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JFCS East Bay is committed to diversity and building an inclusive environment for people of all backgrounds. Everyone is encouraged to apply, including people of color, women, LGBTQ people, and those with bicultural/bilingual skills.

We are currently hiring for the following positions:

Administrative Assistant – Walnut Creek

Our Agency

Rooted in Jewish values and historical experiences, and inspired by the strengths of the diverse communities we serve, JFCS East Bay promotes the well-being of individuals and families by providing essential mental health and social services through every stage of life. JFCS East Bay is an innovative social service agency that has served individuals and families throughout Alameda and Contra Costa counties since 1877. We are proud to provide multilingual services to older adults and their families, Holocaust survivors, children and their parents, refugees and immigrants, people with disabilities and an array of adults and children who come to us for high-quality affordable mental health services.

Our staff of more than 60 employees is characterized by its dedication, teamwork, warmth, humor, and high professional standards. Agency offices are located in downtown Berkeley (five blocks from BART) and Walnut Creek, with a satellite location in uptown Oakland.

JFCS East Bay actively seeks to hire qualified professionals who reflect the cultural and linguistic diversity of the East Bay and of our clients.

Job Summary

The Administrative Assistant in the Walnut Creek office is responsible for ensuring that key behind-the-scenes functions operate smoothly on a daily basis, providing the infrastructure that allows the organization to run efficiently. This is a part-time, 20 hours per week position; hours are 1:00 to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday.

Job Duties & Essential Functions

  • Daily office operations: develop procedures and handle office needs related to supplies and payables, cash receipts, billing support, equipment, kitchen, food, recycling, trash, daily mail, phone, internet, office-wide calendars, and so on.
  • Reception: answer incoming calls and greet in-person visitors, serving as a warm, welcoming voice and as the face of JFCS East Bay
  • Facilities: coordinate office equipment repairs and event logistics
  • General department workflow: handle one-time projects, document systems as they’re developed, maintain paper and electronic files as needed

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and expectations required of the position.

Competencies

  • Computer Literacy: Use technology effectively in the performance of one’s job. This includes the integration and acceptance of new technology when appropriate. Confidence using Microsoft Word and Excel and the Google Suite, including Drive, Gmail, and Calendar.
  • Problem Solving: A proven ability to identify administrative needs, propose solutions, and lead the adoption of new processes.
  • Communication: Able to inform verbally and in writing, with clarity and good effect and to understand clearly and quickly when instructions are received. Includes judgment about what information is important and what is not, and what should be communicated, how, to whom, and when.
  • Work Quality: Strong attention to detail.
  • Planning: Excellent organizational and time management skills.
  • Adaptability: Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and prioritize work to meet deadlines.
  • Integrity: Ability to maintain strict confidentiality related to client, staff, and other Agency information. Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and commitment to JFCS East Bay’s mission.

Qualifications

  • High school diploma or higher.
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience as an administrative or office assistant.
  • Bilingual in Spanish.
  • Clinical office experience is preferred.
  • Able to travel to our Berkeley office on occasion.

To Apply
Please submit a thoughtful cover letter and resume to with “Administrative Assistant – Walnut Creek” in the subject line. Only complete applications will be considered.

 

Child & Adolescent Therapist

Our Agency

Rooted in Jewish values and historical experiences, and inspired by the strengths of the diverse communities we serve, JFCS East Bay promotes the well-being of individuals and families by providing essential mental health and social services through every stage of life. JFCS East Bay is an innovative social service agency that has served individuals and families throughout Alameda and Contra Costa counties since 1877. We are proud to provide multilingual services to older adults and their families, Holocaust survivors, children and their parents, refugees and immigrants, people with disabilities and an array of adults and children who come to us for high-quality affordable mental health services.

Our staff of more than 60 employees is characterized by its dedication, teamwork, warmth, humor, and high professional standards. Agency offices are located in downtown Berkeley (five blocks from BART) and Walnut Creek, with a satellite location in uptown Oakland.

JFCS East Bay actively seeks to hire qualified professionals who reflect the cultural and linguistic diversity of the East Bay and of our clients.

Job Summary
JFCS East Bay is seeking a child therapist who is passionate about providing treatment to school-age children, adolescents, and their families with respect, clinical excellence, and an ongoing commitment to cultural humility. Under the supervision of the Director of Clinical Services, the therapist will see clients in JFCS East Bay’s Berkeley office and possibly see children in their schools or homes. This is an ideal position for those who want to be part of an agency and have team support from colleagues. This is an hourly position with the potential of becoming salaried on a part-time basis.

