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VICENTE CAMPUS RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM

RELIEF COUNSELOR * INTENSIVE SERVICES (Relief) RESIDENTIAL COUNSELOR – LANE, UPNIGHT * (20 Hours) * 1 Position RESIDENTIAL COUNSELOR * STOW * (30 Hours) 2 Positions RESIDENTIAL COUNSELOR * STOW * (40 Hours) 1 Position Functions and Minimum Qualifications: To oversee and ensure consistent care of children in a level 14 residential setting. Ability to physically hold and/or restrain children, following *Handle with Care* principles & Techniques; Valid California Driver’s License; Ability to move or lift children (50-100 lbs); Ability to communicate verbally, in supervision, meetings, and with members of the team; Demonstrated written proficiency; Demonstrated experience, commitment and competence working with emotionally disturbed children; Ability to develop, cultivate and adapt to the diverse cultural backgrounds of our client.

TEAM LEADER * STOW (Full Time) * 1 Position RELIEF TEAM LEADER (Relief) Functions and Minimum Qualifications:

Establishes and maintains a favorable group climate to nurture clients and, during shifts, maintain a setting that allows for the healthy development of clients in the milieu.  Essential Functions: Functions as a residential counselor and is responsible for the implementation of agency policies and treatment plans for the children in his/her care, leads planning for the daily shift tasks for Residential Counselors, including groups, activities, intervention strategies and house upkeep tasks, ensures that the expected tasks of residential counselors are completed adequately, and is responsible for facilitating active solutions when there are barriers to task-completion, will consider meal times with the children to be work hours, provides for proper physical safety and care of each child in his/her care, records events and prepares materials relevant to treatment of cases in an appropriate format, i.e. daily log entries, special incident reports and mandated paperwork associated with the diversion program. Takes responsibility for knowing the contents of policies relevant to his/her roles that impact the children in his/her care, completes specific administrative tasks such as maintaining cottage budgets, clothing inventories and purchase orders for children, and the children*s weekly allowance, attend program wide weekly scheduling meetings, safeguards the dignity and protect the rights and individuality of each child in his/her care and act to enhance the children*s self-respect, attends and participates in diversion program management team meetings and trainings as assigned by the program manager, designs, operates and implements a program of activities, which incorporates program values and goals in collaboration with the program manager for one side of the week, orients relief staff to children*s care plans and ensures that the staff members are correctly implementing the program philosophy regarding treatment, meets weekly with the diversion program manager to coordinate all cottage functions, attends and contributes to weekly program staff meetings, assigned supervisory meetings, Care Team meetings, and/or acquires relevant material shared at these meetings, provides leadership and facilitates weekly team meetings for one side of the week in the absence of the diversion program manager, offers coordination and training as delegated by the diversion program manager, carries out leadership role, to include decision-making in collaboration with or in the absence of the diversion program manager, attends a minimum of 40 hours of training per fiscal year, executes other duties such as playing an active role in the milieu and assisting in shift coverage and other tasks as assigned by the  diversion program manager. May spontaneously be assigned to work in another residential milieu, follows Handle With Care principles and teachings and collaborates with families regarding the treatment of their child in the hospital diversion program. Applied Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: B.A. in social sciences preferred, demonstrates above average proficiency in basic childcare skills and in a particular area of program expertise, demonstrates ability to work effectively with staff and children from diverse ethno cultural backgrounds, excellent verbal and written communication skills, demonstrates ability to function as a team leader, possesses ability to develop, cultivate and adapt to the diverse cultural backgrounds of our clients and must have a valid California Driver*s License.

TREATMENT MANAGER – STOW (Full Time) * 1 Position Functions and Minimum Qualifications:

This position functions as the single point of accountability in the Residential Cottage for all  individual/group supervision to full-time and part-time staff members assigned to the cottage. Provide periodic on-line supervision of staff to be followed up by a feedback session in individual or group supervision. Provides direct assessment of counseling staff skills and sets goals to further enhance skills and evaluation of job performance at 30 days, six months and annually. Selects qualified counselors and secures proper personnel documents. Provides management team leadership for the assigned unit, ensuring that the management team embodies principles of collaboration, effective decision making, follow through, accountability and commitment to the highest standards of multi-disciplinary treatment. Demonstrates commitment to continuous growth and learning through consultation, in service opportunities and attendance at trainings as assigned by the Director of Behavioral Health * Intensive Services. Designs and implements staff schedules that are most suitable for the cottage. Coordinates regular training for on-line staff relevant to the needs of the clients. Responsible and accountable for the development, coordination, implementation and oversight of the treatment philosophy within the unit. Participates in Continuous Quality Improvement activities to ensure ongoing effective and improving treatment. Responsible for coordinating the development of strength based, comprehensive and individualized treatment, care management and crisis plans for the assigned unit.  Participates in the intake process as required by the Director of Behavioral Health * Intensive Services, in collaboration with the Intake Department. Coordinates and facilitates the collection of all relevant and necessary written documentation from prior placements and treatment. Maintains responsibility for implementation of treatment plans as determined by the treatment team at regularly scheduled reviews. Attends quarterly treatment reviews for each child residing in the cottage. Maintains responsibility for ensuring a safe, nurturing living environment that is structured, supervised and predictable. Ensures cottage adherence to Community Care Licensing and regulatory standards regarding children*s rights. Designs, implementation and documentation of Mental Health Rehabilitation groups. Designs, implementation and documentation of Day Treatment Intensive Services 6 weeks per year. Retains on-call responsibilities for cottage. Develops an agenda and facilitates the weekly cottage staff meetings. Ensures the implementation and follows agency policies and procedures. Determines personal work schedule to meet needs and objectives of the program.  Substitutes for absent counselors when necessary and supplements childcare staff where most needed. Develops and maintains a written cottage operations manual. Acts as a liaison between children, residential counselors, administration and other elements of Edgewood staff to promote the greatest possible cooperation and achievement of agency goals and objectives. Participates in agen cy meetings as assigned by the Behavioral Health Director * Intensive Services. Maintains responsibility for all aspects of assigned cottage budget and accountable for staying on budget throughout the year. Ensures building maintenance upkeep and a safe physical environment for children, staff and visitors. Implements agency emergency and disaster response procedures for cottages. Reviews daily group log. Reviews and submits SIRs in a timely fashion. Submits SIRs that have section 3 marked, within 24 hours of incident and make sure that notification procedures occurred as per agency policy. Participates in weekly supervision with Director of Behavioral Health * Intensive Services. Attends a minimum of 40 hours of training per year.  Ensures an equal opportunity environment and implements and monitors the agency affirmative action plan within the unit, working to create and maintain cultural competency through hiring techniques, staff training and education for the clients. Conducts Handle With Care and Social Skills refresher trainings a minimum of two hours per quarter for the cottage staff. Completes attendance and meal count sheets. Ensures staff appropriately document service provision in a timely fashion. Approves staff documentation (i.e. approves notes) in a timely manner. Applied Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: MSW or Masters in Psychology or Counseling from accredited graduate school preferred,  2 years childcare or clinical experience with SED population and their families, 2 years supervisory experience in a similar setting , demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with members of an interdisciplinary team, Ability to physically restrain/ hold children, must be certified as a  Handle With Care trainer or will be need to become certified within 1 year, possesses ability to develop, cultivate and adapt to the diverse cultural backgrounds of our clients. Excellent documentation skills.

HOSPITAL DIVERSION

THERAPIST / CARE MANAGER (Part Time, 20 Hours) * 1 Position Functions and Minimum Qualifications: This position provides direct clinical and care management services to hospital diversion clients. Essential Functions: Provides assessments for hospital diversion clients for 2 week plus length of stay. Meet with clients no less than 3 times per week for assessment purposes. Meet or have contact with families/legal guardians no less than 2 times per week. Consult with insurance provider as mandated by contract. Complete assessment and submit to insurance provider within 5 days of discharge. Collaborate with milieu staff to provide and gather clinically relevant information. Facilitate groups as needed. Provides culturally sensitive individual counseling to assigned children and families. Ensures clinical work is communicated and translated into a useful clinical context for a multi-disciplinary team. Develops treatment groups within assigned units. Provides clinical consultation and crisis intervention, facilitating the development of crisis and behavioral plans. Ensures discharge plans are comprehensive and include recommendations for continuing mental health, education, health, recreation, family and community needs and is focused on supporting stability for the child and family. Completes all necessary and assigned clinical records and documents within assigned time frames. Completes all outcome measures within assigned time frames and  incorporates them with customer satisfaction and other quality assurance activities within clinical treatment. Participates and collaborates in all assigned meetings. Commits to continuous growth and learning through consultation, training and in service opportunities. Participates in agency Outcome Research and Continuous Quality Improvement as assigned. Participates in weekly supervision with Director of Clinical Services. Follow all agency protocol, policy and procedures. Assume other responsibilities as assigned.  Applied Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: MSW or Masters in Psychology or Counseling from accred ited graduate school, current LCSW or MFT license or demonstrated commitment and progress toward its attainment, experience providing direct clinical and care management services to severely emotionally disturbed children and their families, ability to work collaboratively with members of an interdisciplinary team. IS MENTAL HEALTH

BILINGUAL THERAPIST / CARE MANAGER (Full Time) * 1 Position* Functions and Minimum Qualifications: This position provides direct clinical and care management services to hospital diversion clients. Essential Functions: Provides assessments for hospital diversion clients for 2 week plus length of stay. Meet with clients no less than 3 times per week for assessment purposes. Meet or have contact with families/legal guardians no less than 2 times per week. Consult with insurance provider as mandated by contract. Complete assessment and submit to insurance provider within 5 days of discharge. Collaborate with milieu staff to provide and gather clinically relevant information. Facilitate groups as needed. Provides culturally sensitive individual counseling to assigned children and families. Ensures clinical work is communicated and translated into a useful clinical context for a multi-disciplinary team. Develops treatment groups within assigned units. Provides clinical consultation and crisis intervention, facilitating the development of crisis and behavioral plans. Ensures discharge plans are comprehensive and include recommendations for continuing mental health, education, health, recreation, family and community needs and is focused on supporting stability for the child and family. Completes all necessary and assigned clinical records and documents within assigned time frames. Completes all outcome measures within assigned time frames and  incorporates them with customer satisfaction and other quality assurance activities within clinical treatment. Participates and collaborates in all assigned meetings. Commits to continuous growth and learning through consultation, training and in service opportunities. Participates in agency Outcome Research and Continuous Quality Improvement as assigned. Participates in weekly supervision with Director of Clinical Services. Follow all agency protocol, policy and procedures. Assume other responsibilities as assigned.  Applied Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: MSW or Masters in Psychology or Counseling from accredited graduate school, current LCSW or MFT license or demonstrated commitment and progress toward its attainment, experience providing direct clinical and care management services to severely emotionally disturbed children and their families, ability to work collaboratively with members of an interdisciplinary team. This position requires a bilingual (Spanish) candidate. WRAPAROUND

FAMILY SPECIALIST (Full Time) * 1 Position Functions and Minimum Qualifications:

