department, agency-related, or special projects duties as negotiated with supervisor.

Qualifications

  • Ability to maintain an acceptable driving record and valid drivers license.
  • Ability and willingness to travel throughout New York City
  • Experience working with individuals directly impacted by the criminal legal system
  • Ability to work flexible hours
  • Team player who enjoys working with others
  • Excellent communication skills

The expected hourly salary rate for this part-time position is $17/hr.

To apply, please click below and include your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements.

The Employment Case Manager (full-time) in WPA’s Workforce Development & Employment Services (WDES) program, located in East New York, Brooklyn, is responsible for promoting overall work readiness and recidivism risk reduction by providing individual case planning and group based vocational services to women recently released from or at risk of returning to Rikers Island.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Administer screening, intake, and assessment instruments to determine program eligibility and identify service needs
  • Collaborate with participants to develop service plans and goals responsive to identified needs
  • Complete job-readiness assessments and explore career interests/opportunities with incoming and enrolled participants
  • Assist in the facilitation of employment focused groups and stand-alone job-readiness workshops
  • Partner with Employment Specialist to assist participants in connecting to employment opportunities, based on assessed interests, skills and experience
  • Maintain casework contact frequency appropriate to the participant’s needs, and consistent with WPA’s expectations of case planning services
  • Help participants access other needed services through referrals, advocacy with providers, and, as needed, field escort
  • Document all activities with, and on behalf of enrolled participants in WPA’s electronic database
  • Maintain paper case files containing all essential participant materials including (but not limited to), copies of participant identification, intake, risk and needs assessment, progress notes, substance use treatment records, medical/mental health records, employment records, etc.
  • As appropriate, participate in case coordination efforts with Manager of Workforce Development, other appropriate WPA staff and external providers to ensure consistent service delivery and participant success
  • Prepare for and actively participate in weekly supervision and staff meetings
  • Perform any other department or agency related duties or special projects as negotiated with supervisor

 Qualifications include, but are not limited to:

  • BSW or comparable human-services related BA strongly preferred; will consider equivalent experience
  • At least 2 years of documented relevant human services experience, employment focus preferred
  • Strong assessment and engagement skills essential
  • Familiarity with government sponsored benefits and criminal legal system issues helpful
  • Excellent written and verbal skills
  • Experience with office computer applications required
  • Bilingual Spanish/English a plus
  • Qualified applicants with lived criminal legal system experience are welcome and encouraged to apply

The expected salary range for this position is $41K-$45K. WPA offers a competitive benefits package and generous time off policy, including medical, dental and vision insurance; pre-tax parking and transit benefits; and a time off policy including personal days and floating holidays.

To apply, please click below and include your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements.

The Employment Case Manager (part-time) in WPA’s Workforce Development & Employment Services (WDES) program, located in East New York, Brooklyn, is responsible for promoting overall work readiness and recidivism risk reduction by providing individual case planning and group based vocational services to women recently released from or at risk of returning to Rikers Island.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Administer screening, intake, and assessment instruments to determine program eligibility and identify service needs
  • Collaborate with participants to develop service plans and goals responsive to identified needs
  • Complete job-readiness assessments and explore career interests/opportunities with incoming and enrolled participants
  • Assist in the facilitation of employment focused groups and stand-alone job-readiness workshops
  • Partner with Employment Specialist to assist participants in connecting to employment opportunities, based on assessed interests, skills and experience
  • Maintain casework contact frequency appropriate to the participant’s needs, and consistent with WPA’s expectations of case planning services
  • Help participants access other needed services through referrals, advocacy with providers, and, as needed, field escort
  • Document all activities with, and on behalf of enrolled participants in WPA’s electronic database
  • Maintain paper case files containing all essential participant materials including (but not limited to), copies of participant identification, intake, risk and needs assessment, progress notes, substance use treatment records, medical/mental health records, employment records, etc.
  • As appropriate, participate in case coordination efforts with Manager of Workforce Development, other appropriate WPA staff and external providers to ensure consistent service delivery and participant success
  • Prepare for and actively participate in weekly supervision and staff meetings
  • Perform any other department or agency related duties or special projects as negotiated with supervisor

Qualifications include, but are not limited to:

  • BSW or comparable human-services related BA strongly preferred; will consider equivalent experience
  • At least 2 years of documented relevant human services experience, employment focus preferred
  • Strong assessment and engagement skills essential
  • Familiarity with government sponsored benefits and criminal legal system issues helpful
  • Excellent written and verbal skills
  • Experience with office computer applications required
  • Bilingual Spanish/English a plus
  • Qualified applicants with lived criminal legal system experience are welcome and encouraged to apply

The expected hourly salary rate for this part-time position is $22.53/hr - $24.73/hr.

