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West End San Bernardino/Pomona Valley

Nov 17 2017

Instructor/Senior Companion for Day Programs

Anthesis (formerly PVW) - Montclair

Anthesis is looking for candidates like you who want to make an impact, make a difference and leave a legacy in their local communities! The following is an overview of the responsibilities and qualities that will be required of the candidate filling the position (please keep in mind that what is listed is a summary of responsibilities and not comprehensive). Summary: Under the direction of the Director of Day Programs and the Program Manager, the Instructor/Senior Companion instructs adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in activities designed to promote vocational, social, physical, and intellectual growth by performing required duties. The ideal candidates for this position are individuals who are empathetic and patient, but are also able to take charge and be stern in certain circumstances and/or situations. The position requires an individual who is not only caring and patient but also someone who is proficient at multi-tasking with the ability and willingness to address hygiene, toileting, mobility, and life skills in general. Interacting with consumers at all times in an ethical and caring manner is a priority in this role. The Instructor/Senior Companion must be professional, responsible and able to handle a variety of critical situations, including emergencies and be capable of adapting to rapidly changing situations. This role may, at times, require handling the distribution of money and medication and the ability to chart activities daily. Ability to drive company vehicles is a must. Must be available Monday through Friday either 7am-3pm or 8:30am-4:30pm. Anthesis is seeking individuals that are willing to challenge themselves, grow professionally and personally, and who are ready to take on a rewarding role with an organization that truly cares about its staff and consumers! Please apply today! ...
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Nov 15 2017

Production Manager for Work Activity Program

Anthesis (formerly PVW) - Montclair

Anthesis, formerly known as PVW, is a nonprofit organization located in the city of Montclair, CA and is currently seeking to fill a Production Manager position for our Work Activity Program. Anthesis works with adults that have intellectual and/or developmental disabilities and the Production Manger will carry out Anthesis' goal and mission of assisting adults with intellectual disabilities live and work to their fullest potential. The goal of our Production Manager, along with our WAP and SEP programs, is to prepare and equip adults with intellectual disabilities with the proper tools and training they need to successfully integrate into the community. Anthesis is looking for candidates like you who want to make an impact, make a difference and leave a legacy in their local communities! Below is an overview of the responsibilities that will be required of the candidate filling the position (please keep in mind that what is listed is a summary of responsibilities and not comprehensive). Summary: Together with the Director of Employment Services and Work Services Manager, the Production Manager is responsible for directing and coordinating activities within the Production division of the WAP department. The Production Manager is specifically focused on staff/client scheduling, customer services, quality assurance, safety standards on the production floor and for production equipment utilization. Production responsibilities will include: ensuring that scheduled work is completed in an efficient and timely manner while adhering to safety and quality standards, adhering to work orders and production reviews and operating reports and may need to resolve operation, manufacturing and maintenance problems to ensure highest productivity, developing schedules/assignments of each job to appropriate staff and/or consumers participating in program including monitoring and follow ups. Anthesis Production Manager will also need to ensure that all staff and consumers are properly trained on their specific jobs/tasks and safety and that safety practices are being upheld and adhered to at all times to minimize injuries and liability risks. In this role, the employee will be required to perform supervisory/management functions which may include: assisting with recruiting and selection of subordinate staff within the department and performance appraisals, merit reviews and disciplinary action of said subordinates, training subordinate staff on all proper handling and safety procedures, meeting regulary with consumers (program participants) on a variety of issues and concerns and addressing said issues. At times, the Production Manager will also be required to develop and implement procedures for maximum productivity on the floor and/or improve on established procedures. The overall goal of the Production Manager at Anthesis will be to ensure proper training in all areas regarding safety and production equipment handling to all subordinate staff and consumers participating in WAP programs and to develop, improve and implement effective production strategies in order to accurately monitor and record productivity rates and issues. Working for Anthesis as a Production Manager is an exciting, challenging yet fulfilling role. If you are ready to take on a position that will change your life, further your career goals and make a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities, please do not hesitate to apply today! ...
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Nov 15 2017

