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Jul 11 2017

Volunteer Coordinator

Foothill Family Shelter - Upland

Basic Functions: The Foothill Family Shelter could not operate without volunteers, and the Volunteer Coordinator is the primary contact with, and recruiter of, volunteers for services across the agency. Under general supervision, the Volunteer Coordinator implements and oversees all aspects of the volunteer program at Foothill Family Shelter, including the Help Desk, food pantry/clothing closet, Harold Cares parenting class, food drives, special events, family and children’s activities and thrift store. The Volunteer Coordinator is also responsible for accepting incoming donations and dispersing accordingly.Typical Responsibilities Include: • Identify, recruit and retain volunteers, including creating & maintain an up-to-date database • Create a volunteer recognition program, including the planning and execution of an annual recognition event• Offer regular volunteer orientations match volunteers to the appropriate work site, event (internal & external); follow up to ensure that volunteers are placed and working• Oversee volunteers, tracking activities and hours served, and be the go-to person for volunteers and potential volunteers• Plan, direct, and supervise the activities of all volunteers who serve in all capacities in the FFS front office, common room, and food pantry; • Work collectively with the Thrift Store Supervisor and identify, recruit and refer volunteers• Schedule volunteers to operate the Help Desk and food pantry shifts.• Communicate with all agency personnel regarding the need for volunteers.• Develop a network of volunteers and potential volunteers: schools, service clubs, youth clubs, churches, seniors and retired persons, businesses, other non-profit organizations, etc. Identify key contacts in each organization or group who may be contacted for rapid mobilization of volunteers.• Collect email address for Constant Contact• Create Facebook posts reporting successes, business/group involvement and donations • Working with FFS staff, develop a calendar of volunteer opportunities and needs • Provide written (email) confirmations to volunteers of their upcoming service dates, and written (email or hard copy) thank you notes for their service. Information should be shared and the Co-Executive Directors will assist with this.• Supervise the common room and food pantry assuring a neat, clean, safe, and workmanlike environment at all times.• Provide limited outside representation at events, volunteer fairs, and other community events • Other duties as assigned...
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Jul 11 2017

East County Housing Navigator

Path of Life Ministries - Riverside

$15.00 - $18.00 PER HOUR WITH A FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE Housing Navigation is a fast-paced and very hands-on job requiring high-levels of nuanced people skills, creativity with a solutions focus, and extreme flexibility as well as self management by those who are comfortable in a wide variety of unconventional situations working with a very challenged population in scattered sites and in the field throughout the County of Riverside. Additionally, housing navigation requires a high level of detailed documentation and file work. The Housing Navigator, under the direction of the Housing Director, provides client advocacy, case management, benefit establishment, linkage to Mental Health/Substance Abuse services, linkage to stable housing and all other supportive services as needed. Housing Navigators will provide individualized client support by helping each client develop a plan to address their barriers, increase their income, and maintain and sustain permanent housing. As part of the plan, the Housing Navigator will identify each area in which clients will need assistance to accomplish the outlined goals and objectives (i.e. scheduling appointments, applying for public benefits, identifying subsidized housing, etc.) and the Housing Navigator will take full responsibility for their clients’ success. Supportive Services • Conduct screening interviews, complete intake documentation and coordinate move in and exit of all program participants. • Provide social work case management and navigation services designed to assist clients and their families obtain stability. • Provide onsite case management services in the areas of independent living skills, cooking groups, house meetings, social events, employment linkage, benefits establishment, and other services as needed to assist in reaching case plan and treatment plan goals. • Perform comprehensive case management assessments and develop a plan of intervention that addresses need for housing, services, crisis intervention, and continuity of care planning and coordination. • Respond to referrals and client’s request for case management assessment and intervention within required response time. • Encourage and promote an environment that is strength based to assist clients in meeting their individual goals. • Identify appropriate permanent housing options for clients, such as, subsidized housing Section 8, Shelter Plus Care, VASH, permanent supportive housing, affordable and market rate housing, and other housing opportunities. • Assist clients with housing applications, complete supportive and subsidized housing paperwork, survey rental market for affordable housing, and advocate for clients with prospective landlords. • Use of personal vehicle to travel to scattered sites throughout Riverside County and transport clients. • Work with, support, and help direct teams of volunteers giving direct support to your clients. Outreach and Relationship Management • Respond to and negotiate housing solutions with housing managers and landlords. • Mediate disputes between homeless persons and neighborhood residents. • Attend collaborative meetings. • Network with other agencies, coalitions, and local community meetings. • Actively participate in staff meetings and trainings. • Maintain client related data tracking systems, including case notes and complete HMIS entries with support of Director of Homeless Services. • Maintain an “On Call” status to respond to emergencies as assigned. ...
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Jul 07 2017

