When seeking employment many individuals prefer to avoid the stress of the high-profit world in favor of the sense of fulfillment they can achieve by working for a non-profit agency. There are a wide variety of such jobs available in the Indianapolis area. Don’t think that this particular market is limited to healthcare workers, either, although that is, certainly, a major factor to consider. You may have to consider just how you wish to achieve your sense of fulfillment, which endeavor appeals to you. Non-profit organizations may not pay as much in a monetary sense, but the payback in satisfaction may well be worth it. Keep reading…
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Community Health Network of Indianapolis offers a wide variety of services in the health-related field, all of which provide employment opportunities. Reimbursement analysts help patients to coordinate with third-party payers, mostly insurance companies, as well as search out any government programs which can help them fund their medical care. They employ lift and transport partners to assist physically challenged patients. You can find employment involving direct patient care as well as clerical support. EasterSeals, one of the oldest and most reputable service agencies, employs people to plan, direct, and implement various programs.
Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana has a long history of helping people train for jobs and build their careers, and in doing so they must coordinate with the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunities Act (WIOA). At Goodwill Industries, you can earn from $15 to $18 per hour helping them to meet their requirements for this program by collecting data, collating this data, and reporting it.
For a more monetarily rewarding career, yet still working in the non-profit field, you could be employed by the Mattison Corporation working for the Indiana Construction Roundtable Foundation. This foundation’s goal is to encourage and empower individuals to pursue a career in the construction field to keep Indiana building and growing.
Perhaps pets are of special interest to you. Paws and Think is an organization that seeks to enhance the quality of life in the community by enhancing the human/animal bond. Volunteers are welcome, but there may be a few paying positions. The Humane Society of Boone County offers an employment opportunity, at $18 per hour. Your responsibilities would be to build and maintain volunteer records. The facility is located in Whitestown, just 22 miles northeast of downtown Indianapolis. If you view animals in a more commercial light, you may want to consider looking for employment with the National FFA (Future Farmers of America), a large non-profit organization headquartered in Indianapolis.
For those interested in community projects, the Keep Indiana Beautiful organization offers a job as a YTT (Youth Tree Team) coordinator. As the title would indicate, this involves supervising and coordinating efforts of young workers to improve landscaping and thereby enhance and beautify neighborhoods throughout the city. Pay varies from $36,000 to $38,000 per year.
Indianapolis is a major business, finance, cultural, and transportation center of the Midwest, and as such, offers a wide range of opportunities in both the for-profit and nonprofit range.