North Shore Community Action Programs is an Equal Opportunity Employer. NSCAP does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, religion, familial status, sexual orientation, disability, ancestry, marital status, source of income, veteran history/military status, or genetic information.
We offer a great working environment that recognizes that our employees are our greatest assets. If you enjoy working as a team to help low-income families achieve self-sufficiency, then please send us your resume.
We offer a competitive benefits package for full-time employees which includes health care, life insurance and sick/vacation/holiday pay.
Personal Care Assistants (Part-time)
Our Elder Home Care program has an immediate opening for Personal Homemakers/HHA. Portuguese and Spanish speakers encouraged to apply. Positions have potential of becoming full-time positions. The ideal candidate will be able to provide personal care and/or homemaking services to elderly and/or disabled clients. Must have own transportation and be sensitive to the needs of the elderly. Some evenings and weekends are necessary. Experience is preferred but not mandatory.
Interested applicants may call 978-531-0767 x129 or apply in person at North Shore Community Action Programs, 119 Rear Foster St., Building 13, Peabody, MA.
Request for Proposal – Grant Writer (Contract)
NSCAP is seeking the services of a qualified consultant to assist in researching and writing grant proposals in support of existing programming at NSCAP. This application is to be submitted electronically by March 2, 2018 and will thoroughly respond to all questions in a way that demonstrates prior success in grant writing, and knowledge of North Shore grant makers.
Interested applicants may download the detailed Request for Proposal for details.
Answers to questions will be posted in the Q&A.
“Thank you NSCAP for helping us with temporary shelter, and a permanent place to live.”
NSCAP provides social services that enable low-income families and individuals to obtain the skills and knowledge they need to become economically self-sufficient, civically engaged, and to live in dignity and decency.
119 Rear Foster Street, Building 13
Peabody, MA 01960