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 new President & CEO will be a charismatic leader who is “all about the mission.” The CEO will be creative, credible and capable of leading, inspiring and managing a vibrant social service organization. The CEO’s personal assets will include authenticity, compassion, relationship skills and passion for the mission and work of JFS.
The Boulder Counselor and Care Manager provides in-home counseling, care management services, and support groups to seniors, their families and adults with chronic illnesses.
The Enclave Community Supervisor is responsible for the supervision and training of persons with a disability in an eight seat community enclave worksite. Ensures the quality of work experience the consumer receives. Prepares available sub contract work, instructs, trains and assesses according to the individual’s ability. Encourages work quality and quantity to increase earnings and build self-esteem. Helps the consumer develop growth oriented vocational goals, records progress, and participates in the team planning process.
The International KidSuccess Therapist provides school based counseling services to refugee children and adolescents in local area schools. This is a temporary position through December 2016, with the possibility of longer term employment dependent on grant funding.
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 Refugee Mental Health Manager furthers the agency mission by providing cross-cultural counseling services for the benefit of clients and the community.
The Vocational Specialist is responsible for the quality of work experience the consumer receives. Prepares available subcontract work, instructs, trains and assesses according to individual ability. Encourages quality and quantity to increase earnings and build self-esteem. Helps the consumer develop growth-oriented vocational goals, records progress, and participates in the team planning process. Responsible for up to 20 full and part-time individuals in a work area.
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