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Make a Difference While Growing Your Career

Our Community Needs You!

Social workers are the quiet heroes who navigate the storms of crisis, paving pathways of hope through life’s toughest challenges. Join our team of superheroes and make a difference every day!

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Make a Difference

Make a Difference

Social Workers provide support to
people in our community. We
provide services to those in crisis
situations or when life creates
roadblocks and uncertainty.

Be a Protector

Be a Protector

Social workers protect the rights
of our most vulnerable
populations. We partner with
individuals, families, and
communities to meet the needs
of Alamance County citizens.

Inspire Action

Inspire Action

We aim to promote self-sufficiency
for individuals and families and
prevent the abuse, neglect, and
exploitation of vulnerable citizens.

Unlock Your Potential Today!

Professional Fulfillment
– Each day you will have the opportunity to positively impact the lives of vulnerable children and adults.
Advancement Opportunities
– We promote from within! Most of our managers, supervisors, and directors started out as Social Workers.
Innovator of Change
– You’ll be able to unleash your creativity, compassion and expertise to empower others to overcome obstacles, achieve their dreams and thrive.
– You’ll be an advocate for both children and adult rights, work to ensure their protection from abuse, neglect and exploitation.
Join the Movement
– As a part of a collaborative community, you network with various professionals, including law enforcement, educators, healthcare providers and community organizations
Thrive and Evolve
– Social Work is a transformative profession. You’ll Achieve personal growth and continue your learning through training opportunities to expand knowledge and skills

Outstanding Perks

Paid Time Off
Great Insurance Plan
401 K
Wellness Hours

Possible Student Loan Forgiveness Opportunities
Flexible Schedule
Ability to Work from Home*

*up to 2 days a week

Frequently Asked Questions

What do Social Workers Do?

Social workers provide vital support to individuals and
communities facing challenges. They assess needs, offer
counseling, advocate for rights, manage cases, intervene
in crises, engage in outreach, and contribute to policy
development, all with the aim of promoting social justice
and enhancing well-being!

What level of education do I need?

Social work positions require a minimum of a Bachelors
Degree. It can be in social work or another related field.

Be Part of the Change!

Jamie Hall

“I can honestly say that I have had an extremely positive year here with ACDSS. I have been fortunate to work with a tenured and knowledgeable team that are not only able to, but eager to support me in any way I need. I know that I can approach not only my direct supervisor, but program managers, and directors for any case related needs and problem solving. More than a social worker, the staff at Alamance County is interested in my wellbeing outside of work as an individual.”

“The impact this organization has made in my life and in my community has changed me, has opened my eyes to see there are heroes here who work day in and day out to give people a chance, a listening ear, and most of all hope for a brighter day ahead. Alamance County Department of Social Services is changing the game and I am so thankful to work here. A dream come true!”

Wendy Lewis

Voices of Transformations: Client Testimonies

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“Alamance County has had such a positive impact on my teenage and early adult years with the support systems they provide and the LINKS activities. The leaders and staff are always so helpful. They have been a huge part of my transition intoadulthood starting in high school, through college, and now being established in my career. They pushed me to the best that I could and I wouldn’t have been able to do it without them!”

“I love my Social Worker, I call her my “Home Girl”. My Social Worker makes sure that I go to the doctor and gets to my dentist appointment, I’m getting new teeth. I am able to talk to my Social Worker when I need her and we can talk about whatever I am going through. My Social Worker makes sure I am taken care of and that no one takes advantage of me. I am so happy to have ACDSS and hopes that they never leave.”

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