Join Our Team

People Working Cooperatively is supported by more than 110 licensed, professionally trained staff members and administrative professionals. We pride ourselves on hiring the best in the region and are always looking for quality, dedicated individuals with a wide variety of skill levels and experience to join our team.

Individuals interested in working at People Working Cooperatively can apply in person, email with the position you're applying for in the subject line, or send a resume to:

People Working Cooperatively
4612 Paddock Road
Cincinnati, OH 45229
Attn: Human Resources

For more information contact Jess Lawrence at 513-482-5137.

Current Openings





Position Overview
Responsibility for all aspects of grant research, development, writing, submission, and reporting.  Development of grant/contract proposals from concept to submission. Identifying new funding sources, completions of renewal grants/contracts, research and processing of new program applications, and capital development grants.  Provide progress and final reports as required.  Coordinate collaboration between PWC and other organizations if necessary.


Essential Job Functions

  •     Provide written proposals in grants/contracts with budget analysis and completion.

  •     Develop foundation (past, present, potential) donors through grant/contract seeking; phone calls/letter         correspondence, follow-up, thank you and reports.

  •     Coordinate with the Finance Department regarding all budget activities related to funding requests and reports.

  •     Acknowledge all grant awards and initiate grant cover sheets.

  •     Research new/potential donors (foundations, organizations) and develop organizational contact and relationship to      meet present and expanding income goals.

  •     Create original written material based on the latest statistic, research information for grants and correspondence to      donors.  Incorporate information into proposals, newsletters, brochures, and special event collateral pieces.

  •     Maintain all foundation grant/contract files.

  •     Leadership of Grant Activity Workgroup overseeing successful implementation of grant funded projects.

  •     Stay current on all funder initiatives/changes.

  •     Record grant-related information in Donor Perfect database system.

  •     Management of agency presence on, Guidestar, charity navigator, and similar.

The qualifications listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. 

  •     Experience in fiscal and budgetary projects; experience with City, State and Federal Proposals.

  •     Experience in developing relationships with both private and public entities; ability to professionally represent and      make funding case for the agency.

  •     Experience with working with both For-Profit and Not-For-Profit Resources.

  •     Experience in successful grant writing; demonstrated grant writing, verbal presentation and analytical skills.

  •     Strong written communication skills.

  •     Demonstrated ability to organize, prioritize, and manage deadlines.

  •     Proven experience in creatively and successfully researching information regarding new foundation/donor prospects.

  •     Demonstrated understanding and interest of PWC’s program, related research and development efforts.

  •     Experience in planning agendas and leading committees. 




Position Overview

Performs home roofing repairs.

Essential Job Objectives

•   Diagnose and troubleshoot in major skill areas.

•   Meet time and budget estimates.

•   Keep neat and accurate job records (all paperwork) and process it in a timely fashion.

•   Responsible for keeping own tools and equipment in good repair.

•   Follow all safety procedures.  



The qualifications listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required:

•   Tool requirements.

•   Experience in home repair, with high quality of craftsmanship, professional manner, and integrity.

•   Proficient in basic reading, writing, and construction math skills.

•   Driver’s license and dependable truck transportation.





Position Overview

Performs home repairs in five of the major skill areas (plumbing, heating, electric, carpentry, and roofing) with proficiency in at least three.  Working on projects specifically designed for the elderly or disabled.  

Essential Job Objectives

•   Perform general residential remodeling tasks. All facets of remodeling can be expected to be performed including carpentry, tile, drywall, minor electric, minor plumbing, roofing, painting, concrete, and other construction trade skills.  

•   Understand and follow safety requirements for given tasks and tools. 

•   Meet time and budget estimates.

•   Regularly train others in major skill areas.

•   Responsible for equipment and materials assigned.

•   Complete required recordkeeping in electronic format. 

•   Responsible for keeping own tools and equipment in good repair; keeping work area clean and safe.

•   Work with customers to explain scope of project, maintenance required, warranty information.  Customers may have disabilities that make communication difficult. 

•    Work in collaborative environment to problem solve and successfully complete projects.  Position requires interacting with customers, building inspectors, sub-contractors and other employees. 


The qualifications listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required:

•   Experience demonstrating the ability to perform required home repair tasks as required.

•   Driver’s license and dependable truck or van with ladder racks.  Must have required insurance for vehicle.

•   The ability to relate with people of diverse backgrounds.

•   Work independently as a member of a team to accomplish tasks.




Position Overview

Perform home repair tasks using training in specialty trade as well as general home repair tasks as needed.

Essential Job Objectives

•   Inspects, troubleshoots, and performs electrical repairs such as new and modifying existing wiring.

•   Plan and verify work order, including materials and equipment needed for the project.

•   Train and inspect the work of any associates assigned to ensure quality; responsible for assigned equipment as assigned.

•   Maintain accurate and timely paperwork.

•   Responsible for ensuring tools are maintained and in good repair.

•   Responsible for on-site safety compliance.

•   Pulling/Permits.
•   Perform other duties as assigned.


The qualifications listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required:

•   Must possess a valid driver’s license.

•   Dependable work truck or van equipped to carry ladders, tools, and materials, as required.

•   Must have PWC’s required level of insurance coverage for the vehicle.

•   Provide own tools as required.




Position Overview

Successful candidate will possess excellent skills in a wide variety of home repair skills, including carpentry and roofing. 2-3 years general construction and/or weatherization experience preferred. We offer competitive pay and benefits.

Essential Job Objectives

•    Demonstrate an advanced knowledge of home repair concepts and techniques

•    Perform weatherization tasks to minimize heat loss and increase thermal efficiency

•    Install roof vents and perform minor roofing repairs

•    Install insulation in attic, crawlspaces and walls

•    Create/Install attic and knee wall  attic accesses

•    Drywall repair, light electrical and minor plumbing 


•    Construction math skills (read a tape measure, square, product or material instructions, work orders).



Position Overview

Perform maintenance, repairs, and modifications of HVAC systems. Meet production goals in accordance with Weatherization Programs and all applicable manufacturer’s specifications, federal, state, and local laws as well as PWC policies.

Essential Job Objectives

•   Complete inspections of all HVAC equipment (water heaters, furnaces, dryers, stoves, any and all fuel burning applications, and electric appliances).

•   Collect all information from data plates on the equipment and any other information to complete required paperwork.

•   Use all HVAC tools including: combustion analyzer, refrigeration gauges, recovery equipment, air meters, leak detectors, manometer, multi-meter, pressure differential equipment, and troubleshooting equipment.

•    Maintain an inventory of assigned tools and equipment in good condition.

•    Complete accurate and detailed paperwork.

•    Load and unload trucks as required; maintaining truck stock to perform regular maintenance.

•    Make necessary repairs to all types of heating and cooling equipment.

•    Perform other duties as assigned.


•    Demonstrated mastery of basic hand tools

•    Ability to repair and maintain various types of heating & cooling equipment.

•    Ability to communicate effectively with supervisors, other team members, and clients

•    Ability to read work orders

•    Ability to write and complete necessary paperwork