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CHC’s strength is that the staff leads with their heart and stay true to their mission and values, focusing on their people and adapting to changing community needs. We are seeking an accomplished financial leader to join as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). The ideal candidate will bring a wealth of experience in managing complex budgets with diverse revenue streams, showcasing expertise in endowments, restricted funds, and asset management. The CFO will also oversee operational aspects, including facilities, capital projects, leases, risk management, and compliance. This opportunity is perfect for a seasoned professional seeking to work alongside an innovative CEO and an outstanding nonprofit executive team, staff, and board. Download the CFO Position Description (PDF).
Esther B. Clark Schools at CHC strives to exist as a Beloved Community in which all members feel a sense of safety, belonging, and inclusion when working and learning together. We are seeking an experienced Director of Nonpublic Schools and Services at CHC to oversee our two state-certified nonpublic schools, ensuring quality supports and services. Lead a dynamic team, ensuring top-notch daily operations, interdisciplinary collaboration, and compliance with local, state, and federal mandates. With a focus on quality care, you’ll play a pivotal role in creating an environment where every student thrives. Download the Director of Nonpublic Schools and Services Position Specification (PDF).
CHC proudly offers highly competitive benefits to keep you healthy, wealthy and wise. We know families come in all shapes and sizes, and discovering a livable, lovable career environment with the right benefits can be an art. Take a look at some of our our benefits and rewards.
Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance Plans, and all the trimmings. Everything you need to be happy and healthy.
We understand the challenges of commuting in Silicon Valley! Many staff have a degree of flexibility in how many hours they work and when, and in some cases where as well.
CHC clinicians receive free continuing education classes that are offered onsite in Palo Alto and are reimbursed for professional memberships and license renewals.
Healthy snacks, gym access in Palo Alto, and confidential Employee Assistance Programs to help our staff address health, well-being and work-life issues.
In addition to your regular pay you receive Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account, 529 College Savings, 401k Contributions and more.
Accrue 3 weeks of paid vacation per year to start, 2 weeks of paid sick leave each year AND paid holidays – usually 14-16 per year!
CHC participates in the WageWorks commuter benefits program to use pre-tax dollars for mass transit and/or parking expenses.
As a non-profit agency tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, our employees may take advantage of the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program.
To transform young lives by providing culturally responsive best-in-class learning and mental health services to families from diverse backgrounds regardless of language, location or ability to pay.
Collegial teams, across disciplines and across service divisions, offer diverse perspectives to build a care team greater than the sum of its individual members. CHC’s supportive staff culture means you always have a seat at the table, you are always learning, and your clients are always the top priority. Learn more about the culture and lifestyle at CHC.
Positive outcomes and high client satisfaction are our #1 priorities.
We remove barriers to care with multicultural and linguistic sensitivity and financial assistance.
We maintain the highest standard of professionalism and deliver life-changing services.
We are actively involved with more than 50 like-minded community partners.
Every employee and client is treated with the greatest value and respect.
— A CHC Clinician