Are you looking for a career that makes the world a better place?
Every day, either directly or indirectly, we help children in the local community, the state, the nation and the world. We strive to provide healing and hope to the families we serve. Explore our website for details about the services we provide.
What’s It Like to Work at NCAC?
We have an important mission and a beautiful campus with comfortable offices, but it’s our 60 great staff members who truly make NCAC a Best Place to Work.
While we often deal with serious topics and the work can be challenging, we foster a supportive culture including taking time to celebrate successes and show appreciation, being there for each other through ups and downs, and building community through department get togethers, agency-wide staff meetings, appreciation lunches, holiday parties, etc.
We Value Diversity
We serve a diverse client base and value and seek diversity in our staff, interns, Board members and general volunteers. We have an active Diversity and Inclusion Committee that conducts an annual survey of staff to determine how we can continuously improve our services and interactions with our coworkers and our clients. This committee also organizes a quarterly Diversity Schoolhouse training program during which we bring in speakers to educate ourselves about diversity topics and increase our awareness of the local community. Qualified bilingual (English/Spanish) candidates are especially encouraged to apply!
We offer a comprehensive benefits package. Full-time employees are eligible for:
- Eight hours of annual leave/vacation per month
- Eight hours of sick leave per month
- Four hours of personal leave per month to be used to balance work/personal life needs
- 10 or more holidays
- Medical, Dental, Vision and Life insurance
- Retirement savings via a 401(k) plan - available to most part-time and full-time employees - 100% match of the employee's contributions up to 5% of their salary
Excellence in Service Delivery
• We provide high quality services and deliverables.
• We seek to understand and to exceed the diverse needs and expectations of the children and families we serve as well as all our internal and external customers and partners.
Go Above and Beyond
• We have a “can do” attitude and focus on finding solutions when faced with barriers.
• We take the initiative to ask questions, make suggestions and act rather than waiting for others to do something.
• We are lifelong learners dedicated to incorporating new information and scientific advancement in our work.
• We are always on the lookout for new ideas and opportunities to advance our mission.
• We are creative, willing to try new things, celebrate success, and learn from failure to continually improve our work.
• We willingly share our knowledge with each other, and we support and encourage our coworkers across the agency.
• We interact with our colleagues, MDT members, clients and all other associates with respect, integrity and compassion.
• We strive to maintain positive and productive working relationships, to learn from our different perspectives, and to show appreciation for each person’s contributions towards our mission.
Looking for internships?
We have limited unpaid intern opportunities. Positions for undergraduate and graduate students in our Intervention and Prevention programs are usually filled at least one or two semesters ahead of time, so please plan ahead. Opportunities for the summer and in administrative functions, such as fundraising, are more flexible. Clinical Interns in Intervention/Therapy are typically second year MSW students and require a two-semester commitment (Fall/Spring).
Bachelor’s level and family advocacy internships are full with earliest openings in summer 2021. Master’s level internships are also full with earliest openings in spring 2022 for clinical/therapy.