Career Opportunities


Child Development Interventionists

A Child Development Interventionist supports a child’s progress through developmental milestones by employing play-based intervention with the child’s parent in the clinic, at home, and in community settings. Position is part time to start (25 hours/week), with the potential of building to full time.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Child Development, Early Childhood Education, or related field (i.e. Developmental Psychology, Sociology or Human Development)
  • Paid experience working with children
  • Valid CA driver’s license
  • CPR/First Aid


  • Starting rate is $16.50/hour
  • Mileage reimbursement and phone stipend
  • Ongoing training
  • Medical benefits start at 30 hours/week
  • Additional compensation for second language, Master’s degree, and/or over 7 years of experience

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 Fund Development Coordinator

The Development Coordinator is a full-time, exempt position reporting to the Development Director and also working with the Executive Director and volunteer leadership (Board of Directors and committees). This position is responsible for a variety of projects and tasks to support PCDA’s fundraising goals in a collaborative setting. Primary areas of focus include event coordination and execution, stakeholder communications and social media, donor database management, donor relations, and administrative support.

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PCDA has an atmosphere of team learning, where there is an enthusiasm for learning and sharing of interdisciplinary expertise on a daily basis. We support on-going professional development for our clinical staff through:

  1. Two week intensive training for new clinical staff
  2. Two-year curriculum of bi-weekly presentations covering a full range of topics
  3. Monthly DIR® themed presentations
  4. Monthly special topics or guest speakers
  5. Educational stipend for clinical specialists
  6. Scholarships for some staff to attend continuing education programs
  7. Flexible scheduling to allow staff to pursue higher education degree programs

PCDA supports student learning through:

  1. Hosting graduate students or interns in Occupational Therapy, Music Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Clinical Psychology
  2. Local high school and college students may volunteer to assist in year-round groups, summer programs, or at special events