Careers

Careers

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At CHC, we are a family. Everyone at CHC has a voice and a role to play to achieve our mission and vision. When thinking about your next career step, consider joining the CHC Family and making an impact in your community!

For additional questions, please reach out to tdoiron@chcfhc.org. Click below for our most recent job opportunities. 

Testimonials

If you’re wondering what it’s like to work at CHC, here are some comments from members of our CHC Family:

Locations

Expansive and Accessible: 

Third largest city in Worcester County 
40,638 residents (2019) 
Wide array of public and private schools 
Fitchburg State University & Mount Wachusett Community College 
Commuter Rail accessible 

Steeped in History 

  • Settled in 1730 
  • Incorporated as a town in 1764 
  • 19th Century industrial center in Massachusetts 
  • Burleigh Rock Drill: designed and built in Fitchburg 

Culturally Engaging: 

  • Flat Rock Wild Life Sanctuary (326 acres) 
  • Fitchburg Art Museum 
  • 20 parks and playgrounds 
  • Stratton Players Theater & New Players Theater Guild 

A City with a Friendly Feel and Family Focus: 

  • 20,683 residents (2019) 
  • Revitalized downtown with local shops 
  • Wide array of public and private schools 
  • Mount Wachusett Community College 

A City with a Unique History 

  • Settled in 1764 
  • Incorporated as a town in 1785 
  • Known as “Chair City” and “Furniture Capital of New England” 

Encouraging Outdoor Adventures: 

  • Dunn State Park 
  • Gardner Heritage State Park 
  • Lake Wampanoag Wildlife Sanctuary 

Embraces the Arts: 

  • Leominster Colonial Band (est. 1910) – free summer concerts 
  • Thayer Symphony Orchestra originated here 
  • Central MA Repertory Theater performs here 
  • Leominster Art Assoc. – annual spring art shows 
  • Starburst Festival (June) 
  • Johnny Appleseed Festival 

A City with a Living Legacy: 

  • Second largest city in Worcester County 
  • 41,716 residents (2019) 
  • Settled in 1653 
  • Incorporated as a town in 1740 
  • Home of Johnny Appleseed 

To learn more about North Central Massachusetts, please visit North Central Mass's website.