Join Our Team
The team members at Vera Lloyd embrace the challenges of caring for vulnerable and fragile youth who have been removed from their homes due to abuse or neglect or are returning home after spending time in the juvenile justice system. As the only Presbyterian children’s home in the Presbytery of Arkansas and the Presbytery of the Pines, we are committed to sharing Christ’s healing love with children, youth and families in crisis. We invite you to consider becoming a member of our team on campus in Monticello or the administration office in Little Rock and begin changing the lives of youth in need.
Vera Lloyd Presbyterian Family Services Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and provider.
Clinical Director: Full-Time, Monticello Campus; The Clinical Director will provide mental health and general administration of the Laurence E. Schmidt Family Resource Center. Find the full job description here.
House Mom/Dad/Direct Care Staff: Monitcello Campus; Duties include meeting the emotional, physical, spiritual and social needs of foster or juvenile adjudicate residential clients; $12-$15 per hour, depending on experience and qualifications; excellent benefits package; Bachelor’s degree and 2 years of experience preferred; Background checks and drug screening required. Find the full job description here.
Marketing & Special Events Coordinator: Full-Time, Little Rock Office; The Marketing & Special Events Coordinator is responsible for communications, marketing and special events. Find the full job description here.
Transition Services VISTA: Full-Time, Monticello Campus; The Transition Services VISTA will work through AmeriCorp to assist Vera Lloyd staff with the Transition Services Program. Find the full job description here.
If you have trouble opening any of these job descriptions, please email email@example.com with your name and desired job.
Get in touch
Your support is essential to changing the lives of youth & families.
Because of you, our team improves the lives of children, youth and families from all over Arkansas.