CHILD, Inc. is a nonprofit social services agency, offering a wide array of human services. We have been serving the Delaware community since 1963. If you are interested in making a difference in people’s lives and want to work with a team of dedicated professionals, we want to hear from you!

Current Vacancies


Domestic Violence Residential Counselor – Evening /Overnight  PT

Residential Counselor- Domestic Violence Services- (evening and overnight shifts available) Responsibilities include but are not limited to admission, monitoring of shelter clients, record keeping, answering hotline calls, assisting with household maintenance, and assisting Program Director as requested.

B.A. or equivalent education and experience preferred, demonstrated problem-solving ability, and the ability to interact with a diverse client population with a variety of needs. Successful applicant will have the ability to bring positive energy, initiative, and cooperation to participate on a staff team. Must be willing and able to work flexible hours, sometimes on short notice and to carry out a variety of physical and household tasks. Must possess a valid driver’s license, with a vehicle in good condition and the level of insurance required by CHILD, Inc. policy. Bilingual skills in Spanish helpful.

Must be willing and able to work flexible hours, including weekends and overnights, sometimes on short notice, and to carry out a variety of physical and household tasks.


Child Youth Service Worker-(weekend)

Temporary shelter for youth seeking Child Youth Service Worker for part time WEEKEND employee to provide direct supervision, support and direction to youth in a compassionate and respectful manner.

This includes providing an unwavering commitment to the safety and support of the youth, being aware of all ongoing developments and concerns in the shelter, and contributing in a positive way to a team of professionals.

Degree in the Behavioral Sciences preferred but will consider an equivalent combination of education and experience. Must be able to interact with a diverse and challenging client population, sometimes under stress. Must also be willing and able to perform household tasks. Applicant must have a valid driver’s license, a satisfactory driving record, a vehicle in good working condition and the level of automobile insurance required by the agency.

This is a great opportunity to make a difference and gain experience in the social services field.

Please include weekend availability in your cover letter.


English & Bilingual Family Visitation Counselor (Wilm/New/Middletown) Part-Time

CHILD, Inc. Family Visitation Center is seeking several qualified applicants for the positions of Part- Time Bilingual Visitation Monitors. These positions provide supervision and support to families who have experienced domestic violence and who need assistance in re-establishing or maintaining a safe, healthy, non-violent relationship between their children and the non-custodial parent.  Responsibilities include: observation and documentation of center visits, crisis intervention, and addressing need areas as indicated by Coordinator and/or Shift Supervisor. Good written and oral communication skills required. A B.A. degree is preferred, as well as bilingual (Spanish/English), relevant college coursework and/or experience will be considered. Knowledge of state and community resources preferred.  Part- time position; must be able to work nights, weekends and holidays, with some flexibility for change to meet the needs of the agency.  Please specify which location you are interested in on your cover letter:  Location #1 – Wilmington/Newark OR Location #2 – Middletown.


If you are interested in applying for an internship, please submit your resume along with a cover telling us when you need to do an internship, what your available hours are, and what you are hoping to accomplish.

To apply please submit your cover letter and resume to


Fax: (302) 762-8983

Mail: Gina Dominick, CHILD, Inc., 507 Philadelphia Pike, Wilmington, DE 19809

CHILD, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer