Open Positions

For more than 120 years, Florence Crittenton Programs of SC has provided hope, safety, and opportunity to young women by offering the education, skills, and resources they need to have a healthy start to life. 

We operate a licensed residential group home that provides housing and comprehensive services to girls and young women, ages 10-20. Our home provides a safe, stable, and nurturing environment for pregnant and parenting teens, as well as other girls who cannot live with their families due to abuse, neglect, substance use, victimization, and emotional issues. We also offer housing assistance and ongoing support services to help young families experiencing homelessness in Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester counties achieve self-sufficiency. 

We are seeking passionate, skilled individuals committed to empowering young women and girls to join our team. If you are interested in an open position, please email your resume to 

COVID-19 considerations:

Florence Crittenton Programs of South Carolina requires all staff to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment unless a medical or religious exemption is approved. This agency does enforce a mask mandate for all employees.

Case Manager

Overall Responsibility:  It is the overall responsibility of the Case Manager to perform case management, utilization review, quality assurance, and discharge planning. Responsibilities specific to Case Management include assessment, identification of specific needs, and social service intervention while in the acute setting.

Job Type: Full Time

Position Requirements: 

A bachelor’s degree in social work, LBSW preferred. Must have demonstrated experience working with and empowering diverse populations as they work toward self-sufficiency. Preference is given to work with homeless families and youth who have experienced trauma. Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills (public speaking a plus); an ability to build solid relationships with teammates and community partners; exercise excellent judgment and accept responsibility; a genuine interest in and liking for adolescents; respect for individual and cultural differences; and being self-motivated, solution-focused, and committed to developing a strong community of women. Must maintain a valid driver’s license, a safe driving record, and an insured, reliable personal vehicle. Must pass an extensive annual background. Must be available 2 days business days a week to meet with clients after 4 pm. *Candidate must be 25 years of age or older due to licensing requirements.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Advocate for residents
  • Partner with residents to develop a plan to achieve their goals
  • Act as a liaison and work with family members, teachers, medical professionals, and social workers, along with the program supervisors and anyone else related to the case, to plan and structure a program that is tailored to fit the resident needs and goals
  • Ensure the provision and effective sequencing of necessary services for residents to achieve their goals
  • Facilitate weekly individual sessions with an awareness of treatment choices based on differential diagnosis
  • Maintain written and electronic case files with all relevant resident information such as identification documents, service plan, and progress promptly and with a high level of accuracy
  • Facilitate group education sessions as assigned
  • Complete a minimum of 16 continuing education hours per year
  • Other duties as assigned

Education & Experience: 

  • Bachelor’s (Required)
  • Social Work: 1 year (Preferred)


Overall Responsibility:  It is the overall responsibility of the Mentor to foster and maintain a climate conducive to harmonious, cohesive, and congenial group living. The Mentor is considered an integral role model, a good listener, and a person able to be firm and consistent in relating to each client individually. The Mentor is responsible for the safety of the clients and the smooth operation of the program 24hours/7 days a week.

Position Requirements: 

High school diploma or GED, a valid SC driver’s license, and the ability to drive a 15-passenger van. Also important are maturity, a genuine interest in and liking for adolescents, respect for individual and cultural differences, tolerance for frustration, and good communication skills. Some residential treatment and/or health care experience is preferred. Recognized ability to relate to and empathize with a diverse population of children and/or at-risk teens is essential. Must pass an extensive annual background.

Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Supervision of residents: This is an awake shift to maintain adequate supervision of residents. Ensures location of each client during the shift and documents using client log. Ensures residents sleep in appropriate rooms. 
  • Medical and Health Care: assessment of physical complaints of clients and appropriate action. Dispensation of medication and documentation of the same, under supervision of the Medical Services Coordinator. 


Our home operates 24/7/365. Applicants must be able to work during one or more of the following shifts:

  • 1st Shift: 8 AM – 4 PM
  • 2nd Shift: 4 PM – 12 AM
  • 3rd Shift: 12 AM – 8 AM

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