Are you ready to make a difference? Thom Child and Family Services provides critical support and services to over 14,000 infants, toddlers and families each year. Our staff share a commitment to improving the lives of children and families every day. This passion connects our employees to one another, to the children and families with whom we work, and to the larger early childhood community.
Joining a Thom Early Intervention Program means joining the largest program of its kind in Massachusetts. Our early intervention teams provide services to eligible children, birth to age three years old and their families. You will have leadership opportunities, ongoing supervision and paid continuing education and training – all contributing to our supportive environment for both experienced and beginning clinicians.
With over 1,000 employees across the state, we are able to offer competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits, and opportunities for ongoing professional development.
At Thom Child and Family Services, Early Interventionists work as a team. Our strong clinical teams provide ample opportunity for staff to expand their knowledge within their discipline, learn from others, and participate in formal and informal learning communities.
We Hire: Speech-Language Pathologists, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Social Workers, Psychologists, Educators, Nurses
“Real success is finding your lifework in the work that you love”
– David McCullough
Thom Child and Family Services offers:
- Flexible schedules: FT, PT, Per Diem and family hours
- Staff orientation and advanced training
- Generous vacation, holiday and personal time
- Section 125 flexible benefits plan
- Long and short term disability insurance
- Bonus Plan
- Continuing education leave and paid conference fees
- Clinical supervision, mentoring and team support
- Health and dental insurance
- Retirement savings plan (403b) with employer contributions
- Life insurance
- RN, OT, PT, SLP (CF welcome) must have current state licensure
- Social Workers must have MSW
- Psychologists must have a master’s degree in counseling or clinical psychology or LMHC
- Early Childhood Educators must have a bachelor’s degree in early childhood or equivalent coursework
- Ability to work independently and as a team member
- Ability to write reports
- Strong organizational skills to balance productivity needs and required paperwork
- Respectful of individual family needs and cultures
- Commitment to working collaboratively with children and families within the context of their home, child care, or other community setting
- Bilingual/Bicultural a plus