JBNC Career Opportunities

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

Financial Success

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.

Customer Service Manager – CARES Eligibility
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: The CARES Frontline Services Manager will play a vital role in helping eligible community members access energy and rental assistance. You’ll be overseeing the day-to-day operations and activities of the CARES Team, the staff responsible for eligibility-based program applications. The CARES Service Manager will provide administrative support, act as a staff trainer, and lead customer service for Community Assistance Response, Engagement & Supports (CARES) that strengthen the Near Eastside of Indianapolis.  As the CARES Frontline Services Manager, you will play a vital role in helping community members as an administrative and supervisory lead at John Boner Neighborhood Centers! 

This is a full-time, program and administrative manager position.

Education Achievement

EDGE Summer Camp Counselor 
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: Our PACT Youth Employment program exposes older youth to a variety of employment skills to help prepare them in acquiring and retaining future employment. As a PACT junior counselor, youth will be working in a field full of responsibility, professionalism, leadership, ethics, and integrity. Our PACT positions offer an intense learning experience that prepares youth for the foundational skills needed for any type of employment. Throughout the summer, PACT youth will engage in the following type of activities: workforce development and exploration, post-graduation readiness and exploration, and leadership development. Camp dates are June 13 – July 22. 

Community School Coordinator
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: The Community School Coordinator is responsible for coordinating multiple community partnerships within an individual school in the IndyEast Achievement Zone and creating a learning environment that supports student academic success and family stability through a two-generational approach.  The Community School Coordinator ensures that a variety of tiered services and interventions are available and accessible at the school level for students and families according to their level any type of need.  This position also works to identify and fill partnership gaps, including vetting potential opportunities, relationship cultivation, funding opportunities, and reducing barriers to parents and students to accessing services.

Positions available at: School 54 and Harshman Middle School

Staff and Program Coordinator (IEAZ)
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: John Boner Neighborhood Centers’ Staff and Program Coordinator is responsible for ensuring our youth programs are equipped to offer high quality programming and services to families. The Indy East Achievement Zone Staff and Program Coordinator will assume leadership of the recruitment, hiring, and onboarding of our direct service staff. This position will also take on leadership of our summer camp programs and assume leadership roles at one or multiple afterschool sites.

Community Development

Program and Grant Development Coordinator
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: The Program and Grant Development Coordinator works collaboratively with the Center’s programs and executive leadership to develop program outlines as well as secure and manage grant resources for existing and new opportunities. 

This role is 95% Telework / 5% Onsite.

IndyEast Promise Zone (IEPZ) AmeriCorps VISTA Positions
Indianapolis, IN United States

As lead organization of the IndyEast Promise Zone, JBNC is coordinating the search to fill six AmeriCorps VISTA positions. Your term of service will be dedicated to alleviating poverty on the Near Eastside of Indianapolis via goals related to Community Engagement, Housing, Education, Public Safety, Economic Development, and Job Creation. Selected candidates will begin a 12-month term of service on July 18, 2022.

Interested candidates must apply through the AmeriCorps website (direct links below) by July 1, 2022.

General duties include: Coordinating Promise Zone committee and working group meetings; working with community partners to implement strategies for accomplishing Promise Zone goals; developing processes and systems to communicate and engage with neighbors regarding the successes and challenges of IEPZ initiatives; and collaborating with the Promise Zone Director as well as representatives from the City of Indianapolis, the IU Public Policy Institute, and other evaluation partners to collect and report on outcome data.

Available Positions:
As Digital & Strategic Communications Coordinator VISTA you will be responsible for managing multiple communications platforms, including existing Promise Zone website and social media accounts, and will develop/implement a communications strategy for IEPZ across these and other platforms. You will work with the Promise Zone Director and Implementation Partners to capture and share stories demonstrating the impact of IEPZ initiatives in the neighborhood, which will involve translating those success stories for a diverse group of stakeholders, including: federal and city government officials, funders, and neighborhood residents. Interested? Apply here.

As Data & Evaluation Coordinator VISTA, you will track performance metrics for IEPZ initiatives and will work closely with the IU Public Policy Institute and other research partners to support ongoing data collection and mapping efforts across all IEPZ committees. You will prepare data reports for IEPZ committee and workgroup meetings, and will identify ways to refine data collection processes. Additionally, you will work with staff and the Safe IndyEast committee to implement activities focused on IEPZ safety goals, including crime prevention, youth intervention programming, and supportive reentry services. Interested? Apply here.

As Economic Development Coordinator VISTA, you will work with the co-chairs of the Buy IndyEast committee to achieve the IEPZ goals related to increasing economic activity surrounding: small business support, arts-based community development, and creative infrastructure. You will work collaboratively to implement projects which create vibrant commercial corridors and establish the IndyEast community as a regional destination for arts, dining, and recreation. Interested? Apply here.

As Education & Workforce Development Coordinator VISTA, you will work with Promise Zone Director and co-chairs of the Learn IndyEast and Work IndyEast committees to achieve IEPZ goals related to education and workforce development. You will build the committees’ capacity by leading committee and working group meetings and will plan/implement strategies to engage the community in education and workforce development. You will also research, plan, and develop partnerships to support education and workforce development goals. Interested? Apply here.

As Research & Evaluation Coordinator VISTA, you will take an active role in developing research practices, with a focus on quantitative data. You will develop research summaries and logic models for strategic initiatives and will support evaluation components of neighborhood engagement projects via data collection—including, but not limited to—conducting stakeholder surveys and interviews. You will work collaboratively to develop the infrastructure and protocols for disseminating information to targeted audiences, such as: anchor institutions, city leadership, businesses, area non-profits, philanthropic organizations, and area residents. Additionally, you will work with staff and the Live IndyEast committee to implement initiatives to achieve IEPZ housing goals. Interested? Apply here.

As Community & Economic Development Coordinator VISTA, you will be placed at various local community development corporations (CDC) on the Near Eastside and will work with representatives of those CDCs to build capacity within their respective organizations and increase economic activity surrounding: small business support, community development, and creative infrastructure. You will work at your designated site four days of the week, and will join the other five VISTA members one day a week for personal and professional development.  Interested? Apply here.

Health & Wellness

Fitness Zone Front Desk Support
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: The “first impressions greeter” for the Boner Fitness and Learning Center is responsible for serving the needs of our Fitness Zone members including greeting, check-in and providing information about all programs in the facility.  This position assists the Director of Fitness and Wellness in promoting, selling and processing membership, opening and closing the building, supervision of the Fitness Zone and assisting staff and partners with implementation of programming. 

Shifts: 6 AM – 10 AM;  12 PM – 5 PM;  4 PM – 8 PM

Maintenance

Maintenance Groundskeeper
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: Performs high quality maintenance working on existing grounds and uses various hand tools and gas-powered tools to mow and maintain John Boner Neighborhood Centers’ properties. This includes multi- and 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 Centers’ properties. This includes multifamily, single family housing units and commercial buildings.

Transportation

On-Call Bus Driver
Indianapolis, IN United States

Position Summary: The On-Call, Part-Time Bus 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 individual with be available on call to fill in for shifts that occur during morning, afternoon, and evening time slots. This position reports directly to the Transportation Coordinator at the Boner Fitness and Learning Center.

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