Program Admin Assistant for Adult Development Center

Anthesis (formerly PVW) - Montclair

Anthesis, formerly known as PVW, is a nonprofit organization located in the city of Montclair, CA is currently seeking to fill a Program Assistant position for our Adult Development Center. The Program Assistant will carry out Anthesis' goal and mission of assisting adults with intellectual disabilities live and work to their fullest potential. Anthesis focus is to fully integrate these adults into their surrounding communities in order that they may be self-sufficient and well-rounded. Anthesis is looking for candidates like you who want to make an impact, make a difference and leave a legacy in their local communities! Below is an overview of the responsibilities that will be required of the candidate filling the position (please keep in mind that what is listed is a summary of responsibilities and not comprehensive). Summary: Under the direction of the Director of Day Programs and Program Manager, the Program Assistant will serves as a receptionist and assistant to the Program Manager and Program Specialists on projects and program evaluation and provide clerical support for the ADC staff. The Program Assistant will serve as an intake coordinator for new enrollments in the ADC and will be required to fill out and complete face sheet and emergency paperwork and complete new enrollment packets. The position will also be responsible for handling, filing and safeguarding important, sensitive and confidential information regarding ADC participants and as such, the ideal candidate will have a discreet but caring demeanor. At times, the Program Assistant may be required to fill in for Program Specialists in their absence to support the Program Manager. The position will also be responsible for communicating with outside agencies such as the IRC (Inland Regional Center) and SGPRC (San Gabriel Valley/Pomona Regional Center) via monthly newsletters to update them on how Anthesis is meeting its goals for the program. As previously mentioned, the position will be focused on providing clerical support for ADC staff through receptionist duties including filing, creating new consumer enrollment packets, purging older files, creating memos and newsletters, answering telephones, etc. The overall goal of the Program Assistant is to ensure that the ADC program is running efficiently by supporting specialists, management and directors within the program and ensuring that the participants are given the tools needed to successfully integrate into their community. Working for Anthesis, especially in our ADC department, is a challenging but highly fulfilling career choice and if you are looking to work for an organization that treats everyone like family and you want to make a difference in the lives of adults with intellectual disabilities, apply for this position today!...
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Oct 26 2017

211 Community Resource Advisor – Part-Time

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 Initiative provides timely, effective access to accurate and comprehensive information and referrals for the residents of San Bernardino County, provides public information support in times of disaster and answers several specialized lines for assistance in such areas as CalFresh, child abuse reporting, reentry and after hours calls for other agencies. 211 San Bernardino County is the trusted source of verified health and social service information, designed to assist people in overcoming barriers. Position Overview The Community Resource Advisor will respond to callers, collect information, enter data, perform caller assessment, provide information and referrals and conduct follow-up calls. This part-time, non-exempt, grant-funded position carries with it the possibility that it may not be renewed if further funding is not obtained. The availability of grant funds does not guarantee continued employment. No contract is implied; this position is “at-will” and employment may be terminated at any time by the employee or the employer. This position reports to the 211 Operations Manager. Essential Functions 80% • Assist the callers by answering incoming calls efficiently according to established standards • Collect caller data and enter data accurately into database • Provide awareness of transportation options to include needs and eligibility • Assess needs of callers and refer callers to appropriate resources • Conduct follow-up surveys with callers • Successfully maintain performance parameters and learn through various means to maintain appropriate knowledge of transportation programs and services Secondary Functions 20% • General clerical duties, which may include letter writing, faxing, copying, message handling, reports, office inventory, filing, data input and maintenance of marketing materials • Maintain records of community interests and requests, aid in research and data input, participate in outreach events and assist with grant maintenance • Other duties as assigned ...
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Oct 26 2017

