Work, Work, Work!
Looking to help others succeed? Consider joining our team of dedicated staff! Helping People Succeed is a great place to work. Our staff work together to provide the best services possible to members of our community. Helping People Succeed is a performance based and family friendly workplace, offering flexible work schedules to meet the work-life balance of our staff and our participants. We all know we spend the majority of our waking hours at work. For this reason it is always the goal of our Leadership Team to make Helping People Succeed a fun and flexible place to work. It takes a very dedicated, organized, honest, and dependable person to meet the demands of service to others (and the paperwork requirements that come with it). Our employees work hard and we give every effort to help our employees take care of themselves while helping others.
We are a diverse organization providing services to children, youth, and adults with various needs. It takes a special person with a true desire to be in service to others to work here. We have 22 different program areas ranging in services from infants and children to adults and to the families of all of the people we serve. We are always striving to identify and meet the needs of members of our community. If you meet the position qualifications for an open position and you have the desire and dedication to help others in need—we hope you will consider making Helping People Succeed your new work-home.
All job openings are posted on Monster.com and Indeed.com. Please check these websites for openings. When applying please e-mail your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to note the open position for which you are applying to ensure your resume is directed to the appropriate hiring supervisor. We screen all resumes and will reply to those applicants who best meet or exceed the qualifications for the open position to complete an application and interview.
Helping People Succeed is a Drug Free Workplace and an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Volunteer, Volunteer, Volunteer Here!
Volunteers make the world (and Helping People Succeed) a much better place. Join our team of dedicated volunteers! We are fortunate to have reliable, dependable, and dedicated volunteers—and we always have room for more. There is much need! We know you will find volunteering at Helping People Succeed a rewarding experience. If you are considering lending a helping hand look no further. Some of our needs are listed below—however we are not limited to those opportunities listed. We are interested in what you have to offer and would like to learn what you would like to do to help the people we serve. Please note—for the safety of the people we server, all Volunteers must pass a drug screening and Level II background screening (as do our employees) to work around and with the people we serve. Your volunteer coordinator will train you in the area you have chosen to dedicate your time. If you are interested please e-mail email@example.com for questions or to apply as a volunteer. You may also choose to complete the attached volunteer application and either scan and e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax it to 772-320-0036 or drop it off at our reception desk at 1100 S. Federal Hwy. in Stuart, FL.
Helping People Succeed, Inc. Non-Discrimination Policy:
Helping People Succeed, Inc. believes that equal opportunity is important for the continuing success of our organization. In accordance with state, federal, and municipal laws, this organization intends to comply with these laws which preclude negative discrimination because of race, disability, color, creed, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, military status, or any other protected classification. This policy applies to all activities of Helping People Succeed, Inc., including but not limited to providing services to participants, employment, selection of volunteers, grant making, purchasing, and selecting vendors or consultants. Helping People Succeed, Inc. defines "negative discrimination" to include (but not necessarily be limited to) denial of services, employment, or volunteer opportunities to any class of individuals in a manner that negatively restricts opportunities to that class of individuals.