Racine Kenosha Community Action Agency, Inc. offers a variety of employment opportunities, including educational, nutritional and skilled labor positions. To find out more about RKCAA employment opportunities, please see the posts below.
Click here for more information on employment and skills training offered by the Racine County Workforce Development Center. Workshops are offered free of charge and include such topics as resume writing, interviewing techniques, and other employment related issues.
To download an agency application, please click here.
The Racine/Kenosha Community Action Agency’s Weatherization Program is seeking a full-time individual to serve as the Inventory Worker. This person must have a high school diploma with at least 4 years office experience, with post-secondary courses in areas of accounting, finance and/or bookkeeping, AA in Business Management or Communications is preferred. 2 years experience with data entry, preferably with Windows, Word for Windows, Access, and Excel. Candidate must have a valid driver’s license, driving record acceptable to the agency’s insurance carrier, access to a motor vehicle during work hours and appropriate insurance.
Persons recommended for hire, will be subject to a criminal and reference background check conducted prior to being offered the position. In some cases those individuals may be subjected to fingerprinting as well. Costs for fingerprinting will be paid by the employer.
If you answered “Yes” to any of the questions above, you may be able to join the RKCAA team as a volunteer or an unpaid intern. RKCAA has opportunities available for individuals with varied interests and availability.
Students in the human services, social services, project manager or related fields of study can apply for 1 or 2 semester placements. These internships are unpaid however, depending upon your school, may satisfy field placement/community hours requirements. Activities that may be offered to the intern include:
In addition, the intern will become acquainted with many of the community services available that address poverty, hunger and health and will network with some of the professionals in this community through day-to-day work and committee attendance.
Students or individuals interested in community event planning, implementation, and evaluation can apply to volunteer for Baby Expo 2018. This position will entail development, tracking, planning, and execution of outreach opportunities including tabling for the event. In addition, volunteer(s) will be involved in day of event activities that include gathering community feedback, monitoring flow of traffic, and other logistics.
Please note that some activities require a background check and valid Wisconsin Driver’s License. Although not a requirement, bilingual (Spanish) skills are a plus.
If you’re up for the challenge, we’d be happy to have you join our team. Please submit the form on the side of this page or call the RKCAA Central Office (262-637-8377) and ask for Gary Cotton, Human Resources Director.