Job Openings

Position: Child Development Specialist

Location: Adelphi/Langley Park Family Support Center, Adelphi, MD

If you have a background in child development and are an energetic individual who wants to join a team that is making a difference for children and their familes, please apply!

Human services organization is seeking a full-time Child Development Specialist to lead our child development classroom at the Adelphi/Langley Park Family Support Center. Candidates must possess the ability to relate to people of diverse educational, cultural and economic backgrounds, and model developmentally-appropriate interactions with infants and toddlers.

Educational Qualifications and Experience
Bachelor’s in early Childhood Education or related field preferred. Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, Special Education, Child Development or related field accepted. Must have experience working with young children from birth to three years old.

Salary: $29,000 – $31,000 DOE

Benefits: Health and dental insurance (80% paid by employer); contribute to 401K after one year of employment; short and long term disability; life insurance; generous leave.

Send resumé and cover letter to Danitza Simpson:

Questions: 301.431.6210

Position: Family Support Worker

Location: Adelphi/Langley Park Family Support Center, Adelphi, MD 

Healthy Families Prince George’s, an evidence-based home visiting program developed to support families as they prepare for and welcome new babies into their homes, is seeking a Bi-Lingual (Spanish/English) Family Support Worker. The Family Support Worker position involves lesson planning, home visits related to maternal and child health, school readiness, family stability, and self-sufficiency. and writing reports of each home visit.

Must have the following:
• knowledge of and/or experience with infant/child development
• knowledge of and/or experience with mental health issues faced by families
• experience working with families
• reliable transportation and willingness to use personal vehicle for home visits on a daily basis
• willingness to work with culturally diverse families and colleagues
• strong problem solving and organizational skills
• strong communication and interpersonal skills

A four-year degree is preferred but not required.

Extensive training is provided by the program and each Family Support Worker receives clinical, administrative and reflective supervision on a weekly basis.

May have to travel out of state for training purposes. Mileage is reimbursed at the current rate as determined by the IRS.

This full time job comes with an excellent benefits package including health insurance and retirement plan. There are opportunities for advancement.

Submit resumé to Alyson Jacobson:

Questions: 301.431.6210