Current Job Openings

MATCH ADVISOR (Case worker) & Match Support positions open

Join the Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters Team as a Match Advisor or in a Match Support position. Under moderate supervision, these positions will maintain contact with the child, parent and Big on a regular ongoing basis per standards set by our National Office to ensure child safety, match compatibility and success. These positions require a bachelor’s degree in social work or related fieldThe candidates will possess excellent organizational ability, proven communication skills, empathy and a genuine concern for the well-being of the mentored children. The candidates will demonstrate above average computer skills and be willing to enter all contacts with stakeholders into a database using objective observation to assess the strengths and weaknesses of a mentoring relationship. All staff are responsible for participating in fundraising events, as appropriate, and to uphold the core values of our workplace culture; emphasizing mission, integrity, teamwork, competency and trust. The Match Advisor candidate should have case management experience and be well versed in finding solutions to moderate to difficult emotional issues. The positions will report to our Prescott office, but also be required to travel to family homes for interviews and enrollment of children. The candidates will be capable of working remotely when offering Match Support. These are 40-hour positions, with health benefits. Bachelor's (Required) Driver's License (Required) Ability to obtain an AZ Level One Fingerprint Clearance Card (Required).


The Development Director serves as the lead for agency fund development, assisting the Executive Director and Board of Directors in creating a multi-year plan for the revenue to support agency growth, and serves as a member of the management team. The director manages the agency's fund development plan that includes major gifts; annual giving; gift planning program; research and stewardship. The director is responsible for identifying, qualifying, cultivating, and soliciting high level prospective donors to assist the agency in reaching budget goals. The Development Director works closely with the Development Team consisting of a Communications & Marketing Director and Development Specialist to ensure alignment of the efforts around the Agency's development plan. A bachelor's degree or equivalent experience in fundraising and development is required. This is a full-time position, with benefits, and measurable metrics of performance. 


The position serves agency fund development and outreach by creating agency growth under direct guidance of the Development Director. The position will support the fund development plan by securing business and personal event sponsorships, auction items, annual and monthly giving pledges, as well as aiding in volunteer recruitment. This is a part-time, 20-hour position. Experience and/or education equivalent to an Associate's Degree in related field.

How to apply for any of the open positions above:

Email resume and cover letter to [email protected].