Since 1983, PEPS has provided neighborhood-based parent peer-support programs for families. Group Leaders are integral to our mission, working alongside parents to facilitate conversation and foster connection. The majority of our amazing Group Leaders are volunteers.

Group Leaders create a welcoming space for parents to share, connect, and support one another. In 2022, more than 300 volunteers and 50 contract Leaders facilitated learning, connection, and support for more than 3,500 parents! PEPS Groups are the backbone of our organization and require a trained Group Leader to facilitate 12-week sessions.

The Leader Recruiter is responsible for recruiting Group Leaders from diverse backgrounds and communities for PEPS Groups. This crucial role matches Group Leaders with upcoming PEPS Groups at scale. This position reports to the Operations Manager and partners closely with the PEPS Program Team.


  • Identify, develop, and implement creative recruitment strategies and sourcing methods to attract new talent.
  • Develop new Group Leader talent pipelines through community outreach initiatives and partnerships.
  • Ongoing and persistent generation of outreach lists, marketing content, and recruitment communications with potential candidates via customer relationship management system (CRM) and Microsoft Dynamics.
  • Place candidates for open and upcoming Group Leader positions and assign them to Leader training.
  • Conduct pre-screening phone calls as needed and background checks on all prospective Leaders and Guest Speakers.
  • Create and issue contracts for paid Group Leaders.
  • Work collaboratively to hand off Group Leader talent to the Leader Support and Training Manager at the point of group assignment.
  • Assess Group Leader performance in collaboration with the Leader Support and Training Manager.
  • Re-engage established Group Leaders at the end of their 12-week Group facilitation to procure feedback and develop a mechanism for Group Leaders to sign up to facilitate another Group.
  • Collaborate with Operations and Program teams to forecast Group and Group Leader needs and attend 1:1, team, and staff meetings.
  • Monitor and respond to Group Leader requests via CRM and email.
  • Other projects, tasks, or occasional recruitment events attendance as requested.


  • Demonstrated ability in Excel, Outlook, MS Office Suite, SharePoint, and CRM.
  • Thrives within a fast-paced environment and is comfortable self-managing changing priorities, competing deadlines, and multitasking to meet program deliverables successfully.
  • Experience leveraging technology to streamline processes; build sourcing and recruiting playbooks and writing operating procedures.
  • Persistent and skilled in proactive recruitment and forecasting.
  • Effective interpersonal skills, multicultural sensitivity, and the ability to work with diverse community members.


  • 1-2 years of experience working in employee and/or volunteer recruitment or support.
  • Associate or bachelor’s degree in human resources, communications, program management, or related field preferred.
  • Experience with non-profit organizations or local Seattle organizations preferred.


  • Must be based in the Seattle area and able to work in person a minimum of 2 days per month.
  • Does not require sponsorship to legally work in the US, now or at any time in the future.
  • We require that all employees be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. All offers are contingent; your vaccine status will be verified before onboarding.