Join Our Team!

Father Bill’s & MainSpring is a growing and dynamic social service agency with particular expertise in emergency and permanent housing, job training and placement, and prevention services for individuals and families in need.

Our staff are thoughtful and caring individuals who share a passion for these ideals and foster creative approaches to helping people improve their lives. 

We offer a comprehensive onboarding process and new hire orientation,  an ongoing training program (including, but not limited to, harm reduction, safety, crisis management and more),  and pleasant, flexible work environments.

We also offer a generous benefits package that includes 12 annual paid holidays, as well as opportunities for advancement for qualified individuals who show a commitment to our Mission.

Please send a cover letter with your resume to: employment@helpfbms.org

Administration

Leadership Gift Officer
Full-time, Brockton/Quincy

 

 

 

Triage (Individual Programs)

Housing Specialist 
Full-time, Quincy

Shelter Case Manager
Full-time, Quincy

Direct Care – Shelter
Full-time, Brockton – Monday-Friday 8am-4pm
Full-time, Brockton – Monday-Friday 12am-8am
Part-time, Brockton – Saturday & Sunday 4pm-12am
Part-time, Brockton – Saturday & Sunday 12am-8am

Direct Care – Shelter
Full & Part-time, Quincy

Family Programs

Direct Care Family Shelter 
On-Call, Middleboro
Part-time, Stoughton – Sunday, 4pm-12am
Part-time Brockton – Saturday, 4pm-12am
Sunday, 12am-8am & Sunday, 4pm-12am

Housing Specialist 
Full-time, Brockton

Family Re-Housing Case Manager
Full-time, Brockton

Housing

Case Manager
Full-time, Brockton
Full-time, Braintree

Support Staff Housing
Full-time, Quincy

 

 

 

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Father Bills & MainSpring does not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, ancestry, sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran status, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by Federal, State or Local law. 

As a provider of services for the Executive Office of Health and Human Services we are mandated to obtain a CORI (Criminal Offender Record Information) report on all prospective employees.