employment

 

Family Services, Inc. serves clients of all ages, ethnicities, abilities and economic levels. We strive to maintain a diverse workforce that is relevant to our client populations; therefore, we encourage persons of diverse backgrounds to apply for open positions.

Job opportunities are posted as they become available and remain open until they are filled. All applicants are required to submit to drug testing and background checks.

All candidates may submit a resume; however a completed employment application will be required to participate in the selection process. Applications are accepted only for posted positions and from qualified applicants. Please read the minimum qualifications carefully to determine if you meet the qualifications before you submit your application or resume. Applicants should ensure they note the job code for each postion for which they apply on their resumes, cover letters and/or applications.

We offer an extensive benefit package including: paid holidays, annual leave, sick leave, health insurance, Health and Dependent Care, Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA), retirement plan, tax-deferred annuity investment plan, short and long-term disability insurance; term and whole life insurance; dental and other supplemental insurance plans.

Family Services, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and maintains a Drug Free Workplace.


FAMILY SERVICES, INC. IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS:




Offender Services Coordinator (Job Code OSC15)


Position Summary:

Directs innovative crisis intervention and psycho-educational services that promote safety, delivered to families impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault.

Major Accountabilities:

    • Provides oversight and delivers services to offenders by planning, organizing, and administering current program and identify new service areas Monitors and assists with the coordination of program referrals and promptly reporting client information
    • Assists with the development and implementation of innovative evidence- based services
    • Monitors and delivers services by planning, organizing, administering, and monitoring current programs and identifying new services areas
    • Provides direct services by interviewing, assessing, developing, and implementing treatments plans, and evaluating services provided
    • Advocates on behalf of and provides liaison and problem solving for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault
    • Provides crisis intervention services as needed for domestic violence and sexual assault victims, back-up coverage and other support services for crisis calls at night and on weekends as needed
    • Plays an active role in raising the visibility of the programs, connecting the programs to the larger community
    • Promotes a positive image of the Agency by ensuring an understanding of program services available, publicizing activities/accomplishments, and abiding by a professional code of ethics
    • Maintains close working relationships with various components of the judicial and criminal justice system
    • Performs such other duties as assigned


Position Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services or related field with three to five years’ experience or Master’s Degree in Human Services or related field.
    • Previous managerial/supervisory experience is a plus.
    • Demonstrated crisis intervention skills and domestic violence and sexual assault.
    • An understanding and acceptance of regional psychosocial, cultural, religious and economic differences. Knowledge of Criminal Justice System agencies roles, functions, and operations.
    • Must be available to work hours necessary to accomplish the job.
    • Requires valid driver’s license and ability to travel between various Agency sites and community resources as well as to local, regional and national professional conferences.



Substitute Teacher (Job Code ST15)


Position Summary:

The Substitute Teacher works as assigned by the Program Manager to fill an absence in a Head Start classroom. Assists classroom teaching staff in implementing developmentally appropriate activities in the classroom according to federal, state, and local mandates. Provides supervision and instruction to young children while utilizing respectful and responsive care-giving practices.

Major Accountabilities:

    • Implements current educational, disability, health, nutrition, mental health, social services, and parent involvement programs according to federal, state, and local mandates.
    • Assists the teacher in classroom caregiving routines
    • Assists in food service including meal set-up and clean-up
    • Performs tasks that promote a clean, safe, and orderly classroom environment
    • Assists children with bathroom procedures
    • Assists with the implementation of health requirements, first aid, and emergency procedures
    • Demonstrates developmentally appropriate behavior management strategies
    • Supervises children at all times according to federal, state, and local mandates
    • Maintains records as required by federal, state, and local mandates such as schedules, lesson plans, children’s educational records, attendance, and monthly reports
    • Other duties as required


Position Qualifications:

Required

    • High School Diploma or GED
    • Valid driver’s license and ability to travel between various agency sites, community resources and home visits
    • Must comfortable with and able to work with children (including lifting 30 - 50 pounds, squatting, running, and sitting on the floor)
    • Meet federal and state background check and drug screen requirements


Preferred

    • Experience with the Head Start program, as a parent or child care provider



Human Resources Coordinator (Job Code HR4.15)


Position Summary:

Provides HR support for Childhood Development programs. Maintains legal compliance and actively supports the desired working culture. Performs recruitment activities and conducts pre-employment and new hire processes in a timely manner. Responsible for benefits administration, HRIS, and rewards/recognition programs. Serves as a resource for employee relations, terminations and conducting exit interviews. Responsible for the maintenance of human resource documentation and assists with the HR component of the payroll process. Meets applicable Head Start and Early Head Start standards/ requirements.

Major Accountabilities:

    • Provides HR expertise and takes action to ensure legal compliance.
    • Maintains as current all required compliance postings, documentation, and communications
    • Proactively interacts with employees through timely and open communications that foster strong productive relationships between the Agency and employees.
    • Accurately maintains all employee records in a legally compliant and confidential manner
    • Recruits candidates for open positions and conducts the new hire process in a timely manner
    • Prepares a monthly recruiting summary for the Division Director
    • Works with the HR Manager to administer benefit plans, worker’s compensation, and leave programs
    • Works with senior managers to draft and update Child Development job descriptions for approval
    • In conjunction with the HR Manager, conducts employee meetings regarding HR information
    • Assists with processing payroll while ensuring accurate record keeping and proper deductions
    • Creates, maintains, and distributes HRIS reports
    • Implements policies, programs, practices, and procedures that support the desired working culture
    • Actively serves on the committee for rewards and recognition programs
    • Audits the hiring process at child care partner locations for Head Start/Early Head Start requirements


