If you…

…believe every child needs and deserves a safe, nurturing, lifelong family…   …would like to be part of the challenging, but rewarding, task of providing hope for the future…   …are looking for an organization that values partnership, leadership, and family…   …then we encourage you to join us in making a difference in the lives of thousands of children and families.

Open Full-time Positions

Our full time positions offer a total employment package including FREE HEALTHCARE, competitive pay, retirement savings plans, comprehensive benefits, and generous time off.

Family Specialist, YOLO - Resource Family Approval Apply Now
Woodland

 We're looking for a FAMILY SPECIALIST to work in Yolo County.  A successful FAMILY SPECIALIST will work with many families concurrently, have flexible a schedule and collaborate closely with internal and external team members.

Social Worker (Kinship Support Services Program) Apply Now
Santa Cruz

MSW PSA Social Worker to work in our Kinship Support Services Program in Santa Cruz. In this role you will assist families and children by providing education and support. A successful SOCIAL WORKER in this role is someone who manages a diverse case load of families within a geographical area near their home office, providing vital support services, and/or a combination of other program support activities such as in-home stabilization and training.

MSW RFA Social Worker (NAPA 0331) Apply Now
Napa

The SOCIAL WORKER in this role is someone who manages a case load of up to 15 children within a geographical area near their home office, providing vital support services, and/or a combination of other program support activities such as written assessments and training.

MSW Social Worker (Resource Family Approval KIN)
Citrus Heights, Woodland

SOCIAL WORKER, GREATER SACRAMENTO AREA (0372) 

You: Helping give children stability and safety. You: Providing support to families that need your help.You: Facilitating permanent and stable homes for children.You: Helping with crisis situations.You: The conductor orchestrating the many moving parts to make this happen.You: Are the lifeline.We: Are looking for YOU. We are currently seeking a SOCIAL WORKER to be based out of Greater Sacramento. SOCIAL WORKER - How You Will Help In this role as a SOCIAL WORKER, you will assist families and children by providing education and support including: Help stabilize children who are placed in kin/non-kin placements through child welfare, Educate families so they understand and can navigate through the juvenile court process, Conduct family evaluations for prospective resource families, Identify when resources are needed and assist with coordinating and obtaining resources, Attend and instruct planned trainings for families, Assist families who have received emergency placement as they complete the resource family approval (RFA) process, Collaborate with county social workers and provide in-home visits, safety and risk assessments and progress reports. Respond to and support families during crisis situations, Support families and children during the reunification process and/or other planned permanency arrangements as they are determined, Provide pre and/or post-adoption or guardianship support services, A successful SOCIAL WORKER in this role is someone who manages a case load of up to 15 children within a geographical area near their home office, providing vital support services, and/or a combination of other program support activities such as written assessments and training. SOCIAL WORKER - You Must Have MSW (Master of Social Work) degree (preferred), or MA/MS in Psychology, Child Development, Marriage, Child and Family Counseling Strong time management skills including the ability to multitask, organize and prioritize, An alignment with the mission of our Organization that children belong in loving, stable and lifelong families,  Strong interpersonal skills to engage and establish rapport and trust with families, including multi-generational families in diverse communities. Excellent written communication skills.  SOCIAL WORKER - You Might Have (Desired, Not Required) Prior experience in a child welfare role (kinship or foster care experience an added bonus!) Prior experience working through the juvenile court process, Bilingual (Spanish). You must meet all health screening, drug testing and background investigation clearances, as well as possess a valid driver’s license, insurance and have an acceptable DMV record and reliable transportation. In order to accommodate the schedules of some families, this position may require occasional evening/weekend work. Flex time is provided in order to accommodate the occasional shift in schedule. We offer 100% paid healthcare insurance, competitive pay, retirement savings plans and paid time off. In addition, we offer schedule flexibility to work with your life goals and the families you will support. LEARN ABOUT LILLIPUT FAMILIES Lilliput Families is Northern California’s premier domestic Child Adoption, Kinship and Placement Organization, serving families from approximately 30 counties. Last year alone, we successfully found lifelong homes for more than 500 children.  Since we opened our doors in 1980, we have helped over 9,000 children in foster care find their life long families. Headquarters: 8391 Auburn Blvd Citrus Heights, CA 95610. Lilliput has achieved accreditation through the Council on Accreditation (COA). This means our programs, services, administration, and management have been rigorously evaluated and meet best practice standards. Visit us on the web -https://www.lilliput.org/ . To inquire, apply or for more information contact Careers@lilliput.org 

