Now Hiring: Executive Director

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Yolo Community Care Continuum (YCCC) is a nonprofit community-based organization serving individuals with a serious mental illness.


The Executive Director is the chief administrator of Yolo Community Care Continuum and serves under the general direction of the Board of Directors.  The Executive Director has authority in directing all aspects of the agency including fiscal, personnel, program, community relations, and funding developments.  Implements strategic plans, develops agency resources, works closely with the Board of Directors.  This is an exempt position.


  • $88,889.25/annually
  • Annual pay increases
  • Annual Leave
  • Sick Leave
  • Holiday Pay
  • Health Insurance Options
  • Supplemental Insurance Options
  • Discretionary Retirement Withholding
  • Profit Sharing Plan
  • A positive work and team environment


  • Program Administration; management of six current programs, develop goals and objectives, communicates strategic plan, ensures quality services
  • Personnel Management; oversees 70+ employees, hires, supervises, evaluates program managers, provides training and orientation to agency and its culture
  • Financial Sustainability; develops and manages annual budget of over $4 million, negotiates and manages multiple programs contracts and grants, solidifies and increases earned revenue relationships, organize fundraising efforts
  • Relationships; Board of Directors, community partnerships, county agencies, media approval
  • Thought Leadership; consistently works to raise YCCC standards, strengthens reputation as an expert in the field
  • Employer and Volunteer Organization of Choice; strengthens employee retention levels, attract talented staff and volunteers, provides supervision to management team
  • Universal Criteria; ethical standards, HIPAA/HITECH


Education:  A Master’s degree in psychology, social work, counseling, nonprofit management, or another related field is required.    License preferred but not required.
Experience:  Five years’ experience supervising mental health programs and two years’ experience administering multiple programs.  Additional experience in nonprofit management required, experience in writing and securing grants from public and nonprofit agencies preferred. 
Knowledge:  Thorough knowledge of business practices, demonstrated knowledge of management principles and practices, and of complex budgeting practices, including those in the public and nonprofit sectors.  Demonstrated knowledge of psychosocial rehabilitation practices, and of developing and evaluating programs.  Knowledge of current funding available, and entrepreneurial opportunities that may become available.  Knowledge of the best practices in the field of mental health.
Skills:  Ability to adapt agency programs to changing funding requirements and culture.  Ability to represent the agency effectively to the community and to funding sources.  History of writing and receiving large grants and managing multiple grants for the agency.  Ability to remain calm in stressful situations.  Ability to collaborate with other community providers and partners.  Ability to use Microsoft Office programs and other computer software.  Ability to read and understand technical written materials and regulations.
Other Requirements:  Ability to: lift 20 lbs, drive as needed, valid driver’s license, clean driving record required. Employment is contingent upon receiving Department of Justice and FBI fingerprint clearance and thorough license verification.  Current First Aid/CPR/AED certifications are required prior to employment. 

You can download the Yolo Community Care Continuum brochure here.

Our Mission

Yolo Community Care Continuum is a nonprofit organization established to better the lives of people with mental illness through direct services, advocacy, education, and volunteer efforts.

Yolo Community Care Continuum strives to excel as a dynamic presence in our community. Our goal is to provide client-driven services which assist people to attain their highest level of mental health possible.

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YCCC is proud to be a United Way certified nonprofit partner. You can donate to YCCC through your employer’s United Way Campaign. (UW ID #3169)

Yolo Community Care Continuum is a 501(c)3, tax exempt nonprofit organization established to better the lives of people with mental illness through direct services, advocacy, education and volunteer efforts. Copyright © 2012, Yolo Community Care Continuum. All rights reserved.