We're hiring!

We're hiring!




Use your networking skills and contacts to help a state-wide child abuse prevention agency move its mission forward. This position is newly created and thus, you will be a trailblazer in helping us grow and support our state-wide partner network. You will be working as part of a team on some projects, but solely responsible for others, including providing regional trainings, building network capacity, and maintaining communication! If you like community development and connecting the dots to address challenges – then this may be the job for you!  


About Us:

Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky is a 33-year non-profit agency based in Lexington, KY. This is a great time to be joining us, as we forge new ground after the Pandemic. We are known for the blue-and-silver pinwheels during Child Abuse Prevention Month, and our annual KIDS ARE WORTH IT! Conference. We also train more than 3,500 people a year on how to prevent child abuse and neglect. We have 250 partners, and we also have17 providers who serve more than 10,000 parents/caregivers through our parent education/self-help/support groups. We are a small, but mighty non-profit, with eight staff and a volunteer Board of Directors at 21 members.


Here's What You’ll Be Working On:

The person who joins our team will be able to:

  • Serve as the primary contact for partners to ensure services meet their needs and are delivered in a professional and timely manner.
  • Increase recruitment of new partners.
  • Maintain relationships with existing partners and maintain partner database.
  • Direct efforts to enhance network capacity.
  • Work with appropriate staff to execute assigned duties in conjunction with the KIDS ARE WORTH IT! Conference.
  • Receive 1-800-CHILDREN training and provide coverage in conjunction with other staff.
  • Work in conjunction with staff, Board, agencies, and community partners to ensure successful and timely completion of Child Abuse Prevention Month activities.
  • Provide trainings to community partners, interested citizens and agencies as requested.
  • Oversee the administration and delivery of regional training events.
  • Assist with advocacy and legislative priorities as requested.
  • Assist with solicitation of door prizes and donated items as requested.
  • This is just a sampling of the fun projects you’ll be working on!

This is a full-time salaried position with health and dental insurance, a 401(k) plan and generous holiday,

vacation and sick leave.


What Makes You Qualified:

  • You have a vast array of community contacts, and you know how to communicate with them and keep them engaged.
  • Speaking to a group of five or an audience of 500 does not make you nervous.
  • You can write a short newsletter or an Executive Summary, craft an agenda, or author a ten-page report with accuracy.
  • All those computer programs like Outlook, Excel and Word? – you know how to use them.
  • You are an independent worker, and can problem solve – meaning you are able to think critically through unique problems with no set playbook and quickly implement a path to a solution, and you can toggle effortlessly between big picture strategy and in-the-weeds tactical solutions.
  • Our partners help us prevent child abuse & neglect. There are a lot of moving parts, and interactions with public/private entities and all types of agencies. These “systems” all operate differently – if you know how to navigate between and among these systems, then this job may be a good fit.
  • You have an educational degree and are willing to put your intelligence to work to help build our partner network.
  • You have traveled the state, know its diverse people and geography, and know what works in Paducah does not necessarily work in Pikeville.
  • Knowing a creative self-starter means you will have to connect the dots and not necessarily wait for direction before proceeding on a project. 
  • Can you juggle? – not plates, but projects!
  • We cannot always meet with our partners during normal business hours, so, with notice, you will need to be comfortable with traveling after hours. 
  • You will need to be able to life at least 25 pounds, have reliable transportation, a valid KY driver's license and pass a criminal and child abuse/neglect background check.


What else are we looking for?

We want to make sure whoever joins our team believes in our work. If you had a cup of coffee with our employees, you would see we are:

►Curious - We strive to learn every day through constant questioning and exploration.

►Empathetic - We are good, genuine people who embrace others' perspectives.

►Challengers - We approach every day knowing we can do better and are never complacent.

Understanding – We all have obligations outside of work.  We don’t want you to miss a family

    event because you are working. We’ve got ya covered!  


Why Should You Apply?

  • Opportunity to work independently, but also part of a small team. 
  • Use your networking skills and contacts to help us advance our mission of preventing the abuse and neglect of Kentucky's children through advocacy, awareness, education, and training. 



If you are interested in joining our team, submit a summary of your experience, and how you think you will be an asset to PCAK, in whatever format you deem appropriate. You can submit a standard resume, and cover letter; a video (with embedded link), or other vehicle whereby you showcase your expertise and commitment to the prevention of child maltreatment. Your information should be submitted via one of these methods:


Via The KY Nonprofit Network: Click here.

Via Email:  jseyfred@pcaky.org

Via US Mail:

Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky

Attn:  Jill Seyfred

801 Corporate Drive – Suite 120

Lexington, KY  40503


No Phone Calls Please

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.


Funded in part or in whole with state or federal funds through a contract (#PON2 736 1900001808) with the KY Cabinet for Health and Family Services.