211 Veterans Specialist – Part Time

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 Initiative provides timely, effective access to accurate and comprehensive information and referrals for the residents of San Bernardino County, provides public information support in times of disaster and answers several specialized lines for assistance in such areas as CalFresh, child abuse reporting, reentry and after hours calls for other agencies. 211 San Bernardino County is the trusted source of verified health and social service information, designed to assist people in overcoming barriers. Position Overview The 211 Veterans Specialist focuses on the veteran community. This position will respond to callers, collect information, enter data, perform caller assessment, provide information and referrals and conduct follow-up calls. This part-time, non-exempt, grant-funded position carries with it the possibility that it may not be renewed if further funding is not obtained. The availability of grant funds does not guarantee continued employment. No contract is implied; this position is “at-will” and employment may be terminated at any time by the employee or the employer. This position reports to the 211 Operations Manager. Essential Functions 90% • Build partnerships that will assist with information flow, resource availability and system improvement efforts pertaining to veterans • Attend conferences, training sessions and other events as necessary to promote ongoing development and to broaden awareness of issues and resources related to the target population • Represent 211 San Bernardino County at public and private events as needed, particularly as they pertain to veterans • Research and prepare presentations as requested by supervisors to better inform beneficiaries of services • Answer incoming calls efficiently and according to established standards, ensuring appropriate data is collected and entered accurately and appropriately into database • Assess needs of callers and determine necessary resources to best satisfy those needs • Refer callers to appropriate resources and assist them in navigating systems to ensure they are able to make connections to needed services • Conduct follow-up surveys by facilitating ongoing evaluations of the quality and delivery of services provided to the target population • Provide ongoing support and technical assistance to callers as well as 211 team members regarding accessing community resources specific to veterans • When necessary and appropriate, identify veteran organizations that could be added to the 211 database in order to increase the availability of resources for veterans and help facilitate the registration of these agencies into the 211 system • Successfully maintain performance parameters and improve skills through various means • Develop and maintain knowledge of program guidelines and contact requirements necessary for performance of responsibilities • Secondary Functions 10% • General clerical duties, which may include letter writing, faxing, copying, message handling, reports, office inventory, filing, data input and maintenance of marketing materials • Maintain accurate and complete records of community interests and requests, aid in research and data input, participate in outreach events and assist with grant maintenance • Other duties as assigned ...
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Oct 12 2017

Director of Counseling Services, LCSW

House of Ruth - Pomona

FUNCTION: With direct accountability to the Program Director, the Director of Counseling Services will direct our counseling programs, including provision of clinical supervision and training to staff, trainees and interns. QUALIFICATIONS: Must hold an LCSW license for at least two years. Must have a minimum of two years providing supervision to counseling interns. Program management experience required. Must be knowledgeable in the field of domestic violence, child abuse and trauma. Must be able to work effectively in a non-traditional and/or crisis setting....
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Oct 12 2017

Program Manager

Anthesis (formerly PVW) - Montclair

Anthesis, formerly known as PVW, is a nonprofit organization located in the city of Montclair, CA and is currently seeking to fill a Program Manager position created with the intent of carrying out Anthesis' goal and mission of assisting adults with intellectual disabilities live and work to their fullest potential. Our focus is to fully integrate these adults into their surrounding communities in order that they may be self-sufficient and well-rounded. Anthesis is looking for candidates like you who want to make an impact in their local and global communities! The ideal candidate for Program Manager will have some familiarity working in a nonprofit organization and/or have experience working with adults that have developmental disabilities. We are looking for individuals that have a passion for reaching out and helping communities that are often marginalized by mainstream society. Anthesis enjoys working with people that are willing to learn, grow and thrive within our organization and help us to achieve our goal of community integration for our consumers as well as fulfill our mission to support independent and inclusive lives for adults with disabilities through employment and community integration. Some of the following essential responsibilities and duties for this position will include but not be limited to: • Works closely with and under the Program Director and at times may be assigned to act as a supervisor in program areas where management staff is absent in order to ensure that all policies and procedures are being implement and followed. • Serve as a liaison with the community, general public, consumers and their families in order to gain a better understanding of consumer needs and program management to obtain further community integration for our consumers. • Works with Program Director to create activity programs, plan outings and train/teach consumers within program on how to effectively manage their time, live, work and thrive within their communities and establish a sense of connection and purpose between the consumers and their surrounding communities. • Assists Program Director in the development and execution of agency program evaluation of goals, objectives and effectiveness of measurable progress regarding integration and consumer community involvement. • Record/case/time management: as a Program Manager, you will be responsible for keeping accurate and detailed case records of consumers in order to establish, track and evaluate consumer goals in regards to community integration and streamline the communication process for all parties involved including consumers themselves, their families, Anthesis staff, Board of Directors and community partnerships. • Assists in the preparation of program budget and cost statements for ADC/RASS departments. (Adult Development Center and Round About Senior Services) • Maintaining current and running record of unit and department meetings in order to effectively communicate information, when needed, to appropriate Anthesis staff members. • Serves as a Case Responsible Person, representing the ADC/RASS programs to Community Care Licensing and Regional Centers on behalf of Anthesis to inform them on program success rates. • Becomes familiar with and informed on Regional Center, DOR and DDS policies and regulations in order to implement and regulate those policies within the boundaries of Anthesis to help us succeed in achieving our goals and mission. • At all times, assures that consumer safety and dignity is of the utmost importance. Our consumers are typically not given the same opportunities in our surrounding communities as adults that do not have intellectual disabilities and because of this, the Program Manager will work to meet the goals and objectives set forth by regulatory agencies in order to assist consumers in becoming more integrated and live and work to their fullest potentials! The Program Manager will also require management and supervisory responsibilities. The ideal candidate will have experience working with adults with intellectual disabilities and have management experience in the human services field.Some of the supervisory responsibilities of this position will include but not be limited to: • Participating in recruitment and training of staff in Day Programs and to follow up and evaluate their performance to ensure that productivity is maximized and staffing in Day Programs is up to par with Anthesis goals and mission statement. • Provides staff development and conducts in-service training for department staff as needed to ensure that targets are being hit and goals are being implemented and met. • Working to ensure that staff is consistently delivering results and continues to focus on the mission to provide community integration for our consumers. • May be required to manage between 25-30 employees that are staffed in Anthesis Day programs and will be responsible for their direction, coordination and outcomes evaluation. ...
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Oct 06 2017

