Dedicated, knowledgeable staff are the heart of every great organization. Child First, Inc. is a rapidly growing non-profit with high energy professionals focused on providing services of the very highest quality. Our staff is committed to transforming the lives of those we serve - very young, vulnerable children and their families. Come join a team of motivated and creative individuals working together to make a difference.
National Program Office
Executive Assistant to Child First Founder and CEO
Summary: The Executive Assistant reports directly to the Founder and CEO and provides executive support in a one-on-one working relationship. S/he serves as an essential point of contact for internal and external constituencies on all matters pertaining to the CEO. The Executive Assistant also serves as a liaison to the Board of Directors and Senior Leadership Team, organizes and coordinates external relations regarding the CEO or Board, and oversees special projects. The Executive Assistant must be energetic, creative, and enjoy working within an environment that is mission-driven, results-oriented, and highly collaborative. See attached job description below for additional details.
Child Guidance Clinic for Central CT in Meriden
Summary: The Child First Early Childhood Mental Health and Developmental Clinician will provide intensive, home-based intervention with families with multiple challenges, as part of a team with a Child First Care Coordinator. This will include comprehensive assessment of child and family strengths and needs, development of a comprehensive family-driven Child and Family Plan of Care, and psychotherapeutic, parent-child interaction. They will also provide specific mental health consultation in early care and/or educational sites, as appropriate, and collaborate with all other service providers working with the family. Clinician will provide services to families residing in Meriden, CT. Clinician must be comfortable with providing home based services and working as a team. Clinician must have the ability to work one to two early evenings (after 5 p.m.) if needed by families. Bi-lingual required. Licensed preferred. Competitive Salary. EOE.
If interested in the position, please email resume to Sara Schmidt at email@example.com.
Child Guidance Center of Mid-Fairfield County
Mental Health & Developmental Clinician
Summary: The Child Guidance Center of Mid-Fairfield County is seeking a Mental Health & Developmental Clinician to provide intensive, home-based therapy to families, as part of a team with a Care Coordinator. Intervention includes comprehensive assessment, development of family-driven treatment plan, use of child-parent psychotherapy modality, and mental health consultation to early care/educational settings. Services are provided in-home, mainly in Norwalk. Clinician must have ability to work two evenings (7pm latest). Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred. License or license-eligible required. If interested in position, email resume to Shannon Queiroga at firstname.lastname@example.org. For additional details, see the attached job description below.
United Community and Family Services (UCFS)-Norwich/New London
Early Childhood Clinician-Norwich
Bilingual Spanish Clinician-New London
Summary: UCFS is seeking a dynamic licensed Clinician in Norwich and New London to counsel individuals, families, couples or groups regarding psychological, behavioral or emotional problems by developing and implementing clinical assessment and clinical treatment plans in a home or community based setting. The Clinician being sought for the New London area is required to be fluent in Spanish. See the attached job description below for additional details about the positions.
Child First/Easter Seals UCP North Carolina & Virginia
Child First Therapist
Summary: Child First is seeking to fill the position of a full time therapist in Greenville, North Carolina. The selected candidate will engage with children and families in their homes for the duration of treatment/therapy. In addition, s/he will provide Child First home-based psychotherapeutic intervention with young children and their caregivers using relational, dyadic psychotherapy (CPP) and other modalities. See the attached job description for more details.