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Career Opportunities

CFLS is fueled by our dedicated staff who truly believe in our mission and are expanding to better serve our
community! We are looking for candidates with a demonstrated passion to serve reentry and justice-affected
women. If that sounds like you, please check out some of our great opportunities!

Weekend Overnight Monitor (Floater) 

Employment Specialist

Under the direction of the Director of Reentry & Victim Services, the Employment Specialist will work to serve women in the community and our reentry transitional housing programs. The Employment Specialist will be responsible for a case load of 20-30 returning citizens seeking employment, building partnerships with businesses and nonprofits, and teaching employment skills. To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Katherine Sponaugle at

Medical/Housing Case Manager

The Medical/Housing Case Manager is responsible for assessing, planning, implementing, monitoring and conducting evaluations required to meet client’s health, housing and other human services needs. Includes developing service plans and coordinating services in a timely, equitable, client-centered delivery of services

Employment Specialist

CFLS provides employment counseling, job search assistance, resume assistance, mock interviewing and meaningful employment for the families in our programs and women returning home from a period of incarceration. Many of our programs rely on employment services to help participants get back on their feet. Employment Specialist offers an employment assessment, resume and job development to prepare the client for entering the workforce. To secure employment, the Employment Specialist networks and consults with employers and community organizations. By maintaining these relationships and monitoring trends in the workplace, CFLS helps clients progress toward a better future.

Under the direction of the financial literacy Program Manager, this role manages a caseload of clients living in the community after they have completed their year with the financial literacy housing program. Clients willl receive education about money management and home ownership. Responsible for providing services and supports  and the timely submission of data to program manager.

The resident monitor is under the supervision of the program manager. She/he is responsible for monitoring the building during designated shifts, reviewing the security cameras on an hourly basis to ensure the building remains safe.

Under the Direction of the Director of Housing and Wellness this role oversees the day-to-day operations of the Ryan White department and DBH housing programs and manages the overall program delivery. Responsible for the timely submission of all program reports and contributes to the development of grant applications and proposals.

Under the Direction of the Director of Research, this role is responsible for the new client intakes and client referrals to different departments and/or case managers. Meets with new clients regularly for the intakes, understand their needs and do referrals. In-charge of the HIV 101 screening and referrals as well. Responsible for the timely completion of universal intake form in Apricot and contributes to the development of grant applications and proposals. This person frequently be the first point of contact for clients thus the person in this position is an important face to the company and helps to maintain our relationships and fulfill our clients’ needs. This position is fit for a responsive & enthusiastic candidate who enjoys multitasking and handling logistics, takes ownership of tasks, and communicates well with a team.

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to Dr. Nima Ganga at

The primary purpose of this position is to manage Community Family Life Services individual giving program, including annual fund initiatives and special events.

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