Join Our Team

Are you out front, whole hearted, and rock solid? Join us in advancing safer, healthier relationships for children and families. FamilyForward offers an excellent working environment, competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package. Learn more about our benefits and current openings below. 

The passion and experience of the staff at FamilyForward is inspiring. The agency is focused on being out-front in programming and supporting clients on their unique journeys.

– Jenny Blevens, Director of Therapeutic Preschool

Benefits at FamilyForward

We know when applying for a job, or accepting one, benefits are a big deal. Here are our benefits highlights, but to learn more, check out our full benefits guide.

  • Medical insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Life insurance
  • 403(b) with employer match
  • Education assistance
  • 10 paid holidays, including 2 floating holidays
  • Generous paid vacation time
  • Health and wellness time
  • Wellness Week (December 25 – 31 paid week off)

*All benefits terms and rates may vary and are subject to plan requirements and eligibility.

Current Openings

FamilyForward’s current job opportunities are listed below. To apply for a position, click on the job posting. FamilyForward is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage qualified minority, female, veteran, disabled, and other diverse candidates to apply and be considered for open positions.

Work with FamilyForward

Doctoral Internship in Health Service Psychology

FamilyForward’s Doctoral Internship in Health Service Psychology focuses on developing skills in the areas of psychological evaluation and intervention. The internship program works specifically with clients and families who have experienced developmental trauma. A primary focus is completing psychological evaluations for children and adolescents, and a secondary focus is building evidence-based therapeutic skills through individual, family, and group therapy formats. Throughout the year, interns will become specialized in trauma by utilizing attachment theory, collaborative assessment models, and cultural context as frameworks for conceptualizing clients and providing intervention.