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PRINCIPAL SUBSTANCE USE COUNSELOR, FULL TIME SUBSTANCE USE TREATMENT OUTPATIENT PROGRAM POSITION DESCRIPTION AND JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

Union Position Horizons Unlimited of San Francisco, Inc. (Horizons), established in 1965, is a community-based organization located in the Mission District, and offers substance use prevention, treatment, employment, mental health and gender specific services, for Latino and other youth of color, ages 12 to 26, and their families, residing in the Mission District and the city and county of San Francisco.

Position Title: Principal Substance Use Counselor

Reports To: Executive Director (interim basis)

Program Summary : The Substance Use Outpatient Treatment Program (OP) provides culturally-rooted services that address the needs of youth in our community through individual, group, and family counseling, case management, collateral, and other healing-focused strategies such as art and music therapy, medicinal drumming, etc. Services are provided onsite, in the community including other CBOs, Juvenile Hall and San Francisco County Jails, at participating schools.

Responsibilities:

· Provide culturally and linguistically competent Substance Use Outpatient Treatment Services to youth and young adults ages 10-26.

· Work closely to with SFUSD and other City Department staff to coordinate referrals and service implementation to enhance a client’s experience and success in the program.

· Develop and implement an outreach plan and corresponding activities for the purpose of engaging youth in programming.

· Work collaboratively with Agency staff to increase knowledge and participation in OP services and initiatives, and support the facilitation of, and increase in, referrals and program support.

· Conduct client intakes, screening, and assessments to determine needs, strengths, supports, etc.

· Develop strength-based Plans of Care for each client and consistently monitor progress.

· Conduct individual, group, and family counseling, including follow-ups.

· Document and maintain up to date client files, progress notes, and plans of care while ensuring confidentiality, according to clinical procedures.

· Track client services and enter them into the AVATAR system on a daily basis, and within 24-48 of service provision.

· Act as an advocate for clients and families to ensure quality and responsive service delivery.

· Provide case management and collateral services that includes communicating regularly with schools, probation officers, social workers, family members and other caregivers, regarding client’s treatment progress, etc., when appropriate.

· Accumulate knowledge of, and coordinate services with other providers, when appropriate.

· Provide coordination support to achieve the mission and objectives of the Outpatient Program.

· Attend weekly Encuentro Clinical meetings, bi-weekly All Staff meetings and other funding source and required meetings.

· Attend all required trainings, including DMC ODS, documentation, other training's to stay abreast of program and service requirements.

· Participate in all relevant trainings (ASAM, DMC ODS, documentation, etc) to ensure knowledge and implementation of funding source requirement. · Perform other duties as requested by the Program Director, Treatment and Gender-Specific Programs.

· A minimum of 2.5 years working with at risk youth and their families.

· Must be a State Certified Counselor (or enrolled in an accredited institution and in the process of obtaining certification), through the CCAPP California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals certification credentials in CADC, CATC, or CCAPP.

· Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred.

· Knowledge in Motivational Interviewing, Stages of Change, Motivational Enhancement Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, MET/CBT 5 treatment models.

· Knowledgeable of clinical treatment, healing arts, intervention techniques, and approaches to youth development. · Knowledge and ability to use Avatar system for all documentation.

· Experience working with youth within the juvenile justice system, youth with disabilities, youth with co-occurring disorders, and/or gang-affiliated, etc.

· Able to maintain confidential, accurate, and complete records including documentation of daily encounters; progress notes; weekly and monthly reports, etc.

· Must be a self-starter and able to organize/coordinate services/workflow in a flexible setting.

· Excellent organizational, communication, written, and verbal skills.

· Ability to work as a member of a team and work outside of regular business hours (that may include evenings, weekends, before and after hours).

· If in recovery, must be clean and sober for at least two continuous years.

· Must be able to pass a background check and clear a TB test before first day of employment.

· Must have a valid driver’s license and the ability to operate the agency van.

This is a full-time, permanent position after successful completion of a 6-month probation period. Eligible for benefits (medical, dental, vision plan, accidental life and AD&D insurance) on the 1st of the month following 1 full month of continuous employment. Other benefits include paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays. The hourly wage ranges from $21.34-$24.73.

 

Horizons Unlimited of San Francisco, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, culture, age, disability, gender, or sexual orientation. Women and People Of Color Are Encouraged To Apply.Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.


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Are you a skilled Development Professional who believes in lending your skills to end hunger? If so, consider being the Vice President of Development for the San Francisco Marin Food Bank.

The SF Marin Food Bank is comprised of a dedicated team of approximately 150 staff working collaboratively to provide close to 50 million pounds of food to over 210,000 people in the Bay Area – a region where 1 in 4 people are at risk of hunger. We are currently looking for a Vice President of Development to help with overseeing a complex, multi-channel development department that delivers against the organizations mission to end hunger. See the job description below and apply today if you would like to join us in our mission to end hunger.

POSITION PURPOSE

SF-Marin Food Bank is seeking a Vice President of Development to strategically lead the organization’s fund development department to meet its current goal of raising $22 million annually in support of its annual operating budget of $29 million. In addition, the Food Bank has undertaken a $40 million capital campaign.

The Vice President of Development oversees, manages, and directs all individual, corporate, and foundation fundraising activities for SFMFB. S/he leads the 28-person Development team to meet the fundraising and marketing goals of the organization.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES

Fundraising


  • Develop and lead a comprehensive and diverse fund development strategy to sustain and grow the revenue of SFMFB.

  • Leverage existing Food Bank staff and relationships to advance the development office, expand the major gifts program, and develop a plan to scale revenue over the next decade to support increasing operations in San Francisco and Marin.

  • Inspire and motivate the Development Team to achieve fundraising goals.

  • Develop and manage the annual fundraising budget and work plan, track, and report results.

  • Together with the Senior Director of Development and the Director of Leadership Gifts, broaden and develop robust major gifts and planned giving programs and assist in the identification, cultivation and solicitation of major donors and planned gift donors.

  • Oversee the work of the Director of Annual Fund as they plan and execute direct mail and online campaigns.

  • Oversee the work of the Director of Community Engagement as they plan and execute special events, community engagement efforts and volunteer programs.

  • Ensure the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of institutional supporters.

  • Oversee the work of the Director of Development Operations and assure the strong management of the donor database and the prompt, accurate acknowledgment, and recognition of donor contributions.

  • Ensure that donor management systems are fully utilized and that underlying donor cultivation strategies are fully supported through appropriate leveraging of technology and best practices.

  • Involve the Executive Director, Board members and other SFMFB staff in fundraising activities, as appropriate.

  • Keep up with trends in philanthropy to keep SFMFB on the forward edge of acquiring donor support.

  • Serve to staff and provide leadership to the Board of Director’s Development Steering Committee to achieve SFMFB goals.

Capital Campaign


  • The VP of Development will be expected to advance the Food Bank’s fundraising capacity by leading a major capital campaign to raise $40 million (currently at 61% of goal) over and above the annual budget, with guidance and support from the Campaign Director.

  • Work closely with prominent community leaders serving on the Development Steering Committee to help them identify, cultivate, and solicit their own networks.

  • Serve as a liaison between executive team, campaign staff, Development Steering Committee, and the board of directors with regards to the campaign.

Public Awareness


  • Oversee the work of the Director of Marketing and Communications, who leads public outreach activities, including advertising and media campaigns related to fund raising efforts or promoting awareness about SFMFB and its impact on ending hunger; the maintenance and expansion of SFMFB’s website and social network activities;

  • Make public presentations and appeals to prospective corporate, foundation and individual funders.

  • Represent SFMFB at community functions as appropriate.

Staff Management


  • Model a leadership style that is open, supportive, and encouraging to staff, treating team members as respected colleagues.

  • Recruit for open team positions, thoughtfully crafting a team structure that further supports the work of the entire team.

  • Set a strong vision for the Development Team, including clear priorities, objectives, and measurable goals.

  • Provide strong professional development support for the Development Team and mentor individuals toward greater professional achievement.

  • Maintain a strong team esprit de corps and a healthy working environment within the department.

  • Foster an environment that values and rewards collaboration, leadership, excellence, accountability, and mutual respect.

Organizational Support


  • Participate on the senior management team to provide leadership and direction for SFMFB’s policies, programs, and operations.

  • Support future growth efforts of the organization by participating in strategic planning activities.

  • Provide ongoing fundraising campaign reporting and analysis to the management team and the Board.

PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS


  • Appropriate policies and procedures are maintained and updated on a yearly basis.

  • Revenue targets are met or exceeded.

  • Reputation of organization is maintained or enhanced.

QUALIFICATIONS


  • Proven experience leading a successful Devlopment Department.

  • Broad-based experience securing major institutional or principal gifts for a $20+ million nonprofit organization, with experience managing a team of fundraisers.

  • Track record of success driving long-range strategies for a complex giving program.

  • Minimum of ten years managing large-scale direct mail and online fundraising campaigns, preferably for nonprofit organizations

  • Proven ability to acquire, cultivate and solicit donors for annual gifts, and to sustain and grow donor relationships; ability to assess and measure outcomes.

  • Expertise with developing and using financial analysis and donor reports to inform strategic decisions.

  • Strong strategic thinking and leadership skills; ability to develop and monitor work plans and budgets; experience managing multiple projects with multiple stakeholders simultaneously.

  • Experience designing, structuring, closing, and stewarding, complex, multi-year funding agreements; knowledge of major local foundations and human services funders.

  • Sensitivity and commitment to working with and serving a diverse community.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT:

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

ENVIRONMENT: Standard office

FINGER DEXTERITY: Requires typing on standard computer.

TALKING: Ability to speak on phone and face to face.

HEARING: Able to hear average or normal conversations and receive ordinary information.

REPETITIVE MOTIONS: Frequent and regular movements using the wrists, hands, and fingers.

AVERAGE VISUAL ABILITIES: Average, ordinary, visual acuity necessary to view computer screens and documents.

PHYSICAL STRENGTH: NOT APPLICABLE.

COMMUNICATION AND COGNITIVE REQUIREMENTS

REASONING ABILITY: Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide range of intellectual and practical problems. Ability to interpret instructions.

MATHEMATICS ABILITY: Ability to perform basic math skills, use decimals to compute ratios and percentages, and to draw and interpret graphs.

LANGUAGE ABILITY: Fluency in English. Demonstrated excellence in writing and editing.

SALARY: Competitive pay based on qualifications and experience

BENEFITS: Medical, dental, life, long-term disability, and 403(b) retirement plan with employer base and matching contribution. Generous holidays, vacation, and sick time.

The San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.


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Position:  Uplink Coordinator 

Closing Date: Open till filled  

Status:  Regular, Full-time, Non-Exempt 

Salary: $18.50 – 22.00 per hour DOE  

Location: Santa Rosa    

The Uplink Coordinator is responsible for the coordination and implementation of the disABILITY Services UpLink program. This program provides community-based vocational training, community integration, situational learning opportunities, and social support for adults with developmental or intellectual disabilities. The Uplink Coordinator facilitates person centered planning with each individual in the program and ensures that appropriate relationships are built within the community of Santa Rosa and the surrounding area. The Uplink Coordinator facilitates the growth of program participants through effective in-house case management. This is a temporary position with funding secure through March 30, 2021. This specific role is reliant on continued funding through additional established funding sources based on the success of this program.  

   

· Associate's degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school  · Bachelor’s degree preferred.  

· Six months to one year related experience and/or training in case management and/or social services 

· Knowledge in Person Centered Planning and Employment First highly desirable  

· Equivalent combination of education and experience   

 

· Must possess a valid California drivers’ license, proof of auto insurance and be insurable under agency policy if driving a company or personal vehicle     

See full job description on our website: http://www.cahumandevelopment.org/Careers.php  

· 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.org 

· 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.  


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Friends of Sausal Creek (FOSC) is a volunteer-based, nonprofit, community organization dedicated to promoting awareness, appreciation, and stewardship of Oakland’s Sausal Creek Watershed. In addition to hands-on habitat restoration work, we educate local youth, involve the community in local environmental stewardship, and collaborate with agencies and other nonprofits to have a positive impact on the local ecosystem.

We are looking for an enthusiastic, hardworking team member who is interested in learning the ropes at a small nonprofit and stepping into a leadership role. The education and outreach coordinator (EOC) is responsible for leading all of FOSC’s environmental education programs as well as serving as the lead on outreach for all our programs—education, restoration, and monitoring. The EOC is responsible for tracking field trips and community outreach data, contributing to grant reporting, and assisting with grant writing and other fundraising. Given the uncertainty and changes due to the pandemic, the timing of some task will vary and require creative thinking and flexibility.  

Environmental Education: The EOC will lead FOSC’s environmental education program, which encourages local youth to be environmental stewards. Through hands-on experiences, student learn about the physical and ecological connection of the creek and surrounding urban areas. Most of the education tasks will be delayed until schools have reopened and teacher are ready for field trips (tentatively early 2021). The EOC will: 

• Launch new school partnerships and maintain existing relationships; coordinate with teachers and volunteer docents; and develop/update curriculum (environmental, cultural, and natural history). 

• Plan for and lead environmental classroom lessons and experiential field trips in urban and wild areas in the Sausal Creek Watershed with K-12 students (ages 6-18). Activities include classroom presentations and field trips on watershed ecology, mapping and art projects, tool and project safety, native plant gardening in urban parks, bird watching, aquatic insect monitoring, water quality testing, and removing invasive, nonnative species and planting natives in Oakland wildlands to support habitat restoration projects. 

• Continue the expansion of FOSC’s estuary-based field trip programs for schools located in the Fruitvale district, close to the creek outlet.

• Lead summer education and restoration programs for Team Oakland job training crews (ages 15-24) and Oakland Parks, Recreation, and Youth Development summer campers (6-12 year olds). 

• Implement program evaluation, coordinate school waivers, and complete administrative tracking.

 

Organization Outreach and Communication: Organization outreach engages the community in workdays and bimonthly environmental education presentations, and provides community leadership to develop and implement urban greening projects. The EOC is charged with keeping the community informed about watershed issues and opportunities through a variety of methods.  The EOC will:

• Publish a monthly email newsletter and regular posting via social media outlets, as well as coordinating speakers and/or activities (e.g. film screening, book club) for the bimonthly meetings (virtual at this time). 

• Take the lead for the organization as an outreach partner for the Bay Area Integrated Regional Water Management Disadvantaged Community Involvement Program. The focus of this program is to engage Fruitvale community members and organizations to collect information on water challenges and needs, with the goal of implementing future projects. 

• Attend local community meetings and events and work with program partners throughout the region. Represent FOSC at outreach and tabling events (e.g. neighborhood festivals) when they resume.

• Develop new partnerships and expand existing ones as part of implementing FOSC’s Sausal Creek Walkable Watershed Concept Plan, which seeks to transform the creek from a state of obscurity to a community asset.  

 

Reports and Fund Development Assistance: The EOC contributes to ongoing fund development activities including donor campaigns and grant applications. The EOC will:

• Research potential grants, contracts, and funding opportunities.

• Draft grant proposals.

• Implement evaluation, collect and analyze data, and generate funder reports.

 

Terms and Schedule

This position is 35-40 hours per week, with a somewhat flexible schedule. The candidate must be able to work some weeknights and some weekends. The rate of pay is $18 to $22/hour depending on experience. The selected candidate will be responsible for personal transportation, including transporting tools and plants to field trip sites and materials for tabling events. Mileage to FOSC-related activities is reimbursable. Workers' Compensation Insurance is provided and a health reimbursement arrangement is available. One hour of paid sick leave is accrued for every 30 hours worked. After three months of employment, employee begins to accrue two weeks of paid personal time off each year (based on average hours/week) and five holidays. Successful completion of a background check, proof of negative TB results, and proof of personal auto insurance are required. 

 

General Requirements

• Undergraduate degree

• Fluency in Spanish is strongly preferred 

• Experience leading experiential education activities; enjoy working outdoors and in the Oakland community

• Experience working with youth from diverse backgrounds and with volunteers of all ages and backgrounds

• Knowledge of environmental and social justice issues and experience working with communities that historically have not had access to parks and open spaces

• Knowledge of creek and watershed-related environmental issues; knowledge of restoration techniques and native plants a plus

• Experience in community outreach/recruitment and facilitating groups

• Excellent public speaking and presentation skills

• Demonstrated writing ability and proficiency with social media (e.g., Instagram, Facebook), email marketing (e.g., Constant Contact) and CRM software (e.g., Salesforce). Strong word processing, database, and spreadsheet software skills

• Interest in grant research, grant writing and reporting 

• Able to purchase and maintain tools and supplies, track project budgets

• Experience hiring, training, and supervising intern a plus

• Able to lift 40 pounds

 

Core characteristics and qualities

• Strong interpersonal skills, highly motivated with strong work ethic

• Organized and detail-oriented while maintaining focus on ‘big picture’; perform several tasks concurrently, meet deadlines, and work with changing priorities

• Able to work closely with small team and board-level advisors

• Be a positive role model, connect with others and forge strong relationships; demonstrated responsible behavior and judgment

• Be a self-starter; see potential of FOSC’s programs and create meaningful partnerships in order to implement them

• Be passionate about the mission of programs and anticipate future needs

 

Direction and Support Received

The EOC will receive guidance, direction, and some training from the executive director and FOSC board of directors, will collaborate with FOSC’s restoration and nursery manager, and will have support from interns and volunteer docents, as well as from FOSC’s larger volunteer base. Because there is no centralized office, it is essential that the selected candidate have the experience and motivation to work independently in a home office with minimal day-to-day supervision while keeping interested parties informed.

 

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Applicants are encouraged to apply by July 27, 2020. To apply, please email a cover letter and résumé to jobs@sausalcreek.org.

 


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General Description: If you are a thoughtful, caring person, and would like to make a difference in an individual's life, then we would like to hear from you. Jay Nolan Community Services is looking for an outgoing person with a sense of humor with a minimum of 1 year experience in providing Direct support to an individual whom has been diagnosed with Autism.


We have positions available through out Los Angeles county such as Korea Town, Mid city, Mid Whilshire, Westlake, Central LA and More . As well as Glendale, Burbank, Los Feliz, Arcadia & Pasadena


Experience can be personal, as a volunteer or work related


Join our Team!!


Full time


*Tuition Reimbursement


*Paid Sick & Vacation


*Medical, Dental, Vision & Aflac


*Paid Allowance for cell phone use


*Paid CPR & First aid training


*403b


*On job training/ongoing training *On job training/ongoing training


*Mileage Reimbursement


Part time


*Tuition Reimbursement


*Paid Sick


*Vision & Aflac


*Paid Allowance for cell phone use


*Paid CPR & First aid training


*403b


*On job training/ongoing training


*Mileage Reimbursement


The schedules vary; usually after school, early evenings, & an occasional Saturday or Sunday and may be flexible to accommodate a college student's schedule.


Since the support to be provided is in the individual's home & community, the ideal candidate must be familiar with the individual's community resources & live in the general area.


* We are looking for thoughtful, caring individuals with experience to support individuals diagnosed with Autism or other development disabilities.Experience can be personal, as a volunteer or work related


Job Responsibilities of the Community Peer Support Specialist are to teach all daily living skills, social interactions, self-help, & community safety & awareness skills.


* You will be a good role model/mentor & provide positive encouragement to promote skill development in the home and community.


Qualifications:


* Must pass a background check.


* Thoughtful, caring, respectful & able to communicate (oral & written) effectively.


* A valid driver’s license, current auto insurance, good driving record, reliable car & smart phone


are required.


*Have a high school diploma or GED.


*Ability to handle physical aspects of job


Email your resume for employment consideration. Visit our website at: www.jaynolan.org to learn about our organization.


 


Company Description

Jay Nolan Community Services, a non-profit organization, founded in 1975, provides support for adults, teens, and children with Autism and other developmental disabilities so that they may live, work, and play as independently as possible in their homes and in their communities. Support services provided are customized to the person being supported individual needs. It is a belief of inclusion, rather than exclusion & segregation.


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General Description: Jay Nolan Community Services (JNCS), a non-profit organization, is looking to hire full & part-time employees to provide support services for children, teens, or adults with Autism or other developmental disabilities so that they may live, work, & play as independently as possible in their homes & in the community. The support services provided are customized to the person being supported individual needs.


 


If you would like to make a difference in a person's life, then we would like to speak with you. Experience can be personal, as a volunteer or work related.


Join our Team!!


Full time


*Tuition Reimbursement


*Paid Sick & Vacation


*Medical, Dental, Vision & Aflac


*Paid Allowance for cell phone use


*Paid CPR & First aid training


*403b


*On job training/ongoing training *On job training/ongoing training


*Mileage Reimbursement


Part time


*Tuition Reimbursement


*Paid Sick


*Vision & Aflac


*Paid Allowance for cell phone use


*Paid CPR & First aid training


*403b


*On job training/ongoing training


*Mileage Reimbursement


Job Duties:


* Provide positive encouragement to promote skill development in the home and community with everyday needs.


* Portray a good role model


* Assist the individual with socialization, communication and safety awareness skills


* Promote independence, health, wellness, and quality of life


* Ensure a safe and clean living environment


* You will promote & guide towards independence, health, wellness & quality of life.


Qualifications:


*Prior knowledge & experience supporting individuals with autism or other developmental disability.


* Must pass a background check.


* Respectful and patient.


* Have a high school diploma or GED


* Outgoing, function well in a team environment, & possess good communication skills.


* A valid driver's license, reliable car, current auto insurance & smart phone are required.


* Ability to handle physical aspects of job


Job Types: Full-time, Part-time


Pay: $15.00 - $16.00 per hour


Company Description

Jay Nolan Community Services, a non-profit organization, founded in 1975, provides support for adults, teens, and children with Autism and other developmental disabilities so that they may live, work, and play as independently as possible in their homes and in their communities. Support services provided are customized to the person being supported individual needs. It is a belief of inclusion, rather than exclusion & segregation.


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Columbus Community Hospital* Cancer Support Services Specialist MSW Part Time24 hours/week; 8 am 5 pm, 3 days/week, hours and days may vary.* CRNA Full Time,Exempt Position40 hours/week; variable day ours,plus call coverage.RN / LPN Test NE Part Time12 hours/week; variable days,8:30 am 12:30 pm* RN Nursing HouseSupervisor PRN6 am 6 pm; variable day(s)* Benefits Eligible Excellent Benefit and Compensation Package.Community is our Middle NameWorking at Columbus Community HospitalColumbus Community Hospital has a long history in Columbus, but our sights are set firmly on the future.As a community-owned, not-for-profit hospital, we're constantly improving our services to meet the needs of our community and adapt to changes in the health care industry.Our staff of more than 740 employees includes an active medical staff of 48 physicians who represent 14 medical specialties. Visiting physicians bring an additional 20 specialty services to our community.Our goal is to become a " Regional referrer" so we can service our patients' needs while not shifting our focus from Columbus and the surrounding area.To do that, we must actively recruit employees like you who can meet the needs of the communities we serve.recblid y49wt2h0knwveoy81v9y1xct48nz28


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InVision Human Services is a Non-Profit organization focused in providing specialized direct support to individuals with physical and mental disabilities. We utilize a restraint-free, person centered approach to help each of our clients achieve their goals.


InVision is currently seeking Part-Time or Full-Time Community Support Staff (CSS).


Responsibilities:Ensure that the wishes, hopes, dreams, and fears of each person supported are respected, and that their rights are honored without exception.


•Provide direct assistance to each person supported in all areas, including [but not limited to] social and emotional support, participation in activities and organizations, communication assistance, crisis intervention, and personal care (including feedings and bathing)


•Ensure at all times the health and safety of each person supported, and apply emergency procedures as necessary. Responsible for the clinical direction of the clients treatment.


•Assist each person supported in exploring, obtaining, and maintaining participation in activities and organizations, including acclimating each person to the surrounding community.


Requirements:
•High School Diploma or GED
•At least one year of work in a related field is preferred
•Exceptional communication skills both written and oral
•Ability to work independently
•A valid drivers license and access to reliable transportation is required


InVision Human Services is on the cutting edge of the Human Services industry. We are always looking to grow our company from within.


InVision Human Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Company Description

InVision Human Services is a family of companies that provide services and products designed to transform the lives of people who are experiencing significant life challenges.

Our name reflects the innovative approaches we use to fulfill this mission. We do more than just talk about innovation and vision. Every activity we pursue and decision we make is intentionally creative, cutting-edge, and visionary.

Within the mission of each of our companies, we continually explore new and often revolutionary solutions to problems and challenges for the people and organizations we support, our employees, and the families we work with, and we intentionally seek affiliations that will increase our ability to provide creative, successful services for the individuals we support.


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Job Summary:


Under the direct supervision of the assigned Supervisor, the Family Support Counselor has responsibility for providing support services to individuals and families as identified in the designated program and/or individualized plan. Services apply to youth in 24-hour residential treatment and/or consumer/clients in community based programs.


Essential Functions:



  1. Provides individual and family support services in accordance with the individualized plans.

  2. Able to effectively engage, develop relationships with appropriate boundaries with assigned clients.

  3. Effectively manages a flexible community based schedule.

  4. Completes all required documentation according to Agency and program standards within required time constraints.

  5. Is an active member of assigned treatment teams.

  6. Meets Agency service percentage standard reflecting expected time spent with clients, if applicable.


Required Qualifications:


  1. Must possess a Bachelor's degree in psychology or closely related field.

Desired Qualifications:



  1. Previous experience working with children, youth, adults and/or families.

  2. Familiarity with MediCal billable standards and expectations.

  3. Crisis and case management experience

  4. Previous experience working with the public and government agencies.


Position/Program Requirements:



  1. Must possess a valid California driver's license, personal automobile insurance and clean driving record.

  2. Must be physically and mentally fit. Must be willing to complete a Tuberculosis (TB) and drug screening test.

  3. Must be willing to complete a personal background investigation conducted by the State of California.

  4. Must be flexible to work nights and weekends, may need to work a split-shift, varying schedule according to operational needs.


Physical Requirements:



  1. Must be able to work in an office or outdoor environment including standing, walking, and running, sitting for extended periods of time, bending, twisting, reaching, balancing, occasional carrying and lifting up to 25 pounds and up to 10 pounds frequently.

  2. Must be physically able to perform Pro-Act Restraint Techniques, CPR and First Aid as trained.

  3. Must be able to sit for prolonged periods of time in a vehicle for traveling up to 100 miles driving distance.


Company Description

Victor is a company who helps troubled kids and families integrate into society and become successful members of society. It was birthed from a vision of providing safe, healthy environments where the people we treat can flourish. Victor believes that every individual deserves a chance to succeed and we commit every strength, talent, and resource of our organization to those who have emotional and behavioral challenges. In situations where families are not equipped to help their children or older family members, Victor steps in and provides programs and support to help them be successful, offering hope by giving tangible solutions for helping these kids succeed and integrate into society in ways they and their families never thought possible.


