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Click link below each posting for specific details and application process. Worcester Community Action Council, Inc. is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity to all qualified employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, physical or mental disability, pregnancy or pregnancy related condition, sexual orientation, gender identification, genetic information, membership in the uniformed services or any other classification which is protected under state or federal law.

Additional questions can be directed to WCAC’s Human Resources Administrator Rachel Kent at 508 762-9823 or

Early Education & Care

Through our Early Head Start and Head Start Programs, WCAC provides a continuum of early education and care programming for families throughout Southern Worcester County prenatally through kindergarten enrollment. We strive to support positive parent/child interactions through developmentally appropriate curriculum and activities for the whole family to participate in. We offer weekly home visits from prenatal through age three. And then transition to center-based programming for pre-school aged children, helping children learn the kindergarten readiness skills they need to do well in school. Families receive the support they need to meet and advocate for the needs of their children. We currently operate four Head Start Centers in East Brookfield, Leicester, Southbridge, and Webster.

Lead Teacher – Seeking to hire Lead Teacher for our Southbridge Center. The Lead Teacher is responsible for planning and implementing a developmentally appropriate program that contributes to children’s overall growth, self- esteem, social competence, development and safety of all children. Supervise, train, mentor and evaluate classroom staff. Learn More/Apply Now

Fuel Assistance/Energy

WCAC’s Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), best known as fuel assistance or home heating assistance, helps homeowners and renters pay home heating bills, past due balances on utility bills, and in some cases receiving forgiveness credit and making monthly payments. Financial assistance is available for income-eligible households to help pay home heating bills.

New Contractors Welcome: Energy efficiency programs at WCAC are growing. We are actively recruiting new contractors including

      • Weatherization Contractors & Crews
      • Air Source Heat Pump Contractors
      • Heating System Service & Install Contractors
      • Electricians – with focus on Knob & Tube evaluations and remediation
      • Chimney Maintenance & Liner Specialists
      • Asbestos and/or Vermiculite Remediation Contractors

Minority/veteran/women-owned businesses strongly encouraged to apply. Multi-lingual staff encouraged. For additional information contact

Job & Education Center

WCAC’s Job & Education Center (JEC) offers alternative individualized education pathways for young people outside traditional school environment, with the intention of instilling the values of lifelong learners and providing career pathway exploration, connections to post-secondary and certificate training programs leading to employment opportunities.

JEC Director – We are seeking a Job & Education Center Director to create, steer, and manage the JEC’s future as a leader in youth development including helping to reimagine, develop and implement a holistic model of workforce, education and positive youth development that will provide multiple opportunities for youth to access employment, post-secondary pathways, and experience equitable access to services that will help them succeed. Learn More/Apply Now

Case Manager – Seeking full time Case Manager. The Case Manager will be responsible for managing a caseload of 20+ young people ages 14 – 24; providing comprehensive case management, connecting them to community resources, building trust and relationships, reducing attachment to gangs and gang activities, and ultimately reducing instances of youth violence, criminal activity, and juvenile arrests. The successful candidate will visit Worcester Public and Worcester Alternative schools to meet with program participants on a regular basis. Learn More/Apply Now

Resiliency Center

WCAC’s Resiliency Center offers programming intended to educate, empower, and connect people to financial opportunities and support them to reach their self-identified goals using a holistic, client-centered approach to meeting individuals and families where they are with warm, supported resources and referral services.

Community Resource Navigator – seeking full time Community Resource Navigator. The successful candidate will assist individuals and families with navigation through public benefit eligibility and connection to needed community resources, resulting in improved access to basic needs and progress toward economic mobility. This position will work closely with the Resiliency Center team, and will report to the Resiliency Center Director. Learn More/Apply Now