Job Opportunities

We are proud of our agency and the important work we have been doing for Napa County since our founding in 1972. We believe that each employee contributes directly to the success of our agency, and we look forward to the opportunity of working with you! Below is a full listing of all the current job opportunities available at Cope.

If you have any questions about an opportunity listed below, or would like to more information about working at Cope Family Center, please contact Susanne Deiss-Costanzo, Director of Human Resources & Operations. 

Data Coordinator

Job Class: Part-time, non-exempt, hourly, benefitted
Reports to: Program Director
Supervisory Responsibilities: None
Hours: 20 hours/week, daily Monday-Friday, flexible hours between 8:30am and 5:00pm

Job Summary
The Data Coordinator (DC) is a highly organized and detail-focused individual with a college education who is responsible for coordinating Cope's program data collection, entering the data into our various databases and monitoring timely entry and completeness of the data. In this vital entry-level support role for our program team, the DC will contribute directly to the agency's efforts toward the successful implementation, management and quality assurance of our evidence-based programs. The successful candidate is a mixture between a real numbers-cruncher and an engaged member of our service-driven team. 

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The deadline to apply is Thursday, August 30th, 2019. Please note: We will only consider inquires complete with current resume and a thoughtful cover letter stating how you feel your qualifications match what we are looking for in our new Data Coordinator. We look forward to hearing from you. 


Childcare Provider

Job Class: Non-exempt casual/very part-time; mostly evening hours Mon-Thurs 5:30-8:30pm; occasional daytime hours Mon-Fri
Reports to: Parent Education/Family Resource Center Program Manager

Job Summary
The childcare providers at Cope Family Center create a positive nurturing environment for children and their parents. They foster a caring relationship among children, parents and caregivers. Childcare providers oversee the children’s play area and interact in a supportive manner with children, parents/caregivers and staff members.

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Apply as soon as possible. Open until positions are filled. Please note: We will only consider applications with a current resume and cover letter specifically stating how your qualifications match the Childcare Provider position description. We look forward to hearing from you.