Please find more information on current employment opportunities below.
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The Director of Family Support is responsible for the management, planning, development, and oversight of the Children’s Trust Family Support funded programs, and managing the activities of the Family Support team with a special focus on the Stop Abuse for Every (SAFE) Child Community initiative. The incumbent is accountable for the activities of the Family Support team in ensuring funded programs are providing quality services developed in alignment with best practices in implementation, including receiving the training and technical assistance needed, delivered according to standards and quality assurance and improvement protocols, and addressing all program performance issues in a timely manner, as well as managing evaluation projects and consultants. Read the full description here.
The Home Visiting Program Specialist (HVPS) will provide program and contract management and program development support to Healthy Families (HF) program sites, serve as a liaison to the programs to Children’s Trust and act as a conduit for general information requests, as well as HF-specific issues and concerns. The HVPS provides program development information as part of the HF Implementation Team, works collaboratively with all HFM team members and participates in program activities with state, federal, and private agencies. Read the full description here.
The Children’s Trust serves as a competitive field practicum agency for second year macro social work, community health, child development, and research graduate students. Graduate students work alongside full-time professionals in areas of program planning, development, management, and evaluation. For more information or to express interest in an internship position, please contact our internship coordinator, Kate Bullock.
The Children’s Trust prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, religious creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, Vietnam Era Veteran status, age, or disability.