Pacific Northwest

Please browse our below employment opportunities and submit an application by selecting “Apply Online“. You will have the opportunity to attach a resume once the application has been submitted. If you are interested in an internship with Olive Crest, please select the “Intern Application” option.

Corporate and Development

No openings.

Fostering Together

No openings.

Foster and Adoptions

Licensing Coordinator (Bellevue)

FT/40 hrs. Oversees foster home licensing in assigned geographic area. Responsible for licensing and re-licensing process, recruiting and retaining foster homes, and providing quality customer service. Ensures compliance with Division of Licensed Resources requirements, and investigates licensing complaints. Qualified candidates must have a BA in Social Services or a related field and knowledge of/previous experience with foster care licensing. Must be able to drive to homes within the assigned geographic area and be able to work evenings and weekends as needed. (posted 6/5/20)

Visitation Monitor Supervisor (Bellevue)

FT/40 hrs. Provide leadership and supervision for the Visitation Monitor team. Coordinate, schedule, and supervise Visitation Monitor Lead and Visitation Monitors. Give oversight to the visitation and case aid scheduling, mileage, and billing while ensuring child safety. Qualified candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services with 1 year of experience supervising staff who work with children and families; OR an AA degree in Human Services with 2 years of experience supervising staff who work with children and families; OR a high school diploma or GED with 4 years of experience supervising staff who work with children and families. (posted 5/8/20)

Visitation Monitor (Bellevue)

FT/32-40 hrs. Provide support services to foster families, transport clients to visits, and monitor visitations while maintaining the safety of the child at all times. Communicate with assigned case managers verbally and provide written visitation reports in a timely manner. Participate in program trainings and team meetings. Qualified candidates must have a high school diploma or GED with 12 months documented experience working with children and families; OR an AA degree in Human Services or a related field with 6 months documented experience; OR a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or a related field. Knowledge of child safety and basic child development/milestones, effective problem solving. Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication also required. Must have flexible work hours, including some evenings and weekends. (posted 7/10/20)

Safe Families for Children

No openings.