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Nov 15 2017

Data Analysis Specialist

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley, CA

Data Analysis Specialist Salary: $18.00 - $23.00 Essential Duties: 1. Use statistical methods to analyze data and generate useful business reports to promote the mission of Family Service Association including, but not limited to, agency impact and annual reports, program specific data reports, and demographic report publications in the communities served. 2. Responsible for devising, gathering, compiling and reporting on all agency statistics including provision of required survey amounts per year and per quarter to each department based on previous year’s client statistics. 3. Process and report out regularly to Agency Action teams on all client satisfaction surveys, trends, incidents and other demographic and statistical information as requested. 4. Process and perform required follow up communication with departments after COO review of all incident reports, complaint reports and responses and training as needed 5. Coordinate the integration of administrative process such as statistics, client satisfaction and incidents and complaints with applicable programmatic and management systems. 6. Utilizing information obtained from operations, programs management, senior management and executive staff members prepare reports and other required documentation as needed at program, department or agency level. 7. Provide to management and funding sources demographic analysis of the locations and clients served by FSA programs and services to focus on increasing program service delivery and funding. 8. Work with management team to create a prioritized list of needs for each department based on analysis of clients served and those that could be served 9. Use data to create models and depict trends in the client base and the service region as a whole. 10. Punctual and Regular Attendance. 11. Other tasks as needed and directed. Report to: Director of IT ...
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Nov 08 2017

Clinic Manager I

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

Program Site Supervisor Job Summary: Provides supervision and administrative support to teaching staff and children, provides ongoing communication with public and private agencies, and support to families. Salary: $20.00 - 23.00 (Full Time) Essential Duties: • Ensures that all duties and responsibilities of the Lead Teacher is met in the absence of any Lead Teacher • Administrative: • Responsible for scheduling staff in accordance with licensing requirements and site needs. • Manage all aspects of employee relations for all teaching staff in the center, i.e. participates in pre-screening potential employee, conducts orientation for all new employees, and recommend terminations. • Responsible for maintaining enrollment at full capacity. • Reviews performance of staff, substitutes, student teachers, and volunteers. • Supervise, evaluate, counsel, and discipline all employees with regard to personal and professional conduct and performance. • Responsible for meeting all licensing regulations, agency policies and procedures and Title 5. • Responsible for accurate update of records including but not limited to: enrollment, meal applications, bank deposits, attendance cards, Center Track, incident reports, staff supervision, meal counts, daily log records for infant and toddlers, curriculum, child observations/portfolios, and parent participation. • Conducts monthly parent and staff meetings, and formalized in-service trainings according to staff development plan. • Conducts quarterly Parent Advisory Council meeting. • Monitor and manage staff attendance, vacation time, TimeRack, etc., for efficient program operation. • Maintains confidentiality of children, families and employees. • Monitor facility service contractor (Ex: air conditioning, lawn care, building renovations, upkeep, etc.) • Responsible for recertification of the DRDP accuracy and implementation. • Health and Safety • Provides a pleasant, safe, and clean environment for children and staff that is conducive for learning and job satisfaction/development for staff. • Assures that maintenance is completed in a timely fashion. • Assures that fire and earthquake drills are conducted monthly. • Maintains monthly health and safety checklist. • Direct Service • Over-see the implementation of developmentally appropriate curriculum and activities for children. • Using a team approach, over-see the implementation of individual goals and objectives that are set for each child through their IEP or of developmental assessment. • Work with Lead Teachers and Clinic staff to observe, document, meet with families, and make referrals to appropriate services. • Greets children, parents, staff and guests. • Meets the individual needs and interests of children in relation to their cultural, social and economic background. • Provides quality services to children and their families in accordance with NAEYC standards. • Ensure compliance with all standards, agency philosophy, and Title V and Title 22 regulations. • Work in classroom as needed. • Financial • Collect all childcare and other incidental fees and verify accuracy of all deliveries. • Operate the program within the confines of the budget and make recommendations in conjunction with budget planning processes. • Submit any request for petty cash expenditures in original receipts for reimbursement. • Maintain inventory records of supplies and equipment. • Conduct parent and staff based fund raising efforts. • Agency Promotion • Work as a member of the agency team by promoting the mission and philosophy of FSA. • Participates in activities that furthers own professional growth. • Provides accurate information. Gives tours of sites and classrooms. • Maintains and encourages professional, positive, constructive communication with children, families, and staff. • Develops and maintains positive communication with public and private agencies (including school districts, regional centers landlords, etc.) • Represents the Agency at community functions as needed. • Assists other centers when requested. • All other duties as assigned by Program Specialists, Program Administrator or Chief Operating Officer. Core Competencies: • Skilled at social emotional relationships with staff, families, children and the community. • Proficient at promoting the mission and philosophy of the agency. • Ability to work effectively with a diverse group of people. • Provides excellent customer service to all staff, clients, and contacts of agency. • Advocates on behalf of all children, families, and staff agency. • Fundraises and seeks opportunities to optimize and increase agency resources. • Maintains confidentiality of children, families and staff. • Participates in activities that further professional growth of self and staff. • Strong oral, written communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively with people from a wide range of backgrounds. • Strong computer skills. • All other duties as assigned by the Supervisor and/ or Program Administrator and Chief Operating Officer. ...
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Nov 08 2017

