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:Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss - Mountainside, NJ, - Executive DirectorImagine is searching for a new Executive Director. Under the general direction of the policies adopted by the Imagine Board of Trustees, the Executive Director oversees and directs all operational aspects of Imagine ensuring that the delivery of services is consistent with the mission and strategic vision of Imagine and as outlined by the Bylaws of the Corporation. The Executive Director is expected to enable and ensure the success, viability, and relevance of the organization through developing excellent working relationships with staff, volunteers, community partners, donors, and all stakeholders. The Executive Director provides leadership and supervision of staff and oversees successful development activities, and strong budgetary and financial controls. For more information click HERE. Hearts to Art - Chicago, IL, - 3 part time healing counselorsHealing Counselors are licensed practitioners (LCSW, LCPC, LSW, LPC) who work directly with theHealing Counselors are licensed practitioners (LCSW, LCPC, LSW, LPC) who work directly with thecampers to lead small healing groups 8 times over the 4 weeks of camp (4 times per campsession) to help campers navigate their feelings about their loss and have a safe place to expressthemselves. Healing Counselors are a part time position, expected to work approximately 35hours between June-Early August. The ideal candidate will have 5+ years of experience workingwith children, bereavement, grief, and working with high trauma populations. They will haveexperience leading group sessions, working in play therapy, and creating/customizing their workto a wide range of ages, needs, and personalities. They will have a passion for and belief in thearts, if not experience in the arts. Pay rate is commensurate with licensing. For more information click HERE.
The Blue Butterfly Family Grief Center - Lakewood Ranch, FL - Part Time Counselor
The Blue Butterfly Family Grief Center is seeking a part time counselor to expand our program to the Newtown Sarasota, FL area. This position will be responsible for the expansion of the program into this diverse area, as well as recruit families and volunteers. Intake assessments, individual sessions and support group sessions will be the bulk of your responsibilities.
Please reach out to Danielle Visone, LCSW at with questions and visit our website at www.Bluebutterflycenter.org to learn more.
Calm Waters Center for Children and Families- Oklahoma City, OK- Assistant Programs Director
Calm Waters is growing and we are currently hiring for a full-time, salaried Assistant Programs Director. Operating under the oversight of the Clinical and Programs Director, the Assistant Programs Director is responsible for creating, managing, and overseeing all programming efforts including center groups, school groups, and Parenting through Divorce seminars. Additionally, the Programs Director is responsible for the training and supervision of program volunteers, Contract Facilitators, as well as non-clinical graduate and undergraduate interns.
This position requires a Master’s Degree in Counseling, Social Work, Human Development or a related field.
Cornerstone of Hope Grief Center Careers - Independence, OHIO Cornerstone of Hope is a non-profit comprehensive bereavement care organization with grief center locations in Cleveland, Columbus, and Lima. Candidates interested in applying for career opportunities at Cornerstone of Hope should forward their resume and the cover letter, as detailed in the job posting, to .
Clinical Director – Central Ohio
All applicants must have a master’s degree and be an independently licensed in Counseling (PCC-S) or Social Work (LISW-S) with at least 3 years of Clinical Supervisory experience. Direct
counseling and group work experience; bereavement experience; and the ability to lead a team and build a program, 40 hours per week. Call Maryann Mackey at 216-524-HOPE (4673) if you have any questions or to confirm successful receipt of resume. E-mail resumes to:
A Caring Hand in New York City is currently seeking a Part time Clinical program Director that is energetic, creative, ambitious and a leader during these difficult and challenging times. This is a key leadership position, responsible for overseeing our bereavement support groups, community outreach and working directly with the Executive Director to ensure all program goals are being met. The anticipated work schedule for this position is 15-20 hours per week with the opportunity of it turning into a full-time position. Due to Covid-19 the position is remote. For more information click HERE.
Tidewell Hospice- Lakewood Ranch, FL- Blue Butterfly Counselor
The purpose of the Blue Butterfly Counselor is to enhance the quality of the Blue Butterfly Family Grief Center for Tidewell Hospice families, and community families. The Blue Butterfly Counselor will provide bereavement education, interventions and support services through individual and group support, grief workshops or seminars, resource information and referrals to other agencies as appropriate.
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Companions on a Journey – West Chester, OH (Cincinnati Area)- Director of Bereavement Counseling & Outreach
The Director of Bereavement Counseling & Outreach will support Companions on a Journey with our mission of bringing hope, strength, and healing to those who have experienced the death of a loved one. Through group facilitation, community outreach, program development, and relationship management duties, the Director will be responsible for timely, professional, and caring support and communications to a variety of COJ’s stakeholders, including: bereaved adults, children, teens, and families; community partners; board members; donors; volunteers; and fellow staff.
We’re seeking a team player with bereavement/ mental health training and experience, top-notch relationship-building skills, and a special heart for grieving families to join COJ’s small, but mighty team. The anticipated work schedule for this position is 20-25 hours per week with the opportunity for a reduced summer schedule. This role will operate out of COJ’s West Chester offices, with some weekly time spent traveling locally for corporate and community outreach visits and COJ support group sessions held at various off-site locations. Some evening hours (up to 1-2 nights/ week) and occasional weekend hours will be required of this role. NOTE: Currently, our team is working mostly on a remote basis due to COVID-19.
Click here for additional details and to apply!
Willow House- Bannockburn, Illinois (Chicagoland area)- Clinical School and Community Program Coordinator - Part-time
The Clinical School and Community Program Coordinator is a part-time position working in schools and the greater Chicagoland community. This position requires a Masters’s degree in social work, psychology, counseling, or related fields. Licensure in a mental health field preferred. This position will facilitate in-school grief groups, provide crisis consultation, grief education presentations/in-services, and outreach to schools throughout the Chicagoland area. In addition to these responsibilities, this position will also provide grief support services for non-school organizations, provide community education and workshops, and other special projects related to COVID-19 mental health support. Those with group facilitation and bereavement work experience are encouraged to apply. Spanish speaking is a plus, but not required. Reliable transportation and the ability to work remotely is required. Must have the ability to attend monthly staff meetings in Bannockburn/Deerfield and bi-weekly phone check-ins. Click HERE to apply for the position.
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.
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.
Elijah’s Place (EP): Beaumont, Texas
Elijah's Place is seeking a Program Director. This 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:
OR FAX to: 409-832-0145OR EMAIL to: with subject line EP Program Director Search.
Deadline for submission: Open Until Filled