Looking for a rewarding career where you can make a real difference in your community? Join the OUR HOUSE team and provide the community with grief support services, education, resources, and hope. OUR HOUSE is a nonprofit organization committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees. We provide all staff and volunteers with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment.
We are an organization committed to continuous learning and development with a strategic focus on applying JEDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion) principles to all aspects of our grief support specifically when serving children, teens, and adults of color and all identity expressions. We encourage applicants with a critically conscious and antiracist equity lens who can demonstrate a commitment to advancing diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging within organizations. We seek candidates who model and advocate for a more consciously just, equitable, diverse, and inclusionary grief experience.
West Los Angeles. OUR HOUSE Grief Support Center seeks a key member of the agency’s leadership team, with diverse responsibilities that include: manage, supervise, and empower the Fund Development team; guide creative strategic planning for agency sustainment and expansion; oversee all fundraising, cultivation, and stewardship, in partnership with staff, Board of Directors and community leaders; and lead donor data management.
OUR HOUSE is seeking an experienced fundraising professional with a demonstrated track record of personally closing gifts of $10K-$1M+. Experience cultivating individuals, corporate and foundation relations is required. The DOD should possess excellent computer and writing skills for various audiences such as institutional funders, subject matter experts, lay persons, and the general public. Attention to detail, organization and strong interpersonal skills and ability to build bridges and collaborative relationships within the organization and multiple constituencies with astuteness, professionalism and agility is also required.
This is a temporarily remote position
Qualified candidates can send letters of interest, resumes, & salary requirements to:
No telephone inquiries please
Associate Clinical Coordinator of Camp & Children’s Programs
OUR HOUSE Grief Support Center seeks a Full-time clinical professional to work in all aspects of Camp Erin and the Children’s Program, train & supervise volunteer group leaders, lead grief support groups, conduct outreach and educational presentations in the community. Qualifications: LCSW or MFT, experience working with children and families from marginalized communities, strong public speaking; organizational and writing skills required. Competitive salary and full benefits.
Qualified professionals can send letters of interest, resumes, & salary requirements to:
Lauren Schneider, LCSW, Clinical Director of Children’s Programs
No telephone inquiries please.