Careers at the Carousel Center – Join our Team!

The Carousel Center’s Mission & Vision
Vision: Build resiliency in children to strengthen the community.

Mission is to support healing, promote justice, and foster resilience in children victimized by physical or sexual abuse and to improve our community through education, prevention and advocacy.

Compensation, Benefits & Work-Life Balance

To attract, reward, motivate and retain good people, the Carousel Center offers a flexible work environment, a generous vacation and sick time off policy, competitive salaries, and an competitive benefits package to include a simple IRA retirement plan with employer match.

Protecting the Kids

All Carousel Center staff, volunteers and interns must be able to successfully complete a Pre-Position Drug Screen, Criminal Background Check, Sexual Offender Registry Check, sign a Confidentiality Commitment, and sign a Conflict of Interest Statement.

Our Locations and Service Areas

We proudly serve Brunswick, New Hanover, and Pender Counties in North Carolina and have two offices to provide care closer to home.

1501 Dock St, Wilmington, NC 28401-4936

20 Medical Campus Dr. SW #106 Supply, NC 28462



 Position Title: Child Therapist – LATINX

Reports to: Forensic/Clinical Supervisor

FLSA Status:  Full-Time/Exempt

Supervises:  N/A

Work Schedule:  Monday-Friday from 8a-6:30p (some evening or weekend hours may apply-Available for a flexible schedule within regular parameters of agency business conducted)

Location/Remote Work: On-site in office and in the community; flexibility with work from home/remote work based on organization needs

Travel:   Required locally, statewide and nationally to meet organizational needs.

Job Summary:

The Carousel Center, Inc.’s (TCC’s) Child Therapist-LATINX ensures child advocacy center outcomes, provides child trauma therapy, collaborates with MDT’s, and maintains appropriate records for child survivors of physical/sexual abuse. Child Therapist-LATINX is focused on Hispanic/Latino children and families.

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • Master’s Degree or higher in social work or counseling.
  • Cultural and linguistical competence in Spanish Language.
  • Three years’ experience in public or non-profit victim-centered, child protective services, and/or criminal justice system.
  • Equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Intermediate experience with Microsoft Office 365.
  • Successful completion of a pre-employment criminal record, sex offender registry and drug screen.
  • Reliable transportation.
  • Valid operator’s license with proof of vehicle insurance.
  • Ability to perform essential job results, physical tasks and mental tasks.

Preferred Education and Experience:  

  • Licensed as an LPC, LCSW, LMFT in North Carolina.
  • Knowledge, training and experience in individual/group therapy, specifically for children.
  • Knowledge, training and experience in child development, crime victims, trauma and crisis intervention.
  • Training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT), Child and Family Traumatic Stress Intervention (CFTSI), Child and Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), play therapy, Problem Sexual Behavior Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (PSBCBT), or equivalent.
  • Knowledge and experience developing/implementing/working with multi-systemic community partnerships.

 Executes day-to-day Child Trauma Therapy Services by

  • Executing agency bi-lingual clinical services and maintain client statistical database for clinical services provided to the Hispanic/Latino population.
  • Having working knowledge of the Vision, Mission and Core Values.
  • Maintaining respective SOPs to adhere to NCA Accreditation standards for a Child Advocacy Center.
  • Timely submission of clinical client and service statistics.
  • Ensuring confidentiality of sensitive information.
  • Adhering to agency Clinical standard operation plans to ensure meeting community needs.
  • Timely execution of clinical documentation per grant source, United States, North Carolina, and TCC standards.
  • Facilitating clinical direct services.
  • Engaging in opportunities to gain expertise in child therapy and evidence-based trauma treatment modalities, and operation of required technology.
  • Collaborating, informing and supporting Forensic/Clinical supervisor.


Position start date:  10/1/20 or earliest availability.  Position opened until filled.


No phone inquiries, please.
Submit cover letter and resume to:

Attn: Forensic/Clinical Supervisor


Fax:  910.254.9818