At WiNGS we seek team members driven to improve, learn from others and teach one another.  Together we commit to empower women, fight poverty and impact generations.

Core Values
Our Pledge to One Another

Be Excellent.

We strive to be the best at what we do. We value creativity and innovative solutions. We expect, accept and create transformational change in our pursuit for excellence.

Be Connected.

Our strength comes from our relationships with each other, our members, volunteers and community. As an agency, we seek partnerships that make us stronger. As a team, we support each other, value our differences and work together to address challenges.

Bring Your Best Self.

We work hard, move fast and value a positive, fun spirit. We support a happy, healthy team by creating an environment that allows everyone to be their best.

Keep Promises.

We set big goals and have high expectations. We expect to deliver on our promises as our members and stakeholders depend on us to do what we say. We earn trust through honesty, meeting our commitments and being accountable for our work.

Create Leaders.

Together, we are capable of great things. To us, leadership means empowering others. Everyone leads.

Keep Growing.

We want the best team members who continuously seek to improve, learn from others and teach one another. We evaluate our work often, share our results and course correct when needed.

Open Positions: To submit an application, download file and email to jobs@WiNGSdallas.org.

Nurse Home Visitor / Nurse-Family Partnership

Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) is one of the most successful, evidence-based social and health intervention programs in the country. The program enrolls and follows first-tie, low-income families from early in pregnancy through the child’s second birthday and has proven to produce significant effects on maternal, child and life course outcomes. WiNGS NFP serves 300 families, employing 12 Nurse Home Visitors and 2 Nurse Managers. Each Home Visitor serves between 25-30 families. Reliable transportation and ability to travel throughout Dallas County is required.

Interested candidates should download and complete the application. Email the application along with a resume, cover letter and salary requirements to jobs@WiNGSdallas.org. Click here to view the full job requirements and responsibilities.

Microenterprise Business Specialist

WiNGS operates a community space for women. Women come to WiNGS to improve their financial skills, start a business, expand their career or receive parenting supports. The Women’s Enterprise Center (WEC) provides a comprehensive microenterprise development program for hopeful entrepreneurs. The Business Specialist is responsible for the coordination and implementation of the business training components. This position works closely with entrepreneurs, community experts, volunteers and staff. WEC is integrated into WiNGS Economic Advancement Program so this position must be able to work in a team-oriented, collaborative environment. This position frequently facilitates evening and Saturday classes.

Interested candidates should download and complete the application. Email the application along with a resume, cover letter and salary requirements to jobs@WiNGSdallas.org. Click here to view the full job requirements and responsibilities.

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Email: jobs@WiNGSdallas.org | Mail: 2603 Inwood Road, Dallas, TX 75235 | Fax: 214.584.2313