If you are interested in applying for more than one position please submit separate applications for each position.

Positions will be posted as they become available.
Please see below instructions and other options to submit applications:

Applications can be:

  • Faxed to 706-722-8565 @ ATTN: HR Department
  • Submitted online via our “Apply Online” button.
  • Mailed to CSRA EOA, Inc. Attention HR Department, 1261 Greene St, Augusta, Ga 30901

Note:

  • Applications must include the position for which you are applying.
  • If you do not have access to computer applications can also be picked up at 1261 Greene St. Augusta, Ga 30901, or at our site locations.
  • Only candidates meeting the qualifications noted will be given serious consideration

 

 

Executive Director

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

This is professional work at the highest level. Responsible to the Board of Directors of the CSRA Economic Opportunity Authority for the administration and management of the organization. Provides overall direction to the Agency to ensure that its mission is fulfilled. Reviews administration actions, enforces Agency rules and regulations, evaluate program content and progress, delegate staff accountabilities, and resolves problems. Presents recommendations to the Board and implements decisions approved by the Board. Maintains extensive top-level contacts nationwide, within the community, and in governmental units to obtain support for and provide information about the DAA’s mission.

 

Desirable qualifications are:

Five years of administration and supervisory experience in a public or private agency serving low-income clients or in a related field. Two of the five years of the required experience must have been at the management level. A degree in Sociology, Administration, Urban Studies, Planning, or related field from an accredited College or University, may be substituted for two years of the required formal experience. Must possess the positive and demonstrated ability to exercise good judgment in appraising situations, making decisions, organizing and directing the work of groups and agencies, to be able to effectively organize the community effort and enlist the support and operation of the general public in furthering the aims of the agency, to be able to address audiences effectively and to deal tactfully and diplomatically with the general public so as to ensure the fullest degree of cooperation and understanding on the part of the citizenry.

   

 

 

 

 

Family and Community Engagement (FCE) Manager

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:
Under the supervision of the Head Start and Early Head Start Director, this position is responsible for coordinating the goals and objectives of the Family and Community Partnership Unit in accordance with the goals of the program and the guidelines of the Agency. Provides direct supervision to the specialists in the unit and the Pre-K FSW. Evaluate the job performance of the staff in the unit and meets regularly with unit staff to plan, develop and evaluate services. Provides training and technical assistance for staff. Must submit a monthly report to HS Director. Monitors PIR to ensure codes are accurate and ensure that training and technical assistance are provided for parents.

Works to ensure that all aspects of the local program’s health, disabilities, social services, parent engagement, and mental health components meet or exceed the requirements set forth in the Head Start Performance Standards. Assists in establishing and maintaining cooperative relations with community agencies and organizations. Is an advocate for the Head Start Programs and their families. Keeps all appropriate personnel informed of family situations and needs. Submits required monthly reports, and enters component information into the computer. Recruits and enrolls Head Start children. Must be able to communicate effectively, plan and organize.

Master’s degree in Social Work or Sociology desired. Bachelor’s in Social Work or Sociology required. Five years of experience in a supervisory/management capacity a must. Prior experience working with pre-school children desired. Practices good personal hygiene. Various other duties as assigned.

   

 

 

 

 

FISCAL OFFICER

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

Involves the planning, organization, staffing, and operations of the Fiscal Office; within the policy guidelines of the EOA Board of Directors and under the supervision of the Executive Director. The Fiscal Officer is directly responsible for all record-keeping, internal controls, and fiscal systems requisite to ensure prompt and accurate preparation of all financial data required by the Board of Directors, government agencies, funding sources, and other Agency personnel. The Fiscal Officer is expected to give advice on all fiscal matters, interpret fiscal instructions and data, devise procedural improvements, and maintain a meaningful liaison with related agencies and independent external auditors. The Fiscal Officer is responsible for all compliance and regulations for Government (federal, state, and local) contracts and private grants. Must be able to adapt to a continually evolving environment and thrive in an autonomous deadline-oriented workforce while managing the fiscal staff.

Plans organize and supervise the work and staff of the Fiscal Office to ensure proper maintenance of all accounting systems and functions.

