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Jobs – Coachella Valley/Palm Desert

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....

Aug 29 2017

Office Manager-Child Development

Family Service Association - Cabazon, CA

Office Manager – Enrollment/Eligibility Child Development Summary Under general supervision the Office Manager -Enrollment/Eligibility will determine family eligibility and assist parents who seek to access child care programs and services funded by the California Department of Education for General Childcare and State Preschool. All duties and responsibilities are performed in accordance with Title 5 of the Education Code, agency policies, and department standards. Salary: $14.00 - $18.00 per hour Essential Duties: 1. Determine eligibility, process enrollment and complete initial certification of families qualified for subsidized childcare within designated timeframes, as required. 2. Accurately enter family data into Center Track system. 3. Schedule and conduct timely initial interviews to facilitate parents’ enrollment or continuation in the program. 4. Authorize family for childcare services per agency policies and timelines. 5. Maintain regular follow-up of all open items. 6. Coordinate and resolve all routine and non-routine problems by interfacing with internal resources. 7. Perform data entry functions for initial enrollment changes and updates. 8. Collect and enter child attendance weekly, verifying with approved schedule. 9. Complete all month end data entry, reviews, and reconciliations, reviewing for accuracy prior to submission to administration. 10. Maintain and update list of all enrolled children 11. Maintain and update waiting lists. 12. Promote full enrollment, and participate in recruitment of children as directed. 13. Other duties as assigned. Report to: Site Director and Eligibility Specialist Equal Opportunity Employer / Drug Free Workplace ...