Careers

Job Openings

A job with Uspiritus is an opportunity to change lives. Our family is constantly growing, and we’re always seeking people who are passionate about empowering the vulnerable. If you believe your talents lend themselves to our mission, we invite you to review our openings and apply online today!

To apply, click here for a list of current job openings.

Youth Care Worker Preview

Do you want to be a youth care worker?

Being a youth care worker is not just a career – it’s a calling. If you are interested in becoming a youth care worker, we invite you to view our video to help you see if it is right for you. Questions? Call Human Resources at 502.515.0406 or get started by filling out our mini application

Uspiritus – Youth Care Worker Preview

Full-time employee benefits

  • Competitive wage with shift differentials and additional incentives for preferred education, experience and military service

    employee recognition

    The Employee Recognition Committee plans events such as the Employee Picnic and a free car wash, and administers the Spirit Card program to ensure a fun, rewarding work culture at Uspiritus.

  • Paid time off for vacation, holidays and sick time
  • Paid life insurance
  • Employee medical insurance with dependent coverage available
  • Dental and vision insurance
  • Disability coverage and life insurance
  • Accident and critical illness coverage
  • Flexible spending accounts for healthcare and dependent care
  • 403(b) retirement plan with employer matching

Current employees – ADP log-in

Current employees may log in to the ADP system here.


“I’ve been working here for two years. I started on second shift and was promoted to cottage manager pretty quickly. I’ve had a good experience here. Everyone is ‘team first.’ It’s a good place to work and start your career.” – Maurice H., a Uspiritus employee

For more than 160 years, Bellewood Home for Children and Brooklawn Child & Family Services have worked separately to nurture thousands of Kentucky’s most vulnerable children.