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Orange County

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Corporate and Development: 

Marketing and PR Director (Santa Ana) FT/40 hrs. Responsible for developing, organizing, and implementing effective marketing, public relations, and fundraising strategies which will enable Olive Crest to reach program and fundraising goals. Must have project management experience and five years of progressive marketing/development experience with at least two years as a supervisor.

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. 

THPP Program Manager (Santa Ana) FT/40 hrs. Responsible for overseeing the THPP program, including supervision of youth care workers and case managers, as well as ensuring safety and care for all residents. Must have related program experience and Bachelor's degree in a related field. Master's degree is preferred. Supervisory experience is a plus.

Residential Manager (Santa Ana) FT/40 hrs. Responsible for providing case management services to program residents in conjunction with the clinician assigned by outside service provider. Supervise and direct child care staff.  In coordination with treatment team, follow through on resident treatment plans. Complete residential administrative duties. Qualified candidates must have related experience and a Bachelor’s degree in a related field.

Family Preservation:

No Openings  

Foster and Adoptions:

No Openings

Safe Families for Children:

Program Assistant (Santa Ana) FT/40 hrs. Responsible for supporting and assisting the Safe Families for Children program in overall implementation. The Program Assistant will work alongside the Southern California Program Coordinators to provide support to local resource/referring partners and local faith community partners. The Program Assistant will provide administrative assistance in the following areas: following up with launching teams at new faith communities, processing host families and maintaining records, tracking progress of volunteer recruitment/engagement efforts, developing of internal volunteer teams (i.e., transportation, intake, etc.). Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree and some experience in a related human services field.

Olive Crest Academy:

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:

No Openings 

Residential:

Residential Treatment Supervisor (Riverside/Perris) FT/40 hrs. Responsible for the coordination and standardization of our residential treatment programs and for the design and implementation of plans of care. Ensure compliance with Title 22 standards and regulations, as well as ensure case managers and clinicians comply with DMH paperwork timelines. Provides training and supervision for clinicians and has direct oversight in the implementation of the treatment program. Previous clinical experience in a residential environment and working with at-risk youth highly desirable. Must be licensed MFT or LCSW. Previous supervisory experience preferred. 

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. 

Case Manager/Clinician, Transitional Youth (Riverside) FT/40 hrs. Provide case management services to non-minor dependents that are participating in the THP + Foster Care program. Meet weekly with program youth to work on goals set forth to increase their success in all areas of life. Represent Olive Crest in various collaborative relationships with apartment complexes, job placements, school officials, county liaisons, and other community partners. Bilingual (English/Spanish) helpful but not required. This position requires some previous experience working with at-risk youth. Must be MFT with valid intern number or license. Please note that this qualification is required by our contract; if you do not have a current MFTI number, your resume cannot be considered. Position can provide supervised hours toward licensure.

 

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 as well as a BA/BS in a related field (MA/MS preferred). Previous Wraparound experience extremely helpful. Must be a self-starter who also works well as part of a team. Should be detail-oriented with proven organizational, prioritization, and communication skills. Bilingual (English/Spanish) highly desirable but not required.

Parent Partner (Coachella) FT/40 hrs. Provide guidance and support to families or caregivers in a variety of environments. This position will also frequently work independently in the family's home and in a variety of community and/or treatment settings. Serves as a liaison for parent involvement and co-facilitates parent support. Must have previous relevant experience advocating for at-risk children/and or children with special needs, such as being the parent or close family member of a child with special needs. Please make sure your relevant experience is clearly referenced in your cover letter and/or resume; applicants without relevant experience will not be considered. Must also be a team player who is flexible and dependable, and has good organizational and communication skills.

Safe Families for Children:

No Openings

Foster and Adoptions:

No Openings 

Mental Health:

Mental Health Clinician/Residential (Perris) FT/40 hrs. Provide therapeutic services to adolescent clients living in our residential group homes located in Perris, California. Duties include developing a therapeutic relationship with each client, developing treatment plans (within the agency's treatment model), and coordinating client mental health services. Must be MFT with intern number or license (position can provide supervised hours toward licensure). Prefer previous experience working with at-risk adolescents. Crisis intervention training also required. 

Bilingual Mental Health Clinician/Wraparound (Palm Desert) FT/40 hrs. Provide therapeutic services to children and adolescents enrolled in the Wraparound program. Develop and implement client treatment plans and provide case management. Must be MFT or MSW with intern number or license (position can provide supervised hours toward licensure). Position requires previous experience working with at-risk children and/or adolescents as well as crisis intervention training. Must be a flexible, creative thinker with great organizational and communication skills. Bilingual (English/Spanish) strongly desired. Must be able to pass a criminal background clearance and possess a valid CDL with a good driving record.  

Los Angeles County 

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Corporate and Development:

No Openings

Wraparound:

Child and Family Specialist (Bellflower) 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 families' homes, and in a variety of community and/or treatment settings. Must be able to participate in the 24-hour on-call crisis response system. 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 have a valid driver’s license, reliable vehicle, clean driving record, and current auto insurance. Position is located in our Bellflower office, servicing SPA 7, which covers Norwalk, Santa Fe Springs, Pico Rivera, Huntington Park, Hawaiian Gardens, and the surrounding areas.

