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West End San Bernardino/Pomona Valley

Oct 12 2018

HOUSING ASSESSMENT OUTREACH COORDINATOR - PT

Inland Empire United Way - Rancho Cucamonga

Inland Empire United Way is a leading nonprofit organization devoted to strengthening the Inland Empire by investing in the lives and futures of those in need. By operating several direct service programs and collaborating with a network of strong community partners, IEUW seeks to build brighter futures for youth and families in the areas of education, health, and financial stability. IEUW seeks talented, motivated team members who are passionate about improving our community and who are looking to be part of a dynamic team working to make EPIC changes in the Inland Empire. Program Description Inland Empire United Way’s 211 San Bernardino County provides easy access to accurate and comprehensive resource information & referrals for the residents of San Bernardino County, provides public information support during disaster, and answers several specialized lines such as Child Abuse Reporting, Reentry, Heart Disease Resources, and after hours calls for other agencies. It is the trusted source of verified health and social service information, designed to assist people in overcoming barriers. 211 has been awarded funding to manage a countywide Coordinated Entry System (CES). Position Overview: The Housing Assessment Outreach Coordinator, under the guidance of the Housing Coordination Supervisor, will focus on the coordination of clients into housing programs. The Coordinator will work directly with individuals who are homeless or facing homelessness, either in person or by phone as necessary, to conduct assessments; and will work closely with existing outreach agencies and activities in the community to facilitate the search for and placement of those experiencing homelessness into available housing programs. The Coordinator will provide Intake and coordination services through the use of such programs as the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) and the Coordination Entry System (CES), and to connect ESG-eligible individuals meeting the “homeless” and “at risk of homeless” definitions to homeless services and providers; if housing is not immediately available, will work to identify and secure interim shelter. This part-time non-exempt position is funded through October 2019 and carries the possibility that it may not be renewed if further funding is not obtained. No contract is implied; this position is “at-will” and employment may be terminated at any time by the employee or the employer. The availability of grant funds does not guarantee continued employment. Essential Functions: - 85% • Develop and execute client-centered strategies to assist people who are experiencing homelessness or a housing crisis in person and/or over the phone • Assess eligible persons with prescreening tools such as iCarol and VI-SPDAT, either in person or over the phone • Match individuals experiencing homelessness to available programs through direct referrals when possible or provide mainstream resources by utilizing diversion tools • Provide clients with preliminary assistance by becoming “document ready” or satisfying immediate needs such as food, clothing, hygiene and other basic items; identify other community resources and provide referrals to housing, medical and mental health services • Provide in-person assistance, including escorts and facilitating smooth transition ("warm handoffs") to other service and housing providers • Advocate with other agencies for individuals to receive necessary services and housing • Respond to calls from stakeholders and partners involving concerns about homeless persons in need of assistance • Conduct client follow-up • Attend case conferences, community meetings, and/or any housing meetings as assigned by Supervisor • Mentor Interns, volunteers, community workers or other personnel assigned to the Coordinated Entry department • Record clients information in various systems including, but not limited to, iCarol, HMIS, and Excel spreadsheets • Process referrals to housing partners following determination of eligibility and availability of housing, focusing on hardest to serve/most vulnerable populations • Maintain performance parameters and learn through various means to gain appropriate knowledge of housing programs and services Secondary functions – 15% • Reports and feedback • Other duties as assigned ...
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Oct 12 2018

