Open Career Opportunities

We Care Services for Children serves families with children ages 0-6 at risk for experiencing life-impacting developmental and behavioral health challenges. We offer a wide array of targeted, effective, and compassionate services designed to meet the individual needs of each child:

We offer a wide array of targeted, effective, and compassionate services designed to meet the individual needs of each child:

  • Early intervention services via our inclusive classrooms, state preschool, and developmental playgroups;
  • Mental health services provided in the home and in our clinic and classrooms;
  • Individualized, coordinated, family-driven wraparound services; and
  • Mental health consultation for the licensed childcare community in Contra Costa County.

Our programs are based on the belief that each child and family is unique and we honor their beliefs and cultural, linguistic, racial, and socioeconomic diversity while supporting each family and child to reach their full potential, regardless of their abilities or circumstances.

Please submit a cover letter and resume by email only to:  careers@wecarechildren.org 


Billing Quality Assistant (Part Time)

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Two years of general administrative business/office experience
  • Some experience with data manipulation and analysis using Excel and Google Sheets
  • Excellent communication skills and attention to detail
  • Diligent and methodical at problem-solving
  • Strong organizational and time management skills
  • Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues

Job Summary

Seeking a qualified Billing Quality Assistant for the Mental Health Department. This is a part-time position working 20-25 hours per week. The Assistant will review electronic billing record for inconsistencies and trouble shoot problems involving various entities within the company, and within the Contra Costa County Behavioral Health department.The ideal candidate is someone who enjoys working with data, has meticulous attention to detail, and is wanting to work for a non-profit dedicated to making a significant positive difference in the lives of young children and families.

Responsibilities

  • Work together with our administration, billing and Quality Assurance staff to improve data quality for our mental health operations and billing
  • Assist the QA Coordinator with providing feedback to staff regarding clinical audits and regulation updates
  • Attend county quality improvement meetings.
  • Assist the QA Coordinator with developing/maintaining policies and procedures for the Mental Health program.
  • Assist the QA Coordinator in internal audits of documentation.
  • Review data reports and clinical staff billing data weekly and monthly
  • Troubleshoot data discrepancies as required
  • Work cross-functionally to ensure data quality issues are resolved
  • Escalate issues to impacted internal stakeholders 
  • Create documentation and guidelines for standard operating procedures
  • Help identify opportunities for process improvement
  • Provide backup data entry for billing and reporting systems when needed
  • Support the team on any additional projects related to billing submission and data quality

We Offer

  • Full-time employees have access to a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental and many other voluntary coverage, 403(b) retirement savings plan, generous vacation and paid holidays
  • Rewarding work environment with passion-driven team dedicated to social good
  • Flexible work schedule, with attention to work/life balance 
  • On the job training and career development

Please submit a cover letter and resume by email only to:  careers@wecarechildren.org 


Mental Health Child & Family Therapist (License or License-Eligible)

Minimum Qualifications

  • Master’s Degree in: Social Work, Counseling or Clinical Psychology.
  • Licensed, or License Eligible MFT, LCSW, PhD or PsyD.
  • Previous clinical (mental health) experience working with children and families in multicultural communities.
  • Valid California driver’s license, auto insurance and car.

Job Summary

Seeking a licensed or license-eligible Psychologist, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker, or Post-Masters Associate with clinical experience working with young children and families. The Therapist provides home- and clinic-based infant/child-parent psychotherapy and clinical case management services to children from birth to six years old and their parents/caregivers. You will join a strong team of clinical colleagues who are passionate about serving the needs of young children and families. Through targeted, compassionate, and effective early intervention services, We Care helps young children and their families reach their full potential, regardless of their abilities or circumstances.

Duties

  • Assesses clients to determine appropriate diagnosis, treatment modality and interventions, with clinical consultation as needed.
  • Develops treatment plans based on clinical assessment of client and family needs.
  • Provides dyadic therapy and collateral services in the home, community and/or office, as well as case management, such as linking clients to community resources and/or coordinating contacts with other service providers.
  • Maintains an appropriate caseload and meets program billing goals.
  • Participates in case consultations with other treatment team members as needed.
  • Documents billable services according to county guidelines.
  • Prepares files on a yearly basis for EPSDT Utilization Review.
  • Attends all agency staff meetings and designated training events.
  • Performs related duties as required.

Skills Required

  • Knowledge of early childhood development and mental health and the ability to apply this knowledge to relationship based infant/child parent-psychotherapy.
  • Clinical experience providing trauma-informed services to young children and their families.
  • Ability to accurately form diagnostic assessments of the mental health needs of young children, and to work under pressure of crisis situations at times.
  • Ability to establish and sustain therapeutic alliance with young children and family members of diverse cultural backgrounds, with a commitment to cultural sensitivity and awareness.
  • Ability to exercise good judgment and work independently on a day-today basis clinically, legally and ethically, and to consult with supervisor when appropriate.
  • Must have working knowledge of all laws pertaining to mental health in general and child abuse in particular and be able to apply them in everyday practice.
  • Prior home- or community-based clinical experience is a plus.
  • Bicultural/bilingual preferred. 

We Offer

  • Full-time employees have access to a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental and many other voluntary coverage, 403(b) retirement savings plan, generous vacation and paid holidays
  • Rewarding work environment with passion-driven team dedicated to social good
  • Flexible work schedule, with attention to work/life balance 
  • On the job training and career development

Please submit a cover letter and resume by email only to:  careers@wecarechildren.org 


Mental Health Child & Family Therapist –Bilingual (License or License-Eligible)

Qualifications

  • Master’s Degree in: Social Work, Counseling or Clinical Psychology.
  • Licensed, or License Eligible MFT, LCSW, PhD or PsyD.
  • Spanish language fluency is a requirement.
  • Experience working with young children and their families.
  • Previous clinical experience working in multicultural communities.
  • Valid California driver’s license, auto insurance and car.

Job Summary

Under general supervision of the Mental Health Director and Clinical Supervisor this position provides home- and clinic-based infant/child-parent psychotherapy and clinical case management services to children from birth to six years old and their parents/caregivers in both Spanish and English. Being able to communicate with families proficiently in both English and Spanish is a requirement for this position.

Responsibilities

  • Assesses clients to determine appropriate diagnosis, treatment modality and interventions, with clinical consultation as needed.
  • Develops treatment plans based on clinical assessment of client and family needs.
  • Provides dyadic therapy and collateral services in the home, community and/or office, as well as case management, such as linking clients to community resources and/or coordinating contacts with other service providers.
  • Maintains an appropriate caseload and meets program billing goals.
  • Participates in case consultations with other treatment team members as needed.
  • Documents billable services according to county guidelines.
  • Prepares files on a yearly basis for EPSDT Utilization Review.
  • Attends all agency staff meetings and designated training events.
  • Performs related duties as required.

Skills Required

  • Candidate must be bilingual PROFICIENT in both Spanish and English.
  • Knowledge of early childhood development and mental health and the ability to apply this knowledge to relationship based infant/child parent-psychotherapy.
  • Clinical experience providing trauma-informed services to young children and their families.
  • Ability to accurately form diagnostic assessments of the mental health needs of young children, and to work under pressure of crisis situations at times.
  • Ability to establish and sustain therapeutic alliance with young children and family members of diverse cultural backgrounds, with a commitment to cultural sensitivity and awareness.
  • Ability to exercise good judgment and work independently on a day-today basis clinically, legally and ethically, and to consult with supervisor when appropriate.
  • Must have working knowledge of all laws pertaining to mental health in general and child abuse in particular and be able to apply them in everyday practice.
  • Prior home- or community-based clinical experience is a plus.

Please submit a cover letter and resume by email only to:  careers@wecarechildren.org 

 

Infant Mental Health Specialist

Qualifications

  • CA Licensed, or License Eligible MFT, LCSW, PhD or PsyD
  • Bi-cultural/bilingual preferred
  • Valid California driver’s license, auto insurance and car.

Job Summary

An exciting new role is now open for a skilled specialist in infant-family and early childhood mental health!  This position will contribute to program development for a new Infant Mental Health program, and serve the needs of families with infants from birth to 18 months of age. 

Skills Required

  • Clinical experience providing trauma-informed services to young children and their families, with some experience and/or interest in working with infants and caregivers.
  • Ability to accurately form diagnostic assessments of the developmental and behavioral health needs of infants and young children, and to work under pressure of crisis situations at times.
  • Ability to establish and sustain therapeutic alliance with young children and family members of diverse cultural backgrounds, with a commitment to cultural sensitivity and awareness.
  • Ability to exercise good judgment and work independently on a day-today basis clinically, legally and ethically, and to consult with supervisor when appropriate.
  • Prior home- or community-based clinical experience is a plus.

