A Career at VTR is MEANINGFUL, CHALLENGING, FULFILLING and REWARDING. Every day we are helping children, youth, young adults, and families build a foundation for life through our Foster Family Agency, Adoption Agency, Residential Therapeutic Program at the Ranch, and our Transitional Living Home.
Minimum Requirements for employment with VTR:
- Minimum 21 years of age or older
- Must meet one of the following requirements:
- Bachelor of Arts or Sciences Degree
- Valid Child Development Teaching Permit
- Completed 12 semester units of Early Childhood Education, Adolescent Development, or Foster and Kinship Care Education, and have at least 100 hours of experience working with youth
- Valid certificate as an Alcohol Counselor, Drug Counselor, and have at least 100 hours of experience working with youth
- Valid Vocational Training certificate, credential or documentation demonstrating that the individual is a trade journey person who instructs children in vocational skills and have at least 100 hours of experience working with youth; or
- Previously employed as a staff or volunteer at a group home or short-term residential therapeutic center for at least one year
- Relevant experience as determined by the department to meet any of the above
- Pass a thorough background check
- No child abuse record or allegation
- Have and maintain a CA driver license and a safe DMV driving record
- Reliable transportation
- Have and maintain current evidence of insurance
Other requirements, education and qualifications may apply according to the position. Please contact Human Resources if you need additional information.
Apply for a Position or Internship with VTR
If you are interested in a job position or internship, please fill in the form below. You will include a cover letter with your resume, and upload to the VTR HR Director.
Equal Opportunity Employer
“VTR does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor.”