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Job/Program Summary:


The Clinician is responsible for establishing and implementing quality clinical treatment and case management for children and adolescents with special mental health needs. Clinicians shall provide individual, group, and family therapy as well as rehabilitative services and case management in whatever setting is most beneficial for the identified client. In addition, the Clinician is responsible for completing all documentation and written reports required by the Agency.


Success First is an early wraparound program to capture those seriously emotionally disturbed, unserved, underserved children/adolescents, age 0-18 years, to provide services, keeping them in the lowest level of care possible.


Essential Functions:



  1. Provides comprehensive mental health assessments on assigned clients to determine the need for mental health services. Develops treatment plans and goals based on assessed areas of needs and strengths. Monitors and evaluates client’s progress on identified goals in the treatment plan.

  2. Completes all required documentation in a timely manner for each assigned client and maintains a comprehensive set of treatment records.

  3. Acts as the liaison between the program and family/community agencies including individuals such as Parents/Caregivers, Case Managers, County Social Workers, Teachers/Education Providers, and Probation Officers. The Clinician shall work with the family or care providers in the implementation of treatment plans.

  4. Provides individual, family, and group counseling based on the needs of the clients served.


Minimum Required Education and Experience:



  1. Completion of a clinical program with a Master's or Ph.D. degree in a field of behavioral science from an accredited educational institution.

  2. Holds a current license registration issued by appropriate state agency (AMFT, ACSW, LMFT, LCSW). Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) license may be considered with prior approval.


Preferred Qualifications:



  1. Previous experience working within a MediCal certified site, and familiarity with MediCal service standards and expectations.

  2. Experience working with at risk youth and their families in a mental health setting.

  3. Fluency in regional threshold languages spoken by the population served.

  4. Previous experience working with the public and government agencies.


Position/Program Requirements:



  1. Must possess a valid California driver's license, personal automobile insurance and clean driving record.

  2. Must be physically and mentally fit. Must be willing to complete a Tuberculosis (TB) and drug screening test.

  3. Must be willing to complete a personal background investigation conducted by the State of California.

  4. Must be flexible to work nights and weekends, may need to work a split-shift, varying schedule according to operational needs.


Physical Requirements:



  1. Must be able to work in an office or outdoor environment including standing, walking, and running, sitting for extended periods of time, bending, twisting, reaching, balancing, occasional carrying and lifting up to 25 pounds and up to 10 pounds frequently.

  2. Must be physically able to perform Pro-Act Restraint Techniques (Residential Programs only), CPR and First Aid as trained.

  3. Must be able to sit for prolonged periods of time in a vehicle for traveling up to 100 miles driving distance.

  4. Requires the ability to utilize computer and telephone systems, which includes the coordination of eye and hand and fine manipulation by the hands and fingers for typing, writing and working with files.


Company Description

Victor is a company who helps troubled kids and families integrate into society and become successful members of society. It was birthed from a vision of providing safe, healthy environments where the people we treat can flourish. Victor believes that every individual deserves a chance to succeed and we commit every strength, talent, and resource of our organization to those who have emotional and behavioral challenges. In situations where families are not equipped to help their children or older family members, Victor steps in and provides programs and support to help them be successful, offering hope by giving tangible solutions for helping these kids succeed and integrate into society in ways they and their families never thought possible.


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Title: Support Specialist - Community Services


Location: Phoenix, AZ


Pay Rate :$20/hr


Type: Contract 5 months


Hours: 40 hrs/wk


Biogensys is hiring Support Specialist - Community Services for one of their clients in Phoenix, AZ.


Experience Required:


· Review documentation and case files.


· The position will need to be able to analyze spreadsheets and prepare accurate and timely reports on a daily, weekly & monthly basis.


· Must be comfortable in a fast-paced, high volume work environment.


Education Required:


· Associate Degree or Bachelor Degree


Company Description

Biogensys, a New Jersey based corporation established in 2003, considered to be one of the finest institutions in the country, providing innovative solutions to Information Technology, Financial, Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Industries. The team at Biogensys is comprised of multi-talented individuals with extensive experience, all of whom are highly respected in their chosen specialties.


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 District 19 Community Services Board is seeking a full-time (35 hrs) Administrative Associate II for the Hopewell/Prince George clinic. Essential duties of this position include: receptionist duties in a courteous and professional manner; filing, receiving and following phone calls, data input, write correspondence, verify eligibility of benefits, and financials; ensure consumer confidentiality, create and maintain statistical data, order and maintain office supplies. 


Successful applicant must have high school diploma or equivalent; experience with multi-line telephones; at least two years of experience in mental health or medical setting; experience in data entry/typing; computer experience with Microsoft word and Excel; excellent organizational skills and valid VA Driver’s License with acceptable driving record. Starting salary commensurate with experience/training. 


This is a grade 202, full time position. 

Starting Minimum Salary: $26,500.00

Excellent benefits include paid Sick, Annual, and Holiday leave (including birthday), Virginia Retirement System, and group health insurance options.

District 19 is committed to developing a multicultural workplace. Minorities and persons with disabilities seeking career advancement are encouraged to apply. EOE. 


Company Description

Our Mission
Our mission is to improve the quality and productivity of the lives of individuals who experience, or are at risk of experiencing, mental disabilities and/ or substance abuse. We accomplish this through a fully integrated continuum of services in collaboration with the localities of Colonial Heights, Dinwiddie, Emporia, Greensville, Hopewell, Petersburg, Prince George, Surry, and Sussex.

Our Vision
We see D19 CSB as being the preferred provider for addressing the needs of individuals, families and children within our catchment area at risk of mental and substance abuse disabilities. We envision D19 CSB providing a continuum of services which are effective, accessible and focused to the needs of the individual.

We see ourselves continuing to operate in a multi-jurisdictional area that is supportive and responsive to the services we provide to its citizens. We see ourselves as a vital and cohesive force in the quality of life of our communities and its citizens.

District 19 Community Services Board is committed to providing outcome-oriented services in an efficient, effective, and accountable manner, while ensuring consumer satisfaction and service quality are maintained.

Our Values
Our stated values are spelled out in these guiding principles:
Our programs must involve the community in service design and delivery, be innovative, and be outcome-oriented in the least restrictive setting possible.
Our programs should be fully integrated within the Board and well coordinated with other community services.
We are committed to ensuring our employees are trained and engaged in meaningful, productive work in an efficient, effective, and safe manner.
We value each employee as a professional and as a contributing member of our service system and are committed to having a workforce that is representative of our surrounding locality populations.
We value delivering individualized services while ensuring all human rights are protected as well as being culturally sensitive.
We value communicating in an honest, caring and open fashion.
We are committed to utilizing sound fiscal management to ensure that we maximize our ability to provide a comprehensive continuum of services to consumers with varying levels of mental disabilities and substance abuse disorders.
A continuum of services and support should be available to meet the choices, preferences, and needs of consumers and families.
We are committed to having an involved, informed, and supportive Board of Directors.


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Community Alternatives is in search of a HERO to join our AWESOME support team!  While we continue to meet the needs of the communities we serve by providing alternative solutions of support for diverse individuals challenged with substance misuse or a disability, we are searching for the next Direct Support Champion to help our cause in this difficult time.  


Our COVID-19 Promise


These are unusual times and we understand that there are new and inherent risks in performing your job in human services.  Therefore, our promise to our employees is as follows:


1.     We will provide the highest quality Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as N95 and KN95 level masks, gloves, plenty of hand sanitizer, gowns and many types of effective industrial cleaning agents to help ensure your safety while at work.


2.     We will provide a tremendous amount of training on how to use these PPE items effectively and safely.  Additionally, our training extends to how to effectively create a Person Centered care environment while maintaining appropriate levels of social distance.  


3.     We have been and will continue to pay bonuses in addition to your base hourly wage  based on the number of hours you work providing direct care.  


We hope you will consider working in a fulfilling career that will extend well beyond this crisis.  


Come be a Community Alternatives Support HERO!


Mission of the Position:


The Direct Support Professional (DSP) provides direct support to individuals in all aspects of their home lives. DSPs are responsible for providing support to the individuals receiving services. They utilize teachable moments and methods, as instructed by Community Alternatives, to assist the individuals in all aspects of daily home life with a primary goal of keeping individuals safe while supporting community inclusion.


 


Direct Support Professional- (In-Home Care)


Important Information:



  • Resume must show the relevant years of experience noted in screening questions

  • Include your resume with your personal email address and current phone number

  • If selected for an interview, candidate must be comfortable using virtual video (30 mins)

  • Various locations open in Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth and Virginia Beach (FT/PT)

  • Few Available Shifts: For DSP with relevant experience working in client home setting

  • Must be able to successfully follow instructions to complete background check screening

  • Able to begin and complete online and in-person orientation within the week of offer made

  • Prior applicants in last 60 days need not reapply


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DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


· Provide residential supports and living skills training to individuals. Services may be provided at their homes or in the community.


