The Owens Companies is also looking for Family Partners to work in our sister company, Owens&Associates. Family Partners work closely with families involved with CPS in the home and in the
community to ensure their success. They provide services like supervision of visits between parents and
children, teaching parenting and life skills, finding applicable resources, and more. Like Juvenile
Trackers, Family Partners are able to have a powerful, lasting impact on their community.
In addition to a rewarding career, The Owens Companies offers a supportive work environment,
competitive pay, and benefits including medical, dental, and vision insurance, paid time off, paid
holidays, continuing training, and more. If you are passionate about helping others, we want to hear
from you! Apply on our website using the button below, or contact Joyce at 402-451- 8404 or at
email@example.com if you would like to learn more.
Qualifications: All employees must have the ability to clear all background checks including Child & Adult
Abuse/Neglect Registry; National, State and Local Criminal Records Check; Driver's License Check
(cannot have more than 3 points assessed against license); Sex Offender Registry; and pass a Drug
Screening. Although a criminal history does not automatically exclude an individual from employment
with Owens, failure to disclose will.
Family Partners must have a bachelor’s degree in the human services or criminal justice fields. Quality
applicants with two years full time life, volunteer, or work experience working with children or working
in the human services field will also be considered.
Juvenile Trackers must have two years full time life, volunteer, or work experience working with children
or working in the criminal justice or human services fields. A bachelor’s or associate’s degree preferred.
Not sure if you qualify? Give us a call! 402-451- 8404
A career at The Owens Companies is so much more than “just a job.” Our employees work with
at-risk youth and families in order to fulfill our mission, “Working together to keep families together.” At
Owens Educational Services, Juvenile Trackers work with youth in the Juvenile Court system to ensure
they are meeting the requirements of their probation, parole, and/or service plan. Like the name
implies, trackers monitor the location of the youth. They also help to improve the relationship between
the youth and their family as well as their probation/parole officer. What makes this position so
meaningful is the chance to help at-risk youth make a positive change in their life before they reach