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Hanna Boys Center is a private nonprofit which provides a therapeutic, residential school program to underserved adolescent boys. Additionally, Hanna provides training and consultative services through the Hanna Institute, in the area of childhood trauma, to other youth serving organizations. We work collaboratively with these organizations to help them improve care and enhance program outcomes.

The Youth Counselor is responsible for supervising the daily living experience and for providing a consistent and caring environment for each resident under their care. This includes teaching socially appropriate skills, planning trips and activities, helping with homework, providing discipline, and teaching appropriate conflict resolution.

The Youth Counselor acts as a positive adult role model in all areas by demonstrating and developing positive interactive relationships while establishing clear boundaries for the residents. Additionally, Youth Counselors are expected to implement treatment approaches and or techniques which include Restorative Practice, Life Space Interviews, Universal Trauma Training, ACE Study, Workforce Protection and Policies that Reflect Trauma Informed Care.

TRAINING: Five weeks of comprehensive training for all new staff members, and continued training and professional enhancement for the duration of employment.

STARTING SALARY: $34,000+ annually

ROOM & BOARD PROVIDED: Each staff is provided a private room with a shared living area, kitchenette, game room and washer and dryers.

EXCELLENT BENEFITS: Health, Dental, Vision and 401k retirement plan. 5&1/2 weeks of Paid Time Off and 5 paid Holidays annually.

SHIFTS: Shifts are 4 days per week and sleepovers are required. There are three shifts available:

• Sunday through Wednesday,

• Wednesday through Saturday, and

• Saturday through Tuesday

The candidate will not know what shift is open until he or she is assigned to a group home and the current staff shifts are determined. The goal for each Group Home is to have a team of six staff in each house. One Group Coordinator and five Youth Counselors with three staff on per day.

TYPICAL WEEKDAY WORK SCHEDULE (DIRECT-TIME)

7:30 AM Wake Up for the boys.

8:30 AM Breakfast

9:00 AM Boys Attend School

9:00 TO 2:30 Youth Counselor Break

2:30 to 10:30 Boys and Staff Group Home Activities

REQUIREMENTS: Must pass a criminal background check and physical, including a drug and TB test. Must have a valid driver’s license and ability to be covered under our insurance. Ability to be certified in CPR/First Aid, community water safety and crisis intervention. Prefer Bachelor’s Degree in related field or experience working with children, however others who are interested may apply.


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Position:  Community Impact Director 

Closing Date: Open till filled  

Status:  Regular, Full Time, Exempt 

Salary: $73,000 annually 

Hours: Hours vary as needed  

Location: Santa Rosa  

California Human Development (CHD) is a private, non-profit, human service agency that provides a wide range of programs and services throughout Northern California.    

 The Community Impact Director will plan, develop, implement, and analyze community relations campaigns, marketing efforts, and related events. This position reports to the CEO and is a member of the executive team.   

 

EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree in Communication, Public Relations, Marketing, or related field.   

EXPERIENCE:  

A. At least three years of work in public relations OR at least three years of work in a  human services agency.  

B. Minimum three years supervisory experience    

See full job description on our website: http://californiahumandevelopment.org/about-chd/employment-opportunities/ 

 

· Submit your résumé or application to hr@cahumandevelopment.org or fax to 707.575.4069  · Applications can be downloaded from our website at www.cahumandevelopment.orghttp://californiahumandevelopment.org/about-chd/employment-opportunities/ 

· Please reference Job Title when submitting your application/résumé.  

· Cover letters may be included with your submission, but please do not include letters of reference/recommendation or other supporting documents. 

· Continuous requirements may close without notice at any time that a sufficient number of qualified applications have been received.   


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JOB TITLE: Community Care Manager

CLASSIFICATION: Full-time, Exempt

HOURS: 40 hours per week, Occasional Weekend and Evening Hours Required

SALARY: Depends on Experience; Competitive Benefits Package

REPORTS TO: Programs Director

POSITION SUMMARY

LandPaths seeks an individual with a passion for building a diverse, healthy and whole community connected with the land. The ideal candidate is driven, energetic and creative; excels in an active work environment, is committed to equity in access to nature, and loves the outdoors. The Community Care Manager will provide overall strategic vision and expertise to LandPaths’ Community Care Initiative; ensuring that LandPaths’ Preserves are well stewarded and offer relevant programming with Sonoma County communities. The Community Care Manager will represent LandPaths in the community and sustain strong relationships based on a shared vision and values. The Community Care Manager will be an active, engaged member of the “Leadership Team,” participating in successful leadership across the organization.