Duties & Essential Job Functions

  • Provide individual therapy with collateral meetings.
  • Provide family therapy.
  • Provide parent consultations.
  • Provide consultation and advisement to Jewish communal organizations about issues relating to children and adolescents.
  • Complete all necessary paperwork and documentation on computerized client management system.
  • Attend supervision, team meetings, and case consultations.

Qualifications

  • Must have LCSW or MFT, or Psychologist license.
  • Clinical and programmatic experience working with children, adolescents, and their families.
  • Must be available to work one evening per week.
  • Knowledge of the Jewish community preferred.
  • Insurance provider preferred.
  • Commitment to agency mission of promoting and strengthening the social and emotional well-being of diverse individuals and families throughout the East Bay.
  • Experience working in diverse communities and ability to bridge cultures.
  • Committed to culturally informed practice and a multicultural learning environment.
  • Ability to work independently and part of a team.
  • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality.
  • Patience, compassion, flexibility.
  • Clean DMV record, current California driver’s license, and car required.

Compensation

Hourly position compensated at $45 per hour.

To Apply

Please submit a thoughtful cover letter and resume to Carol Singer, LCSW at . Only complete applications will be considered.

 

Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist (Spanish-Bilingual)

Our Agency

Rooted in Jewish values and historical experiences, and inspired by the strengths of the diverse communities we serve, JFCS East Bay promotes the well-being of individuals and families by providing essential mental health and social services through every stage of life. JFCS East Bay is an innovative social service agency that has served individuals and families throughout Alameda and Contra Costa counties since 1877. We are proud to provide multilingual services to older adults and their families, Holocaust survivors, children and their parents, refugees and immigrants, people with disabilities and an array of adults and children who come to us for high-quality affordable mental health services.

Our staff of more than 60 employees is characterized by its dedication, teamwork, warmth, humor, and high professional standards. Agency offices are located in downtown Berkeley (five blocks from BART) and Walnut Creek, with a satellite location in uptown Oakland.

JFCS East Bay actively seeks to hire qualified professionals who reflect the cultural and linguistic diversity of the East Bay and of our clients.

Program Description

JFCS East Bay provides early childhood mental health services to parents and their infants, toddlers, and preschoolers in Alameda County. Research shows that early intervention with families who have significant risk factors can help prevent or reduce behavioral and social-emotional problems.

Job Summary

JFCS East Bay is seeking a Spanish-bilingual birth to eight-year-old Mental Health Specialist who is passionate about providing treatment to our youngest children and their families with respect, clinical excellence, and an ongoing commitment to cultural humility. Three positions are currently available.

Under the supervision of the Director of Clinical Services, the specialist will use a relationship-based model to provide parent-infant mental health services primarily in Oakland but throughout Alameda County. As part of a multidisciplinary team, the specialist will work closely with a child development specialist and family partner to conduct observations and therapy in the child’s home, preschool, or at the JFCS East Bay offices.

Duties & Essential Job Functions

  • Observe, assess, and treat children and families in their natural environments.
  • Provide dyadic work with infants, toddlers, and their primary caregivers.
  • Provide some case management.
  • Provide consultation to child care providers.
  • Provide crisis intervention services.
  • Complete all necessary paperwork and documentation on computerized client management system.
  • Conduct chart reviews and auditing.
  • Attend supervision, team meetings, and case consultations.

Qualifications & Skills

  • MSW or Masters in Counseling, Registered Intern (license preferred).
  • Experience in early childhood mental health or early childhood education.
  • Must be available to work one evening per week.
  • Must be bilingual in English and Spanish.
  • Experience working in diverse communities and ability to bridge cultures.
  • Committed to culturally informed practice and a multicultural learning environment.
  • Ability to work independently and part of a team.
  • Clean DMV record, current California driver’s license, and car required.

Compensation and Benefits

Compensation is dependent on experience, starting at $60,000. Supervision available in Spanish. Benefits include medical, dental, 401(k), generous holiday and vacation, great colleagues, and a friendly, respectful work environment.

To Apply

Please submit a thoughtful cover letter and resume to Carol Singer, LCSW at . Only complete applications will be considered.

