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Thanks for your interest in joining our team. Here you will find information about job openings at The Mediation Center. We update this page regularly with new employment opportunties.

Current job Openings

As of May 2024, we are looking for several team members for our Family Visitation Program. We are hiring multiple part-time Visit Monitors. Visit Monitors must commit to work between 1:30pm and 8pm at least three days a week Monday through Friday. You can learn more about these positions and how to on our Indeed webpage. Or you can email your resume and cover letter to Meg Hollifield at meg@mediatewnc.org to apply.

The Family Visitation Program (FVP) provides children with a safe place to visit and form healthy relationships with their non-custodial parent, or to exchange between parents with joint custody. The Mediation Center serves families with a history of domestic violence, substance abuse, child maltreatment, mental health concerns, child abduction risk, and high-conflict separation/divorce. Through supervised visitation and safe child exchange, The Mediation Center’s FVP enhances community safety and stops the cycle of abuse and trauma. FVP serves more than 60 families each year with over 800 supervised visits and child exchanges.

Our Hiring Process

We do our best to respond to every candidate within two weeks of receiving your application. We are unable to accept phone calls, faxes, or drop-by visits from applicants.

The Mediation Center is an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity. We are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. 

The Mediation Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, nation of origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, age, genetic information, or disability in matters of employment.

Get Involved

Looking for other ways to get involved? We welcome new volunteers. We also offer internship opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students seeking course credit.