Join Our Team
An organization cannot reach their vision and goals without the right people. Just as clients, programs, and equipment are essential for success, so are employees. Without the right employees, even a well equipped organization will flounder. At JFS, we recognize that our employees are our greatest asset.
View all of our current career opportunities below to join our team of committed and caring professionals:
The Activity Coordinator handles program implementation and development to support community building, volunteerism, and aging in community in the Colorado Senior Connections Wheat Ridge Naturally Occurring Retirement Community.
The Billing Specialist is responsible for accounts receivable and billing for Jewish Family Service.
The Care Manager–Program Coordinator position provides care management services to seniors and disabled adults and coordinates the Senior Companion Program. This position also serves as the Senior Solutions Department (SSD) Field Coordinator.
As a member of the Executive Management Team, the Chief Fundraising and Communications Officer is responsible for the strategy and implementation of the fundraising and communications programs in the context of the strategic plan. Oversees a comprehensive development program to secure gifts at all levels from individuals, corporations and foundations through a full range of strategies. Provides a vision with a solid understanding of traditional and innovative marketing and communications strategies in the nature of philanthropy, ethics, motivation for giving, research and cultivation practices. Leads and manages a team of fundraising, marketing and communications professionals. Strong commitment to the Agency’s vision, mission and values.
The Counseling Department Operations Manager is responsible for providing leadership and supervision for clinical and operations staff. Will provide clinical supervision to therapists and oversee clinical response to emergencies. Will oversee the general operational activities of the department regarding procedural changes, data base management, supporting director and program managers on achieving operational plan goals.
The Field Staff Supervisor is responsible for providing direct supervision to a team of homemakers and personal care workers through the Homemaker and JFS at Home programs. This includes regular visits to the homes of senior and disabled clients to observe direct service, assess client satisfaction, and provide homemakers and personal care workers with feedback and support. Serves as backup for scheduler. Facilitates homemaker and personal care worker meetings and ongoing trainings.
The Manager of Operations and Community Relations is responsible for management of home care services using business acumen to support and inspire staff to ensure programmatic success. Areas of responsibility include maintaining licensure requirements and providing metrics regarding attainment of goals and objectives. Ensures delivery of quality care to clients, enhancement of business development in the home care services area and continuous improvement of Agency efficiency and fiscal success.
The Personal Care Worker provides personal care services by assisting with activities of daily living and companionship to clients residing in the home in support of maintaining their independent lifestyles
The Printing/Graphic Production Assistant assists staff in daily production operations from start to finish and is a role model for consumers and encourages good work habits by reinforcing positive behaviors.
The Psychotherapist Serving Refugees furthers the agency mission by providing cross-cultural counseling services for the benefit of clients and the community.
The Psychotherapist provides mental health and case management services for the benefit of clients and the community.
The Operations Manager (OM) is responsible for oversight and day- to-day operations of the of Disability and Employment Services programs. The OM ensures that program services meet and/or exceed requirements of funders, quality expectations and standards, program outcomes and client satisfaction. The position provides supervision, development, and evaluation for Program Manager level employees. The OM coordinates program development, implementation, and evaluation to ensure the success of Disability and Employment Services programs.
To apply, please email, mail, or fax your resume to:
Jewish Family Service of Colorado
Attn: HR Department
3201 South Tamarac Drive
Denver, CO 80231
Fax: (303) 597-5009