"During the pandemic, leadership has been transparent, understanding, and knowledgeable providing regular updates and check-ins. I’m amazed at how quickly we were able to pivot and adjust the way we continue to serve the community."
As one of the North Bay Business Journal's Best Places to Work, CPI is a great place to build your skill set and advance your career in social work, child welfare, mental health, and trauma-informed educational services.
When you work for the North Bay's leading nonprofit on parenting and children's mental health, balancing work and family doesn't feel like a solo act. At Child Parent Institute, we value the health and well-being of our staff, which is why we provide a generous benefits package and every employee has access to free parenting classes.
Many of our positions allow for flexible work schedules. We believe in supporting our team's professional development goals and many of our entry-level positions offer opportunities for advancement. If you're passionate about helping families, browse our openings or upload your resume and tell us your interests.
We're working from home and staying safe! The health and safety of our clients, our staff, and their families is our top priority. Since our county entered a "shelter in place" mode in response to the coronavirus, CPI has made the shift to offering classes, therapy sessions, trainings, visits, and school online. We've learned to use new technology to stay connected with each other as well. We know that our community needs us, and we are here to serve.
Current Job Openings
This position provides direct instruction to a multi-grade class of 8-12 students using a relational, trauma-informed approach to implement curriculum according to the learning styles of each individual student. This is a full-time, school-year position with full benefits. Salary range: $45k-$64k annually.
Teaching Assistants assist certificated staff in the instruction, supervision, and training of individuals or groups of students in grades 5-12 at New Directions nonpublic school. This is a full-time, school-year position with full benefits. Compensation is $15.00/hour.
Bilingual Family Therapists provide individual and family behavioral health services to children and parents in our Child and Family Counseling Clinic. This is a part-time position and is eligible for partial benefits. Compensation is $21-$26/hour DOE.
The Resource Family Trainer provides training and support to Resource Families, which includes foster parents, kinship caregivers, and non-relative family member (NREFM) caregivers. Trainers must be available for 18-20 hours per month including evenings and weekends. This is a casual/per diem position and is not eligible for benefits. Compensation is $150 per 3-hour module.
The Program Manager provides individual and/or group supervision to a designated number of Parent Mentors in accordance with our contract with Sonoma County’s Family Youth & Children Division (FY&C). This position is responsible for the daily administrative tasks associated with the program including managing referrals, overseeing data collection, and communication with community partners. Qualified applicants will be licensed in CA as mental health professional (LMFT/LCSW/Psy.D.). This is a part-time position with benefits. Compensation is $28-$32/hour DOE.
The CPI Diaper Project provides free diapers to hundreds of families in need on a monthly basis. The job duties for volunteers include calling/texting families to notify them that their diapers are ready for pick up and fulfilling the orders from our stock room. We have a no-contact pick-up procedure that ensures the health and safety of our team and our clients. Standing/bending/lifting up to 25 lbs is required.
The hours are Saturdays from 10:30am-2:30pm.
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