NRCA Job Opportunities

"NRCA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer."


We're looking for people with a passion for making a difference in families with socioeconomic challenges, with ability to understand and appreciate families’ cultural, economic, and social background.

  •                  -  Social work and related fields                

                     -  Child Development

                     -  Nursing


Send your resume, application and cover letter to:

New River Community Action, Attn: Human Resource Manager
1093 East Main Street, Radford, VA 24141
Fax: (540) 633-2585 or send by e-mail:



  • Employment is contingent on successful completion of criminal, child abuse/neglect search, and driving record checks anddrug test and employment physical. 
  • A criminal conviction will not necessarily be a bar to employment with New River Community Action.  The nature of the conviction, the date of the conviction, and the relationship of the conviction to the job sought, as well as other objective legitimate factors, will all be considered.

  • For positions which may require driving, applicants must possess a valid driver's license and a good driving record.

  • All hires must undergo pre-employment drug test.  All employees are subject to random drug testing throughout employment. 

  • Bilingual (Spanish/English) desired but not required.  Additional compensation for proven Bilingual skills.

  • Listed starting wage depends upon qualifications (educational & related experience).


    Click on link to download/view:

  • NRCA Benefits List

  • NRCA Employment Application in PDF version

  • NRCA Employment Application in Word file

Accepting applications for the following position vacancies:


Separate application/resume required for each position and indicate which position for which applying.  Click on the position title to view the position job description.



Children’s Health Improvement Partnership
Montgomery County

Home visiting services to pregnant women and children ages 0-6, to improve health and promote wellness and self-sufficiency in low income families.  Assists entire family by building on their strengths and addressing such issues as parenting skills, housing, nutrition, education, employment and kindergarten readiness. 

Ability to build relationships with families and passion for making a difference in families with socioeconomic challenges, works in a variety of home settings, understands and appreciates families’ cultural, economic, and social background. Knowledge of child development and case management preferred.  

Associate (Bachelor’s preferred) with exp. providing services to low-income families required.  Experience working in home visiting highly desirable.  Training includes Parents as Teachers certification. 

Full-time 40 hours/week.  Starting wage range: $12.99-15.51/hr. (depending upon qualifications), plus full benefits. 

Applications accepted until position filled.