· Assist with daily living skills such as meal preparation, menu planning, grocery shopping, cooking, cleaning, laundry, and personal shopping.


· Support individuals in leading self-directed lives by collaborating with individuals and others to plan and implement supports that build upon individual strengths, choices and capabilities that lead to inclusion into the community.


· Supports a person-centered environment of support for the individuals in their quest for more independence and expanded meaningful community opportunities


· Assist in the individual’s personal care as needed, including dressing, grooming, feeding, toileting, positioning or medical/health needs.


· Report evidence of abuse, neglect and other health and safety issues immediately. Complete incident reports and give to supervisor timely for review.


· Develop and maintain an open line of communication for pertinent information about individuals with coworkers, care givers or employers at beginning and end of shifts.


· Interact with the individuals and co-workers in a manner, including language and tone of voice, which is consistent with respect for the individual.


· Provide skill reinforcement activities in areas that include socialization, communication, exercise, recreation, interpersonal skills, financial matters, civil rights, and self-determination.


· Provides transportation of individuals receiving services following CAI transportation policies and procedures.


· Completes daily documentation as required.


· Other duties as assigned including working at alternate locations.


COMMUNICATION SKILLS/TECHNOLOGY SKILLS


· Able to read and understand documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, procedure manuals, and follow them accordingly.


· Able to compose well-written routine reports and correspondence. This includes but is not limited to: proper spelling, punctuation and grammatically correct sentence structure that express occurrences in a concise and logical manner.


· Ability to follow the organizations writing guidelines necessary to appropriately document support logs and other necessary documents.


· Communicates with individuals in a professional manner, provides corrective feedback in private, and intervenes only as much as needed for safe completion of tasks.


· Working knowledge of computers to allow employee to access computer systems and applications to complete timecards, read and respond to email, and complete required on-line training.


· Knowledge and/or ability to develop competencies involving use of supportive


technology and adaptive equipment to support individuals.


SKILLS AND ABILITIES


· Effective interpersonal and communication skills are required in order to develop and maintain positive relationships with adults with disabilities and provide a positive environmental setting.


· Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide (basic arithmetic).


· Ability to use emergency equipment and supplies, and to respond professionally in a variety of emergency situations.


· Ability and willingness to professionally support individuals and think critically in a crisis situation. Such situations could include psychiatric, behavioral and medical emergencies.


 


QUALIFICATIONS


· Must have a Valid driver’s license


· High school diploma or equivalent


· Must pass mandatory drug screen prior to hire


· Must pass a criminal history and personal background checks


. Must have access for video interview


. Please include your current email and phone number


 


PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORK ENVIRONMENT


The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.


· The employee frequently is required to stand, walk and make twisting /bending motions.


· The employee is occasionally required to sit; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.


· The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 20 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 40 pounds, and occasionally lift/move up to 50 pounds individually.


· Lifting of individuals in supports should always be done with caution and with consideration for the amount of employees lifting, the use of assistive devices and the weight of the individual.


Company Description

MISSION
The mission of Community Alternatives is to provide responsive, person-centered services to improve the quality of life for individuals and families.

VISION
To foster a continuum of support services in every community we serve.

OUR VALUES
At Community Alternatives, we value each individual. We ensure the following:

* That our services are accessible
* That everyone understand their rights and responsibilities
* That everyone have access to prompt and fair problem resolution.
* That individuals are guaranteed the opportunity to participate in developing their service plan.
* That everyone has many opportunities for individual growth and a range of choices about how to best reach their personal goals.
* That everyone has the opportunity to participate in program evaluation and quality management.
* That we will use collaboration as the cornerstone of our service delivery system.
* That we will honor cultural, family and individual values.
* That we will use data and outcome information to continually improve our service delivery system.


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What We Do


We provide intensive outpatient mental health services for the entire family. Services include medication management, community case management and counseling.


Our Vision


We aspire to be a behavioral, health and community development leader recognized for innovative and quality in counseling and community building, national standing in research, and commitment to strategic collaboration and service in Washington, DC most deserving areas; ward 7 and 8. We are looking for a variety of individuals who think and act like an entrepreneur, are committed to working with families and individuals who have serious mental health concerns and have a drive to build our community.


Position Overview



  • Creates and implements clinical interventions for clients based on their Individual Recovery Plan.

  • Documents interventions within 24 hours of service.

  • Provides services in the client’s home, grocery store, doctor’s offices, government offices, etc.

  • Helps clients realize their individual strengths and develop various skills to improve their lives.


Requirements


  • Background in Psychology, Sociology, Criminal Justice or similar area of study

Competitive pay is commensurate with experience. Supervision towards LPC and LICSW licenses is available.


 



     


     



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    Maintains confidentiality of all information regarding clients, staff, physicians and GCLC obtained as a result of employment. Primarily responsible for appropriate documentation of service delivery, billing for services, and teaching of independent living skills as developed in compliance with contractual, Medicaid, Medicare, Department of Mental Health and GCLC requirements. Documentation of services shall be in the form of progress notes including the beginning and ending time, the duration of billable service, the client’s daily goal and description of the participation that day. The implementation and service delivery will include but not be limited to, personal budgeting and financial management, basic living skills, coping skills, personal hygiene, comparative shopping, stress management, etc. Responsible for ensuring the safety of all clients and leading meaningful activities within the program milieu. Must be able to demonstrate the ability to assist clients with disabling mental illness to achieve their maximum level of community integration and self-reliance. Assist client to learn to compensate for the effects of the symptoms of the illness through the development of new skills and a supportive environment and to counteract the effects of secondary symptoms by restoring a sense of confidence. Responsible for other duties as assigned by the Community Support Program Supervisor or the Clinical Director of Residential Services.


     


    Participate in development of Safety Plans, SELF Care Plan and participate in Community Meetings. View all clients through the trauma lens of “what has happened to you” rather than “what is wrong with you”. Staff problem solve using the SELF Tool of Sanctuary – Safety, Emotions, Loss and Future.


    Company Description

    Guidance Center of Lea County, Inc. is committed to the Sanctuary Model of Trauma Informed care for its staff and clientele. We believe that increasing awareness, emphasizing safety, and teaching skills to our employees that they can utilize to manage their feelings, are crucial steps in creating an environment conductive of processing change, feelings, past trauma, grief and loss. to using the trauma informed care as a guide for creating a safe and non-violent environment. We communicate using four concepts that guide the way we work. This language is called the S.E.L.F. language and each letter represents an important part of how we view trauma and change both in our organization and in our lives.


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    Currently offering bonuses to Direct Support Professionals for working directly with clients. Part Time and Full Time positions available


    POSITION SUMMARY: Assist the Community Living Managers and Program Coordinators in the supervision and training of clients and in the operation of the residential and community setting.



    QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum high school diploma; experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities preferred; excellent driving record.



    Direct Care Responsibilities:
    1.) Assist the Program Coordinators in providing direct services and training to clients, including, but not limited to:
    a.) Assist clients in their daily personal care and grooming.
    b.) Assist clients in the development of leisure-time activities and recreation.
    c.) Maintain a family type atmosphere for clients.
    2.) Maintain close contact with Personal Supports to staff to assure a unified, consistent training program for residents.
    3.) Assist with the maintenance of the residence by following the schedule of daily chores, training of clean-up skills, and other tasks needed to provide a safe and pleasant environment.
    4.) Be able to communicate instructions and directions to the clients in a manner that is easily understandable. This requires fluency in speaking the primary language of the clients.

    SCHEDULE: Flexible; Daytime, Evening, and Weekend Hours available.
    OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES: Other duties as assigned by Community Living Managers, Coordinators, and Directors.


    Company Description

    Target Community & Educational Services, Inc. is dedicated to enhancing the lives of children and adults with disabilities through quality, community-based residential, educational, vocational, recreational and family support services.

    View our website to learn more about us, and the people we serve!
    www.targetcommunity.org


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    To provide support services to individuals with serious mental illness; assisting the individuals to access needed services in the community.


    Must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, or related field.


    Must have a valid driver’s license; full coverage automobile insurance is required; must meet Singing River Services MVR guidelines.


    Positions in both Jackson and George Counties.


     


    Company Description

    Serving our Community since 1972

    Singing River Mental Health/Mental Retardation Services, Region XIV has been serving the communities of Jackson and George Counties for over 40 years. The agency was established in 1972 as one of the 15 comprehensive mental health centers in Mississippi. Also known as "Singing River Services", the agency maintains a global approach to services. It has facilities in both Jackson and George counties and offers specialized services for individuals with serious mental illnesses, developmental disabilities, chemical and other addictions. The agency also offers specialized services for the elderly and for children and their families.


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    Staff members at CMCS are our greatest asset! We are currently seeking qualified and eager Direct Support Professionals!


    Make a difference in the lives of those with special needs!


     


    The Cardinal Team is seeking energetic and compassionate people to inspire our individuals with developmental disabilities.


