Families & Children Together, Inc, is the premier preschool provider in South Arkansas. FACT provides services to approximately 1000 children in Calhoun, Columbia, Dallas, Hempstead, Lafayette, Nevada, Ouachita, and Union Counties, as well as in individual homes and employs over 200 individuals in the South and Southwest region of Arkansas.

$1,000 New Hire Employee Sign-On Bonus!!
FACT, INC is offering a $1,000 sign-on bonus to all full-time new hires through December 31, 2022.

We Offer many excellent benefits including:

-Paid Holidays
-Retirement Plan
-Competitive Salary
-Follow School Schedules
-Health, Dental, & Life Insurances
-9 & 12 Month Positions
-Professional Development Opportunities

FACT, Inc is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Instructions for submitting an application online or for printing an application are below. Applications are also available at all our locations.



Head Start Teacher Assistant

Bradley, AR:

REQUIREMENTS: Must have a Child Development Associate certification (CDA) or Associate degree (AA) in Early Childhood Education or be enrolled in school working toward this requirement. Assist teacher in a preschool classroom. Duties include educational instruction, playground supervision, clean-up, reports, documentation, recruitment, and parent meeting preparation. Good oral and written communication skills and computer proficiency required.

Bus Driver

Location: Camden, Arkansas

Conduct pre and post inspections for each bus run. Follow established routes and designated stops according to the time schedule. Follow all policies regarding the release of children to the proper individual. Conduct emergency evacuation drills in accordance with transportation department guidelines.Enforce all bus passenger rules and regulations in accordance with agency policy and all applicable state and federal laws.Ensure safety of passengers and pedestrians. Ensure that all children have exited the vehicle after each bus run. Ensure routine maintenance is completed and maintain appropriate fuel levels at all times. Have and maintain a valid CDL Driver’s license. Meet local and/or Arkansas Department of Education competency levels of driving skills. Complete the Arkansas School Bus Driver Safety Education program and pass the final exam. High School diploma or GED. Two years of commercial bus driving experience.

EHS Teacher at Fordyce

Location: Fordyce, Arkansas

Plan, prepare, and implement the day to day activities for an Early Head Start classroom of children ages birth to three. Administer developmental screenings; develop individual plans for children; conduct daily health inspections; assure that the physical environment is safe and conducive to learning and development. Feed and change children as needed. Maintain daily documentation and assessment of child’s development. Responsible for clean-up, parent meeting preparation, individualized parent training, and maintenance of files and records. Assist in recruitment activities. Conduct home visits. AA or Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education, or High School Diploma and a Child Development Associate (CDA) credential with emphasis on Infant/Toddler competencies. Excellent oral and communications skills and computer proficiency required.

EHS Teacher at Fairview

Location: El Dorado, Arkansas

Plan, prepare, and implement the day to day activities for an Early Head Start classroom of children ages birth to three. Administer developmental screenings; develop individual plans for children; conduct daily health inspections; assure that the physical environment is safe and conducive to learning and development. Feed and change children as needed. Maintain daily documentation and assessment of child’s development. Responsible for clean-up, parent meeting preparation, individualized parent training, and maintenance of files and records. Assist in recruitment activities. Conduct home visits. AA or Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education, or High School Diploma and a Child Development Associate (CDA) credential with emphasis on Infant/Toddler competencies. Excellent oral and communications skills and computer proficiency required.

Head Start Teacher Assistant at Morning Star

El Dorado, AR:

REQUIREMENTS: Must have a Child Development Associate certification (CDA) or Associate degree (AA) in Early Childhood Education or be enrolled in school working toward this requirement. Assist teacher in a preschool classroom. Duties include educational instruction, playground supervision, clean-up, reports, documentation, recruitment, and parent meeting preparation. Good oral and written communication skills and computer proficiency required.

ABC Teacher Assistant at West Woods

El Dorado, AR:

REQUIREMENTS: Must have Child Development Associate certification (CDA) or Associate degree (AA) in Early Childhood Education or be enrolled in school working toward this requirement. Duties: Assist teacher in a preschool classroom. Duties include educational instruction, playground supervision, clean-up, reports, documentation, recruitment, and parent meeting preparation. Good oral and written communication skills and computer proficiency required.

