Join a diverse team of smart, passionate colleagues who take pride in meaningful work guided by strong core values and a powerful mission. Our team members are dedicated to making the foster care experience for children in the foster care system. Voices for Children of Broward County is seeking talented professionals that are committed to making a difference in the lives of our community’s most vulnerable children.
Here you may view and apply for current career opportunities. When applying for a position at Voices for Children of Broward County, be sure to include cover letter and resume and send via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, unless indicated otherwise. Applicants selected to continue moving forward with the interview process will be contacted by a member of our team. No telephone calls, please.
There are no open positions at this time.
In addition, we have listed current openings with our partner, the 17th Circuit Guardian ad Litem Program. When applying for a position with the 17th Circuit Guardian ad Litem Program, please be sure to follow instructions as listed in the posting. No telephone calls, please.
Open Positions with the 17th Circuit Guardian ad Litem Program
Click the link below for open positions.
To learn more about the the 17th Circuit Guardian ad Litem Program, please visit https://galbroward17.org. Please be sure to follow the instructions on how to apply.
Voices for Children of Broward County is committed to providing a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. Voices for Children of Broward County does not discriminate against employees, applicants, or volunteers, by reason of gender, race, religion, age, sexual orientation or identify, pregnancy, marital status, disability, veteran or military reserve status, immigration status, or language spoken or on the basis of any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. Applicants with disabilities who may need accommodations are encouraged to contact us five days prior to scheduled interview, so that reasonable accommodations may be coordinated.