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Do you want to make a difference in the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities? We are looking for candidates to work within a team environment with the individuals supported, their families and providers in the community. This position provides assistance to individuals with developmental disabilities to lead more independent and productive lives by coming up with innovative, person centered approaches to improve the quality of services to individuals supported by the Agency in a compassionate and creative environment.

The Intake Specialist acts as the first point of contact between potential Early Start and continuing clients and the Regional Center. The position also needs to provide basic information on services and secure information to determine eligibility requirements and potential services. This position requires travel to offices and meetings throughout the Bay Area. Occasional statewide travel to sites throughout California may be required. Fluency in both written and verbal Spanish is required.

DUTIES

Solicit all intake information from applicants, provide information regarding GGRC services, and refer qualified clients to Assessment Team or other community resources (when indicated). Provide general information and referrals regarding resources and services to clients and callers. Explain GGRC procedures and policies, including legislation and due process rights. Ensure the required timeframes, policies and procedures are met.

Input intake information and notes into system. Confirm client’s ‘first time’ status in Regional Center system. Maintain database of calls and documentation of applicant’s inquiries. Complete and maintain all required forms and reports according to regulations and procedures. Complete monthly statistics.

Determine place of residence in accordance with guidelines. Review and determine appropriateness of applications for service. Maintain information and referral services. Assist in determining referrals for outreach services. Provide administrative support to unit as needed. Participate in special projects and assist with additional duties or tasks, as assigned.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

• Associate Degree from an accredited college of social welfare or related human services field required. Bachelor's degree is preferred;

• 1+ year client interaction and evaluation experience;

• Work experience with developmentally disabled;

• Experience in the field of Early Childhood Development desired;

• Case Management experience preferred;

• Experience in multi-cultural settings and/or multi-lingual capacity.

SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES

• Able to speak clearly and be understood by native Spanish speakers and to understand relevant spoken/written dialects, as appropriate;

• Good interview skills and able to assess individual needs and input detailed notes into system while interviewing;

• Excellent communication skills in producing documents in a business manner and conveying complex information in a clear, concise and professional manner;

• Familiar with issues associated with working with developmentally disabled;

• Familiar with MS Office and Adobe products;

• Able to operate basic office equipment;

• Time management and organizational skills;

• Initiative and decision making;

• Customer and detail oriented.

Salary starts at $3,500.00 per month

ABOUT THE AGENCY

Golden Gate Regional Center is a private non-profit agency that provides assistance. We offer competitive pay, outstanding benefits, and a dynamic work environment. We have over 200 employees located in San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo counties.

GGRC is an equal employment opportunity employer.

Local candidates only please. No phone calls.


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The Behavioral Health department at Marin Community Clinics seeks to find a “Bilingual English/Spanish Triage Licensed Clinical Social Worker” or PsyD/PhD with leadership qualities who can provide urgent consults, biopsychosocial assessments, crisis intervention, education, referrals, and consultation (“warm handoffs”) for patients presenting acute behavioral health or psychosocial concerns at Marin Community Clinics.   

In this role the Bilingual Triage Behavioral Health Provider will have the opportunity to work with patients across the lifespan and with a wide variety of clinical presentations. Consultation may be provided in-person or via tele-health across the five Marin Community Clinics or dental sites. This role is supported by a dynamic behavioral health department and primary care team.  Opportunity for a part time or full time work schedule. Benefits eligible if working 24+ hours per week. 

Qualified candidate must be bilingual English/Spanish. Please submit a brief cover letter with your CV outlining your interest for the position.  

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Compensation packet includes, hiring bonus and relocation assistance. 

Generous PTO program and more. 


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Qualifications:

The Program Leader must have a high school degree, general education  diploma, or certificate of completion.  Experience working with adults  with developmental disabilities in employment, education, and recreation  programs is preferred, but not necessary.  The Program Leader must:

Possess a valid California Drivers License and have a good driving record.

Pass Department of Justice and FBI criminal background fingerprint clearance.  Pass a pre-employment physical and drug screening. 

 BENEFITS FOR FULL TIME EMPLOYMENT

Medical and Dental Coverage: UCPNB believes healthy and happy employees  are key to making us an even more successful company. That's why we  provide a monthly medical/dental benefit allowance of $450 to all full  time employees. Medical coverage is available to all full-time employees  through Kaiser Health Plan, with dental coverage offered by Principal  Dental. Eligibility for each plan begins the first of the month  following 30 days of employment.

 

Time Away From Work:

 

UCPNB offers a variety of paid time-off options and you earn them as  soon as you start working. It's our way of saying we appreciate your  commitment to your job.

 

Retirement: Saving for retirement is important for everyone. UCPNB  offers a comprehensive and competitive 403B retirement opportunity  through to help you. Our retirement benefits include voluntary  enrollment in our 403B savings plan with a company match. Company match  begins after your one year employment anniversary date.

 

Birthday Bonus: Happy about your birthday? Well, we are too! Our  birthday gift to all full time employees is $50 bonus to help you  celebrate another year on earth.

 

Interested in joining our team or learning more about UCPNB OADS Program? Please email your resume to cisetta@ucpnb.org.

 

We look forward to meeting you.

 

UCP of the North Bay is an equal opportunity employer.     


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