At Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County, you can build a career that changes lives for good. Founded in 1955, Catholic Charities is one of the largest human services agencies in Santa Clara County, with more than 45 different programs that help more than 40,000 people each year. And through Catholic Charities USA, we are a member of the nation's largest private social services network. We are seeking experienced individuals for the following exciting and rewarding professional opportunities. Please send your resume and any other required documents to or fax to 408-944-0276. Thank you for your interest in working with Catholic Charities.

Catholic Charities is a non-profit, non-discriminatory service organization and employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation or disability. Persons seeking employment are entitled to freedom from harassment and retaliation and reasonable accommodation for qualified disabilities.

Please note: Principals only please. Agency resumes are not accepted and are considered unsoliticted and not subject to placement fees.

Note to Applicants: Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County conducts background checks as a condition of employment.

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case manager - behavior specialist

Division: Children, Youth, and Family Development
Program/Dept: Prevention & Early Intervention Services
Position Summary: Catholic Charities is working closely with the Franklin McKinley School District in San Jose to deliver Prevention & Early Intervention (PEI) Services in partnership with the Mental Health Department. Employing evidence-based practices, PEI services are targeting high-risk youth and their families with the goal of preventing, reducing, and eliminating mental health issues that may be inhibiting academic success and family wellness. The Behavior Specialist supports PEI by engaging families in services aimed at addressing behavioral issues through educational workshops and sessions, and behavior support planning service in the home and in the community, connecting students and families to resources that will reduce/eliminate nonproductive and violent behaviors. Extensive training will be provided. 

psychiatrist (part-time)

Division: Behavioral Health
Program/Dept: Behavioral Health Programs as assigned
Position Summary: Provide direct psychiatric and medication support services to children, and/or  adult and older adult clients in a team environment.  Up to 12 hours of service per week with a schedule to be determined based on candidate’s preferences and our agency’s needs.

birth-to-five therapist III

Division: Behavioral Health
Program/Dept: Mental Health, Dual Diagnosis, First 5
Position Summary: As part of the First5 / KidConnections Birth-to-Five Program, the therapist provides relationship and evidenced-based early childhood mental health assessment and treatment for young children ages 0-5 and their families to address behavioral health and developmental concerns. Therapist collaborates with a multidisciplinary team of providers internally and with other providers such as developmental specialists, home visitors, teachers, etc. to support the improved functioning of the child, parent-child relationship and the family unit as a whole. Bi-lingual Spanish is required.