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:

Family Support Coordinator

We are seeking a part time (25 hours per week with flexible schedule) Family Support Coordinator for Early Intervention Regional Early Intervention Collaborative. This role involves working with Early Intervention (EI) professionals to resolve family concerns /inquiries; presenting to families, EI professionals, and community agencies; preparing reports; and sharing pertinent information with Early Intervention professionals.  

Qualified applicants must be a  parent or close family member of child/adult with special needs; Bachelor’s degree, Master’s in health related field preferred; have excellent communication, public speaking and presentation, organizational and computer skills; a willingness to travel throughout region/state; occasionally evening and weekend hours; the ability to multi task and be a team player. Business travel reimbursement is provided and prorated benefits.  If you are interested in applying for this position, please email your cover letter 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 a computerized process.  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 and problem solving skills. If you are interested in this position please submit your cover letter and resume.

 Service Coordinator- Mercer county


We are seeking a Full Time Service Coordinator (SC). The Service Coordinator ensures that children and their families receive the support and service they need, as authorized under the NJ Department of Health Early Intervention Program. The SC assists families with infants/toddlers with special needs (birth to 3 years) by meeting in the home with the family and other practitioners to plan and ensure delivery of EI services. 

The qualified candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited institution in social work or other related health, human service or education field AND at least one year of post graduate documented paid, professional experience working with children (birth to 5 who have developmental delays) and their families in a counseling, supporting or case management role. If the candidate has a social work certification (CSW) or is a licensed social worker (LSW) the one year experience is waived.

Excellent communication skills-both written and oral; proficiency with Microsoft Office, interpersonal and problem solving skills and the ability to travel extensively on a daily basis for community based appointments in Mercer County, including Trenton. A valid driver’s license and insurance are required. If you are interested in applying for this position please email your cover letter and resume.

 Temporary Health Educator

 We are seeking a Health Educator to work on Zika education programs supported by grant funding from the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH).  The Health Educator will assist in the development, planning, implementation, and evaluation of education and training related activities for the Zika Infant Surveillance program. This position is anticipated to end June 30, 2017.

The qualified candidate will have a Bachelor's degree in Nursing and/or a Master's degree or higher with a major course of study in Administration, Public Health, Nursing, Health Education, Health Planning, Public Administration, Epidemiology, Nursing Research, or related health field. Preference is for an individual with experience in education planning, development, presentation and evaluations. Three (3)-Five (5) years of experience in a Maternal-Child Health or Pediatrics field is strongly preferred.

The candidate must also be able to present in a professional manner and be able to engage with a wide range of professional associates. Excellent computer skills are a must as is the ability to coordinate event logistics. The Educator must be able to establish priorities, work independently, and meet deadlines with minimal supervision and be willing to work flexible hours on occasion based on agency or program priorities.

If you are interested in applying for this position please email your cover letter and resume.

Temporary Nurse Educator

We are seeking a part time (28 hour per week) Nurse Consultant to work on Zika education programs and chart abstraction supported by grant funding from the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH). The Nurse Consultant will assist in the development, planning, implementation, and evaluation of education and training related activities for the Zika Infant Surveillance program. This part time position is anticipated to end on July 31, 2017.

The qualified candidate will have a Bachelor's degree in Nursing and/or a Master's degree. Preference is for an individual with experience in education planning, development, presentation and evaluations. Three (3)-Five (5) years of experience in a Maternal-Child Health or Pediatrics field is strongly preferred.

The candidate must also be able to present in a professional manner and be able to engage with a wide range of professional associates. Excellent computer skills are a must as is the ability to coordinate event logistics. The candidate must be able to establish priorities, work independently, and meet deadlines with minimal supervision and be willing to work flexible hours on occasion based on agency or program priorities.

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, Director of Human Resources.