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Child Psychiatrists Independent Contractors

We have immediate openings for Psychiatrists to independently contract with the Clinic to provide psychiatric services, including. Early Intervention and Community Wellness Programs offer a range of specialized services for children ages 0-5, and their families, ensuring that very young children, who otherwise would not have been identified as needing mental health intervention until they reached school age, receive access to mental health services.

As an independent contractor, psychiatrists provide psychiatric services to children ranging in age from approximately 3-21 years old including psychiatric evaluations, consultations and medication support using an electronic health record system. As members of the multi-disciplinary treatment team, you will also participate in case conferences meetings, trainings, etc. Psychiatrists comply with Clinic and/or Department of Mental Health policy regarding confidentiality, child abuse reporting, drug-free workplace, chart documentation & maintenance, documentation of units/service provided and Clinic productivity expectations. Psychiatrists may be assigned to satellite offices as necessary to provide client services.

Psychiatrists possess and provide updated documentation of current, valid licenses or certificates to perform the services described above, i.e. California physician's certificate and valid DEA Controlled Substance Registration Certificate. Ongoing TB and fingerprint clearance obtained through the Clinic's provider are also required.

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Clinical Supervisor for Outpatient Services

Clinical Supervisors work as part of multidisciplinary teams providing mental health services to children and their families/caregivers by providing clinical supervision to staff obtaining hours towards licensure in their respective disciplines, within Clinic and Board standards and performing related duties. Some positions may include a client case load and/or part-time status and/or contractor status, depending on duties performed. Supervisors also timely complete required notes, paperwork, supervision logs, attend meetings, provide staff trainings, may evaluate staff clinical skills and may meet productivity requirements, again depending on actual duties performed. Supervisors are responsible for reviewing supervisees chart documentation, and reviewing charts for timeliness and appropriateness of services. Supervisors may be assigned to Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health or other programs. Represents the Clinic at community services, funder events and events related to outreach for clients and supporters of the agency. Other duties will be assigned.

Qualifications

Minimum of a masterís degree or equivalent (MSW, MA, Ph.D., PsyD, or MS) plus licensure and clinical experience and/or training directly related to children and child counseling. Clinical Supervisors must have and maintain current, valid licensure and sufficient years of experience to provide supervision to staff obtaining hours, per their respective Board requirements. Demonstrated knowledge of Board and Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health requirements highly preferred. Bilingual Spanish speaking ability is also highly desired.

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Clinical Therapist for Early Intervention Outpatient

The Clinical Therapist will work as part of our Early Intervention Outpatient Program providing mental health services to children ages 0-5 and their families/caregivers. The Clinical Therapist will provide trauma-informed psychotherapy groups, family therapy, and collateral sessions. The Therapist will: perform intakes & assessments; develop, administer, evaluate and modify therapeutic or treatment plans; facilitate attachment and support childrenís early developmental processes with parents or caregivers in their homes and at the Clinic; collaborate and cooperate with outside child protective or family services workers assigned to children and their families; and advocate for parents and children when making outside referrals for services. Timely completes required progress notes and paperwork. Meets or exceeds productivity requirements. Represents the Clinic at community services, funder events and events related to outreach for clients and supporters of the agency. Other duties will be assigned.

Qualifications

Minimum of a masterís degree or equivalent (MSW, MA, Ph.D., PsyD, or MS) plus clinical experience and/or training directly related to children and child counseling. While at least 1000 completed hours toward licensure is preferred, applicants with less than 1000 hours will be considered. Supervised clinical hours for masterís level clinicians obtaining hours toward licensure is provided. Current registration with licensing board is required, as is a valid, CA driver license and insurable driving record. Bilingual Spanish speaking ability is highly desired. Fingerprint clearance through the Department of Justice and current TB clearance are also required. In keeping with Clinic policy for all employees, the successful applicant must also complete a test for TB and fingerprint clearance by the Department of Justice.