MSW Social Worker (Resource Family Approval KIN)
Santa Rosa

SOCIAL WORKER, SANTA ROSA(0374)

You: Helping give children stability and safety. You: Providing support to families that need your help.You: Facilitating permanent and stable homes for children.You: Helping with crisis situations.You: The conductor orchestrating the many moving parts to make this happen.You: Are the lifeline.We: Are looking for YOU. We are currently seeking a SOCIAL WORKER to be based out of our Santa Rosa Office. SOCIAL WORKER - How You Will Help In this role as a SOCIAL WORKER, you will assist families and children by providing education and support including: Help stabilize children who are placed in kin/non-kin placements through child welfare, Educate families so they understand and can navigate through the juvenile court process, Conduct family evaluations for prospective resource families, Identify when resources are needed and assist with coordinating and obtaining resources, Attend and instruct planned trainings for families, Assist families who have received emergency placement as they complete the resource family approval (RFA) process, Collaborate with county social workers and provide in-home visits, safety and risk assessments and progress reports. Respond to and support families during crisis situations, Support families and children during the reunification process and/or other planned permanency arrangements as they are determined, Provide pre and/or post-adoption or guardianship support services, A successful SOCIAL WORKER in this role is someone who manages a case load of up to 15 children within a geographical area near their home office, providing vital support services, and/or a combination of other program support activities such as written assessments and training. SOCIAL WORKER - You Must Have MSW (Master of Social Work) degree (preferred), or MA/MS in Psychology, Child Development, Marriage, Child and Family Counseling Strong time management skills including the ability to multitask, organize and prioritize, An alignment in the mission of our Organization that children belong in loving, stable and lifelong families,  Strong interpersonal skills to engage and establish rapport and trust with families, including multi-generational families in diverse communities. Excellent written communication skills.  SOCIAL WORKER - You Might Have (Desired, Not Required) Prior experience in a child welfare role (kinship or foster care experience an added bonus!) Prior experience working through the juvenile court process, Bilingual (Spanish). You must meet all health screening, drug testing and background investigation clearances, as well as possess a valid driver’s license, insurance and have an acceptable DMV record and reliable transportation. In order to accommodate the schedules of some families, this position may require occasional evening/weekend work. Flex time is provided in order to accommodate the occasional shift in schedule. We offer 100% paid healthcare insurance, competitive pay, retirement savings plans and paid time off. In addition, we offer schedule flexibility to work with your life goals and the families you will support. LEARN ABOUT LILLIPUT FAMILIES Lilliput Families is Northern California’s premier domestic Child Adoption, Kinship and Placement Organization, serving families from approximately 30 counties. Last year alone, we successfully found lifelong homes for more than 500 children.  Since we opened our doors in 1980, we have helped over 9,000 children in foster care find their life long families.

Headquarters: 8391 Auburn Blvd Citrus Heights, CA 95610. Lilliput has achieved accreditation through the Council on Accreditation (COA). This means our programs, services, administration, and management have been rigorously evaluated and meet best practice standards. Visit us on the web -https://www.lilliput.org/ To inquire, apply or for more information contact Careers@lilliput.org 

MSW Social Worker (Resource Family Approval KIN)
Martinez

 SOCIAL WORKER, MARTINEZ (0357)

