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  • Life Insurance Plan            

  • Group Short & Long Term Disability

  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)      

  • Group Medical Plan

  • Dental/Vision Insurance 

  • 403(b) Retirement Plan

Do You Want to Make a Difference in Someone's Life?

The Annie Malone Children and Family Service Center is looking for quality professionals to fill various  job openings.

We offer flexible hours and an outstanding benefit package that includes:


NOTE: Background Checks are administered and required for all employment/internship eligibility.

Annie Malone Children and Family Services is currently hiring for a Chief Development Officer who will be responsible for achieving the Agency’s fundraising goals.  


He or she will have direct responsibility for raising funds through major gifts, annual giving, corporate and foundation grants, planned giving, and special events. In this role, he or she works closely with the entire leadership team at the Agency, the Board of Directors, and various Board committees, including the Development Committee, to build and implement a successful development strategy.

Qualified candidates will have the following Core Competencies: First-hand experience in directing a development department responsible for raising at least $1 million annually. Proven ability to work with major funders, corporate funders, grantmakers, Board members; Proven ability to direct successful annual fundraising campaigns; Dedication to the stewardship of donor gifts; Ability to motivate staff agency-wide to assist with development efforts; and, the ability to communicate well in speech and writing.

Education and certification: 

Bachelor’s degree required; CFRE preferred.

Experience:  Seven to ten years of successful fundraising experience, preferably at social service agencies. Successful experience with an agency with an annual budget of at least $3 million.  

Annie Malone Children & Family Services

2612 Annie Malone Drive

St. Louis, MO 63113


Annie Malone Children and Family Services provide equal employment and social service opportunities to all regardless of race, color, sex, national origin, ability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation.

To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to


We believe:

  • that every child is a person of worth and that the children of our community are our most valuable resource

  • that children and families should have the opportunity to live in an environment that enables them to develop healthy self-concepts to achieve their potential and to become productive citizens

  • that children must be given the opportunity to be reunited with their families, to be adopted or placed in good foster homes, or provided long-term care in a safe family environment

  • that children should be aware of and exposed to appropriate productive adult role models and protected from inappropriate adult relationships

  • that children need opportunities to learn to trust, independence, self-confidence, effective social skills and appropriate behavior

  • in teaching others about the needs of our children and inviting the community to contribute toward the enhancement of those needs

  • that older adults are to be valued, respected and offered opportunities to be productive in a safe environment

 We are committed:

  • To the physical, educational, social, mental, moral well-being and development of the children and their families in our care, and the community we serve


Interested in joining our STAFF?
We are always hoping to find new members to our family!
Click here to apply for a job and view a list of current opportunities. You will be redirected to our online application website.
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