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Career Opportunities at Olive Crest

Orange County

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Corporate and Development: 

Marketing and PR Assistant (Santa Ana) FT/40hrs. Support Web Communications Manager with maintenance and development of Olive Crest’s Web site and Internet-based initiatives, and provide overall administrative support to the Marketing/PR Department as needed. Qualified candidates should have working knowledge of Illustrator and/or Photoshop and Web site building program, such as HTML or WYSIWYG, and well-versed in Microsoft Office programs. 

Senior IT Technician (Santa Ana) FT/40 hrs. Provide technical support to the Southern California Regional offices, schools and homes. Qualified candidates should have a minimum of 3 years experience in the Window’s networking environment, A+ Certification and Microsoft Certifications in Active Directory, Exchange and Network, working knowledge of System Center 2012 and virtual servers. 

Residential:

Residential Division Director (Santa Ana) FT/40 hrs. Oversee overall operation of Residential Programs including Community Group Homes, Project Independence and Tustin Family Campus. Work with other Directors to provide consistent program development throughout Olive Crest’s regional programs. Qualified candidates should have 3-5 years of leadership and administrative experience, relevant program experience and a Master's degree in Psychology, Social Work or related field.

Regional Program Assistant (Santa Ana) FT/40 hrs. Responsible for providing administrative support to the Orange County Regional Program Director. Qualified candidates should have a minimum of 2 years related work experience, possess a working knowledge of Microsoft Office. Experience working with budgets, preparing grants and RFP’s is strongly preferred.

THPP Youth Care Worker (Santa Ana) FT/40 hrs. Responsible for major part of the care and supervision of youths, including implementing the treatment plan, developing and maintaining relationships with each youth that communicates acceptance, warmth, interest and understanding. Provides resources, guidance and support to youths in the transitional housing program and helps to maintain guidelines. The YCW is part of a team whose mission is to help youth learn experience skills, which are necessary for successful transition into self-sufficiency.  Qualified candidates should have a Bachelor's degree with 1 year of related expeirence. 

Youth Partner (Santa Ana) On-Call/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 1 year of full-time residential experience preferred. 

Family Preservation:

No Openings 

Foster and Adoptions:

Case Manager (Santa Ana) PT/20-30 hrs. Provide services to 12-15 children (caseload will be prorated based on hours worked per week). Supervise the placement for each assigned foster child and provide support for the child and foster parents. This includes: Ensuring that each child's needs are met. Making sure that each foster home is in compliance with all Olive Crest Foster Family Agency policies, County policies and Title 22 policies. Instructing, counseling, training, and supporting foster parents in dealing with the foster child's needs and problems. Must have an MSW, MFT or Master’s degree in a related field. Must be fluent in Korean.

Safe Families for Children:

No Openings

Olive Crest Academy:

Special Education Teacher (Orange) FT/40 hrs. Responsible for classroom management, curriculum and individual IEP goals of each student. Qualified candidates must have a California Mild/Moderate or Moderate/Severe Credential or be Intern Eligible. Previous work experience with Special Education population is strongly preferred.

San Diego County

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Corporate and Development:

No Openings 

Foster and Adoptions:

Case Manager (San Diego) PT/20 hrs. Will likely grow into a full time position. The Case Manager will provide services to 6-8 children. Supervise the placement for each assigned foster child and provide support for the child and foster parents. This includes: Ensuring that each child's needs are met. Making sure that each foster home is in compliance with all Olive Crest Foster Family Agency policies, County policies and Title 22 policies. Instructing, counseling, training, and supporting foster parents in dealing with the foster child's needs and problems. Must have an MSW, MFT or Master’s degree in a related field.

Inland Empire/Desert Communities

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Corporate and Development:

Administrative Assistant (Palm Desert) PT/20-30 hrs. Responsible for providing administrative support to the Coachella Valley Development Coordinator and assisting in overall management of the Coachella Valley office activities, as well as providing general support in the Palm Desert office. Must have significant relevant experience including excellent written and oral communication skills and advanced proficiency with MS Office, particularly with Word, PowerPoint and Publisher.

