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Sep 22 2017

Activity Specialist

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

Activity Specialist Family Support Services (Kid’s 1st Program) Salary: $10.50 - $12.00 per hour (Non-Exempt) Essential Duties: 1. Provide activities and children’s enrichment groups during parent activities for Kid’s first services such as Triple P parenting (all levels) & PCIT. 2. Utilize PRIDE skills in interactions with children (training will be provided for these skills). 3. Provide supervision of all assigned children both indoors and outdoors settings with age appropriate activities (Children must be supervised at all times). 4. Provide routine upkeep to all PCIT labs, maintaining adequate lab supplies, ensuring the supplies, toys and equipment are all kept in a tidy and ready to be utilized status. 5. Create teaching folders for both CDI and PDI teaching sessions for PCIT ensuring all labs are adequately supplied 6. Assist with scoring of all PCIT measures and UC Davis reporting as trained and as needed. 7. Assist with sanitization of PCIT toys between sessions to allow for quick breakdown and set up of labs. 8. Assist PCIT clinicians as needed with lab set up and with client monitoring for clients who have a tendency to “run” from the lab. 9. Attend in-service training and staff meetings. 10. Attend mandatory HIPPA Training & Child Abuse Training 11. Maintain files and records and routine program support. 12. Provide support to family activities and programming. 13. Handle a variety of routine clerical tasks and paperwork. 14. Run copy and fax machines as needed. 15. This position may require you to work evenings until clinic closing. 16. Provide organization and maintenance for programmatic needs. 17. Punctual and Regular Attendance. 18. Other duties as assigned and necessary. Report to: Program Manager ...
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Sep 18 2017

Executive Director

Building A Generation - Redlands

The Case Manager will provide direct case management activities within the Family Resource Center. Case Manager will also assist in the monitoring and evaluation of programs while developing and maintaining strong collaborative relationships with other community resources and partners. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: o Mange a caseload of up to but not limited to 25 clients o Conduct comprehensive client assessment to develop appropriate service plans o Esure case management is delivered effectively and compliment the needs of target population. o Help monitor programs and services within grant and organization guidelines. o Assist with networking and increasing knowledge of the organization to the community. o Assist with evaluating activities of Family Resource Centers o Ensure organization program models, strategies are implemented (Case Management, Family Strengthening, Strength-based) e o Provide crisis intervention to clients when necessary and assist interns with client needs as necessary. o Maintain a working knowledge of the scope and objectives of program activities & goals o Develop and nurture relationships with program site personnel, families, referral agencies, and integral community members. o Maintain timely documentation of services and meet deadlines o Participate in program sustainability activities including organization community presentations, fundraisers o Participate in organization-wide growth and staff development activities, such as trainings, community collaborations, and community events. o Perform other duties as assigned. ...
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Sep 18 2017

*Volunteer* Program Aide

United Way of the Inland Valleys - Riverside

United Way of the Inland Valleys is looking for a part-time volunteer to work with our dynamic program staff. This person will assist with logistics for our Foster Youth Financial Literacy Program, GEMS: Girls Excelling in Math with Success, Early Literacy, and community grants allocation. This person would ideally have 20 hours each week to give to the program and be able to volunteer for a period of several months. This is a great opportunity to step into the world of non-profit and to learn the back office function of non-profit organizations. There is significant potential for resume building and work experience for a motivated volunteer....
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Sep 15 2017

Therapist / Case Manager / Parenting Program Coordinator

Foothill Family Shelter - Upland

JOB DUTIES Administer initial intake interview with clients and/or family members to obtain family, social, employment, medical and mental health history. Assess client needs, determine services needed, create treatment plan and track clients’ progress through use of appropriate documentation. Provide clinical therapy to individuals (adults, adolescents & children), couples, and families who are experiencing issues such as depression, anxiety, relational problems, substance abuse, anger and/or other behavioral issues, which impair their functioning in various contexts. Seek out information about community resources and provide referrals as needed. Facilitate group sessions for adults from diverse cultural/economic backgrounds focusing on various intrapsychic issues (i.e. self-esteem, stress/anxiety, depression) as well as interpersonal relationship issues (i.e. communication, conflict resolution, coping skills, and parenting techniques). Plan and facilitate group sessions for children & adolescents focused on improving social skills as well as strengthening self-esteem, sense of identity and coping mechanisms. Plan and facilitate psychoeducational parenting and life skills program for teen mothers. Job Type: Full-time...
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Sep 13 2017

