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