Community Coach

Anthesis (formerly PVW) - Montclair

Summary: Under the direction of the Outcomes Manager, the Community Coach supports adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in natural/community settings on a daily basis in activities designed to promote vocational, social, physical and intellectual growth, as well as assist each client in skill development for community integrated employment. Community Coaches are responsible for soliciting, following-up and securing job/volunteer leads for individuals and/or group placements, for analyzing data and implementing appropriate curriculum on a case-by-case basis and for providing job-site/volunteer site training and intervention for Anthesis clients as assigned in community employment/volunteer settings. The ideal Community Coach will have an organized and patient demeanor and be able to effectively communicate, plan and manage time as they will be responsible, together with the Outcomes Manager, for preparing/coordinating daily, weekly and/or monthly activities and/or job opportunity schedules for their clients. This position will require a high amount of discretion as the maintenance of client privacy will be of utmost importance as well as ensuring client safety at all times both on and off site. The Community Coach will be highly skilled in the areas of communication (written and oral), case analysis, and information tracking in order to accurately and effectively plan, measure and meet the needs of their clients. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS • Responsible to ensure all job duties are performed in-line with and in support of the mission of Anthesis. • Provide means of daily transportation to various locations and/or meet clients at various locations. • Responsible for training clients on the use of public transportation, including types of transportation available, schedules, fees, etc. • Sets a good example of work rules and directives of community employer/volunteer program, displaying to the clients, the proper techniques, habits, attitudes for work. • Responsible for the work performance/volunteer task of client workers assigned to contract. • In conjunction with the Outcomes Manager, prepares and coordinates the daily, weekly and/or monthly schedules of planned activities and/or work schedules with each client assigned to group, through written and/or oral instructions. • Acts as a liaison with the employer and/or volunteer director, providing supports, consultation on employment/volunteer related issues for success of long term employment/volunteerism. • Aids Outcomes Manager and Case Managers in developing and implementing Individual Habilitation Service Plans (IHSP)/Individual Service Plans (ISP) for each consumer. • Responsible for monthly meetings with clients in IECBS program to discuss safety, codes of ethics, rules of conduct, etc. • Responsible for the safety of all clients in personal care, including but not limited to, prompt reporting to the Outcomes Manager and/or Case Managers, of all injuries, serious events, safety related accidents, vehicle accidents, vehicle code violations, etc. SUPPORTIVE FUNCTIONS and OTHER DUTIES In addition to performance of the essential functions, this position may be required to perform a combination of the following supportive functions: • Ensures client rights are protected at all times and are respected by the community at large. • Responsible for maintaining confidentiality of client information carried throughout the day and kept in accordance with Anthesis’ confidentiality standards; • Will assess client’s skills and abilities and track progress on goals as a part of Outcomes data reporting. • Responsible for charting client’s progress for consumer folder; maintains accurate, individualized accounting of client’s attendance, working hours, volunteer hours, including documentation related to off-site billing for work performed; etc. • Determines needed materials, parts, tools, equipment, etc., in order to complete jobs/tasks and keeps clients supplied with such items; sets up proper workstations and materials for the day’s activities and controls the waste of material and time. • Responsible for intervention in behavior management problems in compliance with ISP’s and PCP’s. In conjunction with Outcomes Manager and Outcomes Coordinator, deals effectively with defiant behavior, morale issues, client workers’ and/or volunteers’ grievances or complaints, hygiene, grooming, etc. • Responsible for safe operation of personal and/or agency vehicle when used during scope of work; responsible for accurate documentation of transportation/mileage records accordingly; responsible for neat and clean environment in personal or agency vehicle when used during scope of work. • Responsible for complying with safety standards of Anthesis. • Attends required department staff meetings/in-service classes as required by Anthesis; assists in discussion of off-site activities. • Other duties as assigned. ...
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Oct 06 2017

Accounting Assistant

Anthesis (formerly PVW) - Montclair

Summary: Under the supervision of the Accounting Manager, the Accounting Assistant will be responsible for the various accounting subsystems such as Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll and numerous other tasks that aid the Accounting Manager. Duties and responsibilities may include but are not limited to: billing (service fees, private sector contract, cash receipts), cash handling, payroll assistance including accurately logging, tracking and filing staff time cards and issuing staff paychecks, assisting Director of Administration with monthly report preparation including financial statements; preparing, analyzing and interpreting bank reconciliation statements and analyzing/interpreting various other statistical and numerical reports, and performing various other accounting related functions. Other clerical/administrative duties may be assigned as needed. Current work schedule is Monday through Friday during the hours of 7:30am-4pm. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. 1. Is responsible to ensure all job duties are performed in-line with and in support of the mission of Anthesis. 2. Billing function—develop invoicing for: a) Programmatic fees for service. b) Private sector contract income. c) Apply cash receipts. 3. Cash Receipts function—Assemble cash receipts package and prepare bank deposit. 4. Accounts Payable function. a Set-up of Accounts Payable. b) Disbursement of payables. 5. Prepare and disburse staff payroll. 6. Prepare and disburse consumer payroll. 7. Develop monthly vacation accrual. 8. Prepare monthly Worker’s Compensation premium billing. 9. Maintain cash flow work papers to aid the Accounting Manager in various Treasury functions. 10. Prepare reconciliation to aid the Accounting Manager in keeping an accurate set of accounting records: a) Bank reconciliation. b) Reconciliation of Accounts Receivable General Ledger control account to subsidiary records. c) Reconciliation of Accounts Payable General Ledger control account to subsidiary records. d) Such other reconciliation as needed. 11. Prepare bridging analysis between payroll tax liability per books and quarterly earning records to aid Accounting Manager in preparing quarterly payroll Tax returns. 12. Perform petty cash counts, reconciliation and reimbursement. 13. Prepare manual checks. 14. Help Accounting Manager by running and assembling financial statements. 15. Perform various statistical typing projects including but not limited to maintenance of standard forms/work paper file. 16. Such other numerous tasks not a part of sub-systems and too small to enumerate here. Physical and other requirements include: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; talk or hear; and taste or smell. The employee frequently is required to stoop, kneel, and crouch. The employee must regularly lift and/or move and/or push/pull up to 25 pounds and must occasionally lift and/or move and/or push/pull up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate requiring ability to focus and concentrate on tasks at said noise level. ...
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Sep 27 2017

Media Specialist

Reach Out - Upland

The media specialist is responsible for graphic designs as well as media and marketing activities consistent with the mission, vision and values of Reach Out West End. Essential Functions •Design, manufacture, and the distribution of all media outreach materials, messages, publications, and communications campaigns related to Reach Out's activities, its collaboratives, and special events. •Design and maintenance of the Reach Out brand, including the website, all marketing materials (brochures, flyers, posters), and social media campaigns. •Coordinate media and marketing activities with staff and collaborative partners. •Cultivate media relationships with print, broadcast and radio outlets including writing and submitting press releases. •Represent the agency at all collaborative meetings involving related projects and strategies. •Attend agency-approved workshops, conferences and conventions related to this position. •Maintain all agency operational forms and program evaluations in a timely manner (Daily Time Sheet, Mileage, etc.). •Attend and participate in professional and community meetings to recruit interested parties for engagement in community coalitions. •Make effective presentations. •Participate in fund-raising activities. •Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed. This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee(s) incumbent in this position. Employee(s) will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform any other job-related duties requested by any person authorized to give instructions or assignments. Supervisory Requirements The position reports directly to the Program Supervisor and has no supervisory functions. Educational Requirements •Preferred: Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university in marketing or related field and one to two years of related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience •Preferred: One (1) to two (2) years’ experience in marketing for a non-profit. Licenses and Certifications. •Valid California Driver’s License is required •Must maintain insurance on vehicle Additional Qualifications To perform this job successfully, an individual should have the following general knowledge •Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office •Knowledgeable in Microsoft Office including Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint ...
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