Employment

Jewish Family & Children’s Service offers an employment experience where
the staff is proud of having meaningful jobs and co-workers who are truly
dedicated to the success of the agency and its mission.  The Board
recognizes the importance of an outstanding workforce and offers
comprehensive employee benefits as part of the total compensation
package.

The organization is experiencing growth and has a history of financial
stability. The Open Door policy promotes ongoing staff accessibility to
Senior Management AND most important there is open respect for the
contributions of EACH employee to the success of the agency.

CLICK HERE to view all available positions and submit your application.

Employment Frequently Asked Questions

What happens after I submit my application?

After submitting your online application, you will receive an electronic
confirmation message indicating that it has been received. If there
appears to be an appropriate match between your qualifications and
our current employment needs, your application will be routed to the
hiring manager.  Communications with you take place using the email
address you provide for the online application.

If the hiring manager for the position you applied for does see relevance
between your skills and our needs, you will be contacted for a telephone
interview.  Human Resources will notify unselected candidates
regarding the status of the filled position.

 Who can I speak to regarding the status of my application?

Due to a large volume of incoming applications and resumes, it is the
policy of Jewish Family & Children’s Service to contact potential
interviewees only.  Please, no phone calls.

 Do I need to submit more than one resume if I’m applying for
more than one job?

No.  Simply send in one application and indicate for which positions
you are applying.  Your application will be routed to all hiring
managers as deemed appropriate.

 What type of pre-employment screening will I encounter?

If required by the specific position, candidates are asked to complete
a short assessment questionnaire.  Jewish Family & Children’s Service
will administer criminal background and employment verification
checks for all new hires.