Manager, Church Engagement (Riverside) FT/40 hrs. Responsible for coordinating church engagement activities with Foster/Adoption, Chaplaincy, Safe Families and other programs in the Inland Empire and for increasing participation with the local faith community. Responsible for developing and implementing coordinated strategies and approaches for community churches in concert with other IE staff involved in various types of church engagement. Must have the ability to communicate effectively and build relationship with members of the local faith community, as well as with other staff involved in church engagement activities. Requires a Bachelor’s degree plus a minimum of five years professional level experience, great organizational and presentation skills, as well as proficiency with MS Office, including Excel and PowerPoint.

Residential:

Youth Partner (Perris) Various Hours. Responsible to 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. Must have BA and/or 1-2 years of residential exp. Available shifts include: On-Call and Full Time positions. 

Wraparound:

Facilitator (Riverside) 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. Must have previous relevant experience and a BA/BS (MA/MS preferred). Previous Wraparound experience extremely helpful. Bilingual (ENGLISH/SPANISH) highly desirable, but not required. Must be a self starter who also works well as part of a team. Should be detail oriented with excellent organizational and communication skills. Must have a good driving record and be able to pass a criminal background clearance.

Safe Families for Children:

No Openings

Project Independence:

No Openings

Mental Health:

No Openings

Los Angeles County 

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Corporate and Development:

Executive Director (Bellflower) FT/40 hrs. Responsible for overseeing the Los Angeles Development of Social Welfare Programs. Provide leadership and sound fiscal management, ensure adequate staffing for all programs, and supervision of corporate fund raising. Qualified candidates should have a minimum of seven years of leadership experience and possess a related Bachelor’s degree or higher. Master’s degree related experience in non-profit leadership strongly preferred.

Human Resources Director (Bellflower) FT/40 hrs.  Responsible to oversee employee recruitment and human resource needs and issues for assigned programs.  Qualified candidates should have a related Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience AND two years HR/Management experience.

Wraparound:

Facilitator (Bellflower) FT/40 hrs. Bilingual English/Spanish speaking required. 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 should have a Bachelor’s Degree with two years of social work or case work employment in the field of family or child welfare services, or Master's Degree in related field.

Mental Health:

Clinician (Bellflower) FT/40 hrs. MFT/MSW and bilingual English/Spanish speaking required. Experience with foster/adoption preferred. Provide therapeutic services to children and adolescents enrolled in the Wraparound program. Develop and implement client treatment plans/case management. Complete Medi-Cal documentation within the Department of Mental Health timelines. Serve as liaison between program and community treatment resources. Provide targeted case management through active linkage and referrals. Communicate relevant clinical information to team members, CSWs and probation officers for treatment planning, and to reduce problematic client behaviors.

Mental Health Clerk (Bellflower) FT/40hrs. Provide data tracking, and filing of mental health services documentation in accordance with County Medi-Cal and Department of Mental Health standards and regulations.  Assist in the quality assurance review of mental health charts and documentation.  Provide clerical support to department personnel. Must have experience in office management, computer literate, basic accounting, filing, and other office skills. Familiarity with Medi-Cal guidelines, LA County DMH Integrated System (IS) and managed care billing processes and experience in Quality Assurance/Quality Management processes preferred.

Residential:

No Openings

Adoption Promotion and Support Services:

No Openings 

Foster and Adoptions:

Foster Family Case Manager (Glendale) FT/40hrs. Provide services to 12-15 children (caseload will be prorated based on hours worked per week). Supervise the placement for each assigned foster child and provide support for the child and foster parents. This includes: Ensuring that each child's needs are met. Making sure that each foster home is in compliance with all Olive Crest Foster Family Agency policies, County policies and Title 22 policies. Instructing, counseling, training, and supporting foster parents in dealing with the foster child's needs and problems. Master's Degree from an accredited college or university in social services or a related field required.

