We are committed to a workplace that offers equal employment opportunity without discrimination based on race, color, national origin, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, gender, 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
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Full-time benefits include:
We are currently hiring:
Workforce Development Administrator – To assist with the overall success of the Early Childhood Workforce Development Program by implementing processes for billing and data collection, supporting onboarding by performing new hire paperwork and documentation, and managing IT needs for the organization. Click here for the full job description. Applicants will need to complete an application (above) and submit it to Kara Webb at [email protected] or drop it by the office at 851 Case Street, Hendersonville, NC, 28792.
Child Care Associate – Incredible Years, Circle of Parents, Adolescent Parenting, Workforce Development Programs. We are looking for a child care associate to provide safe, interactive, and nurturing care for children, ages birth through 12, of parents participating in Children & Family Resource Center programs, working closely with 2-3 other Child Care Associates. Click here for the full job description. Applicants will need to complete an application (above) and submit it to Emily Balcken at [email protected] or drop it by the office at 851 Case Street, Hendersonville, NC, 28792.
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.