Clinician I (San Jacinto/Rubidoux)

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

Clinician I (Pre-licensed) Salary: $22.00 - $25.00 per hour (Non-Exempt) – Full Time Position Essential Job Duties: 1. Direct service treatment, including diagnostic (intakes), crisis intervention, and on-going treatment (individual, family and group.) Annual DSH quota required. 2. Caseload management: information/referral advocacy. 3. Community outreach, presentation, parent education training as necessary to facilitate individual case and program goals. 4. Team accountability and responsibilities along with project supervisors, students, other divisions and administrative staff. 5. Generation and implementation of Treatment Plans, Utilization Review and other case planning activities. 6. Participation and presentation at case review/disposition, case consultation and peer support meetings. 7. Assisting in program start-up activities and subsequent (on-going) statistical and recording. 8. Twenty-four hour telephone crisis consultation availability. Available some Saturdays (presentations, emergency case situations). 9. Available a minimum of two late evening until clinic closing and possibly three (certain weeks) and some Saturdays (presentations, emergency case situations), unless authorized by Clinic Director. 10. Participate in community outreach events, minimum of 2 a year. 11. Punctual and Regular Attendance 12. Bilingual in Spanish 13. Other duties as assigned and necessary Report to: Clinic Manager ...
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Jul 07 2017

Accounting Technician

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

Accounting Technician Salary: $15.00 - $20.00 per hour – Non Exempt Position Summary: Under general supervision, performs highly responsible accounting support duties in the preparation, administration, and maintenance of accounts payable, accounts receivable, general ledger accounting and other accounting transactions and records; ensuring that these functions are carried out in an accurate and timely manner. Essential Duties: • Familiar with basic cost accounting principles and models. • Contributes to a strong customer service culture with a positive attitude and professional commitment to assist the Department’s Customers. • Timely Regular Attendance. • Other duties as required and necessary. Accounts Payable: • Reviews and processes payments of vendor invoices and other accounts payable check requests for professional and other services according to company policies and procedures; • Verifies required approvals and use of correct account numbers and coordinates with departments to correct any errors; • Creates payment batches and enters account and payment data • Examine, reconcile, balance and adjust accounting records as required Accounts Receivable • Prepares a variety of state, federal and local claims, statements and reports from a variety of sources, preliminary data, accounting records, and computer printouts; • Calculates costs for invoicing various billable work to funding sources; • Input and retrieve data and produce reports; • Examine, reconcile, balance and adjust accounting records as required Reports to: Accounting Supervisor ...
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Jul 07 2017

Director of Philanthropy

Voices for Children - San Diego

ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW Voices for Children (VFC) was founded in 1980 as a grassroots organization that was one of the earliest adopters of the “CASA” model of volunteer court advocacy; it has since grown to become the third largest Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) programs in the United States, and is responsible for the CASA programs in San Diego and Riverside Counties. The overall FY2017-2018 fundraising goal is $6.8 million for both San Diego and Riverside Counties. Of that, the Riverside County fundraising goal is approximately $700,000. Voices for Children transforms the lives of abused, neglected, or abandoned children in the foster care system by providing them with trained volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs). For more information, visit www.speakupnow.org. Currently, in San Diego County, there are 4,500 children in the foster care system over the course of one year; in Riverside County, 5,000 children are in the foster care system. VFC serves 3,150 San Diego County foster children with advocacy and reviews case files for all children in care. The CASA program in Riverside County was launched in 2015 and is in its early stages of development. In FY2016-2017, a total of 265 children will be served with CASA volunteers, but the strategic plan calls for the program’s growth to at least 750 children served within a few years. The Riverside County program currently has a staff of 8, led by Jessica Muñoz, Esq., the Riverside County Program Director who reports to the VFC President/CEO. As additional philanthropic contributions are received, the program will grow to serve more children. OVERVIEW OF THE POSITION The Director of Philanthropy will (1) be responsible for planning and implementing a comprehensive fundraising program designed to provide diverse support to the Voices for Children’s Riverside County CASA Program from individuals, corporations, and foundations, working with the VFC San Diego-based development and marketing team; (2) serve as a senior member of the Riverside County team; (3) be a highly-motivated, confident, skilled individual focused on building meaningful relationships with donors and donor prospects; (4) connect individuals, corporations, and foundations with giving opportunities at Voices for Children’s Riverside County CASA Program; (5) be a creative, enthusiastic, and outgoing development professional who enjoys interacting with donors and volunteers as well as stakeholders and community leaders, with ability to manage difficult or complex situations and/or people with tact, confidence, and diplomacy; (6) will have excellent writing and computer skills required. Proficient in all Microsoft Office programs, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and experience in using donor database systems, ideally Raiser’s Edge; (7) possess effective oral communication and public speaking skills; (8) will have strong organization skills and be precise in work habits and work output; and (9) be a self-starter who can operate independently as well as with a team and can operate in a changing environment, following timelines and meeting deadlines. The successful candidate must have the ability to attend morning, evening, and weekend donor functions as needed to support donor relationship-building efforts, be willing to travel through Riverside County, and be willing to work from home. This individual will work on all aspects of the donor development cycle, including identification, cultivation, solicitation, acknowledgment, and stewardship. The Director of Philanthropy should be prepared to handle all management, personnel, donor, and other internal agency matters confidentially and with the strictest security when the need arises, whether the items are labeled confidential or not. This employee must work as a full member of the Voices for Children team. ...
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Jun 27 2017

