Career Opportunities

Do you have the energy, talent, ambition and passion for working with others to ensure a legacy of health - one family at a time? If your answer is yes, then you should think about career opportunities with the Consortium. As a leader in our field, our goal is to hire well-qualified, highly skilled employees, and to provide them with a supportive work environment. We believe that each employee has a critical role to play not only in the lives of the families we serve, but in the successful outcomes they achieve.

If you have the potential and desire to meet these high standards and to help the Consortium meets its objectives, please review our career opportunities for one that best fits you.

We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class.

Current Employment Opportunities:


Intake Specialist- Mercer County

We are seeking a full time Intake Specialist to provide referrals and resources through phone contact to connect women and families to health care and other social service providers in the community. Responsibilities for this position include community outreach and education in Mercer County.

The qualified applicant must be bilingual (English/Spanish) with a Bachelor’s degree (preferred) and a minimum 1 year experience in maternal child health field. At least 1 year experience in community based public health field; excellent communication and problem solving and public speaking skills. Must demonstrate initiative, creativity, work well independently and as part of a team as well as have strong computer skills (e.g. Microsoft suite).  This position requires travel in Mercer County. If you are interested in this position, please email your cover letter and resume.


Technical Assistance Specialist

We are seeking a full time Technical Assistance Specialist to provide comprehensive technical assistance and support to early childhood education providers/programs enrolled in Grow NJ Kids through a grant with the NJ Department of Human Services.  Technical Assistance Specialists work with center based and family based child care programs to provide mentoring, coaching, and technical assistance services to participants in order to improve the early care and education system in New Jersey and prepare participants to be rated by the Grow NJ Kids quality rating system.  

Qualified candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in early childhood education, child development or a closely related field and be Bilingual (English/Spanish). Candidates should have two (2) years’ experience working as a teacher or primary care provider in an early childhood setting, expertise and knowledge of various assessments tools, including: Infant Toddler Environmental Rating Scale (ITERS), Early Childhood Environmental Rating Scale (ECERS), Family Child Care Environmental Rating Scale (FCCERS), and the Strengthening Families Protective Factors assessment tools and have strong interpersonal skills. Candidates should be familiar with geographical locations of assigned programs including Bergen, Hunterdon, Morris, Passaic, Sussex, Union or Warren counties and must be able to drive throughout these seven counties for daily appointments.If you are interested in this position please email your cover letter (with salary requirements) and resume.

SPOE Service Coordinator

We are seeking a full time Service Coordinator (SC) for our North Brunswick office. This position ensures that children and their families receive the support/service they need, as authorized under the NJ Department of Health Early Intervention grant funded program for infants/toddlers with special needs (birth to 3 years).

The Service Coordinator completes the initial phone contacts (no face to face contact) with families via the Early Intervention Management System (EIMS).  The Service Coordinator must complete a minimum number of referrals on a daily/weekly basis with accuracy and speed.  Additional responsibilities as designated by NJDOH.

The qualified candidate should have a Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred from an accredited institution in a related health, human service or education field and at least one year of documented professional, experience working with children and families in a social work, counseling or case management role. Bilingual preferred but not required, excellent communication skills, proficiency with Microsoft Office, interpersonal, multi-tasking, and problem solving skills. If you are interested in applying for this position please email your cover letter and resume.


 If you are interested in one of the listed positions, please click here to email your cover letter and resume to Jocelyn Claudio, Adminstrative Services Director.