 

Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist

Our Agency

Rooted in Jewish values and historical experiences, and inspired by the strengths of the diverse communities we serve, JFCS East Bay promotes the well-being of individuals and families by providing essential mental health and social services through every stage of life. JFCS East Bay is an innovative social service agency that has served individuals and families throughout Alameda and Contra Costa counties since 1877. We are proud to provide multilingual services to older adults and their families, Holocaust survivors, children and their parents, refugees and immigrants, people with disabilities and an array of adults and children who come to us for high-quality affordable mental health services.

Our staff of more than 60 employees is characterized by its dedication, teamwork, warmth, humor, and high professional standards. Agency offices are located in downtown Berkeley (five blocks from BART) and Walnut Creek, with a satellite location in uptown Oakland.

JFCS East Bay actively seeks to hire qualified professionals who reflect the cultural and linguistic diversity of the East Bay and of our clients.

Program Description

JFCS East Bay provides early childhood mental health services to parents and their infants, toddlers, and preschoolers in Alameda County. Research shows that early intervention with families who have significant risk factors can help prevent or reduce behavioral and social-emotional problems.

Job Summary

JFCS East Bay is seeking a birth to eight-year-old Mental Health Specialist who is passionate about providing treatment to our youngest children and their families with respect, clinical excellence, and an ongoing commitment to cultural humility.

Under the supervision of the Director of Clinical Services, the specialist will use a relationship-based model to provide parent-infant mental health services primarily in Oakland but throughout Alameda County. As part of a multidisciplinary team, the specialist will work closely with a child development specialist and family partner to conduct observations and therapy in the child’s home, preschool, or at the JFCS East Bay offices.

Duties & Essential Job Functions

  • Observe, assess, and treat children and families in their natural environments.
  • Provide dyadic work with infants, toddlers, and their primary caregivers.
  • Provide some case management.
  • Provide consultation to child care providers.
  • Provide crisis intervention services.
  • Complete all necessary paperwork and documentation on computerized client management system.
  • Conduct chart reviews and auditing.
  • Attend supervision, team meetings, and case consultations.

Qualifications & Skills

  • MSW or Masters in Counseling, Registered Intern (license preferred).
  • Experience in early childhood mental health or early childhood education.
  • Must be available to work one evening per week.
  • Experience working in diverse communities and ability to bridge cultures.
  • Committed to culturally informed practice and a multicultural learning environment.
  • Ability to work independently and part of a team.
  • Clean DMV record, current California driver’s license, and car required.

Compensation and Benefits

Compensation is dependent on experience, starting at $60,000. Benefits include medical, dental, 401(k), generous holiday and vacation, great colleagues, and a friendly, respectful work environment.

To Apply

Please submit a thoughtful cover letter and resume to Carol Singer, LCSW at . Only complete applications will be considered.

 

G/L Accountant

Our Agency

Rooted in Jewish values and historical experiences, and inspired by the strengths of the diverse communities we serve, JFCS East Bay promotes the well-being of individuals and families by providing essential mental health and social services through every stage of life. JFCS East Bay is an innovative social service agency that has served individuals and families throughout Alameda and Contra Costa counties since 1877. We are proud to provide multilingual services to older adults and their families, Holocaust survivors, children and their parents, refugees and immigrants, people with disabilities and an array of adults and children who come to us for high-quality affordable mental health services.

Our staff of more than 60 employees is characterized by its dedication, teamwork, warmth, humor, and high professional standards. Agency offices are located in downtown Berkeley (five blocks from BART) and Walnut Creek, with a satellite location in uptown Oakland.

JFCS East Bay actively seeks to hire qualified professionals who reflect the cultural and linguistic diversity of the East Bay and of our clients.

Job Summary

The GL Accountant processes monthly & recurring JE entries, prepares GL reconciliations and reconciles fixed assets for this $8 million agency. The GL Accountant will play a key role in partnering with the Director of Finance & Administration and Controller. The GL Accountant will provide timely and accurate analysis to the Director of Finance & Administration and Controller. The GL Accountant reports to the Controller, who is responsible for creating and sustaining organizational systems, financial operations, and infrastructure to improve the agency’s ability to fulfill its mission.