Safe Families for Children:

Program Coordinator (Bellflower) FT/40 hrs. Responsible for developing, implementing, and facilitating recruitment strategies and training for Safe Family programs in greater Long Beach. Responsibilities include general community organizing around the Safe Families movement in the greater Long Beach area. The SFFC LB Coordinator will be responsible for community engagement, education, recruitment of families, churches, and resource partners.  Other responsibilities will be recruiting and coordinating key volunteers in the process of implementing Safe Families in Long Beach. In addition, the SFFC LB Coordinator will screen prospective Safe Family parents using intake/referral tools to determine fitness for program, connection to appropriate Host Families, and facilitate successful church and community engagement as a support to the family. Must have a Bachelor's degree and related experience working in the Faith Community and/or Volunteer Recruitment and Marketing.

Nevada

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Corporate and Development:

Executive Administrative Assistant (FT/40 hrs.) Responsible for completing a high level of confidential diverse administrative support to the Executive Director. Executive Administrative Assistant must have strong business acumen and a passion for advocacy on behalf of child abuse. Candidate will manage and execute in an anticipatory view, all administrative tasks required to efficiently and effectively support the Executive Director and including but not limited to: managing calendars and scheduling appointments, coordinate travel plans, completing expense reports and taking phone inquiries. Must possess excellent organization, problem-solving and time management skills and the ability to handle confidential matters, is discrete and maintains a very high level of professionalism. A background with nonprofit organizations, grant management, and grant writing experience is preferred. A Bachelor's Degree is also preferred or related experience equivalent with at least four years experience providing support to senior level executive.

Foster and Adoptions:

No Openings

Family Preservation:

No Openings

Project Independence:

No Openings

Mental Health:

QMHP/Clinician - Bilingual (PT/20 hours working up to FT/40 hours) 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 Bilingual-English/Spanish.

Pacific Northwest

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Corporate and Development:

Campaign Coordinator (Bellevue) PT/Temporary 20 – 30hrs. Campaign Coordinator will work closely with the Chief Development Officer and the PNW Executive Director during the capital campaign. Duties include but are not limited to: work with the Campaign Director to design and implement campaign strategies and plans, ensure campaign goals are reached, provide support and leadership to the Campaign Director, Chair and Core Members as needed, identify and nurture top corporations, foundations and individuals as assigned throughout the campaign and attend all campaign-wide meetings and events as needed. BA in communications, fundraising or equivalent required. Prefer experience with donor engagement and proficient in using Microsoft Office Suite.

Fostering Together: 

Recruiter/Liaison (Reg 3 includes: Jefferson/Clallam counties) PT/20 hrs. Recruiter should be current or previous foster parent and can work from home. Responsibilities include leading foster parent support groups in assigned counties, acting as recruiter/liaison between current & potential foster parents and the state of Washington. Expertise in Tribal and Hispanic cultures also needed.

Recruiter/Liaison (Reg 3 includes:Mason/Thurston counties) PT/18-23 hrs job share. Recruiter should be current or previous foster parent and can work from home. Responsibilities include leading foster parent support groups in assigned counties, acting as recruiter/liaison between current & potential foster parents and the state of Washington. Expertise in Tribal and Hispanic cultures also needed.

Foster and Adoptions: 

Certification Coordinator (Bellevue) FT/32 hrs. Assist in the oversight of marketing, recruitment and certification of qualified foster homes; Assist in the oversight for continued compliance with DLR requirements, investigation of licensing complaints, and retention of foster homes. Create and implement a recruiting and marketing plan for various cultures and faith-based referrals, including church presentations and recruitment in the various faith communities. Collaborate with other private agencies and contractors regarding recruitment strategies and licensing issues. Consult with intake and case management staff regarding placement, home study and licensing issues. Willing to work evenings and weekends in order to meet with families who are unable to meet during regular working hours. Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in social services or a related field.

Safe Families For Children: 

No Openings

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: September 18, 2014.