Open Job Positions:

Mental Health Jobs

In Our Own Voice Presentor

“In Our Own Voice” is a unique public education program developed by NAMI, in which two trained consumer speakers share compelling and personal testimonies of living with and overcoming the challenges posed by mental illness. Audience participation and discussion are encouraged, and a brief video with a variety of stories accompanies the presentation.

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Mental Health Job

Ending The Silence Presenter

The Ending the Silence (ETS) presenter’s purpose is to inform high school students of the symptoms and indicators of mental illness as well as explore ways for people to help themselves, friends or family members who may be in need of support.

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Youth Program Administrator, Mental Health, NAMI Santa Clara County

Youth Program Administrator

Youth Program Administrator oversees the administration/coordination of all aspects of the ETS (Ending the Silence), Walk In My Shoes & NAMI On Campus. Including planning, organizing, staffing, supervising, outreach, leading and coordinating program activities. This position reports to the Education Manager & works with the Executive Director on a regular basis.

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Mental Health Peer Mentor, Community Peer Program, NAMI Santa clara County

Peer Mentor

A Peer Mentor works with participants referred by hospitals that have given us grants or funds. Mentors are doing well in their recovery and support their Participant in the journey to wellness and recovery.

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Peer Connector

Are you an adult who lives with a mental health condition? Have you graduated from NAMI Peer-To-Peer Class?
We invite you to consider using your lived experience to support others in their journey toward better self-care and more independence. As a Peer Connector, you will be trained to work …

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Volunteer Positions

NAMI Santa Clara County relies heavily on volunteers to maintain our excellent programs and services. Volunteering at NAMI Santa Clara County is an opportunity to join NAMI in creating a mental health friendly community that enables people and families impacted by mental health conditions build better lives.

* Note: Santa Clara County cannot accommodate volunteers under age 18, with the exception of certain annual community events (when supervised by a responsible adult): NAMIWalks (September), Holiday Gift Drive (mid-December), and NAMI Picnic (late July).

Volunteer application form

Download the volunteer application and send the completed application to Volunteer Outreach Manager by email or by mail to our office at 1150 S. Bascom Avenue, San Jose, CA 95128. The Volunteer Outreach Manager will contact you after she receives your application.  * Please Note: Some positions may require training and/or orientation.

Volunteer positions are subject to availability and necessity. If we don’t have a role available for you right now, we will keep your information on file for future opportunities. For more information go to Volunteer Opportunities