Employment & Careers

Lutheran Services Carolinas is a growing not-for-profit health and human services organization with more than 2,200 employees dedicated to its mission and serving thousands of Carolinians annually. LSC is always in need of qualified applicants for a wide range of job opportunities.

Positions vary from location to location, but may include: certified nursing assistants, accountants, social workers, case managers, activity directors, dietary, housekeeping, laundry and maintenance workers, licensed nursing home administrators, licensed practical nurses, registered nurses, habilitation specialists and more.

LSC is an inclusive organization and maintains a diverse workforce. LSC strives to create better services for clients and better places to work by encouraging staff education, empowerment, collaboration, and innovation.


LSC offers a competitive benefits package for eligible employees that may include:

  • Health, Prescription Drug & Vision Care
  • Dental Plan
  • Paid Time Off
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Life & Accidental Death & Dismemberment
  • Long-Term and Short-Term Disability
  • 401(k) or 403 (b) Savings Plans
  • Credit Union
  • Longevity Bonuses

To apply for one of the positions listed, print out and complete the appropriate application (child & family services or senior services) and email it along with a resume and cover letter to the contact listed. Not all job openings are posted. Please contact the LSC program nearest you for more information (Where We Serve).

Lutheran Services Carolinas is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is the policy of LSC to provide equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants without regard to age, race, color, disability, national origin, religion, gender, sex (including gender identity), genetics, or status as a covered veteran, in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws. This equal employment opportunity policy applies to all the terms and conditions of employment including but not limited to recruitment, hiring, promotion, training, compensation, job assignment, leave of absence, layoff, recall, and discipline.

Residential Counselor (7on/7off- 32 hours weekly)
Raleigh, NC
Contact: Rholonda Artis

3P -7A Thurs/Fri LPN/RN Charge Nurse
Hickory, NC
Contact: Kim Price

Volunteer Management Coordinator- Disaster Relief
Greenville/New Bern NC areas
Contact: Paul Dunn

ACTT Nurse
Chapel Hill, NC
Contact: Grayson Hite

Foster Care Case Manager
Raleigh, NC
Contact: Rhonda Leak

Habilitation Counselor- 7on/7off 1&2 shift
Winston Salem, NC
Contact: Blontina Sanders

Habilitation Counselor 7on/7off 6am to 6pm or 6pm-6am
Gastonia, NC
Contact: Allison Ellis

Habilitation Counselor 7on/7off
Winston Salem, NC
Contact: Shanwon McIntosh

Habilitation Counselor- 3 days (16,16,8 hr shifts)
Winston Salem, NC
Contact: Shanwon McIntosh

Foster Care Case Manager
Raleigh, NC
Contact: Rhonda Leak

Community Support Specialist-Wounded Warriors (PT- 8 hours per week)
Goldsboro, NC
Contact: Amelia Howard

Assistant Director of Dining Services
Contact: Janet Harknes

Intensive Case Manager- Refugee and Immigrant Services
Raleigh, NC
Contact: Nicole Netzel

Community Services Specialist- Home and Community Based Services
Greenville, NC
Contact: Amelia Howard

Community Services Specialist- Home and Community Based Services
Pikeville, NC
Contact: Amelia Howard

IAFT Program Manager
Wilmington, NC
Contact: Latoya Smiling

IAFT Care Coordinator
Winston Salem, NC
Contact: Garry Troxler

Resource Coordinator- Disaster Recovery
Edgecombe and surrounding counties
Contact: Paul Dunn

IAFT Clinician- P/T 25 hours per week
Charlotte, NC
Contact: Nakia Batts

Direct Care Worker- Home and Community Based Services (25 hours per week)
Raleigh, NC
Contact: Amelia Howard

Community Support Specialist - Wounded Warriors (10 hours per week)
Eden, NC
Contact: Amelia Howard

Community Support Specialist - Wounded Warriors (12 hours per week)
Darlington, SC
Contact: Amelia Howard

Development Officer - SC
Columbia, SC
Contact: Heidi Rixman