Duties & Essential Job Functions

  • Month End Close. Manage month end close process in compliance with timeline and processes.
  • Accounts Payable. Prepare and import selected payables into AP.
  • Accounts Receivable. Validate and import applicable home care receivables. Collect outstanding home care receivables.
  • Payroll Labor Distribution & Reconciliation. Reconcile payroll to payroll records. Prepare and record labor distribution for semi-monthly payroll.
  • General Ledger. Reconcile and document work papers.
  • Audit & Tax Returns. Prepare materials for annual audits and tax returns.
  • Contract/Grant Accounting. Record revenue entries for grants and contracts. Understand contract and grant reporting requirements. Maintain contract and grant files.
  • Other Duties as Assigned. Including, but not limited to backup accountant and payroll.

The Ideal Candidate Will

  • Demonstrate strong passion for JFCS East Bay’s mission and strong alignment with JFCS East Bay’s core values.
  • Thrive in a team oriented, fast-paced environment.
  • Be open-minded, customer-focused, solutions-driven, and demonstrate critical thinking.
  • Have ownership in month end close.
  • Embrace cultural competency while working with people of various nationalities, ethnicities, and religious affiliations, and the ability to translate that competence into vibrant, respectful internal control and financial policies and practices.
  • Partner in innovation and organizational changes improving effectiveness and efficiencies; initiating, supporting, and implementing changes to systems; and helping others to successfully manage organizational changes.
  • Identify and analyze problems, formulate analytical tools, research and collect data, weigh relevance and accuracy of data, develop and evaluate proposed solutions, and prepare presentation of process and proposals for decision-makers.
  • Manage deadlines by setting outcome expectations and planning work, continually monitoring outcome performance and providing feedback.

Qualifications

  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in a complex accounting environment, preferably in a nonprofit organization with restricted funding.
  • At least 5 years performing general (PR, AR, GL, reconciliations & work paper schedules, JE preparation) and relatively complex accounting tasks.
  • Knowledge with accounting & payroll software such as Abila (formerly known as Sage MIP), Paylocity, and Microix helpful.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance or equivalent experience.
  • General knowledge and experience of wage, garnishment, and payroll tax regulations.
  • Proficient in Word and Excel.

Compensation

Compensation is competitive, depending on experience. Benefits include medical, dental, 401(k), generous holiday and Earned Time Off (combined vacation/sick), great colleagues, and a friendly work environment.

To Apply

Please submit a resume and a cover letter describing what unique skills, experiences, and aspirations you would bring to this position to with “GL Accountant” in the subject line. Only complete applications, with resume and cover letter, will be considered.

 

NAFS Community Specialist

Our Agency

Rooted in Jewish values and historical experiences, and inspired by the strengths of the diverse communities we serve, JFCS East Bay promotes the well-being of individuals and families by providing essential mental health and social services through every stage of life. JFCS East Bay is an innovative social service agency that has served individuals and families throughout Alameda and Contra Costa counties since 1877. We are proud to provide multilingual services to older adults and their families, Holocaust survivors, children and their parents, refugees and immigrants, people with disabilities and an array of adults and children who come to us for high-quality affordable mental health services.

Our staff of more than 60 employees is characterized by its dedication, teamwork, warmth, humor, and high professional standards. Agency offices are located in downtown Berkeley (five blocks from BART) and Walnut Creek, with a satellite location in uptown Oakland.

JFCS East Bay actively seeks to hire qualified professionals who reflect the cultural and linguistic diversity of the East Bay and of our clients.

Program Description

Jewish Family & Community Services East Bay (JFCS East Bay), the International Rescue Committee (IRC) and Catholic Charities of the East Bay (CCEB) are working together to create a New American Family Strengthening Initiative. The Initiative will focus on serving Afghan families in Central and Eastern Contra Costa County who have been in the country more than 60 days. The program will provide wraparound services and referrals to Afghan families with the goal of strengthening families who are new to Contra Costa County.

Job Summary

The Community Specialist (CS) provides Afghan family and community partnering coordination for the New American Family Strengthening Program (NAFS). The NAFS Community Specialist will connect Afghan families to services provided through the initiative and those from other organizations; communicate and market NAFS groups, workshops, and community events; and facilitate referrals to program components. The CS will work closely with the NAFS Program Manager and the Wellness Case Manager to meet the NAFS program goals. The CS will oversee all outreach activities and provide refugee health screenings to individual participants.

