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Orange County

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Corporate and Development: 

Grants Accounting Specialist (Santa Ana) FT/40 hrs. The Grants Accounting Specialist is responsible for various financial aspects of assigned government grants. Duties include budget development, analysis and monitoring, expenditure monitoring, and grant compliance and financial audits, including preparation of supporting work papers. Bachelor’s degree and three years of financial/accounting experience preferred.

Residential:

Youth Partner (Santa Ana) FT and PT/various hours. Supervise youth in a residential group home. This includes mentoring and being a good role model, teaching independent living skills, behavior modifications, and crisis management. BA/BS and/or one year of full-time residential experience preferred. 

Family Preservation:

Wraparound Program Director (Santa Ana) FT/40 hrs. Responsible for overall supervision of Wraparound services. This includes reviewing program documentation and supporting supervisory staff. Must have an LMFT or LCSW, and related leadership experience.   

Foster and Adoptions:

No Openings

Safe Families for Children:

No Openings

Olive Crest Academy:

Speech and Language Pathologist (Orange) FT/40 hrs. Responsible for assisting the Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP) Supervisor in carrying out the Designated Instructional Service for the students assigned to case load. Develop the student’s IEP goals and attend IEP meetings as designated. Attend classroom treatment team meetings of all students who have speech and language services designated in their IEPs as requested by supervisor. Qualified candidates must have a Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology and related experience.  Clinical Fellowships also encouraged to apply. 

Assistant Teacher (Orange) FT/40 hrs. **Fall recruitment** Responsible for assisting teachers in guiding students in the classroom.  Responsible for the transportation of clients to and from school as directed by supervisor. Assist in recordkeeping, photocopying, tutoring, and behavior modification at educational site as needed. Must have a Bachelor’s degree or related experience. 

Teacher (Orange) FT/40 hrs. Responsible for classroom management, curriculum-based instruction, and instruction aligned with Common Core Standards. Also responsible for the physical, psychological, and social well-being of the students. Responsible for carrying out instruction according to each student’s IEP. Qualified candidates must have California Mild/Mod or Mod/Severe Special Education Credential and related experience. 

 

San Diego County

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Corporate and Development:

No Openings 

Foster and Adoptions:

No Openings

Inland Empire/Desert Communities

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Corporate and Development:

Executive Director (Riverside) FT/40 hrs. Responsible for overseeing operations for the Inland Empire region of the organization. This includes providing leadership and supervision of corporate fundraising, being the liaison between the Board of Trustees and staff, and ensuring compliance with all federal, state, county, and local agency regulations governing the care of children. Qualified candidates must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree, seven years of leadership experience, and related managerial experience preferably in the non-profit sector.

Residential:

Youth Partner (Perris) Various hours. Responsible for supervising youth in a residential group home. This includes mentoring and being a good role model, teaching independent living skills, behavior modifications, and crisis management. Must have BA and/or one to two years of residential experience. Available shifts include on-call and full-time positions. 

Wraparound:

No Openings

Safe Families for Children:

No Openings

Foster and Adoptions:

No Openings 

Mental Health:

No Openings

Los Angeles County 

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Corporate and Development:

Director of Development (Bellflower) FT/40 hrs. The Director of Development is responsible for planning and implementing fundraising and public awareness activities in Los Angeles County that align with and support Olive Crest’s organizational goals for development and sustainability. Duties include but are not limited to: increasing donor base by acquiring and converting new donors and cultivating/upgrading existing donors in order to increase donations by at least 10% annually; utilizing tools within database software and social media to research and ultimately leverage connections between existing donors and prospective corporate, individual, and foundation major donors; and initiating contacts, establishing relationships, and providing ongoing follow-up with community organizations, foundations, corporations, businesses, and key community stakeholders. Qualified candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree; have three or more years of experience with fundraising, not-for-profits, and working with volunteers; be a self-starter with experience in marketing and public relations as well as knowledge of Los Angeles County’s fundraising climate; have the ability to work with different levels of donors; and have a philosophy of support for abused children in line with the values, mission, and treatment philosophy of Olive Crest. Desired qualifications include prior supervisor experience, Raiser's Edge Database Software experience, and bilingual (English and Spanish).

