Careers at Kindering
Kindering offers a work environment that is positive, energetic and collaborative along with competitive salaries, and excellent benefits. We were named one of Washington’s Best Workplaces in 2017, the only 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization to make the list. We hire the best and brightest candidates and are committed to hiring people with a passion not only for working with families, but also for providing the best, most innovative services possible. Here you’ll find a list of the job and internship positions we are currently seeking to fill; we update this page regularly so check back often for the latest openings.
Courage is the emblem of Kindering. We admire the perseverance of children diligently learning new skills and of families adjusting bravely to the unexpected journey of raising a child with special needs. We we demonstrate courage ourselves by exhibiting bold leadership in addressing the ever-changing needs of our community.
We demonstrate our passion and concern for children with special needs and their families in all of our interactions, and vigilantly protect their physical and emotional health and safety. We hold one another in high regard and treat each other with utmost respect.
We adhere to the highest code of ethics in our interactions, financial transactions, communications, and daily work.
We reach for excellence in all undertakings and subscribe to the highest service standards. Responsiveness, reliability, dedication, and professionalism are our guideposts.
We recognize and celebrate the unique strengths and differences that enrich the fabric of our community.
We relish being life-long learners and use good judgment, knowledge, experience, and evidence-based practices form the foundation of our decisions.
We demonstrate responsibility in our stewardship of resources and partner with families, the community, volunteers, and allied agencies to support our mission.
Our solutions are resourceful and creative. We eagerly explore innovative and improved methods to help children and families and support our vision.
We measure and evaluate program achievements and administrative outcomes and prioritize celebrating each child’s successes and new life skills.