Bilingual Clinical Supervisor (English/Spanish language skills required)

WestCoast Children’s Clinic is seeking a Bilingual Clinical Supervisor in the Outpatient (OTP) and Intern Training programs to provide clinical oversight and quality assurance to unlicensed and licensed staff clinicians, doctoral interns and residents who provide community-based mental health care services with a focus on trauma-informed services to children, youth and families. The supervisor is legally responsible for adherence to all applicable licensing, supervision, billing, documentation requirements and overseeing the timeliness and quality of a staff member’s clinical work. This position works with Outpatient and Intern Training Program Directors to identify policies, procedures, and training needs.

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Staff Accountant

WestCoast Children’s Clinic seeks a talented Staff Accountant who is dedicated to helping our agency make a difference in the community. We are looking for a detail-oriented and skilled accountant who will be responsible for processing a variety of accounting transactions in the Sage MIP accounting system.  Responsibilities of this position will include preparing general ledger entries, producing monthly financial reporting, preparing bank and balance sheet reconciliations, and supporting the annual audit and tax preparation.

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Receptionist (Bilingual, Spanish)

Position Overview

WestCoast Children’s Clinic is currently seeking a well-organized, highly efficient Receptionist to join our Admin Office and Facilities team.  This is a high-contact, high visibility role that demands a client focused and solutions oriented person with confidence in taking on multiple tasks while working in a fast-paced, high-traffic area. The Receptionist is the first contact for many of our clients and is responsible for the overall appearance and accessibility of the client waiting areas, ensuring the safety and comfort of clients and visitors, greeting clients as they arrive, answering queries by phone and providing general support for the Office and Facilities Manager in a variety of exciting ways.  The front desk is often a service hub for Clinical staff serving as a natural bridge with clients as they arrive and exit. Continue reading

Mental Health Therapist – Transition Age Youth (multiple openings)

WestCoast Children’s Clinic is seeking multiple TAYS Clinician for the Catch-21 Program and C-Change Program, who are passionate about improving the lives of underserved adolescents. The TAYS Clinicians provide community-based, intensive strategies to address any current need for stabilization, crisis intervention and trauma-focused treatment.  Continue reading

Mental Health Therapists – Screening, Stabilization and Transition (STAT)

WestCoast Children’s Clinic’s STAT Program is seeking multiple, skilled Mental Health Clinicians who are dedicated to optimizing the social and emotional wellbeing of children, youth and families. Clinicians provide community-based, intensive strategies to address current needs for stabilization, crisis intervention and trauma-focused treatment. We are looking for effective clinicians and collaborators who will provide superb psychosocial assessments, treatment planning, individual and family therapy, and case management. Continue reading

Executive Assistant

WestCoast Children’s Clinic is seeking a skilled Executive Assistant who is responsible for the organization and execution of the major projects and plans of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chief Financial Officer (CFO). This position also provides administrative support and reports directly to the CEO and CFO.

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Outpatient Clinician (multiple openings)

Our Outpatient Mental Health services are uniquely suited to meet the needs of vulnerable and high-risk children, adolescents and families — particularly those involved in the Alameda County foster care system. Our mental health clinicians see clients at our Fruitvale clinic as well as in community settings, meeting families at their greatest point of need, equipping them with the tools and linkages to help overcome what often are multiple traumatic events. 

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