Careers

Careers

Our employees are dedicated to helping individuals and families. If you feel you can make a difference, browse our openings or upload your resume and tell us your interests and we’ll consider you for future opportunities. Before you apply we encourage you to view our mission, beliefs and values.

Positions Available

  • Location: Gladwin County

    Assist with the coordination and implementation of the Early Head Start program to meet performance standards.

  • Seasonal Part time
    Location: Big Rapids

    Position to assist with functions associated with community service programs, coordination of program services, customer orientation, referral and eligibility determination, and program reporting.

  • Full time
    Location: Clare, Harrison

    Implement a developmentally appropriate program for eligible children following the curriculum and funding source guidelines in coordination with management staff.

  • Full time
    Location: Farwell

    Coordination of the Housing Programs, in accordance with the approved plans and budget, the general policy guidelines established by the Agency and funding source, and applicable laws, procedures and regulations.

  • Full time
    Location: Midland

    To provide home based services to families in collaboration with The Department of Human Services to promote child safety, provide parenting education and support child development.

  • Part time
    Location: Clare

    To provide home based services or supportive visitation to families in collaboration with The Department of Human Services to promote child safety, provide parenting education and support child development.

  • Part time
    Location: Bay County

    To provide home based services to families in collaboration with The Department of Human Services to promote child safety, provide parenting education and support child development.

Updated 09/10/2014


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