You: Helping give children stability and safety. You: Providing support to families that need your help.You: Facilitating permanent and stable homes for children.You: Helping with crisis situations.You: The conductor orchestrating the many moving parts to make this happen.You: Are the lifeline.We: Are looking for YOU. We are currently seeking a SOCIAL WORKER to be based out of our Martinez Office. SOCIAL WORKER - How You Will Help In this role as a SOCIAL WORKER, you will assist families and children by providing education and support including: Help stabilize children who are placed in kin/non-kin placements through child welfare, Educate families so they understand and can navigate through the juvenile court process, Conduct family evaluations for prospective resource families, Identify when resources are needed and assist with coordinating and obtaining resources, Attend and instruct planned trainings for families, Assist families who have received emergency placement as they complete the resource family approval (RFA) process, Collaborate with county social workers and provide in-home visits, safety and risk assessments and progress reports. Respond to and support families during crisis situations, Support families and children during the reunification process and/or other planned permanency arrangements as they are determined, Provide pre and/or post-adoption or guardianship support services, A successful SOCIAL WORKER in this role is someone who manages a case load of up to 15 children within a geographical area near their home office, providing vital support services, and/or a combination of other program support activities such as written assessments and training. SOCIAL WORKER - You Must Have MSW (Master of Social Work) degree (preferred), or MA/MS in Psychology, Child Development, Marriage, Child and Family Counseling Strong time management skills including the ability to multitask, organize and prioritize, An alignment with the mission of our Organization that children belong in loving, stable and lifelong families,  Strong interpersonal skills to engage and establish rapport and trust with families, including multi-generational families in diverse communities. Excellent written communication skills.  SOCIAL WORKER - You Might Have (Desired, Not Required) Prior experience in a child welfare role (kinship or foster care experience an added bonus!) Prior experience working through the juvenile court process, Bilingual (Spanish). You must meet all health screening, drug testing and background investigation clearances, as well as possess a valid driver’s license, insurance and have an acceptable DMV record and reliable transportation. In order to accommodate the schedules of some families, this position may require occasional evening/weekend work. Flex time is provided in order to accommodate the occasional shift in schedule. We offer 100% paid healthcare insurance, competitive pay, retirement savings plans and paid time off. In addition, we offer schedule flexibility to work with your life goals and the families you will support. LEARN ABOUT LILLIPUT FAMILIES Lilliput Families is Northern California’s premier domestic Child Adoption, Kinship and Placement Organization, serving families from approximately 30 counties. Last year alone, we successfully found lifelong homes for more than 500 children.  Since we opened our doors in 1980, we have helped over 9,000 children in foster care find their life long families.

Headquarters: 8391 Auburn Blvd Citrus Heights, CA 95610. Lilliput has achieved accreditation through the Council on Accreditation (COA). This means our programs, services, administration, and management have been rigorously evaluated and meet best practice standards. Visit us on the web -https://www.lilliput.org/ To inquire, apply or for more information contact Careers@lilliput.org 

Open Part-time Positions

Our part-time positions offer a total employment package including competitive pay, retirement savings plans and generous time off. 

Social Worker (Psychosocial Assessment)
Santa Cruz

 SOCIAL WORKER, SANTA CRUZ  (Psychosocial Assessment)

You: Helping give children stability and safety.

You: Providing support to families that need your help.

You: Facilitating permanent and stable homes for children.

You: Helping with crisis situations.

You: The conductor orchestrating the many moving parts to make this happen.

You: Are the lifeline.                                                                                                               

We: Are looking for YOU.

We are currently seeking a SOCIAL WORKER to be based out of Santa Cruz .

 

SOCIAL WORKER - How You Will Help:

In this role as a SOCIAL WORKER, you will assist families and children by providing education and support including:

Conduct family evaluations for prospective resource families

Help stabilize children who are placed in kin/non-kin placements through child welfare

Educate families so they understand and can navigate through the juvenile court process

Identify when resources are needed and assist with coordinating and obtaining resources

Assist families who have received emergency placement as they complete the resource family approval (RFA) process

Collaborate with county social workers and provide in-home visits, safety and risk assessments and progress reports 

Respond to and support families during crisis situations

Support families and children during the reunification process and/or other planned permanency arrangements as they are determined

Provide pre and/or post-adoption or guardianship support services

 

A successful SOCIAL WORKER in this role is someone who provides key assessments of families within a geographical area near their home office, providing vital support services, and/or a combination of other program support activities such as written assessments and training. 

