A B O U T Y E S
Join our Team
Make a difference in the lives of children and families in East King County by joining the committed, dynamic staff of Youth Eastside Services. To apply for any of the positions listed below, send us your cover letter and resume. Refer to the job title and job number (if listed):
- By mail to YES, 999 164th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98008
- By fax to 425.274.0728
- By email to Human Resources (attachments should be in Microsoft Word or text-only format)
All positions remain open until they are filled. For more information about available positions, call Human Resources at 425.747.4937. Youth Eastside Services is an equal opportunity employer.
Open Job Postings (as of 08-30-15)
CHILD/ADOLESCENT ARNP PSYCHIATRIC LEAD (20 hours per week) -
YES is seeking a 20 hour/week psychiatric ARNP to be our lead coordinator and a provider of psychiatric services, working in conjunction with our 10 hours/week contracted Seattle Children’s psychiatrist. This employee will provide consultation, psychiatric diagnostic evaluation and medication management to patients in coordination with our multidisciplinary team of Therapists, Chemical Dependency Professionals and the psychiatrist. This employee will be our lead, oversee the contracted psychiatrist partnership and provide coverage of medication refills and medical needs for the hours that the psychiatrist is not on site at YES.
Qualifications: Experience in providing outpatient psychiatric care to children/youth and working with families. Active WA license, DEA certified, and the ability for YES to bill and be reimbursed by Medicare/Medicaid and private insurance through your credentials.
We offer excellent benefits. YES is committed to having a diverse staff team. LGBTQ and people of color encouraged to apply. Send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
GRANT WRITER (part time/20 hours per week) -
Position Summary: The Grant writer plays a key role on the Fund Development & Marketing/Communications Team through maintenance and expansion of YES’ institutional giving program. At the direction of the Director of Fund Development & Community Relations, the Grant Writer will research new funding prospects and develop strong proposals and reports for submission to strategically selected funders to meet annual revenue goals.
- Draft and submit well-written and compelling grant proposals and LOIs to new and current corporate, foundation and organization funders. In addition, prepare and submit reports as required by funders.
- Manage and develop healthy portfolio of institutional funders, building prospect pool through research and vetting with YES fund development and program staff.
- Coordinate with Finance staff to produce budgets and report materials.
- Manage grant application process, establish application and report development schedules.
- Ensure ongoing timely tracking and recording (DonorPerfect), and reporting on grant activity for Directors’ Team, Board of Trustees, and Fund Development Committee.
- Work with Director of FD & CR to prepare for site visits and follow-up.
- Support Fund Development Team by helping to develop institutional funding revenue goals, objectives and strategies for annual fundraising plan.
- Develop and maintain strong working knowledge of YES’ strategic and ongoing initiatives and objectives.
If you are excited about the opportunity to help a highly respected, established organization meet the behavioral healthcare needs of youth and families in East King County, work with smart, compassionate and enthusiastic team members in an organization that values work-life balance, and undertake challenging and meaningful work, YES is the place for you! Send cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
- Education: BA degree in English, Communications, Social Services or related field equivalent.
- Experience: Five or more years securing private grants from corporations, foundations, and/or organizations, either working in a non-profit environment or free-lance. Experience securing grants for social services is preferred.
- Successful track record securing new and renewing grants
- Excellent writing and editing skills
- Outstanding time management and organizational skills with ability to work under pressure and consistently meet deadlines.
- Other: Very strong communication skills and customer service orientation. Able to work collaboratively, and establish effective relationships with fellow YES employees. Excellent benefits.
PREVENTION-INTERVENTION SPECIALIST (half or full time) -
Ability to work dynamically with middle and high school youth in a school setting to develop resiliency and healthy choice capacity. Must be comfortable delivering curriculum to large and small groups, able to work with parents and collaboratively with school and agency staff. Requires ability to work with EHR and outcome data collection and reporting. CDP preferred or willing to obtain.
Send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 425-274-0728. YES is committed to having a diverse staff team. LGBTQ and people of color encouraged to apply.
QUALITY ASSURANCE ADMINISTRATOR (part time) -
We are seeking a part time (20 hour/week) Quality Services Administrator who is responsible for planning, conducting and monitoring activities that support clinical and program quality performance improvement for mental health/substance abuse and other YES programs and clients. Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, being the lead in a continuous quality improvement process assuring that services rendered at YES meet all applicable laws, rules, and regulations through activities in the following areas: a) Policies & Procedures, b) Training, c) Audits/Reviews, d) Client/Participant Surveys, e) Practice Management System/EMR.
Education, Skills & Experience: Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in Mental Health, Social Work, Addiction, or related field required. Must have knowledge of adhering to Federal, State and local laws and regulations. Must possess skills in the following areas: strong critical thinking and problem solving skills; ability to regularly change priorities and accomplish tasks with frequent interruptions and ability to clearly communicate with a variety of audiences in multiple formats. Supervisory experience, dually certification (mental health & chemical dependency) preferred.
Excellent benefits. Send cover letter and resume to email@example.com or fax to 425-274-0728. YES is committed to having a diverse staff team. LGBTQ and people of color encouraged to apply.
YOUTH & FAMILY COUNSELOR -
Provide intake evaluations and outpatient youth and family counseling in both school and agency settings (days and evenings). We offer a collaborative and supportive work environment. Experience in youth and family counseling; ability to work with diverse populations; Master’s Degree, License and MHP preferred. Trained in Evidence-Based Practices (i.e. DBT, CBT) preferred. Excellent benefits. Bi-lingual applicants encouraged to apply. Send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. YES is committed to having a diverse staff team. LGBTQ and people of color encouraged to apply.
Be a volunteer and make a difference
YES depends on nearly 20,000 volunteer hours a year to help us build self-reliant youth, strong families and a safe, caring Eastside community. Our volunteers receive training and support, along with the deep satisfaction of knowing you're making a real difference in the lives of young people. Here are just a few ways you can help:
Table Captain – Invest in Youth Breakfast
- Help us raise funds for the largest fundraiser of the year by inviting your friends and colleagues as a guest at your table. There is no cost to you.
Mentoring opportunities with excellent support/guidance/training
- Success Mentoring Program: Adult mentors commit 2 hours per week for at least a year. Get to know your 9-17-year-old mentee doing things you both enjoy.
- Help two or more hours per week with administrative tasks like filing, copying, data entry and other office projects, depending on your interests and skill level.
- Practice what you are learning in college about marketing or public relations. Work 5 hours per week for three to six months.
- Support a drive to collect back-to-school supplies, summer camp necessities, activity tickets or other items at your work, church, school or other group. Then join us for a fun filling-day or help with distribution—a great office team or book group project. Items are used for low income kids participating in Summer Explorers Therapeutic Day Camp, UPROADS Teen Recovery Group and more.
- Help plan one of the many gatherings like our mentor appreciation dinner, pumpkin carving or holiday celelbration. Provide food, decorate and/or help the staff make a truly memorable event.
- Plan a party fundraiser with your friends and neighbors.
- Spend a couple of hours a month calling and thanking YES donors, or assemble a group for a calling party.
Because of the confidential nature of the work we do at YES, we cannot accept volunteers who are less than 21 years old, or anyone who is fulfilling court-ordered community service hours.
For more information about any of these volunteer opportunities — or to suggest other ways that you might help YES — email our Brooke
or call 425.586.2326.