Head Start Teacher Assistant at WestWoods

El Dorado, AR:

REQUIREMENTS: Must have a Child Development Associate certification (CDA) or Associate degree (AA) in Early Childhood Education or be enrolled in school working toward this requirement. Assist teacher in a preschool classroom. Duties include educational instruction, playground supervision, clean-up, reports, documentation, recruitment, and parent meeting preparation. Good oral and written communication skills and computer proficiency required.

ABC Teacher Assistant at Camden

Camden, AR:

REQUIREMENTS: Must have Child Development Associate certification (CDA) or Associate degree (AA) in Early Childhood Education or be enrolled in school working toward this requirement. Duties: Assist teacher in a preschool classroom. Duties include educational instruction, playground supervision, clean-up, reports, documentation, recruitment, and parent meeting preparation. Good oral and written communication skills and computer proficiency required.

EHS Teacher at Morning Star

Location: El Dorado, Arkansas

Plan, prepare, and implement the day to day activities for an Early Head Start classroom of children ages birth to three. Administer developmental screenings; develop individual plans for children; conduct daily health inspections; assure that the physical environment is safe and conducive to learning and development. Feed and change children as needed. Maintain daily documentation and assessment of child’s development. Responsible for clean-up, parent meeting preparation, individualized parent training, and maintenance of files and records. Assist in recruitment activities. Conduct home visits. AA or Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education, or High School Diploma and a Child Development Associate (CDA) credential with emphasis on Infant/Toddler competencies. Excellent oral and communications skills and computer proficiency required.


Head Start Teacher at Hope

Hope, AR:

Essential Duties and Responsibilities Plan and implement individual and group daily learning experiences for children that advance their school readiness skills and stimulates language, social, emotional, and motor skills growth. Oversee the management and supervision of children in order to ensure a safe, clean, and healthy learning environment. Ensure implementation of the agency approved curriculum plan. Ensure progress in all areas of child development and early learning as outlined in the Head Start Child Development and Early Learning Framework, Teaching Strategies Gold and Kindergarten School Readiness Skills. Form relationships with parents to foster effective learning environments for the child. Ensure compliance with Head Start Performance Standards, Arkansas Minimum Licensing requirements and other federal and state regulations. Maintain records and reporting systems and ensure accurate and timely information is entered into agency data tracking systems. Conduct home visits in accordance with Head Start Performance Standards. Collaborate with community partners and service providers to ensure quality services are provided to children and families. Provide training and guidance to the Teacher Assistant, substitutes, and volunteers. Assist in planning and preparing special events or activities. Represent FACT, Inc. by participating in community collaborations and organizations. Attend local, out of town, and overnight meetings, training, and conferences as required, and complete a minimum of 15 professional development clock hours per year. Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor. Professional and Ethical Standards Maintain confidentiality of information regarding children, families, and staff in accordance with Agency policy and legal requirements. Abide by all agency policies including Standards of Conduct. Be honest, reliable and dependable. Maintain a positive work ethic and work as a team member. Qualifications General Have and maintain a valid Driver’s license and vehicle insurance. Have an initial health examination. Maintain current CPR/First Aid certification. Pass state Criminal Background Check, Central Registry Check, and/or FBI Background Check if applicable. Knowledge and Skills Ability to read, analyze, and interpret documents; ability to respond to sensitive inquiries and complaints, reports and correspondence; ability to effectively present information to parents, staff, and the community. Ability to define problems, collect and analyze data, establish facts, and make concise and accurate reports and solve problems. Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units for measure. Ability to write and speak using correct grammar, spelling and punctuation. Ability to use agency computers and software programs. Ability to supervise and manage classroom staff efficiently and effectively within the guidelines of agency policies. Education/Experience Bachelor’s or Associate degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or a related field. One year teaching preschool children is preferred.

