Job Opportunities

Job Opportunities at the NACG

Our team is growing!  We are delighted to add a National Clinical Director and Business Manager to our team.  The application window has closed and we are reviewing applications currently.  If you applied, thank you.  We will be in touch regarding your application once we complete our review. Questions?  Email .

Business Manager - Part-time, Virtual, USA 

The National Alliance for Children’s Grief is currently seeking a Business Manager to organize and coordinate processes and procedures supporting organizational effectiveness, efficiency, and safety.

The ideal candidate would be an energetic professional who is comfortable wearing multiple hats and experienced in handling a wide range of administrative and staff support related tasks. The candidate would be able to work independently with little or no supervision, be well organized, flexible and enjoy the administrative challenges of supporting an organization of diverse people. The candidate must hold anti-racist values and be dedicated to practicing from an anti-oppression lens. Bi-lingual skills would be appreciated.

Download the job description here.


 

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:

The Children's Room - Arlington MA

Per-diem Spanish-speaking clinician
We are seeking a Spanish-speaking per diem (8-10 hours/week) clinician to co-facilitate bereavement groups with school and community partners. This is on an as needed basis throughout the year for groups that run either 6-10 weeks consecutively or a group that runs periodically throughout the school year. This position is a member of the Program Team and will report directly to the Associate Program Director.
For more infomation click HERE

Our House - California

Executive Director
OUR HOUSE is seeking a self-driven, empathetic, and caring leader with demonstrated success in team leadership and fundraising as its next Executive Director to lead the agency toward continued sustainability and success in accomplishing its strategic priorities and objectives.
The Executive Director is responsible for the agency’s consistent achievement of its grief support mission, strategic goals, and fund development/financial objectives, helping to maintain the agency’s excellent reputation. The Executive Director supervises and empowers the agency’s leadership team of four directors and assists the Board in fulfilling its governance functions, ensuring that all Board members, staff, volunteers, and donors are working to achieve a common vision and purpose. Reporting to the Chair of the Board of Directors, the Executive Director supports the agency’s entrepreneurial, nimble, and collaborative style and oversees an annual budget of approximately $2.8 million and a total staff of 24.
This is a temporarily remote position.

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Qualified Candidates can send letters of interest and resume to:

No telephone inquiries please
Please indicate the job you are applying for in the subject line

Chief Development Officer
OUR HOUSE is seeking an experienced fundraising professional with a demonstrated track record of personally closing gifts of $10K-$1M+. The Chief Development Officer will be a key member of the agency’s leadership team, with diverse responsibilities that include: manage, supervise, and empower the Fund Development team; guide creative strategic planning for agency sustainment and expansion; oversee all fundraising, cultivation, and stewardship, in partnership with staff, Board of Directors and community leaders; plan and execute all fundraising events; and lead donor data management.
This is a temporarily remote position.

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Qualified Candidates can send letters of interest and resume to:

No telephone inquiries please
Please indicate the job you are applying for in the subject line

Part-Time Evening Administrative Assistant
West Los Angeles. OUR HOUSE Grief Support Center is seeking a part-time evening Administrative Assistant to perform a variety of duties including but not limited to front desk client and volunteer support, providing administrative support to the development and clinical staff, seasonal program support, database administration and event assistance. This position requires being present on-site in the evenings while support groups are being conducted.
Qualifications: extraordinarily systems and detail-oriented, proficient in Excel & Microsoft Suite, works well within a team, welcoming and warm demeanor
This is not a remote position.
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Operations & Spanish Satellite Assistant
West Los Angeles. OUR HOUSE Grief Support Center is seeking a detail-oriented operations specialist to join our team and perform a variety of duties including but not limited to client and volunteer support, and administrative support for our program staff. Candidate must be fluent in Spanish as they will be providing direct administrative support to our Spanish Satellite program.
Qualifications: extraordinarily systems and detail-oriented, proficient in Excel & Microsoft Suite, works well within a team, welcoming and warm demeanor
This is a temporarily remote position.
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Qualified Candidates for either position can send letters of interest and resume to:
Shannon Boren, Director of Operations:
No telephone inquiries please

