Current Openings

Manager, Family Support Services

This position is responsible for the day-to-day implementation and administrative oversight of in-home services, adhering to the evidence-based models of the Healthy Families and Parents as Teachers programs. Supervises and implements strategies as identified in the agency’s strategic plan. In cooperation with executive and program management, develops and implements an annual work plan as a benchmark for meeting initiatives and objectives. Ensures that new initiatives are implemented and oversees program operations processes, including the use of human, fiscal, and technical resources.

Support Group Coordinator

This position is accountable for the day-to-day implementation of parent support, family engagement, and children’s programming across Maryland. This position also serves as the Lead Coordinator and Technical Assistance provider for Maryland’s Chapter of the Circle of Parents® National. This work is defined by the parameters of Circle of Parents® National support group standards as well as the agency’s strategic plan. The work requires staff supervision and the development and maintenance of program sites and affiliations statewide.   

Program Supervisor, Parents As Teachers

This position is responsible for ensuring the provision of quality home visiting services to families in accordance with the Parents as Teachers (PAT) model. The role involves maintaining program fidelity through strengths-based professional supervision of direct service staff, facilitating home visits, and coordinating group events for participating families as needed.

Intake and Referral Specialist

This role serves as the central hub for all internal referrals to core service programs and coordinates external referrals to agency programs and services from individuals and service organizations. Responsibilities include conducting intake and scheduling through various communication channels, including telephone, web-based platforms, and in-person visits. Additionally, the position provides educational resources, referrals, and support to parents and caregivers facing stress across Maryland. The incumbent also maintains real-time data tracking using an internal database and offers administrative support to departmental staff.

The Family Tree is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Family Tree is dedicated to the protection and nurturance of children and families and, as such, judgement of individuals on the basis of personal characteristics is inconsistent with our mission. The Family Tree is committeed to the laws and intent of Equal Employment Opportunity in hiring and promotion. We recruit, hire, train, pay, promote, discipline and terminate our employees without regard to age, disability, economic status, ethnicity, gender, marital status, national origin, race, color, religion, creed, sexual preferece, gender identity or expression, veteran status, genetic information or any other impermissible factor, in accordance with applicable laws. In providing services to our clients and working with volunteers, The Family Tree treats all ppeople fairly and without regard to age, disability, economic status, ethnicity, gender, marital status, national origin, race, color, religion, creed, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status or genetic information.


The Family Tree offers competitive salaries, as well as excellent benefits such as:

Health Insurance

  • All full-time employees or part-time employees who work 24 or more hours a week and their dependents are eligible to participate in the health insurance benefits.
  • Employees are eligible for enrollment on the first day of the month following their hire date.
  • CareFirst Blue Choice HMO HRA
  • CareFirst Preferred Dental 4
  • CareFirst Vision Option 3

Life Insurance

  • Employees working at least 20 hours per week, automatically receive, at no cost, basic life and AD insurance in an amount equal to $25,000


  • 14 Paid Holidays per year for full time and eligible part-time employees


  • During the first two years of employment, employees earn 10 days per year for full-time employees, 5 days for part-time.
  • Two years to four years of employment, 15 days per year for full-time employees and 7.5 per year for part-time.
  • Four years to fourteen years, 20 days per year for full-time employees and 10 for part-time.
  • Fifteen years and each year thereafter, 25 days per year for full-time employees.


Sick Leave

  • 10 day per year for full-time Employees
  • 5.71 days per year for part-time employees

Personal Leave

  • Up to 4 days (28 hours) given to allow for employees to attend to important personal business during working hours for full-time employees and 2 personal days for part-time employees.

Bereavement Leave

  • 5 days with pay per occurrence for a death of immediate family of a full-time employee.
  • 2.5 days with pay per occurrence for a death of immediate family of a part-time employees

Jury Duty

  • All full-time regular employees who are required to report for jury duty will receive their regular rate of pay for ten (10) working days.

Retirement BenefitsThe Family Tree offers all employees the option of deferring a portion of their salary, pre-tax, to plan for their retirement. Employees are eligible to participate after their introductory period (first 90 days). This is not an employer contributory plan.For more information, please contact:


Human Resources Manager

Phone: 410-889-2300 ext. 1197
Fax: 410-637-8385

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