MOC's employment opportunities blend service and compassion into meaningful careers.


We’ve considered what makes employees satisfied and have built a benefits package that supports your good health, financial security, and personal life. Our package includes medical and dental insurance, flex spending accounts, retirement, paid time off, paid parental leave, short term disability and more. 


MOC's philosophy is that our employees are our greatest asset. We seek to build lifelong employees and connect our staff to professional development that builds upon their strengths and prepares them for the next step of their career journey. Employees at all levels are strongly encouraged to seek promotions throughout the agency.  


MOC's team can be described as one of the most compassionate workforces in our field. Each employee comes to work ready to make a difference in the lives of those in need, and leaves for the day knowing they did. As an employee of MOC, you can be assured that you'll have a lasting impact on families that rely on us.

current openings


Work collaborative with various sectors of the agency to ensure programs are fully utilizing financial resources and adhering to agency policies and procedures. READ MORE. 

Director of Clinical Operations

This position plays a vital role in the assessment of staff clinical competencies, evaluating intake protocol, ensuring appropriate treatment planning and documentation, providing crisis intervention and management, expanding outreach initiatives, and developing a strong referral network. READ MORE. 

Facilities Assistant

 Conduct overall maintenance of facilities throughout the organization. READ MORE. 

Family Service Specialist

Oversees family services, engagement and enrollment in assigned area. Ensures compliance with Head Start Standards and EEC subsidy regulations. Read More. 

Education/Family Liaison

Engage in collaborative partnership building with enrolled families with children 0-3 and expectant families and provide comprehensive case management services, including advocacy, child development, health, and nutrition through weekly home visits, in accordance with Early Head Start regulations, MOC policies and procedures. READ MORE. 

Lead Teacher

Responsible for planning and implementing a developmentally appropriate program that contributes to children’s overall growth, self-esteem and social competence. 

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Fitchburg, MA 01420

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