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Apr 13 2018

Office Assistant II/ Part time

Family Service Association - Site May vary

Office Assistant II (Clinic) Part time (30) thirty hours per week Floater, Site may vary Salary: $11.00 – $12.00 per hour (Non-Exempt)plus health benefits Essential Duties: 1. Maintain files and records. 2. Handle a variety of routine clerical tasks and paperwork. 3. Type correspondence. 4. Obtain and sort incoming mail. 5. Process outgoing mail. 6. Answer phones, direct calls and take messages. 7. Prepare check requests. 8. Run copy and fax machines as needed. 9. Order and maintain office supplies. 10. Timely Regular Attendance 11. Other duties as assigned. Report to: Business Operations Manager Minimum Qualifications:  High School Diploma or Equivalent  Bilingual in Spanish  2 Evenings required  Computer literate (Word, Excel); type 40 wpm  Pass clerical test administered by HR  Reception skills  General clerical (filing and statistical)  Able to work with a diverse environment  TB Test Clearance  Drug Test Clearance  Background Fingerprint Clearance  The ability to read and write English and to communicate at the level required for successful job performance ...
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Apr 13 2018

Case Manager (Temporary)

Family Service Association - Fontana

Case Manager-Temporary (Clinic) Salary: $14.00 - $18.00 per hour (Differential in pay for bilingual) Essential Duties: 1. Direct service treatment, including diagnostic (intakes), crisis intervention, application of concrete services, and on-going treatment to individual, family and group members. 2. Caseload management: information/referral advocacy. 3. Community outreach, presentations, workshops, 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 Individual Service Plans and other case planning activities. 6. Participation and presentation at case review/disposition, case consultation and staff meetings. 7. Assisting in program start-up activities and subsequent (on-going) statistical and recording activities. 8. Twenty-four hour availability for telephone crisis. 9. Provide services throughout Riverside County, as needed. 10. Compilation of statistics, report preparation and funding/contract source relations. 11. Train and supervise community workers and volunteer assignments and schedules. 12. Orient student therapists to program and train on provision of services in community-based environment. 13. Recruit volunteers. 14. Punctual and Regular Attendance 15. Other duties as assigned and necessary Report to: Clinic Manager ...
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Apr 04 2018

Classroom Assistant-Child Development

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

Do you enjoy working with children? Many of our Child Development sites throughout Riverside County are hiring Classroom Assistants from the age of infant to preschool. Job Description Classroom Assistant - Infant and Toddler Job Summary: The Classroom Assistant assists the Lead Teacher, Associate Teacher and Director/Site Supervisor, assumes responsibility for general supervision, development and education of all children Salary: (with permit) $11.50-$13.00 per hour (Non-Exempt) (without permit) $11.00 - $13.00 per hour (Non-Exempt) Essential Duties: 1. Provides supervision of all children both indoors and outdoors to maintain program quality and compliance with Title 22 (Children must be visually supervised at all times). 2. Assists in planning, preparing and implementing the daily curriculum as assigned by the Lead Teacher to meet the needs of the children in the classroom and the objectives of the Center. 3. Assists in Desired Results process by maintain anecdotal notes for assigned children. 4. Maintain an environment that is clean, sanitary and free of safety hazards. Ensure electrical outlets are covered, unsafe materials are locked away from children’s access toys and equipment is not left in walkways thereby posing tripping hazards. 5. Assists in implementing a Developmentally Appropriate daily schedule as assigned. 6. Assists in planning and preparing activities for the outdoor environment. 7. Provide assistance to children in their daily routines such as diapering and/or toilet training NAEYC appropriate hand washing, rest time and meal time which requires bending and lifting children up to 40 pounds. 8. Assists Lead Teacher in documenting children’s attendance/absences and meals, including counts of children and meals served and eaten in assigned classroom keeping accurate documentation for inclusion in audits and reports. For all children up to 12 months must keep current Individual Infant Meal Records. 9. Assists Lead Teacher to ensure that daily arrival and departure times are well organized. All children and parents are greeted warmly, hands are washed upon arrival, health checks are conducted and recorded, all children are supervised at all times, and children are actively engaged during the transition time. 10. Assists in organizing children’s developmental progress with objective anecdotal records, photographs and work samples as directed by the Lead Teacher for inclusion in the child’s portfolio assessment. 11. Support children in their problem solving skills providing them with age appropriate language and techniques, including redirection and/or conflict resolution. Facilitate and scaffold children’s social interactions. 12. Assists in the openings and/or closing routines including preparation for the current day or next day’s program activities. 13. Create an atmosphere that supports confidentiality of family and children’s information with staff and the economy. 14. Attend in-service training and staff meetings. 15. Timely Regular Attendance. 16. Other duties as assigned and necessary. Report to: Lead Teacher and/or Center Director/Site Supervisor ...
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Mar 14 2018

Development Director

Steven's Hope for Children - Upland

Position Summary: The Development Director will report to the Executive Director/President and maintain responsibility for all fundraising activities for Steven’s Hope. Current activities include the capital campaign to purchase permanent housing for Steven’s Hope which is focused on securing major gifts and multi-year pledges. The Development Director will also work on the annual operating fundraising for the organization including the annual fund and events. Specifically, the Development Director will oversee the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of all donors, and guide and support internal leadership and campaign volunteers. Primary Duties and Responsibilities: • Develop and implement a comprehensive development plan for the organization, including plans for annual giving, foundation and corporate support, and individual major and planned gifts. • Establish and drive performance metrics. • Oversee the comprehensive calendar of activities in support of development. • Work with the Executive Director/President, staff, board, volunteers, and others within the organization to identify, cultivate, and solicit prospects. • Support the Executive Director/President, other staff and key volunteers in their fundraising work. • Provide guidance and direction to board and volunteer fundraising committees. • Work closely with other organization’s supporters to identify prospects and existing donors with capacity and attachment. • Create appropriate recognition for donors of all sizes. • Ensure proper stewardship practices for the timely and accurate recording and acknowledgement of all gifts • Maintain ongoing and active networking with internal and external constituencies. • Represent the organization in the community as appropriate. ...
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