Every Child, Inc. provides an array
of individualized services and specialized approaches to birth, foster
and adoptive families and children of all ages. We have an expertise
in serving children and parents with disabilities and special healthcare
needs. We believe that the only happy ending for a child is to have
a loving, safe and stable family.
Our staff and services are dedicated to supporting and strengthening
families and work in tandem to ensure that no child “falls through
the cracks” due to a failure to navigate the complexity of the
modern child welfare system.
We are currently seeking candidates for:
Family Preservation Specialist
Family Based Senior Mental Health Clinician
Senior Family Focused Solution Based Clinician
Family Focused Mental Health Clinician
SWAN/Foster Care Caseworker
Please contact us regarding internship opportunities
APPLICATIONS FOR INTERNSHIPS FOR FALL 2013 ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED.
Please send inquiries to the same address as employment applications.
To apply for any position listed above, interested individuals
1. Download our
Employment Application (requires Adobe
2. Print the application and carefully complete all fields.
3. Send the completed application, along with your resume to:
Attention: Human Resources
6401 Penn Avenue, Suite 300
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
(412) 665-0755 (fax)
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE
Every Child, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. ECI complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment. It is against ECI’s policy for any employee to discriminate against an applicant for employment or another employee on the basis of race, color, and religious creed, gender, age, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin, or any other classification protected by applicable discrimination laws. Furthermore, no employee of the Agency is to discriminate against any applicant or fellow employee on the basis of a disability or status as a disabled veteran or veteran of the Vietnam era. The Agency will make reasonable accommodations, including modification of Agency policies and procedures in appropriate cases for qualified individuals with disabilities, if it can do so without undue hardship.