Auburn Youth Resources is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, with funding from local, city, and state contracts, and private contributions. Auburn Youth Resources is committed to equal employment opportunity in all employment practices for all individuals without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or veteran status.
Our employees earn competitive salaries and receive excellent benefits including flexible work schedules, great health and medical benefits, vacation time and a pension plan. We are an equal employment opportunity employer.
Our preferred method of receiving job applications is via email.
Applicants should submit a resume with a cover letter to DelethaWr@ayr4kids.org. Please indicate which position you are applying for. Applicants may also submit resumes by mail to: Auburn Youth Resources, Attn: Human Resources Department, 1000 Auburn Way South, Auburn, WA 98002.
The Clinical Director supervises and oversees all aspects of the behavioral health department following the agency mission, vision and strategic plan and to improve the quality of life for those served by the organization. The Clinical Director assures that programs operate on the basis of sound administrative, fiscal and quality management principles within available resources.
Under the supervision of the Community Programs Manager, the Safe Place Coordinator’s role is to ensure programs run smoothly and effectively, and provide coverage both at the Arcadia Drop-in Center and on-call every third week as part of a county-wide collaboration.
The family therapist provides clinical and life domain assessment, diagnosis and clinical therapeutic services to individuals and families. The therapist provides services at various sites within the community (i.e. AYR office, EYFRC, School, family homes, etc.). The therapist uses a systemic approach to therapeutic services.
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Auburn Youth Resources’ Arcadia Young Adult Shelter serves young adults (ages 18-24) who are experiencing homelessness. The shelter provides a safe, indoor space for young adults to spend the night. The Shelter Monitor works overnight shifts and ensures a safe environment for young adults overnight by monitoring the behaviors and interactions of program participants.