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Jul 07 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 ...
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Jul 07 2017

Director of Philanthropy

Voices for Children - San Diego

ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW Voices for Children (VFC) was founded in 1980 as a grassroots organization that was one of the earliest adopters of the “CASA” model of volunteer court advocacy; it has since grown to become the third largest Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) programs in the United States, and is responsible for the CASA programs in San Diego and Riverside Counties. The overall FY2017-2018 fundraising goal is $6.8 million for both San Diego and Riverside Counties. Of that, the Riverside County fundraising goal is approximately $700,000. Voices for Children transforms the lives of abused, neglected, or abandoned children in the foster care system by providing them with trained volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs). For more information, visit www.speakupnow.org. Currently, in San Diego County, there are 4,500 children in the foster care system over the course of one year; in Riverside County, 5,000 children are in the foster care system. VFC serves 3,150 San Diego County foster children with advocacy and reviews case files for all children in care. The CASA program in Riverside County was launched in 2015 and is in its early stages of development. In FY2016-2017, a total of 265 children will be served with CASA volunteers, but the strategic plan calls for the program’s growth to at least 750 children served within a few years. The Riverside County program currently has a staff of 8, led by Jessica Muñoz, Esq., the Riverside County Program Director who reports to the VFC President/CEO. As additional philanthropic contributions are received, the program will grow to serve more children. OVERVIEW OF THE POSITION The Director of Philanthropy will (1) be responsible for planning and implementing a comprehensive fundraising program designed to provide diverse support to the Voices for Children’s Riverside County CASA Program from individuals, corporations, and foundations, working with the VFC San Diego-based development and marketing team; (2) serve as a senior member of the Riverside County team; (3) be a highly-motivated, confident, skilled individual focused on building meaningful relationships with donors and donor prospects; (4) connect individuals, corporations, and foundations with giving opportunities at Voices for Children’s Riverside County CASA Program; (5) be a creative, enthusiastic, and outgoing development professional who enjoys interacting with donors and volunteers as well as stakeholders and community leaders, with ability to manage difficult or complex situations and/or people with tact, confidence, and diplomacy; (6) will have excellent writing and computer skills required. Proficient in all Microsoft Office programs, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and experience in using donor database systems, ideally Raiser’s Edge; (7) possess effective oral communication and public speaking skills; (8) will have strong organization skills and be precise in work habits and work output; and (9) be a self-starter who can operate independently as well as with a team and can operate in a changing environment, following timelines and meeting deadlines. The successful candidate must have the ability to attend morning, evening, and weekend donor functions as needed to support donor relationship-building efforts, be willing to travel through Riverside County, and be willing to work from home. This individual will work on all aspects of the donor development cycle, including identification, cultivation, solicitation, acknowledgment, and stewardship. The Director of Philanthropy should be prepared to handle all management, personnel, donor, and other internal agency matters confidentially and with the strictest security when the need arises, whether the items are labeled confidential or not. This employee must work as a full member of the Voices for Children team. ...
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Jun 23 2017

