Employment Opportunities

The Yolo Crisis Nursery was founded in 2001 and has served over 8,750 children in Yolo County. We couldn’t do it without our amazing staff! Full-time employees enjoy competitive compensation, health benefits, paid time off, a retirement plan, and ongoing professional development.

Are you mission-driven and looking for a career that makes a positive impact in the community? Join our team of child development professionals dedicated to preventing child abuse and preserving families!

The Yolo Crisis Nursery is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in regard to race, age, cultural or religious background, disability, gender, gender identity/expression, or sexual orientation. All qualified candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Click on the job title to view the job description and application requirements. Please submit your resume to Rosalinda Gray at rgray@yolocrisisnursery.org.

Current Open Positions

Assistant Director

Finance Manager

HR Specialist

On-Call Infant / Preschool Teacher

Yolo Crisis Nursery’s Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

At Yolo Crisis Nursery, we strive to ensure that all children are free from child abuse and neglect and in a thriving, safe, and nurturing environment. We recognize that child abuse and neglect occur when families are in challenging life circumstances, and we acknowledge that these circumstances impact more profoundly communities of color and those with limited resources. We are committed to improving our services, programs, and resources to ensure greater equity for all we serve, but especially communities of color and communities without resources. 

We will intentionally recruit board members that share our commitment to DEAI and that represent the communities we serve. We will include DEAI principles as part of our recruiting, hiring, and onboarding, while annually reviewing and updating our program and service materials. We will engage in intentional conversations with our partners and communities on topics of DEAI while we continue to nurture healthy and resilient children, strengthen parents, and preserve families.