Job Opportunities

Job Opportunities Among NAGC Members

As a member benefit, we will post job opportunities. Please email us a description of the opportunity including a link to a website for more information.

Current Opportunities among NAGC members:

COPE - Melville, NY- Clinical Director

COPE is looking for a Clinical Director. The Clinical Director is a key leadership position, responsible for overseeing clinically-related programming for COPE including bereavement support groups, healing workshops, the volunteer-driven phone support line, and any clinically-related training. The Clinical Director oversees all COPE facilitators, reports to the Executive Director and provides periodic program reports to the Program Committee and Board of Directors. This is a full-time exempt employee position with some evenings and weekends required. Click HERE for more info and how to apply.
Posted 3/6/20


The Children's Room - Arlington, Massachusetts - Communications and Marketing Manager

The Children’s Room (TCR) in Arlington, MA is looking for an experienced Communications & Marketing Manager to join our team. Working closely with the Executive Director, as well as Philanthropy and Program teams, the Communications & Marketing Manager will oversee all communications and marketing functions of the organization. In support of our newly launched strategic plan, this position will do the critical work of spreading the word on our life-changing programming. Click HERE for more info.


Valerie's House - Ft. Myers, Florida - Assistant Director of Family Care

The Assistant Director of Family Care (ADFC) is responsible for assisting with the overall management of the programs for children and families of Valerie’s House (VH). This position is an “All In” position and must be flexible to working in an organization that is grass roots and constantly evolving. This person will have a deep passion for helping children overcome trauma and grief. The number one responsibility of the ADFC is to provide support, care and compassion for Valerie’s House children and their families. Click HERE for more info.


Care Dimensions- Waltham, Massachusetts GREATER BOSTON CHILDREN’S PROGRAM COORDINATOR:

Summary: As a member of the interdisciplinary team, the Children’s Programs Coordinator works under the supervision of the Children’s Program Manager and is responsible for overseeing the provision of children’s services by the interdisciplinary hospice team, and planning and providing bereavement counseling and related services to families served by Care Dimensions and the Bertolon Center for Grief and Healing. This position is located out of the Greater Boston Office (Waltham).

What You'll Bring: • Master’s degree from an accredited school of social work, psychology, child life & family studies or related field, with an emphasis on or additional training in, child development. • Certification as Child Life Specialist or, LCSW/LICSW, LMHC required. CCLS Preferred. • Minimum of two years’ experience working with children. • Two years’ experience in the field of grief counseling preferred. • Understanding of and experience in utilizing expressive therapeutic techniques working with children/teens. • Strong interpersonal and presentation skills, and demonstrated ability in program development and promotion. • Experience and training in leading support groups, and skill in the area of psychosocial assessment of children and families. • Demonstrated understanding of hospice philosophy and principles. • Demonstrated ability to be self-directed, flexible and cooperative in fulfilling role obligation, and ability to work effectively within an interdisciplinary team. • Must be a licensed driver with an automobile that is insured in accordance with state and/or organization requirements and in good working order.

https://www.caredimensions.org/


Elijah’s Place (EP): Beaumont, Texas

Elijah's Place is seeking a Program DirectorThis full-time position will be responsible for all aspects of the Elijah’s Place Program, while providing a source of healing, growth, and wholeness for grieving families participating in the program.  The program serves persons from all areas of the Diocese of Beaumont, from all religious, economic and ethnic backgrounds. Other duties will include supervision and training of volunteers, budgeting and financial management, and ongoing development of service delivery.  Master’s level degree preferred and state licensure/certification appropriate to their degree in social work, counseling, education, or related field is required. Background in counseling, social work, or education and experience working with children, adolescents, and/or families.  Demonstrated sensitivity to diverse cultures.  Demonstrated knowledge and ability in planning, research and evaluation methodology, and quality improvement.  Bi-lingual in Spanish a plus.  Experience in administering programs and supervisory skills.  Proven leadership, administrative and organizational abilities.  Strong written and verbal communication skills.  Ability to identify priorities and coordinate a variety of functions and tasks.  Must have reliable transportation and annually provide copy of current valid Driver’s license and proof of personal automobile insurance to the Administration Office.

Telephone and email inquiries about the position will not be accepted. All applicants must submit a cover letter & resume with salary history BY MAIL to:

EP Program Director Search
Catholic Charities of Southeast Texas
2780 Eastex Freeway
Beaumont, TX 77703

OR FAX to: 409-832-0145OR EMAIL to:  with subject line EP Program Director Search.

Deadline for submission: Open Until Filled


 Compassionate Friends

Compassionate Friends is hiring a new Executive Director. Please click HERE to find more information.


Phoenix, Arizona: Hospice of the Valley
Seeking a Pediatric Grief Counselor to work jointly with Phoenix Children's Hospital and Ryan House. This position will be responsible to help develop a comprehensive full-spectrum prenatal, perinatal and pediatric grief support program with a seamless continuum of care to serve all bereaved children and families in our organizations. This grant funded role will provide professional counseling, support services, and in-depth education about grief and loss to support children facing and following the death of a sibling and their families. For more information: Click HERE
Posted 9/30/2019


Arlington, Massachusetts: The Children's Room
Seeking a Pediatric Grief Counselor to work jointly with Phoenix Children's Hospital and Ryan House. This position will be responsible to help develop a comprehensive full-spectrum prenatal, perinatal and pediatric grief support program with a seamless continuum of care to serve all bereaved children and families in our organizations. This grant funded role will provide professional counseling, support services, and in-depth education about grief and loss to support children facing and following the death of a sibling and their families.The Children’s Room is the leading nonprofit bereavement organization in Massachusetts dedicated to creating safe, supportive communities to that no child, teen, or family has to grieve alone.  We offer grief support, training and education.  Our support services are for families with children (ages 3.6 - 18) who have experienced the death of a parent or sibling. https://childrensroom.org/about/

Position Summary: The Annual Giving Manager is responsible for the successful implementation and management of annual fundraising events and activities based on the Benevon fundraising model.  In collaboration with the Philanthropy Director will set goals and implementation plans for annual activities including Circle of Hope Breakfast, Tours, Memories Walk, Marathon, Appeals and Donor Report.  Participate as team leader for Sustainable Fundraising Committee (SFC) team.

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Posted 7/18/19


Portland, OR: The Dougy, The National Center for Grieving Children & Families

The Dougy Center is seeking a Major Gift Officer to join our organization during a time of growth and innovation. For more than 35 years, The Dougy Center has led the nation in providing grief support for children, teens, and young adults. This new position will join organizational leadership in developing and executing a campaign to significantly expand local grief support groups while creating a stronger network of support for grieving children and families.

A full posting may be found at: https://www.dougy.org/about-us/employment/ 

Posted 7.18.19