Operations and Finance Manager, Inland Empire

GRID Alternatives - Riverside

ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION GRID Alternatives is the country’s largest nonprofit solar installer. GRID is an entrepreneurial, high-growth non-profit organization that provides renewable energy and energy efficiency services to low-income families. Through its flagship Solar Affordable Housing Program, GRID trains and leads teams of volunteers and job trainees to install solar electric systems for low-income families and affordable housing providers, providing long-term savings for the people who need them the most. In turn, low-income families are able to use their long-term savings to pay for basic expenses, and expand their economic opportunity by employing the skills and training they gained through GRID’s workforce development programs, in the growing field of solar installation. GRID’s vision is a successful transition to clean, renewable energy that includes everyone. Description: The GRID Alternatives Inland Empire affiliate office is looking for a full time Operations and Finance Manager to manage organization operations and oversee the revenue centers of the office. Organizational operations include staff management, business and legal requirements, process development and implementation, and contracting and invoicing development and management. The revenue centers include our financial portfolio and offerings, business development, fundraising, government and utility partnerships, and communications. The Operations and Finance Manager should be detail and goal-oriented, thriving on process development and implementation. This position is a great opportunity for a leader looking for the “next step” in their career to make a difference in the community in a rapidly growing nonprofit organization. Job Duties include, but are not limited to: Core responsibilities, under the direction of the Regional Director, include: Manage human resources including our onboarding process, professional development, certifications, accountability tracking, protocol development and implementation supported by the Executive Assistant & Office Manager. Manage the necessary requirements of operating a solar installation company across the region, including insurance, licenses, legal documents, and contracts and MOUs. Track and report key performance indicators across all departments, make adjustments when necessary under the guidance of the Regional Director. Develop and manage structured processes to ensure departments are up-to-date on both data entry and implementation through our Salesforce dashboards and Jive postings, monitor and support other organizational databases to meet and exceed our goals, and support and report other process elements such as manuals, protocols, and policies that will drive a successful Inland Empire office. Track and report to the Executive Director our revenue streams through Salesforce and other supporting financial documents including tracking project funding records and assignments and coordinating with the Development Team on fundraising goals, status, and expected progress. Oversee and support invoicing across all departments. Manage, under the direction of the Executive Director, the annual budget, quarterly reforecasts, and analyzing goals to actuals monthly; support the development and tracking of organizational, project, and department budgets. Develop, review, and manage contracts, MOUs, project budgets, and other legal, financial, operational documents, as needed Manage assigned Departments, which may include Development and Marketing & Communications. Office Location/travel: The GRID Alternatives Inland Empire office is located in Riverside serving San Bernardino, Riverside and Inyo Counties. This position requires some travel to sites throughout the office territory and occasional out-of-town travel such as organization wide yearly staff summit regularly held on California. Availability to work nights and weekends maybe required. GRID Alternatives may provide vehicles for work travel and/or travel reimbursement for personal vehicle use, but applicant must hold a valid driver’s license and good driving record. Compensation: This is a full-time, exempt position. Compensation based on experience Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision/Eye care insurance, generous 5 weeks paid time off, up to 10 paid holidays (2017), Commuter Checks, 403B retirement plan, Employee Assistance program, Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Health Savings Account (HSA), STD&LTD, Employee Assistance Program, and yearly Professional Development funds to further education up to $600 and a healthy work life balance....
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Jun 21 2017

Teacher

Family Service Association - Grand Terrace, CA

Job Description Child Care Teacher Child Development Title 22 Programs Salary: $10.50 Hourly – Non Exempt Job Summary: Under general supervision, organizes lesson plans and teaches children; monitors child safety in the classroom, school site areas, and off-site events; tracks student development and completes additional tasks to promote early childhood education; and performs other related duties as assigned. Distinguishing Characteristics: Positions in this class are responsible for age appropriate curriculum development and lesson planning and provide instruction to infant through sixth grade children in a child care setting. Essential Job 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. Organizes and plans daily classroom activities in a manner that is consistent with childhood education programs and that will adhere with State licensing requirements. 2. Ensures all classroom activities are developmentally appropriate; participates in curriculum development and creates individual lesson plans; observes each child’s learning and skill development and records progress. 3. Supervises children in the classroom, playground areas, and at off-site events; demonstrates proper standards of behavior and uses a positive approach while working with children. 4. Promotes an environment of acceptance that supports and respects gender, culture, language, ethnicity, and family composition. 5. Greets parents who are dropping off or picking up children; establishes and maintains rapport with parents and family members. 6. Answers questions and addresses concerns related to child conduct, and parent and staff interactions, as necessary. 7. Maintains a clean, safe, and attractive learning environment; assists with daily set-ups of children’s activities, including meals or snacks, and clean-up duties. 8. Follows appropriate safety precautions and procedures, administers routine first aid to children as needed. 9. Administers medication and medical procedures in accordance with specific guidelines and instructions. 10. May provide care for infants, such as changing diapers or soiled clothing; sets up cribs and prepares infants for naps; notifies parents when diapers and wipe supplies are low. 11. May perform work as a substitute teacher and fill in assignments as needed. 12. Tracks and maintains knowledge of student-leader ratios at all times. Report to: Assistant Director/Director Minimum Qualifications: • Basic concepts used in early childhood education program policies, practices and philosophy; • Child Development Curriculum development and implementation; • Classroom procedures and expected standards of conduct; • 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; supervisory principles and practices; • Basic 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 student behavior; • Model acceptable social behaviors; • Develop and maintain effective relationships with children; • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; • Interact with children and adults in an effective manner; • Implement learning activities for children. • Maintain a healthy, safe and orderly environment; • Understand and follow oral and written instructions. ...
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Jun 15 2017

