WIN Job Openings


What is the Westside Infant-Family Network (WIN)?

The Westside Infant-Family Network (WIN), is an award-winning early childhood mental health program providing in-home therapy to young children and their families, coordinating a nest of cross-agency health, housing, food and educational supports for families through our agency partners, and striving to model how integrated health, mental health, core supports and wellness can help community transformation. We ensure young children and families get the help they need to overcome generations of abuse, neglect, educational and relational issues for a lifetime of success and wellbeing that they can pass on to their children. Harvard University chose us as one of a handful of programs nationwide to advise their Frontiers of Innovation (FOI) initiative, an effort to achieve breakthrough outcomes for children worldwide. We’ve always valued innovation, effort and outcomes.

WIN was recently awarded a $16M, 4-year LA County Department of Mental Health Innovations 2 (INN2), Building Trauma Resilient Communities contract serving the west-central area of Shelia Kuehl and Mark Ridley Thomas’ districts (BOS2 & 3). Using WIN’s award-winning cross-agency model, INN2 funds will allow us to build an expanded, trauma-resilient community, supported by a cross-sector network of agencies to identify and address trauma and mental health issues more broadly and earlier, provide more integrated care for families facing trauma, and better prevent trauma transmission from one generation to the next.


POSITION: Intergenerational Health Neighborhood (Intergen-HN) INN2 Project Director

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Project Director will lead our Intergen-HN INN2 efforts. The ideal candidate will be aware of the neuro-biological impacts of complex trauma on the health and wellbeing of children and families in our Central-West LA community. Charged with managing the day-to-day operations of a $16M, 4-year project extending from Venice to Crenshaw on the east, and the I-10 Corridor to Inglewood/Lennox on the south, the ideal candidate will have the ability to think and work quickly, with strong attention to detail. Qualified candidates will have led teams and managed programs with blended funding streams, they will think globally and locally, and have worked gracefully and effectively with diverse and vocal governmental, community and agency perspectives on a daily basis.


  • Serve as a leader and advocate for our collaborative effort to build a trauma resilient community with a shared goal of preventing trauma, building resiliency, and creating linkages to access services and treatment;
  • Plan, direct, and lead activities of a large government contract totaling $16M over four years.;
  • Maintain County of Los Angeles reporting requirements;
  • Establish relationships with LA County Department of Mental Health contract staff;
  • Represent the organization and partner agencies by attending all mandatory contractor meetings;
  • Ensure goals, objectives, and programmatic initiatives are being met with the prescribed time frame and funding parameters;
  • Establish work plans, assign duties/responsibilities, and scope of work to contract personnel;
  • Ensure newly hired staff meet minimum qualifications as outlined in the contract;
  • Prompt notification to the County of Angeles of any staffing changes;
  • Supervise a staff of 10-15 field-based staff, including case managers, community liaisons, and administrative personnel—as well as 6-8 subcontractors (longstanding agency partners);
  • Maintain relationships with agency partners and ensure contract requirements are being met;
  • Make certain the quality assurance plan, contract documents/files are developed and stored according to the County of Los Angeles’ guidelines for performance and compliance;
  • Oversee contract budget and ensure financial accountability;
  • Obtain, review and approve subcontractor invoices on a monthly basis;
  • Work closely with accounting department on monthly billing procedures;
  • Actively build relationships with community stakeholders;
  • Other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:

  • 5-10 years of related experience and proven excellence in program development and implementation; leadership experience in multi-agency collaborative projects required;
  • Strong writing, editing and proofreading skills, including thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office and Google Suite;
  • High energy, friendly, organized and very detail-oriented—with ability to think globally;
  • Ability to juggle multiple projects with accuracy;
  • Strong sense of mission, integrity and problem solving skills
  • Professional, resourceful, tactful style with the ability to respond immediately and appropriately in different contexts;
  • Ability to work independently and as a team player;
  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree in a related field strongly preferred;
  • Flexible schedule; must be available to the County all hours/365 days/year
  • Qualified applicants must successfully pass a fingerprint background clearance and PPD risk assessment;
  • Access to a reliable automobile, current insurance and valid driver’s license;
  • Must maintain appropriate boundaries with colleagues, clients, families, community partners/stakeholders and county staff at all times;
  • Passion for WIN’s mission

Salary: $90,000 – $100,000 annually, commensurate with experience.

Classification: Full-time, Exempt, 40 hrs./wk.;

We offer generous medical benefits, 401(k), paid holidays, vacation & sick.

Physical Demands and Work Environment

The physical demands and work environment described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential job duties of the position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions.

  • Physical demands: Employee is required to stand, walk, sit, talk, hear, use hands, climb stairs, balance, crouch, or kneel. The employee must be able to lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.
  • Work environment: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is exposed to weather conditions prevalent at the time. The noise level in the work environment may fluctuate depending on programs running during the day.

WIN is an equal opportunity employer.