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Join a team that makes a difference each and every day. Competitive pay, opportunities for career growth, and full or part-time positions are available.


Competitive Pay

Rewarding Work

Full and Part-Time

Training Available


As a nonprofit human-service organization, St. Joseph’s Villa offers many exciting opportunities to make a difference in our community while advancing your career.


About Our Work

We create brighter futures for children of all socioeconomic backgrounds faced with developmental disabilities, diverse learning styles, mental health issues, homelessness, and other challenges.

Our holistic approach includes:

Through an array of integrated support services, we change the lives of more than 3,000 children and families each year. St. Joseph’s Villa was built on the fundamental belief in the value of every child. We never stop believing in children and their families.


About Our Team

At the Villa, each employee’s unique contributions to the workplace are appreciated and respected. Our team-based management approach values the input of each employee during the decision-making process.

The Villa has about 300 full-time and part-time employees. But small staff sizes within our individual programs allow for added flexibility in a friendly and client-focused environment. 

Our team loves being a part of the magic at St. Joseph’s Villa, and we think you will too.


Ready to Join Us?

Are you ready to join our caring and talented team? If so, review our current job openings below. 

You may even apply for one or more while you’re online. 

Or, if you prefer, you can simply SUBMIT YOUR RESUME for future positions and general consideration.


Job Listings

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