Program Manager-Clinic

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

Program Manager (Clinic) Salary: $ 20.00 – $23.00 per hour (Non-Exempt) Essential Duties: 1. Day to day program operations. Problem solves program issues and keeps Program/Center Director informed of key issues/concerns. 2. Insures that program remains within contract/funding source guidelines/requirements. 3. Provides program staff supervision as delegated by Program/Center Director 4. Assists Program/Center director with oversight of program statistics and billing processes 5. Assists Program/Center director with management of program/department services such that contracted services are maximized without going over the contracted unit amounts. 6. Participates in community outreach, networking and community meetings as assigned. 7. Assists Program/Center Director with Continuous Quality Improvement Processes as assigned 8. Oversight of Volunteer participation in assigned programs under the guidance of the Program/Center Director 9. Assists Program/Center Director with new and innovative program ideas and fundraising activities. If Community Center based – assists with the arrangement full use of center through cooperative program and complementary relations with community resources. 10. Demonstrates support and involvement in Agency Team Building, strategic planning and other activities as assigned. 11. Punctual and Regular Attendance. 12. Other activities as assigned Report to: Director ...
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Jun 15 2017

Clinic Director

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

Clinic Director (Operations/Programs) Salary: $66,000 - $78,000 (Salaried Exempt) Essential Duties: 1. Overall management and supervision of assigned clinical operations (i.e. Quality Assurance, Programs, Projects, etc.) 2. Program development, implementation, monitoring and quality assurance. 3. Involvement in all Clinical Services related COA/CQI requirements including but not limited to: client satisfaction, outcome studies, incident reporting, client and staff complaints/grievances, and case reviews processes. 4. Understanding of Fiscal systems (budget, contracts, pricing) development and monitoring. 5. Involvement of clinical services statistics and monitoring and management of units of service production in order to fully maximize the utilization of all contracts. 6. Community outreach, presentations, representations and liaisons (key committees, organizations, etc.) 7. Staff supervision, team building, training, and clinical supervision and support. 8. Provision of Direct Service Hours (300 DSH Quota). 9. Facilitating team processes conducive to support agency culture. 10. Staff support to Board of Directors, as needed. 11. Cross-department creative program responses and innovative problem solving. 12. This position is required to work two late evenings until clinic closing (responsible for site coverage those two evenings), some Saturdays, and for emergency case situations. 13. Twenty-four hour telephone crisis consultation availability 14. Punctual and Regular Attendance 15. Other duties as assigned and necessary. Report to: Clinic Administrator ...
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Jun 09 2017

Outreach Manager for Solar Nonprofit GRID Alternatives

GRID Alternatives - Riverside

ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION GRID Alternatives is the country’s largest nonprofit solar installer. GRID is an entrepreneurial, high-growth non-profit organization that provides renewable energy and energy efficiency services to low-income families. Through its flagship Solar Affordable Housing Program, GRID trains and leads teams of volunteers and job trainees to install solar electric systems for low-income families and affordable housing providers, providing long-term savings for the people who need them the most. In turn, low-income families are able to use their long-term savings to pay for basic expenses, and expand their economic opportunity by employing the skills and training they gained through GRID’s workforce development programs, in the growing field of solar installation. GRID’s vision is a successful transition to clean, renewable energy that includes everyone. Description: GRID Alternatives Inland Empire is looking for an innovative, tech-savvy Outreach Manager to lead our outreach and marketing efforts and spread solar power to underserved and low-income communities in the Inland Empire. The candidate must be an independent thinker, an excellent people manager, confident in problem-solving, and have superior communication and interpersonal skills. Above all else, the candidate must be committed to GRID Alternatives’ mission of serving low-income communities while creating a successful transition to clean, renewable energy that includes everyone. We are seeking an experienced community and/or political organizer, or a community- and partnership-minded sales/marketing professional to lead efforts to deliver no-cost solar to low-income families in the Inland Empire. Job Duties include, but are not limited to: Develop and implement an innovative team outreach and marketing strategy that attracts new clients to GRID’s programs. Lead and oversee outreach to low-income homeowners and affordable housing residents who have the opportunity to benefit from no-cost solar power and energy efficiency upgrades. Manage a team of 7+ Outreach team members, setting team and individual goals, providing supervision, guidance, and training for outreach staff through meetings, check-ins, and evaluations. Lead efforts - alongside the Regional Director, Community Developer, Marketing & Communications Manager, and marketing and outreach staff - to create and maintain relationships with local government agencies, community-based organizations, affordable housing developers, and others who can assist in promoting GRID’s program and/or provide additional funding for our projects. Work collaboratively with Regional Director and all GRID Inland Empire and HQ departments to meet monthly and yearly goals for clients served and installations as well as annual budgets and funding-specific goals in a timely manner. Continually work to explore new strategies to attract and engage better with clients as well as to improve and streamline internal systems and processes. Develop and manage Outreach department annual budget and quarterly reforecasts and analyze goals to actuals monthly. Monitor and manage all Outreach department activities and progress through a Salesforce CRM database. Help guide the GRID Inland Empire operations and vision as part of the regional management team. Office Location/travel: GRID Alternatives Inland Empire office is located in Riverside, CA. This position requires some travel to sites throughout the Inland Empire and occasional out-of-town travel. Availability to work nights and weekends maybe required. GRID Alternatives may provide vehicles for work travel and/or travel reimbursement for personal vehicle use, but applicant must hold a valid driver’s license and good driving record. Compensation: This is a full-time, exempt position. Compensation based on experience. Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision/Eye care insurance, generous 5 week paid time off, up to 10 paid holidays (2017), 403B retirement plan, ​Employee Assistance program, FSA, HSA, STD&LTD, yearly development funds to further education and a healthy work like balance. GRID Alternatives provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age , disability or genetics. Women and people of color are encouraged to apply. ...
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May 31 2017

