Employment Opportunities

As of 4/30/2021

CASA of Monterey County is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to an active Equal Employment Opportunity Program (EEOP). It is the stated policy of CASA of Monterey County that all employees and applicants shall receive equal consideration and treatment in employment without regard to race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, age (over 40), sex, marital status, medical condition (cancer related), or physical handicap (includes all other medical conditions).

CASA of Monterey County also conforms to the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), 42 USC, Sections 1210 et seq., and U.S. Department of Justice implementing regulations, 28 CFR, Part 35.

All recruitment, hiring, placements, transfers, and promotions will be on the basis of individual skills, knowledge and abilities, and the feasibility of any necessary job accommodation, regardless of the above-identified bases. All other personnel actions such as compensations, benefits, layoffs, terminations, trainings, etc., are also administered without discrimination. Equal employment opportunity (EEO) will be promoted through a continual and progressive EEOP.

The objective of an EEOP is to ensure nondiscrimination in employment and, wherever possible, to actively recruit and include for consideration for employment minorities, women and the physically handicapped.

The Executive Director for CASA of Monterey County has been designated EEO Coordinator. Inquiries concerning the application of Federal and State laws and regulations should be referred to her/him. The coordinator is responsible for administering program progress and initiating corrective action when appropriate. All personnel actions are monitored and analyzed to ensure the adherence of this policy. Regular annual reports are submitted to the Agency Director for review and evaluation of progress.

To achieve the goals of our EEOP, it is necessary that each member of this organization understand the importance of the program and his/her individual responsibility to contribute toward its maximum fulfillment.


It is the policy of CASA of Monterey County (CASA) to ensure that persons with Limited English Proficiency (LEP) shall not be discriminated against nor denied meaningful access to, and participation in, the programs and services provided by CASA. In order to ensure meaningful access and participation for LEP persons, CASA shall notify such persons that language services may be available to them at no cost and shall take reasonable steps to see that language services are provided.

CASA may provide language assistance services to LEP persons in the following ways:
• Oral interpretation services
• Bilingual staff
• Written language services
• Community volunteers

If a need for a telephone interpreter is identified, CASA will consider adding this service as quickly as possible at no cost to the person in need.