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Clinical Therapist for Outpatient Services

The Clinical Therapist: may serve a caseload of clients, provides walk-in clinic services and performs intakes; visits school and home, interviews and collects information from clients, identifies symptoms, makes diagnoses and develops a therapeutic or treatment plan with the treatment team, plans and administers therapeutic treatment within accepted professional guidelines, runs therapy groups for children & parents/caregivers, and provides family/group therapy on and off site. Also, consults with clinical supervisor, medical doctor, Clinic peers or other specialties. Timely completes required progress notes and paperwork. Meets or exceeds productivity requirements. May be assigned to school-based services at area schools, and performs other similar duties. Represents the Clinic at community services, funder events and events related to outreach for clients and supporters of the agency.

Qualifications

Minimum of a masterís degree or equivalent (MSW, MA, Ph.D., PsyD, or MS) plus clinical experience and/or training directly related to children and child counseling. While at least 1000 completed hours toward licensure is preferred, applicants with less than 1000 hours will be considered. Supervised clinical hours for masterís level clinicians obtaining hours toward licensure is provided. Current registration with licensing board is required. A valid CA driver license and insurable driving record; own reliable transportation in order to travel to the community to make home, school, job site/or other community-based visits to assist the client in living, learning and working successfully is required. Bilingual Spanish speaking ability is highly desired. Fingerprint clearance through the Department of Justice and current TB clearance are also required.

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Communications and Marketing Intern

The Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic (LACGC) is looking for interns for the Fall semester in assisting the Communications and Marketing Associate.

The Development Department of LACGC creates and implements the organization's fundraising efforts. As an intern, you will be helping the four core team members in the Development Department with specific focus in events, marketing material creation, social media strategies, press releases and newsletters.

This internship position will provide someone with substantial experience in nonprofit development and management, events planning, solicitation strategizing, in addition to gaining valuable office experience working in one of leading behavioral health organizations in Los Angeles.

Duties include, but are not limited to the following. Each intern will be encouraged to take a leadership role in spearheading their own project within the objectives of the development department, depending on one's experience and hours of availability.

Responsibilities

Marketing/PR:

  • Research new marketing methods for campaigns
  • Create/design marketing material
  • Familiarity with Adobe InDesign and Photoshop
  • Develop strategy around projects
  • Drafting Press Releases and Media Advisories for key high profile events

Events:

  • Research event venues and caterers, and help to get quotes
  • Depending on availability, provide assistance at key high profile events

Social Media:

  • Help in researching potential successful methods around Facebook advertisements
  • Help in producing social media reports to enhance portals such as Twitter, Instagram, Linkedin, YouTube
  • Provide support in submitting posts in real time/preparing social media calendars for future months ahead
  • Each internship position will also have its share of administrative duties.

Qualifications

Each intern will be expected to work 15-20 hours per week (this is flexible), sometime between the hours of 9:00am-4:00pm, Monday through Friday in our University office located on 3031 South Vermont Avenue.

We are seeking motivated and responsible college students, graduate students or young professionals looking to gain experience working with a nonprofit. Prior interning experience is not a requirement, but we do require you to have a strong work ethic and willingness to learn. The candidate should have an interest in Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic's mission "to provide quality mental health services to a community in great need by ensuring easy access and promoting early intervention." Equal rights to LGBT individuals and those living with HIV and have basic knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel. This potential intern should be comfortable working independently but also working with a team and a supervisor.

Compensation

This is a volunteer unpaid internship. We encourage you to use this internship to gain course credit and to seek out "work-study" grants with your college.

Application

If you are interested in the internship, please send an updated resume with a cover letter. Within the cover letter please identify your strengths and past experiences with Social Media, Marketing, Sales, Communications and Public Relations.

Also, please provide information on what semester you are looking to intern, and your availability.

Please email a copy of your resume and cover letter to Joy Hahn.
Email: jhahn@lacgc.org

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Community Relations Coordinator


REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Qualified applicants should have any combination of education and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills and ability to successfully perform the responsibilities outlined above.

EDUCATION

Bachelorís Degree in communications, public relations or a marketing-related field of study from an accredited college or university. A masterís degree is preferred.

