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
OUR HOUSE is seeking candidates for a new, full-time position. Our Associate Clinical Intake Coordinator for the West Los Angeles office will perform clinical and administrative job responsibilities. You will be the first clinical point of contact with many of our grievers, will provide initial assessment, and will help them create a plan for their grief.
Qualifications: A Master’s degree in social work or psychology related field is required for this position; candidates can be license-eligible. Must also have a strong interest in working with grief and loss and be detail-oriented and collaborative with strong interpersonal and communication skills. Competitive salary and benefits. LEARN MORE.
Qualified candidates can send letters of interest, resumes, & salary requirements to Elsa Stefanian, LCSW, at Elsa@OurHouse-Grief.org.
OUR HOUSE Grief Support Center Orange County is bringing much needed grief services to families in Orange County. In OUR HOUSE Orange County’s inaugural year, we hosted Camp Erin Orange County for 80 bereaved children this July, and began to build a foundation that will lead to countywide grief support groups and an eventual Grief Support Center in Orange County.
OUR HOUSE Orange County seeks a part-time LCSW or LMFT for their clinical leadership team. In partnership with the Executive Director, the Clinical Manager of Adult Programs will provide guidance for the creative strategic planning for the agency’s program expansion, and manage, supervise, and empower the assigned clinical staff. Additional responsibilities include, overseeing process improvements for clinical services, conduct groups and individual pre-group appointments, train and supervise volunteers, present educational workshops for medical and mental health professionals, lead data management, and serve on the clinical team for Camp Erin Orange County.
Qualifications: The ideal candidate will be a clinical licensure, with a minimum of 5 to 7 years of counseling experience working in healthcare or clinical setting, including group support and management; strong public speaking and writing skills; expertise in grief, loss and trauma; and experience in education and training for community members and professionals. Experience working in a collaborative team, and being bilingual in Spanish is also beneficial. LEARN MORE.
Interested applicants can email a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to email@example.com.