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

    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.