EXPERIENCE

3-5 years of experience in marketing and communications for a non-profit or private sector organization. Experience working with media and copy-writing is strongly desired.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • A strong commitment to advancing Wellnestís mission.
  • Ability to present, lead, collaborate and successfully influence others on cross-functional teams.
  • Demonstrate strong project management skills to juggle multiple projects and priorities to meet deadlines.
  • Demonstrate strong organizational skills, analytical thinker, creative problem-solver, results-oriented with meticulous attention to detail and excellent oral and written communications skills.
  • Excellent communication skills that are rooted in a customer-service focus and accurately and effectively conveying information.
  • Ability to work independently and exercise sound judgment and discretion
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite; experience using email service providers, Adobe Acrobat Pro, InDesign and desktop publishing programs.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT

Employee must be able to work closely and effectively with the VP of Advancement & External Affairs and engage cooperatively and collegially with other Executive Team members and Wellnest staff. Employee must have the ability to use a personal vehicle with the required insurance coverage to complete the essential duties of their job and conduct agency business. Employee must maintain a valid California driverís license and clean driving record that meets Wellnestís insurance carrierís criteria for liability coverage.

WORKING CONDITIONS


Employees in this position will be required to
  • Work indoors in a standard office environment
  • Regularly travel to multiple offices and locations within the greater Los Angeles Area.
  • Work outside of normal workdays and office hours to meet project deadlines or to attend events.
  • Come in direct contact with Wellnest staff, clients and the public.

REASONING ABILITY

  • Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from clients, employees and the general public
  • Ability to read, analyze and interpret manual and office documents
  • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form.
  • Ability to define problems, gather, transcribe and post data, analyze, synthesize and classify information, and draw valid conclusions where only limited standardization exists.
  • Maintain high level of concentration and attention to detail for extended periods of time

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  • Ability to talk or hear in order to give and receive information and instructions
  • Ability to stand, walk, sit, use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, tools or controls
  • Ability to reach with hands and arms
  • Ability to use computer keyboard up to 75% of the day
  • Visual acuity, ability to adjust focus and peripheral vision for work on a laptop or other computer equipment
  • Lift and/or move up to 40 pounds
  • Able to use telephone, office copier, calculator, fax machine, computer printer and scanner, or other equipment as required

This description is only intended to illustrate the duties, responsibilities and requirements for it. It is not intended, nor should it be interpreted to describe each and every duty the employee may be required to perform.

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Consumer Partner

Under the guidance of the Life Learning Program Coordinator, the Consumer Partner will work as part of a multidisciplinary team supporting the provision of mental health services to transition age youth and their families receiving services. The Consumer Partner must have personal experience being a mental health consumer. The Consumer Partner supports consumers by listening to them and working to develop communication between them and the treatment team; helps educate consumers to advocate for themselves; facilitates self-help consumer groups, attends court hearings, IEP meetings and other events at the consumer/parents/caregivers' request to provide support. The Consumer Partner assists in developing and implementing consumer support activities; model appropriate practices, maintain communication with consumers and families, attend and assist in the operation of the program; support and ensure the recruitment of consumers and families to participate in program related activities; help program staff enhance coordination and community services based on consumer/family concerns, needs, and priorities; assist consumers/families in making choices and accomplishing the program's consumer/family service goals; increase consumer/family awareness of mental health; support referrals; work with staff to coordinate needed resources for consumer/families (services, donations, discounts, and/or goods) and perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

The position requires a high school diploma. At least two years of experience supporting a community-based mental health services program and experience maintaining strict confidentiality is preferred. Candidates must have strong ability to communicate in a team and mobilize and motivate people, as well as organizational and interpersonal skills. In addition, strong verbal and written communication skills are required, preferably bilingual Spanish speaking. Commitment to FSP philosophy of service providers and community partners doing "whatever it takes" to achieve positive outcomes for transition age youth and families receiving services. Experience working with other service providers to "do whatever it takes" to achieve positive outcomes for clients is preferred. TB, fingerprint clearance from Department of Justice and clearance for Jail Security and Probation Background requirements must be met. Must drive own car, have valid CA driver license and insurable driving record.

