CAPIC is currently seeking personnel for the following positions:

Client Services Caseworker

Job Description:
Community Action Programs Inter-City, Inc. (CAPIC) is seeking an individual who will provide casework assistance to Clients participating in the treatment, recovery, housing and workforce aspects of the Chelsea Community Navigator Program. The Client Services Caseworker will be responsible to maintain accurate client records, document interactions, conduct home visits, prepare weekly written reports, mediate disputes, follow up employment inquiries and coordinate services. It is essential that the successful candidate be bilingual, proficient in verbal and written communication skills and be familiar with the demographic and cultural characteristics of the Client population.


  1. High School Diploma or GED
  2. Proven experience working with street involved persons
  3. Good verbal and written skills
  4. Bilingual in Spanish required

Pre-School Lead Teacher/ Full Time (Chelsea)

Job Description
  • Develop and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum to meet the needs of Head Start children (3-5 years) and prepare them for kindergarten. 
  • The curriculum will foster social, emotional, and intellectual development to support each child’s unique learning style
  • Utilize Creative Curriculum and Teaching Strategies Gold to provide instruction/assessment that is aligned with state (EEC) and (ACF-OHS) federal regulations. 
  • Work with mentor to implement literacy (Owl) and math curriculum (building Blocks)
  • Assess children to determine individual needs to plan effective curriculum
  • Develop strong professional relationships with families that encourage their full engagement with the program and their child by creating an open and welcoming environment, meeting with families regularly and making planned home visits
  • Work with low-income children and families from culturally diverse backgrounds.
  •  Provide supervision to Assistant Teacher
  • Maintain federal Head Start Performance Standards; NAEYC Standards and state EEC requirements to include licensing requirements and QRIS standards
  • Ensure that classroom space is safe and supports a positive and accepting learning environment


  1. BA or AA* degree in Early Childhood Education or BA/AA in related field with EEC Lead Teacher certificate with a minimum of 18 months experience .
  2. Director I or II EEC Certification.
  3. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  4. Strong computer skills.
  5. Driver’s license, or access to a vehicle in order to make home visits

* Qualified candidates with an Associate’s Degree must complete their Bachelor’s Degree within the first two years or within a reasonable time period.

Blingual in Spanish.

Assistant Teacher/ Part Time (Chelsea)

Job Description
  • Provide high quality daily educational activities in a supportive and nurturing Head Start classroom to children 3-5 years of age.
  • Follow EEC and, NAEYC and Office of Head Start regulations.
  • Ensure that classroom space is safe and supports a positive and accepting learning environment
  • Participate in a four (4) hour instructional day (8:15-12:15)
  • Participate in planning and meeting time from 12:30-2:00


  • High School Diploma or GED,
  • Bi-lingual in English and Spanish (able to communicate fluently in both languages).
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.


  • Previous pre-school experience with EEC teacher certification.
  • Ability to relate well to children and parents.
Training is provided and financial support is available for college course work.
Benefits include; vacation and sick leave, participation in retirement plan.

Mail cover letter and Resumes to:

Mr. Robert S. Repucci
Executive Director
100 Everett Ave., Unit 14
Chelsea, MA 02150
CAPIC is an EOE.