Employment at PACS

At Pacific Asian Counseling Services, our goal is to provide client focused, quality services to clients and their families. We seek a diverse staff of well-qualified culturally and linguistically competent professionals and para-professionals. In order to hire and retain a valued work force, we offer competitive wages and benefit package, professional development, and a caring and supportive work environment.

Resumes are accepted for all positions and are kept active for 3 months from receipt. Resumes will be reviewed for possible match to the position that becomes available during that period. Generally, ideal candidates for Clinical Service positions at PACS will be bilingual English and Spanish, Vietnamese, Thai, Khmer or any Pacific Islander language, have some experience working with DMH Medi-Cal clients, and be familiar with DMH documentation.

PACS seeks those who have true compassion to help the underserved, a willingness to work with ethnically diverse clients in a structured treatment plan modality and a commitment to move clients toward recovery. Resumes with cover letters may be faxed to the attention of Joycelyn Manzano, Director of Human Resources at (310) 337-1550, Ext. 2009 or emailed to jmanzano@pacsla.org.

Positions Available

Intensive Services Coordinator

Licensed Mental Health Professional with minimum of +1 year experience in providing clinical supervision hours, possess LPS Authorization.  Individual will provide direct services in addition to program coordination as assigned by Division Manager.If interested in the above employment opportunity, please...//more//

CalWORKS Coordinator

Licensed Mental Health Profession with a minimum of +1 year experience providing clinical supervision hours; previous experience in providing clinical services for CalWORKS clients. Individual will provide direct services in addition to program coordination as assigned by Division Manager. If interested...//more//

Children’s Division Manager

Requires +5 years experienced as Licensed Mental Health Professional (LCSW/LMFT)  +2 years’ experience providing clinical supervision hours towards licensure; 2 years working experience in DMH Children’s Programs, Certification in MAP, TFCBT, CPP, or other EBP; 2 years of management experience...//more//

SHV Program: Family Support Worker

(Khmer speaking) will provide home visitation, services and support to families who are at risk of adverse childhood experiences including maltreatment for infants and children, birth to 5 years old.   Priority preference BA in Human Service or BSW, with knowledge...//more//

Mental Health Clinicians

Mental Health Clinicians (CA BBS registered CSW, MFT, licensed or license eligible) for:Intensive Services: FSP, FCCS, AOTAdult Services: Cal WORKS,Children Services: PEI: MAP, TFCBP; School based with MAT AssessmentsPriority preference; hands on experience in DHM programs and documentation and bilingual...//more//

Mental Health Clinician

# of Positions Available: 2REQUIREMENTS:CA Board of Behavior Science registered ASW or MFT-I, with 2 years or more experience in providing clinical services to culturally diverse clientele.Master degree in social work, psychology, marriage and family therapy.Ability to provide treatment for...//more//

Parent Advocate

Summary: Pacific Asian Counseling Services (PACS) is seeking an energetic and intelligent individual to serve as its Parent Advocate to conduct parent engagement and advocacy toward the development, implementation and evaluation of competent cultural and linguistic appropriate mental health service...//more//