Why work for Operation Breakthrough?
Operation Breakthrough is a home away from home for 400 of KC's most vulnerable - and most deserving - children. While here, you'll belong to a team of passionate professionals who are dedicated to our mission of helping urban Kansas City children reach their great potential. If you're having a bad day, there are always babies who need holding and preschoolers who give great hugs and high fives. And every day you'll know that you are part of something bigger than yourself, that you're building hope and success for children and families who appreciate your support.
If you are interested and qualified for an opening listed, please print and submit the application form located below. You may also attach a resume and cover letter with the application and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Operation Breakthrough, Inc. is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals including women, people of color, persons with disabilities, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals. If you are interested in a career with Operation Breakthrough, Inc., please review our current job openings above. In order to be considered for an open position, you must complete an application form and submit it by the deadline listed on the posting.
These job descriptions are not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of an employee. Operation Breakthrough is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment with Operation Breakthrough is “At Will”.
All offers of employment are contingent on reference checks, background screening and pre-employment drug screens.
Child and Family Therapist
Individual to work as a therapist for children, early adolescents, adults and families.
Senior Grant Writer
Responsible for conducting the full range of activities required to prepare, submit, and manage grant proposals to foundation and corporate sources.
Director of Major Gifts
The Director of Major Gifts is responsible for engaging donors at a high level. The primary goal of the incumbent is to cultivate and solicit prospects to ensure a strong base of ongoing financial support.
Senior Manager of Human Resources
The Senior Manager of Human Resource is responsible for the administration of human resources and some support services for approximately 150 employees including union and non-union employees.
Digital Media and Events Coordinator
Digital Media responsibilities includes managing all Social Media platforms, procuring and compiling Blog Posts, updating communications calendars and assisting other activities in Development as needed. In addition, this role is the liaison between Operation Breakthrough and third party fundraising events.
Early Education Teacher
An Early Childhood Teacher instructs and supervises children in a full day, Early Head Start Classroom or a Head Start Classroom and participates in school related activities.
A Substitute Teacher instructs and supervises children in a full day, Head Start Classroom or School-Age Classroom.
A Substitute Teacher instructs and supervises children in a full day, Head Start Classroom or School-Age Classroom for the Summer.
Summer School-Age Teacher
The Summer School-Age Teacher for the School Age Department at Operation Breakthrough will instruct and supervise children and participate in school related activities.
Community Engagement and Partnership Coordinator
The Partnership Coordinator collaborates with staff, community members, local and regional business partners, schools, and other non‐profits to develop programs and opportunities to enhance student and family success in the areas of the Arts, Health and Wellness and STEM.
Math and Science Curriculum Coordinator
Qualified individual to help coordinate staff in the development of integrated projects in the areas of construction and design, robotics, life sciences, studio arts, digital media, and culinary arts for preschool through school‐age students.