SOCIAL WORKER - You Must Have

MSW (Master of Social Work) degree (preferred), or MA/MS in Psychology, Child Development, Marriage, Child and Family Counseling

Strong time management skills including the ability to multitask, organize and prioritize

An alignment with the mission of our Organization that children belong in loving, stable and lifelong families

Strong interpersonal skills to engage and establish rapport and trust with families, including multi-generational families in diverse communities

Excellent written communication skills

Bilingual (Spanish)

SOCIAL WORKER - You Might Have (Desired, Not Required)

Prior experience in a child welfare role (kinship or foster care experience an added bonus!)

Prior experience working through the juvenile court process

You must meet all health screening, drug testing and background investigation clearances, as well as possess a valid driver’s license, insurance and have an acceptable DMV record and reliable transportation.

In order to accommodate the schedules of some families, this position may require occasional evening/weekend work. Flex time is provided in order to accommodate the occasional shift in schedule.

We offer 100% paid healthcare insurance, competitive pay, retirement savings plans and paid time off. In addition, we offer schedule flexibility to work with your life goals and the families you will support.

LEARN ABOUT LILLIPUT FAMILIES

Lilliput Families is Northern California’s premier domestic Child Adoption, Kinship and Placement Organization, serving families from approximately 30 counties. Last year alone, we successfully found lifelong homes for more than 500 children. 

Since we opened our doors in 1980, we have helped over 9,000 children in foster care find their life long families.

Headquarters:

8391 Auburn Blvd
Citrus Heights, CA 95610

Lilliput has achieved accreditation through the Council on Accreditation (COA). This means our programs, services, administration, and management have been rigorously evaluated and meet best practice standards.

Visit us on the web https://www.lilliput.org

Qualified individuals should submit an updated resume and letter of interest to Careers@lilliput.org

Parent Partner - 0361 – Part-Time (10 hours per week)
Santa Rosa

Under the supervision of a Program Supervisor, the Parent Partner will assist with community outreach and recruitment of kinship families. In addition, the Parent Partner will; promote, assist and advocate in the connection of kinship families to available resources for permanency for families and children, including legal resources, mental health education, respite care and counseling. Collaborate with the Case Manager, Social Worker, or other staff in the evaluation of families, the provision of services, and their progress. Facilitate the development of, and participate in, local advisory boards, support groups and other relevant community meetings. Coach/model appropriate communication, anger management, problem solving, stress management and/or parenting issues with caregivers. The successful candidate will effectively apply casework knowledge and skills, as well as excellent interpersonal skills, to engage and establish rapport with multi- and inter-generational families. Additional requirements: Experience as a kinship caregiver. Ability to work with limited supervision. Must be able to demonstrate knowledge and navigation of community resources. Must have ability to establish rapport with intergenerational and intercultural families, and to work effectively within the agency and the social services community at large. Ability to work a flexible schedule, including occasional evenings and weekends.

To inquire, apply or for more information contact Careers@lilliput.org 

 

Non-Discrimination Policy Statement

Lilliput Families values diversity. Lilliput does not discriminate in any way, either in employment or in the provision of any of its services, against any individual or group, because of age, gender, race, religion, color, political affiliation, national origin, disability, marital status, actual or perceived sexual orientation, or ancestry.

Lilliput Families is committed to upholding the rights and dignity of all applicants, clients, and employees and treats each in a fair, respectful manner according to the highest professional ethical standards.
These rights include:

• equal, fair treatment including equitable, access to services;
• communication understandable to the involved persons;
• clear, explicit information regarding all fees or charges prior to services;
• informed choice and personal consent regarding services and treatment options; and, • the protection of confidential information in accordance with legal requirements.

 

Lilliput is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.