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DCFS/DMH TQM Associate

The Total Quality Management Team oversees compliance, data collection, training, quality improvement, and quality management for the clinic. 50% of this personís role is allocated to supporting the Wraparound team in a similar but more specific manner. This individual will work under the direct supervision of the Director of Total Quality Management and in collegial consultation with the Executive Management Team, various program managers and the IS Support Team Manager. Duties will include: Assisting with the implementation, tracking and compliance with the annual QA Plan; coordinating the collection, aggregation, and dissemination of client and program outcome data; coordinating and implementing a training plan for direct provider staff on the electronic health record system used to complete clinical documentation; reviewing and auditing clinical records per contract and Clinic standards of clients across the clinic; Tracking and managing Wraparound data; and developing with the TQM Team appropriate training materials as needed.

Qualifications

Masterís level or greater degree in psychology, social work or related field is strongly preferred. This position requires strong interpersonal skills, ability to multi-task, comfort working with various teams and stakeholders, and solid communication skills. Applicants must demonstrate strong organization and time management skills. This position requires excellent computer skills, including intermediate to expert working knowledge of Adobe Acrobat Pro and Office 2013 (Outlook, Excel, and Word). Successful applicants should have experience in program evaluation, computerized data tracking, and training. Candidates must be knowledgeable of Department of Mental Health procedures, policies, and documentation standards. Individual must show initiative to work with minimal supervision. The TQM Associate, as with all members of the team, must demonstrate an understanding of and commitment to furthering the Clinicís mission. A valid CA driver license and insurable driving record are required. Successful applicants will satisfy the fingerprint and TB clearance prior to beginning duties.

Preferred Qualifications
At least 2 years experience providing direct service in a non-profit mental health clinic or similar setting is preferred. Other preferred qualifications include: Experience training individuals and a comfort with public speaking; a current, valid registration with the appropriate CA mental health services licensing board (BBS or Psychology); and knowledge of an electronic health record system.

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Development Intern

The Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic (LACGC) is looking for interns for the Fall semester in assisting the Development Department raise over $1.5 million of the organization's annual operating budget.

The Development Department of LACGC creates and implements the organization's fundraising efforts. As an intern, you will help four core team members in the Development Department with events, foundations, membership and major donors.

These internship positions will provide someone with substantial experience in nonprofit development and management, grant writing, event planning, researching donor prospects, solicitation strategizing, in addition to gaining valuable office experience working in one of leading behavioral health organizations in Los Angeles.

Each intern will be encouraged to take a leadership role in spearheading their own project within the objectives of the development department, depending on one's experience and hours of availability. Duties include, but are not limited to the following:

Responsibilities

Foundations:

  • Research new foundations to apply for funding
  • Conduct external research on Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic's key program priorities to utilize when writing proposals
  • Help with copy editing of proposals and report
  • Help in writing minor proposals and reports
  • ress Releases and Media Advisories for key high profile events

Events:

  • Research and develop events in new fundraising markets
  • Research event venues and caterers, and help with obtaining quotes
  • Depending on availability, provide assistance at key high profile events

Membership / Major Donors:

  • Research potential donors
  • Conduct in-depth researching into new fundraising markets
  • Provide support in sending mailings and invitations.
  • Each internship position will also have its share of administrative duties including envelope stuffing and scanning

Qualifications

Each intern will be expected to work 15-20 hours per week (this is flexible), sometime between the hours of 9:00am-4:00pm, Monday through Friday in our University office located on 3031 South Vermont Avenue.

We are seeking motivated and responsible college students or young professionals looking to gain experience working with a nonprofit. Prior interning experience is not a requirement, but we do require you to have a strong work ethic and willingness to learn. The candidate should have an interest in Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic's mission "to provide quality mental health services to a community in great need by ensuring easy access and promoting early intervention." and have basic knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel. A potential intern should be comfortable working independently but also working with a team and a supervisor.