Wraparound:

Child and Family Specialist (Glendale) FT/40 hrs. The Child and Family Specialist, under the guidance of the Program Supervisor and functioning as a member of an assigned team, provides direct service to children and families as identified in an individualized Wraparound plan of care. This position works independently in the family’s home, and in a variety of community and/or treatment settings. Qualified candidates must: be bilingual (English and Spanish); have a Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences and one year of experience working with emotionally disturbed children in an institutional setting, or an Associate's degree in Social Sciences and two years of experience working with emotionally disturbed children in an institutional setting; and a valid driver’s license, reliable vehicle, clean driving record, and current auto insurance. Position is located in our Glendale office, servicing SPA 2, which covers the San Fernando Valley area, Burbank, Westlake, Northridge, Valencia, Santa Clarita, and surrounding areas. Female candidate preferred.

Facilitator (Glendale) FT/40 hrs. Facilitate Wraparound process for child and family teams. Maintain highly coordinated communication with all family members, system partners, and other individuals involved in the life of the child and family. Guide the child and family teams in the development of plans of care, and crisis and safety plans according to Wraparound timelines. Qualified candidates must be bilingual (English and Spanish). Other qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree with two years of social work or case work employment in the field of family or child welfare services, or a  Master's degree from an accredited college or university in one of the following: Social Work; Social Welfare; Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling; Child Psychology; Child Development; Counseling Psychology; Social Psychology; Clinical Psychology; Educational Psychology; or Education with an emphasis in Counseling. Position located in our Glendale office, servicing SPA 2, which covers the San Fernando Valley area, Burbank, Westlake, Northridge, Valencia, Santa Clarita, and surrounding areas.

Parent Partner (Glendale) FT/40 hrs. Responsible for providing guidance and support to families or caregivers in a variety of environments. This position works independently in families' homes and in a variety of community and/or treatment settings, serves as a liaison for parent involvement, and co-facilitates parent support groups. Must have personal life experience as a parent or caregiver of an at-risk child or children. Candidates must possess the ability to work in a treatment team, be flexible and dependable, and have good communication skills, both written and verbal. Qualified candidates must be bilingual (English and Spanish), should have a high school diploma or equivalent, and have a valid driver's license and clean driving record. Position located in Glendale office, servicing SPA 2, which covers the San Fernando Valley area, Burbank, Westlake, Northridge, Valencia, Santa Clarita, and surrounding areas.

Mental Health:

Clinical Supervisor (Bellflower) FT/40 hrs. Supervisor is to ensure that all mental health assessments, clinical care plans, and progress notes meet Medi-Cal documentation criteria. Supervise eight to nine mental health clinicians. Conduct regular chart audits covering both clinical and technical compliance issues. Work with the Mental Health Quality Assurance department to coordinate and ensure quality mental health care for Olive Crest youth. Monitor consulting clinical staff. Qualified candidates must have a PhD/PsyD or MA/MS/MSW in Human Services and three years of related experience, and an MFT or LCSW license. Must also be eligible to provide supervision to registered MFTI and ASW interns under CA BBS guidelines, and have a record free of criminal conviction. Previous experience and knowledge of Medi-Cal documentation guidelines and regulations, previous supervisory experience, and bilingual (English and Spanish) preferred. 

Residential:

Transitional Housing Placement + Foster Care Case Manager (Bellflower) FT/40 hrs. Position will provide case management services to a maximum of 10 non-minor dependents (NMDs) participating in the Transitional Housing Placement Plus Foster Care (THP+FC) program. Will maintain regular contact (as determined by the program contract/Statement of Work) and meet a minimum of one time per week with youth to work on goals. Represent Olive Crest in various collaborative relationships with apartment complexes, job placements, school officials, county liaisons, and all community partners. Other duties include but are not limited to: interviewing youth desiring to enter the program; responding to crisis situations during working and non-working (on-call) hours; maintaining detailed records of THP+FC participants’ goals, milestones, incidents, financial records, etc., and assisting participants with learning how to maintain their own records; and observing and obtaining information from participants to determine if mental health services should be recommended. Qualified candidates must have an MSW or MA/MS in Human Services, Psychology, or a related field; experience in the child welfare, foster care, and human services field as defined in the AB12 standards and regulated by CCL; a valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record; and current first aid and CPR certification. Bilingual (English and Spanish) desired.

Child Care Worker (Bellflower) On-call/FT. Position starts on-call with the opportunity to move to part-time or full-time openings, including graveyard. Responsible to supervise and care for the adolescent boys in a level 14 group home.  This includes developing and maintaining a relationship with each resident that communicates acceptance, warmth, interest, and understanding through mentoring, role modeling, teaching independent living skills, behavior modifications, and crisis management. Required qualifications include but are not limited to: AA/BA/BS degree from an accredited college or university or one year of related experience, criminal record clearance, valid California Driver’s License, first aid/CPR certification, and the ability to intervene in a physical way during crisis situations with male minors up to 18 years of age.

