The Salvation Army

Outreach Worker

Job Locations US-NY-Syracuse
Job ID
Regular Part-Time


Street Outreach Worker's

Youth & Family Intervention Program

The Salvation Army of the Syracuse Area

Part-Time, $17.50/hour, 15 hours per week/3 Days per week, Flexible 

Position offers sick time, paid holiday's and vacation time.


Overview:   The Outreach Worker's primary purpose is to provide street outreach services to individuals (youth) who may be at risk of running away, homelessness and sexual exploitation.  Our community needs compassionate, outgoing and caring staff who are willing to be out in the community, on the streets, and in community parks.  They can be assigned a case load and may need to provide home visits.


  • Provide Street Outreach services to high-risk youth primarily during afternoon and evening hours.
  • Will partner with other agencies within the Onondaga County Agency Community.
  • Crisis intervention through the provision of emergency basic needs and access to emergency shelter if warranted.
  • Will work with the street youth and introduce them to the services offered within The Salvation Army.
  • Assist with the transition of clients from street outreach services to ongoing case management
  • Assist with Drop-In Center coverage and assignments as requested.


  • Education:  High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Experience working with youths.
  • Valid NYS Driver's License that will meet The Salvation Army's insurance requirements.

Equal Opportunity Employer:  The Salvation Army is an Equal Opportunity Employer and committed to providing a respectful environment for all applicants and employees that is free from unlawful discrimination or harassment based on

age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, marital status, disability, citizenship, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or any other characteristic protected by law.


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