Compensation

This is an unpaid internship. We encourage you to use this internship as a volunteer opportunity to gain course credit and to seek out "work-study" grants with your college, if that is an option.

Application

If you are interested, please send an updated resume with a cover letter. In the cover letter, you should identify which of the responsibilities and areas of fundraising listed in the internship description above you are most interested in. For example, "I am interested in working with foundations and events," or "just foundations." Also in the cover letter, please provide information on what semester you are looking to intern, and the estimated days and times you will be available.

Please email your resume and cover letter, to Erika Durazo, Grants Associate at edurazo@lacgc.org. When using email, attach your resume and cover letter as a Microsoft Word (.doc) or Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format.

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ISM Case Manager

The Case Manager will report to the ISM Program Coordinator in this newly funded program. The Case Manager works with various multi-disciplinary teams to assist in the development, implementation and monitoring of a service plan for each client that identifies the clientís personal, social, emotional, mental health, education, physical and/or financial needs and goals. Reviews and collects information related to the clientís socio-economic history, treatment history, education history and other relevant data to the formulation of a service plan. Participates with staff in providing screening services to clients who attend the Clinicís services, including completion of pay or financial information (PFIís) forms and other needed documentation. Attends case conference meetings to assist and participate in case disposition and follow-up. Mediates and advocates on behalf of the client to help him/her obtain and keep suitable foster care/housing, health care and mental health service, education/school services, benefit entitlements, etc. Searches the community and presents options for additional needed or desired services (ei., emancipation services; sober living opportunities; education enrichment; scholarships, grants or job training programs; age-appropriate social opportunities; parenting classes).

Qualifications

The position requires a BA/BS in social work or directly related field OR a license as an LVN or LPT, with an emphasis in community mental health work; a valid CA driver license and driving record insurable by the Clinic to make home, school, job site/or other community-based visits to assist the client in living, learning and working successfully. Bilingual Spanish speaking ability required.

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Substance Abuse Counselor Bilingual/Biliterate Spanish ability highly preferred

LOS ANGELES CHILD GUIDANCE CLINIC is a private, non-profit, community-based mental health clinic with over 90 years of service to the children of Central and South Los Angeles. We have an immediate opening for a Substance Abuse Counselor.

Duties & Responsibilities

The Substance Abuse Counselor performs primary co-occurring substance abuse services and duties to clients and their families in the office and at client homes/offsite venues including screening and; development of co-occurring service plans; group and individual services regarding co-occurring services; discharge summary and planning; case management and coordination of services. The Counselor is responsible for timely and accurate completion of client notes and other documentation related to the services and progress of clients in the program using an electronic records system. The Substance Abuse Counselor will work with the Life Learning Program, part of the Life Learning and Housing Division.

Skills/Education & Requirements

Current Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor issued by the California Certification Board of Alcohol and Drug Counselors, Registered Addiction Specialist, Certified Addiction Specialist, CAADE required. BA/BS in psychology, sociology or related field is required. A minimum of 2 years experience in substance abuse, mental health and dual diagnosis treatment and service delivery. Bilingual (English/Spanish) is preferred. Experience working with at-risk adolescents and substance dependency. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Own reliable transportation, a valid California driver license and a driving record insurable by the Clinic are required. In keeping with Clinic policy for all employees, the successful applicant must also complete a test for TB prior to beginning work, and fingerprint clearance by the Department of Justice.

Salary/Hours

Full time on a to-be arranged schedule. Benefits include a choice of medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance, a program of sick, vacation and holiday pay, access to the USC Credit Union, and two pension/retirement savings plans.

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Clinical Supervisor for Intensive Services

The role of the Clinical Supervisor for Intensive Service is to assure that services to clients and families are provided consistent with the Clinicís Standards of Effective Care. The Clinical Supervisor works as part of a multidisciplinary team that includes other members of the Management Team. Clinical Supervisor also oversees services to ensure timely completion of documentation, program outcome measures, ensure staff meets their service delivery rate, complete staff evaluations, and other program-related tasks with the goal of providing quality services. This position requires a great deal of tact and judgment as it requires ongoing interactions with the Department of Mental Health, Department of Child and Family Services, Probation, and internal stakeholders.

