Career Opportunities

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Looking to make a difference in the lives of those who have been impacted by domestic and sexual violence, HIV/AIDS, homelessness, substance abuse and poverty?  Looking for an organization that advocates and supports individuals and communities by working towards improving the quality of life for those in need, and together creating social change through prevention, intervention and healing services.

We are always interested in meeting people with the knowledge, skills, education, and most important compassion, and want to be a part of an organization that makes a difference in the lives of people and communities. 

Please visit the job descriptions below to learn more about current employment opportunities.

Please complete and submit via email or fax your cover letter and resume to ELAWC to: Diane Alarcon Romero - [email protected] or fax # 323.526-5822

CURRENT OPENINGS

Child and Family Development Specialist

We are seeking a Child and Family Development Specialist to provide trauma-informed, evidenced-based services to children, adolescents and their parent(s) in coordination with inter and intra-agency treatment team members and across various community-based settings. To work collaboratively with any identified Child and Family Team (CFT) and deliver professional services that are trauma-informed, culturally competent, and as outlined in the Child & Family’s Treatment Plan (CFTP).

 

Human Resources Specialist

The Human Resources Assistant will maintain personnel files and oversee the compliance of human resources functions for the agency in partnership with the Director of Administrative Services. Employee benefits coordination and implementation. Clerical support to the fiscal/administrative department.

 

Therapist

Under the supervision of the Clinical Coordinator, the therapist will provide trauma informed counseling services for the domestic violence and sexual assault program. Services are generally provided at the Wellness Center at LAC+USC , however, telehealth services are now being conducted as needed.

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