Resource coordinators recruit, license and support foster/kinship parents for children in state custody.
What are the job specifications?
Click on this link to read more about the job, including the minimum qualifications. Duties vary from district to district, based on their specific needs.
Where are the positions located?
Resource coordinators work primarily out of 12 district offices located throughout the State.
Where can I find current job postings?
Go to the VT Department of Human Resources website and click on Job Seekers.
What are the benefits of working for the State?
Working for the state comes with many benefits, including paid leave, health and dental insurance, pension plan, life insurance, and more.
To learn more about these benefits:
- Go to the Employee's section of the Vermont Department of Human Resources website
- Go to the New Employee Orientation section of the Vermont Department of Human Resources website
The Vermont Department for Children and Families is one of the largest departments in state government. The opportunities for growth and promotion are excellent.