The Clinical Supervisor for Intensive Services provides clinical oversight, clinical hours toward licensure, and field based supervision to all members of the treatment team including master, bachelors and paraprofessionals. The Clinical Supervisor must meet or exceed their respective licensing Board's requirements to supervise staff collecting hours, provide clinical coverage after-hours (24/7) and work from a ďwhatever it takesĒ model.

Qualifications

License post 2 years and meet the all the requirements of the licensing board. This position requires being on call; along with the other members of the management team. Strong organizational, written, communication and teamwork skills are a must, and is able to maintain a calm demeanor while handling multiple tasks without losing productivity. Licensure as a mental health professional, clinical supervision experience, and experience providing mental health services in a community setting are a plus but not required. Demonstrate ability to tolerate change and learn multiple countywide systems is a plus. The candidate must be proficient in the use of technology including experience with an Electronic Health Record, Word, and Excel. A valid California driver license and insurable driving record are required. This position travels so use of personal vehicle is a must. The successful applicant will also complete TB and fingerprint clearance.

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Home Visitation Program Supervisor

The Program Supervisor will report to the Home Visitation Program Manager, and provide ongoing, intensive, professional supervision to all Home Visitors focusing on supporting healthy attachments and utilizing the Healthy Families America reflective strategies. The supervisor must provide a minimum of 1.5 to 2 hours of individual supervision per week for each direct service staff member as required by the Healthy Families America national office. Conduct field supervision with home visitors and own reliable transportation is required for travel to family homes and other community meetings. Other duties include shadowing direct service staff to monitor and assess performance, provide constructive feedback and support skill development. The Program Supervisor will be responsible for monitoring all aspects of Targeted Case Management. The Program Supervisor is responsible for tracking and assigning referrals and engaging in various outreach activities which may include participating in community events and maintaining partnerships with community agencies for direct referrals. This position will perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

At least a Bachelor in child development or related field is required with 3 years of relevant experience or a Masterís Degree is human services or fields related to working with children and families. A solid understanding of or experience in supervising and motivating staff, as well as providing support to staff in stressful work environments. Knowledge of infant and child development and parent child attachment and experience with family services which embrace the concepts of family-centered and strength based service provision. Knowledge of maternal-infant health and dynamics of child abuse and neglect. Assertive, results-oriented, high energy, collegial, can-do attitude; Ability to work independently; Bilingual Spanish speaking preferred. Demonstrated ability to effectively manage in a change environment and knowledge of/ability to quickly learn multiple LA County systems is also required. Experience working in a diverse cultural socio-economic community and field based service delivery is required. Experience utilizing an evidence base practice and reflective practice is preferred. Own, reliable transportation, a valid California driver license and driving record insurable by the Clinic are required. In keeping with Clinic policy for all employees, the successful applicant must also complete a test for TB prior to beginning work, and fingerprint clearance by the Department of Justice.

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Home Visitation Administrative Assistant

The Secretary will assist the Home Visitation Program Coordinator in the Clinicís new Home Visitation Program. The Secretary will work with the coordinator and staff to provide office reception and general clerical support to the Home Visitation Program. The Secretary will answer phones and give information to callers, schedule appointments, take dictation and compose, type and proofread correspondence, maintain general correspondence files, read and route incoming Clinic and division mail and perform other similar administrative and clerical tasks. Maintain master calendar for programs. Maintain a wide variety of reports, documents and files related to program functioning, including but not limited to census reports, mailing lists, budget and supply reports, program & staff productivity reports, contract compliance and renewal documentation, client attendance reporting and other similar program reporting requirements. May maintain and/or track programís Incident Report file(s). Maintain a supply of forms routinely used by program staff. Interfaces as necessary with LACGCís Administration Department to review, order and maintain program equipment and supplies. Reviews, tracks and maintains requisitions for same. Participates with other clerical and administrative support staff in routine and special tasks that support interdepartmental and general LACGC functioning. Initiates reporting to the Coordinator and maintains all records and documentation needed for program compliance and accountability in accordance with funding requirements and Clinic standards. Other duties will be assigned.

