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The Family Nurturing Center offers medical, vision, and dental plans, paid time off, sick pay, paid holidays, professional development opportunities, and employee assistance program.

TO APPLY, please send the following information:

  • A cover letter detailing your interest in the position and why you are qualified
  • A current resume including dates and descriptions of educational background and positions you have held
  • Names and phone numbers of three professional references (2 must be from current or former employers)



The Family Nurturing Center
212 North Oakdale Ave
Medford, Oregon 97501

Current Open Positions

WAGE STEP: $16.67 – $21.28 an hour
LOCATION: Medford, Phoenix, Grants Pass
REPORTS TO: Program Manager
STATUS: NonExempt
SCHEDULE: Monday-Friday 40 hours


POSITION SUMMARY: In-home Safety and Reunification Services (ISRS) Providers offer families an array of in-home services designed to control a safety threat identified by DHS to help support a reunification plan. This service is provided through in-home observations, supervision and specific intervention. Family Nurturing Center programs strengthen families through the development of Protective Factors, which reduce the risk of child abuse and neglect and support effective parenting in at-risk populations.



  • Supporting families through ISRS services
  • Maintaining compliance with FNC/DHS contract
  • Monitor for Safety Threats
  • Complete accurate records and documentation



  • Bachelor’s degree in social work, mental health, psychology, education or related field
  • At least 2 years of experience working with high risk families within the last five years
  • Current clearance in DHS Background Check
  • Current Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect (within 30 days of employment)


CORE COMPETENCIES: (see attached for definitions)

  • Building trust
  • Collaboration
  • Communication
  • Delivering Results
  • Problem Solving
  • Taking initiative
  • Functional knowledge and skills
  • Service to others/customer focus



  • Ability to physically interact with children ages birth through five years, including bending, getting down and up off the floor
  • Ability to lift up to 40 pounds
  • Sitting, standing, driving
  • Vision and hearing within normal range (with or without corrections)


HAZARDS: (List – example)

  • May come into contact with children who are ill and/or contagious
  • Entering potentially unsafe, unstable, or unsanitary living conditions
  • Driving in potentially hazardous weather or road conditions


Supporting families through ISRS services

  • Assist families in understanding what changes the agency has identified as critical in meeting the safety and well-being needs of the children
  • Engage with children, families, relative providers, foster parents and community partners to promote reunification and safe case closure.
  • Supervise family interaction between parents and children, provide interventions where needed to promote healthy and safe interactions.
  • Use a strength based and trauma informed approach in working with families
  • Support parents in building additional problem-solving skills and parenting strategies.


Maintaining compliance with FNC/DHS contract

  • Execute safety plan requirements established by DHS
  • Report to DHS as needed in accordance with the safety plan
  • Attend weekly staffing’s and DHS meetings as required
  • Attend court hearings as needed, may be required to testify in court
  • Participate in weekly reflective supervision
  • Participate in trainings, workshops and seminars


Monitor for Safety threats

  • Ensure safety for all children in the household using observation, supervision and intervention
  • Perform scheduled and unscheduled home visits ranging from 1-5 days a week
  • Provide crisis intervention, including referrals to community partners, accessing services and advocating in order to meet family’s needs.


Complete Accurate records and documentation

  • Complete Monthly reporting to DHS
  • Complete documentation in accordance with state standards and maintain confidential client information.
  • Completing Child assessments and make referrals as needed
  • Ensure protections of confidentiality when information is collected, entered into systems, discussed, translated, transmitted and stored.


To apply:
Send your resume and cover letter to:,
or call (541) 779-5242. Or click the link below: