Employment Opportunities

Make a difference in the lives of women, children, and families by joining NCJW|LA’s team of passionate and dedicated professionals. NCJW|LA is seeking candidates for the following positions:

POSITION: Bi-Lingual (Preferred) Clinical Social Worker, MSW (Full Time Exempt)

DEPARTMENT: Community Mental Health and Supportive Services

General Description of Duties Including but not Limited to:

Bilingual Spanish MSW – NCJW|LA Community Mental Health and Supportive Services is seeking a full-time bilingual Spanish MSW to join our highly collaborative team. This is a mid-level position and applicants should possess strong clinical skills in initial assessment and treatment of children and families, teens, couples and individuals as well as ability to provide resources, referrals and empowerment. Must be comfortable managing/overseeing phone calls, supervising paraprofessionals and ensuring proper risk assessment and documentation. Significant opportunities for creativity and professional development and training. Must have excellent writing and verbal skills, demonstrated knowledge base of best clinical practices and cutting edge approaches. Experience with mindfulness preferred. Must be self-motivated, conscientious, able to work independently, able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously, highly organized, computer and social media literate, personable, and able to work as a team player. Salary commensurate with experience. Excellent benefit package is available.

Under general direction and supervision of the CMHSS Director, with latitude for some independent judgment and decision making, fulfills all duties of a Clinical Social Worker, including: clinical assessment, consultation, preceptor for MSW intern, appropriate documentation, record keeping and delivery of therapy services for individuals (including children and adolescents) couples, families and groups. Participates in Council Talkline, program development/improvements and community outreach as needed and directed by CMHSS Director. Bilingual Clinical Social Workers must be able to perform all duties in Spanish.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provides appropriate assessment, therapy, case management and/or collateral services to adults, children and/or adolescent clients.
  • Demonstrates positive regard for clients, consistent responsiveness to clients’ needs, and respect for clients’ dignity and self-determination.
  • Demonstrates adherence to the legal and ethical standards of the social work profession including fulfillment of mandated reporting requirements and HIPPA compliance.
  • Assists in program planning and development, staffing and coordination of CMHSS/NCJW events, and CMHSS programs as assigned by Director.
  • Participates actively and collaboratively in departmental and interdepartmental meetings and agency-wide events, trainings; in-services, community meetings/events and/or professional collaborations, as assigned/supervised by CMHSS Director or NCJW|LA Executive Director
  • Maintains appropriate client documentation and case records, including assessments, progress notes, treatment planning/updates and referrals.
  • Actively pursues professional development through participation in clinical supervision, conference and trainings, self-education, and post-graduate education, as assigned by Director and as required for licensure.
  • If eligible, fulfills all responsibilities of Field Instructor/Preceptor for MSW interns or MFT interns, including providing training, supervision, documentation review, and evaluations for interns, as required by schools and as assigned by CMHSS Director.

Other duties as determined by the CMHSS Director or Executive Director.


Education: M.S.W. degree or M.F.T. degree. Associate Social Worker (ASW) or MFT Intern number required. A current ASW/MFT certificate must be visibly posted in the office at all times. Strong organizational skills; flexibility; commitment to working as a team player, ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously, communicate in a clear and positive manner, change priorities and tasks as organization and supervisor requires, maintain positive interpersonal relations, and work cooperatively with a diverse and constantly changing staff and volunteer base.

Experience: Minimum of two (2) years of responsible relevant experience in fields of social work preferably in a non-profit, social service, or government discipline, in both direct service and administrative capacities. A satisfactory equivalent of education, training, and experience in the same or related fields, sufficient to qualify for the duties of A satisfactory equivalent of education, training, and experience in the same or related fields, sufficient to qualify for the duties of positions. Must have a valid CA driver’s license and evidence of auto insurance. Computer literate with good written and verbal skills. Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously, organized, flexible, able to maintain positive interpersonal relations and a team player.

Salary commensurate with experience. Plus Benefits package.

Please submit Cover Letter and resume via emailruthg@ncjwla.org 

All NCJW|LA employment is at-will.

NCJW is an equal opportunity employer and seeks to build a diverse staff. Women, minorities, persons with disabilities, veterans, and members of the LGBTQ community are strongly encouraged to apply. The Company considers qualified applicants with criminal histories for employment pursuant to the Los Angeles Fair Chance Ordinance.

Area of Focus Department Director/Coordinator Description
Public Relations, Marketing, and Communications Hillary Selvin Work with various departments developing and implementing new public relations campaigns to increase visibility of NCJW|LA programs and services.
Advocacy Maya Paley Work to develop and implement education and advocacy programs for the community.
Development Carrie Jacoves Work to help develop and implement planned giving programs, fundraising opportunities, and fundraising events.
Grant Writing Hillary Selvin Work with Executive Director or various departments to research and write grants.
Youth Educational Programs and Services Rachel Resnick Work with Art & Literacy Programs for Youth in areas of programming and grant writing.
Community Mental Health and Supportive Services Rachel D. Donaldson See MSW Internships.
Volunteer & Membership Outreach & Retention Carrie Jacoves Work with Department Director and other staff to develop and implement programs to increase volunteer and membership base.
Retail Sales
Robert Klausner Work with Director of Retail Sales and other staff to enhance retail sales and data input in a Thrift Store setting.
  • Internships are both paid and unpaid and are for enhancing educational pursuits in the non-profit setting.
  • To be an intern you must be enrolled in an accredited school and interning in your educational field.
  • NCJW|LA has both summer and school-year internships available.

Main Contact Person: Hillary Selvin, Executive Director
Location: 543 N. Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Phone: 323-852-8501
Fax: 323-651-5348
E-mail: hillary@ncjwla.org