Head Start Family Service Advocate

Blevins/Nevada/Prescott, AR:

Serve as an advocate and liaison between family and community services and in collaboration with center staff, work to ensure children and families receive comprehensive services according to Head Start Performance Standards. Responsible for providing services to parents of Early Head Start children and expectant mothers. Complete the Family Assessment and develop a plan of action to meet family needs and goals, conduct a minimum of two home visits per year with each family, meet with expectant mothers weekly and conduct home visits after delivery to assist with the transition of the infant into the classroom setting, make referrals and schedule appointments for services, recruit new families for the program, ensure that children are up to date on all health-related issues, maintain child records, and submit reports as required. Qualifications: Associate or Bachelor’s degree in Family Services, Social Work, Psychology, Public Administration or a related field plus two years related experience in social services, family services or public administration preferred. Excellent oral, written, and computer skills required. This is a 12-month position.

Food Transporter

Location: Prescott, AR

Essential Duties and Responsibilities  Transport food in agency provided containers from food preparation kitchens to agency centers in the time required to meet CACFP mealtime pattern guidelines.  Assist with food service.  Set up and clean up meal time environment.  Maintain a safe and sanitary environment according to state and federal guidelines.  Transport containers back to food preparation kitchens if applicable.  Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor. Professional and Ethical Standards  Maintain confidentiality of information regarding children, families, and staff in accordance with Agency policy and legal requirements.  Abide by all agency policies including Standards of Conduct.  Be honest, reliable and dependable.  Maintain a positive work ethic and work as a team member. Qualifications General  Have and maintain a valid Driver’s license and vehicle insurance.  Have an initial health examination.  Pass state Criminal Background Check, Central Registry Check, and/or FBI Background Check if applicable. Knowledge and Skills  Ability to follow verbal and written directions and perform cooking duties using proper techniques and skills.  Ability to perform basic math.  Ability to use varied kitchen tools and equipment safely.  Ability to use agency computers and software programs.  Ability to solve practical problems Education/Experience  High School diploma or GED. Physical Demands  Physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands and fingers; talk and hear; smell and taste; handle or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; stand and walk. The employee is required to climb, stoop, crouch, kneel, and reach overhead. The employee must be able to regularly lift, move, push or pull 20 pounds, frequently 50 pounds, and occasionally 75 pounds.

Head Start Teacher at Morning Star

El Dorado, AR:

Essential Duties and Responsibilities Plan and implement individual and group daily learning experiences for children that advance their school readiness skills and stimulates language, social, emotional, and motor skills growth. Oversee the management and supervision of children in order to ensure a safe, clean, and healthy learning environment. Ensure implementation of the agency approved curriculum plan. Ensure progress in all areas of child development and early learning as outlined in the Head Start Child Development and Early Learning Framework, Teaching Strategies Gold and Kindergarten School Readiness Skills. Form relationships with parents to foster effective learning environments for the child. Ensure compliance with Head Start Performance Standards, Arkansas Minimum Licensing requirements and other federal and state regulations. Maintain records and reporting systems and ensure accurate and timely information is entered into agency data tracking systems. Conduct home visits in accordance with Head Start Performance Standards. Collaborate with community partners and service providers to ensure quality services are provided to children and families. Provide training and guidance to the Teacher Assistant, substitutes, and volunteers. Assist in planning and preparing special events or activities. Represent FACT, Inc. by participating in community collaborations and organizations. Attend local, out of town, and overnight meetings, training, and conferences as required, and complete a minimum of 15 professional development clock hours per year. Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor. Professional and Ethical Standards Maintain confidentiality of information regarding children, families, and staff in accordance with Agency policy and legal requirements. Abide by all agency policies including Standards of Conduct. Be honest, reliable and dependable. Maintain a positive work ethic and work as a team member. Qualifications General Have and maintain a valid Driver’s license and vehicle insurance. Have an initial health examination. Maintain current CPR/First Aid certification. Pass state Criminal Background Check, Central Registry Check, and/or FBI Background Check if applicable. Knowledge and Skills Ability to read, analyze, and interpret documents; ability to respond to sensitive inquiries and complaints, reports and correspondence; ability to effectively present information to parents, staff, and the community. Ability to define problems, collect and analyze data, establish facts, and make concise and accurate reports and solve problems. Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units for measure. Ability to write and speak using correct grammar, spelling and punctuation. Ability to use agency computers and software programs. Ability to supervise and manage classroom staff efficiently and effectively within the guidelines of agency policies. Education/Experience Bachelor’s or Associate degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or a related field. One year teaching preschool children is preferred.