Site Supervisor

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

Program Site Supervisor Job Summary: Provides supervision and administrative support to teaching staff and children, provides ongoing communication with public and private agencies, and support to families. Salary: $20.00 - 23.00 (Full Time) Essential Duties: • Ensures that all duties and responsibilities of the Lead Teacher is met in the absence of any Lead Teacher • Administrative: • Responsible for scheduling staff in accordance with licensing requirements and site needs. • Manage all aspects of employee relations for all teaching staff in the center, i.e. participates in pre-screening potential employee, conducts orientation for all new employees, and recommend terminations. • Responsible for maintaining enrollment at full capacity. • Reviews performance of staff, substitutes, student teachers, and volunteers. • Supervise, evaluate, counsel, and discipline all employees with regard to personal and professional conduct and performance. • Responsible for meeting all licensing regulations, agency policies and procedures and Title 5. • Responsible for accurate update of records including but not limited to: enrollment, meal applications, bank deposits, attendance cards, Center Track, incident reports, staff supervision, meal counts, daily log records for infant and toddlers, curriculum, child observations/portfolios, and parent participation. • Conducts monthly parent and staff meetings, and formalized in-service trainings according to staff development plan. • Conducts quarterly Parent Advisory Council meeting. • Monitor and manage staff attendance, vacation time, TimeRack, etc., for efficient program operation. • Maintains confidentiality of children, families and employees. • Monitor facility service contractor (Ex: air conditioning, lawn care, building renovations, upkeep, etc.) • Responsible for recertification of the DRDP accuracy and implementation. • Health and Safety • Provides a pleasant, safe, and clean environment for children and staff that is conducive for learning and job satisfaction/development for staff. • Assures that maintenance is completed in a timely fashion. • Assures that fire and earthquake drills are conducted monthly. • Maintains monthly health and safety checklist. • Direct Service • Over-see the implementation of developmentally appropriate curriculum and activities for children. • Using a team approach, over-see the implementation of individual goals and objectives that are set for each child through their IEP or of developmental assessment. • Work with Lead Teachers and Clinic staff to observe, document, meet with families, and make referrals to appropriate services. • Greets children, parents, staff and guests. • Meets the individual needs and interests of children in relation to their cultural, social and economic background. • Provides quality services to children and their families in accordance with NAEYC standards. • Ensure compliance with all standards, agency philosophy, and Title V and Title 22 regulations. • Work in classroom as needed. • Financial • Collect all childcare and other incidental fees and verify accuracy of all deliveries. • Operate the program within the confines of the budget and make recommendations in conjunction with budget planning processes. • Submit any request for petty cash expenditures in original receipts for reimbursement. • Maintain inventory records of supplies and equipment. • Conduct parent and staff based fund raising efforts. • Agency Promotion • Work as a member of the agency team by promoting the mission and philosophy of FSA. • Participates in activities that furthers own professional growth. • Provides accurate information. Gives tours of sites and classrooms. • Maintains and encourages professional, positive, constructive communication with children, families, and staff. • Develops and maintains positive communication with public and private agencies (including school districts, regional centers landlords, etc.) • Represents the Agency at community functions as needed. • Assists other centers when requested. • All other duties as assigned by Program Specialists, Program Administrator or Chief Operating Officer. Core Competencies: • Skilled at social emotional relationships with staff, families, children and the community. • Proficient at promoting the mission and philosophy of the agency. • Ability to work effectively with a diverse group of people. • Provides excellent customer service to all staff, clients, and contacts of agency. • Advocates on behalf of all children, families, and staff agency. • Fundraises and seeks opportunities to optimize and increase agency resources. • Maintains confidentiality of children, families and staff. • Participates in activities that further professional growth of self and staff. • Strong oral, written communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively with people from a wide range of backgrounds. • Strong computer skills. • All other duties as assigned by the Supervisor and/ or Program Administrator and Chief Operating Officer. ...
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Nov 08 2017

Office Assistant II

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

Office Assistant II (Clinic) Salary: $10.50 – $12.00 per hour (Non-Exempt) 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: Office Manager ...
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Nov 06 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 Equal Opportunity Employer / Drug Free Workplace ...
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Nov 06 2017

