Employment Opportunities

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At this time, WCAC is seeking to fill the following positions:

Click link below each posting for specific details and application process. Additional questions can be directed to hr@wcac.net


The Worcester Community Action Council (WCAC) Board of Directors has engaged the services of Koya Leadership Partners (KLP) to direct the search for the post of Executive Director being vacated by Jill Dagilis who is retiring effective the end of May 2019. The Executive Director role is a full-time position based in Worcester, Massachusetts. Additional details and a candidate profile available here. All inquiries will be held confidential and should be directed to Shavon Bell at sbell@koyapartners.com

Head Start

  • Seeking Lead Teacher, Head Start, School Year (30 hrs/wk). WCAC is seeking a part-time school year, Lead Teacher in our Southbridge Head Start program. The successful candidate will be responsible for planning and implementing a developmentally appropriate program that contributes to children’s overall growth, self-esteem, social competence, development and safety.Lead Teacher 1-30-19


  • Seeking Health & Nutrition Coordinator, Head Start, Part Time, 30 hours WCAC is seeking a qualified professional for a part time (30 hours, with potential for full time) position in our Southbridge location to provide coordination and supervision of Health & Nutrition services to the Head Start (HS) and Early Head Start (EHS) programs. Health Nutrition Coordinator 8-2-18

Healthy Families of Southern Worcester County

  • Seeking Supervisor, Healthy Families, Full Time (37.5 Hours) WCAC is seeking a full time, Supervisor for our Healthy Families program. The successful candidate will be responsible for supervising a team of Family Support Advocates (FSA) in an effort to support, educate, and achieve optimal service delivery to families. This person will work with the program Director to ensure program quality and continue to build outreach efforts. Healthy Families Supervisor 3-13-19
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