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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.

Afghan Placement & Assistance Initiative – Attorney

The APA Attorney supports the ILS aspects of the APA Program, and our Afghan clients. In particular the APA Attorney will file affirmative applications before USCIS for APA clients and help to develop a sustainable affirmative asylum representation model.

Please click here for the full APA Attorney job announcement and application instructions.

Afghan Placement & Assistance Initiative – Legal Assistant

The Legal Assistant supports the Immigration Legal Services aspects of the APA Program, and our Afghan clients.

Please click here for the full APA Legal Assistant job announcement and application instructions.

Afghan Placement & Assistance Initiative – PC Afghan Case Manager

The Afghan Case Manager (CM) will work under the supervision of the Preferred Community Program Coordinator to design and deliver essential and comprehensive case management services to individuals with severe and/or concurrent vulnerabilities. The CM will plan and execute holistic services to promote self-sufficiency, independence, and wellness of Afghan Parolee clients.

Please click here for the full APA PC Afghan Case Manager job announcement and application instructions.

Afghan Placement & Assistance Initiative – Program Manager

The program manager for Afghan Placement and Assistance works across JFCS East Bay departments to ensure the successful arrival, resettlement, legal, community, and civic support of people recently displaced from Afghanistan immediately following the U.S. military withdrawal in the summer of 2021.

Please click here for the full APA Program Manager job announcement and application instructions.

Child & Adolescent Therapist

Under the supervision of the Clinical Manager, the therapist will provide treatment to school-age children, adolescents, and their families in the Berkeley office and possibly see children in their schools or homes. This position may include the provision of clinical and administrative supervision.

Please click here for the full Child & Adolescent Therapist job announcement and application instructions.

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Manager

Under the supervision of the Director of Parenting & Youth Services, the Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Manager will oversee the agency’s early childhood mental health consultation at preschools throughout the East Bay. This is an administrative position that includes direct provision of early childhood mental health consultation to some preschools.

Please click here for the full Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Manager job announcement and application instructions.

Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist/Consultant – Spanish Bilingual

JFCS East Bay is seeking an Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist/Consultant who is passionate about providing treatment to our youngest children and their families with respect, clinical excellence, and an ongoing commitment to cultural humility. This position may also include mental health consultation to teachers in the preschools.

Please click here for the full Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist/Consultant job announcement and application instructions.

Immigration Administrative Legal Assistant

The Administrative Legal Assistant supports the Immigration Legal Services Program and our Spanish speaking clients. JFCS East Bay’s Immigration Legal Services program provides professional assistance to immigrants and refugees applying for a range of immigration legal services in our Concord office.

Please click here for the full Immigration Administrative Legal Assistant job announcement and application instructions

Parenting & Youth Clinical Manager

The Clinical Manager provides oversight for the supervisors and clinicians using a relationship-based model to provide early childhood mental health services and case management to children 0-5 and their families, as well as older children.

Please click here for the full Clinical Manager job announcement and application instructions.

Refugee Housing Specialist

The Housing Specialist secures and coordinates the furnishing of safe, sanitary, and affordable housing for newly arriving refugees.

Please click here for the full Housing Specialist job announcement and application instructions.

Refugee Mental Health Practitioner

The Refugee Mental Health Practitioner provides mental health services to refugees, training for community providers, and consultation to other refugee-serving staff. Reporting to the Director of Refugee Services, the Refugee Mental Health Practitioner must have well-developed written and verbal skills in Dari/Farsi or extensive experience working with interpreters. This is a part-time (22.5 hours per week) position based in our Concord office.

Please click here for the full Refugee Mental Health Practitioner job announcement and application instructions.

Refugee Resettlement Case Assistant

The Resettlement Case Assistant supports case managers to provide services to newly arrived refugees.

Please click here for the full Resettlement Case Assistant job announcement and application instructions.

Refugee Resettlement Case Manager

The Resettlement Case Manager provides services to newly arrived refugees and Special Immigrant Visa holders during the initial ninety-day period of resettlement.

Please click here for the full Resettlement Case Manager job announcement and application instructions.

JFCS East Bay is an Equal Opportunity employer that highly values diversity 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.