Employment

RAMS was awarded & honored by the Mental Health Board of San Francisco for its Exceptional Programs and People, for creating and fostering a healthy workplace for employees. With this acknowledgement, certificates of recognition and appreciation were also presented by various state officials.

If you are interested in a job at RAMS, please download or print out the RAMS Application for Employment. Return the completed form with the following attachments:

  1. Most current resume/Curriculum Vitae.
  2. Cover letter specifying your intent.

Send it to RAMS HR - Recruitment, by either email to jobs@ramsinc.org or mail to 639 14th Ave., San Francisco, CA 94118, attn: HR - Recruitment.

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Program/Department

Position

Administration Facilities Technician
Grants Manager
Broderick Street Adult Residential Facility Assistant Cook (Per Diem)
Certified Nurse Assistant (All Shift)
Program Nurse
CAAP Counseling & Pre-Vocational Services Program Director
Behavioral Health Consultant/Counselor
Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor (OJA)
CalWORKs Counseling & Pre-Vocational Services Behavioral Health Counselor/Trainer
Fu Yau Project Clinical Supervisor (part-time)
Hire-Ability Vocational Services Employment Consultant
Help Desk Vocational Trainer
Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor (HA ED)
Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor (iAbility)
Peer-Based Services Division Administrative Assistant
Operations Manager
Peer Counselor
Peer Support Specialist (Outreach & Advocacy)
Peer Supervisor
Wellness Centers Clinical Case Manager

RAMS is a non-profit community-based agency providing bilingual & bicultural mental health and related services to our community. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and committed to embracing diversity and consider all applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender, sexual orientation, sexual identity, age, religion, creed, disability (actual or perceived), medical condition including genetic characteristics, marital status, domestic partnership status, citizenship, military service, height, weight, HIV/AIDS status, or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law or local ordinance.