    The Direct Support Professional ( DSP ) participates in creating a supportive and nurturing environment, while assisting the individuals with developmental disabilities towards various levels of independence. Successful candidates will be motivated to create opportunities for our individuals to continue to develop the skills necessary to live full lives, and enhance their community involvement. Some of the daily tasks may include, but are not limited to, helping out with their day to day routines, meal preparation, transportation, lifting, and medication administration.


    Position Requirements:


    High School Diploma or Equivalent


    Valid NYS or CT Driver’s License


     


    Position details:


    Flexible scheduling – Full Time, Part Time, On- Call positions available


    Positions available in our Westchester locations.


     


    CMCS offers an excellent, comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, 403b, generous paid time off, in-service training, flexible work schedules and competitive salaries. At CMCS, we believe in creating progressive career paths for our staff and provide advanced training in order to promote constant growth and change. We encourage you to join our dedicated and diverse workforce by applying today!


     


    CMCS is an agency certified in the Sanctuary Model. The Sanctuary Model is a treatment and organizational change model, which integrates trauma theory, with the creation of therapeutic communities which provide safety for both staff and those we serve. Training in this model provides the basis for enhancing how we serve those in our care by taking advantage of what we know about human nature, healing from injury, the power of communities and the chaotic nature of change. We ensure that CMCS offers Sanctuary Model Training to all employees so that we can fully integrate the methodology into the operation of all of our service programs and maintain a culture of respect, compassion, and dignity.


     


    Since 1946, Cardinal McCloskey Community Services has been here to help protect some of the most vulnerable members of our communities. From children and teens who have suffered neglect and trauma to adults with developmental disabilities, we are here to serve others. Cardinal McCloskey Community Services’ mission is to protect, empower and promote independence for at-risk children and families and those with developmental disabilities through quality community based services.


    Cardinal McCloskey Community Services


    Cardinal McCloskey Community Services (CMCS) is a not-for-profit, social service agency that provides services to the children in our foster care programs, preschool education to over 2,000 three and four year-olds from low income families, and helping over 200 developmentally disabled adults lead more fulfilling and independent lives.


    Company Description

    Cardinal McCloskey Community Services (CMCS) is a not-for-profit, social service agency that provides services to the children in our foster care programs, preschool education to over 2,000 three and four year-olds from low income families, and helping over 200 developmentally disabled adults lead more fulfilling and independent lives. We are non-sectarian, providing help to all in need.


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    Job Description

    Full Time DSPs needed to work with individuals with Intellectual Disabilities in a group home setting and in a day training program, all shifts.
    If you are looking for a rewarding job with the oppitunity to grow and help other people than this is the position for you. We provide all training and you will develop skills to begin a new career with advancement in your future.
    A clean driving record is required; you must pass a drug test, and a criminal background fingerprint search is required.
    A minimum of a H.S diploma or GED or 1 year experience working with individuals in a group home or nursing home setting.

    Company Description

    Established (19 years) service provider meeting the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities in small community based group homes.


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    Job Description


    Bay Human Services, Inc/Autism Plusis an Equal Opportunity Employer (Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans).To read more about this, view the EEO is the Law poster and this EEO is the Law Poster Supplement

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    Community Living Supports Worker
    Job Code:20-BABHA-104City:Bay City, MILocation:Bay - Arenac Fam SuppFT/PT Status:Regular Part TimeShift:1st/2ndPosition Purpose:
    Job Duties/Responsibilities:

    $200 Sign On Bonus!!!!

    In search of reliable Community Living Support Workers (CLS) who have a desire to help others. Most of our clients are in school during the day so a majority of the hours are served during the afternoon, evening or weekend time. You will be working with children, young adults and/or adults that have developmental disabilities. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, one on one support to individuals in their family or personal home settings, providing assistance and support with independence, coping skills, personal hygiene, behaviors and community integration. This job requires daily travel. This job is both rewarding and challenging. Come be part of our team!


    Qualifications:
    Experience working with children and/or adolescence preferred
    Drivers License required
    Able to pass criminal background check
    Clean driving record
    Up-to-date car insurance


    Jobs/Shifts:
    Part Time (hours vary per week)


    Hourly Rate:
    $12.25 adults
    $13.25 children


    Benefits:
    Paid Training
    Flexible Scheduling
    Paid Holidays
    Earned Time Off
    Dental Insurance
    Vision Insurance
    Accident Insurance
    Critical Illness Insurance
    Voluntary Life Insurance



    Job Qualifications:
    Physical RequirementsAble to lift up to 50lbs
    Bending, Lifting, Reaching, Squatting and Stooping
    Able to Stand and Utilize a Step Ladder
    Able to Assist in Daily Personal Care Needs



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    Job Description

    This is a direct service (face-to-face) provided in home and community settings to assist participants in acquiring, maintaining, and improving self-help, domestic, socialization, and adaptive skills necessary to reside successfully in home and community-based settings. Services consist of support in the general areas of self-care, communication, fine and gross motor skills, mobility, personal adjustment, relationship development, socialization, and use of community resources.


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    Job Description


     


    Let’s give you the snapshot of the valued work you will be doing as a DSP:


    Here at Community Integrated Services we are committed to provide a safe environment for individuals with disabilities, mental illness, and varying daily living needs that are focused on independence and dignity while generating support to succeed within a diverse community.


    Join us in our mission and you will be an integral part of developing, and implementing customized service plans and activities to optimize the lives of our clients.



    • Assist individual's to achieve their specific goals.

    • Accompany and assist with errands.

    • Help and encourage individuals to make friends, build relationships, and be a part of their community.

    • Give out medications (if needed).

    • Advocate for their needs, and wants, and encourage them to advocate for themselves.

    • Assist individuals find and/or maintain paid or volunteer employment.

    • Be a role model and a mentor!


    You will receive paid training for:



    • All required state documentation.

    • Medical Administration

    • MANDT / CPI


    Some things we require:



    • Prefer one (1) year of previous experience in a human service, hospital, rehabilitation, or educational setting preferred.

    • Valid driver’s license, working automobile, and Full coverage/Liability Insurance on Automobile

    • Working cell phone and email account/access.

    • Pass NH background tests

      • DMV/ DOS checks

      • BEAS (Bureau of Elderly and Adult Services)

      • TB (tuberculosis) test



    • Completion of all state and agency mandated training (provided in training) within 90 days of employment.


    What we can offer you? Well, we are glad you asked. Here are just a few of our amazing benefits:



    • Generous PTO plan

    • Medical, Dental and Eye Insurance Benefits. (30 days from hire)

    • STD/LTD

    • Work-life balance with flexibility in hours

      • Monday – Friday

      • Several paid holidays



    • Life Insurance

    • 401(k)

    • Performance based Career Advancement Opportunities

    • Mileage Reimbursement

    • $12.00 / hour starting rate of pay


    Job Type: Full-time


    Salary: $12.00 /hour


    License:



    • Driver's License (Required)

    • Auto Insurance (Required)


    Additional Compensation:


    • Other forms

    Benefits:



    • Health insurance

    • Dental insurance

    • Vision insurance

    • Retirement plan

    • Paid time off

    • Flexible schedule


    Schedule:


    • Monday to Friday

    Company Description

    "We strive to provide a safe environment for individuals with disabilities, mental illness, and varying daily living needs that is focused on independence and dignity while generating support to succeed within a diverse community."


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    Direct Support Overnight/Weekend hours


    Community Integrated Services, Inc. – Portsmouth, NH 03801


    $14.00 per hour


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    Training and mileage are paid!!!!


    Here at Community Integrated Services we strive to improve, enrich and respect the lives of individuals with developmental, physical, and mental disabilities. We take the time to help develop our clients and implement customized behavior plan and you would be an integral part of this process.


    · Assist individual's to achieve their specific goals.


    · Accompany and assist with errands.


    · Help and encourage individuals to make friends, build relationships and be a part of their community.


    · Advocate for their needs and wants and encourage them to advocate for themselves.


    · Assist individuals find and/or maintain paid or volunteer employment.


    · Be a role model and a mentor!


    You will receive paid training for:


    · All required state documentation.


    · Medical Administration


    · MANDT / CPI


    · CPR/First aid


    Some things we require:


    · Prefer one (1) year of previous experience in a human service, hospital, rehabilitation, or educational setting preferred.


    · Valid driver’s license, working automobile, and minimum of $100,000/$300,000/$100,000 Liability Insurance on Automobile


    · Working cell phone and email account/access.


    · Pass NH background and DMV checks as well as BEAS and TB testing.


    · Completion of all state and agency mandated training within 90 days of employment.


    What we can offer you? Well, we are glad you asked. Here are just a few of our amazing benefits:


    · Work-life balance with flexibility in hours.


    · Career Advancement Opportunities


    · Mileage Reimbursement


    · $8.00 sleep /$14.00 awake / hour starting rate of pay


    Please visit our website at: www.CISNH.org to learn more about our amazing company.


    We value the collective voices of each and every employee to help us create a better quality of life for our clients. That's why we're proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship status, marital status, disability, gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, or genetic information.


