540 N. California Street | Stockton, CA 95202 | Phone: (209) 464.4524

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At CAPC we are dedicated to the overall well being of children and families. We are dedicated to their protection and health both mental and physical. We are also committed to strengthening the family as a whole. This is what we do!

If you have the passion, CAPC is your place.

Here at the CAPC we know our job can get tough, it can pull at your heartstrings and leave you emotionally exhausted. But we also know that we are making a difference each and every day.

Join our amazing team.

Interested in a profession at the Child Abuse Prevention Council? Check here. Have a job you love but would like to give back in your free time? We’d love to meet you!

Internship opportunities are available. These opportunities include unpaid internships to fulfill school requirements for Bachelor’s, 1st year and 2nd year candidates enrolled in, BSW, MSW and MFT program. Internship placements are available to provide supervised mental health services throughout the CAPC in various departments and programs. Interns have a variety of options for placement opportunities ranging from case management opportunities to more advanced clinical work with children, youth and families from 0-18 years old.

We currently have many openings so please scroll all the way to the bottom to view them all.

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Please submit all resumes and applications to hr@nochildabuse.org

Position Title: Director of Human Resources

Salary: DOE Full Time

Job Description. Under the general direction of the Executive Director and in a collaborative role with other CAPC Senior Staff, oversee the functionality and activities of various CAPC programs including program compliance, supervision of immediate staff, and liaison with funding sources. This position will manage all CAPC Human Resources functions ensuring compliance with Federal and State laws, and consistency with Agency policies and procedures. The Director of Human Resources will perform complex administrative work in the oversight of the CAPC HR functions. This includes, but is not limited to, work prioritization and assignment, planning, budgeting, staff supervision, assuring accurate and timely reporting as required by laws and funding contracts. The person in this position adheres to and ensures that the agency’s policies and procedures are in compliance with all funding contractors’ requirements. As a member of the CAPC’s Senior Management Team, the Director of Human Resources will demonstrate leadership, accountability, integrity, credibility, and an uncompromising commitment to the vision and mission of the agency.

Minimum Qualifications Education: Graduation from an accredited four year college or university with major course in public or business administration, personnel management or a closely related field. Experience: Four years of experience in non-profit management and staff supervision. Substitution: Additional qualifying experience may be substituted for required education on a year-for-year basis to a maximum of two years.Knowledge of: Principles, practices, methods and techniques of non-profit administration, promotion, and management including organization, budgeting, purchasing, and personnel administration; methods and techniques of organizing work efficiently, basic statistics and graphics.

The Child Abuse Prevention Council (CAPC) offers a competitive salary and a full benefits package including: medical, dental, vision and life insurance, 403(b), and more!

Job Type: Full-time

Job Title: Clinician

Job Description: Work with children 0-18 years old in a variety of settings including office, school and home based settings. Utilize the DSM-IV and DSM 5 to provide accurate diagnoses. Superior clinical supervision to ensure you’re building an excellent skill set . Provide individual, group and family services .Gain experience working with trauma diagnoses and different trauma modalities

Minimum Qualifications:
• Current BBS registration as MFTI, LMFT, ACSW, LCSW
• Knowledge of child development, trauma symptoms and variety of treatment modalities
• Experience working with children, youth & families a plus!
• Bilingual preferred, but not required

Job Type: Full-time

Position Title : Transitional Age Youth Coach

Under general supervision this position functions as a direct link between clients in accordance with the designated funding contract.

Job Description: This position provides intensive Mentoring services for clients ages 16-25, utilizing the Transition to Independence Process (TIP) model which can include but not be limited to any and/or all of the following: Case Management, Coaching, Comprehensive assessments, Referrals to community services, Case plans, Instruction and trainings (one-on-one and in group or classroom settings), Facilitation of workshops, and support groups In addition, this position is responsible for outreach, intake and clients. This position will make home visits and/or visits in the field to clients enrolled in the program and on an average maintain a caseload of 15 clients at any given time.

Minimum Qualifications Education: Graduation from an accredited four year college or university with major course in social services, Psychology, Child Development or a closely related field. Experience: Four years of relevant experience working with youth in case management role. Bi-lingual desirable

Job Type: Full Time

Position Title: Teachers

Preschool and Infant/toddler teachers will implement and oversee all components of a quality preschool or Infant/Toddler Program while working effectively with parents and staff. The teacher will be responsible for data collection and all accompanying documentation for the classroom. The associate teacher will support the teacher by implementing all components of a quality preschool or Infant/Toddler Program. The associate teacher will also support the teacher in developing age appropriate activities.

Job Requirements: Teacher positions require Bachelor’s Degree and a Site Supervisor permit (or higher) issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.

Education: Must include a minimum of 6 units of Infant and Toddler coursework. A Site Supervisor permit (or higher) issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing is also required. Associate Teacher positions require an Associate’s Degree and an Associate Teacher permit.

Basic computer skills including Outlook and internet usage are needed. Reliable transportation is necessary.

 

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