Activity Specialist (Senior Services)

Family Service Association - Grand Terrace Senior center

Activity Specialist (Senior Services) Salary: $10.50 - $12.00 per hour Essential Duties: 1) Assists with coordination of center programming and activities 2) Prepares senior nutrition meals according to approved menu 3) Maintains cleanliness and sanitation of site kitchen according to agency, program, Department of Health, CalOSHA, HACCP (Hazard analysis and critical control point) standards at a minimum 4) Ensures that meals are prepared, cooked and served in accordance with nutritional standards as required 5) Maintain nutritional records according to Agency and program requirements 3) Maintain accurate center participant records and program statistics 4) Coordinate with community resources 5) Assist with planning of special events including marketing/advertisement 6) Perform specific program duties 7) Oversees participant intake, resource and referral, documentation, reports 8) Assists with coordination of volunteer’s activities and assignment 9) Work cooperatively with the other FSA staff Report to: Administrator ...
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Jun 27 2017

Cook-Substitute

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

Cook Location: Moreno Valley/ Riverside Site may vary (Emergency relief availability mandatory) Salary: $10.50 - $12.00 per hour *Mileage paid when use of personal vehicle is required*. Essential Duties: 1. Assist in preparation of meals according to menu/recipe as needed 2. Read menus, estimate needs for each meal, and ensure that adequate supplies are available prior to meal preparation. 3. Accurately prepare weekly inventory and submit by deadline. 4. Maintain cleanliness of kitchen, equipment, and delivery equipment as needed. 5. Insure compliance with Dept. of Health by labeling all food products that are opened. 6. Maintain nutrition records (i.e.: Temperature control logs, etc.) 7. Perform food preparation and serving in compliance with program specifications. 8. Train volunteers in serving procedures, storage, and cleaning tasks. 9. Other duties as assigned and necessary. 10. Four to six hours per day Occasional weekends required. 11. Punctual and Regular Attendance. Report to: Food Program Specialist Minimum Qualifications:  Exemption free live scan clearance within 12 months (Department of Justice, FBI and Child Abuse Index  High School Diploma or GED  Food Service Background  Ability to rotate to multiple sites as needed  Bilingual a plus  The ability to read and write English and to communicate at the level required for successful job performance Licenses & Certifications:  Current Food Handlers Permit required  CA Driver’s License and proof of Automobile Insurance  Current and clean DMV printout report Physical & Mental Demands: • Fast paced environment • Ability to multitask • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds ...
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Jun 23 2017

