Career & Employment Services

Jewish Family Service offers assessment, counseling, job search training assistance, and selective placement services to help the unemployed, underemployed and persons with special needs (physical and emotionally disabled, single heads of households, New Americans, and the elderly).

Career Guidance

Our career-management specialists provide individualized assistance to identify career options/alternatives in employment transition. The focus is on placement, improving job-search effectiveness, achieving career goals and re-employment.

Job Search Resource Center

This Center provides job seekers: Job leads, networking contacts and job-search information, use of phone, computers, fax, copier, and Internet directory.

To employers, we provide (at no cost): candidate profiles for pre-screening, candidates resume book, and job requisition posting service.

Hours: Monday–Friday: 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Services for Special Needs Clients

Services are tailored for disabled/special-needs individuals and we provide direct assistance in job-search training, job placement, and on-the-job training. Our primary referral source is the Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services.

Psychiatric Consultation

Jewish Family service provides psychiatric consultation to help with challenging client issues.

Services for Veterans and their Families

Open to anyone in need, Career & Employment Services at Jewish Family Service provide career counseling services for veterans, wounded warriors and their spouses and family members. Our specially-trained professionals offer long-term support and career guidance to help our community’s veterans, wounded warriors and their families identify strengths to transition into a successful career. Click here for more details.

For more information about any of our Career and Employment Services, please contact Director of Career and Employment Services Allison Harding at or 972.437.9950.

To submit a job opening for posting on our website visit our job leads page.