HOUSING ASSESSMENT OUTREACH COORDINATOR - FT

Inland Empire United Way - Rancho Cucamonga

Inland Empire United Way is a leading nonprofit organization devoted to strengthening the Inland Empire by investing in the lives and futures of those in need. By operating several direct service programs and collaborating with a network of strong community partners, IEUW seeks to build brighter futures for youth and families in the areas of education, health, and financial stability. IEUW seeks talented, motivated team members who are passionate about improving our community and who are looking to be part of a dynamic team working to make EPIC changes in the Inland Empire. Program Description Inland Empire United Way’s 211 San Bernardino County provides easy access to accurate and comprehensive resource information & referrals for the residents of San Bernardino County, provides public information support during disaster, and answers several specialized lines such as Child Abuse Reporting, Reentry, Heart Disease Resources, and after hours calls for other agencies. It is the trusted source of verified health and social service information, designed to assist people in overcoming barriers. 211 has been awarded funding to manage a countywide Coordinated Entry System (CES). Position Overview The Housing Assessment Outreach Coordinator, under the guidance of the Housing Coordination Supervisor, will focus on the coordination of clients into housing programs. The Coordinator will work directly with individuals who are homeless or facing homelessness, either in person or by phone as necessary, to conduct assessments; and will work closely with existing outreach agencies and activities in the community to facilitate the search for and placement of those experiencing homelessness into available housing programs. The Coordinator will provide Intake and coordination services through the use of such programs as the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) and the Coordination Entry System (CES), and to connect ESG-eligible individuals meeting the “homeless” and “at risk of homeless” definitions to homeless services and providers; if housing is not immediately available, will work to identify and secure interim shelter. This full-time non-exempt position is funded through October 2019 and carries the possibility that it may not be renewed if further funding is not obtained. No contract is implied; this position is “at-will” and employment may be terminated at any time by the employee or the employer. The availability of grant funds does not guarantee continued employment. Essential Functions: - 85% • Develop and execute client-centered strategies to assist people who are experiencing homelessness or a housing crisis in person and/or over the phone • Assess eligible persons with prescreening tools such as iCarol and VI-SPDAT, either in person or over the phone • Match individuals experiencing homelessness to available programs through direct referrals when possible or provide mainstream resources by utilizing diversion tools • Provide clients with preliminary assistance by becoming “document ready” or satisfying immediate needs such as food, clothing, hygiene and other basic items; identify other community resources and provide referrals to housing, medical and mental health services • Provide in-person assistance, including escorts and facilitating smooth transition ("warm handoffs") to other service and housing providers • Advocate with other agencies for individuals to receive necessary services and housing • Respond to calls from stakeholders and partners involving concerns about homeless persons in need of assistance • Conduct client follow-up • Attend case conferences, community meetings, and/or any housing meetings as assigned by Supervisor • Mentor Interns, volunteers, community workers or other personnel assigned to the Coordinated Entry department • Record clients information in various systems including, but not limited to, iCarol, HMIS, and Excel spreadsheets • Process referrals to housing partners following determination of eligibility and availability of housing, focusing on hardest to serve/most vulnerable populations • Maintain performance parameters and learn through various means to gain appropriate knowledge of housing programs and services Secondary functions – 15% • Reports and feedback • Other duties as assigned ...
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Oct 03 2018

Director II

Family Service Association - Riverside, CA 92503

Child Development Director I and II Salary: $50,000 - $60,000 Director II per annum (Exempt) DEFINITION: Provides supervision and administrative support to teaching staff and children, provides ongoing communication with public and private agencies, and support to families. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: A. Ensures that all duties and responsibilities of the Lead Teacher is met in the absence of any Lead Teacher B. Administrative: 1. Responsible for scheduling staff in accordance with licensing requirements and site needs. 2. Mange all aspects of employee relations for all teaching staff in the center, i.e. participates in pre-screening of potential employee, conducts orientation for all new employees, and recommends terminations. 3. Responsible for maintaining enrollment at full capacity. 4. Reviews performance of staff, substitutes, student teachers, and volunteers that is conducive for learning and job satisfaction/development for staff. 5. Supervise, evaluate, counsel, and discipline all employees with regard to personal and professional conduct and performance. 6. Responsible for meeting all licensing regulations, agency policies and procedures and Title 5. 7. Responsible for review and oversight for accuracy of records including but not limited to: enrollment, meal applications, bank deposits, attendance cards, Center Track (web based enrollment management system), incident reports, staff supervision, meal counts, daily log records for infant and toddlers, curriculum, child observations/portfolios, and parent participation. 8. Conducts monthly parent and staff meetings, and formalized in-service trainings according to staff development plan. 9. Conducts quarterly Parent Advisory Council meeting. 10. Monitor and manage staff schedule, attendance, vacation time, TimeRack (web based employee timekeeping system), etc., for efficient program operation. 11. Maintains confidentiality of children, families and employees. 12. Monitor facility service contractors (Ex: air conditioning, lawn care, building renovations, upkeep, etc.) 13. Responsible for verification of the DRDP Tech accuracy and implementation. 14. Keeps inventory orders and purchases site supplies as needed 15. Participate in Monthly Operations Meetings C. Health and Safety 1. Provides a pleasant, safe, and clean environment for children and staff that are conducive for learning and job satisfaction/development for staff. 2. Assures that facility maintenance is completed in a timely fashion. 3. Assures that fire and earthquake drills are conducted monthly. 4. Maintains monthly health and safety checklist. D. Direct Service 1. Over-sees the implementation of developmentally appropriate curriculum and activities for children according to Agency Standards and the Annual Self-Assessment. 2. Using a team approach over-sees the implementation of individual goals and objectives that are set for each child through their IEP or developmental assessment. 3. Work with Lead Teachers and FSA Clinic staff to observe, document, meet with families, and make referrals to appropriate services. 4. Greets children, parents, staff and guests. 5. Meets the individual needs and interests of children in relation to their cultural, social and economic background. 6. Provides quality services to children and their families in accordance with NAEYC standards. 7. Ensure compliance with all standards, agency philosophy, and Title V and Title 22 regulations. 8. Work in classroom as needed. E. Financial 1. Collect all childcare and other incidental fees. 2. Verify accuracy of all deliveries. 3. Operate the program within the confines of the budget and make recommendations in conjunction with budget planning processes. 4. Submit any request for petty cash expenditures with original receipts for reimbursement. 5. Maintain inventory records of supplies and equipment. Report any transferring, removal, discarding of any inventory item to CDC Administration. 6. Conduct parent and FSA staff based fund raising efforts. F. Agency Promotion 1. Work as a member of the agency team by promoting the mission and philosophy of FSA. 2. Participates in activities that furthers own professional growth. 3. Provides accurate program information. Gives tours of site and classrooms. 4. Maintains and encourages professional, positive, constructive communication with children, families, and staff. 5. Develops and maintains positive communication with public and private agencies (including school districts, regional centers landlords, etc.) 6. Represents the Agency at community functions as needed. 7. Assists other centers when requested. 8. All other duties as assigned by Program Specialists, Child Development Program Administrator or Child Development 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 ...
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Sep 28 2018