    Job Type: Part-time


    Salary: $14.00 /hour


    Additional Compensation:


    · Other forms


    Benefits:


    · Health insurance


    · Dental insurance


    · Vision insurance


    · Retirement plan


    · Paid time off


    Company Description

    "We strive to provide a safe environment for individuals with disabilities, mental illness, and varying daily living needs that is focused on independence and dignity while generating support to succeed within a diverse community."


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    Full/Part time Direct Support Professional, paid training !


    Community Integrated Services, Inc. – Portsmouth, NH


    $13.25 per hour


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    Looking to fill positions in Manchester


    Full Time - 30 hours a week


    Let’s give you the snapshot of what you will be doing as a DSP:


    Here at Community Integrated Services we strive to improve, enrich and respect the lives of individuals with developmental, physical, and mental disabilities. We take the time to help develop our clients and implement customized behavior plan and you would be an integral part of this process.


    ·         Assist individual's to achieve their specific goals.


    ·         Accompany and assist with errands.


    ·         Help and encourage individuals to make friends, build relationships and be a part of their community.


    ·         Give out medications (if needed).


    ·         Advocate for their needs and wants and encourage them to advocate for themselves.


    ·         Assist individuals find and/or maintain paid or volunteer employment.


    ·         Be a role model and a mentor!


    You will receive paid training for:


    ·         All required state documentation.


    ·         Medical Administration


    ·         MANDT / CPI


    Some things we require:


    ·         Prefer one (1) year of previous experience in a human service, hospital, rehabilitation, or educational setting preferred.


    ·         Valid driver’s license, working automobile, and minimum of $100,000/$300,000/$100,000 Liability Insurance on Automobile


    ·         Working cell phone and email account/access.


    ·         Pass NH background and DMV checks as well as BEAS and TB testing.


    ·         Completion of all state and agency mandated training within 90 days of employment.


    What we can offer you? Well, we are glad you asked. Here are just a few of our amazing benefits:


    ·         Generous PTO plan


    ·         Medical, Dental and Eye Insurance Benefits.


    ·         STD/LTD


    ·         Work-life balance with flexibility in hours.


    ·         Life Insurance


    ·         401(k)


    ·         Career Advancement Opportunities


    ·         Mileage Reimbursement


    ·         $13.25/ hour starting rate of pay


    Job Type: Full-time


    Salary: $13.25 /hour


    Typical start time:


    ·         8AM


    Duties:


    ·         Providing support with hobbies, studies, and social activities


    ·         Facilitating community and recreational outings, including transport


    ·         Transporting client to appointments


    ·         Providing companionship and supportive listening


    ·         Charting or taking notes for others to review


    Company's website:


    ·         Cisnh.org


    Typical end time:


    ·         4PM


    Schedule:


    ·         Monday to Friday


    Additional Compensation:


    ·         Other forms


    Benefits:


    ·         Health insurance


    ·         Dental insurance


    ·         Vision insurance


    ·         Retirement plan


    ·         Paid time off


    ·         Flexible schedule


     


    Company Description

    "We strive to provide a safe environment for individuals with disabilities, mental illness, and varying daily living needs that is focused on independence and dignity while generating support to succeed within a diverse community."


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    Job Description



    Mission: Advancing community support and opportunities for people living with disabilities

     

    Core Values: We believe each person should:


    • Be included, respected, and valued.

    • Have ongoing information, experiences, and expectations from which to make choices.

    • Have a variety of relationships.

    • Live and participate in the communities of their choice.

    • Have a career, dreams for the future, and make meaningful contributions.



    Job Summary: Provides support to individuals with disabilities in developing and/or maintaining skills that will enhance the quality of their lives in the community; assists with personal care, household tasks and daily routines; performs other job related duties as assigned.

     

    Essential Functions:

    1.    Observe and respond to individuals physical, social, behavioral and personal needs;

    2.    Provide adequate supervision to individuals to facilitate their health and safety;

    3.    Will:

    ·         Be fully trained on individuals’ Individual Support Plan (ISP) and any special plans or therapy.

    ·         Be fully trained on the individuals’ Behavior Support Plan (BSP) and report to supervisor as required for incidents.

    ·         Implement and document on a daily basis the training outcomes and action steps in the ISP as required during the time period the support was delivered.

    ·         Administer medication to individuals; ensure that administration is timely, in the right dosage and documented on the Medication Administration Record (MAR) as required.

    ·         Transport individuals to and from appointments, employment and/or community sites;

    ·         Ensure individuals are appropriately groomed for all activities, employment and appointments,

    ·         Assist with the planning and implementation of daily activities;

    ·         Prepare meals or assist with the preparation of meals in accordance with Individual Support Plan and any diet orders, adaptive equipment or mealtime plans;

    ·         Assist with the daily household chores, to include but not limited to laundry, meal preparation and cleaning;

    4.    Attend and participate in all relevant agency events, workshops, training and meetings; and

    5.    Performs other job related duties as assigned.

     


    Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: 

    1.    Ability to gain working knowledge of St. John’s Community Services policies and procedures;

    2.    Ability to act as a representative of St. John’s Community Services to the public;

    3.    Ability to effectively communicate and coordinate with other staff members and individuals from diverse backgrounds;

    4.    Ability to pass a criminal background check;

    5.    Knowledge of acceptable food preparation and safety practices and procedures; and

    6.    Skilled in the operation of relevant computer systems, including hardware and software, and office machines.

     

    Education and Experience:

    1.    High school diploma or G.E.D. required

    2.    Two or more years related experience working with persons with disabilities preferred; Experience in community based residential programs a plus;

    3.    Must meet SJCS and funding jurisdiction current requirements for criminal background/records check;

    4.    Valid health certificate to meet current funding jurisdiction requirements;

    5.    Valid state-issued driver’s license with current driving record in good standing required.

     

    Company Description

    Advancing inclusive communities where every person, regardless of circumstances, has the right and opportunity to live their best life, St. John's Community Services (SJCS) is a historical, non-sectarian, non-profit human service organization that is diversified, community-based and acts as an agent of change. For 145+ years, SJCS has been providing quality services for people in need. These services are the product of a unique blend of characteristics that have enabled SJCS to meet the diverse and evolving needs of communities and their residents. SJCS currently operates in the District of Columbia, Delaware, New York, Tennessee and Virginia.


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    Do you want a career that enriches the lives of others?! Become a Direct Support Professional (DSP) for Target’s Vocational program and hit the mark with making a difference!


    By becoming a Direct Support Professional (DSP), you will support individuals with disabilities in the Vocational setting, which includes assisting them at their job sites, practicing vocational job skills in a classroom, or helping to integrate them into the community! DSPs will work as part of a team in the Vocational programs or out in the community to aid clients with daily activities and direct care to ensure a high quality of life. DSPs will serve as a role model for clients and encourage a fun, enjoyable, family like atmosphere while helping to integrate clients into community activities.


    · Perform all DSP duties in accordance with the philosophy, mission, and goals of the agency.


    · Act as a job coach by assisting clients on employment or volunteer sites. Assist with teaching vocational job skills.


    · Aid clients in daily personal care and grooming, including hygiene routines, toileting, medication administration, meal preparation, activities of daily living, and behavior management plan implementation.


    · Supervise clients in community events and activities, education center, on a 1:1 basis, or in a small group setting (1:4).


    · Transport clients to and from their homes and to our Vocational Center, community events, activities, and job sites.


    High school diploma, reliable mode of transportation and valid driver’s license with no more than 2 points are required! We ask potential staff to be available Monday-Friday between 5:30am-4pm range to assist with client transportation.


    Part Time & Full Time-day, evenings, and weekend hours available!


    ***Perfect for College Students- Flexible hours, and great paid intern experience***


    Company Description

    Target Community & Educational Services, Inc. is dedicated to enhancing the lives of children and adults with disabilities through quality, community-based residential, educational, vocational, recreational and family support services.

    View our website to learn more about us, and the people we serve!
    www.targetcommunity.org


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    Job Description


    We are seeking a DSP (Direct Support Professional) to join our team! You will assist in the daily care of elderly or disabled individuals. 


    Responsibilities:



    • Assist client residents with daily living activities, including medication administration, preparing meals and assisting with personal hygiene

    • Communicate ongoing care results and updates to relevant parties

    • Collaborate with clients and families for best care opportunities

    • Maintain a healthy and comfortable living environment

    • Provide supervision and guidance for client residents during skills building activities

    • Develop and implement individual treatment plans for client residents

    • Drive to and accompany client residents to doctors appointments

    • Develop a rapport with residents and cultivate a safe and supportive relationship

    • Update resident case notes on a daily basis

    • Perform housekeeping duties and maintaining a clean and organized environment


    Qualifications:



    • Previous experience in personal care or other related fields

    • Compassionate and caring demeanor 

    • Ability to build rapport with clients

    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills



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    Job Description


    Currently hiring for PART TIME AND Full TIme 


    Helps the elderly or physically disabled move from room to room around their homes.
    •Assists individuals in dressing, bathing, and completing basic hygiene tasks.
    •Oversees any required rehabilitation exercises.
    •Ensures that individuals take their prescribed medications.
    •Prepares meals that adhere to special dietary considerations.
    •Assists with light cleaning and housework.
    •Teaches developmentally disabled adults how to adopt basic independent living skills.
    •Helps adults with developmental disorders learn to make a budget and complete basic household tasks.
    •Works with disabled children in the school system, providing support and assistance during daily activities.
    •Meets with family to discuss needs of patients.
    •Runs errands to the grocery store, laundromat, cleaners, drugstore, and other necessary locations.
    •Serves as a companion for the elderly who live alone.
    •Organizes activities for patients.