Operations and Finance Manager, Inland Empire

GRID Alternatives - Riverside

ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION GRID Alternatives is the country’s largest nonprofit solar installer. GRID is an entrepreneurial, high-growth non-profit organization that provides renewable energy and energy efficiency services to low-income families. Through its flagship Solar Affordable Housing Program, GRID trains and leads teams of volunteers and job trainees to install solar electric systems for low-income families and affordable housing providers, providing long-term savings for the people who need them the most. In turn, low-income families are able to use their long-term savings to pay for basic expenses, and expand their economic opportunity by employing the skills and training they gained through GRID’s workforce development programs, in the growing field of solar installation. GRID’s vision is a successful transition to clean, renewable energy that includes everyone. Description: The GRID Alternatives Inland Empire affiliate office is looking for a full time Operations and Finance Manager to manage organization operations and oversee the revenue centers of the office. Organizational operations include staff management, business and legal requirements, process development and implementation, and contracting and invoicing development and management. The revenue centers include our financial portfolio and offerings, business development, fundraising, government and utility partnerships, and communications. The Operations and Finance Manager should be detail and goal-oriented, thriving on process development and implementation. This position is a great opportunity for a leader looking for the “next step” in their career to make a difference in the community in a rapidly growing nonprofit organization. Job Duties include, but are not limited to: Core responsibilities, under the direction of the Regional Director, include: Manage human resources including our onboarding process, professional development, certifications, accountability tracking, protocol development and implementation supported by the Executive Assistant & Office Manager. Manage the necessary requirements of operating a solar installation company across the region, including insurance, licenses, legal documents, and contracts and MOUs. Track and report key performance indicators across all departments, make adjustments when necessary under the guidance of the Regional Director. Develop and manage structured processes to ensure departments are up-to-date on both data entry and implementation through our Salesforce dashboards and Jive postings, monitor and support other organizational databases to meet and exceed our goals, and support and report other process elements such as manuals, protocols, and policies that will drive a successful Inland Empire office. Track and report to the Executive Director our revenue streams through Salesforce and other supporting financial documents including tracking project funding records and assignments and coordinating with the Development Team on fundraising goals, status, and expected progress. Oversee and support invoicing across all departments. Manage, under the direction of the Executive Director, the annual budget, quarterly reforecasts, and analyzing goals to actuals monthly; support the development and tracking of organizational, project, and department budgets. Develop, review, and manage contracts, MOUs, project budgets, and other legal, financial, operational documents, as needed Manage assigned Departments, which may include Development and Marketing & Communications. Office Location/travel: The GRID Alternatives Inland Empire office is located in Riverside serving San Bernardino, Riverside and Inyo Counties. This position requires some travel to sites throughout the office territory and occasional out-of-town travel such as organization wide yearly staff summit regularly held on California. Availability to work nights and weekends maybe required. GRID Alternatives may provide vehicles for work travel and/or travel reimbursement for personal vehicle use, but applicant must hold a valid driver’s license and good driving record. Compensation: This is a full-time, exempt position. Compensation based on experience Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision/Eye care insurance, generous 5 weeks paid time off, up to 10 paid holidays (2017), Commuter Checks, 403B retirement plan, Employee Assistance program, Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Health Savings Account (HSA), STD&LTD, Employee Assistance Program, and yearly Professional Development funds to further education up to $600 and a healthy work life balance....
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Jun 21 2017

Teacher

Family Service Association - Grand Terrace, CA

Job Description Child Care Teacher Child Development Title 22 Programs Salary: $10.50 Hourly – Non Exempt Job Summary: Under general supervision, organizes lesson plans and teaches children; monitors child safety in the classroom, school site areas, and off-site events; tracks student development and completes additional tasks to promote early childhood education; and performs other related duties as assigned. Distinguishing Characteristics: Positions in this class are responsible for age appropriate curriculum development and lesson planning and provide instruction to infant through sixth grade children in a child care setting. Essential Job Duties: The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to this class. 1. Organizes and plans daily classroom activities in a manner that is consistent with childhood education programs and that will adhere with State licensing requirements. 2. Ensures all classroom activities are developmentally appropriate; participates in curriculum development and creates individual lesson plans; observes each child’s learning and skill development and records progress. 3. Supervises children in the classroom, playground areas, and at off-site events; demonstrates proper standards of behavior and uses a positive approach while working with children. 4. Promotes an environment of acceptance that supports and respects gender, culture, language, ethnicity, and family composition. 5. Greets parents who are dropping off or picking up children; establishes and maintains rapport with parents and family members. 6. Answers questions and addresses concerns related to child conduct, and parent and staff interactions, as necessary. 7. Maintains a clean, safe, and attractive learning environment; assists with daily set-ups of children’s activities, including meals or snacks, and clean-up duties. 8. Follows appropriate safety precautions and procedures, administers routine first aid to children as needed. 9. Administers medication and medical procedures in accordance with specific guidelines and instructions. 10. May provide care for infants, such as changing diapers or soiled clothing; sets up cribs and prepares infants for naps; notifies parents when diapers and wipe supplies are low. 11. May perform work as a substitute teacher and fill in assignments as needed. 12. Tracks and maintains knowledge of student-leader ratios at all times. Report to: Assistant Director/Director Minimum Qualifications: • Basic concepts used in early childhood education program policies, practices and philosophy; • Child Development Curriculum development and implementation; • Classroom procedures and expected standards of conduct; • Appropriate safety and health precautions and procedures; • Correct English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation, and vocabulary; • Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy’ • Reading and writing communication skills; supervisory principles and practices; • Basic record keeping techniques. Ability to: • Plan and organize child development curriculum and activities; • Coordinate child development activities and lesson plans; • Provide instruction to individual children and small groups; • Appropriately manage and observe student behavior; • Model acceptable social behaviors; • Develop and maintain effective relationships with children; • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; • Interact with children and adults in an effective manner; • Implement learning activities for children. • Maintain a healthy, safe and orderly environment; • Understand and follow oral and written instructions. ...
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Jun 21 2017