Classroom Assistant-Multiple Sites

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

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: $10.50 - $12.00 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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May 31 2017

Office Manager

Family Service Association - Cabazon, CA92230

Office Manager Child Development (2) positions are open Hemet/Cabazon Job Summary: To assist assigned local office personnel with the organization and flow of site office and to ensure that all tasks are completed with minimum assistance. Salary: $14.00 – $18.00 per hour Essential Job Duties: 1. Process Eligibility a) Provide prospective clients with eligibility information and resources. b) Collect enrollment information. c) Assist clients eligible for programs with State, FSA and Licensing documents to finalize enrollment. d) Distribute and explain re-certifications and termination letters to parents. e) Report deficiencies and trends with clients within assigned sites. f) Collect and document all contact information and submit documents to CDC Administrative office. 2. Maintain Attendance and Enrollment a) Review all attendance cards prior to submission. b) Report deficiencies and trends with attendance sheets. c) Recruitment of new clients through effective marketing, advertising, and other forms of contact. d) Review and report corrections regarding collected documentation and/or logs irregularities. e) Correctly complete an enrollment packet with qualified client f) Input client information into Centralized Data Program Support (Center Track). g) Monitor and Analyze data to ensure compliance as stated by State, FSA and Licensing Regulations. 3. Maintain Financial Systems a) Review and prepare monthly billing of parent fees. b) Prepare and deliver payments, donations, and contributions made with backers, deposit slip, receipts, and copies to FSA CDC Admin office. c) Prepare check requests. 4. Computer Data a) Maintain class list, licensing roster, unique needs binder, daily attendance, and generate meal grid. b) Correctly input new and changed data into Center Track system. 5. Clerical Support Services a) Assist clerical staff and volunteers. b) Phone, typing, and filing activities. Obtain, sort, and process mail. c) Take, transcribe, and distribute compiled data and forms for meeting as needed. d) Provide support to CDC program staff. e) Greet employees and public when they come into office. f) Request supplies to CDC Admin office for approval. g) Schedule and prepare for meetings and special events. 6. Duties / Responsibilities a) Monitor building visitors, visitor sign-in procedures and building activities including crisis situations such as building evacuations, lockdowns, emergency situations and safety procedures. May initiate crisis procedures in the administrator’s absence with direction from appropriate officials. b) Critical thinking and problem solving skills. c) Time Management, organizational and prioritization skills. d) Ability to maintain confidentiality in all aspects of the job. e) Ability to manage multiple priorities. f) Ability to diffuse and manage volatile and stressful situations g) Timely Regular Attendance. ...
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May 31 2017

Clinic Manager

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

Clinic Manager I (Pre-licensed) Salary: $47,476 - $55,000 per annum (Salaried Exempt) Essential Job Duties: 1. Leadership in coordinating program operations for assigned programs (scheduling, statistical compilation and training staff in program requirements, liaison with & generating narrative reports to funding source). 2. Assists the Clinic Director with staff orientation, training, scheduling, including providing In-service training to student trainees/staff as assigned. 3. Monitoring and facilitating case assignment, review and conference activities. 4. Provision of direct services including diagnostic (intake), crisis intervention, and on-going client treatment. 5. Establishing and directing community/agency relationships to further community/organizing/development goals of FSA as assigned by Clinic Director. 6. Coordinate aspects of new program start-up expansion and on-going operational needs. 7. Organizing and conducting community presentations/representation as needed. 8. Assist the supervisory team with management of other department programs as needed. 9. Contribute to development of department policies, procedures, proposals and grants. 10. Availability to work two late evenings until clinic closing (responsible for site coverage those two evenings), some Saturdays, and for emergency case situations. 11. Twenty-four hour telephone crisis availability. 12. Administrative supervision of staff as assigned by Clinic Director. 13. Other duties as assigned and necessary. Report to: Clinic Director ...
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