OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES
The following opportunities are now available at For Love of Children. Please forward cover letter and resume to: For Love of Children, c/o Human Resources, 1301 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE, Washington, DC 20003, or Fax: 202-462-9280. Applicants are seen by appointment only. This listing is subject to additions, deletions, or other changes without notice.
The clients of For Love of Children have a reasonable right to expect that the services they receive are performed by persons who are free of the effects of drugs and alcohol. For Love of Children will test all individuals who have been offered employment for current substance use as part of its pre-employment physical process. In the event of a confirmed positive test result, the applicant will be rejected for consideration of employment.
For Love of Children is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
In partnership with the Executive Director, the Donor Relations Manager is responsible for developing and implementing all fundraising efforts, as well as leading all marketing and public relations events to ensure the continued success and financial health of the agency.
The Business Manager a crucial leadership team member at For Love of Children (FLOC), that will manage all human resources and operations functions, serving the needs of 15-20 employees.
The Coordinator will work with the Manager of Donor Relations in marketing and public relations events to ensure the continued success and financial health of the agency.
Under the supervision of the Program Manager, the Program Coordinator is responsible for supervising 3 program sites during the school year and the Summer Academy.
Under the supervision of the Program Manager, the Bilingual Program Coordinator is responsible for supervising 3 program sites during the school year and the Summer Academy.
The City Leaders Program is looking for an Intern to support our Project Based Learning component.
Under the supervision of our full-time staff, the Recruitment & Outreach Intern will support and work to enhance FLOC’s community outreach and recruitment efforts aimed at recruiting new volunteers, new students, and assisting with enrolling returning students and volunteers for the 2019-2020 school year.
The Neighborhood Tutoring Program is looking for an Intern to support lesson planning, identifying and researching engaging educational resources, and providing quality feedback to tutors.
The City Leaders Program is looking for a Programs Intern to support the efforts to offer participants between 10th grade and postsecondary a wide range of opportunities to strengthen the skills needed for college and career.
As a member of FLOC’s development team, the Communications and Development Intern will help implement strategic communications and support fundraising programs that help grow the organization’s capacity to serve DC students.