Associate Clinical Coordinator of Adult Programs
OUR HOUSE Grief Support Center (based in West Los Angeles) seeks a full time Associate Clinical Coordinator to join a dynamic team of professionals committed to serving the needs of grievers with California’s leading provider of grief support services. Diverse job responsibilities include: coordinating adult grief support groups; assisting the team and Clinical Director with group, education, and training including our Medical Education Program; conducting groups and pre-group appointments; training volunteers; and assisting with data management.Qualifications: Master’s degree in Mental Health and related fields, with minimum 1-4 years post graduate experience working in bereavement and/or trauma-focused programs with adults; warm and personable; strong organizational, writing, public speaking skills. Systems and detail-oriented, strong interest in working with grief and loss.
This is a temporarily remote position.
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Associate Clinical & Volunteer Coordinator (Adult Program)
OUR HOUSE Grief Support Center (based in Woodland Hills location) seeks a Full Time Associate Clinical and Volunteer Coordinator to assist the Senior Clinical and Volunteer Coordinator and the Adult Team through diverse job responsibilities: perform clinical and administrative duties: screening in-coming calls, addressing inquiries; addressing walk-in and phone emergencies, leading support groups and pre-group appointments, volunteer coordination, volunteer training. Qualifications: Master’s degree in social work or psychology related field required; must have strong interest in working with grief and loss and be detail oriented, collaborative with strong interpersonal skills. Competitive salary and benefits
This is a temporarily remote position.
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Qualified candidates can send letters of interest, resumes, & salary requirements to:
Elsa Stefanian, LCSW, Clinical Director of Adult Programs-
No telephone inquiries please
Please indicate the job you are applying for in the subject line

Associate Clinical Coordinator of Child & Adolescent Programs
OUR HOUSE Grief Support Center seeks a full-time LCSW or license -eligible MSW to coordinate the Child and Adolescent Program, including clinical work with grieving children and teens in English and Spanish; screening, training, and supervising volunteer group leaders; leading grief support groups; conducting educational presentations in the community and serving as a grief specialist at Camp Erin-Los Angeles. Co-located in Woodland Hills and West Los Angeles (currently remote only). Qualifications: Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a minimum of 3 years’ experience working with children and families from culturally diverse backgrounds; public speaking and excellent communication skills. Bilingual Spanish & English required.

This is a temporarily remote position.

Qualified professionals can send letters of interest, resumes, & salary requirements to:
Lauren Schneider, LCSW, Clinical Director of Children’s Programs

No telephone inquiries please.

The Healing Center – Seattle, WA – Part-time Youth Program Therapist

The Healing Center is looking for a part-time, Youth Program Therapist.  Under the direction of the Clinical Director, the Youth Program Therapist is responsible for planning and facilitating open-ended grief support groups for children and teens who have experienced the death of a loved one. This position collaborates with other program staff and volunteers on planning and implementing innovative grief support in the Seattle area.

This position requires completed or in-progress licensure as an LMHCA, LMFTA, LSWAIC or equivalent and a Master’s Degree in Counseling or a related field.

To apply or view the full job description, please visit, https://www.indeed.com/job/youth-program-therapist-6a356f88b24c3548.

Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss - Mountainside, NJ, - Executive Director

Imagine 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.
Center for Grieving Children - Portland, Maine -  Bereavement Program Coordinator

This full-time (40 hrs/week) Program position provides caring and compassionate support to bereaved families and community members. The Center’s service model is volunteer based peer support. This position will be primarily responsible for providing general support in the Center’s Bereavement Program, activities including supporting and managing volunteers, family phone calls, initial family meetings, community enquiries, community outreach and education, and coordinating the delivery of programming in York County. Resumes can be submitted by email to .

Hearts to Art - Chicago, IL, - 3 part time healing counselors
Healing 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.
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Posted 4.8.21


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.

The full job description is posted on our website here: https://www.calmwaters.org/careers/
To apply: email your cover letter and resume to the hiring manager, Heather Warfield, LMFT at .

Posted 4.8.21