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The following positions are currently open. If you are interested in applying, please mail, fax or email cover letter and resume to (please include the position title on the envelope, subject line or cover sheet):

ATTN: Resumes
Bill Wilson Center
3490 The Alameda
Santa Clara, CA 95050
Fax: (408) 246-5752
Email: Employment/Jobs

If you are invited to come to an interview, please download the Bill Wilson Center Job Application. (You must download and fill out the application below. "See resume" is not an acceptable response. Please bring the completed application with you on the day of your interview.)

Current Openings

  • Bill Wilson Center is seeking a writer who is well versed in the art of persuasion – sometimes known as grant writing! We need an experienced Grant Writer with a proven track record with government, private foundation and corporate funders. We are looking for someone who can convey the needs of the youth we serve to potential funders, and at the same time meet all the technical demands of a federal RFP.

  • Bill Wilson Center has a new opportunity for a Program Manager (Licensed) at Youth & Family Mental Health Services!

  • Under the supervision of the Division Director of Mental Health Services, the QC/QA Specialist is responsible for quality assurance and quality improvement of Mental Health program and consumer records and billing.

  • Under the direction of the CEO, the Policy Analyst will assist in developing a strategy that defines policy goals related to the vision of Bill Wilson Center of working toward preventing poverty and ending youth and family homelessness.

  • The Mental Health Specialist will provide youth and families with counseling services utilizing the Transformation Care Planning (TCP) model to improve client’s emotional wellbeing and life domain functioning. Services provided may include rehabilitation counseling, skill development, assessment and treatment planning under the supervision of a licensed therapist. The Mental Health Specialist II also provides oversight/supervision for Mental Health Specialist I’s in developing and maintaining quality services to Youth and Family Mental Health Services clients.

  • The Mental Health Specialist I provides youth with case management and referral services, and preparation for independent living.

  • The Mental Health Program Assistant receives callers at establishment, determines nature of business, and directs callers to destination, greets clients, completes paperwork and intake to open cases in MediCal Unicare system. Supports program and staff by performing the following duties:

  • Under the direction of the Program Director, the Peer Mentor will be primarily responsible to assist with prevention outreach in both group and individual settings. The Peer Mentor will co-facilitate prevention and substance abuse groups and conduct individual risk assessments.

  • The Maintenance Worker is responsible for the safety and ongoing maintenance of Bill Wilson Center facilities, grounds and vehicles as well as serving as liaison to landlords where applicable.

  • The Relief Skills Coach/Counselor is responsible for supporting young adults (18-24) in goal realization in-line with their Individualized Plan for success. This plan is their vision for life and their road map for advancement in the program. Championing, role modeling and teaching the qualities and skills of independence, self-sufficiency, resourcefulness and positive focus is a basic tenant of this position.

  • Under the supervision of the Drop In Center Program Manager, the RELIEF Peer Mentor performs the following duties and responsibilities for the overnight Respite program. The RELIEF Peer Mentor is not a full time position, but provides relief/coverage for open shifts at the DIC Respite program (overnight).

  • Under the supervision of the TAY Inn Program Manager and LEAD Peer Partner, the Peer Partners provide peer support services to youth in the TAY Inn program.

  • RELIEF Residential Counselors provide shift coverage for openings in the Shelter or Quetzal House schedule and care for and supervise youth housed in our residential programs by performing the following essential duties and responsibilities when scheduled.

EEO:
Bill Wilson Center is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.