To apply, please click below and include your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements.

WPA’s Workforce Development & Employment Services (WDES) department is looking for an experienced Employment Specialist who is excited about Workforce Development, and highly skilled in participant job-readiness preparation. The Employment Specialist will serve as primary contact for all pre-placement participant activities. Also, oversees resume and cover letter development, as well as standalone job-readiness workshops.

Essential Responsibilities 

  • Serving as WDES’ primary resume and cover letter development contact; partnering with program participants to co-develop their employment search tools.
  • Serving as the pre-placement liaison between participants and workforce partners (internship, training, and employment).
  • Conducting participant screenings for all WDES placement opportunities.
  • Hosting regular standalone job-readiness workshops to support participant skills development.
  • Partnering with Coordinator of Training & Placement to coordinate scheduling for all standalone job-readiness trainings.
  • Conducting regular follow-up with partners pre-placement to promote partnership development and continued placement opportunities.
  • Partnering with Manager of Workforce Partnerships to track all existing and pending workforce partnerships data.
  • Partnering with Manager of Workforce Partnerships around Q&A/ information sessions for all applicable workforce placement opportunities.
  • Working with Manager of Workforce Partnerships and Program Manager and Coordinator of Training & Placement to create and development new internship, training, and employment opportunities.
  • Working closely with Manager of Workforce Partnerships to build, grow, and strengthen employer partner network and placement pathways.
  • Partnering with WDES team and program participants to continually develop and enhance the Accelerated Job-Readiness Training (AJRT).
  • Partnering with WDES team to evaluate training materials and technologies to be used for all job-readiness trainings and workshops.

Qualifications should include, but are not limited to: 

  • Strong project management skills, including managing competing priorities and meeting deadlines.
  • Experience in workforce development programs serving marginalized participants is preferred.
  • Skilled communicator and problem solver, with the ability to deftly manage relationships with various stakeholders.
  • Ability to create a strategy, work plan and gather resources needed for interventions.
  • Highly self-motivated, with proven capacity to work independently and take initiative.
  • Strong interpersonal and verbal/written communication skills
  • Experience with office computer applications required

The expected salary range for this position is $40K-$43K. WPA offers a competitive benefits package and generous time off policy, including medical, dental and vision insurance; pre-tax parking and transit benefits; and a time off policy including personal days and floating holidays.

To apply, please click below and include your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements.

We are currently recruiting for a Government Grants Associate within our Program Development & Quality Management team. This position will assist with the management of WPA’s government contracts, including government grant proposal writing, preparation, and submission; preparation and submission of program reports, contract renewals, site visit report responses; and maintenance of administrative documents. This position will support WPA programs’ performance and quality improvement efforts.

Responsibilities will include (but are not limited to): 

  • Assists in research, writing, and editing of government grant application materials.
  • Assists with submission of and preparation of new government contracts (e.g. signatures and submission).
  • Works with senior staff to monitor programs’ performance against established indicators and helps senior staff with the implementation of improvement strategies.
  • Drafts QM/QA reports on a monthly basis.
  • Maintains the agency’s master files for government contracts and related documents.
  • Assists with the preparation and submission of complete and timely program reports to funders.
  • Promotes agency-wide collaboration and coordination related to contracts by maintaining an accurate and up-to-date tracking system on contracts status, report submission, and compliance with other administrative requirements (e.g., Vendrep, certificates of insurance, etc.)
  • Coordinates and participates in site visits and audits conducted by government funders and assists with the preparation of written responses to any site visit report findings.
  • Maintains and updates agency linkage agreements with other service providers.
  • Assists with development of and updates to program policies and procedures in accordance with government funder requirements and program needs.
  • Assists with entering data into and generating reports from Salesforce-based client database.
  • Provides support to staff in documentation of work in client database.
  • Performs other department or agency-related duties or special projects as directed by supervisor.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher
  • Experience with government or private grant writing strongly preferred
  • Outstanding interpersonal and written and oral communication skills
  • Excellent attention to detail and organizational skills
  • Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and to prioritize multiple tasks appropriately
  • Ability to work collaboratively and to facilitate the completion of team-based projects
  • Experience using Microsoft Office applications, including Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Experience with Salesforce-based data systems strongly preferred

The expected salary range for this position is $50K-$55K. WPA offers a competitive benefits package and generous time off policy, including medical, dental and vision insurance; pre-tax parking and transit benefits; and a time off policy including personal days and floating holidays.