Reviews and approve all purchase vouchers, and payroll transactions ensuring that all transactions are complete, necessary, reasonable, accurate, and are in accordance with the applicable OMB Circular A-122, A-133, and A-110 standards. receipts and disbursements, journal entries. Maintains Chart of Accounts and Project/Contract/Grant Master Files on GMS Accounting System. Handles tax matters, insurance, and bonding (liability, workman’s comp, vehicles, and 990).

A CPA is preferred. A degree in Business Administration, Accounting, or a related field, together with a minimum of 5-10 years experience in Fiscal management in a preferably non-profit organization; government; or business; with at least five years’ experience in the supervision of Fiscal personnel will be considered. Deep knowledge and understanding of the Office of Management and Budget Circulars A-133, A-122, and A-100. Experience managing finance (accounting, budgeting, controlling, and reporting) for a complex non-profit with multiple funding sources including government (federal and state) contracts. Excellent written and oral communication skills, plus demonstrates excellent analytical, interpersonal, and organizational skills.

   

 

 

 

 

 

HEALTH SERVICES SPECIALIST

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

Works under the direction of the Early Childhood Services Manager. Supervises the implementation of the Health Services goals and objectives set forth by the Performance Standards and EOA policies. Writes and updates health work plan, reviews budgets, meets with committees for input on annual work plan and budget. Monitors the health services program, secures commitments for services and negotiates contracts and agreements. Distributes supplies and equipment to staff and monitors the delivery of health services for children.

LPN with current Georgia license is required. Two years’ experience with children is preferred. Must have valid Georgia Driver’s License, able to lift 50 pounds and have a good MVR. Good knowledge of the community and the ability to communicate well with pre-school children is helpful.

   

 

 

 

 

 

BURKE NUTRITION VAN DRIVER (Community Services Block Grant)

TEMP —— Work Until September 2, 2022

30 hours per week $9.78 per hour

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

Under the immediate supervision of the Senior Center Program Director, transports participants to and from sites and events; ensures the vehicle is maintained, safe, and clean, and provides comfortable transportation. Assist in community needs assessments, planning, and encouraging low-income resident participation in all solutions/programs. Checks the condition of a vehicle’s tires, brakes, windshield wipers, lights, oil, fuel, water, and safety equipment to ensure that everything is in working order. Maintains knowledge of first-aid procedures. Keeps van interior clean for passengers.

Must have knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer and personal services and the ability to work effectively with low-income people, community leaders, agency staff personnel, and the general public. Any work and/or life experiences which contribute to maturity, sensitivity to others, and motivation to work in a Community Action Agency are helpful. Must have a valid driver’s license, good driving record, reliable vehicle, and motor vehicle insurance coverage. Ability to read maps and use GPS for navigation.

High School diploma or GED with at least two years of driving experience transporting passengers. Prefer someone with knowledge and experience in basic vehicle maintenance with first aid training. Must be dependable, reliable, and responsible in fulfilling obligations. Must possess a valid driver’s license, good driving record, and appropriate vehicle insurance coverage.

   

 

 

 

 

 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (Community Services Block Grant)

37.5 hours salary range $27,256 – 30,050

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

Under the immediate supervision of the Community Services Director or designated project/site coordinator, this position requires a self-starter with demonstrated skills in data entry, database reporting, record keeping, organizational skills, excellent oral and written communication skills, Microsoft Office software, excellent customer service skills and ability to work well with the low-income population, coworkers, partner agencies and the community at large. Greets visitors or callers and handles their inquiries or directs them to the appropriate persons according to their needs. Answers telephones, directs/routes calls, takes messages and places calls. Opens, reads, routes and distributes income g mail or other materials and answers routine letters. Make copies of correspondence or other printed material. Train and assist staff with computer usage. Prepare agendas and make arrangements, such as coordinating catering for luncheons for committee, board and other meetings. Reviews reimbursement requests submitted by subcontractors to ensure accuracy before payment. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.

Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel. Some knowledge of and experience with database operations and Microsoft PowerPoint software. AA degree in Secretarial Science or a related field or at least one year of clerical training and experience in a similar position and computer/keyboarding training or coursework. Any work and/or life experiences which contribute to maturity, sensitivity to others, and motivation to work in a CAA is helpful.

