Join the PCS Team!

All job applicants must submit a completed PCS Employment Application form in addition to any other materials requested (resume, transcripts, etc.). 

To be sure your application is properly evaluated all questions should be answered as carefully and completely as possible. If you need more space for your answers, please use last page of application. Feel free to add any information, which may help us to place you where you are best qualified. You may also attach a copy of your resume. 

However, it is required that you submit the completed application form. In compliance with Federal and State equal employment opportunity laws, qualified applicants are considered for all positions without regard for race, color, religious creed, ancestry, national origin, age, sex, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, or the presence of a non-job-related medical condition.

Employment Opportunities

Career Coach

The Career Coach is responsible for creating and implementing a career pathway model of employment for low income individuals. The primary focus will be developing a pool of employers and employment opportunities based on the career pathway model and matching those with qualified candidates. Must work as part of a team to prepare the candidate for any employment opportunities. Tracks the progress of both the candidate and partnership with employers post-employment.

  • Develop and maintain a pool of employment opportunities.
  • Develop and maintain a pool of qualified candidates.
  • Track candidates through their career path.
  • Prepare candidates for employment.
  • Cultivate and maintain a good working relationship with employers.
  • Use the Agency client tracking system to record outcomes and services provided to both candidates and employers.
  • Attend and represent the Agency in consultations and meetings with other agencies and community organizations.
  • Maintain a positive relationship with local, state, and federal service providers and community partners.

Bachelor’s degree in business or related field. 3 years’ of human resource, professional headhunter/recruiter or business management experience required. General knowledge of current recruiting practices, trends and patterns of employment recruiting and successful job placement. Full time position with full benefits and a wage of $16.50 per hour.

Main Receptionist

The Main Receptionist provides general office support through a variety of clerical activities and related tasks. The Main Receptionist answers incoming calls, directing calls to appropriate departments and staff; greets clients and directs them to their destination. Must be fluent in Spanish in order to effectively communicate with Spanish speaking clients as needed.

  • Operate the main switchboard during business hours.
  • Open and close the main visitor area (locking doors, closing blinds, turning off lights).
  • Greet clients and assists them with general information about the organization and its services (CSBG/CEAP program, Transportation, Weatherization, HUD, families in training, RSVP, etc.)
  • Backup coordinator for the pick-up and delivery of express mail services (FedEx, UPS, etc.) as needed.
  • Process daily outgoing mail and deposit outgoing mail daily in the street mailbox.
  • Inform callers and visitors about Panhandle Community Services programs, center addresses, faxes, and phone numbers for centers, organization website, and other related information.
  • Type memos, correspondence, reports, and other documents as needed.
  • Processes call-backs for CEAP clients and schedules appointments as needed.
  • Data entry, photocopying, faxing, and filing as needed.

Position requires a high school diploma or GED; 2 year degree preferred.  1- 3 years’ relevant experience and/or training required. This a full time position with full benefits and a wage of $12.48 per hour.

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