Duties & Essential Job Functions

  • Facilitate connections within the Afghan community.
  • Work closely with the NAFS Program Manager and the NAFS Wellness Case Manager to facilitate warm hand offs to program components and community referrals.
  • Lead the coordination of an initial community-building activity.
  • Work closely with Program Manager to coordinate education programming.
  • Coordinate transportation and childcare to education and community-building events.
  • Oversee all outreach activities for the Initiative.
  • Develop new outreach opportunities within the community.
  • Be trained in and conduct refugee health screenings.
  • Link participants with deeper needs to case management.
  • Connect Afghan families to services, both provided through this initiative and those from other organizations.
  • Work closely with the Program Manager and partners to coordinate 4 to 6 educational workshops, including health education workshops for both men and women.
  • Work with Program Manager, volunteers, and paid instructors.

Qualifications

  • Share JFCS East Bay’s mission and vision of social justice.
  • Bilingual in English and Dari/Farsi required.
  • Deep knowledge and understanding of the Afghan culture and community in Contra Costa County.
  • High level of independent judgment required.
  • Works independently and as part of a team.
  • Basic computer skills in order to communicate with email and use Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with people of all ages and cultural backgrounds.
  • Well organized, efficient, highly motivated, and able to handle multiple tasks at once and take initiative.
  • Experience working with nonprofits as well as refugees and immigrants.

Compensation

Compensation is competitive, depending on experience. Benefits include medical, dental, 401(k), generous holiday and Earned Time Off (combined vacation/sick), great colleagues, and a friendly work environment.

To Apply

Please submit a resume and a cover letter to with “NAFS Community Specialist” in the subject line. Only complete applications, with resume and cover letter, will be considered.

 

Office Manager

Our Agency

Rooted in Jewish values and historical experiences, and inspired by the strengths of the diverse communities we serve, JFCS East Bay promotes the well-being of individuals and families by providing essential mental health and social services through every stage of life. JFCS East Bay is an innovative social service agency that has served individuals and families throughout Alameda and Contra Costa counties since 1877. We are proud to provide multilingual services to older adults and their families, Holocaust survivors, children and their parents, refugees and immigrants, people with disabilities and an array of adults and children who come to us for high-quality affordable mental health services.

Our staff of more than 60 employees is characterized by its dedication, teamwork, warmth, humor, and high professional standards. Agency offices are located in downtown Berkeley (five blocks from BART) and Walnut Creek, with a satellite location in uptown Oakland.

JFCS East Bay actively seeks to hire qualified professionals who reflect the cultural and linguistic diversity of the East Bay and of our clients.

Job Summary

This position will have primary responsibility for the day-to-day efficient, effective office operations of our Berkeley and Walnut Creek offices while fostering the values and culture of JFCS East Bay.

Duties & Essential Job Functions

Administrative

  • Provide high level of customer service; welcome visitors to the office and answer and respond to incoming phone calls and emails.
  • Supervise reception/administrative assistants:
    • Manage schedules.
    • Maintain adequate coverage for phones and doors and provide back up as necessary.
    • Train on policies, practices and procedures.
    • Recommend and implement policies, practices, and procedure improvements in coordination with leadership team.
    • Ensure daily cash logs are timely and accurate.
    • Ensure offices and locations have adequate and appropriate stock and supplies for efficient, effective operation.
  • Provide administrative support to the Executive Director.

Operations

  • Coordinate and manage general office operations including but not limited to:
    • Managing, ordering, and organizing office supplies, kitchen food and supplies, and clinical supplies.
    • Managing incoming and outgoing mail.
    • Monitor and manage equipment needs, repairs, and maintenance.
    • Keep all agency forms copied and stocked.
    • Keep lobbies, copy room, kitchen, file room, meeting rooms, and other common areas neat and organized.
  • Coordinate all agency and board events, including but not limited to:
    • Logistics coordination: location, food, set up, clean up.
    • Communication with staff regarding dates.
    • Assisting Executive Director with meeting information and coordination.
  • Coordinate physical plant needs for all locations and staff, including but not limited to:
    • Medi-Cal annual certifications.
    • Maintain appropriate business licenses.
    • Maintain good relationship with building management and maintenance.
    • Manage confidential shred, recycle, and trash disposal.
    • Manage janitorial relationships.
    • Coordinate and manage storage transfers, labeling, and destruction including but not limited to clinical records, donor records, and financial records.

