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Jobs – Western Riverside/Temecula Valley

Jun 21 2017

Advocacy Supervisor

Voices for Children - Murrieta

ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW The mission of Voices for Children is to transform the lives of abused children by providing them with Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs). VFC believes that every child deserves a safe and permanent home, and to that end, our vision is to provide a CASA to every child in foster care who needs one, monitor every court file in the system, and advocate to improve the lives of San Diego and Riverside Counties’ foster children. Recruited, trained, and supervised by VFC, our volunteer CASAs interface with key agencies, legal counsel, and community resources to identify and protect the best interests of each foster child. CASAs act as fact finders for the juvenile court judge to ensure decisions are based on the most current and pertinent information about each child’s situation. CASAs also provide emotional support as they guide their case children through the complex foster care system. CASAs strive to ensure that each child’s unique needs are met. OVERVIEW OF THE POSITION Voices for Children is the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program for San Diego and Riverside Counties. This position will be based out of our Murrieta office. An Advocacy Supervisor will: (1) ensure that the dependency children assigned to Court Appointed Special Advocate volunteers receive the advocacy they need; (2) ensure that the children’s best interests are presented to the Court by Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs); (3) ensure that the needs of the volunteers are met and that the volunteers are satisfied; (4) ensure that the policies and procedures of VFC are followed by all volunteers; (5) carry out all assigned responsibilities; (6) assist with volunteer recruitment and retention efforts; and (7) promote the mission of Voices for Children in the community. See job posting for full details at the following link: https://www.jsco.re/16ucu...
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Jun 18 2017

SolarCorps Outreach Fellow

GRID Alternatives - Riverside

GRID Alternatives SolarCorps Fellowship Program SolarCorps Outreach Fellow Mission GRID Alternatives has a mission to make renewable energy technology and job training available to underserved communities. About GRID Alternatives 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. Based in Oakland, California, GRID has ten regional offices and affiliates serving all of California, Colorado, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Washington D.C., Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware; GRID also has staff on the ground in Nicaragua. GRID has a dedicated staff of 330 and growing! About the SolarCorps Fellowship Program: GRID Alternatives’ SolarCorps Fellowship Program is an opportunity for highly motivated and enthusiastic people to join GRID Alternatives for thirteen months. Fellows will gain valuable experience in the solar and non-profit industry to help launch their career while making significant contributions to GRID Alternatives and the broader community. The SolarCorps Fellowship Program is funded in part by AmeriCorps. SolarCorps Fellows will begin work on August 28, 2017. The SolarCorps Fellowship experience includes self-paced career development opportunities, training opportunities, as well as the opportunity for cross-regional collaboration with other SolarCorps Fellows at several GRID Alternatives training events. Roles and Responsibilities: Job duties: -Help implement outreach strategy to increase number of low-income clients served in regional counties. -Canvass low-income communities to spread information about our solar program. -Help promote community awareness of GRID Alternatives’ work and mission by researching, attending and potentially speaking at community meetings and other events. -Assist and shadow Outreach Coordinators in client application process and eventually be able to in-take multiple applications per month. -Assist and shadow Outreach Coordinators in homeowner trainings and eventually be able to conduct training for homeowners once their systems are installed. -Help create easy-to-read materials that educate homeowners on energy efficiency. Materials should be creative and attractive for homeowners. -Help research potential partnerships with affordable housing developers, local government agencies, and community-based organizations in order to more effectively identify, encourage, and serve low-income clients. -Participate in activities associated with National Days of Service -Other job duties as assigned: may include office administrative work, data entry, file management, answering homeowner and volunteer questions, talking to media and generally participating in activities necessary to make solar happen for low-income families. Mandatory Program training: -Weeklong Orientation in Oakland, CA. -Mid-year SolarCorps Fellowship Training Retreat. -All company Staff Summit (GRID Alternatives’ annual staff conference). -Monthly SolarCorps training calls/online collaboration. Work schedule: -Fellows are expected to work approximately 40-43 hours a week (AmeriCorps has a service requirement of 1700 hours in 10.5 months). -Some positions require weekend and evening work. Office Location: Riverside, CA Compensation and benefits: -A living stipend of $25,060 for the first 10.5 months. -Health and dental insurance. -Professional development opportunities. -Time off. -Segal AmeriCorps Education...
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Jun 15 2017

Administrator

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

Administrator - Clinic Salary: $78,000 – $110,000 per annum (Salaried Exempt) General Administrator Level Duties 1. Participates in Senior Management Task Force and duties. 2. Assists in providing oversight and management of Operations Level Managers and Structure. 3. Facilitates the consistent implementation of policies and goals set at the Board and Executive Level. 4. Insures consistent application of agency mission, vision, values throughout the operations and line staff levels of the agency with specific focus on assigned departments, programs and/or operational task forces as outlined below. 5. Provides an exemplary role model of the FSA mission, vision, values and strategic goals and initiatives to operations and line level staff as well as the community in general. 6. Provides input and communications from operations levels and line staff levels of agency back to Executive level staff. 7. Represents FSA on Key community task forces, networks, boards and community meetings as assigned or directed by Executive Team. 8. Leads strategic planning efforts within assigned programs and/or agency departments and operations insuring that goals and strategies align with Board and Administrative goals and with agency mission, vision and values. 9. Provides staff development opportunities with both formal and informal approaches to development within assigned programs and departments or operations. 10. Participates in key risk management activities and assists in oversight of potential liability and risk to the agency. ...
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Jun 15 2017

Case Manager

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

Case Manager (Clinic) Salary: $14.00 - $18.00 per hour (Differential in pay for bilingual) Essential Duties: 1. Direct service treatment, including diagnostic (intakes), crisis intervention, application of concrete services, and on-going treatment to individual, family and group members. 2. Caseload management: information/referral advocacy. 3. Community outreach, presentations, workshops, parent education training as necessary to facilitate individual case and program goals. 4. Team accountability and responsibilities along with project supervisors, students, other divisions and administrative staff. 5. Generation and implementation of Individual Service Plans and other case planning activities. 6. Participation and presentation at case review/disposition, case consultation and staff meetings. 7. Assisting in program start-up activities and subsequent (on-going) statistical and recording activities. 8. Twenty-four hour availability for telephone crisis. 9. Provide services throughout Riverside County, as needed. 10. Compilation of statistics, report preparation and funding/contract source relations. 11. Train and supervise community workers and volunteer assignments and schedules. 12. Orient student therapists to program and train on provision of services in community-based environment. 13. Recruit volunteers. 14. Punctual and Regular Attendance 15. Other duties as assigned and necessary Report to: Clinic Manager ...
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