Career Opportunities

The Children's Trust is a dedicated source of revenue established by voter referendum to improve the lives of children and families in Miami-Dade County by making strategic investments in their futures. The Trust is guided by principles and values that include targeting early intervention and prevention services to our most vulnerable children, families and neighborhoods, while advocating for, and supporting, the increased availability of needed services for all children and their families.

The Children's Trust is an equal opportunity employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital, disability or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

There are currently no open positions at The Children's Trust.


Career Opportunities in Other Organizations

The Children's Trust updates the following information weekly as a service to the community and is not responsible for the content. Please contact the listing agency directly for further details and application information. To post your agency's job opening on this page and on our Weekly Provider Bulletin, please fill out this form.

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Care Coordinator
Gang Alternative seeks a care coordinator to provide case management and service linkage for its UPLIFT Community Partnership. Must be able to lead effective family team conferences leading to individual course of action plans; provide/coordinate critical services for children and youth; help families access services in the community; and maintain accurate and confidential client records. Bachelor's degree in social work or related field and minimum three years' relevant experience a must. Email résumé and cover letter to info@myga.org.

Chief Executive Officer *
Catholic Charities seeks a CEO to assume leadership of the agency immediately. The CEO will provide leadership and guidance in the development and implementation of strategies and plans to meet the goals and objectives of the organization. For complete job description, requirements and application guidelines, click here.

Community Outreach Coordinator *
The Segal Institute for Clinical Research (SICR) seeks an experienced and professional community outreach coordinator to be responsible for new business development, patient recruitment, increasing clinical trial enrollment and cultivating strategic partnerships through community outreach activities. This position also develops sponsorship arrangements and relationships with businesses, individuals, schools and other organizations interested in supporting SICR program areas. Must possess at minimum one year outreach coordinator experience. Email résumé to mdesroches@segalinstitute.com.

President/CEO
Miami Children's Initiative (MCI) seeks a president/CEO with extensive experience in building and sustaining community relationships, launching and successfully executing place-based initiatives, and engaging and fostering community participation and involvement in MCI's mission and vision. Position reports directly to MCI's board of directors, and is responsible for overall leadership, fiscal and operational management of the organization as directed by its strategic plan. Click here to download complete job description, requirements and application guidelines; résumés must be received no later than June 5, 2017.

Therapists *
University of Miami seeks therapists to fill two separate positions. One successful candidate will provide Parent-Child Interaction Therapy services at Touching Miami with Love Overtown; the second will provide Parent-Child Interaction Therapy services at Touching Miami with Love Homestead as well as HealthySteps services at UHealth Pediatrics South in Kendall. Must possess at minimum a master's degree and relevant licensure (or be license eligible). For complete job descriptions, requirements and application guidelines, visit careers.med.miami.edu and reference job opening P100028487 or P100028488.

Available Positions at Citrus Health Network

  • Early Childhood Development and Intervention Specialist Must possess at minimum bachelor's degree in social work, education or special education (master's preferred); three years' experience working with children birth to 5; specialized training in child development and early care/education and screening; knowledge of childcare and early care operations; knowledge of inclusive practices and trauma-informed care; experience with parent/teacher engagement and consultations/technical assistance; and a valid driver's license. Bilingual (English/Spanish or English/Creole) preferred. Email résumé to susang@citrushealth.com.
  • Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist Must possess at minimum master's degree in social work or mental health; five years' experience working with children birth to 5; specialized training in infant mental health, child development, trauma-informed care and early care/education; screening and observation skills; ability to provide coaching, technical assistance and guidance to parents, teachers and caregivers in childcare at early learning settings; strong interpersonal, communication and engagement skills; bilingual (English/Spanish) fluency; and valid driver's license. Email résumé to emmad@citrushealth.com.

Available Positions at Cherry Blossom Learning Center

  • Teacher - PreK 3 Must be fully bilingual (English/Spanish) and possess CDA or FCCPC.
  • Teacher - VPK Part-time; afternoon. Must possess at minimum DCF-mandated 45 hours and be fully bilingual (English/Spanish); CDA or FCCPC preferred.

For more information and application guidelines, contact Kathy Nieto at kathy@cherryblossommiami.org.

Available Positions at Village Youth Services

  • Site Supervisors (Summer)
  • Program Assistants (Summer)

Email résumé to jobs@villageyouth.org.