Half-Time Researcher

HARC, Inc. (Health Assessment and Research for Communities) - Palm Desert

About HARC HARC, Inc. (Health Assessment and Research for Communities) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, founded in 2006, located in Palm Desert, CA. HARC provides research and evaluation services that relate to health, wellness, and quality of life. HARC conducts community-based research. To HARC, “health” includes all the social determinants of health, like education, housing, safety, economic stability, employment, and equity. We provide have two major lines of work: 1. The Coachella Valley Community Health Survey 2. Customized research and evaluation consulting for clients (primarily nonprofits) About the Job Opening We are looking to add a half-time researcher to our team. Depending on your experience and education, you may be either a research associate or a research assistant. We are open to either! The table below demonstrates the differences between the two. Assistant: Education level: Pursuing a bachelor’s or have a bachelor’s Experience: Little direct research experience Expectations: Support other staff members on projects Pay: $15 to $17/hour Associate: Education level: Pursuing a master’s or have a master’s Experience: At least 1 year direct research experience Expectations: Capable of leading research or evaluation projects Pay: $18 to $20/hour Location: Palm Desert, CA Position: Half-Time (0.5 FTE) Reports to: Director of Research and Evaluation, Dr. Casey Leier Description: This researcher supports the Director of Research and Evaluation to design and implement a wide range of applied social science research. This researcher will be expected to interact with clients, community members, and the public (e.g., networking, attending meetings, collecting data in-person, etc.). They will be expected to collect data using a variety of methods, write up reports, and assist with publicizing HARC’s services. Because HARC is a small team, this researcher may also have other duties as assigned, such as grant-writing, public speaking, data analysis, etc. Projects will likely include research and evaluation work in subjects such as: • Population health • Homelessness prevention and intervention • Immigrant rights • Chronic health issues (e.g., liver/kidney transplant patients, cancer patients) • Youth programs • Senior programs • Safety trainings • Mental and behavioral health • Patient satisfaction in clinic settings Primary Responsibilities: • Collect data for research and evaluation studies utilizing best practices in the field, including but not limited to programming and disseminating online surveys, literature reviews, data entry, conducting interviews and focus groups • Analyze basic data (qualitative and descriptive quantitative statistics) • Write research and evaluation reports that accurately summarize findings and are understandable for a lay audience, including narrative, tables, charts, and other data visualization tools as appropriate • Participate in networking events such as community forums, collaboratives, meetings to represent HARC and to seek out opportunities for new HARC projects-for-hire • Help publicize HARC’s work via traditional media, social media, and one-on-one networking • Actively seek out potential research and/or evaluation clients for HARC, such as available Requests for Proposals (RFPs), grants, and other opportunities for expansion of HARC’s client-base • Help market HARC’s research and evaluation services Schedule • Work is typically performed between of 8:30 am and 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday • Flextime/flexplace is allowed and encouraged to support work-life balance • Occasional weekend, early morning, or evening work may be required (approximately once or twice per month)   Working Conditions: • Shared office environment (open cubicle design) • Frequent (avg. 1 time/week) travel to meet with clients and partners throughout Southern California (primarily Inland Empire) • Part-time work-from-home arrangements are possible • Noise level is moderate (e.g., computers, printers, phone conversations, etc.) Compensation • Hourly pay ranges from $15 to $20/hour, depending on education and experience, hours will be 20 per week • Reimbursement for health insurance, dental insurance, and life insurance, up to $400 per month (begins after the successful completion of the 3-month probation period) • Cell phone allotment of $50/month • 401K plan available • Mileage reimbursement • 11 paid holidays per year • 9 days of paid time off (PTO) per year (PTO benefits begin on the first day of employment and are accrued monthly), increases with tenure Other Important Factors • We hope (but cannot promise) that this position will become full-time within a year. • All positions at HARC begin with a three-month probation period. During this period, the new researcher will have regular meetings with the Director of Research to discuss performance and progress. Should performance not be deemed sufficient, employment will be terminated during the probation period....
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Sep 13 2017

