Employment

Working at BFL is a rewarding experience. Join our team, from social workers to administration or maintenance

Employment at BFL

To apply, click the link below on the job position you are interested as listed under each Program.

BFL Apartments

Childcare Worker
Full Time with benefits

Social Worker – MSW
Full Time with benefits

Social Worker – MSW – Bilingual English -Spanish

Full Time with benefits

Senior Social Worker – Bilingual English -Spanish 

Full Time with benefits

Freedom House

Social Worker, LMSW/Bilingual

Full Time with benefit package

Resident Aide
Full Time, Part Time & Per Diem

Maintenance Worker
Per Diem

Secret Garden

Deaf Services Initiative Case Manager

Full Time with benefit package

Deaf Services Initiative Social Worker
Full Time with benefit package

Case Manager

Full Time with benefit package

Transitional Housing

Security*
*Per Diem (on call) for all three shifts – weekdays and weekends and all holidays

Shift Supervisor*
*Per Diem (on call) for all three shifts – weekdays and weekends and all holidays

BFL offers an excellent benefits package including: vacation, sick and personal days, comprehensive health insurance, commuter benefits, retirement 401k plan, flexible spending plan, and many more benefits.

 

 

BFL provides equal employment opportunity to all applicants, with employment based solely upon personal capabilities and qualifications without discrimination because of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, pregnancy, or citizenship status, marital status, creed, genetic disposition or carrier status or any other protected characteristic as established by law.

Staff Spotlight

Liam Chan Hodges, a government major at Franklin and Marshall college, took on the role of summer intern in BFL’s Communication Department this year. Before heading back to campus he shared with us some highlights.

BFL: What was one particular highlight of your internship?
Liam: Successfully creating an eye-catching and decently well visited Instagram page (check it out at instagram ) that authentically portrayed the incredible work that BFL does.

BFL: What is something that inspired you during the internship?
Liam: For me the most inspiring thing was seeing and sharing pictures of the children, whose lives BFL has changed. Though I worked remotely and never got the chance to meet these incredible children, I could tell through their smiling pictures that this organization was changing their lives for the better.

BFL: What is one thing you will take into the school year with you, that you didn’t expect?
Liam: A far greater knowledge of both the impact of nonprofits and the amount of work that goes into running such organizations.
BFL: What did you learn most about yourself?
Liam: I learned that I have the skills and ability to take on a future job in the realm of non-profits and that perhaps entering such a realm, would be an action that I would find extremely satisfying.
BFL: What’s up for you this coming year?

Liam: I will be studying government, working to build my own publication, and working to promote diversity on campus.

In addition to writing profile stories for the Barrier Free Living New Visions blog this summer, Liam’s has appeared in Study Breaks and elsewhere. He will graduate in 2019.