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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/40 hrs. 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, web site-building knowledge (such as HTML or WYSIWYG), and be well-versed in Microsoft Office programs. 

Network Administrator (Santa Ana) FT/40 hrs. Provide technical support to the Southern California regional offices, schools, and homes. Qualified candidates should have a minimum of three years of experience in the Windows networking environment. Experience with HP switches and servers is desired. Working knowledge of firewall administration and remote access is desired. Networking or Microsoft certifications a plus.

HR Recruiter (Santa Ana) FT/40 hrs. Recruit staff for assigned divisions/departments. Process paperwork on new employees. Perform various marketing functions to enhance the quality and volume of applicants. Must have related experience.

Grants Coordinator (Santa Ana) FT/40 hrs. The National Grants Coordinator will research, write and submit grant reports, maintaining grant files on the corporate development database and handling administrative duties and communication for the National Grants Department. Must have related experience. Bachelor’s degree is preferred.

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 three-five years of leadership and administrative experience, relevant program experience and a Master's degree in Psychology, Social Work or related field.

THPP Youth Care Worker (Santa Ana) FT/40 hrs. Responsible for a major part of the care and supervision of youths, including implementing the treatment plan, and 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 youths learn experience skills which are necessary for successful transition into self-sufficiency. Qualified candidates should have a Master's degree with one year of related experience. 

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 one year of full-time residential experience preferred. 

Family Preservation:

Wraparound Care Coordinator (Santa Ana) FT/40 hrs. Work directly with families to develop services for families referred for Wraparound services. Facilitates the Family Team process. Must have a related Bachelor's degree and two-three years of related experience.

Foster and Adoptions:

No Openings

Safe Families for Children:

No Openings

Olive Crest Academy:

Assistant Teacher (Orange) FT/40 hrs. 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 and for the physical, psychological, and social well-being of the students. Responsible for carrying out instruction for students according to each student’s IEP. Qualified candidates should have a California State Mild/Mod Credential and relevant work 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:

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-two years of residential experience. Available shifts include on-call and full-time positions. 

Wraparound:

Behavioral Specialist (Palm Desert) FT/40 hrs. 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. Completes initial and ongoing training to include Wraparound values, program design and implementation, and provides support services and skills training to children and family members, including, but not limited to, behavioral modification programs, independent living skills, home management/household services, transportation assistance and temporary in-home caretaking. Position requires a Bachelor's degree in Social Sciences and a minimum of one year experience working with at-risk children/youth or a minimum of four years of relevant experience working with at-risk children/youth. Must have a good driving record and be able to pass a criminal background clearance. Bilingual (English/Spanish) strongly preferred.

Facilitator (Palm Desert) 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. 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. Bilingual (English/Spanish) also required.

Parent Partner (Palm Desert) FT/40 hrs. Responsible for providing guidance and support to families or caregivers in a variety of environments. This position works independently in the family’s home and in a variety of community and/or treatment settings. Serves as a liaison for parent involvement in the Wraparound process and co-facilitates parent support group. Must have previous direct experience advocating for at-risk and/or special needs children as the parent/foster parent or close relative of a child with special needs. Must also be organized, able to prioritize, have a good driving record, and be able to pass a criminal background clearance. Bilingual (English/Spanish) also required.

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 supervise corporate fundraising. 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.

Wraparound:

No Openings

Mental Health:

No Openings

Residential:

No Openings

Adoption Promotion and Support Services:

No Openings 

Foster and Adoptions:

No Openings

Safe Families for Children:

Program Coordinator (Long Beach) 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:

No Openings

Foster and Adoptions:

No Openings

Family Preservation:

No Openings

Project Independence:

Program Specialist (Las Vegas) FT/40 hrs. Provide care coordination, case management, supervision of clients, including implementing the Future Plan, and ISS. This includes the development and maintenance of strong relationships, and facilitating independent living skills training. Ensure client is on track to achieve one or more common measures. Provide resources, guidance and support to youth in the program. Help clients accomplish goals and prepare to be self-sufficient. Collaborate with Program Supervisor on the development and implementation of the program. Requires BA/BS in Human Services or related field (or equivalent experience), and two years working with at-risk youth. Must be an effective communicator, organized, and able to function both independently and as part of a team. 

Mental Health:

QMHP/Clinician PT/20 hours working up to FT/40 hrs. 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:

No Openings 

Fostering Together: 

Recruiter/Liaison (Reg 1 Kittitas County) PT/10 hrs. Recruiter should be current or previous foster parent, and 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. Expertise in tribal and Hispanic cultures also needed.

Recruiter/Liaison (Reg 1 Stevens, Ferry and Pend Orielle 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 and acting as recruiter/liaison between current and potential foster parents and the state of Washington. Expertise in tribal and Hispanic cultures also needed.

Foster and Adoptions: 

Support Counselor (Spokane) PT/on-call. Support counselor will provide support 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. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Must have flexible work hours, some evenings and weekends when needed, and one year of experience working with at-risk children.

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: October 23, 2014.