Center for Youth Wellness is committed to ensuring a fair and equitable recruiting and hiring process that results in the appropriate match of skills, knowledge, experience, and job requirements.
CYW is committed to providing benefits that are competitive with for-profit as well as non-profit organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area. We offer a variety of program choices, in the areas of health and wellness, flexible spending, retirement investment and employee assistance and staff development.
CYW offers a range of medical plan options. Employees may choose medical services through a Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) or a Health Maintenance Organization (HMO). CYW also offers dental care and vision plans. Employer paid option is available for the employee.
CYW offers an employee funded 401(k) plan to all employees as pre-tax contribution.
With this plan, employees are able to set aside pre-tax dollars in flexible spending accounts, for non-reimbursed medical expenses and for dependent care.
This program is designed to assist an employee and/or their eligible dependents in resolving life problems or concerns.
It is our goal to provide encouragement, assistance and opportunities for professional development of employees.
CYW believes that employees need time away from work for rest and relaxation. CYW provides its employees with a generous PTO policy each year. PTO can be taken during periods of sickness, to recuperate after illness or injury, to attend doctor’s appointments, or to care for family members. In addition, CYW observes 12 holidays a year.
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DMV printout and proof of automobile insurance for positions that require driving.
Copy of official transcripts for positions that require a degree.
San Francisco, CA
The Associate Director of Clinical Innovations and Research is a member for the Center for Youth Wellness (CYW) Clinical Innovations and Research (CIR) team. The CIR team advances pediatric clinical practice in Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) screening and intervention through research, practice-based innovation and the provision of integrated behavioral health services. The Associate Director provides clinical supervision, support and guidance to behavioral health clinicians as they provide evidence-based psychotherapeutic care and pilot ACEs screening and toxic stress treatment innovations; provides psychotherapeutic services to a caseload of patients; supports CYW Training and Technical Assistance efforts; and assists in the development, implementation and evaluation of departmental services.
San Francisco, CA
The Center for Youth Wellness (CYW) seeks a motivated and talented Project Manager to join the Clinical Innovations and Research (CIR) team. The CIR team advances pediatric clinical practice in Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) screening and intervention through research, practice-based innovation and the provision of integrated behavioral health services. Half of the successful candidate’s time will be planning, overseeing and documenting innovative projects within the CIR team and cross-departmentally with the Strategic Initiatives teams to support CYW’s ground-breaking, interdisciplinary work. The other half of the time will involve managing the Bay Area Research Consortium (BARC)’s PEdiatric ACEs and ResiLiency Study (PEARLS), a randomized control trial evaluating the validity of an ACE screening tool, assessing the link between ACEs and biomarkers, and examining the impact of interventions to mitigate toxic stress.
San Francisco, CA
The Center for Youth Wellness (CYW) seeks a motivated and talented Research Assistant to increase the capacity of CYW to 1) support all CYW departments in having a solid foundational understanding of the current literature regarding ACEs and toxic stress, 2) brainstorm new and innovative solutions for patients and providers in preventing, mitigating and treating toxic stress, and 3) support the implementation of practice-based research efforts that can seed further multi-site studies with CYW partners. The Research Assistant will be a member of the Clinical Innovation and Research (CIR) Team and will work cross-departmentally to support CYW’s interdisciplinary work, including the National Pediatric Practice Community (NPPC on ACEs) and Stress Health Public Education Campaign. Furthermore, s/he will lead and assist in trainings for staff and community that are relevant to the research program.
San Francisco, CA
The National Pediatric Practice Community on Adverse Childhood Experiences (NPPC) is an initiative of the Center for Youth Wellness. The NPPC is a bi-directional learning community designed to engage, train and assess ACEs screening and intervention protocols and systems in various health care delivery settings. The NPPC includes in-depth learning sites, a virtual learning network, a technical assistance/consultation model, and in-person convenings.
This position will build and oversee the expansion and formalization of our training and technical assistance services and the development of various training products within the NPPC. This will include designing classroom-based and e-learning training curriculum, creating and executing a training-of-trainers program, and developing processes to provide training and technical assistance to our NPPC members and their organizations.
The Center for Youth Wellness provides equal employment opportunities to all qualified employees and applicants in all of our employment practices, including selection, hiring, promotion, transfer, termination, leaves of absence, training and compensation, without regard to race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, uniformed service member/veteran status, marital states, pregnancy, medical condition or disability, in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.
Center for Youth Wellness is not a crisis center. Those experiencing urgent medical or psychiatric concerns should dial 911 or their local emergency agency for assistance. We are unable to respond to messages requesting referrals, treatment or clinical consultations from individuals who are not our patients.