    RequiredKnowledge, Skills and Abilities
    •Demonstrates patience and compassion.
    •Possesses excellent interpersonal skills.
    •Works well with a variety of different individuals.
    •Possesses detailed knowledge of patient’s condition, symptoms, and medications.
    •Exhibits ability to think quickly and act calmly in an emergency.
    •Demonstrates strong organizational skills.
    •Communicates clearly and effectively.
    •Possesses strong listening skills.
    •Pays close attention to detail.
    •Possesses physical stamina required to help individuals move around.
    •Possesses emotional strength necessary to work with ailing patients.
    •Demonstrates awareness of proper first aid and emergency response procedures.
    •Maintains friendly and open demeanor at all times.


    lopmental and physical disabilities. You'll be able develop strong bonds with individuals you serve and work in a team work environment



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    Direct Support Professional- Full Time with paid training!


    Community Integrated Services, Inc. – Concord, NH


    $12.00 per hour


    Apply Now


    We are looking for a Full time DSP for a fast growing Human Services Company!


    30 hours per week!!


    PAID TRAINING!


    ·         Preferred American Sign language as a skill set


    Here at Community Integrated Services we strive to improve, enrich and respect the lives of individuals with developmental, physical, and mental disabilities. We take the time to help develop our clients and implement customized behavior plan and you would be an integral part of this process.


    ·         Preferred American Sign language as a skill set !!


    ·         Assist individual's to achieve their specific goals.


    ·         Accompany and assist with errands.


    ·         Help and encourage individuals to make friends, build relationships and be a part of their community.


    ·         Give out medications (if needed).


    ·         Advocate for their needs and wants and encourage them to advocate for themselves.


    ·         Assist individuals find and/or maintain paid or volunteer employment.


    ·         Be a role model and a mentor!


    You will receive paid training for:


    ·         All required state documentation.


    ·         Medical Administration


    ·         MANDT / CPI


    Some things we require:


    ·         Prefer one (1) year of previous experience in a human service, hospital, rehabilitation, or educational setting preferred.


    ·         Valid driver’s license, working automobile, and minimum of $100,000/$300,000/$100,000 Liability Insurance on Automobile


    ·         Working cell phone and email account/access.


    ·         Pass NH background and DMV checks as well as BEAS and TB testing.


    ·         Completion of all state and agency mandated training within 90 days of employment.


    What we can offer you? Well, we are glad you asked. Here are just a few of our amazing benefits:


    ·         Work-life balance with flexibility in hours.


    ·         Career Advancement Opportunities


    ·         Mileage Reimbursement


    ·         $12.00 / hour starting rate of pay


    Please visit our website at: www.CISNH.org to learn more about our amazing company.


    We value the collective voices of each and every employee to help us create a better quality of life for our clients. That's why we're proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship status, marital status, disability, gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, or genetic information.


    Job Type: Full- time


    Salary: $12.00 /hour


    Typical start time:


    ·         9AM


    Duties:


    ·         Charting or taking notes for others to review


    ·         Providing support with hobbies, studies, and social activities


    ·         Facilitating community and recreational outings, including transport


    ·         Transporting client to appointments


    ·         Administering medication


    ·         Providing companionship and supportive listening


    ·         Reporting changes in the health or status of the client


    Typical end time:


    ·         3PM


    Schedule:


    ·         Monday to Friday


    Additional Compensation:


    ·         Other forms


    Benefits:


    ·         Health insurance


    ·         Dental insurance


    ·         Vision insurance


    ·         Retirement plan


    ·         Paid time off


    ·         Flexible schedule


    Company Description

    "We strive to provide a safe environment for individuals with disabilities, mental illness, and varying daily living needs that is focused on independence and dignity while generating support to succeed within a diverse community."


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    General Description : Jay Nolan Community Services (JNCS), a non-profit organization, is looking to hire full & part-time employees to provide support services for children, teens, or adults with Autism or other developmental disabilities so that they may live, work, & play as independently as possible in their homes & in their communities. The support services provided are customized to the person being supported individual needs.


    If you would like to make a difference in a person's life, then we would like to speak with you. Experience can be personal, as a volunteer or work related .


    Seeking Support staff for all shift part-time, full time, mornings, swing-shift and roommate positions available


    Join our Team!!


    Full time


    *Tuition Reimbursement


    *Paid Sick & Vacation


    *Medical, Dental, Vision & Aflac


    *Paid Allowance for cell phone use


    *Paid CPR & First aid training


    *403b


    *On job training/ongoing training *On job training/ongoing training


    *Mileage Reimbursement


    Part time


    *Tuition Reimbursement


    *Paid Sick


    *Vision & Aflac


    *Paid Allowance for cell phone use


    *Paid CPR & First aid training


    *403b


    *On job training/ongoing training


    *Mileage Reimbursement


    Job Duties:


    * Provide positive encouragement to promote skill development in the


    home and community with everyday needs.


    * Portray a good role model


    * Assist the individual with socialization, communication and safety awareness skills


    * Promote independence, health, wellness, and quality of life


    * Ensure a safe and clean living environment


    * You will have a willingness to be hands on in assisting the person being supported with


    household tasks, such as, laundry, meal preparation, cleaning, & grocery shopping.


    * You will promote & guide towards independence, health, wellness & quality of life.


    Qualifications: Prior knowledge & experience supporting individuals with autism or other developmental disability.


    * Must pass a background check.


    * Respectful and patient.


    * Have a high school diploma or GED


    * Outgoing, function well in a team environment, & possess good communication skills.


    * A valid driver's license, reliable car, current auto insurance & smart phone are required.


    * Ability to handle physical aspects of job


    Company Description

    Jay Nolan Community Services, a non-profit organization, founded in 1975, provides support for adults, teens, and children with Autism and other developmental disabilities so that they may live, work, and play as independently as possible in their homes and in their communities. Support services provided are customized to the person being supported individual needs. It is a belief of inclusion, rather than exclusion & segregation.


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    Job Description


    Position Summary:


    The Wraparound Supervisor is directly responsible to the Executive Director for the day-to-day operations of the program services. The Wraparound Supervisor manages the functioning of service delivery teams, which provide a wide array of community-based youth and family support services. These services may include child and family team planning, resource acquisition, case management and linkage, and interagency collaboration.


    The Wraparound program and process aims to achieve positive outcomes by providing a structured, creative and individualized team planning process that, compared to traditional treatment planning, results in plans that are more effective and more relevant to the child and family. Additionally, Wraparound plans are more holistic than traditional care plans in that they are designed to meet the identified needs of caregivers and siblings and to address a range of life areas. Through the team-based planning and implementation process – as well as availability of research-based interventions that can address priority needs of youth and caregivers – Wraparound also aims to develop the problem-solving skills, coping skills, and self-efficacy of the young people and family members. Finally, there is an emphasis on integrating the youth into the community and building the family’s social support network.


    Essential Functions:



    1. Monitors and controls the delivery of Wraparound in accordance with Agency standards and acceptable professional practices.

    2. Monitors and ensures that documentation and case records are developed and maintained in accordance with Agency and SB163 wraparound standards.

    3. Provides supervision and performance management of program staff.

    4. Monitors and controls the referral and intake process, maintaining high quality service delivery and good working relations within the community being served.

    5. Implements and maintains quality assurance systems and reporting programs related to clinical services, and participates on Quality Improvement teams as assigned.

    6. Provides direct wraparound services as needed to ensure program and service delivery continuity.


    Essential Requirements:



    1. Completion of a clinical program with a Masters or Ph.D. degree in Social Work, Psychology, or a closely related field of behavioral or medical science from an accredited educational institution.

    2. Two years supervisory experience in a related field.

    3. Must possess a valid California driver's license, personal automobile insurance and driving record that meets the standards outlined in the Agency’s Personnel Policy; Motor Vehicle Operating Standards.

    4. Must be physically and mentally fit in accordance with the Agency’s Physical Fitness Standards and Examinations for the position and must be willing to complete a health screening physical examination that includes a drug test.


    Company Description

    Victor is a company who helps troubled kids and families integrate into society and become successful members of society. It was birthed from a vision of providing safe, healthy environments where the people we treat can flourish. Victor believes that every individual deserves a chance to succeed and we commit every strength, talent, and resource of our organization to those who have emotional and behavioral challenges. In situations where families are not equipped to help their children or older family members, Victor steps in and provides programs and support to help them be successful, offering hope by giving tangible solutions for helping these kids succeed and integrate into society in ways they and their families never thought possible.


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