Employment and Internships
The Success of the Center over the last 40 years can be traced back to the hard work and reliability of our staff. Their loyalty to the Center is evidenced in not only our great relationships with other agencies, but also the longevity of our staff. Our staff are dedicated, enthusiastic, committed to our mission and have a genuine interest in helping others. From the longest tenured employee, 30+ years, to our newest, they all started the same way … filling out an application.
The San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
We offer a wide variety of job opportunities as we have 35 programs located throughout the San Fernando Valley. Although some of these opportunities are in the Administrative Offices, the majority of them are out in the field helping individuals as case managers, social workers, therapists and nurses.
The below benefits many not be available for all positions.
- Health Insurance
- Dental Insurance
- Sick, Vacation and Holiday Pay
- Section 125 Cafeteria Plan
- Life Insurance
MD 1 yr residency; licensed in CA. Please send your resume to resumes [at] sfvcmhc [dot] org.
We are looking for Nurse Practitioners who can perform assessment, medication support, and medication education to our clients within age groups. All positions are contract based with consistent yet varied part-time hours, depending on program. If you are interested in applying, please send a cover letter that highlights your interest, whether you have an age group preference, and number of hours available along with your CV or resume PDF. Please send your resume to: resumes [at] sfvcmhc [dot] org
Internships (unpaid) are available for Masters, Ph.D., Psy.D. or Post-Docs. The new students are accepted into the program in January, May and August. Applications are accepted until positions are filled but apply at least one month before expected start date. We are currently accepting applications for May and August. Upon receipt of resume you will be contacted about attending our orientation which will give you more information about our training program. Please email a resume to Mshepherd@sfvcmhc.org.
Please submit your resumes to:
resumes [at] sfvcmhc [dot] org
Bilingual - English/Spanish
a. Master’s degree in psychology, social work, or other related discipline, OR
b. Bachelor’s degree in psychology, social work, nursing, or other related discipline, with two year full-time equivalent experience in a group home, hospital, SED designated classroom, day treatment, or other equivalent setting.
TBS Worker will work behaviorally on a case by case basis as needed.
c. High School diploma with four years experience described in #b.