Logistics & Warehouse Associate

Inland Empire United Way - Rancho Cucamonga

Inland Empire United Way is a leading nonprofit organization devoted to strengthening the Inland Empire by investing in the lives and futures of those in need. By operating several direct service programs and collaborating with a network of strong community partners, IEUW seeks to build brighter futures for youth and families in the areas of education, health, and financial stability. IEUW seeks talented, motivated team members who are passionate about improving our community and who are looking to be part of a dynamic team working to make EPIC changes in the Inland Empire. Program Description Inland Empire United Way’s Community Programs Department develops, implements and manages programs meeting IEUW’s community impact goals in the areas of education, health and financial stability as well as increasing the capacity of local nonprofits through volunteerism. This work is accomplished through United Way-managed programs provided in partnership with local companies, schools, community organizations and volunteers as well as through an annual competitive grant-making process to local community partners. Programs include IEUW’s School Tools, Kids Pack, Launch Point, and ieVolunteers. Position Overview The Logistics and Warehouse Associate picks up and delivers IEUW program supplies. This position also assists in maintaining the warehouse, product inventory, and provides general support to help facilitate IEUW-managed programs. This part-time, non-exempt position for fewer than 30 hours per week reports to the Director of Community Programs. Essential Functions 80% • Pick-up or receive, load, deliver, and unload program supplies and donations • Assist in making freight arrangements for large and/or long distance donations • Assist in the distribution of surplus product to community partners • Work with community volunteers on warehouse/inventory projects • Coordinate vehicle maintenance and usage • Ensure that facilities are clean, organized, and safe for program operations • Complete approved community-building tasks that are necessary to further the mission of the department and the overall organization • Successfully maintain performance parameters and improve skills through various means Secondary Functions 20% • Assist with general IEUW facility maintenance • Aid in establishing and ensuring the continuation of positive and effective relations with program partners • Maintain required paperwork in an updated, organized and properly filed manner • Other duties as assigned ...
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Sep 11 2017

Housing Counselor/HECM Certified

Inland Mediation Board - Ontario

Adherence to the National Standards for Homeownership Education and Counseling, including its Code of Ethics Attend trainings, online and/or some travel Data entry and reporting Confidentiality with client information collected In-person client interactions Client call logs Appointment setting File development Disclosure discussions Intake processing Data element capture Action plans, including budget analysis All options available to client Timely data input into the client file Timely data input into HCO system Follow up contact with lenders/servicers/outside agencies Collection of appropriate documentation ...
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Sep 05 2017

Program Specialist

Family Serivice Association - Moreno Valley

Program Specialist (Senior/Community Services) Salary: $10.50 - $15.00 per hour (Part Time) Essential Duties: 1) Under the Supervision of the Program Coordinator, maintains program compliance 2) Assists with coordination of center programming and activities 3) Maintain accurate records and program statistics 4) Coordinate with community resources 5) Coordinate and planning of special events including marketing/advertisement 6) Coordinate annual health fair and at minimum one additional large outreach event 7) Perform specific program duties 8) Oversees participant intake, resource and referral, documentation, reports 9) Assists with coordination of volunteer’s activities and assignment 10) Work cooperatively with the other FSA staff. Report to: Program Coordinator Equal Opportunity Employer / Drug Free Workplace ...
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Sep 05 2017

Specialist (Quality Assurance)

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

Specialist (FSA Quality Assurance) Temporary Salary: $18.00 - $24.00/ per hour (Non-Exempt) Essential Duties: Quality Assurance Duties: 1. Staff assigned Agency Action Committees. Assist Action Team Leads with Agendas, Minutes, Forms, Documentation, etc. 2. Perform Site visits to selected programs and sites utilizing structured site visit forms and review documents in programs and sites to assure quality. 3. Assist COO and Lead Programs Administrator in gathering data and analysis on outcomes from programs across FSA departments. 4. Assist with policy and procedure review and development at both the administration and departmental level. 5. Assist with the development of logic models and outcome strategies and the implementation of data collection for outcomes in selected FSA departments for QA purposes each year. 6. Assist with enhancement of the 90 day Agency Staff Training Curriculum development by taking developed curriculums and adding quizzes, interactive features, narration and other features now available utilizing FSA’s deployment of Office 365 and Office Mix. 7. Assist with staffing; set up and materials development of agency orientation and agency orientation refresher training to maintain everything needed to comply with COA orientation requirements. 8. Assist with development of tracking mechanisms; databases and procedures for tracking staff training, site disaster plans and evacuation drill coordination, and other procedural QA requirements. 9. Liaison between Administrative staff in various Admin departments (ETO administrator/data; Accounting special Projects Administrator/units targets; and Controller/billings) and Program/Department Staff in Clinic and Nutrition in order to assist in gathering and validation of data necessary to have good checks and balances of their various work. 10. Assist Lead FSA Administrator and COO in preparing Self-Study for COA and assembling documentation needed for peer reviewers. 11. Assist with the re-writing of agency policies and procedures where needed for preparation for COA re-accreditation. 12. Prepare and compile documents (policies and procedures, etc.) as needed for CQI steering committee and Board Program Committee review. 13. Assist with the gathering and compiling of evidence for any Accreditation Site Reviews. 14. Assist with the preparation of staff and sites for any Accreditation Site Reviews. 15. Assist with set up and preparation of committee meetings and task force meetings. 16. Assist with preparation of HOPE Board committee and Board meetings including but not limited to creation of agendas, handouts, reminders, and minutes. 17. Supervise the Administrative Office front reception staff. 18. Other tasks as needed and directed by the COO. Report to: Chief Operating Officer Equal Opportunity Employer / Drug Free Workplace ...
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Aug 30 2017