Head Start Teacher

Camden, AR:

Essential Duties and Responsibilities Plan and implement individual and group daily learning experiences for children that advance their school readiness skills and stimulates language, social, emotional, and motor skills growth. Oversee the management and supervision of children in order to ensure a safe, clean, and healthy learning environment. Ensure implementation of the agency approved curriculum plan. Ensure progress in all areas of child development and early learning as outlined in the Head Start Child Development and Early Learning Framework, Teaching Strategies Gold and Kindergarten School Readiness Skills. Form relationships with parents to foster effective learning environments for the child. Ensure compliance with Head Start Performance Standards, Arkansas Minimum Licensing requirements and other federal and state regulations. Maintain records and reporting systems and ensure accurate and timely information is entered into agency data tracking systems. Conduct home visits in accordance with Head Start Performance Standards. Collaborate with community partners and service providers to ensure quality services are provided to children and families. Provide training and guidance to the Teacher Assistant, substitutes, and volunteers. Assist in planning and preparing special events or activities. Represent FACT, Inc. by participating in community collaborations and organizations. Attend local, out of town, and overnight meetings, training, and conferences as required, and complete a minimum of 15 professional development clock hours per year. Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor. Professional and Ethical Standards Maintain confidentiality of information regarding children, families, and staff in accordance with Agency policy and legal requirements. Abide by all agency policies including Standards of Conduct. Be honest, reliable and dependable. Maintain a positive work ethic and work as a team member. Qualifications General Have and maintain a valid Driver’s license and vehicle insurance. Have an initial health examination. Maintain current CPR/First Aid certification. Pass state Criminal Background Check, Central Registry Check, and/or FBI Background Check if applicable. Knowledge and Skills Ability to read, analyze, and interpret documents; ability to respond to sensitive inquiries and complaints, reports and correspondence; ability to effectively present information to parents, staff, and the community. Ability to define problems, collect and analyze data, establish facts, and make concise and accurate reports and solve problems. Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units for measure. Ability to write and speak using correct grammar, spelling and punctuation. Ability to use agency computers and software programs. Ability to supervise and manage classroom staff efficiently and effectively within the guidelines of agency policies. Education/Experience Bachelor’s or Associate degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or a related field. One year teaching preschool children is preferred.

Head Start Teacher Assistant

Camden, AR:

REQUIREMENTS: Must have a Child Development Associate certification (CDA) or Associate degree (AA) in Early Childhood Education or be enrolled in school working toward this requirement. Assist teacher in a preschool classroom. Duties include educational instruction, playground supervision, clean-up, reports, documentation, recruitment, and parent meeting preparation. Good oral and written communication skills and computer proficiency required.

When completing a full employment application for F.A.C.T., Inc., there are three options. Applicants may fill out an application online, pick up a paper application at any of our locations, or click the button to download:

  1. Or click this link to begin the application process to apply online.
  2. If this is your first time completing an application at FACT, click on the “Don’t have an account? Create one!” link.
  3. After you have created your account or logged in, click on “Employment Application” then click “Begin Interview”.  Click “Start from beginning”
  4. Enter information into the fields by typing or selecting your answer to each of the questions.  Questions with a red asterisk (*) are required to be answered.  Enter “N/A” in required fields that may not be applicable to you.  Click “Next” at the bottom of each screen to proceed to the next page of questions.
  5. On the final page (6/6), click “Finish”.  Note that if you have left any required fields empty, the interview will show as “Interview Incomplete”.  In this case, you would need to go back and complete all required fields prior to moving forward.  If you have completed all fields, the screen will display “Interview Completed”.
  6. If you see the “Interview Completed” designation, this initial process is now complete.  FACT, Inc. will contact you if we need any further information or wish to schedule an interview with you.   If selected for an interview, you will be asked to sign your completed application at that time.  Your application will remain on file for six months.