WORK WITH STARRY

STARRY nurtures children, strengthens families, and restores hope, envisioning
a Texas where every child has a healthy, forever home.

STARRY is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a 20+ year history of transformational programming for
those looking to join a rewarding journey of service. Our policy is to not to keep unsolicited resumes on file.
A criminal history affidavit is required for candidates applying to positions at STARRY.

STARRY is an equal opportunity employer.

STARRY provides a core-values-driven array of benefits, demonstrating that we care for the holistic needs of our staff and their work/life balance. Most of our benefits are available to part-time and full-time staff.

  • Unlimited PTO (part-time and full-time staff)
  • Flexible Schedules (part-time and full-time staff)
  • Bereavement Leave (part-time and full-time staff)
  • Holiday Pay (part-time and full-time staff)
  • 401k (part-time and full-time staff)
  • Mileage Reimbursement (part-time and full-time staff)
  • Family Bonding Leave for new moms and dads (part-time and full-time staff)
  • Health, Dental, Vision (full-time staff)

VIEW OPEN POSITIONS

View our current open positions below and apply HERE!

The Counselor I is responsible for providing counseling services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the Williamson County office (Georgetown, TX). Work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case; (5) At-risk youth for other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a Master’s degree in counseling or related field and an associate license (LPC-A, LMFT-A, or LMSW) pursuing fully licensed status as a counselor (LPC, LMFT, or LCSW) Spanish speaking preferred. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families. If hired, intern applicants must procure their own board-approved supervisor outside of the agency.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage. Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Full-Time, Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Counselor I is responsible for providing counseling services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the Killeen office. Work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case; (5) At-risk youth for other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a Master’s degree in counseling or related field and an associate license (LPC-A, LMFT-A, or LMSW) pursuing fully licensed status as a counselor (LPC, LMFT, or LCSW) Spanish speaking preferred. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families. If hired, intern applicants must procure their own board-approved supervisor outside of the agency.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage. Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Full-Time, Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Counselor I is responsible for providing counseling services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the McKinney office. Work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case; (5) At-risk youth for other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a Master’s degree in counseling or related field and an associate license (LPC-A, LMFT-A, or LMSW) pursuing fully licensed status as a counselor (LPC, LMFT, or LCSW) Spanish speaking preferred. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families. If hired, intern applicants must procure their own board-approved supervisor outside of the agency.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage. Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Full-Time, Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Counselor I is responsible for providing counseling services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the Temple office. Work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case; (5) At-risk youth for other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a Master’s degree in counseling or related field and an associate license (LPC-A, LMFT-A, or LMSW) pursuing fully licensed status as a counselor (LPC, LMFT, or LCSW) Spanish speaking preferred. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families. If hired, intern applicants must procure their own board-approved supervisor outside of the agency.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage. Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Part-Time 10 hours, Non-Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Counselor I is responsible for providing counseling services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the Temple office. Work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case; (5) At-risk youth for other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a Master’s degree in counseling or related field and an associate license (LPC-A, LMFT-A, or LMSW) pursuing fully licensed status as a counselor (LPC, LMFT, or LCSW) Spanish speaking preferred. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families. If hired, intern applicants must procure their own board-approved supervisor outside of the agency.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage. Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Part-Time 28 hours, Non-Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Counselor I is responsible for providing counseling services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the Waco office. Work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case; (5) At-risk youth for other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a Master’s degree in counseling or related field and an associate license (LPC-A, LMFT-A, or LMSW) pursuing fully licensed status as a counselor (LPC, LMFT, or LCSW) Spanish speaking preferred. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families. If hired, intern applicants must procure their own board-approved supervisor outside of the agency.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage. Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Part-Time 10 hours, Non-Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Counselor I is responsible for providing counseling services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the Wichita Falls office. Work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case; (5) At-risk youth for other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a Master’s degree in counseling or related field and an associate license (LPC-A, LMFT-A, or LMSW) pursuing fully licensed status as a counselor (LPC, LMFT, or LCSW) Spanish speaking preferred. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families. If hired, intern applicants must procure their own board-approved supervisor outside of the agency.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage. Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Part-Time 10 hours, Non-Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Counselor I is responsible for providing counseling services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the Wichita Falls office. Work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case; (5) At-risk youth for other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a Master’s degree in counseling or related field and an associate license (LPC-A, LMFT-A, or LMSW) pursuing fully licensed status as a counselor (LPC, LMFT, or LCSW) Spanish speaking preferred. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families. If hired, intern applicants must procure their own board-approved supervisor outside of the agency.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage. Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Part-Time 28 hours, Non-Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Counselor II is responsible for providing counseling services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the Williamson County office (Georgetown, TX). Work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case; (5) At-risk youth for other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a Master’s degree in counseling or related field and fully licensed as a counselor (LPC, LMFT, or LCSW). Spanish speaking preferred. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage. Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Full-Time, Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Counselor II is responsible for providing counseling services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the Killeen office. Work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case; (5) At-risk youth for other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a Master’s degree in counseling or related field and fully licensed as a counselor (LPC, LMFT, or LCSW). Spanish speaking preferred. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage. Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Full-Time, Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Counselor II is responsible for providing counseling services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the McKinney office. Work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case; (5) At-risk youth for other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a Master’s degree in counseling or related field and fully licensed as a counselor (LPC, LMFT, or LCSW). Spanish speaking preferred. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage. Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Full-Time, Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Counselor II is responsible for providing counseling services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the Temple office. Work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case; (5) At-risk youth for other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a Master’s degree in counseling or related field and fully licensed as a counselor (LPC, LMFT, or LCSW). Spanish speaking preferred. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage. Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Part-Time (10 Hours), Non-Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Counselor II is responsible for providing counseling services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the Temple office. Work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case; (5) At-risk youth for other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a Master’s degree in counseling or related field and fully licensed as a counselor (LPC, LMFT, or LCSW). Spanish speaking preferred. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage. Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Part-Time (28 Hours), Non-Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Counselor II is responsible for providing counseling services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the Waco office. Work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case; (5) At-risk youth for other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a Master’s degree in counseling or related field and fully licensed as a counselor (LPC, LMFT, or LCSW). Spanish speaking preferred. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage. Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Part-Time (10 Hours), Non-Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Counselor II is responsible for providing counseling services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the Wichita Falls office. Work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case; (5) At-risk youth for other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a Master’s degree in counseling or related field and fully licensed as a counselor (LPC, LMFT, or LCSW). Spanish speaking preferred. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage. Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Part-Time (10 Hours), Non-Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Counselor II is responsible for providing counseling services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the Wichita Falls office. Work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case; (5) At-risk youth for other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a Master’s degree in counseling or related field and fully licensed as a counselor (LPC, LMFT, or LCSW). Spanish speaking preferred. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage. Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Part-Time (28 Hours), Non-Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Family Support Specialist is responsible for providing family support services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the Williamson County office (Georgetown). The Family Support Specialist will work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case); (5) At-risk youth or other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a bachelor’s degree in social work or related field. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families preferred. Spanish speaking preferred.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage, Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Full-Time, Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Family Support Specialist is responsible for providing family support services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the Killeen office. The Family Support Specialist will work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case); (5) At-risk youth or other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a bachelor’s degree in social work or related field. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families preferred. Spanish speaking preferred.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage, Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Full-Time, Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Family Support Specialist is responsible for providing family support services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the Temple office. The Family Support Specialist will work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case); (5) At-risk youth or other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a bachelor’s degree in social work or related field. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families preferred. Spanish speaking preferred.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage, Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Part-Time (10 Hours), Non-Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Family Support Specialist is responsible for providing family support services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the Temple office. The Family Support Specialist will work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case); (5) At-risk youth or other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a bachelor’s degree in social work or related field. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families preferred. Spanish speaking preferred.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage, Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Part-Time (28 Hours), Non-Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Family Support Specialist is responsible for providing family support services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the Waco office. The Family Support Specialist will work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case); (5) At-risk youth or other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a bachelor’s degree in social work or related field. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families preferred. Spanish speaking preferred.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage, Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Part-Time (10 Hours), Non-Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Family Support Specialist is responsible for providing family support services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the Wichita Falls office. The Family Support Specialist will work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case); (5) At-risk youth or other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a bachelor’s degree in social work or related field. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families preferred. Spanish speaking preferred.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage, Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Part-Time (10 Hours), Non-Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Family Support Specialist is responsible for providing family support services to at-risk children and families in surrounding counties and will serve as a team member of the Wichita Falls office. The Family Support Specialist will work with families in the community meeting FAYS or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case); (5) At-risk youth or other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a bachelor’s degree in social work or related field. One year of experience in related area or working with at-risk youth and families preferred. Spanish speaking preferred.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage, Strong Organizational Skills. Approved criminal background report. Able to satisfy all applicable requirements and DFPS standard requirements.

