Employment Opportunities

The following positions are available.

youthpower lead Staff: Winter 2018 session for Black Girls & Young Women
(part-time, temporary)

The session -- and position -- runs from January 8 through March 2, 2018. The Lead Staff is responsible for designing daily activities aligned with the overall YouthPower curriculum in Healing & Identity, Exploration & Innovation, and Policy Change. The Lead Staff is responsible for organizing and leading the day-to-day programming; the completion of specific experiences and outcomes; establishing and practicing a culture of high expectations and accountability and high support; and documenting activities and progress.
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YOUTHPOWER Support Staff: Winter 2018 SESSION for Black Girls & Young Women
(part-time, temporary)

The session -- and position -- runs from January 8 through March 2, 2018. The Support Staff is responsible for youth supervision, logistics, restorative practices, documentation, and creating the conditions for individual and collective youth well-being for the Winter 2018 Session of YouthPower for Black Girls and Young Women. 
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SENIOR ACCOUNTANT

The Senior Accountant is responsible for the oversight and the day-to-day coordination of the accounting (including payroll) and medical billing functions for St. Paul Youth Services. This position works closely with the Executive Director in overseeing all facets of the organization’s accounting, finance and grants management processes.
Open until filled
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on-call children’s Crisis Response professional

The On-Call Children’s Crisis Response Professional is a member of a team responsible for providing in-home crisis intervention services to youth and their families. Individuals served by the team may be involved in runaway situations, experiencing family or other conflict, and/or in a mental health crisis. As an on-call professional, you will carry a phone with you (inactive rate of pay) and respond to crisis calls when needed (active rate of pay).
Open until filled
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on-call children’s Crisis Response overnight Counselor

The On-Call Children’s Crisis Response Overnight Counselor is a member of a team responsible for providing in-home crisis intervention services to youth and their families.  Individuals served by the team may be involved in runaway situations, experiencing family or other conflict, and/or in a mental health crisis. Program coverage is from 12:00 midnight – 8:00am weeknights. In addition, applicant must be available to work a minimum of one weekend a month and some holidays. As an on-call professional, you will carry a phone with you (inactive rate of pay) and respond to crisis calls  when needed (active rate of pay).
Open until filled
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Children’s Crisis Response Practitioner

The Children’s Crisis Response Practitioner is a member of a team responsible for providing in-home crisis intervention services to youth and their families that may be experiencing crisis or conflict, runaway situations, and/or mental health challenges. Team members are also responsible for coordinating emergency shelter placements with Ramsey County and several other community organizations. 40 hours per week, 4pm-12am, Monday – Friday.
Open until filled
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Unless otherwise noted, to apply for any of these positions, please send resume and cover letter to: humanresources@spys.org
or St. Paul Youth Services, 2100 Wilson Avenue, St. Paul, MN  55119.

St. Paul Youth Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Candidates representing communities of color and bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply.