Job Opportunities

Old Pueblo Community Services has been an employer in the social services sector of the Tucson community for over 20 years. We are a driven, dedicated staff, passionate about delivering excellent services and empowering clients to live to their full potential. OPCS offers a comfortable work environment. We believe that we can help our clients and have fun in the work place at the same time. We are willing to train those who are passionate about helping people and willing to go the extra mile to help the client. We offer opportunities for our staff to move up in the organization.

In alignment with Old Pueblo’s Mission, our staff demonstrates a deep and purposeful commitment to the following Guiding Principles:

  • Commitment
  • Integrity
  • Respect
  • Fun
  • Stewardship
  • Sense of Urgency
  • Trust
  • Empathy
  • Success
  • Servanthood
  • Empowerment

We welcome our clients regardless of race, ethnicity, religious preference, or sexual orientation and employ a diverse workforce to best meet diverse client needs.

   Case Aide

Job Status: Full Time

Pay Rate: DOE

The Case Aide assists the Recovery Coach in developing case plans in collaboration with the VA Liaison and each new client, following up with weekly case plan reviews with the VA Liaison to assist client in reaching identified goals. Duties and Responsibilities include interviewing clients to define level of need and referring clients to mainstream services. The Case Aide is available to receive new residents on an “on call basis” from the VA and, at intake, access level of need; facilitate showers, laundry, cooking (if needed), and that each new resident is given food.  Minimum qualifications include High School Diploma/GED or one year related experience and/or training and a working knowledge of applicable services available in Tucson. Experience in Community Reinforcement Approach (CRA) and Motivational Interviewing a plus. All qualifications and duties are outlined in the full Case Aide Job Description.

Job Description: Case Aide

   Communications Coordinator

Job Status: Part Time, Flexible Schedule

Pay Rate: DOE

Seeking an assertive Communications Coordinator who is interested in social media marketing and online fundraising for this new part-time position.  This position offers a flexible schedule and opportunity to work remotely some of the time.  A four-year degree in marketing or related area is preferred.  Knowledge of fundraising practice, experience with volunteers and/or event planning a plus.  All qualifications and duties are outlined in the full Communications Coordinator Job Description.

Job Description: Communications Coordinator

   Therapist

Job Status: Full Time

Pay Rate: DOE

The Therapist assists clients in recovery from substance abuse and/or substance dependence with evidence-based outpatient substance abuse and dependence behavioral health interventions.

Duties and Responsibilities include individual counseling and group counseling; screening; assessment; development and implementation of service plans. Position requires a minimum Bachelor’s Degree. Preference is given to those with a Master’s Degree in a related behavior health area. Two years supervised experience delivering substance abuse and dependency behavior health services are required. The ideal candidate will be a Licensed Associate or Independent Substance Abuse Counselor, licensed by Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners. All qualifications and duties are outlined in the full Therapist Job Description.

Job Description: Therapist

   Associate Director of Recovery Communities

Job Status: Full Time

Pay Rate: DOE

The primary responsibilities of the Associate Director of Recovery Communities are to observe and evaluate services, ensuring quality standards of service delivery of all clinical services delivered by OPCS Behavioral Health employees and contractors; provide clinical and administrative supervision for outpatient programs; and ensure development and maintenance of the Clinical Supervision and Orientation Manual and the Annual Training Plan, in accordance with CARF standards.  Working closely with the Director of Recovery Communities and Executive Team, the Associate Director will attend all Directors’ meetings and participate in Strategic Planning for the organization.  The preferred candidate will hold an Independent Behavioral Health license awarded by the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners and an approved Clinical Supervisor through this same body.  Minimally, a strong candidate will have a Master’s Degree in a related field/Licensed through the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners and management Experience in Behavioral Health Services. All qualifications and duties are outlined in the full Associate Director of Recovery Communities job description.

Job Description: Associate Director of Recovery Communities

     Old Pueblo Job Application

Important Notes:

  • Experience in Community Reinforcement Approach (CRA) and Motivational Interviewing a plus.
  • Our agency is dedicated to utilizing CRA and MI strategies and an applicant must be willing to train and apply these strategies and principles.
  • Drug screen, criminal and driving background checks, and employment references are checked.

Old Pueblo Community Services Nondiscrimination Policy

Old Pueblo Community Services does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex including discrimination based on pregnancy, gender identity or sex stereotyping.

Old Pueblo Community Services no discrimina por motivos de raza, color, origen nacional, edad, discapacidad, o sexo en particular la discriminación basada en el embarazo, identidad de género o estereotipos sexuales.