Current Openings

Ways to Apply

  • Online: Apply here or at
  • In person: Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm Administrative Offices 1101 N. 4th Ave. (northwest corner of Speedway/4th Ave.) Please bring application filled out. Resume is optional. Printable Application can be found below.
  • By mail: Send application and/or resume to:
    Casa de los Niños
    Attn: (position applied for)
    1101 N. 4th Ave.
    Tucson, AZ 85705

Administration – Director, Behavioral Health Services

Casa de los Niños is hiring a senior level position to oversee behavioral health services to children birth-18 years in Pima County. Join a dynamic growing organization focused on child well-being and family stability. Casa de los Niños has been in the Tucson community for over 40 years providing services for prevention, intervention and treatment of abuse and neglect. The Director of Behavioral Health Services is responsible for developing, implementing and overseeing the administrative and clinical operation of a children’s behavioral health program serving Pima County. The Director will be responsible for providing a full continuum of quality behavioral health care to children birth-21years of age. The Director will also directly supervise a group of professional staff. Behavioral Health Services offered thru this network will follow family centered practice principles, use evidence based service delivery models, and build an expertise meeting the special need of children in the foster care system. Casa de los Niños offers competitive salaries commensurate with experience and excellent Employee Benefits including United Health Care medical insurance, dental & life insurance, Employee Assistance Program and 401(k) Retirement Plan. Casa de los Niños’ team of highly qualified staff enjoy the benefits of a rewarding and family friendly work environment while providing support and the provision of services designed to strengthen families and create a nurturing community for all of our children.
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Behavioral Health Services – Care Coordinator

***$1,000.00 signing bonus for the Care Coordinator position*** The Care Coordinator is responsible for the comprehensive coordination of behavioral health services for children who have complex psychosocial needs and support to their parents and guardians. The position provides assessment, crisis intervention, individual, family and group services to children, youth, and families. The Care Coordinator facilitates Child & Family Teams and engages members and their families in recovery oriented treatment planning. The Care Coordinator will carry an assigned caseload and will deliver services singly or as part of a team and maintain accurate and timely clinical service records, prepare and provide accurate reports; and submit data in an accurate and timely manner. Will have a reasonable case load and work in a professional team environment. Some positions require variable schedules including evening and weekend hours.
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Behavioral Health Services – Child & Family Therapist

The Child & Family Therapist is responsible for clinically evaluating and assessing client family situations and providing group and/or individual therapy, either in the client's home or at the agency depending on program and/or assignment to culturally diverse families. The Therapist will maintain clinical files and complete required progress reports and will work and cooperate with school programs, referral agencies and other outside resources.
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Behavioral Health Services – Family Support Specialist

The Family Support Specialist (FSS) is responsible for providing home-based intervention services, referral and coordination of activities that will assist members and their guardians in the attainment of service planning and treatment goals. The FSS engages members and their families in recovery oriented treatment activities and supports the Care Coordinator and other team members in the delivery of behavioral health services. The FSS will deliver services singly or as part of a team and maintain accurate and timely clinical service records, prepare and provide accurate reports; and submit data in an accurate and timely manner. Position requires variable schedules including evening and weekend hours.
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Behavioral Health Services – Team Lead, Care Coordinaton

The Team Lead is responsible for the supervision of Care Coordinators as well as the coordination of behavioral health services for children and their families who have complex psychosocial needs. The position supports a team of 8 to 10 Care Coordinators that provide assessment, crisis intervention, individual, family and group services to children, youth, and families. We are looking for leadership with an attitude that can make work fun and rewarding. Lots of opportunity to mentor and support those new to the field. Work environment and colleagues are a plus at this agency. The position will be required to provide weekly as well as "open door" supervision for staff, maintain and support compliance reporting and electronic health record management, and help their staff submit documentation in an accurate and timely manner. Some flexibility in hours needed for the position but freedom to manage your own schedule.
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Business Operations – Environmental Services Worker (On Call)

Supports the total child caring function of Casa de los Niños by meeting the sanitation, janitorial, and laundry needs for the agency. Job functions include, but are not limited to, cleaning, sanitizing, vacuuming, mopping, and other activities that support the agency’s janitorial and environmental services. Ensure essential areas are cleaned and sanitized, and ensure there are sufficient stocks of expendable cleaning and janitorial supplies on hand at all times. This also includes the gathering, separating, washing as well as folding and putting away of bedding and clothes as part of the laundry duties as scheduled and assigned.
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Development & Community Relations – Development & Community Relations Assistant

The Development & Community Relations Assistant plays an important role by supporting and participating in all fundraising and community relations activities. Manages multiple projects and provides administrative support to the Department of Development and Community Relations.
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Foster Care Program – Child Care Worker (On Call)

The Child Care Worker is responsible for providing child care services to a group of children comprised of toddlers through preschoolers up to age 12 while their parent(s) are receiving foster/adoptive parent pre-service training on an as needed basis.
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Foster Care Program – Child Specific Recruiter

The Foster Family Child Specific Recruiter is responsible for identifying adoptive families for children in out-of-home care and working with the child to prepare him/her for adoption. Responsibilities include developing an individualized plan to obtain placement with a particular child based on the child’s background including children who can be more difficult to place through traditional recruitment techniques, such as older children, sibling groups, or those who are medically complex or who have behavioral health issues. Demonstrated expertise in child/youth assessment, child/youth preparation, and collaboration that blends services and resources to meet the child/youth’s needs in the best way possible is essential.
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In Home Services – Family Support Specialist

The Family Support Specialist is responsible for providing behavior management support and training to culturally diverse client families. Position continually assesses the family's need for support, training and additional services; acts as the program liaison to community and provider agencies; and provides crisis intervention as assigned.
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Nurse-Family Partnership Program – Nurse Home Visitor

The Nurse-Family Partnership Home Visiting Program Nurse Home Visitor (NFPHVP) is responsible for providing comprehensive community health nursing services to women and their families eligible for the NFPHVP Program. The Nurse Home Visitor is responsible for maintaining the highest standards in clinical nursing practice and adherence to the Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) model, and to policies, procedures, guidelines and standards of NFP and of the lead agency.
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Nurse-Family Partnership Program – Nurse Supervisor

Nurse-Family Home Visitation Program is a home visiting program that is collaboration between Casa de los Niños and Easter Seals Blake Foundation. . One primary purpose of the NFHVP Nurse Supervisor role is to work within the local community and lead agency structure to assure that the program becomes an implementation site of the national Nurse Family Partnership, a research based program that has demonstrated to significantly improve critical outcomes for at risk women and their children.. Another primary purpose of the NFP Nurse Supervisor is using principles of supervision, reflective practice, and staff development, to provide primary support and appropriate oversight to the Nurse Home Visitors, and Community Health Workers to build and model a strengths-based, client-centered culture.
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Parent Aide Services – Parent Aide (FT & PRN/On Call)

The Parent Aide works in conjunction with the Parent Aide Services Program Supervisor and CPS to assure implementation of a spectrum of support services, instruction and assistance to parents/caregivers to improve their skills and ability to fulfill parenting roles and responsibilities. Support services include, but are not limited to, addressing safety threats and risks; parenting skills training, education and training in activities related to home management; arrangement and supervision of visits for children in out of home placements; scheduling and providing transportation; attending case staffings and court hearings as requested; and resource referral and access. Fully understands and complies with Parent Aide contractual obligations and policies. Collaborates with other community agencies working with the family. This position reports directly to the Parent Aide Services Program Supervisor and/or Parent Aide Team Lead.
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Shelter – Medical Transport Specialist (PRN/On Call)

*** PRN/ON CALL POSITION*** The Medical Transport Specialist is responsible for the coordination, scheduling, and providing transportation for children to and from appointments. This position is also a part of the Medical Program and assists with other medical services under the supervision of a licensed nurse.
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Shelter – Primary Care Worker (FT, PT & PRN/On Call)

Casa de los Niños’ shelter programs are based upon a primary care model which requires working in small groups with low staff/child ratios to provide a substitute family life experience for the children in Shelter care. The Primary Care Worker ensures the safety, developmental, and nutritional needs of Casa’s children. Primary Care workers must possess the ability to work with children from age’s infant – up to 18years old.
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Shelter – Staff Nurse (PRN/On Call)

***PRN/ON CALL POSITION*** The Staff Nurse serves as the primary provider for the direct medical care for the children in the shelter. This position triages and coordinates the medical care and services for the children in the residence.
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Shelter – Supervisor of Medical Services

The Supervisor of Medical Services is a part-time administrative position. The position oversees the implementation of the Casa Medical Program and is responsible for supervising the medical care and services received by the children as well as supervising the performance of the medical staff. This position is responsible for program development, implementation, training, and supervision.
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Thrift Store – Production Associate

This position is essentially a “floater” position and works where needed. This position will process merchandise as well as cashiering duties. Sorts through all donated merchandise, prepares and prices merchandise for sale. Transports merchandise to sales floor, displays and stocks shelves and racks, rotating as needed. Maintains outdoor facilities including parking lots, gates, As-Is yard and mini mobiles. Accepts donations, writes receipts. Provides courteous and respectful customer service through cashiering functions to include processing credit cards and handling cash and vouchers. Takes initiative working on the retail floor stocking merchandise, answering customers’ questions, writing up sales and signing donation receipts. Maintain an organized, efficient and safe work area and a neat and orderly sales floor. Keeps all areas clean, neat and organized.
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