Position Qualifications:

Required

      • Bachelor’s Degree in human resources, business or equivalent experience
      • Minimum 3 years of experience in a human resources role
      • Valid driver’s license and ability to travel between various agency sites and community resources


Preferred

      • HR certification or advanced degree
      • Proficient in conversational Spanish
      • Experience in a Child Development, Head Start, or Early Head Start organization



Leadership Giving Manager (Job Code LGM4.15)


Position Summary:

Leadership Giving Manager will work in collaboration with the Chief Development Officer and other key staff and volunteers to execute an effective annual fund campaign with the objective of growing annual individual leadership giving to $500,000 per year. This is a full-time position reporting to the Chief Development Officer.

Major Accountabilities:

    • Identify, cultivate, solicit and steward individual donors capable of leadership gifts ($1,000 to $15,000)
    • Create a strategic plan for the establishment and growth of annual leadership gift giving and administer annual giving program

Position Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree (advanced degree preferred), with 3-5 years’ experience working in nonprofit fundraising
    • Proven ability to work effectively with board members, colleagues, donors and volunteers presenting, informing and motivating individuals about mission and service
    • Goal-oriented, persistent and persuasive in donor contact, follow-through and completion of acquiring donor gifts
    • Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills, both oral and written for online and traditional venues
    • Strategic thinking: ability to quickly identify viable opportunities and balance competing priorities with limited resources
    • Ability to increase revenue quickly: self-motivated, driven, demonstrated initiative
    • Ability to communicate approaches to varying audiences, demonstrated ability to build strong and long-lasting relationships and to gain trust and confidence of supporters and stakeholders
    • Highly organized, effective manager of own and others’ work
    • Proficiency in Raiser’s Edge, Microsoft Office, online website content management, social media management systems, and communications software
    • Analytical ability to read raw financial data and tell the stories the data represent
    • Ability to work independently and in a collaborative team environment across multiple programs and departments



Nutritional Service Worker (Job Code NSW4.15)


Position Summary:

Ensures food service to children and staff is provided in manner that meets health and safety regulations. Prepares meals in accordance with CACFP guidelines.

Major Accountabilities:

    • Ensures meal delivery is in a timely and orderly manner
    • Maintains daily meal counts as required by CACFP regulations
    • Sanitizes food service equipment and food service areas by maintaining food sanitation and safety practices, including personal appearance and hygiene as required by federal, state and local mandates
    • Performs such other duties as incumbent upon the position and as assigned


Position Qualifications:

    • High School diploma required or equivalency
    • Dedicated to nutrition services; oriented to the concept of the total family
    • Understanding of local and state sanitation regulations
    • Ability to perform duties with limited supervision
    • Ability to work flexible hours as needed
    • Requires valid driver’s license and ability to travel between various program sites


Work Environment and Physical Requirements:

    • Maintains physical condition appropriate to the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities, which may include the following: walking, bending, stretching, lifting, standing or sitting for extended periods of time, operating assigned equipment
    • Must be able to lift a minimum of 20 pounds with the ability to handle heavy pots and industrial kitchen equipment



Director of Center Operations (Job Code DCO4.15)


Position Summary:

Oversees the day-to-day functions of all Head Start/Early Head Start centers to ensure program compliance and quality delivery of services. Collaborates with child care partners and monitors partner locations for program compliance and quality delivery of services. Working closely with the Division Director, is responsible for the efficient operation and administration of the HS/EHS program including program design, management, record-keeping, and the development of community partnerships. Meets all applicable HS/EHS program performance standards and requirements.

Major Accountabilities:

    • Monitors the implementation of HS/EHS program performance standards, state licensing requirements, school readiness framework, and Agency policies and procedures for compliance and delivery of high quality services; addresses any non-compliance issues in a timely manner
    • Works with child care partners to maintain strong relationships and ensure contract compliance
    • Fosters strong relationships between employees and the Agency
    • Ensures that Center Managers fill position vacancies promptly and according to Agency procedure
    • Collaborates with managers to maintain quality and compliance; makes training recommendations
    • Makes recommendations for program development and staffing plans
    • Monitors Child Plus reporting and conducts investigations of issues or concerns
    • Works closely with other Agency programs to ensure coordination of services to HS/EHS families
    • Prepares and submits a monthly progress report to the Division Director
    • Provides input into the Child Development budget and reviews and submits expenditure requests
    • Attends and participates in local, state, and out-of-state training, conferences and meetings


Position Qualifications:

Required

    • Bachelor’s Degree in early childhood, human services, or equivalent degree + 5 years of experience in a Head Start, Early Head Start, Early Childhood or related field OR Master’s Degree in Human Services + 5 years of relevant experience
    • Minimum 3 years of supervisory experience
    • Valid driver’s license and ability to travel between various agency sites and community resources

Preferred

    • Master’s Degree in Human Services
    • Proficient in conversational Spanish
    • Proficiency using Child Plus Net
    • Experience in training design and delivery




Resident Supervisor (Job Code: RS5.15)

Family Services, Inc. has a position available for an experienced Resident Supervisor in the Safe Relationships Division. Family Services is a non-profit organization based in Winston-Salem, NC devoted to I need help contribute

family services main line
(336)722-8173

domestic violence hotline
(336)723-8125

sexual assault hotline
(336)722-4457