We Care is located in Concord, CA, an easy 30-minute counter-commute drive from the Oakland/Berkeley area. 

We Offer

  • Full-time employees have access to a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental and many other voluntary coverage, 403(b) retirement savings plan, generous vacation and paid holidays
  • Rewarding work environment with passion-driven team dedicated to social good
  • Flexible work schedule, with attention to work/life balance 
  • On the job training and career development

Please submit a cover letter and resume by email only to:  careers@wecarechildren.org 


 Child & Family Therapist –Bilingual (Spanish)

Qualifications

  • Master’s Degree in: Social Work, Counseling or Clinical Psychology.
  • Licensed, or License Eligible MFT, LCSW, PhD or PsyD.
  • Spanish language fluency is a requirement.
  • Experience working with young children and their families.
  • Previous clinical experience working in multicultural communities.
  • Valid California driver’s license, auto insurance and car.

Job Summary

Under general supervision of the Mental Health Director and Clinical Supervisor this position provides home- and clinic-based infant/child-parent psychotherapy and clinical case management services to children from birth to six years old and their parents/caregivers in both Spanish and English. Being able to communicate with families proficiently in both English and Spanish is a requirement for this position.

Responsibilities

  • Assesses clients to determine appropriate diagnosis, treatment modality and interventions, with clinical consultation as needed.
  • Develops treatment plans based on clinical assessment of client and family needs.
  • Provides dyadic therapy and collateral services in the home, community and/or office, as well as case management, such as linking clients to community resources and/or coordinating contacts with other service providers.
  • Maintains an appropriate caseload and meets program billing goals.
  • Participates in case consultations with other treatment team members as needed.
  • Documents billable services according to county guidelines.
  • Prepares files on a yearly basis for EPSDT Utilization Review.
  • Attends all agency staff meetings and designated training events.
  • Performs related duties as required.

Skills Required

  • Candidate must be bilingual PROFICIENT in both Spanish and English.
  • Knowledge of early childhood development and mental health and the ability to apply this knowledge to relationship based infant/child parent-psychotherapy.
  • Clinical experience providing trauma-informed services to young children and their families.
  • Ability to accurately form diagnostic assessments of the mental health needs of young children, and to work under pressure of crisis situations at times.
  • Ability to establish and sustain therapeutic alliance with young children and family members of diverse cultural backgrounds, with a commitment to cultural sensitivity and awareness.
  • Ability to exercise good judgment and work independently on a day-today basis clinically, legally and ethically, and to consult with supervisor when appropriate.
  • Must have working knowledge of all laws pertaining to mental health in general and child abuse in particular and be able to apply them in everyday practice.
  • Prior home- or community-based clinical experience is a plus.

We Offer

  • Full-time employees have access to a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental and many other voluntary coverage, 403(b) retirement savings plan, generous vacation and paid holidays
  • Rewarding work environment with passion-driven team dedicated to social good
  • Flexible work schedule, with attention to work/life balance 
  • On the job training and career development

Please submit a cover letter and resume by email only to:  careers@wecarechildren.org 


On Call Substitute Teacher Associate

This position is hourly as needed Monday through Friday.

Requirements:
This position requires fingerprint clearance including criminal background check as well as passing a standard physical with TB clearance.

Experience and Education:

  • Minimum 6 ECE Units
  • High school graduate
  • Proficient writing skills
  • Able to clearly communicate with children, staff, and families
  • Able to function as a team member
  • Exhibit a genuine interest in children and their welfare
  • Experience and/or training working with young children, preferably those with special needs

Bi-lingual Spanish/English encouraged to apply

We Offer

  • Full-time employees have access to a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental and many other voluntary coverage, 403(b) retirement savings plan, generous vacation and paid holidays
  • Rewarding work environment with passion-driven team dedicated to social good
  • Flexible work schedule, with attention to work/life balance 
  • On the job training and career development

All positions require fingerprint clearance including criminal background check as well as passing a standard physical with TB clearance. We Care offers a competitive benefit plan (medical, dental, life, 403b) for all employees. Immediate Vacation & Sick time accruals includes holidays & 1 personal floating holiday. 

Please submit a cover letter and resume by email only to:  careers@wecarechildren.org

Thank you for your interest in We Care Services for Children.