Contract Specialist

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

Contract Specialist Salary: $18.00 - $24.00/ per hour (Non-Exempt) Summary: Under general supervision, plans, coordinates, and evaluates agency contract and grants for programs that depend on funding for their essential operation. Manages contracts for professional services, consultant services, or program funding to ensure compliance. Review related policies and procedures for overall management of contracts/grant performance. Develop and maintain contract/grant management system for tracking and compliance. Essential Duties: 1. Act as the primary liaison with funding agencies and internal staff (program, fiscal and operations) on contracts issues. 2. Develop and maintain agency master contracts and filing data base system to ensure accurate, well organized and easily retrievable information. 3. Review contract renewals for contract language and requirement changes or modifications and notify all involved FSA staff of the changes prior to signing agreement/contract. 4. Process, coordinate review of, and manage timely submissions of signed contracts and amendments to funding agencies. 5. Research and analyze contract terms and provide feedback to executive management and agency administrators as requested. 6. Assist administrators and programs staff in startup policies and procedures development and start up activities for newly awarded contracts and programs. 7. Work with internal staff to develop templates for standardized MOUs, leases, and operational agreements. 8. Monitor program grants and contracts to ensure compliance with governing and agency requirements. 9. Oversee internal and external compliance audits and ensure results are shared with key personnel as appropriate. 10. Establish methods and monitoring process to enhance the agency’s ability to proactively manage and mitigate relevant compliance risk areas. 11. Contribute to the organization culture of the department with a positive attitude and professional demeanor. 12. Perform Continuous Quality Improvement reviews of assigned areas of responsibility to ensure tasks are performed in the most efficient and accurate manner. 13. Punctual and Regular Attendance 14. Other duties as assigned. Reports to: Accounting Equal Opportunity Employer / Drug Free Workplace ...
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Nov 02 2017

Health Educator

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

Job Announcement 21250 Box Springs Road Moreno Valley, CA 92557 Ph 951-275-5055 Fax 951-275-0025 Health Educator Salary: $15.00 - $20.00 per hour (Non-Exempt) Duties: 1. Health screening 2. Coordinating health resources for seniors, adolescents, pediatrics, and adults. 3. Perform basic audio testing and eye examinations. 4. Check blood pressures 5. Check glucose levels (non fasting), and cholesterol. 6. Identify specific topics for health education workshops. 7. Development and implementation of curriculum. 8. Assist with tracking of evaluation of health education programs. 9. Attend consortium or community based groups pertaining to community education. 10. Network with resource base in Western Riverside County to further support the health education program. 11. Punctual and Regular Attendance 12. All other duties as assigned. Report to: Director ...
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Oct 17 2017

Outreach Navigator

Path of Life Ministries - Riverside

Outreach is a fast-paced and very hands-on job requiring high-levels of nuanced people skills 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. The Outreach Navigator will identify and build rapport with homeless individuals and families living on the street or in vehicles. Navigators will assist clients in breaking the cycle of homelessness by moving from the street to interim housing, accessing necessary social services, and rapidly obtaining permanent housing. Navigators will provide individualized client support throughout this entire journey 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 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 Street Outreach Navigator will take full responsibility for their clients’ success with support from the Housing Director and Navigators. Outreach Navigators will also assist with meeting the emergency, transportation, and general support needs of housing and shelter program clients as needed. Responsibilities: -Supportive Services- Coordinate intake and individualized needs assessment for all clients and work with clients to develop Individualized Service Plans (ISP) that address barriers to obtain services/housing and/or perform a warm hand-off to in-house case manager. -Perform outreach services, contacting homeless persons in all places where they congregate in the geographic areas covered under our contracts. -Provide supportive services in a non-judgmental manner. -Drive the outreach van and transport clients to appropriate services. -Crisis intervention for homeless in the community. -Monitor and evaluate client’s progression through their Individual Service Plan (ISP), and develop modifications to the plan as necessary with the case manager. -Provide information, referrals, linkages, and advocacy to assist clients in accessing services and resources. Assist clients with procuring necessary documents and services such as identification card, birth certificate, social security income, disability income with aid from the case managers. -Identify appropriate permanent housing options for clients such as subsidized housing, Section 8, Shelter Plus Care, and VASH, as well permanent supportive housing, affordable and market rate housing, and other housing opportunities with support of the Housing Director. -Assist clients with housing applications, complete supportive and subsidized housing paperwork, survey rental market for affordable housing, and advocate for clients with prospective landlords with support of the Housing Director and Navigators. -Maintain client related data tracking systems, including case notes and complete HMIS entries with support of Director of Homeless Services. -Prepare case-related reports including outcomes, successes and challenges. -Generate client data for monthly reports. -Respond to community requests for street outreach intervention. -Mediate disputes between homeless persons and community members/neighborhood stakeholders. -Attend collaborative meetings. -Actively participate in staff meetings and training. -Network with other agencies, coalitions, and local community meetings. -Other duties as assigned...
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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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