Division:  Warrenville Youth & Family Services (WYFS)

WYFS is a multi-purpose community resource center serving the residents of the Warrenville area. Programs include the Community Counseling Center, Case Management Assistance, Mentoring, and Quest – an after-school/summer-school program for middle school aged youth.

Job Responsibilities

The Junior High Youth Worker will be a member of the three-person Quest staff providing after school and summer school services to at-risk junior high students in the Warrenville community. Responsibilities include assisting with groups of students in academic instruction, community service, life skills instruction and recreational activities, transporting students to and from the program as well as behavior management and participation in team building activities. Additional responsibilities include record keeping, tuition tracking and fee collection.


Associate’s degree, a passion for working with junior high students; classroom or group experience with adolescents; experience with and sensitivity to the needs of students from low-income, high-risk families; strong communication skills. Valid IL Driver’s License, good driving record and proof of insurance. Spanish language skills a plus. Basic computer skills. A commitment to OCM’s Statement of Mission and Faith is required.


Part-time at 25 hours, M – F, 2pm to 7pm. Hours vary during school breaks and holiday weeks. Some evening or weekend hours are required for special events and other program needs. This position is for the academic year with the possibility of continuing during the summer.

Salary Range

Compensation for this position falls between $14.25-$15.50 per hour based on education, skills and experience.

Post Date:  January 10, 2017

Outreach Community Ministries, Inc. (OCM) is a Christian, community service organization seeking to attract and hire a diverse staff of highly competent professional employees.

OCM complies with all applicable state and federal laws pertaining to nondiscrimination in employment, including nondiscrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, age, and disability. As a religious organization, OCM reserves the right to make employment decisions based on its religious identity, as permitted by state and federal law.