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Jobs - Eastern San Bernardino Valley/Mountains

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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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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May 31 2017

Maintenance Worker I

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

Maintenance Worker I Salary: $10.50 - $12.00 per hour Essential Duties: 1. Responsible for oversight of the center’s maintenance and janitorial needs. 2. Inform management of overall building upkeep and repair needs. 3. Perform general and minor building repairs, as needed. 4. Work with other maintenance staff to accomplish cleanliness and maintenance of the center. 5. Assist center office in maintaining records of repair and preventative maintenance work. 6. Maintain storage and inventory of maintenance supplies and equipment. 7. Performance janitorial duties as necessary. 8. Assist with supply ordering, monitoring and distribution. 9. Open and close facility, set up and take down chairs for scheduled activities. 10. Oversee grounds as well as facility. 11. Perform groundskeeper duties, as necessary. 12. Ability to work independently as needed. 13. Timely Regular Attendance. 14. Other duties as assigned. ...
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May 03 2017

AmeriCorps Volunteer Infrastructure Project (VIP) Fellow

Inland Empire United Way - Rancho Cucamonga

Position Summary VIP Fellows will increase the number of high-value (skilled and corporate) volunteers providing services to nonprofit and educational organizations that serve children, youth and families. The VIP Fellow will build capacity within the Partner Site volunteer program to provide support, skills and resources that volunteers need to be successful. VIP Fellows work as part of a team to coordinate volunteer programs, and to coach and support a cadre of high-value volunteers. Your primary role as a VIP Fellow is developing your site’s volunteer program and bringing resources of highly-skilled volunteers to the children and families served by the program. You will spend time in the community, building partnerships and forging lasting relationships. The position is a valuable opportunity to develop and apply your leadership and community organizing skills to make a lasting difference in the lives of children, youth, their families, and the local community. As a VIP Fellow, you will gain exposure to the nonprofit sector and will be able to expand your career skills while giving back in a meaningful way. Inland Empire United Way is looking to recruit 13 AmeriCorps Fellows for the Volunteer Infrastructure Project (VIP) to be placed in the Inland Empire, serving in communities such as Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana, San Bernardino, and Redlands. Work Environment Duties take place at multiple locales throughout the Inland Empire with training seminars in designated locations. Position requires occasional travel. Must be able to work indoors and outdoors, as well as some night and weekend hours. Schedule Requirements • Full-time 11-month commitment with a minimum of 1700 hours that will include evenings and weekends, and occasional travel, beginning in September 2017 • Must maintain regular and acceptable attendance as determined by the AmeriCorps program and Partner Site Essential Functions • Develop and implement a volunteer program that engages high-value volunteers, particularly specialized/skilled volunteers and volunteers who take on leadership roles in the organization • Develop business partnerships that provide support for the Partner Site • Recruit and train community members as volunteers to support the infrastructure of programs based on the Partner Site’s goals and needs • Track volunteer program and infrastructure development at the Partner Site • Serve side-by-side with volunteers to provide guidance, better understand the clients’ needs, and improve the volunteer experience • Participate in program-required trainings and development opportunities, including orientation, regular meetings with your local VIP team, two regional trainings (travel and overnight stay may be required), and online trainings • Resource cultivation (e.g., grant solicitation, sponsorship support, etc.) to support your site’s volunteer program • Participate in three National Days of Service supporting the community Secondary Duties • Positively represent VIP and Inland Empire United Way in a variety of settings, including recruitment opportunities, staff meetings, trainings and service events • Assist with other program and community building activities at the Partner Site Benefits • Annual stipend of $15,000 • Education award of $5,815 (subject to change) • Extensive professional development • Possible educational loan deferment • Health insurance • Childcare assistance (if eligible) ...
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May 03 2017

Mental Health Clinician

Walden Family Services - San Bernardino

Job Description: Walden Family Services, an established Foster/Adoption agency, is looking for a part time licensed Mental Health Clinician for our San Bernardino Mental Health program. This individual will provide direct clinical services for foster children and families. The clinician will assist the child/youth and family stabilize and achieve goals that will lead to enduring change. We are looking currently for a licensed clinician that is available for either part time work, or contract work, and available immediately to start. ...
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