Many of our employees began their careers with A Child’s Haven as volunteers, interns, or classroom substitutes. As experience grows and skills develop, qualified people are offered full-time employment in a position that best meets their skills and interests.
Whether you’re interested in Childhood Development, Social Services and Family Counseling, or an administrative support position, you will find that the success experienced by the children and their caregivers serves as the ultimate reward of being a part of the A Child’s Haven team!
Enjoy the satisfaction of making a difference. Share the joy of working on a supportive team who care about each other and their work.
|Position||Type||Position Description||Resume & Cover Letter to:|
|Assistant Clinical Director||Full Time||View||[email protected]|
|Bilingual Child and Family Therapist (Licensed Master's Position)||Full Time||View||[email protected]|
|Child and Family Therapist (Licensed Master’s Position)||Full Time||View||[email protected]|
|Clinical Director||Full Time||View||[email protected]|
|Clinical Treatment Provider||Full Time||View||[email protected]|
|Clinical Treatment Supervisor||Full Time||View||[email protected]|
It’s Not Just the Children Smiling
“Working for A Child’s Haven is a Challenge and a Blessing all wrapped in one place. I am the Chef at A Child’s Haven and I prepare breakfast and lunch for our children.
The other day when some children came back from a field trip, as they were returning to their classroom, the teachers had the kids stop in the hallway to thank me for preparing lunch for their day out. All the children turned and said ‘thank you Mr. John for lunch, it was really good and we liked the oranges that you sent’ (Mandarin orange cups), and at that moment they all came running back to me and gave me the BIGGEST HUG you can imagine.
Every day is a blessing to work for A Child’s Haven!!! I am thankful and blessed to be a part of these children’s lives. Learning all the children’s food allergies, their likes & dislikes, will always be a challenge. But to see them smile and thank me for cooking for them: that is PRICELESS.”