Career Opportunites

Casa de Amparo is recognized as a leader in treating and preventing child abuse and neglect in San Diego County and beyond. Our Residential Services Program for Casa Kids, includes kids who are prenatal through 18 years old, who have been traumatized by child abuse or neglect. Each Casa Kid receives comprehensive trauma informed care tailored to their individual physical, social, emotional, developmental and educational needs, while also ensuring they have as many healthy childhood experiences as possible.

We offer a fun and encouraging work environment and the ability to develop your professional career! Take a look at the benefits available to employees now.

Full time benefits: medical, dental, vision, employer paid life insurance, LTD, EAP, 403(b) retirement plan, 12 paid holidays annually , Paid day off on your birthday, 8 days paid sick leave, PLUS a generous vacation package which includes 3 WEEKS paid vacation annually for the first 1-3 years of employment, 4 WEEKS of vacation annually for years 4 & 5, and 5 WEEKS of vacation annually for 6+ years of employment!

Other benefits: free coffee & snacks, fun staff appreciation events, discounted tickets to special events
hosted by Casa de Amparo, random free ticket offerings, free flu shots, Therapy Dog Tuesdays, & Walking
Wednesdays, Lunch with Executive Director, flowers to brighten up the office, inspiring coworkers and work
environment, and more!

Open Positions

The Visitation Monitor provides education, support, behavioral intervention and transportation for children and families involved in the Supervised Visitation Program. Promotes the needs of the child and family while supporting the physical safety and well-being of children birth-17 years.

The Visitation Monitor provides education, support, behavioral intervention and transportation for children and families involved in the Supervised Visitation Program. Promotes the needs of the child and family while supporting the physical safety and well-being of children birth-17 years.

The Residential Counselor provides for the protection, physical safety and well-being of children ages 12-18 years, including non-minor dependents and their children in a residential treatment setting. Likewise, they carry out group and/or individual planned activities according to a daily schedule.

This full time exempt position is responsible for providing appropriate clinical services to youth ages 12-17, including non minor dependents, and their children in a licensed residential treatment setting. Must provide individual, group, family, and milieu therapy, while providing information, consultation, advocacy, and collaborative treatment planning within the agency and in cooperation with other agencies.