Specifically, the Community Care Manager will provide leadership and oversight to LandPaths’ TrekSonoma, Preserve Stewardship, and Volunteer & Community Hub programs through goal setting, planning and evaluation. The Community Care Manager will maintain program excellence including regulatory and science standards-based and community relevance applying tools from disciplines such as: natural resource stewardship, conservation biology, fire ecology, climate change, community organizing and volunteer engagement. Community Care manager will be responsible for effective impactful community conservation.

POSITION DUTIES

Leadership & Strategy


  • Assess current community programs, including program content and delivery, and evaluation for excellence;

  • Develop multi-year community vision, strategy and programs for Preserves aligning with LandPaths’ mission;

  • Active participation in Leadership Team, responsible for all initiatives, and cross-initiative communication;

  • Become knowledgeable and conversant in all aspects of LandPaths’ mission, strategic plan, and programs;

  • Present to community and larger public forums, articulating LandPaths’ positive impact;

  • Develop and deepen through active listening and mutual understanding, relationships to expand the network supporting and advancing LandPaths’ mission, and community-focused strategy;

  • Cultivate, participate and take leadership roles in relationships, partnerships, collaborations and initiatives to advance outdoor-based community programming, access to nature and nature interpretation in the County;

  • Represent LandPaths in the community throughout the county, aligning LandPaths’ work with communities, Cities, and larger County-wide collective impact efforts

Management


  • Hire, mentor, motivate, review and retain a high performing team; ensure team is prepared to contribute at their highest level; hold all team members accountable, and ensure they have the knowledge, skills, ability and resources needed to succeed;

  • Develop, manage, and assess budgets; determine the most effective use of staff time and resources for program excellence and progress on budget and within strategic priorities;

  • Support fundraising including grant proposals;

  • Provide contract and successful grant oversight and reporting

EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS

A successful candidate will likely have significant experience, including the following qualifications:


  • A genuine passion for equity in access to nature and connecting people with;

  • At least 3 years’ experience with natural areas management, from developing and implementing management plans to creating partnerships for watershed and regional conservation action;

  • Knowledge of the local ecology, including fire resilience and the impact of climate change;

  • Experience working with community, especially underserved communities and volunteers;

  • Excellent interpersonal skill;

  • At least 3 years’ experience in leading and managing staff, programs, budgets;

  • Detail oriented, well organized;

  • Strong communication skills: articulate with proven ability to write effectively and speak persuasively;

  • Bi-lingual and/or having a significant cross-cultural experience, understanding the dynamics of power and privilege;

  • Strong leadership and management skills with an entrepreneurial spirit;

  • Demonstrated ability to inspire and motivate staff, volunteers, donors and potential partners;

  • College degree or relevant work experience

ATTRIBUTES

A successful candidate will embrace LandPaths’ values and culture, including the following:


  • Share LandPaths’ commitment to fairness and equity;

  • Thrive in a creative, problem solving atmosphere of shared leadership and unrelenting drive to improve;

  • Enjoy learning and supporting the work of others;

  • Excel in a strong team centered work environment, while able to work independently;

  • Work best in busy work environment, managing multiple variables with divergent goals;

  • Possess high integrity and strong commitment to program and organizational goals;

  • Demonstrate confidence in area expertise, and flexible, able to engage with new ideas and approaches;

  • Enjoy and express fun and humor as part of a positive work environment;

  • Patient with process and impatient for progress;

  • Demonstrated ability to inspire and motivate staff, volunteers, donors and potential partners;

  • Ambitious and focused on program impact

TO APPLY

Interested applicants should send a BRIEF AND SPECIFIC cover letter (including salary expectations) and resume to LandPaths ~ Attn: HR, 618 4th Street, Suite 217, Santa Rosa, CA 95404 or hr@landpaths.org. Recommended deadline to apply is February 16, 2020.


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