Family Nurturing Center offers more than a job opportunity. We provide a place for people to put their passion to work – to make a difference in the lives of others, and to build not only a stronger organization, but also a stronger community!

Our team members come from diverse backgrounds and offer varied skillsets, but we hold one thing in common – the mission of the organization. We provide competitive salaries and benefits, an outstanding pathway for professional development, and most important, a clear and compelling opportunity to positively impact lives.

Ideal Candidates: Regardless of the specific position, the ideal candidate to work at Family Nurturing Center is first and foremost, one who believes in, and wants to be a part of, our mission to end the cycle of child abuse. The kind of work we do requires special people; people who are tough enough to push through the trauma we see every day without suffering trauma themselves; people who are passionate enough to push through the obstacles that stand between children and what’s best for them; people who are flexible enough to push through “the way we’ve always done it” to find a better, more inspired, more perfect solution.

Family Nurturing Center is constantly on the lookout for high-quality, professional, committed people we can add to our team. We’re looking for people of great integrity who believe in our mission and our philosophy and who will work collaboratively with us to improve outcomes and improve lives. All positions at Family Nurturing Center require a shared vision and philosophy that promotes and enhances the agency mission, the desire to work in and promote a trauma-informed culture, the ability to handle sensitive information and maintain high level of confidentiality, demonstrated cultural competence and the ability to work effectively with diverse groups of people.

Full Value Proposition: Family Nurturing Center knows the direct relationship between great employees, great services and great outcomes. Investing in our staff is not only the right thing to do for our employees; it’s the right thing to do to ultimately help children and families. Team members at Family Nurturing Center can expect the following direct and indirect benefits of working for an employer of choice:

  • Being a part of a mission driven non profit that values transparency & open communication, respect for all people and ideas, and a trauma-informed culture.
  • Competitive salary and benefits, including generous paid sick and vacation leave, retirement contribution, health, dental, vision, life and long term disability insurance.
  • Annual performance evaluations and opportunity for salary increase based on performance and market changes.
  • Experience with diverse clients and situations. Opportunity to cross train and learn new skills.
  • Robust training, feedback, live coaching and individual professional development.
  • Work life balance offering flexible schedules when possible.

Available Positions

This position is responsible for performing a wide variety of administrative duties related to human resources, facilities, and support to the Chief Operating Officer. Skills utilized regularly include organizing, coordinating, database management, scheduling, proficiency with Microsoft Office, incorporating new systems, and ability to manage
highly confidential information. This position will assist in ensuring effective communication between staff, volunteers, participants, and visitors.
The Child Abuse Treatment Services Therapist is responsible for providing high quality direct
clinical services to children and adults impacted by sexual abuse and other violent crimes, as well
as their non-offending family members.
The Child Care Worker provides nurturing child care in a safe and supportive environment to young children who have siblings enrolled in a Child Abuse Treatment Program.
The Kids on the Block Prevention Specialist is responsible for overseeing the KOB program and ensuring that high quality prevention and awareness activities are delivered.
The Soar Group Facilitator is responsible for planning and leading weekly group sessions for male adults who are healing from child sexual abuse.
Part Time position available to provide supervised visitation services to families and children referred by the Hamilton County Department of Job and Family Services, provide parenting education and mentoring services and input into permanency planning. This position works in our Cincinnati office.

The schedule for this position is 2:15PM- 7:45PM Monday through Thursday and Saturday 8:15AM-5:15PM.
The Prevention and Wellness Specialist is responsible for ensuring participant engagement services to recruit participants for wellness activities, engage them in continuing wellness activities, and work with the overall community & volunteers to identify, create, and maintain a full calendar of holistic services and wellness activities. The Prevention and Wellness Specialist is responsible for marketing and coordinating activities in the Northern Kentucky/Greater Cincinnati Region and working in partnership with target groups in the communities to prevent child sexual abuse. S/he also is responsible for increasing the visibility, network and programmatic contributions of local efforts, as well as working collaboratively with Darkness to Light, the National office.

This position serves as a primary link between wellness services and other Family Nurturing Center programs and services as well as services within the community to ensure high quality care for participants.
The Treatment Services Group Facilitator is responsible for planning and leading weekly group sessions for male adults who are healing from child sexual abuse.
Provide supervised visitation services for families referred by the Hamilton County Department of Jobs and Family Services.