Thank you for your interest in working with the Kinnect team!  Open positions are listed below. Please send cover letters and resumes to with the job title in the subject line, unless otherwise specified in the specific job posting.


Executive Assistant – Reporting directly to the Executive Director, the Executive Assistant provides executive support in a one-on-one working relationship. The Executive Assistant serves as the primary point of contact for internal and external constituencies on all matters pertaining to the leadership efforts of Kinnect. Learn More >

Family Specialist – Kinnect is seeking a Family Specialist with a degree in social work, psychology, or clinical counseling with current licensure. Experience working with youth and families involved in child welfare is preferred. Experience providing support to high at-risk youth is strongly preferred. Learn more >

Program Director, OhioKAN – Reporting to the Associate Director/Chief Program Officer and will oversee the Ohio Kinship and Adoption Navigator Program. The Program Director will support the implementation and evaluation of a Kinship and Adoption Navigator Program that will be administered in partnership with the program manager from the Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services (ODJFS) in 10 regions across the state of Ohio.  The Program Director, OhioKAN will oversee ten regional directors who will be working in different regions across the state. Learn More >

Senior Director of Development – Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, the Senior Director of Development will lead the development, design and implementation of a comprehensive fundraising strategy to advance the mission of Kinnect. The Senior Director will provide oversight of the fund development program, monitor development activities, and supervise 1-3 team members. Learn More >

Youth Centered Permanency Roundtables (YCPRT) Coach – The Coach will play an essential role in the refinement and expansion of Ohio’s YCPRT program. The model focuses on engaging youth in planning for, and achieving, their own legal and relational permanency. Learn More >