Career Opportunities at GECAC

Join Our Team!

Throughout Erie County, we are looking for people who are excited by our vision to work toward a better future for our community by stabilizing households and promoting self-sufficiency. GECAC is committed to fostering a caring environment and creating a culture that makes GECAC a desirable place to work.

What We're About

GECAC is the largest anti-poverty organization in Erie County. With a budget of approximately $20 million and more than 150 staff, we help people and change lives on a daily basis. GECAC helps people throughout Erie County break the cycle of poverty, be self-sufficient and achieve financial independence. We're looking for great people who share our passion and want to be part of our team!

Employment Benefits

  • 401(k) Plan (with company match)
  • Dental Insurance
  • Direct Deposit
  • Family and Medical Leave 
  • Flexible Spending Accounts (pretax medical with a carryover)
  • Group Life Insurance
  • Health Insurance
  • Health Reimbursement Account 
  • Long Term Disability Insurance
  • Mileage Reimbursement
  • Payroll Deduction                       
  • Short and Long Term Disability
  • Vision Insurance

 We understand that there is more to life than work…we want you to make the most of it.

  • Annual Vacation Leave
  • Casual Fridays
  • Education/Career Development
  • Employee Activities Association
  • Employee Assistance Fund (a crisis/emergency fund for employees funded by employees)
  • Employee Christmas Party
  • Employee Picnic
  • Funeral Leave  
  • Length of Service Awards    
  • Paid Holidays  
  • Personal Leave                       
  • Sick Leave
  • Tax Return Assistance
  • Walking Club           

Current Openings

Accountant

November 7th, 2019
Must be able to follow established standard financial procedures in the following areas: Accounts payable, accounts receivable, purchasing, cash management, and other related general accounting/financial areas.

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Mental Health Caseworker

October 31st, 2019
Qualified applicants will provide direct Mental Health and case management services to Erie Housing Authority apartment residents to assist in the identification and resolution of problem areas in maintaining independence. Facilitates the use of community resources and services. Establish and periodically reassess care plans making modifications as needed.

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