To apply, please click below and include your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements.

We are currently recruiting for a Housing Retention Case Manager to support successful and enduring transitions to permanent housing. The Housing Retention Case Manager will work with women who are moving/have recently moved from WPA residences (Sarah Powell Huntington House family shelter and Hopper Home adult shelter) into permanent housing. The case manager will partner with women who have secured permanent housing with the assistance of WPA staff from any program. The case manager will spend a majority of work hours meeting with clients in their homes throughout the five boroughs of New York City.

Responsibilities will include (but are not limited to): 

  • Provides guidance and instruction to family members on independent living skills and housekeeping individually, in family sessions, or in groups.
  • Refers clients to WPA and other provider programs for medical care, mental health, and family counseling services, drug treatment/relapse prevention, employment, and vocational or remedial education, and any additional assistance as needed.
  • Visits clients to assist with home set-up and accompanies client in exploring and becoming familiar with the neighborhood, including essential merchants and services.
  • Assists clients with developing and tracking budget and spending, managing bill payments, etc.
  • Assists clients in identifying and establishing service relationships with required services, such as medical and mental health care, sobriety support, child-care.
  • Participates in client case conferences.
  • Escorts clients to and advocates on their behalf with external providers and at fair hearing meetings and other appointments as needed.
  • Conducts reassessments of client needs and strengths toward housing stability and independent living using information gathered through interviews, observations of family and household, and conferences with other providers.
  • Maintains documentation of visits and contact.
  • Provide aftercare services to participants and families for 6-12 months to ensure housing stability and permanency.
  • Performs any other department or agency related duties or special projects as directed by supervisor.
  • Participation in all external and internal staff trainings.

Qualifications

  • BA/BS/BSW preferred; comparable work experience will be considered
  • Bilingual (Spanish/English) a plus
  • At least 2 years of documented relevant social services experience, preferably in housing/homeless programs
  • Familiarity/experience with DHS data systems
  • Familiarity with available affordable housing options in NYC (City FHEPS, FHEPS A and B, etc.)
  • Knowledge of public entitlement programs and systems required
  • Strong computer skills required
  • Excellent written and verbal skills

The expected salary range for this position is $45K-$50K. WPA offers a competitive benefits package and generous time off policy, including medical, dental and vision insurance; pre-tax parking and transit benefits; and a time off policy including personal days and floating holidays.

To apply, please click below and include your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements.

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Managing Director of Program Development & Quality Management directs agency functions related to public funding for programs, client information systems and reporting, and performance/quality improvement.

Reporting to the Managing Director are the Director of Quality Management, Director of Program Development, and Manager of Client Data Systems.

The position operates from NYC's East Village and Remote.

Duties

Program Development and Ongoing Contract Management

  • Identifies new programmatic priorities based on regular monitoring of client and community needs and policy trends and determination of their congruence with the agency’s mission, strategic plan, values, and vision.
  • Coordinates closely with development department to lead response to government-issued requests for proposals and other funding solicitations to assess alignment with the agency’s mission, values, strategic plan, and programmatic priorities; makes recommendations to the Executive Director on pursuing new public funding opportunities.
  • Oversees program development and research into promising program models and best practices for use in agency programs.
  • Provides direct supervision to Director of Program Development, who is responsible for leading program development for government requests for proposals and renewals and ongoing quality assurance and management of a portfolio of government contracts.

Ongoing Quality Assurance and Contract Management

  • Supports fiscal and program operations in preparation of budgets, determination of allocations, budget modifications, and monitoring of expense reports
  • With assistance from supporting staff, oversees quality management program to promote accuracy and completeness of electronic and manual documentation, continuing improvement of service delivery that reflects practice standards, compliance with funder and regulatory requirements, and outcomes consistent with the goals of clients and other stakeholders.
  • Provides direct supervision to Director of Quality Management, who leads contract management, program monitoring, and quality improvement efforts and serves as liaison with contract managers at government funding agencies.
  • Oversees preparation of program modifications and corrective action plans to funders, as necessary.

Data Systems and Reporting Oversight

  • Provides direct supervision to the Manager of Client Data Systems, who is responsible for data entry, data reporting, and training/QA in use of agency-wide client data system
  • Manages relationship(s) with client information system software development/maintenance contractor
  • Collaborates with the Program Operations staff and client data system contractor to lead continuing strategic development of client information system.
  • Leads assigned special projects, which may include but is not limited to new program implementation and client data system development.
  • Performs any other departmental or agency-related duties or special projects as directed by supervisor

Qualifications

  • Master’s Degree in public administration, social work, public health, or other related field and at least 5 years of progressively responsible experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Demonstrated analytic skills and problem-solving capacity.
  • Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and to prioritize multiple tasks appropriately.
  • Ability to work collaboratively and to facilitate the completion of team-based projects.
  • Experience using Microsoft Office applications, including Word, Excel, and Outlook.
  • Experience developing programmatic budgets
  • Experience with government RFP processes
  • Experience with Salesforce or other CRM or EHR in client services context
  • Experience in social services, health, or criminal justice services programs supported by government contracts.
  • Excellent attention to detail and organizational skills

To apply, please click below and include your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements.

We are currently recruiting for 9 full-time, and 2 part-time Residential Aides in WPA’s Residential Services Unit. These positions will maintain a safe and secure environment for residents, staff, and visitors at WPA’s newest DHS-funded shelter for women with criminal legal system involvement. Residential aides also work closely with residents on supporting their day-to-day independent living plan goals, teaching and modeling strategies for living independently in the community. The residential aides will be involved in program start up activities including, supporting in the preparation of the facility and coordination of program planning for the 38-bed shelter.

Responsibilities will include (but are not limited to): 

  • Provide clerical support by answering telephone inquiries, data entry, light typing, filing, and sorting of mail.
  • Conduct periodic emergency fire drills under direction of Operations Manager.
  • Adherence to all policies and procedures developed by DHS.
  • Intervene and diffuse crisis situations as needed.
  • Participate in required training and pass certification, including CPR/First Aid Certification.
  • Assist in carrying out any activities as indicated on the residents’ Independent Living Plans.
  • Monitor all residents and staff entering and leaving the building and log activities in the internal communication logbook.
  • Assist in twice daily meal distribution.
  • Support clients: register, check-in, monitor, assess behavior, and overall well-being.
  • Conduct daily security and safety walkthroughs and monitor security camera feeds.
  • Comply with 42CFR confidentiality and HIPAA privacy and security regulations.
  • Observe and document residents' taking of medications when medically indicated. Monitor residents’ personal appearance and behaviors to assess for overall stability and compliance with program expectations.
  • Administer mental health (and other) necessary medications for residents.
  • Inspect and launder clients’ belongings upon admission to the program and distribute supplies to residents.
  • Support the distribution of prepared meals in resident dining room and monitor and assist diners in bussing their trays after eating.
  • Launder bedding and bath linens weekly, including monitoring residents' submission of dirty linens as well as disbursement of clean linens to residents.
  • Help with provision of on-site recreational activities.
  • Perform any other department or agency-related duties or special projects as directed by supervisor.
  • Participation in all external and internal staff trainings.

Qualifications

  • F80/F02 fire safety credentials are required and must be obtained within 6 months of employment.
  • High school diploma/GED strongly preferred; BA preferred.
  • At least 2 years of documented relevant human services experience.
  • Certificate in First Aid and CPR, preferred.
  • Ability to effectively analyze situations quickly and apply sound judgment.
  • Ability to work and build rapport with others.
  • Good documentation skills, computer literate or willingness to learn.
  • Ability to distinguish boundary issues and transference issues with clients.
  • Excellent written and verbal skills.
  • Meet individual health standard requirements for food handling.
  • Possession of NYS security guard licensure preferred.

