Opportunities with Community Partners

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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! The Tulalip Tribes  seeks a Social Worker to ensure the protection and preservation of Indian Children and their families that fall under the jurisdiction of Tulalip Tribes, according to the Juvenile Youth and Family Code. 

NEW! ESD 112  is recruiting an Early Care and Education Services Coordinator  who will focus on Family Support to support and strengthen all facets of early childhood programming and may be supporting birth to five centers or school age centers. 


NEW! Child Care Aware of WA is hiring 3 new Mental Health Consultants, two in King/Pierce Counties and one Bilingual (Spanish speaking) position which will have statewide reach. 

Wonderland is hiring a special educator to serve children birth to three years of age and their families residing primarily in North King and south Snohomish Counties. This position is responsible for providing evaluation and developmental support services for children who are delayed or disabled in a manner impacting their development.


United Way of Skagit County  seeks an Early Childhood Program Assistant to assist in building, implementing, and sustaining United Way early childhood initiatives.

Public Health Seattle King County is recruiting a mid-level evaluator to support the Developmental Disabilities and Early Childhood Supports (DDECS) Division. The Early Childhood Programs Evaluator will work with the DDECS Early Childhood Team, supporting their mission of nurturing the development and wellbeing of all children prenatal to five and their families through culturally relevant, equitable, and meaningful supports and services, countywide.


WA Health Care Authority is recruiting for an IECMH clinical program manager  with knowledge of and expertise in infant/early childhood mental health frameworks, assessment and evidence-based practices. 


Center for Human Services  is seeking an Infant-Early Childhood Mental Health Therapist to join our team and work with low income families with children birth to six as well as pregnant and parenting women. We provide ongoing training as well as regularly scheduled Reflective Supervision and Reflective Consultation.


WithinReach  Is seeking a Family Resource Navigator  to serve as the first point of contact for Skagit County families seeking information about local resources and help accessing public benefits programs. The Family Resource Navigator supports pregnant families and families with young children up through 6 years old.

Puget Sound Educational Service District is hiring a Mental Health Consultant to support children 0-5 in their Early Learning Programs such as Early Head Start, Head Start and ECEAP. Early applications by 3/2/21 are encouraged.


​​Holly Ridge Center  is a private non-profit agency located in Bremerton, WA. Our mission is to enable children and adults with differing abilities to reach their fullest potential, creating a positive and lasting impact on the community. We are currently recruiting for a Social Worker, offering an exciting opportunity to join a team of dedicated early childhood professionals who provide early intervention services to children from birth to three years of age.

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


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.






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