Qualifications

For the position, an Associates Degree (A.A.) or equivalent number of units from a post-secondary school or secretarial college plus 1-2 years increasingly responsible secretarial experiences preferred; high school diploma or GED is required. The ability to maintain a calm demeanor with handling multiple activities, work in a multicultural environment and maintain strict confidentiality is required. Demonstrated computer (internet, Word/Excell/Access) and calculation skills (i.e. percentage, time calculations) are required. Own, reliable transportation, a valid California driver license and driving record insurable by the Clinic are required. In keeping with Clinic policy for all employees, the successful applicant must also complete a test for TB prior to beginning work, and fingerprint clearance by the Department of Justice.

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Home Visitor

Home Visitors are responsible for providing program participants regular home visits for up to five years. The Home Visitor will provide weekly home visits for at least the first six months after the childís birth and possibly less frequently after the first six months depending the familyís progress and challenges. The Home Visitor will be required to follow guidelines for delivering research based curriculum. Desired candidates are required to demonstrate the knowledge and skills required to successfully implement the modelís family-centered strategies. Strategies include using home visits to establish a trusting relationship with participants; strengthen the parent-child relationship; improve parenting skills; and serve as an advocate for child and family. The Home Visitor will make referrals to other supportive agencies, assist the family with setting goals and develop a plan for achieving these goals. Conduction of standardized, periodic screenings to identify potential developmental delays or health challenges facing the child will be required; screenings for maternal depression for pregnant/parenting women are also required. The Home Visitor will be required to participate in Targeted Case Management and demonstrate strong time management skills to track and complete time surveys. Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

The position requires at least a BA/BS in psychology, child development or related field; A minimum of 1 year working in case management, with culturally diverse communities, and/or with families that have children aged 0 to 5 years old. Home visitation experience is highly preferred. Demonstrated knowledge of infant and child development, community resources, and social service programs. The applicant must be open to reflective practice and have the ability to maintain boundaries between personal and professional life. The applicant must be willing to work with culturally diverse populations which may include the communities of Boyle Heights, Central City, Downtown LA, Echo Park, El Sereno, Hollywood, Mount Washington, Silverlake, West Hollywood and Westlake. The applicant must be willing to attend outreach events on weekends as assigned. Bilingual Spanish ability is highly preferred. Own reliable transportation, a valid California driver license and driving record insurable by the Clinic are required. In keeping with Clinic policy for all employees, the successful applicant must also complete a test for TB prior to beginning work, and fingerprint clearance by the Department of Justice.

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Clinical Therapist for Intensive Services

As a team member, handles cases as assigned, or performs intakes, for which the Therapist interviews and collects information from clients, identifies symptoms, makes diagnoses and develops a therapeutic or treatment plan, runs therapy groups for children & families, plans and administers therapeutic treatment within accepted professional guidelines, makes home visits and counsels clients with accepted methods to assist client. Also consults with clinical supervisor, medical doctor, Clinic peers or other specialists and timely completes required progress notes and paperwork. Meets or exceeds productivity and timely expectations. Represents the Clinic at community services, funder events and events related to outreach for clients and supporters of the agency. Other duties may be assigned in this program that provides services 24 hours a day, seven days per week.

Qualifications

The position requires a masterís degree (MSW, MA or MS), and at least 1,000 hours of clinical experience. Training directly related to children and child counseling is preferred. (Applicants with less than 1000 hours will be considered.) In keeping with Clinic policy for all employees, the successful applicant must also complete a test for TB and fingerprint clearance by the US Department of Justice. A valid CA driver license and an insurable driving record are required. Bilingual Spanish speaking ability is preferred. Current registration with licensing board is required

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