   

 

 

 

 

 

COMMUNITY RESOURCE SPECIALIST (Community Services Block Grant)

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

Under the direct supervision of the Community Services Director, Community Services Deputy Director or Program Coordinator is responsible for case management of families and individuals eligible for the assigned program, Community Services Department programs, and services for participants. Responsible for outreach, eligibility determination, records management, referrals, follow-up services, identifying and securing community resources for participants, maintaining partnerships and representing the agency at collaborative and partner meetings. Performs applicant intake and eligibility determination activities, identifying and assessing the eligibility of families and individuals as specified in program guidelines. Explains regulations, policies or procedures to applicants, participants, staff and/or partner agencies as needed. Interviews families and individuals to identify strengths, goals, needs, critical issues/barriers by conducting needs/assets based assessment as well as a barrier to stability/self-sufficiency assessment. Compiles information on social, educational, employment, financial, criminal, institutional, and/or drug history as applicable, to assist in self-sufficiency planning.

 

Conducts follow-up on participants who have completed or exited training or programs or received services on a regular basis to measure outcomes and receive feedback. Desired awareness of the problems in the community and knowledge of the target area/population to be served.

 

Bachelor’s degree in one of the social sciences or related field or at least two years college and four years’ experience in a similar position. Any work and/or life experiences which contribute to maturity, sensitivity to others and motivation to work in a Community Action Agency is helpful. Must have a valid driver’s license, good driving record, reliable vehicle and motor vehicle insurance coverage.

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Senior Center Program Assistant

CSBG SENIOR CENTER—SENIOR NUTRITION BURKE COUNTY

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

Performs work under the supervision of the Senior Center Program Director. Work involves assisting with responsibility for implementing a High-Quality Senior Center Program that includes providing nutritional meals, health and wellness activities and recreational activities for participants. Provides administrative support for the program. Will assist in monitoring food service operations, assist with planning and evaluating menus, the coordination and implementing of client activities and field trips. Assists with preparation of monthly programmatic reports, outcomes reports, and other federal, state, and local reports based on grant and department requirements, completing accurate reports, developing and implementing a record-keeping system, and performing all other duties as assigned.

Must have a high school diploma or higher education (preferably with human services, food preparation, and/or management coursework.,). Must have at least 3 years of administrative and supervisory experience working with senior adults, community organizations, and other social service programs. Must possess a valid driver’s license, have reliable transportation, and appropriate vehicle insurance coverage. Must possess good verbal and written skills.

   

 

 

 

 

 

Clerk Typist

MCDUFFIE HEAD START

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

Responsible for work performed under the supervision of the Center Director. Duties include tasks necessary to maintain an effective office routine. Proofs and types correspondence organizes and maintains a filing system. Handles all day-to-day office activities. Performs other duties for the good of the Agency as required. Operates office machines, copiers, computer hardware, and software, including word processors, and other machines.

Must be able to communicate effectively, orally and in writing. Must be able to lift at least 50 pounds or more. Business College/ Technical School graduate in the business-related field required. Must have at least one year of typing with a minimum of 50 wpm and clerical experience. Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation and obtain MVR within 15 days of employment.

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

Health Specialist

EARLY HEAD START/CHILD CARE PARTNERSHIPS OFFICE—AUGUSTA, GA

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

Responsible for the delivery of health services for the Early Head Start program under the supervision of the Early Head Start Coordinator. Current Pediatric First Aid and CPR certifications.

Current license issued by the Georgia Department of Professional Regulations for LPN. Experience in Pediatric Nursing. Initial health examination that includes screening for TB to assure no significant risk to the health and safety of others.

   

 

 

 

 

 

HEAD START CENTER OPERATIONS ASSISTANT

Floyd Head Start

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

Work involves the supervision and coordination of the Center’s operations. Reports to the Center Director. Serves as a resource person for the staff and prepares monthly reports for the Supervisor and other appropriate Administrative Staff. Supervises the Center Staff. Schedules field trips. Ensures that the physical environment is safe and clean. Supervises and assists with the planning of classroom activities. Conducts center meetings at least monthly and prepares bus monitor schedule. Keeps adequate records and ensures their confidentiality.

Desire College study with course work in Early Childhood Education. AA degree in Management or a related field is required. Three years’ experience working in a preschool setting. A minimum of two years of supervisory experience. Must have a reliable vehicle and a valid driver’s license.

