Opportunities with Community Partners

Career Corner

The Washington Association for Infant Mental Health works with a great network of other organizations as members, mentors, and collaborators. We are pleased to promote their job postings here. Click on the organization's name to go to the job posting.

NEW!  Wonderlandis seeking a Child & Family Therapist to join the dynamic, multidisciplinary team at our groundbreaking Hope RISING Clinic for Prenatal Substance Exposure.


NEW!  Wonderlandis searching for a Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist to be a vital part of providing evaluation and evidence-based therapeutic support for children birth through 12 years with prenatal substance exposure and their families at the Hope RISING Clinic.


Catholic Charities Serving Central WA  is looking to hire a licensed or license-eligible, bilingual (English/Spanish preferred) mental health professional to provide Infant Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation to licensed child care providers in the Child Care Aware of WA Central region. 


Childhaven  is now hiring two Primary Care Early Childhood Specialists; this is an innovative and dynamic position working with families in early childhood development in a pediatric primary health care clinic. 


King County Developmental Disabilities and Early Childhood Supports Division and Within Reach seek to partner with Racial Equity Consultants  to work alongside ESIT agencies to create lasting systems change that center racial equity.  Approximately one (1) application for Convener and  three to six (3-6) applications for Racial Equity Consultant will be awarded. Individual, organization, and team applicants are welcome. The application is now open! Please apply by 4:00 p.m. (PST) on January 29th, 2021.  

St. Vincent de Paul Seattle/KingCounty  is taking applications for a Bilingual Family Prenatal Early Learning Case Manager & Home Visitor to support and partner with Latinx parents and their children 0 to 5 years of age, to provide educational tools and to strengthen the family unit by connecting them with community resources in South Seattle/South King County.


Kindering  is seeking a SocialWorker within the CHERISH program, to provide therapeutic in-home social work and mental health services to foster children age 3-5, throughout King County (in some circumstances, children under 3 as well), who are vulnerable because of abuse and/or neglect.


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The Washington Association for Infant Mental Health, 1833 N 105th St #203 Seattle, WA 98133, Phone: 206-729-5111

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