Human Resources

  • Provide backup assistance for agency payroll processing and, if necessary, process agency payroll.
  • Ensure safety and security of all locations and train staff as necessary, including maintaining material safety data sheets and illness & injury prevention plan.
  • Coordinate with Human Resources and IT to provide quality on-boarding experiences by having work areas ready for new hires.
  • Coordinate with Human Resources and IT to provide safe and secure off-boarding experiences.

Bookkeeping

  • Manage and process agency-wide vendors and related payables.
  • Collaborate with the finance, development, and billing teams to ensure daily cash logs are accurate and timely.
  • Assist with medical and home care billing collections.
  • Mail vendor payments.
  • File accounts payable documents.

Qualifications

  • Shares JFCS East Bay’s mission and vision of social justice.
  • Works independently and as part of a team.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with people of all ages and cultural backgrounds.
  • Well-organized, efficient, highly motivated, and able to handle multiple tasks at once and take initiative.
  • Stellar organization skills and follow through.
  • Experience working with nonprofits, payroll, and collections.
  • Fluency using MS Office and Google Suite.

Compensation

Compensation is competitive, depending on experience. Benefits include medical, dental, 401(k), generous holiday and Earned Time Off (combined vacation/sick), great colleagues, and a friendly work environment.

To Apply

Please submit a resume and a cover letter to with “Office Manager” in the subject line. Only complete applications, with resume and cover letter, will be considered.

 

Staff Therapist – Adult Services

Our Agency

Rooted in Jewish values and historical experiences, and inspired by the strengths of the diverse communities we serve, JFCS East Bay promotes the well-being of individuals and families by providing essential mental health and social services through every stage of life. JFCS East Bay is an innovative social service agency that has served individuals and families throughout Alameda and Contra Costa counties since 1877. We are proud to provide multilingual services to older adults and their families, Holocaust survivors, children and their parents, refugees and immigrants, people with disabilities and an array of adults and children who come to us for high-quality affordable mental health services.

Our staff of more than 60 employees is characterized by its dedication, teamwork, warmth, humor, and high professional standards. Agency offices are located in downtown Berkeley (five blocks from BART) and Walnut Creek, with a satellite location in uptown Oakland.

JFCS East Bay actively seeks to hire qualified professionals who reflect the cultural and linguistic diversity of the East Bay and of our clients.

Job Summary

Reporting to the Director of Adult Services, the Staff Therapist provides clinical services to adults. This is an hourly position.

Duties & Essential Job Functions

  • Provide treatment to individual adults, couples, and older adults.
  • Provide treatment to older adults and their family caregivers, when appropriate.
  • Develop and facilitate support groups and workshops, as appropriate.
  • Perform record-keeping and other administrative duties necessary to carry out clinical responsibilities.
  • Comply with the JFCS East Bay policies and procedures.
  • Attend clinical staff meetings and trainings.
  • Available to work one evening per week.

Qualifications

  • Graduate degree (MSW, MA/MS, Ph.D., or equivalent.)
  • Professional license in the state of California (LCSW, Licensed Psychologist) and a minimum of 2 years’ post-licensure experience preferred.
  • Demonstrated skills in diagnosis and treatment of older adults, adults, and families, using a broad range of clinical modalities.
  • Excellent record-keeping and documentation skills.
  • Knowledge of Jewish culture and community.
  • Commitment to agency mission of promoting and strengthening the social and emotional well-being of diverse individuals and families throughout the East Bay.
  • Computer proficiency.
  • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality.
  • Spanish or other language skills highly desirable.
  • Patience, compassion, flexibility.
  • Ability to work independently and part of a team.
  • Clean DMV record, current California driver’s license, and car required.

Compensation

Compensation is competitive, depending on experience. Benefits include medical, dental, 401(k), generous holiday and Earned Time Off (combined vacation/sick), great colleagues, and a friendly work environment.

To Apply

Please submit a resume and a cover letter to with “Staff Therapist – Adult Services” in the subject line. Only complete applications, with resume and cover letter, will be considered.

 

 

JFCS East Bay is an Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age (40 or older), ancestry, color, religious creed (including religious dress and grooming practices), denial of family and medical care leave, disability (mental and physical, including HIV and AIDS), marital status, medical condition (cancer and genetic characteristics), genetic information, military and veteran status, national origin (including language use restrictions), race, sex (including pregnancy, child birth, breastfeeding, and medical conditions related to pregnancy, child birth or breastfeeding), gender, gender identity and gender expression, sexual orientation, or any other protected status in accordance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws.