CAPIC is currently seeking personnel for the following positions:

An exciting opportunity is available to shape the lives of young children (3-5) and their families who are enrolled in the CAPIC Head Start Program. Head Start is a federal and state funded program that provides comprehensive pre-school services to low income children and their families. The family advocate will provide outreach to families to promote school readiness, family literacy and healthy attitudes as they relate to social/emotional well -being and physical health. Outreach efforts include resource and referral as well as crisis intervention when indicated. Work with families on short and long-term goal setting and encourage families to become actively involved in all aspects of the program. The Family advocate will make home visits; work collaboratively in the classroom to develop a relationship with the child. Serve as a liaison to community organizations and work collaboratively with teaching teams to deliver integrated services, maintain confidential records.
Position begins- Immediately upon completion of CORI
  • Associates Degree in human services related field
  • Strong oral/written communication skills.
  • Fluency in Spanish required.
  • Strong computer skills
  • Driver’s license and vehicle

  • Bachelor’s Degree in human services related field.

Quality Control Inspection Auditor
CAPIC’s Energy Division is seeking to hire a full-time QCI Auditor. Able to perform comprehensive energy audits on income eligible homes. Responsibilities include energy improvement recommendations, contractor management and resolution of contractor and client issues resulting from inspection findings

Duties and responsibilities:
  • Ability to communicate effectively with clients and contractors
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to complete accurate and organized energy audits and quality control reports
  • Knowledge of energy conservation principles
  • Act as liaison with contractors to establish and maintain a working relationship
  • Knowledge of blower door
  • Train contractors in new energy conservation techniques
  • Understanding of low income population and cultural and linguistic groups
  • Evaluate heating systems, prepare heat losses, inspect heating system work and quality control new heating systems.
  • Provide educational information to clients
  • Quality control inspections
  • Audits, in process inspections, final inspections
  • Client and contractor education
  • Email and phone communications with clients and contractors
  • Attend meetings
  • Train new and existing WAP auditors as needed for auditing, AMP or HWAP assessments
  • Performing blower door, zone pressure and heating system diagnostics
  • Attend and complete WAP auditor trainings of various kids and maintain necessary certifications. Such as QCI, lead safe, OSHA, combustion, pressure diagnostics, blower door and zone pressure testing
  • Data entry for audit and inspection information for WAP and HEARTWAP
  • Mediate contractor and client interactions good or bad
  • Stay up to date with new and changing codes and standards both city and DOE
  • Meet with State and utility representatives
  • Duties as assigned by the Energy Director or Executive Director

  • Must pass certification training
  • 5 years’ experience in building/construction trade
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Understanding of low income population
  • Works effectively as part of a team
  • Bi-lingual preferred (Spanish)
  • Skilled in use of computer for data entry
  • Valid Mass. driver’s license and vehicle required
  • Physical requirements: Ability to lift 50 lbs.

Education and Experience
  • High School Diploma
  • Five years experience in energy conservation and/or building/construction trade.

Director of Finance
Mid-size non-profit organization located just north of Boston is seeking a Director of Finance, who will oversee all fiscal operations of this mid-size Community Action Agency. The successful candidate will have at least five years’ experience in non-profit financial management and possess a degree in accounting, business management, fiscal management or related field, with experience supervising personnel, payroll preparation, cost allocations, financial systems software, auditing, preparing a UFR, Form 990 and other required filings. Experience required interacting with government funding sources, report preparation and cost allocations. CPA preferred, not required. Salary is negotiable and benefits are competitive.

Toddler Teacher
CAPIC Child Development Center is seeking a Toddler Teacher to join our team, provide supervision & daily activities to children, develop curriculum, plan activities, maintain an NAEYC Classroom Portfolio up to date, develop children’s assessments & progress reports, communicate with parents, & assist with the set- up of breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack. Fulfill responsibilities of maintaining a clean and healthy environment. Must love children, enjoy sensory activities, have a sense of humor, and ability to work in a fast paced environment.

  • Must be at least 21 years of age and have a high school diploma or equivalent. To be qualified as a Toddler Teacher one must have successfully completed three credits in Child Growth and Development and have nine months of the required work experience in care giving to Infant/Toddler aged children as well as:
  • Have an EEC Teacher Certificate.
  • Be currently enrolled in an Associate’s Degree Program in Early Childhood Education field or
  • Have an Associate’s Degree or Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood education

Energy Auditor:
CAPIC’s Energy Division seeks to hire a full time Energy Auditor. Duties include: conducting residential energy audits, quality control inspections, and evaluation of heating systems. Qualifications include: knowledge of energy conservation principles, training or license in heating systems, detail oriented, ability to multi-task, good verbal and written communication skills, computer skills, and understanding of low-income population. High school diploma and five years of related work experience necessary. Vehicle and MA Driver’s License required.

Family Services Coordinator (Full Time)
Join a diverse and vibrant team of professionals to coordinate services for children and families enrolled in Head Start programs located in Chelsea, Revere and Winthrop.

  • Coordinate family services and family engagement activities to meet the needs of a culturally diverse low- income population of families whose pre-school children are enrolled in the Head Start Program.
  • Provide supervision, leadership, and support, and to six social service staff to ensure effective delivery of supportive services, parent training activities, home visitation, behavioral health services, and interagency collaboration
  • Coordinate behavioral health contracts and services provided with several community based organizations that deliver integrated play therapy services within the classroom environment.
  • Provide classroom teachers with support to effectively manage children displaying challenging behaviors
  • Develop training programs to meet the individual and group needs of families
  • Work within the communities of Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop to identify, plan and coordinate services.
  • Participate in interdisciplinary management meetings to determine best practice in delivering comprehensive high quality services to low income families.

    • MSW, or BA/BS in social work, counseling or related field.
    • Two years supervisory experience, and vehicle required.
    • Fluency in Spanish.
    • Excellent written and verbal communications skills.
    • Computer skills; Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Publisher.

    Assistant Group Leaders: (Chelsea).
    P/T 22.5 hours, 1:30 pm – 6:00 pm
    CAPIC’s After School Program is looking for an Assistant Group Leader to provide daily activities to school-age children. Hours are part-time; Monday - Friday 1:30 pm - 6:00 pm. During school vacations and summer months, work hours are increased to 7-8 hours per day.

    SUMMARY The Assistant Group Leader is responsible for assisting the education staff in providing a safe, clean and organized educational environment for the children. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
    • Adhere to the center rules and regulations.
    • Follow the guidance and instruction of the Group Leader.
    • Supervision and education of a group along with the assistance of the Group Leader.
    • Assist the Group Leader in development of curriculum and planning activities.
    • Assist the Group Leader with progress reports and notes going home by providing relevant information.
    • Report accidents to the Group Leader and complete accident reports with the assistance of the Group Leader.
    • Responsible for setting up afternoon snack.
    • Responsible for setting up breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack during school vacations.
    • Fulfilling responsibilities of maintain a clean and healthy environment for the children.
    • Assist with the supervision of children during all times.
    • Perform other tasks assigned by the Group Leader, Program Director and Executive Director.

    Assistant Group Leader Requirements:
    Must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or GED. EEC Certification preferred.

    Mail cover letter and Resumes to:

    Mr. Robert S. Repucci (careers@capicinc.org)
    Executive Director
    CAPIC, Inc.
    100 Everett Ave., Unit 14
    Chelsea, MA 02150
    CAPIC is an EOE.