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Join the 4C Team!

Looking for rewarding work in a mission-driven organization that is making a difference in our community? Consider a position at 4C for Children.

4C for Children gives the youngest kids in our community the best start in life by supporting everyone who cares for them. For more about 4C's outcomes.

For more about our mission, vision and values.

4C is the winner of the Overall ONE Award (ONE stands for Organizations of Noteworthy Excellence), the Better Business Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics, and was named one of Enquirer Media's 2014 Top Workplaces. Professional development opportunities for all staff as well as continuous improvement in all programs are key commitments of 4C.


Specialist, Quality Programs

This is a full-time position, based in our Dayton Office. The ideal candidate brings passion for supporting those who provide oversight for childcare centers. This individual must be able to communicate effectively with diverse audiences both verbally and in writing. The specialist will function as an administrative/leadership coach: leading networking groups and delivering on-site coaching to support administrators in improving the quality of care provided. Some evenings and Saturday availability required.

Requirements: Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education or related field. Experience working as an administrator in a Step Up To Quality rated program is required.

For more information, contact Kwanah Bronaugh.

To apply, email resumé and cover letter to jobs@4cforchildren.org.

Posted 4/10/2018


Team Leader, Family & Community Services

4C for Children has a full-time opening in our Cincinnati office for a team leader. This position oversees the day-to-day management of 4C’s family and community services and the staff who deliver the services.

The team leader hires and develops a skilled team of specialists, oversees a budget, monitors progress through evaluation, and partners to ensure the consistent quality delivery of 4C programs. Working closely with other team leaders and agency directors, the team leader inspires front line staff to improve the quality of programming and services provided to families in Greater Cincinnati.

The team leader is a seasoned professional who has a broad-based understanding of the landscape in which 4C operates. Collaboration, positivity and problem solving are key characteristics of a successful candidate for the team leader position.

The position requires a Bachelor’s degree in early childhood education, human development and family studies, or human ecology. Other requirements include two years in a leadership and supervisory role. In addition, the ideal candidate has experience in providing services to a diverse population of families and managing effective community partnerships. This individual must be collaborative and self-directed, can set priorities and meet deadlines, has effective communication skills and provides excellent customer service.

For more information, contact Mary Alice Callahan.

To apply, email resumé and cover letter to jobs@4cforchildren.org.

Posted 3/29/2018


Specialist, Quality Programs

This is a full-time position, based in our Cincinnati Office. The ideal candidate brings passion for supporting those who provide care for children in their homes. This individual must be able to communicate effectively with diverse audiences both verbally and in writing. The specialist will function as a family child care coach: leading networking groups, providing training and delivering on-site coaching to support family child care providers in improving the quality of care provided. Some evenings and Saturday availability required.

Requirements: Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education, human development and family studies, human ecology or related field; five years experience working in early childhood education; family child care experience and knowledge of Step Up To Quality is preferred.

For more information, contact Terri Burch at 513-758-1326.

To apply, email resumé and cover letter to jobs@4cforchildren.org.

Posted 3/21/18


Workshop Assistants (Cincinnati)

4C for Children is looking for high-energy individuals who enjoy working with people to provide assistance with workshops for early childhood professionals. This part-time position is based at our Cincinnati office.

Requirements: minimum of a high school diploma; excellent customer service skills; ability to multitask and make quick decisions within a framework of guidelines; excellent record-keeping and organizational skills; available to work nights and weekends.

For more information, contact Angie Lance at 513-758-1316.

To apply, email resumé and cover letter to jobs@4cforchildren.org.

This is an ongoing posting.


 Respite Care Provider

Caring, energetic individuals sought to provide respite care in and around Dayton for families who have children with special needs. Position is part-time; provider works as a contractor. Candidates must be self-motivated.

Requires a minimum of a high school diploma with two years experience working with children. Experience with children with special needs preferred.

Fill out our online application here.

This is an ongoing posting

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 To apply for a 4C position:

  • Email a cover letter and resume to jobs@4cforchildren.org.
  • Put the title of the position as the subject of your email.

4C is an Equal Opportunity Employer.