Employment Opportunities

Open Positions

To apply to an open position please send cover letter, resume, and salary range to resume@tfsnc.org with the position title as the subject line. No phone calls please.


  • Position Summary

    The Director of Development is responsible for planning, organizing and directing all agency fundraising efforts, to include corporate donations, major gifts, annual campaign, planned giving, direct mail activities and special events. The Director works closely with the CEO and Board of Directors in all development and fundraising endeavors and provides leadership to Development staff in implementation of outreach and development activities. Additionally, the Director plays an active role in business development, marketing and public relations initiatives as part of a collaborative approach to advancing community-wide awareness of and support for the organization.

  • General Statement of Duties

    • Develop and implement strategies to create a philanthropic culture throughout the agency, providing appropriate leadership for Board, strategic committees and staff.
    • Create a fund development plan that increases and diversifies revenues to support agency’s strategic direction; implement fund development plan in accordance with ethical fundraising principles.
    • Develop and manage timeline for various fundraising activities to ensure strategic plans and crucial fundraising processes are carried out in effective and timely manner.
    • Identify and develop corporate, community and individual prospects for the organization’s fundraising priorities.
    • Cultivate current donors to increase their commitment to and investment in the organization.
    • Oversee the administration of a donor mailing list and contact database that respects and protects the privacy and confidentiality of donor information; ensure proper database management, including donor coding and data reporting.
    • Oversee grant seeking efforts, to include research, proposal writing and reporting requirements.
    • Maintain gift recognition program.
    • Monitor and evaluate all fundraising activities to ensure goals are achieved.
    • Oversee agency messaging and public relations strategies, to include social media and other media relations; manage creation of materials and publications in support of fundraising activities.
    • Make public appearances and accept speaking engagements to share information about the organization with the community.
    • Supervise, coach and direct Development staff, interns and volunteers.
    • Other duties as assigned.
  • Desired Experience, Education, Skills, and Knowledge

    • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in a relevant field.
    • Certified in Fundraising Management and/or Certified Fundraising Executive desirable.
    • 5+ years of professional development experience in a non-profit agency, to include supervision of staff.
    • Strong interpersonal, presentation and writing skills; comfort with external representation of agency.
    • Working understanding of Raiser’s Edge or comparable fundraising database.
    • Self-starter with demonstrated ability to simultaneously manage and complete multiple projects in high paced environment.
    • Proven track record of strategic fund development with success in achieving or exceeding revenue targets.


  • Position Summary

    TFS has an exceptional opportunity for a bilingual (English/Spanish) therapist to join our Individual and Family Counseling Division. Full-time and part-time scheduling options are available, and professional training and development opportunities are provided and supported.

  • General Statement of Duties

    • Maintain client caseload of ~22 direct billable hours per week, composed of psychosexual risk evaluations, individual and family counseling (including sexual abuse victims and offenders), and mental health and substance abuse assessment for clients accessing other agency services.
    • Provide diagnostic and psychotherapeutic services primarily to child/adolescent clients and families including diagnostic evaluation, treatment planning, individual and family therapy, case management, and collateral contacts as appropriate.
    • Provide court-ordered Sex Offender Specific Evaluations or sexual behavior risk assessments (for non-adjudicated youth substantiated for sexual abuse).
    • Coordinate services and client care with juvenile justice system, child welfare system, courts, school system and other providers working with the client and his/her family.
    • Maintain written documentation of all services provided in accordance with agency standards and procedures.
    • Supervise other clinical staff and interns as needed.
    • Maintain current professional licensure.
    • Perform administrative duties as assigned.
  • Desired Experience, Education, Skills, and Knowledge

    • Master’s Degree in Social Work or an allied mental health field and licensed to practice in North Carolina (LCSW, LPA, LPC, LMFT, etc.) Associate licensed candidates also considered.
    • Thorough knowledge of mental health/illness, diagnosis using current DSM, and individual and group modalities.
    • Thorough knowledge of the code of ethics of his/her professional degree, and licensing board, as well as the cultural and socioeconomic characteristics of persons served.
    • Excellent writing skills.
    • Ability to conduct assessments and therapy in English and Spanish.
    • Experience working with one or more of the following preferred:
    • families impacted by child sexual abuse
    • Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
    • evaluation and treatment of juvenile sexual offenders
    • conducting substance abuse assessments.


  • Position Summary

    Triangle Family Services seeks part-time co-facilitators for evening and weekend groups working with court-mandated batterers’ intervention and anger management programs.  Group facilitators work with participants to help them recognize, take responsibility for and end their abusive and controlling behaviors.

  • General Statement of Duties

    •  Conduct psycho-educational group sessions based on standardized curriculum.
    • Complete and submit group activity reports in a timely manner and in accordance with agency procedures.
    • Maintain accurate financial and case records for group participants; coordinate with full-time case manager(s) or program manager as necessary.
  • Desired Experience, Education, Skills, and Knowledge

    Group facilitators should be assertive, consistent and comfortable enforcing rules and managing conflict; should be empathetic yet no-nonsense.  Ideal candidates will have:

    • At least one year of experience or training in the domestic violence field
    • Experience facilitating group meetings or trainings
    • Excellent communication skills
    • Appreciation for diversity
    • Computer proficiency (word-processing and database use)

    We currently have openings for male and female facilitators as well as a need for fluency in Spanish.

Since 1937, Triangle Family Services (TFS) has served as the place to turn for innovation and solutions for families facing crisis. TFS accomplishes its mission of, “Building a Stronger Community by Strengthening the Family”, through its three core program areas including, Family Safety, Financial Stability and Mental Health. Serving more than 13,000 families annually, with a 90% success rate, and 86% of our client base living below the federal poverty level, TFS’ programs provide direct services to families and in most instances directly impact children from economically disadvantaged and/or abused homes. Families experiencing crisis seek TFS’ trained, accredited and credentialed staff that provide critical financial, mental health and abuse intervention services. As TFS’ experts delve deeper into each family’s case, it is often found that there is a need to provide them with a comprehensive suite of services, which enables our community to thrive and prosper.