Facilitator (Bellflower) FT/40 hrs. Facilitator is responsible for providing Wraparound services to children and families. This position includes ensuring that each child’s needs are meet, responding 24/7 to crisis situations that may arise, and facilitating child and family team meetings. Candidate must cultivate contacts and relationships with Family Team members and outside agencies and individuals that have both direct and indirect bearing on the case. In coordination with other Wraparound personnel and the Child and Family Teams (CFT), initiate and complete all documentation, including assessment plans, quarterly reports, and all other documentation described in the policies and procedures manual. Facilitator will promote family-centered practice strategies and promote family decision making, and will maintain a flexible approach and schedule to meet families' needs. Qualified candidates must be bilingual (English and Spanish) and have a Bachelor’s degree with one year of experience working with high-risk youth. Position is located in our Bellflower office, serving SPA 8, which covers Long Beach, Carson, Torrance, El Segundo, Beach cities (Manhattan, Redondo, Hermosa), Gardenia, Hawthorne,  and surrounding areas. 

Parent Partner (Bellflower) 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 Bellflower office, servicing SPA 7, which covers Norwalk, Santa Fe Springs, Pico Rivera, Huntington Park, Hawaiian Gardens, and the 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:

Family Resource Center (FRC) & Transitional Housing Placement (THP) Programs Manager (Bellflower) FT/40 hrs. The FRC & THP Programs Manager works closely with the Regional Programs Director to launch, coordinate, and grow all components of the FRC and Project Independence program components in the LA Region. Oversee the THP contract with Los Angeles County, budgets and financial processes for both THP and FRC, Project Independence activities, training, staff development, and volunteers/donors participating within the program. In coordination with the Community Involvement and Fund Development departments in the region, network with and support volunteers, mentors, and donors who connect with this population. Other duties include but are not limited to: in lieu of and/or in coordination with THP Supervisor, handle all aspects of the intake process (review, screen, interview, and communicate decision of appropriateness of applicants for the program), and be on-call for THP staff to respond to emergencies or urgent matters for THP+FC participants. Qualified candidates must have an MSW or MA/MS in Human Services, Psychology, or other related field; minimum of two years of experience in human services; prior experience working with youth; supervisory experience; a valid driver’s license, and acceptable driving record

Adoption Promotion and Support Services:

No Openings

Foster and Adoptions:

Foster Family Specialist (Glendale) FT/40 hrs. Provide the marketing, recruitment, and certification of qualified foster families, back-up families, and babysitters. Will assist potential foster families, back-up families, and babysitters in the completion of their requirements for certification. Responsible for certification of potential foster and adoptive families, including in-home orientations, assessments, training, and other duties as assigned. Qualified candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in the field of Marketing, Communications, or a related field; knowledge and experience in areas of recruitment and public relations; ability to drive to homes within the assigned geographical area; and a philosophy of support for abused children in line with the values, mission, and treatment philosophy of Olive Crest.

Safe Families for Children:

No Openings

Nevada

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Corporate and Development:

No Openings

Strong Families:

Child and Family Specialist - DREAMR -  ( Las Vegas) PT/20 hrs/wk - could lead to FT 40 hrs/wk) Olive Crest is seeking an individual with the ability to provide parenting skills training to current or former foster youth involved in the DREAMR project. This position assists the youth develop and enhance their parenting skills while also assisting to strengthen the attachment between parent and child. This position also assists with coordinating DREAMR Project activities for youth and their family. Familiarity with foster care, as well as, providing in-home services  to families is preferred. Strong communication skills, organizational skills, attention to detail, and computer skills including Microsoft Excel, Word and Outlook are necessary. A background in child development and parental training is preferred. Schedule will be afternoons and evenings, but hours are flexible.  Ability to pass the Department of Family Services clearance process is a must, as well as, a record clearance free of criminal convictions. You must possess a valid Nevada driver’s license, car insurance, acceptable driving record, and a reliable car.

Family Preservation:

No Openings

Project Independence:

No Openings  

Mental Health:

Treatment Specialist (Las Vegas) FT/40 hrs. Treatment Specialists provide therapeutic case management services to children in treatment foster homes and shelter foster homes. Case loads include a combination of shelter children, treatment foster children, and psychosocial rehabilitation (PSR) clients and families. This position also is responsible for completing adoption home studies and social summaries. Requires BA degree in Psychology, Social Work, Human Services, or a related field. Master's degree preferred, plus crisis intervention training, and previous PSR experience and/or experience working with children and families. Must be bilingual (English/Spanish), and have very strong written and verbal communication skills.

 

Pacific Northwest

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Corporate and Development:

No Openings 

Fostering Together: 

No Openings 

Foster and Adoptions: 

Support Counselor (Bellevue) PT/15-30 hours. Support Counselor will provide services to foster families and youth, transport clients, and monitor visitations. Duties include but are not limited to: independent living skills and social skills development; in-home support to foster parents; assistance in linking youth to, or maintaining, community services, such as educational or occupational commitments or activities; and one-on-one supervision of foster youth, if deemed necessary. Report to assigned Case Manager through verbal and written communication. BA in Human Services required. Must have flexible work hours, including some evenings and weekends, and six months of paid experience working with children and families.

Safe Families For Children: 

Safe Families/FRC Coordinator (Tacoma) 15-20 hrs. 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 on-going 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 school programs.  FRC (Family Resource Center):  Responsible for communication and coordination of services at Stewart Middle School in Tacoma. Required to attend occasional meetings at Tacoma school, and Bellevue office. Flexible work hours, may require some evenings and weekends when needed. 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: August 20, 2015.