A job making a difference for our future generations.


Working at Home of the Innocents is more than just a job. It’s an opportunity to make a life-changing difference in the lives of hundreds of children each day. You can be part of the team that mends fractured lives and heals the physical and emotional traumas that plague too many of our community’s children.

We always need skilled professionals in the areas of pediatric nursing, social services, and administration. Opportunities exist for all educational levels including master’s, bachelor’s, and associate degree, and high school education or its equivalent.

Independent contractors for Behavioral Health Services and Targeted Case Management, click here to download application.


Speech Language Pathologist — The primary role of a Speech Therapist is to administer pediatric therapy services in the Outpatient Rehab Therapy Center in accordance with all current applicable federal, state, and local standards, guidelines and regulations, and as may be directed by the Director of Outpatient Rehab Therapy Service and/or the VP of Open Arms Children’s Health, to assure that the highest degree of quality care is maintained at all times. Schedule is 8:30 am-5:00 pm Monday – Friday. Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources preferred. PHR/SPHR certification preferred. Must have minimum three years Human Resources experience, preferably in recruiting.

Residential Care House Supervisor (Residential Treatment and Emergency Services) — This position is full time, 40 hours a week. Two house supervisors are assigned to each unit and cover different schedules. High school diploma and 5 years of childcare experience or Bachelor’s degree and 2 years of childcare experience. Experience in a residential facility is preferred. Ability to learn Safety Crisis Management and complete physical management is required. This position serves one unit in our residential program. Each unit has up to 13 children with various forms of trauma. Units consist of a Program Manager, House Supervisors and Resident Counselors. 

LPN (Kosair Charities Pediatric Convalescent Center) — Full-time; 7:00 am – 7:00 pm; set scheduled including 1.5 weekends per month; 36 hours per week. Must possess a current, unencumbered, active license to practice as an LPN in the state of Kentucky. Six months to a year of long-term care experience required. Computer experience required. Pediatric experience preferred. The primary purpose of your job position is to provide direct nursing care to the residents and to supervise the day-to-day nursing activities performed by nursing assistants. Such supervision must be in accordance with current federal, state, and local standards, guidelines, and regulations that govern our facility, and as may be required by the Director of Nursing Services or Nurse Supervisor to ensure that the highest degree of quality care is maintained at all times.

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“I have never been more challenged to be better or given the freedom to grow anywhere else. Someone once told me that it’s not the challenges we face that define us but how we manage them. Everyone at the Home is faced with incredible new challenges every day. I am inspired at work constantly. I don’t like my job—I love my job. This is my family and my home as much as anyone that lives here.”

Benjamin Snyder

Director, Kay and Jim Morrissey Advanced Therapy Center

“I love coming to work each day because I get to create forever families.”

Kelly Pullen

Vice President, Residential Services

“This job is so much more than a job for me. It’s rewarding, it’s fulfilling, and it’s a privilege to work here. The Home is where my heart is!”

Jacinda Banet

Occupational Therapy Assistant

“I get to work with the strongest, most resilient children every single day!”

Lisa Powell

PhD, Director of Integrated Care

“Like any other job, there are good days and bad ones. But when it is all said and done, when you get to see a kid who has had to deal with adult problems finally being a carefree kid for the first time in their life, nothing can take away the joy that brings.”

Theresa Davidson

Residential Treatment Coordinator

*** Home of the Innocents offers equal opportunity employment without regard to race, creed, color, national origin or ancestry, age, sex, physical impairment(s), sexual orientation, pregnancy, gender, gender identity, religious persuasions, marital status, or family status. In addition, military or veterans shall be fully considered. The Home offers a family friendly atmosphere with outstanding benefits including company paid health, life, and long-term disability insurance, a retirement plan and 25-30 paid days off per year.