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 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.
Join us as the new Clinical Director of our Children and Adolescent Program in a key leadership role in our agency. After 17 years, OUR HOUSE’s Children’s Team Clinical Director is shifting to a position that will enable her to provide direct service and education as the Children’s Training and Advocacy Director.
As Clinical Director, you will take our essential children’s grief program to a new chapter and will supervise & manage staff, data, systems, policies and procedures, and oversee the overall children’s program management. Our program provides support groups in our centers and schools throughout the region, our grief camp weekends, on-site grief responses, and education for professionals. You will have a strong desire to work in bereavement and/or trauma-focused programs with ethnically diverse youth in high need areas; your experience as a field instructor is a plus.
Qualifications: LCSW, LMFT, licensed PsyD, minimum 5-7 years management experience, strong clinical, supervisory, leadership, organizational, and strong communication skills. LEARN MORE.
Interested applicants can send a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to
Michele Prince, LCSW, MAJCS at Michele@Ourhouse-grief.org.
Join our dynamic and mission-focused team in West Los Angeles as a full-time Clinical Coordinator to help build our Spanish Satellite Program to serve Spanish-speaking grievers throughout the community. The clinical coordinator will perform clinical and strategic oversight for the program, including creating collaborative relationships, partnering with potential referral sources for group members and volunteer group leaders, helping coordinate marketing and outreach efforts to build awareness of program, and meeting community needs for Spanish-language grief support. This position will provide oversight to the program, supervise MSW student interns, and will include direct clinical practice, such as running support groups in Spanish and meeting with grievers.
Qualifications: Licensed LCSW with minimum of two years post graduate job experience; must be fluent in Spanish and English, have strong initiative, and interest in working with bereavement and/or trauma-focused programs. Top candidates will be detail-oriented, collaborative, and have strong written communication, public speaking skills, and high emotional intelligence. Experience in community outreach and program development are required. Experience as a field instructor is a plus. Competitive salary and benefits. LEARN MORE.
Interested applicants can send a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to Elsa Stefanian, LCSW
Clinical Director of Adult Programs at Elsa@Ourhouse-grief.org.