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St. Ann's Center for Children, Youth & Families

How to Apply

Review our list of current employment opportunities (see below).

Please download and complete our Employment Application and send it with your resume & cover letter to Please use the subject line "Resume Attached". No telephone calls please as you will be contacted if considered for an interview.

Applications and resumes may also be mailed to:

Human Resources Department
St. Ann's Center for Children, Youth and Families
4901 Eastern Avenue
Hyattsville, MD 20782
Fax 301-853-6985


St. Ann's offers the following benefits: Group Health Plan, Group Life Insurance, Group Long-Term Disability, Voluntary Short-Term Disability, Voluntary Dental Plan, Supplemental Life Insurance, Paid Holidays, Paid Sick Leave, Paid Annual Leave, Personal Day(s), Tuition Reimbursement, Free Parking.

Current Openings

(As of October 2019)

Grants Manager - Development

We are looking for a dedicated Grant Writer to write proposals for our organization. The successful candidate will be part of a passionate team committed to furthering the St. Ann’s Center mission. Preferred applicants are deadline-driven team players with the ability to multitask. The Grant Writer will be responsible for researching, writing and coordinating the grant application process; managing the proposals; and preparing and submitting all required reports.

Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in English or Journalism, or equivalent experience. Minimum of three (3) years of experience in research and grant writing. Proficient in all areas of Microsoft Office, especially Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

You must submit three writing samples with your cover letter and resume/application.


Assistant Resident Manager - Residential Services ( Full-time)

Are you a caring individual who is able to support and encourage residents in their compliance with the Teen Mother Program as outlined in the Program Handbook? Our Asst. Resident Manager supports residents with their medical and emotional needs. Incumbent assists in coordination of a team effort for the provision of quality care to our residents. On the evening shift, maintains supervisory responsibility for staff, residents and residential programs as assigned. 

Requirements: Associate or Bachelors degree at the minimum and the ability to obtain & maintain MD Residential Child Youth Care Practitioner certification. Must have at least three years of experience working with individuals in a residential setting.


Resident Life Coaches - Residential Services (Full-time/Nights & On Call)

St. Ann's seeks caring individuals to support the educational and treatment related initiatives of our female residents through interventions in the areas of daily living skills, parenting, self-sufficiency, behavioral/mental health and relationships. Primarily serves as a teacher, coach, mentor and role model for the residents and their children. Also, provides behavioral health intervention services to all residents; documents all treatment services in a timely and qualitative manner. Ensures the safety and security of all residents and their children.

Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent and ability to obtain & maintain MD Residential Child Youth Care Practitioner certification. College course work is highly desirable with at least two years of experience working with individuals in a residential setting.


Bilingual Mentor - GRACE House Program (Unpaid Volunteer Position)

We are looking for an adult female volunteer Mentor to be a supportive influence to a Spanish-speaking mother living at St. Ann’s in our teen mother program. Role is to open and maintain communication via weekly telephone calls or text messages with the assigned mother.

Requirements: One monthly face to face meeting and annual attendance of at least six of the twelve monthly dinner meetings is required.

For more information, please contact Colette Saucier, Volunteer Services Coordinator at (301) 559-5500 or by email

Child Care Teachers with Child Development Associate certification - Day Care (Full-time)                         

When you join us as a Child Care Teacher at St. Ann’s, you will be part of a team that is passionate about young children. You will experience the smiles and squeals of excitement from children as they make new friends, play with their favorite toys, or read their favorite book. You will have the opportunity to inspire and foster early childhood development ensuring that each child is reaching their milestones. You will experience engaging collaborations with co-workers to provide safety, development, nutrition, hygiene, socialization, and emotional well being of each child. 

Requirements: High School Diploma or equivalent with current CDA certification in Infants/Toddlers, ADA trainings and 9 hour communication course. One year of experience in a licensed child care facility. Must be at least 19 years of age.





St. Ann’s is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Thank you for your interest.

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