If you want to build on your abilities with a strong organization while making a significant impact on people’s lives, you should consider a career with Community Human Services. We are Monterey County’s largest and most comprehensive provider of human services.

Our commitment to continuous quality improvement impacts the lives of our consumers and community while contributing to the development of our employees. Ongoing training and attention to your development prepare you to succeed. Your achievements and leadership are rewarded by advancement opportunities; we desire to promote people from within our organization.

CHS provides a competitive benefits package including:

  • Medical (100% for employees, 50% for dependents)
  • Dental (100% for employees, 50% for dependents)
  • Long-term disability insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Employer-matched 403B
  • Paid sick leave, holidays and vacation

submit application

To apply for a position at CHS, send a completed application and resume with cover letter via email or post. Please include job title and reference number in your cover letter or email subject line.

send to:

Rosie Angulo
Administrative Services Manager
Community Human Services

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 3076, Monterey, CA 93942
Phone: 831-658-3811
Fax: 831-658-3815

Current Job Openings

Full-Time Office Manager – Outpatient Treatment Center

Full-Time Office Manager – Outpatient Treatment Center

                  Office Manager at the Outpatient Treatment Center ensures coverage of telephone; front desk and reception area at all times; assists with the intake process; prepares copies and distributes reports; distributes phone messages, faxes, mail, charts and paperwork throughout the office; and     performs other clerical duties and assigned. Office Manager enters and closes clients in Avatar and enters all units of service on a daily basis. The Office Manager participates in continual quality improvement and state compliance processes, attends regular staff meetings

Essential Duties include telephones and front desk are covered at all times. Provide telephone information regarding the program, schedule assessments and intakes. Assembles admission packets and ensures that they are available when needed. Schedule Clients medical Intake appointments and prepare medical appointment log weekly. Prepare charts for Intakes. Logs into Avatar to register and discharge outpatient clients. Ensure that all UOS have been entered into Avatar monthly. Print Reports for completion of billing process monthly. Receive and record payments and enforces payment agreements. Assist with Datar Report Monthly. Verify client’s initial Medi-Cal eligibility and provide ongoing monthly eligibility verification. Prepare monthly petty cash report for administration monthly.

Minimum qualifications include a High school diploma or GED. Two years’ experience, preferably in clinic setting. Proficient in Microsoft Office. Two years clean and sober if in recovery. Oral and written communication skills and ability to communicate effectively with patients, staff and medical professionals.

     Starting pay $2,940 - $3,241 month D.O.E. Additional 5% if Bilingual (E/S). Generous benefits package including dental and vision coverage. AA/EOE.


Full-Time Counselor II – Drug Resource Specialist – King City Unified School District

Full-Time Counselor II – Drug Resource Specialist


The Drug Resource Specialist provides a variety of drug and alcohol prevention, education and counseling services for students and families on school campus and as referred by the school. The Counselor II Drug Resource Specialist position requires knowledge of substance abuse prevention, experience working with youth, families and schools, counseling and case management skills, computer competence (Outlook, Word), organizational and planning skills and excellent written and verbal skills. The incumbent must be able to work independently and as member of team.  The incumbent must also be able to work closely with school staff while staying connected to CHS and the supervisor to successfully implement program objectives and develop strong, healthy, ongoing relationships with students and the school.


Candidates for this position must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Counseling, Psychology or Social Work and two years related work experience.  The equivalent combination of education and related experience may be substituted for the above. Preference will be given to bilingual/bi-literate/bi-cultural candidates. Valid California driver’s license and auto insurance required.

Starting pay $3,308 - $3,646 month D.O.E. Additional 5% if Bilingual (E/S). Generous benefits package including medical, dental and vision coverage. AA/EOE.