Careers

Hope for Prisoners is dedicated to helping those formerly incarcerated find their path after release from the penal system. We believe everyone deserves support and assistance to be successful when they get a second chance.

We have adopted a set of core values that serve to inspire us and our clients to be our very best. Our core values are integrated in our training and mentoring. Our clients are expected to understand and live these values every day.

Integrity

Accountability
Motivation

Honor
Optimism
Perseverance
Excellence

If you share these values and want to make a difference every day, we’d love to learn more about you and your talents.

Current Open Positions

Chief Operating
Officer

Mentor
Coordinator

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Career Coach Reentry (NEG)

Job Summary
The Career Coach (NEG) role is a fulltime exempt position funded through U.S. Department of Labor’s National Emergency Grant (NEG), subject to continuation based on availability of grant funds. The Career Coach at Hope for Prisoners (HFP) is responsible for encouraging, guiding, supporting, and monitoring the success of program clients. Career coaches may specialize within the organization working on initial intake and support services to assist clients in adjusting and stabilizing or work with clients proceeding to career and next step goals.

https://www.indeed.com/job/career-coach-reentry-neg-2cdf3c3c840f3595

Job Developer (NEG)

Job Summary
This Job Developer role is a fulltime position funded through U.S. Department of Labor’s National Emergency Grant (NEG), subject to continuation based on availability of grant funds. The Job Developer is responsible for establishing, building, and maintaining solid relationships with local businesses that allow the placement and sustainable employment of Hope for Prisoners (HFP) clients. This position will coordinate and conduct employer activities, and work with the case managers/career coaches to identify good matches between jobs and candidates.

Career Coach - WIOA Reentry

Job Summary
The WIOA Career Coach Reentry at Hope for Prisoners (HFP) is an exempt position responsible for encouraging, guiding, supporting, and monitoring the success of program clients. Career coaches may specialize within the organization working on initial intake and support services to assist clients in adjusting and stabilizing, or work with clients proceeding to career and next step goals.

https://www.indeed.com/job/career-coach-wioa-reentry-adb9f24baf39e77f

Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor (CDAC)

Job Summary
The Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor (CDAC) is a certified professional who helps individuals overcome addiction and substance abuse issues. This role serves as the primary support and case manager focusing on individuals with substance abuse and addiction issues.

https://www.indeed.com/job/certified-drug-and-alcohol-counselor-cdac-33e2b7596cf46be2

PROGRAM MANAGER II

PROGRAM MANAGER II
 
Job Summary
Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer (COO), the Program Manager II is responsible for the management of the HOPE for Prisoners mentoring and training department. The Program Manager II is an exempt position and will work in collaboration with program staff to oversee the mentoring program, develop customized training modules and conduct training for the individuals enrolled to receive services at Hope for Prisoners (HFP). The employee in this position is responsible for creating and conducting interactive workshops designed to increase knowledge and skills for clients re-entering the workforce. Training will be a combination of in-person and virtual.

Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor (CDAC)

HOW TO APPLY

To apply for any open position, please click here.  All applications must be accompanied by a current resume and letter of interest.  Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.  Please direct any questions regarding the HOPE for Prisoners hiring process to HR@hopeforprisoners.org.  We thank you for your interest in joining the HOPE for Prisoners team!  Our goal is to provide you with a response to your application in a timely manner and we request that you allow a minimum of two weeks after submitting your application before conducting any follow up.