Front Steps’ Vision: No person in our community should ever have to spend the night on the street.
Why work at Front Steps? Front Steps is a place where you can make a positive difference in the lives of people experiencing homelessness and the larger community of Austin. And when you work with people who share your passion, work is more rewarding. At Front Steps, we believe that ending homelessness helps us all. Front Steps is a hub for community collaboration that provides a pathway home for our neighbors experiencing homelessness by offering emergency shelter at the Austin Resource Center for the Homeless (ARCH), rapid rehousing, permanent supportive and affordable housing, recuperative medical care, case management and other supportive services, and promoting community awareness. One way we promote community awareness is through our Keep Austin Housed AmeriCorps program which places social services interns within 11 organizations that serve adults and children who are experiencing or at risk for homelessness.
While practicing compassion with our neighbors who are experiencing homelessness is rewarding, so is lifting up our employees. We have awesome, skilled and kind employees. Some have been here since the ARCH opened in 2004 and many have returned after leaving for more education or other life experiences. We love to celebrate successes and acknowledge achievements, birthdays, work anniversaries and other milestones. We lift up our employees, in addition to the people we serve. If working in a dynamic environment with co-workers who are committed to making a difference appeals to you, consider a career with Front Steps.
It is Front Steps’ policy to comply with all federal, state, and local equal employment opportunity and nondiscrimination laws and regulations relating to employees or applicants relating to advertising, recruitment, employment, compensation, promotion, transfer, termination of employment, training and other terms and conditions of employment regardless of race, color, gender, national origin, religious affiliations, age, marital status, sexual orientation/identity/expression, disability or genetic status.