Deputy Director

NHSIE - San Bernardino

Position Summary: This position reports to and partners closely with the Executive Director to achieve the organization’s mission and vision. The Deputy Director leads organizational effectiveness by managing operational functions of finance, accounting, contracts, human resources, IT, and marketing and supervises staff and contractors in these areas. Ensures smooth operations between the external accounting firm and NHSIE. This position also supervises lines of business leads and provides oversight of their business goals, alignment of goals to support mission and performance toward goals. The Deputy Director shares the responsibility with the Executive Director for profitability and loss, including proactive cash flow management. Assists with the development and implementation of a comprehensive funds development program with current grant programs/funders along with foundations and new sources, as determined. Manages and assists with developing resources for general operating, salary and property related funds. Oversees compliance so that we remain in good standing with all funder/government/partner requirements. Tracks and reports all general operating and salary related resources. The incumbent demonstrates a passion for the mission of the organization, dedication to the customers we serve and enables excellent client and partner relations. Assists with general marketing and visibility of the organization build and maintains key customer relationships and support the Executive Director in identifying business opportunities. The Deputy Director focuses on the continual process and operations improvements, oversees daily operations, planning, quality control, and develops and monitors the use of resources. Creates Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), develops tracking and reporting processes and tools and develops information flows. He/she will manage the HR lifecycle - from resource planning to recruiting, onboarding, performance management, and professional development. He selected candidate will actively engage direct reports to develop business goals, track progress toward goals, and increase their effectiveness and efficiency of leaders. Essential Job Functions: Operations Management: • Optimizes operational systems, processes and policies, management reporting, information flow, business process improvement and organizational planning. • Fosters improved collection and use of client and industry data for strategic business decisions and storytelling. • Supports creation of financial reports and projects budgets as required. • Improves coordination and communications across the organization to increase effectiveness and efficiency. • Conducts resource planning, employee and contractor background checks, payroll management, performance management, professional development. • Serves as a liaison to legal counsel in addressing legal issues, contract review, and governing instruments and final owner of resource management and deliverables. • Participates in risk assessment analysis for all new lines of business and for the continuation of existing lines of business. • Ensures that interdepartmental requests are communicated and resolved in a timely manner to internal and external parties. • Ensures that projects are delivered on time and on or under budget. Strategic Planning: • Contributes to short and long-term strategic planning and the identification of potential new markets and lines of business and funding opportunities. • Assists with responding to grant proposals, with a particular focus on state and federal proposals. • Works with individual business leads to establish business goals and tracks individual performance in support of goals. Funding Source Management and Compliance: • Serves as a link between the organization and NeighborWorks and NCLR affiliates and manages networking relationships with funders and other partners. • Prepares accurate and timely submission of reports and surveys as required by funding sources. • Initiates on and offsite audits and grant end reporting. • Monitors compliance of all staff, board and organizational requirements with organizational such as HUD, NeighborWorks America, and CDFI. • Oversees timely invoicing to all funding sources. • Directs staff on agency compliance with all contracts and relationships. • Oversees the negotiation, compliance and administration of contracts with vendors. Outreach and Stakeholder Management: • Oversees corporate communications and branding strategies to ensure consistency and quality. • Supports Board and committee meetings as required. ...
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