Job Openings

Join the Family Outreach Team by Applying to One of Our Open Positions Below!

We’re hiring!

Thanks for your interest in working with Family Outreach.

Here are some of the current job openings:

Family Support Coordinator – Bozeman, MT

The Bozeman office is looking for a Family Support Coordinator to work in a home-based intervention program for families with infants, toddlers, or children with developmental disabilities. Major responsibilities include completing intake procedures, conducting assessments, developing general community public awareness activities, and coordinating services with families.

Some travel is required. College degree required and experience with developmental disabilities preferred. Full-time position is pay grade 7, starting at $29,833/yr – $14.34/hr (D.O.E.), benefit package includes: health insurance, generous leave package, flexible work schedule and 104 K retirement plan.

To apply, download our application at, and submit it, along with your resume, to  If you have question, call Fran @ (406) 587-2477.

Position is open until filled 

Download Application Here


Administrative Assistant – Helena, MT

The Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing administrative support for the program office and staff.

Duties include operating the multi-line phone system and greeting visitors at the front desk to refer them to the appropriate staff or resources. Completing work requests, maintaining supplies, distributing mail, maintaining files, tracking and coordinating maintenance of company vehicles and equipment, and other duties as assigned. The position requires knowledge of office administration principles and practices; business English, grammar, and spelling; personal computers and typical business software applications including word processing, spreadsheets, databases, Internet/email, electronic calendar, and presentation/graphic design applications; the ability to work well with people under demanding conditions and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of individuals. The individual should be able to work independently and with initiative; identify when to ask for help, and be willing to ask for help when appropriate.

The required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities are typically acquired through a combination of education and experience equivalent to a high school diploma or G.E.D., and one year of office experience including computer, phone system, filing, and clerical support experience.

This is a full-time position with a starting salary of $10.91/hr; $22,695 annually.

To apply, download the application below and submit it, along with your resume, to
For questions contact: Teri at 406-443-7370

Download Application Here
Administrative Assistant Job Description

Individual Living Specialist – Butte, MT

The Individual Living Specialist (ILS) works in the Adult Services Program which promotes and supports the life-style choices of adults with developmental disabilities as they live interdependently in the community. The ILS is responsible for completing intake into the Adult Services program and generating referrals when warranted; developing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating Personal Support Plans (PSPs); coordinating staffing and maintaining documentation of Adult Services; coordinating program administration duties; and maintaining confidential consumer files. The position reports to the Support Services Supervisor, and supervises Direct Service Providers (DSPs).

The required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities are typically acquired through a combination of education and experience equivalent to a bachelor’s degree and three (3) years related experience which may include service coordination experience.

Individual with three (3) years of field related experience and a bachelor’s degree in sociology, psychology or social work will be given preference over those with degrees in other fields.

Applicants Position overview:

Without a degree that has five (5) or more years of field experience may be considered for the position.

This position requires a valid MT driver’s license or the ability to obtain a license within one month of hire, have access to a reliable vehicle, an acceptable driving record (ie: no convictions for DUI or reckless driving.

Candidates must also successfully complete a background check and criminal history review.

Family Outreach may conduct annual reviews of employee’s driving records and criminal background checks.

Job Type: Full-time

Position is pay grade 6, starting$27,354/yr    $13.15/hr for Non-Degree
Position is pay grade 7, starting at $29,536/yr – $14.20/hr for relevant Degree

If interested, please download and complete the application below and submit it, along with your resume to:

Contact Marcy Harvey –
Contact information: Marcy; 406-494-1242

Download Application Here
Individual Living Specialist Job Description

Registered Behavioral Technicians – Butte/Deer Lodge, MT.

Family Outreach is looking for a Registered Behavioral Technicians (RBT) responsible for working in a home-based intervention program with children with autism and/or adult with challenging behaviors. This includes using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) scientific principles of learning and motivation in order to increase more positive behaviors and social interactions and decrease inappropriate behaviors. The position performs and coordinates responsibilities associated with measurement, assessment, skill acquisition, behavior reduction, documentation, and reporting.

The position requires a Registered Behavior Technician Certification by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. The position reports to Family Support Specialist with Autism Endorsements (FSS-AE), and supports other Children Autism Trainers (CATs) and Direct Service Providers (DSPs).

Starting pay is $13.28 per hour. To apply, download the application below and send it to For questions, call Marcy Harvey at 406-494-1242. 

Download Application Here
RBT Job Description

Family Support Specialist – Helena, MT

Family Outreach is hiring a Family Support Specialist in Helena to work in a home based intervention program for families with infants, toddlers, or children with developmental disabilities. This position engages families through consistent client contact; provides support and resources to enhance children’s learning, and encourages development through everyday learning opportunities. Major responsibilities include providing early intervention services through coaching families, conducting developmental assessments, coordinating services, offering support and resources, referring to other community services as appropriate, monitoring child and family outcomes, and developing, implementing, and evaluating individual family support plans with goals, objectives, and activities to meet the individual families’ needs. Travel and basic computer skills required. College degree required and experience with developmental disabilities preferred.

Full Time Position with starting wage of $14.34/hr (D.O.E.), with a Generous Benefit package includes: employee paid health and vision insurance, above average sick/leave package, flexible work schedule, 401K retirement plan, and non-profit status to help with student loans.

To apply, download the application and supplemental questions below and send them, along with your resume, to

Contact information:
Teri Lilletvedt: 406-443-7370

Open until filled.

Download Application Here
Download FSS Supplemental Questions
FSS Job Description

Direct Service Providers – All Locations

Family Outreach, Inc. is a private non-profit agency whose mission is to “Empower individuals with disabilities and their families through supports for integration into the community”.  Our vision is to “Provide innovative quality service to support people in achieving their potential for a full life”.

Direct Service Providers (DSPs) provide Services to those individuals with a developmental disability that Family Outreach assists.  The work is generally done independently in the consumer’s home, school/office settings or in community settings as arranged by the DSP, Office Based Staff (OBS) and the Consumer/Family.  Care will be provided on a mutually agreed upon schedule.  General supervision is provided by the OBS and all necessary training will be provided as needed/necessary.

The DSP will follow instructions/teaching points outlined in the Individual Support Plan, the Individualized Family Support Plan, or the Personal Support Plan as designed by the Consumer/Family, OBS and State Case Manager.  DSPs will also follow the principles of skill instruction and conduct themselves in accordance with Family Outreach Policies and Procedures.  Additionally, DSPs will record data as directed by the OBS and as outlined in the Plan, meet with OBS on a regular basis and complete other duties as assigned and included in the Plan.  The PRIMARY mission of the DSP is to provide a safe, healthy environment for the consumer according to their needs.

The DSP will also communicate with the Family and the OBS including recording information regarding health, welfare or activities completed during the session.  Fulfill their obligations as a Mandatory Reporter under State Law for abuse, neglect or exploitation and complete Incident Reports as required.

The basic qualifications are:

  • Minimum age of 18 with High School equivalency  (17 if enrolled and attending College classes).
  • The ability to identify and respond to emergency situations.
  • Ability to follow program protocols, collect data and prepare concise reports.
  • Acceptable criminal record with current Driver’s License, Insurance and Registration.

Starting pay is $ 10.83 per hour (Depending on Experience).

For Inquiries or to apply, download the application below and send it to

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DSP Job Description