Adoption Promotion and Support Services:

Child/Youth Mentor for APSS Program (Bellflower) PT/5 hrs. Partner with pre- or post-adoptive parents/youth to offer encouragement and support before, during, and/or after the adoption process. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: mentoring children in the adoption process, attending individual supervision on a monthly basis, consulting with the child’s therapist (as appropriate), referring the child/families to necessary community resources, attending and presenting at various community functions, and offering general assistance through the adoption process. Qualified candidates must have personal experience with foster care or adoption as well as a valid driver’s license and clean driving record. Bilingual (English and Spanish) desired.

Foster and Adoptions:

Adoption Social Worker (Glendale) FT/32-40 hrs. The Adoption Social Worker works independently with adequate supervision to provide a range of services offered by Olive Crest within the scope of foster/adoption. The Adoption Social Worker must be able to clinically assess individuals and couples as part of the home study completion process, culminating in the written SAFE assessment document. This position involves collaborating with co-workers and other professionals, as well as advocating for applicants as they go through the process. Additionally, the ASW works closely with DCFS staff to match waiting children with prospective families. The ASW conducts and facilitates monthly trainings to educate and meet the needs of foster/adoptive parents. This position is also available to provide adoption-related counseling to prospective families. Additionally, the ASW coordinates adoption signings and finalizations, and prepares documentation for funding and finalization purposes. Qualified candidates must have a Master’s degree in Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, or a comparable clinical Master's-level degree; a minimum of one year of experience in adoptions, counseling and/or child welfare services; experience in group leadership in both informational and therapeutic groups; and the ability and means to travel to the homes of clients and to meetings within Olive Crest’s service area.

Safe Families for Children:

No Openings

Nevada

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Corporate and Development:

No Openings

Strong Families:

No Openings

Family Preservation:

No Openings

Project Independence:

No Openings  

Mental Health:

Bilingual QMHP/Clinician (Las Vegas) FT/40 hrs. Candidate will provide therapeutic services to children and families in home-based, community, and office settings. Develop and implement treatment plans. Provide clinical consultation on cases as needed. Complete mental health assessments, prior authorization requests, and adoption home study assessments as needed. Applicants must be LMFT, LCPC, LCSW, licensed MFT intern, or CPC intern with license number. Position can provide supervised clinical hours toward licensure. Must be fluent in English/Spanish.

 

Pacific Northwest

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Corporate and Development:

No Openings 

Fostering Together: 

Foster Parent Recruiter/Liaison (Region 3, Grays Harbor/Pacific) PT/20 hrs. Recruiter must be a current or previous foster parent who can work from home. Responsibilities include leading foster parent support groups in assigned counties and acting as recruiter/liaison between current and potential foster parents and the state of Washington. Candidate must have his or her own computer and cell phone to work remotely. Strong administrative skills, and expertise in tribal and Hispanic cultures are also needed.

Foster and Adoptions: 

Mental Health Coordinator (Bellevue) PT/starting at 15-20 hours. This position could turn full-time, depending on program growth. Responsible for clinical supervision of mental health clinicians and interns, coordination and standardization of treatment, and overall functioning of mental health program. Must have an MA in Social Work, Child Psychology, Child Development, Counseling, or Educational Psychology. Other qualifications include: licensed LMFT, LMHC or LCSW or licensed psychologist, and Washington-state-approved supervisor, as well as three years of post graduate experience in clinical practice of marital family therapy. Hours are flexible.  

Program and Community Involvement Coordinator (Bellevue) FT. Responsible for providing administrative support and assistance to the Program Director and program team, coordinating community-involvement-related activities and drives, and recruiting and managing program and office volunteers. Position is located at the front desk and requires excellent people skills as well as pleasant phone skills. Must be able to keep the office organized and have the ability to multi-task. Requires two years of general administrative duties with proficient Microsoft Office Suite experience.

Safe Families For Children: 

Safe Families Coordinator (Bellevue) FT/32 hrs. Position is responsible for the recruitment, implementation, and training of churches, community organizations, and volunteers. Create and execute community presentations to raise awareness and recruit families. Provide ongoing support for churches and assist Safe Families volunteers through the approval process and orientation. Collaborate with the Coach Coordinator/EWA Program Coordinator and supervise volunteers and interns from local undergraduate and graduate school programs. Requires a BA in Social Work, Human Services, Psychology, or Education.

We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, marital status, the presence of a non-job-related medical condition or handicap, or any other legally protected status.

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Positions may be filled at any time. Last updated: June 25, 2015.