North Marin Community Services is an equal, opportunity employer. Open employment opportunities are listed below.

North Marin Community Services offers an environment in which our staff can work and develop their skills, while making a difference every day in the lives of the individuals, youth and families we serve. We employ 60 staff, and seek to hire bilingual candidates as possible. We operate under a 3-year Strategic Plan, with Annual Plans linked to staff goals, as well as our mission and vision. This allows our staff to work strategic towards achieving our mission of service to the community of Novato. We offer a generous benefit package including medical and dental benefits, PTO, employee assistance program, and childcare discount. View our Annual Report and financials.

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Open Positions

Bilingual Mental Health Clinician

The Bilingual Mental Health Clinician (BMHC) is a member of both the Community and School-based Counseling Department at NMCS and the Behavioral Health Services team at Canal Alliance. At the NMCS and Canal Alliance, the BMHC provides behavioral health support to low-income, uninsured Spanish speaking community members identified by the Latino Connection Promotora team. This work concentrates on immigrant trauma with a focus on psycho-education, the development of healthy coping skills, and stress reduction. The service design reflects the cultural norms of the Latino community we serve. Services include individual or family brief interventions and group services with a focus on problem solving and coaching. Read more about the Bilingual Mental Health Clinician

Latino Wellness Coordinator

The position’s primary responsibility is to coordinate the launch and implementation of a Mental Health Stigma Reduction Initiative. Responsibilities include coordinating with the Promotores Program to both implement a Spanish language stigma-reduction media campaign and train community influencers to educate Latino men about the role of mental health in overall health. Research and review available mental health stigma reduction campaigns and implement a public awareness media campaign to reduce mental health stigma in Marin’s Latino community using various media campaign tactics, such as, Facebook, bus stop ads, newspaper articles, radio shows, etc. To apply, submit a resume and cover letter to Read more about the Latino Wellness Coordinator position.

School Age Childcare Driver/Part-Time

North Marin Community Services is in need of a driver to pick up Elementary school children from school in the morning 8:00 AM to 8:30 AM, and 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, and 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM on Wednesdays. The pay is $15/hour. Drivers must be over 21 years of age, with a decent driving record, have current insurance, must pass a fingerprint scan, have a clean health record with a recent TB clearance, and complete a first aid/CPR class (which the NYC can provide).  To apply, submit a resume and cover letter to For more information about employment openings, please call (415) 892-1643, ext. 235.

 Substitute Teacher: Pre-Toddler, Toddler, Preschool, School Age and Middle School

North Marin Community Services is looking for someone who enjoys working with children and supervising them in an ECE, After School or Summer Camp setting; supporting children’s development in a nurturing, kind manner with emphasis on positive discipline. Assist Head Teachers in daily routines, including support of staff and agency procedures. Read more about the Substitute Teacher Job Description


Mental Health Internships

Under the supervision of the Clinical Director, this position is responsible for performing therapy in a manner that is consistent with the legal and ethical standards set by the professional field and North Marin Community Services Mission. To learn more, please email and a packet will be mailed to you.

Paid Counseling Internship

We are seeking a candidate with a Master’s level MFT Intern or MSW Associate in search of clinical hours working with children and families at school sites in the Novato Unified School district. Other opportunities to serve youth and families of the Novato Community at one of our two clinic sites are available. Read more about Paid Counseling Internship