Employment

Programs Manager – Adoption Programs

EVOLVE is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Programs Manager – Adoption with a starting rate of pay of $45,000 to $53,000 depending upon licensure and experience. This is a full time position, based mostly out of our Stillwater location. Benefits include medical insurance, generous paid time off, 12 paid holidays, flexible schedule and other supportive benefits. Office hours are flexible and include occasional nights and weekends depending on event schedule, meetings or workshops.

Our leadership team works in a collaborative environment, developing goals based on our core values. We communicate and hold each other accountable through the use of a practical and growth focused operating system. This position will oversee program management, development and education and is responsible for management of staff, as well as program specific tasks that are listed in the full job description on our website.

The ideal candidate has a minimum of three years of experience in adoption/child welfare with a minimum of two years of supervisory experience preferred. They must have a Master’s Degree with LISW or LICSW level of licensure and be proficient with computers. A successful candidate will have a high level of written and oral communication skills, as well pass a criminal background check as required by Minnesota and Wisconsin law. Must possess a valid driver’s license and provide a reliable means of transportation for the performance of work responsibilities.

Please click HERE for the Programs Manager – Adoption Programs Description!

How To Apply:

Submit a cover letter, resume, and completed application (linked at the bottom of this page) to employment@evolveservices.org. No phone calls please. EVOLVE Adoption & Family Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. People of color and individuals of diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.

Foster Care Family Worker

EVOLVE is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Family Worker – Foster Care. This is a full-time position offers a starting wage of $16-17 per hour and requires occasional evening and weekend hours. Benefits include medical insurance, generous paid time off, 12 paid holidays, flexible schedule and other supportive benefits. The purpose of this position is to assess, license and support foster homes with a focus on relative/kinship families and communities of color. Over 80% of our foster families are families of color representing a disproportionate representation of youth in foster care needing a safe home. This position will also be engaged in recruiting families, training and operating culturally-appropriate foster care programs to provide high quality services to youth. The position requires in-depth knowledge of communities of color and a variety of cultures.

Under the general direction of the Program Manager, this client services focused position works directly with individuals and families desiring to provide homes for children in foster care. The Worker also provides direct service to prospective and current adoptive families, prioritizing the client (child and parent) at all times. The Worker provides home study assessments for foster care licensing. This person will also be responsible for supervising and monitoring placements.

Cultural understanding is necessary. This position will be in support of a program that will work primarily with diverse families in the Twin Cities. Applicants must have knowledge of, connections to and familiarity with the Twin Cities communities of color. Minimum education required is a baccalaureate degree in social work or similar degree or a combination of equivalent experience and training. Our foster care program is focused on recruiting / serving families who reflect the children in care; who are primarily children of color. In addition, we license relative and kinship families in order to help reduce a child’s time in the child protection system and find permanency within the child’s circle of familiarity. The Social Worker in this position needs to be committed to this focused effort.

Please click HERE for the Foster Care Family Worker Description!

How To Apply:

Submit a cover letter, resume, and completed application (linked at the bottom of this page) to jobs@evolveservices.org. No phone calls please. EVOLVE Adoption & Family Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Individuals of diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.

Adoption Process Intern

EVOLVE is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Adoption Process Intern. The ideal candidate would be able to work 16-20 hours per week and be able to commit to a six month internship, however, a three month commitment is required. This position is based out of our Stillwater location. This is an unpaid position with a chance to gain valuable experience in the field of adoption.

Job Duties include: client intake, dossier assistance, home study process support, special projects as assigned, and general office duties.

High school diploma required. Bachelors Degree or Vocational/technical school degree and 2+ years of related office experience is preferred. Must be proficient with computers and have a high level of written and oral communication skills, as well as able to pass a criminal background check as required by Minnesota and Wisconsin law.

Please click HERE for the Adoption Process Intern Description!

How To Apply:

Submit a cover letter, resume, and completed application (linked at the bottom of this page) to jobs@evolveservices.org. No phone calls please. EVOLVE Adoption & Family Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Individuals of diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Submit your resume and job application to jobs@evolveservices.org or employment@evolveservices.org (as noted above)

Equal Opportunity Statement and Non-Discrimination Policy

The Board of Directors of EVOLVE is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all persons. It is the policy of the agency, in recognition of the essential rights of all children and individuals, to provide agency services without regard to race, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, union or political affiliation, religion, national origin, citizenship status, age, marital status, disability, or reliance on public assistance except where a bonafide qualification exists.