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Employment Opportunities

At the Children & Family Resource Center, we value: 

Cohesion and Teamwork
Strengths-Based Support
Community Collaboration and Presence
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice
Trauma-Informed Practices
Needs-Based Action
Continuous Growth and Learning

We are committed to a workplace that offers equal employment opportunity without discrimination based on race, color, national origin, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, veteran/military status, disability, genetic testing/medical history, pregnancy, or any other personal characteristic protected by law.

Children & Family Resource Center is committed to building a diverse staff and inclusive work environment and strongly encourages applications from candidates of color.

 Download our Employment Application here.  

We are currently hiring : 

Child Care Health Consultant – 40 hours- to work with Henderson, Polk, and Rutherford County child care programs to assess, plan, implement, and evaluate strategies to achieve high quality, safe, healthy child care environments by offering training, consultation, and coaching.  All interested applicants must submit the employment application (link above), a cover letter, and a resume to by January 4th, 2022.   

Salary Range: $64,000 – $75,000  (Bachelor’s degree in nursing and active license required). Benefits include:  85% of health insurance covered, a $25,000 life insurance policy,  short and long term disability,  5 holidays and 8 floating holidays to be used wherever needed,  2 weeks paid parental leave, and 12 days of PTO in the first year,  increasing with longevity. 

 Community Based Doula – PRN.   Up to 12 births per year.  Please submit an application (link here) to by  October 31st, 2021. 



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Trauma has a powerful impact on individuals, organizations, communities, and entire systems.

The Children and Family Resource Center recognizes the pervasive impact of trauma on the children and families we serve, our Staff, Board members, and the larger community.  CFRC is dedicated to building a trauma-responsive organization with shared trauma knowledge, understanding, language, practices, values, and commitments.