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Employment Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in applying for a position with Tennyson Center for Children. To apply, please submit your resume with a cover letter.  If you are contacted to come in for an interview, please download an application by clicking here, print and fill it out and bring it with you to your interview with Human Resources. All resumes will be kept on file for six months.

Building Services Professional

Assists supervisor with overall facility maintenance and repairs including; hvac, construction, plumbing, electrical, carpentry, mechanical repairs, building construction and remodeling. Grounds maintenance includes mowing, raking, trash pick-up, snow removal and sweeping sidewalks. Ensures building security. Responsible for the pickup and delivery of agency materials including donated items, food items, supplies and equipment.  Will carry a cell phone and respond to after hour emergencies as assigned. High school diploma or GED with a minimum of three years experience in a lead position in a maintenance department required. Established skills in hvac, carpentry, plumbing and electrical required. Basic computer skills and ability to work independently.  Climbing, kneeling, balancing and ability to lift 70 lbs required. All candidates must have a valid Colorado driver’s license and ability to pass a physical examination and background checks with the CBI, FBI and child abuse registry. To apply send resume to:

Supervising Clinician-Residential

Responsible for supporting and building therapeutic milieu, group and individual programs for children in residential cottages in partnership with treatment team members. Provides the supervision of the direct care staff.  Provides a minimum of five hours of direct client contact each week (billing when applicable) which may include carrying cases, providing weekly group and individual therapy to assist residents who are struggling behaviorally or are in crisis, and individual, group and family therapy when assigned clinician is out of the office.  Collaborates with the treatment team to coordinate discharge planning to maintain stabilization.  Licensed Master’s level clinician (LCSW/LPC/LMFT) or fully licensed eligible within six months required. Must be registered on DORA.  Must have three years’ experience with special needs, preferable EBD children, including supervisory and training skills.  Knowledge of family systems theory and solution focused therapy needed.  Requires strong organization and management skills, ability to handle crisis and make independent decisions. All applicants must have a valid Colorado driver’s license. To apply send resume to:

Licensed Clinicians-Community Based Services

Join our growing Community Based Team with a $4,000 signing bonus! Seeking licensed (LPC/LCSW/LMFT) clinicians to provide in-home family therapy, individual therapy and clinical case management working collaboratively with internal and external resources in the home, school and community. Participates in the assessment with families, referral sources and admissions department. Schedule includes some evenings and a weekend day. Flexible schedule will be considered. Family therapy skills required, inpatient and outpatient experience preferred. All candidates must be registered on DORA. Provides clinical services that are solution focused and strengths based.  All applicants must have a valid Colorado driver’s license.  Car, phone and laptop provided. Competitive salary and benefits and a strong team environment.   To apply send resume to:



Science Teacher -  Middle/HS

Responsible for the development and implementation of identified Science curriculum to meet the needs of the assigned middle/high school students. Authors IEP’s, participates in educational meetings and works collaboratively on the treatment team. Works the school year plus six weeks of the extended summer program. Candidates will have strong classroom management skills and ability to teach creatively to students with emotional disabilities. Must have a valid Colorado teaching certificate with a Special Education Generalist endorsement as well as highly qualified status for teaching secondary Science. Previous related teaching experience highly preferred. Join the Tennyson Team to change lives and give hope. To apply send resume to:

Youth Treatment Counselors

Full-time positions that works throughout the residential campus as assigned to gain and share experience and skills with all milieus, developmental age groups (5-18) and teams. Responsible for implementing treatment and educational plans for children with multiple emotional/behavioral concerns in a structured environment.  Participates in the daily supervision and care of children in the cottage. Responsible for planning and implementing therapeutic activities and groups, behavior management and crisis intervention, and teaching basic daily living skills. Will provide a therapeutic balance of nurturance and limit setting demonstrating an understanding of the emotional needs of the children. Must be 21. BA in a Human Service related field or equivalent experience required; related residential and/or day treatment experience preferred. All candidates must have or qualify to obtain a Colorado Driver’s License. Must pass CBI, FBI and abuse registry clearance. To apply send resume to:

If you are contacted to come in for an interview, please download an application by clicking here, then print and fill it out and bring it with you to your interview with Human Resources. NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE. Thank you.