El Paso Center for Children is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.
Benefits for full-time employees:
Professional Development opportunities
Therapeutic Youth Care Worker (2 positions). Part-Time ($11.50 per hour). Please apply via Indeed Link to apply
Youth primary caregiver. Screens arrivals/referrals for placement. Actively works with caseworker to support progress on the service plan for each youth. Ensures the safety of youth, staff, and visitors. Conducts safety checks and prevents youth from harming self or others. Safely transports youth to school, appointments, and outings. Helps youth with coping and development of life skills. Minimum qualifications: Must be at least 21 years of age per licensing. High Diploma or equivalent required. Two years of previous professional experience in an organization serving youth and families preferred. Rotating schedule including evenings, weekends and on-call duties. Bilingual English/Spanish.
HUD Rapid Rehousing Case Manager Manager – Full Time Exempt. ($17.10 per hour). Please apply via Indeed Link to apply
The Case Manager assists with the implementation and development of the Housing and Urban Development program by developing housing opportunities, partnerships, and a wide range of supports for homeless youth ages 16-24. Requirements: A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in social work or other human services field; preferred. LMSW desirable. Must have at least two years of experience serving at-risk or homeless youth/families. Must be bilingual English /Spanish.
Street Outreach Worker. Full-Time non-exempt. ($13.00 per hour). Please apply via Indeed Link to apply
The Street Outreach worker is responsible for utilizing diversion practices, crisis response and intervention, shelter referrals, interim housing placement, and linking individuals with appropriate destination for continued services. Street Outreach Workers participate in training on the homeless sector’s services, personal safety, first aid, street triage and assessment, data management systems, and emergency youth shelter systems. Though the focus of our street outreach team members is to identify and encourage homeless, runaway, trafficked, and street youth to access services, they will also be trained on systems of care for adults they encounter who need help. Street outreach is conducted in collaboration with the El Paso Street Outreach Consortium. Requirements: Must be at least 21 years of age. At least a high school diploma or equivalent with a minimum (Bachelor’s degree preferred). Must have at least two years of experience serving at-risk or homeless youth/families. Bilingual English/Spanish.