Join Our Team

Thank you for your interest in employment with YWCA Northeast Kansas. Please provide application materials consisting of a resume, cover letter, and three current professional references. For some positions additional application materials may be required as outlined in the position description.

Candidates should support the mission of the YWCA: eliminating racism and empowering women; demonstrate multi-cultural competency and the ability to work with diverse populations. People of color and individuals bilingual/bi-cultural in English/Spanish are encouraged to apply.

We proudly provide staff with a wide array of benefits including generous paid time off and holidays, discounted rates for childcare and before- and after-school care, medical and dental insurance, life and disability insurance, a generous retirement fund, and social justice training opportunities.

YWCA Northeast Kansas does not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identification, sex, age, national origin, or disability or any other protected status in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.

Open Positions

Youth Services Program Director

Develop and maintain effective programs for K-12 students and Early Childhood Education programs that speak directly to the YWCA mission and strategically meet the needs of the community.  Provide strong supervision of program and program staff. Work collaboratively with other programs and community partners to enhance the overall mission and accomplishments of the program. Diversity and Inclusion is expected to be included in all curriculum developed and implemented.

Job Classification: Exempt, full-time. Reporting Relationship: CEO

To apply, please contact Kathleen Marker, CEO.

VIEW FULL JOB DESCRIPTION

Grant Administrator – Center for Safety and Empowerment

Oversees and provides administrative support on grants for the Center on Safety and Empowerment. Participates in activities and meetings for the Center for Safety and Empowerment.

Job Classification: Exempt, full-time. Reporting Relationship: CSE Program Director

To apply, please contact Michelle McCormick, Center for Safety and Empowerment Program Director.

View Job description

Domestic Violence Counselor – Center for Safety and Empowerment

Participates in all YWCA and community activities for Center for Safety and Empowerment.  Advocates for domestic violence clients and empowers clients to advocate on their own behalf. Knowledgeable of community resources for victims, their friends and family. 

Job Classification: Exempt. Reporting Relationship:  CSE Program Director

To apply, please contact Michelle McCormick, Center for Safety and Empowerment Program Director.

View job description

Shelter Advocate, First Shift – Center for Safety and Empowerment

Maintains a safe and confidential environment for clients of the CSE Shelter.  Provides services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, human trafficking and/or abuse. 

Job Classification: Exempt. Reporting Relationship:  CSE Victim Services Coordinator

To apply, please contact Michelle McCormick, Center for Safety and Empowerment Program Director.

View full description

Rural Victim Advocate – Center for Safety and Empowerment

Participates in all YWCA and community activities for Center for Safety and Empowerment.  Advocates for domestic violence and sexual assault clients in Jackson and Wabaunsee County. 

Job Classification: Exempt. Reporting Relationship:  CSE Rural Project Coordinator

To apply, please contact Michelle McCormick, Center for Safety and Empowerment Program Director.

View Full Description

 

Assistant Teacher – Early Learning Center

The Early Learning Center is searching for an energetic, dedicated individual to join our childcare team working in our preschool/pre-K room (2 1/2 years and potty trained to 6 years).

You will assist in implementing developmentally appropriate daily activities in their assigned classroom that corresponds with center themes and program philosophy. Lesson plans should include gross-motor skills, fine-motor skills, literacy, identification, and emotional/mental growth activities along with others defined by Center Director. Provide safe, stimulating, creative environment for children and actively engage in daily routine and activities with children. Develop and maintain positive, effective, appropriate relationships with children and families. Assist as needed in the classroom to perform daily duties.

This position will be full time and compensation is negotiable.

To apply, please contact Chris Hickle, YWCA ELC Director.

VIEW FULL JOB DESCRIPTION