Looking for a rewarding career where you can make a real difference in your community? If so, look no further. Join the OUR HOUSE team and provide the Los Angeles 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, and provides all staff and volunteers with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment.
Join a dynamic team of professionals committed to serving the needs of grievers with California’s leading provider of grief support services. The following positions are available for experienced and licensed clinicians (LCSW, LMFT, PsyD, LPCC) with strong clinical, supervisory, leadership, organizational, and communication skills who are seeking a rewarding career.
All positions are full-time and include full benefits and professional development opportunities.
Qualified professionals should click on the “Share Your Qualifications” button to submit letters of interest, resumes, and salary requirements.
OUR HOUSE Grief Support Center
Los Angeles, Woodland Hills, Satellite Locations
Key member of the agency’s leadership team, with diverse job responsibilities that include: manage, supervise, and empower the adult clinical coordinator team, guide creative strategic planning for agency expansion, oversee process improvements for clinical services, conduct groups and individual intake sessions, train & supervise volunteers, present educational workshops for medical & mental health professionals, and lead data management.
Qualifications: Clinical licensure, minimum 5-7 years management experience, strong public speaking and writing skills.
Licensed clinician to coordinate all aspects of adult grief program. Responsibilities include: conduct and coordinate grief support groups and pre-group appointments; screen, train & supervise volunteers; coordinate & present educational workshops for medical & mental health professionals, and networking in community-based collaborations to expand awareness in San Fernando Valley.
Qualifications: Program management skills desired.
Duties including: Maintain a warm and welcoming presence to greet group members, volunteers, and open the building door in the evenings; provide program and administrative support to the clinical and development teams; management of database, equipment, and information technology; research and statistical analysis.
Hours: Monday-Thursday afternoons and evenings through 9:00pm
Qualifications: Detail-oriented, proficient in Excel & Microsoft Suite, works well within a team, welcoming and open demeanor.
Duties including: Maintain a warm and welcoming presence as the “face and voice of the agency” at the front desk and via telephone and email, being the first point of contact to the agency; provide program and administrative support to the clinical and development teams; management of database, equipment, and information technology; research and statistical analysis. These positions are based in the West LA center.
Qualifications: Extraordinarily systems and detail-oriented, proficient in Excel & Microsoft Suite, works well within a team, welcoming and open demeanor.