CAL FRESH OUTREACH ENROLLMENT COORDINATOR

Inland Empire United Way - Rancho Cucamonga

Inland Empire United Way is a leading nonprofit organization devoted to strengthening the Inland Empire by investing in the lives and futures of those in need. By operating several direct service programs and collaborating with a network of strong community partners, IEUW seeks to build brighter futures for youth and families in the areas of education, health, and financial stability. IEUW seeks talented, motivated team members who are passionate about improving our community and who are looking to be part of a dynamic team working to make EPIC changes in the Inland Empire. Program Description Inland Empire United Way’s 211 San Bernardino County provides easy access to accurate and comprehensive resource information & referrals for the residents of San Bernardino County, provides public information support during disaster, and answers several specialized lines such as Child Abuse Reporting, Reentry, and after hours calls for other agencies. It is the trusted source of verified health and social service information, designed to assist people in overcoming barriers. 211 has been awarded funding to manage a countywide Coordinated Entry System (CES). Position Overview: The Cal Fresh Outreach Coordinator, under the purview of the 211 Operations Manager, will focus on outreach and the coordination of clients enrolling into Cal Fresh. He or she will work with many different target populations who are facing food insecurities to ensure they are knowledgeable, eligible and enrolled in Cal Fresh, either in person or over the phone. This includes coordinating closely with existing outreach activities in the community to identify where there is a high need but lack of enrollment. He/she will develop and implement new outreach strategies to overcome barriers in the community. This position will also have in-office days, answering, assessing and enrolling 211 callers. This full-time non-exempt position is funded for 3 years and carries the possibility that it may not be renewed if further funding is not obtained. No contract is implied; this position is “at-will” and employment may be terminated at any time by the employee or the employer. The availability of grant funds does not guarantee continued employment. Essential Functions: o Outreach Coordination – 65% • Develop and execute client-centered strategies to assist people who are experiencing food insecurities in person and over the phone • Identify “hot spots” where there is a lack of enrollment in San Bernardino County • Perform outreach in identified “hot spot” areas • Assess individuals who have been prescreened in iCarol and C4 Yourself tools in person or over the phone • Develop relationships with external partners and coordinate outreach events and/or efforts in the community • Perform outreach with Coordinated Entry staff to serve the homeless • Assist with training staff on the Cal Fresh Program and the submission of applications • Develop a strategy and relationship to assist with Cal Fresh for partner counties • Identify other community resources and providing referrals to services • Conduct client follow-up • Deliver presentations to community organizations about 211 and its services • Attend the appropriate meetings and collaboratives • Assist with the creation of reports • Assist with other enrollment programs as required • Successfully maintain performance parameters and learning through various means to maintain appropriate knowledge of programs and services o Other – 35% • Answer 211 calls • Other duties as assigned ...
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