The Assistant to the Executive Director is responsible for providing direct support to the Executive Director by assisting in the management of her interactions and relationships with a wide range of constituencies.
Duties include managing a complex schedule for the Executive Director, preparing correspondence, and prioritizing items requiring the Executive Director’s attention. The Assistant to the Executive Director performs a wide range of administrative support activities, including support to committees and boards staffed by the Executive Director, coordinating meeting and event logistics, preparing financial reports, serving as host to visitors and guests, and working collegially as a part of a high-functioning team. See the full job description here. Please send your resume and cover letter to our committee inbox.
The Manager of Meal Services will work closely with the Meal Services team, Volunteer Services team, Manager of Food Recovery, The Bridge staff and volunteers to ensure high quality and timely meals are provided at The Second Chance Café at The Bridge. This position reports directly to the Director of Meal Services for The Stewpot. COVID-19 vaccinations are a requirement for this position. See the full job description here. Please send your resume and cover letter to our committee inbox.
FPC Dallas is searching for an ordained minister to join our pastoral staff. Interested candidates can view details about the position here. Contact Regina Hunt, chair of the nominating committee, for more information or to recommend someone.
The Day School Early Childhood Education Teacher provides a stimulating, safe, and developmentally-appropriate educational environment where children have the opportunity to develop cognitive, social, emotional, and physical skills. View the full job description. Please send your resume and cover letter to our committee inbox.
Part-time team members provide support and care to our DFW neighbors experiencing food insecurity through the Individual and Family Stabilization Program Food Distribution at The Stewpot of The First Presbyterian Church of Dallas. Approximately 250 families per month receive a week’s worth of groceries including non-perishable items, produce, and refrigerated/frozen items. The Food Distribution Team Members work closely together as a team to sort and bag non-perishable items, produce and refrigerated/frozen items for date and quality, and also load these groceries into the clients’ vehicles through The Stewpot drive-thru. This is a part-time position of approximately 10 hrs. per week, as necessary. View the full job description. Please send your resume and cover letter to our committee inbox.
Our mission is to engage middle and high school students by supporting them through social emotional development, navigation of the education system, career preparedness, creating a safe environment, and providing services that are individualized and culturally competent to build brighter futures. The Youth Coordinator organizes and supervises youth development programs as well as managing staff, and reports directly to the Manager of Children and Youth Programs. View the full job description. Please send your resume and cover letter to our committee inbox.
The part-time Childcare Specialist will work closely with the other Childcare Specialists to provide dependable, safe, and nurturing care to the children in a clean environment. The Childcare Specialist reports to the Children’s Minister + Day School Chaplain. View the full job description. Please send your resume and cover letter to our committee inbox.
The Stewpot’s Dallas Real Time Rapid Rehousing (DRTRR) program is a partnership that works closely with Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance and other community agencies collaborating to end homelessness through the Dallas Real Time Rapid Rehousing Initiative (DRTRR) that aims to rehouse over 2,700 individuals experiencing homelessness by October 2023.
The DRTRR Case Manager will provide supportive housing case management to individuals and families who are either literally homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. This position is responsible for helping participants locate and gain housing, assisting them in maintaining housing, and providing ongoing support as needed. The primary goal is to assist the participants to live independently in their own apartment. View the full job description. Please send your resume and cover letter to our committee inbox.
The Client Services Case Manager’s primary duty is to provide assistance to clients in gathering the necessary documents to obtain Stewpot ID’s, Texas IDs, birth certificates, and social security cards, and accessing the document bank. They also work with clients enrolled in the Representative Payee Program. The Case Manager works closely with the Client Services team and the Director of Client Services to provide services that meet the individual client’s needs, including Case Management. The Case Manager also helps clients connect with other services that will help them obtain housing or employment. View the full job description. Please send your resume and cover letter to our committee inbox