Established in 1975 as an emergency shelter for runaway children, Daybreak has grown to include an expansive housing program, drop-in center, employment program, mental health services, engagement, and LGBTQ+ services.
We offer competitive salaries and benefits and are located just south of downtown Dayton. If your questions about Daybreak’s employment opportunities or process aren’t answered here, please call 937-395-4600 ext. 103.
Please, no unsolicited resumes. We request that you submit your resume only when applying for an open position.
Accrued vacation time
Accrued sick time
Long-term disability insurance (full-time positions only)
Life insurance (full-time positions only)
Background Check Policy
Daybreak conducts criminal background checks and drug screens for all new employees. We conduct Bureau of Motor Vehicle checks when appropriate for the position.
Equal Employment Opportunity Policy
Daybreak provides equal employment opportunity to all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, or age in all personnel actions including recruitment, selection, placement, compensation, and the opportunity for advancement.