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bus Driver

RICHMOND, LOUISVILLE, EMANUEL, HARLEM, STATESBORO AND MCDUFFIE COUNTY

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

Transport children to and from the Center. Provide transportation for parents to and from the Center. Keep daily pick-up log and keeps bus clean. Must have High School diploma, at least 2 years of training/experience in school bus driving and basic maintenance.

Must have a valid Georgia Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) with a “SP” endorsement and an excellent driving record. Good knowledge of the community and the ability to communicate well with preschool children is helpful.

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

Family Service Worker and Pre-K Family Service Worker

HARLEM, RICHMOND, JENKINS, LOUISVILLE, STATESBORO, SYLVANIA AND EMANUEL COUNTY

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

Works to ensure that all aspects of the local program’s health, disabilities, social services, parent engagement, and mental health components meet or exceed the requirements set forth in the Head Start Performance Standards. Assists in establishing and maintaining cooperative relations with community agencies and organizations. Is an advocate for the Head Start Programs and its families. Keeps all appropriate personnel informed of family situations and needs. Submits required monthly reports, and enters component information into the computer. Recruits and enrolls Head Start children. Must be able to communicate effectively, plan and organize.

AA degree in the Social Services Field with three years of experience in the area of Family Health and Social Services.

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TEACHER ASSISTANT

RICHMOND COUNTY, STATESBORO, EMANUEL, WRENS, SYLVANIA

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

Plans daily activities with the teacher. Assists with the physical arrangement of the classroom and mealtime preparations. Works with the teacher to implement daily activities both inside and outside. Supervises loading and unloading of the buses, makes the required home visits, conducts the individual child assessment, and performs other duties as assigned.

Must have a high school diploma with vocational training in Early Childhood Education plus three years experience working with preschool children. CDA Certificates will be required within the first year.

   

 

 

 

TEACHER

BURKE, RICHMOND COUNTY, STATESBORO, WADLEY AND EMANUEL

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

Works directly with the children using various techniques and experiences to help each child develop socially, intellectually, physically and emotionally. Develops and implements group and individual lesson plans which will meet the individual needs of the children weekly. Makes required home visits. Makes a complete assessment of each Child’s individual needs. Minimum

AA degree in Early Childhood Education and three years’ experience. Must have computer skills.

   

 

 

 

 

 

COOK AIDE

RICHMOND COUNTY AND STATESBORO

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

Performs work under the supervision of the Cook. Duties include food storage, cleaning, assisting with food preparation, and reordering of food. Must be able to obtain safe-serve certification. Maintain food paperwork. Cleans work area and appliances attends parent and staff meetings. Various other duties as assigned.

   

 

 

 

 

BUS MONITOR
LOUISVILLE, STATESBORO, WARREN, EMANUEL, WADLEY, RICHMOND AND MCDUFFIE COUNTY

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

High School diploma or equivalent is required. Prior experience working with pre-school children desired. Practices good personal hygiene. Various other duties as assigned.

   

 

 

 

 

 

JANITOR

STATESBORO

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

High School diploma or equivalent required. Prior experience working with pre-school children desired. Practices good personal hygiene. Various other duties as assigned.

Applicants must have prior work experience in cleaning school buildings and keeping them in good repair: performing minor painting, plumbing and carpentry tasks. All applicants must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

COOK
FLOYD HEAD START

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

Performs work under supervision of the Center Director. Duties include food storage, cleaning, assisting with food preparation and reordering of food.

Must be able to obtain safe-serve certification. Maintain food paperwork. Cleans work area and appliances attends parent and staff meetings. Various other duties as assigned.

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Substitute Bus Driver

ALL COUNTIES HEAD START

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:
Transport children to and from the Center. Provide transportation for parents to and from the Center. Keep daily pick-up log and keeps bus clean.

Must have a High School diploma, at least 2 years of training/experience in school bus driving and basic maintenance. Must have a valid Georgia Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) with a “SP” endorsement and an excellent driving record. Good knowledge of the community and the ability to communicate well with preschool children is helpful.

   

 

 

 

 

 

QUALIFIED persons interested in applying for these positions must send a your qualifications for this position, which meet the requirements above by July 31, 2022. Must have a clean driving record and the ability to be covered by our liability insurance.

We are a drug free workplace. Only qualified applicants will be contacted. Detailed job descriptions are available in the Personnel Office, 1261 Greene Street, Augusta, GA 30901. Fax 706 722-8565

“AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER —DISABILITY AND VETERAN”