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. 

Executive Positions

None at this time. 

Development Positions

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Administrative and Operations Team Positions

None at this time. 

Clinical Positions

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.

  • LCSW or MFT and 2 years of experience with children and adolescents
  • Experience with underserved and ethnically diverse populations (required)
  • Bi-lingual in Spanish Preferred
  • Experience and knowledge with grief and loss (preferred)
Job Description & Specific Duties
Associate Clinical Coordinator of Camp:

Under the direction of the OUR HOUSE Clinical Director of Child & Adolescent Programs, responsibilities would include but not be limited to:

  • Recruit, screen and train Camp Volunteers
  • Perform outreach functions necessary to recruit campers for June and September sessions.
  • Maintain the intake schedule and all correspondence.
  • Screen and interview prospective campers
  • Coordinate grief activities schedule, cabin groupings and volunteer assignments for the camp weekend
  • Attend staff meetings and clinical meetings.
  • Attend OUR HOUSE fundraisers and events (Gala, luncheon events, and Run for Hope)
  • Conduct grief activities, crises intervention and volunteer debriefs during camp weekend.
  • Maintain communication and relationship with Eluna Foundation
Associate Clinical Coordinator of Children’s Programs:

Under the direction of the Clinical Director of Children’s Programs this Coordinator will participate as needed in all functions related to the Children’s Programs for the WH Center

  • Recruit, screen, and train potential volunteers at 3-day Volunteer training 3-4 times/year
  • Conduct pre-group appointments and maintain intake schedule 2 hours/week and as needed.
  • Effectively conduct in-person pre-group appointments with prospective group member families if needed.
  • Participate in the Parent component of the Family Support Program including all set-up and clean-up as needed in both centers.
  • Lead 1-2 supervision meetings for volunteer group leaders.
  • Co-lead a minimum of 1in-house and 1 school-based group per semester.
  • Interview, assess, and train teen alumni to be teen group leaders.
  • Conduct school intakes with new volunteer group leaders as needed.
  • Provide 1- to 4-hour educational, in-service and community presentations on Children’s Grief
  • Collect and compile program statistics for board and grant reports.
  • Attend staff meetings, clinical meetings and 1:1 supervision.
  • Lead On-site Grief Response as needed
  • Other duties as schedule permits to be determined by Clinical Director
  • Support and adhere to OUR HOUSE’s Cornerstone Statement, which delineates core workplace and organizational values and behaviors

Qualified Professionals can send letters of interest, resumes, & salary requirements to:

Lauren Schneider, LCSW, Clinical Director of Children’s Programs


No telephone inquiries please.

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Associate Clinical Intake Coordinator

OUR HOUSE Grief Support Center West Los Angeles. OUR HOUSE Grief Support Center seeks a full-time, Associate Clinical Intake Coordinator Job Description and Specific Duties: Key member of the agency’s clinical team, with diverse job responsibilities that include involvement with screening of calls, addressing inquiries, providing referrals, addressing walk-in and phone emergencies, community outreach and program development. This position closely collaborates with another full-time Associate Clinical Intake Coordinator together with whom uninterrupted coverage must be provided in responding to incoming calls. On alternate days from screening calls, job responsibilities include completion of a minimum of 2 pre-group appointments and assessment per week as well as running minimum of 2 support groups at any given moment in time.

Qualifications: Master’s degree in social work or psychology related field required, with experience in mental health assessment preferred. Bilingual in Spanish preferred

Qualified candidates can send letters of interest, resumes, & salary requirements to:

Elsa Stefanian, LCSW, Clinical Director of Adult Programs


No telephone inquiries please


A work culture where a sense of calm and safety is cultivated, proactive behavior is encouraged, and reactivity is tempered. Individuals are valued for their unique skill sets, forming a collaborative, team-centered environment where creativity and new ideas are welcome. Communication is honest and open while boundaries are upheld and where each voice is heard. We understand conflict resolution as an inherent aspect of creating this work environment and hold ourselves accountable to this initiative. Together with goodwill we address any conflicts through grace, professionalism, and respect to ensure integrity and confidentiality of process.

We thrive when we are empowered to make decisions, our identities are honored, our experience is trusted rather than micromanaged, and ownership of our personal care is respected. We are committed to the principles of justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion. Inclusivity is an intrinsic part of our mission, and we hold ourselves accountable to an anti-racist and anti-oppressive workplace. We acknowledge and respect individual communication, work styles, and values. These are informed by one’s culture, family, and full life experience.

Our actions and intentions are heart centered, exemplified by our commitment to working with, listening to, and understanding each other and our community. We nurture humor and a sense of playfulness alongside a deep reverence and respect for the pain of grief.

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