Employment & Volunteer

Cape Cod Children’s
Place is Hiring!

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Cape Cod Children’s Place (CCCP) is searching for driven individuals who have a passion for working with families, engaging with our community, and educating our youngest students in a responsive and caring early learning setting. Available positions listed below.

Positions available and Requirements


Preschool and Infant/Toddler Teachers

CCCP currently has positions available within Early Education Departments for Preschool and Infant/Toddler Teachers, as well as Assistant Teachers in both preschool and infant/toddler classrooms.

Candidates will need to adhere to all Massachusetts Mandatory Safety in the Workplace Guidelines and the Minimum Health & Safety Requirements set forth by the Department of Early Education & Care (EEC).

Teaching certification from EEC is required for teaching positions, and preferred but not required for assistants.

Join us part or full-time in support of families in recovery

Cape Cod Children’s Place is excited to strengthen and support local families. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s FIRST (Families In Recovery SupporT) Steps Together is a home visiting program in the Bureau of Family Health and Nutrition’s Division of Pregnancy, Infancy, and Early Childhood. Funding for this project is provided through SAMHSA’s State Opioid Response grant to Massachusetts, administered through the Bureau of Substance Addictions Services. 

Cape Cod Children’s Place has been selected to provide program services to families on Cape Cod and the Islands. These services will include specialized home visiting and community-based recovery and parenting support for families affected by substance use. These individual, dyadic group recovery and parenting supports will primarily be provided by peer recovery staff in our community. 

We’re searching for a Part-Time Administrative Assistant for our FIRST Steps Together Program. The candidate should have strong computer skills, time management skills, be organized, comfortable working in the peer recovery service delivery model, as well as have an understanding or willingness to train in the Enterprise Storage Management System (ESM). Weekly hours can be completed remotely at this time but may not be able to be done 100% of the time.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
Christina Russell, Director of FIRST Steps Together Program
for further information or call CCCP for details 508.240.3310

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Early Childhood


“After this program I feel like I’m better able to respond to raising kids and have a positive effect on a child” 

Raising Healthy families Participant