Careers and Internships
Psychiatric Mental Health APRN for Children & Families
School Based Clinician (English-Speaking)
School Based Bilingual Clinician (English and Spanish-Speaking)
Bilingual Care Coordinator – School and Community Based (English and Spanish-Speaking)
Care Coordinator – Early Childhood Home Visiting Program
Master’s Level Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant
Do you want a job that makes a difference in your community?
You’ll be part of a passionate and qualified team that provides a variety of interventions in home-, school, and community-based settings. Every department works collaboratively with team members and other social service providers to meet the complex mental health needs of children and families. No matter what your role, you are contributing to bettering the lives of the communities we serve. We strive to match the right person to the right opportunity to best ensure children and families who need our services receive the highest quality of care.
We strive to match the right person to the right opportunity to best ensure children and families who need our services receive the highest quality of care.
Top Five Reasons to Work With Us
- You’ll work with skilled, highly-experienced professionals who love what they do.
- You’ll receive the training, continuing education, and experience needed to ensure career growth.
- You’ll gain exposure to a wide variety of clinical challenges
- You’ll receive a generous benefits package.
- You’ll help to change the life of a child.
Clinical Internship Program
We have a robust intern program where Master and Doctoral level candidates from leading universities throughout CT and NY are given the opportunity to have real world experiences in providing behavioral health services to children and families. Under close supervision by highly-experienced and licensed clinicians, interns are provided a small caseload and provide therapy to clients. Interns also participate in weekly clinical team meetings and case presentations, receive weekly supervision, and attend weekly intern seminars.
To learn more about our Clinical Internship Program, please e-mail Monica Griffin, Intern Coordinator at [email protected]Clinical Internship Program Openings
In Their Own Words
“Having the ability to serve the community, growing professionally and as a human being, having the sense of purpose and working with phenomenal people is the reason I love this job!”
“I enjoy coming to work because of the knowledgeable and committed colleagues I get to work with everyday.”
“I love the culture at Mid-Fairfield and being able to help the children and families in the community in many different ways.”
Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action
It is the policy of Mid-Fairfield to provide Equal employment opportunity to all qualified people without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, age, national origin or physical or mental handicap and any other characteristic protected under federal or Connecticut law, and to promote the full realization of that policy through positive, ongoing staff training and employment efforts. Mid-Fairfield is fully committed to assuring equal opportunity and equal consideration through an affirmative action program, to all applicants and employees in personnel matters including recruitment, hiring, training, promotion, salaries and other compensation, transfer, layoff or termination. Mid-Fairfield will aggressively seek personnel for all job levels within the organization through upgrading any under-represented groups. Likewise, Mid-Fairfield commits itself to an affirmative action policy that permeates the entire organization and reflects the diversity of its client population.