Assistant Child Care Director

Family Service Association - Grand Terrace

Job Description Assistant Child Care Director Child Development Title 22 Programs Job Summary: Under general supervision, supervises assigned Child Care Center staff; performs a variety of administrative functions such as budgeting; report writing, and maintaining site records and files in accordance with child care licensing regulations; and performs other related duties as assigned. Salary: $20 per hour plus benefits, Non-Exempt Essential Duties: The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to this class. 1. Supervises staff, reviews teacher’s lesson plans; organizes and conducts staff meetings; completes staff timesheets and records. 2. Drives school bus to pick up Kindergarten students; conducts maintenance inspections on bus and reports when repairs are needed. 3. Prepares monthly lunch menus, fills out weekly lunch order; assembles and prepares lunches and snacks. 4. Greets parents and callers on a daily basis; answers questions regarding child care center operations and activities; reads and replies to email queries. 5. Maintains communication with elementary school staff and principals at City elementary schools. 6. Prepares roll sheets, memos, newsletters, check lists and other various school activity records as needed for school age sites; maintains children immunization records; enrolls school age children in after school program. 7. Tends to sick and injured children at the Child Care Center and in school age programs. 8. Assists with setting up center activities by brining items from storage containers and placing them in assigned areas. 9. Performs light clean-up and maintenance tasks around all facilities, as needed. 10. Assists with planning and conducting monthly events; updates events on website. 11. Maintains school age program budget; places orders for supplies and materials for teachers. 12. Take deposits to the bank; 13. Assists with supervision of children during teacher classroom breaks. 14. Tracks and maintains knowledge of student-teacher ratios at all times. Report To: Director Minimum Qualifications: Knowledge of: • Child Development, lesson planning, and curriculum development; • Title 22 Child Care Licensing regulations; • Classroom and playground safety guidelines and methods; budget maintenance and inventory practices; • Principles of supervision; appropriate safety and health precautions and procedures; • Correct English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary. • Interpersonal skills, using tact, patience and courtesy; • Reading and writing communication skills; • Record keeping techniques Ability to: • Plan and organize child development curriculum and activities; • Coordinate child development activities and lesson plans; • Provide instruction to individual children and small groups; • Appropriately manage and observe teacher and student behavior; • Model acceptable social behaviors; • Develop and maintain effective relationships with children; • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; • Relate positively and effectively with children and families of various cultures, disabilities, and social economic backgrounds; • Think and act quickly in emergency and non-emergency situations; • Maintain a healthy, safe and orderly environment; • Understand and follow oral and written instructions. Education/Training/Experience • High School Graduation or GED Equivalent, with • Associate Degree or 60 units with 24 units of Early Childhood Education/Child Development (ECE/CE) including: o core courses o 6 units of administration, o 3 in Adult Supervision and o A valid Child Development Permit for Master Teacher or Site Supervisor. • The alternative education requirement is a Bachelor’s degree or higher with o 12 ECE units o 3 units of supervised field experience in an ECE setting and o A valid Child Development Permit for Master Teacher or Site Supervisor • Five years of teaching and administrative experience in child development programs and • One year experience supervising adults, preferably teaching staff and center support staff, and • Experience monitoring curriculum for children. ...
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