JBNC Career Opportunities

The John Boner Neighborhood Centers has a variety of employment opportunities available, both in office and virtual. View our current opportunities below. 

Admin

Front Desk Customer Service Representative (Bilingual)
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: As the “front-end” staff member for the Boner Center, the Front Desk Representative is responsible for ensuring all customers, are greeted and directed to the appropriate resources within the organization. The Front Desk Customer Service Representative is responsible for the overall front office, including the reception area, and resource room activities.

Financial Foundations

CARES – Eligibility Specialist (Bilingual)
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: Community Assistance Response, Engagement & Supports (CARES) – Eligibility Specialist is responsible for the accuracy, efficiency, and time determining and processing of eligibility-based applications and programming.  This position is responsible for understanding and applying all eligibility guidelines to the appropriate program and circumstance. 

CARES – Eligibility Specialist (Seasonal / Long-term Assignments)
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: Community Assistance Response, Engagement & Supports (CARES) – Eligibility Specialist is responsible for the accuracy, efficiency and time determining and processing of eligibility-based applications and programming.  This position is responsible for understanding and applying all eligibility guidelines to the appropriate program and circumstance.

CARES – Frontline Services Manager (PM Shift)
Indianapolis, IN United States

Community Assistance, Response, Engagement and Supports (CARES) – Frontline Services Manager

Position Summary: The CARES Frontline Services Manager oversees the day-to-day operations and activities of the CARES Team, the staff responsible for eligibility-based program applications. This position provides administrative support, acts as a staff trainer; and performs related duties as required. This position’s hours are 12:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday – Thursday and 8-5 on Friday.

Youth & Children

EDGE Student Support Network Youthworker
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: The EDGE Student Support Network Youthworker works to successfully implement the day-to day operation of the EDGE Student Support Network in collaboration with the IPS district.

Indy East Achievement Zone Licensed Reading Interventionist
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: The John Boner Neighborhood Center in partnership with Brookside Elementary, IPS 54 and Thomas Gregg Neighborhood School to increase educational outcomes for Near Eastside students. JBNC is seeking licensed Reading Interventionists who will work full time onsite at either Thomas Gregg Neighborhood School or Brookside Elementary to support students in grades Kindergarten – 6th Grade identified as at-risk in Reading.

Indy East Achievement Zone Youth Services Project Manager   
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: The IndyEast Achievement Zone Initiative (IEAZI) is the result of community-driven, long-range planning efforts focused on transforming the neighborhoods east of downtown Indianapolis.  Once thought of as neighborhoods of last resort, the Near Eastside, and Martindale-Brightwood are experiencing a grassroots-led resurgence. Despite new investments and growth, the neighborhoods continue to remain well behind other Indianapolis communities and the surrounding Marion County area in employment rates, educational attainment, household income, and school performance.

EDGE Afterschool Site Coordinator 
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: The EDGE Site Coordinator assists the IEAZ Youth Director in the planning, development and implementation of the daily management of the EDGE (Education, Discovery, Growth and Excellence) Afterschool and Summer Programs. This position focuses on the academic portion of the EDGE Program, while also assisting in coordinating enrichment activities, and working collaboratively with other EDGE program coordinators. EDGE Site Coordinators provide family engagement opportunities and collaborate with other departments within John Boner Neighborhood Centers to ensure that families are supported through a two-generational approach.

EDGE Afterschool Assistant Site Coordinator 
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: The EDGE Assistant Site Coordinator assists the EDGE Site Coordinator in the planning, development and implementation of the daily management of the EDGE (Education, Discovery, Growth and Excellence) Afterschool and Summer Programs. This position focuses on the academic portion of the EDGE Program, while also assisting in coordinating enrichment activities, and working collaboratively with other EDGE program coordinators. EDGE Assistant Site Coordinator s provide family engagement opportunities and collaborate with other departments within John Boner Neighborhood Centers to ensure that families are supported through a two-generational approach.

EDGE Youth Worker
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: The EDGE Youth Worker works to successfully implement the day-to day operation of the EDGE Afterschool Program. The program is designed to provide academic, recreational, and other enrichment activities to students by working cooperatively with the parents, staff, and administration of each school.

Social-Emotional Learning Fellow–AmeriCorps
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: AmeriCorps is a term of service to your community and your country. As a program of John Boner Neighborhood Centers and a key strategy of the IndyEast Promise Zone, the Near Eastside Education AmeriCorps (NEEA) program achieves our mission by positively affecting the social-emotional development of youth aged infants/toddlers through Grade 8, and enveloping our neighborhood parents in a supportive and empowering community. Partnering with schools, day cares, and youth-serving organizations, we train and equip AmeriCorps fellows to assist youth in developing the self-confidence, as well as the emotional, social, and behavioral skills they need to be the best learners that they can be.

Housing

Property Manager
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: The Property Manager is responsible for all aspects of successful property management including the development and monitoring of company policies and procedures related to property management; responsible for recruitment, training, development; the leasing of units, the screening and application process, rent collection, resident charges, legal fees, payment plans, the eviction or termination processes, the timely preparation of vacant units for lease, and resident certifications/re-certifications.  This position is also responsible for the efficient and purposeful integration of services, leadership & coordination with other partners.

Community Development

Eastside Economic Recovery & Mobility District Director
Indianapolis, IN United States

The Eastside Economic Recovery & Mobility District Director engages residents, partners, and organizations across three different neighborhoods to maximize opportunities to create a vibrant and thriving eastside community.

Position Summary: The EERMD Director will advise and lead the development and implementation of the Eastside Economic Recovery & Mobility District (EERMD). The EERMD will promote existing comprehensive community development initiatives, such as the IndyEast Promise Zone and the 21st Century Talent Region and develop new comprehensive community development initiatives. The Director will oversee and manage the implementation of specific objectives in neighbor defined goal areas. Critical to the success of this position is the ability to engage the broadest coalition of various stakeholders.

Maintenance

Part-Time Maintenance Groundskeeper/Housekeeper
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: Performs high quality maintenance and housekeeping working on existing buildings and grounds and using various hand tools and gas-powered tools to mow and maintain the John H. Boner Community Center’s properties. This includes multifamily, single family housing units and commercial buildings.


Maintenance Technician
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: Performs high quality maintenance and repairs to John Boner Neighborhood Center’s properties. This includes multifamily, single family housing units and commercial buildings.

Transportation

Transportation Service Monitor
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: The Transportation Service Monitor assists the JBNC driver in maintaining discipline while bus is in operation; maintain proper records and documentation; assist student loading, unloading and seating arrangements as required.


Part-Time Driver
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: The Driver position is responsible for safely transporting individuals and groups participating in John Boner Neighborhood Centers’ programs and activities, ensuring accurate data collection and entry, working with other drivers, community organizations, and JBNC staff to offer reliable, timely transportation services for all participants. This is a part-time position, at approximately 10-15 hours per week, including evening hours, Monday through Friday. Reports directly to the Transportation Coordinator at the Boner Fitness and Learning Center.

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