Status: Part-Time (28 Hours), Non-Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Training and Technical Assistance Professional (TTAP) is a key member of the STEP UP Texas: Improving Juvenile Justice Outcomes with Trauma-Informed and Restorative Practices Training project which is funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. This position will support the STEP UP Texas project’s aim to address Racial and Ethnic Disparities (R/ED) in the juvenile justice system by providing training and implementation support to personnel in organizations that interface with youth at critical contact points along the juvenile justice process in Texas, specifically: public school districts; law enforcement; and the juvenile judicial system. In addition, the position will participate in leading a local, community-represented Task Force to identify and recommend policy and practice changes toward reducing R/ED.
The successful candidate will embody a strengths-based perspective that incorporates the philosophies and principles of restorative practices and/or trauma-informed practices.
The TTAP will receive training, certification, and ongoing support from the STEP UP Texas leadership team. The overall intent of the project is to benefit children and youth in the state of Texas by increasing the capacity of personnel and systems within the state toward addressing R/ED.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a bachelor’s degree and experience working in law enforcement. Master’s degree preferred. Minimum 3 years of professional experience working with school districts, law enforcement, and/or the judicial system. Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills. Demonstrated commitment to promoting and demonstrating Trauma-Informed Practices and/or Restorative Practices at the highest standard.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Ability to travel regularly as needed. Computer usage. Strong Organizational Skills. Strong organizational skills with demonstrated ability to prioritize tasks, exercise sound decision-making, and problem-solve.

Status: Full-Time, Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

The Training and Technical Assistance Professional (TTAP) is a key member of the STEP UP Texas: Improving Juvenile Justice Outcomes with Trauma-Informed and Restorative Practices Training project which is funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. This position will support the STEP UP Texas project’s aim to address Racial and Ethnic Disparities (R/ED) in the juvenile justice system by providing training and implementation support to personnel in organizations that interface with youth at critical contact points along the juvenile justice process in Texas, specifically: public school districts; law enforcement; and the juvenile judicial system. In addition, the position will participate in leading a local, community-represented Task Force to identify and recommend policy and practice changes toward reducing R/ED.
The successful candidate will embody a strengths-based perspective that incorporates the philosophies and principles of restorative practices and/or trauma-informed practices.
The TTAP will receive training, certification, and ongoing support from the STEP UP Texas leadership team. The overall intent of the project is to benefit children and youth in the state of Texas by increasing the capacity of personnel and systems within the state toward addressing R/ED.

We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a bachelor’s degree and experience working in law enforcement. Master’s degree preferred. Minimum 3 years of professional experience working with school districts, law enforcement, and/or the judicial system. Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills. Demonstrated commitment to promoting and demonstrating Trauma-Informed Practices and/or Restorative Practices at the highest standard.

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Ability to travel regularly as needed. Computer usage. Strong Organizational Skills. Strong organizational skills with demonstrated ability to prioritize tasks, exercise sound decision-making, and problem-solve.

Status: Full-Time, Exempt

Consideration: Read the full job description. If you would like to be considered for this position, apply HERE.

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AT STARRY

Each semester we have graduate-level counseling unpaid internships available in each of our 9 offices throughout Texas and in our 3 programs.  If you are currently in a master’s program in Professional Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, or Social Work and would like to have an opportunity to intern at STARRY, please fill out our intern inquiry form.  We see children, teens, and families in individual and family therapy, as well as parenting and youth skills classes.  If you are interested in learning and growing with us while getting high-quality training and supervision, please fill out the inquiry form below.

Master’s Level- Internship Inquiry Form

STARRY also offers a bachelor’s level unpaid internship and typically works with students in Social Work, Psychology, or Child Development, although we are open to other areas of interest.  Bachelor’s level interns may be responsible for calling clients for their feedback and experience in the program, assisting with group preparation and planning, creating a warm and inviting waiting room experience for clients, or many other service related tasks.  If you are interested in this bachelor level opportunity, please fill out the inquiry form below.