My Friend’s Place is an inspiring and rewarding place to
work, and every member of our staff plays an integral role
in supporting youth to move toward lives of wellness,
stability, and self-sufficiency.
Below, you will find a list of current openings. If you have questions regarding the application process or any of the available positions, please e-mail the appropriate hiring manager as listed at the bottom of the job description.
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENTFull Time
Working in conjunction with the Director of Development, the Associate Director of Development is responsible for providing leadership and supervision for the development and implementation of My Friend’s Place’s fundraising and resource development efforts, including the planning and production of events, including the annual gala, as well as the development and implementation of the My Friend’s Place communications plan, including the development and production of communications pieces (newsletters, press releases, mailings, email lists, web and social media). The Associate Director of Development also plays a lead role in the development and implementation of key areas of the resource development plan, including corporate engagement, individual giving and major gifts. The Associate Director of Development does not currently supervise any staff members but that is likely to change as the Development team grows in the future.
CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER FOR HOUSING CASE MANAGEMENT Full Time
Working from a trauma informed, strengths based, and harm reduction approach and in alignment with Coordinated Entry System (CES), the Clinical Social Worker will address urgent basic needs and psychosocial issues facing youth and young adults experiencing homelessness. The ultimate goal of all intervention is to partner with youth in order to resolve their experience of homelessness. This full time position will be managed by the Health & Well-Being Manager.
My Friend’s Place is a privately funded nonprofit organization with a mission
“to assist and inspire homeless youth to build self-sufficient lives.”
Our crisis resource drop-in center provides
emergency, health, mental health, creative arts,
case management, and education & employment
services to more than 1,000 youth and young adults
experiencing homelessness annually.
The youth and young adults we serve are predominantly
black and brown and male identified. We recognize the
experience of homelessness as a social, racial and
economic justice issue, and as such, you can read more
about our JEDI Vision and Principles.
Our comprehensive, multi-disciplinary program model is
innovative and replicated in drop-in centers locally and
nationally. We are a data lead agency committed to
continuous learning and development.
My Friend’s Place is
an equal opportunity
Multilingual individuals, people of various abilities, LGBTQIA-identified individuals, and people of color are especially encouraged to apply, as are people with the skills and knowledge to engage productively with marginalized and underserved communities.