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

Financial Empowerment Center Coordinator/Coach

Help low to moderate income families boost earnings, reduce expenses and make appropriate financial decisions that lead to asset building through an integrated service model approach. READ MORE. 

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Provide clinical care as part of an outpatient mental health clinic. Primary responsibilities include the evaluation and treatment of children, adolescents, and adults with a broad spectrum of mental health challenges.READ MORE. 

Parents as Teachers Peer Recovery Specialist

The Peer Recovery Specialist is responsible for helping parents understand their role in encouraging their child's development from the beginning. READ MORE. 

Family Recovery Support Specialist

The Family Recovery Support Specialist provides support to pregnant, postpartum and parenting women who are experiencing Opiate Use Disorder. READ MORE. 

Family Service Coordinator

Build partnerships with families to assist them in identifying their goals, strengths, needed services and support systems and in developing strategies and timetables for achieving their goals. READ MORE. 

Medical Assistant

Act as the primary administrative staff contact for the behavioral health clinic and act as medical assistant to psychiatry providers. READ MORE. 

Payroll/Accounts Payable Specialist

Transaction processing for biweekly payroll, reconciliation of general ledger accounts related to payroll, and entry of accounts payable invoices. 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. 

Substitute Teacher

Assist the Lead Teacher/Teacher in the day to day activities. 

Group Leader

To support the classroom teachers, thereby enhancing the Child Care and Head Start program for the children enrolled. READ MORE. 

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