The starting salary for this position is $15/hour. WPA offers a competitive benefits package and a generous time off policy for full-time employees, including medical, dental, and vision insurance; pre-tax parking and transit benefits; and a time off policy including personal days and floating holidays.

To apply, please click below and include your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements.

Resident Monitors are responsible for maintaining a safe and pleasant environment at WPA’s residential locations for residents, staff, and visitors, as well as monitoring day-to-day operations of the reception area.

Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

  • Monitor all residents and staff entering and leaving the building.
  • Log in communications book all activities including package deliveries, arrivals, and departures.
  • Conduct safety walk-throughs.
  • Diffuse crisis situations.
  • Monitor participant visitation.
  • Alert clinical staff via log of any challenging or unhealthy participant behavior.
  • Provide clerical support including telephone inquiries, data entry, light typing, filing, and sorting of mail.
  • Review participant’s belongings upon admission to the residence.
  • Distribute MetroCards and reconcile petty cash.
  • Assist in the facilitation of fire drills.
  • Perform any other department or agency-related duties or special projects as directed by supervisor. 

Qualifications:

  • NY State Security License
  • Certificate in First Aid, CPR, and fire safety or ability to obtain certificate.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Bilingual English-Spanish proficiency a plus.
  • Good documentation skills.
  • Computer literate or willingness to learn.
  • Ability to distinguish boundary and transference challenges with participants.
  • Ability to interact with a diverse population challenged by issues such as substance use, HIV/AIDS, mental health, and communication barriers.

The starting salary for this position is $15/hour. WPA offers a competitive benefits package and a generous time off policy for full-time employees, including medical, dental and vision insurance; pre-tax parking and transit benefits; and a time off policy including personal days and floating holidays.

To apply, please click below and include your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements.

The Transitional Case Manager conducts hybrid pre-release and post-release transitional planning services for women, including transgender women and others who may identify as non-binary or gender-non-conforming, leaving incarceration on Rikers Island; coordinates with on-island staff to finalize reentry plans and provide referrals for needed services in community; co-facilitates trauma-focused support and CBT groups as needed.

Essential Responsibilities 

  • Conduct WPA-developed intake/assessment based off of Women’s Risk and Needs Assessment (WRNA) collaboratively with participants.
  • Establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with project partners including, but not limited to Department of Corrections, Correctional Health Services, and other DOC-contracted service providers on-island in order to facilitate referrals and access to eligible program participants, implementation of reentry plans, and transportation of participants from Rikers to community.
  • Provide trauma-responsive case management services, collaborating with participants to develop a reentry plan based on assessed needs and participant interests.
  • Co-facilitate trauma-focused support groups and other groups as needed.
  • Collaborate with Reentry Mentors to implement reentry plan and ensure immediate stabilizing supports are in place for the participant upon release from incarceration.
  • Support participant engagement in services, including referral to and follow-up with external providers in areas including but not limited to health & mental health, substance use treatment, parenting support, and educational programming
  • Maintain casework contact frequency appropriate to participants’ needs and consistent with WPA’s expectations of individualized, trauma-responsive case management.
  • Maintain physical participant files and documentation containing all essential participant materials including (but not limited to), copies of client identification, intake, progress notes, substance use treatment records, medical & mental health records, etc. of all activities in client files.
  • Document services in WPA’s electronic participant database.
  • Provide continuous feedback to Transitional Services Program team during regular supervision and staff meetings.
  • Conduct other duties as assigned that are reflective of the mission of WPA and the program.

Qualifications

  • BSW or comparable human-services related BA strongly preferred; will consider equivalent experience
  • Ability to obtain clearance for and willingness to travel to Rikers Island.
  • Experience working with populations impacted by the criminal legal system
  • Knowledge of trauma-responsive care and harm reduction
  • Experience facilitating groups and working knowledge of NYC housing options and entitlements
  • Experience working with and sensitivity to individuals with substance use and mental health diagnoses
  • Experience working in a prison, jail, or other correctional facility preferred, but not required.
  • Strong advocacy skills
  • Team Player
  • Bilingual English/Spanish a plus

The expected salary range for this position is $41K-$45K. WPA offers a competitive benefits package and generous time off policy, including medical, dental and vision insurance; pre-tax parking and transit benefits; and a time off policy including personal days and floating holidays.

To apply, please click below and include your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements.