MS Career Opportunities

VISTA Community Outreach Specialist

MS Alliance of Nonprofits and Philanthropy

Do you want to have a positive impact on the people in Mississippi? An Alliance Community Outreach Specialist will help MS nonprofits enhance and increase their capacity to serve their communities.

Human Trafficking Program Specialist

Gulf Coast Center for Nonviolence

Responsible for oversight of Human Trafficking Transitional Housing Program. Provides intensive case management services and transportation to victims of human trafficking in housing program. Provides counseling and advocacy services of victims of human trafficking and/or commercial sexual exploitation. Helps victims identify housing opportunities and complete required documentation. Provides outreach education regarding the human trafficking housing program. Ensures compliance of grant/funding requirements.

Early Education Specialist

Gulf Coast Center for Nonviolence

Conduct Incredible Years therapeutic preschool for children ages 3 – 5 who have been exposed to violence or are at risk for exposure to violence.

Client Aide

Gulf Coast Center for Nonviolence

Responsible for oversight of emergency domestic violence shelter, client admissions, crisis line coverage, and donations for agency clients.

Executive Director


LOU-HOME, Inc. is seeking an experienced and visionary inaugural Executive Director.  Located in Oxford, MS, the organization is a non-profit serving primarily Lafayette and adjacent counties.  Our mission is to increase the availability and affordability of quality homes for qualified buyers and renters who cannot find affordable homes within the local community.  Our mission includes education and, as a HUD-approved Housing Counseling Agency, we offer education and support to homeowners, prospective homeowners and  renters.

Executive Director

Back Bay Mission

Back Bay Mission has a simple mission: to strengthen neighborhoods, seek justice, and transform lives. We strengthen neighborhoods through ministries like our education and empowerment programs and our housing rehabilitation program. These vital ministries help the people we serve to be a part of and build their communities on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. As volunteers take what they learn at Back Bay Mission home, they have the opportunity to strengthen their own neighborhoods. We seek justice by helping the people we serve become more involved in their communities, educating people about the realities of poverty, and advocating on behalf of marginalized people in our community. All of our programs transform lives. Whether helping a homeowner keep their home, mentoring a single mother as she plans her path out of poverty, or working with an intern considering a career in social work, Back Bay Mission makes the lives of the people we serve better.

Director of Development

The Little Light House, Central Mississippi

The Director of Development is responsible for the planning, organizing, and overseeing of the coordination, implementation, and administration of programs and activities related to Fund Raising and Special Events and Projects, Community Relations, Website Development, Donor database management, and the Volunteer Program. The Director will establish goals for these areas in cooperation with Management’s approval. This is to be done in a timely, cost-effective manner that fits within the parameters of The Little Light House budget.

If interested in applying, go to the website link below and submit a request for an application.