The Family Specialist provides family-based mental health counseling, support, crisis intervention, and case management services to children, youth and families.  Family Specialists are members of a treatment team, and provide services at the program site and in the community, including, but not limited to, hospitals, schools, and family homes. Essential Functions: Maintains supervision of children at all times and maintains distinct and structured adult/child boundaries. Working with assigned clients, from ages 6 to 16, sets effective behavior limits consistent with those outlined in the Plan of Care. Follows through on implementation of treatment plans for children.  Teaches, models, and supervises social, cleaning and grooming skills in the home, school and other relevant community settings. Collaborates with other care providers on the development of a plan of care and behavior goals.  Contributes to and follows plan for partnering with families in the milieu. Responds calmly and professionally to crisis, working towards agreement/consensus with clients and their families to de-escalate tense situations. Trained in Handle wit h Care. Consults with caregivers on agreements to call police if de-escalation techniques do not work or if clients are a danger to themselves or others. Works towards agreement and building consensus with treatment participants on plan of care approaches to behavior. Will involve travel to client or their families within San Francisco county and surrounding counties. Participates in Family Conferences, staff meetings, collaborative team meetings with youth, supervision * schedules other related meetings as needed. Ensures client engagement with positive program activities, such as music lessons, sports programs, and other activities that enhance individual development. Remains immediately accessible to clients and supervisor while performing duties in the field. Effectively and appropriately communicates with all team members (youth, families, natural supports, and county/community providers), on an on-going basis, ensuring others have necessary information. Therapeutically manages children in activities of daily living in: A. large groups B. small groups C. individually, maintains physical plant, and follows specific plans for house upkeep responsibilities and tasks.  For example: Communal living spaces. Attends team meetings, uses supervision and feedback to enhance job skills and grow professionally. Has proficient ability to complete all written documentation. Understands medication side effects, and procedures for administering medication when needed and if applicable. Follows Agency policies and procedures regarding: attendance and reliability.  Has the responsibility to adhere to protocols and schedules for taking breaks. Scheduling time off appropriately and well in advance, so as to not interfere with the efficient operation of the cottage. Is ready and available to work at the start time of the shift, attends trainings as assigned. Completion of all appropriate documentation in a timely fashion (SIR’s, log notes, treatment reviews, mental health progress notes and timesheets). Observance of all emergency protocol (medical, runaway, disaster, CPS, and administrative notification). Takes responsibility for participating in, leading and designing positive program activities and mental health rehabilitation groups if applicable. Performs assigned duties in accordance with Agency treatment philosophy and Mission Statement. Provides guidance, direction to all on call staff and volunteers if applicable. Performs other duties as needed. Provides safe, effective, efficient, culturally competent and consumer centered implementation of direct care in accordance with established policies, procedures and standards of care. Applied Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: BA preferred; two years of relevant experience working with children, youth and families. Possess capacity to interact with youth and families from a wide range of cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. Experience working with children and youth in Residential or Foster care a plus. Possess good documentation skills. Possess excellent interpersonal skills. Responds to crisis situations on short notice. Available to work evening and weekends. Ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team. Ability to work with a diverse population. Good organizational and writing skills. Use of an automobile, possession of California drivers License and automobile liability insurance for the minimum prescribed by law or the ability to provide for independent transportation. Ownership of Automobile preferred.

FQHC PARTNERSHIP (CBS SF)

FQHC (Federally Qualified Health Center) is a designation given by the feds for specific behavioral and medical conditions consultation.  This new program will provide behavioral health parent and youth consultation for specific psychiatric and medical conditions that will benefit from behavior modification plans.

BILINGUAL (Spanish) INTEGRATED CARE  BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CONSULTANT * (Part Time, 12 Hours) * 1 Position Functions and Minimum Qualifications:

This position provide s behavioral health assessments and brief interventions to children, youth, young adults and families receiving primary care services at a comprehensive community health center serving the Latino community. Consultations to primary care health professionals and psychoeducational wellness/prevention classes are also be a core responsibility of this position. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Collaborate with primary care physicians, nurses and other health professionals to integrate culturally competent behavioral health with primary care health services at a Federally Qualified Health Center serving the Latino community. Provide behavioral health screenings and assessment of mental health and substance abuse treatment needs for children, youth and young adults. Provide consultation to health care team and other professionals regarding mental health conditions and culturally sensitive behavioral health needs. Conduct risk assessments for suicidality, dangerousness to others, and health risks due to behavioral patterns and mental health conditions. Provide short-term behavioral health interventions, including one to one sessions, family meetings, agency staff trainings, psychoeducational classes and lectures. Provide behavioral health consultations to patients and their families diagnosed with serious medical conditions in collaboration with their medical care provider. Provide parent trainings and psycho-education to prevent, ameliorate, or stabilize mental health and chronic medical conditions. Conduct outreach and patient/family engagement to increase adherence to medical procedures and treatment regimen. Assist case managers in ensuring appropriate linkages to community services for ongoing behavioral health and social services needs. Complete clinical documentation in accordance with professional standards and agency requirements. Participate in care team meetings at the health center, and all required administrative and clinical supervisory meetings at Edgewood*s campus. Required Education, Skills and Abilities: Master*s degree in Psychology, Social Work or related field. Must be licensed as an LCSW or Psychologist. At least one year of experience working in an integrated health care setting, or comparable medical setting as a direct service provider, consultant, or supervisor of behavioral health services. Strong ability to explain and discuss mental health concepts to non-mental health professionals and the general public through verbal and written communications. Multicultural competence in providing services to diverse communities, especially Latino/Hispanic populations. Bilingual in English/Spanish is required. Must be able to assess mental health conditions in Spanish.

COMMUNITY SCHOOL (CAMPUS)

RELIEF COUNSELOR * DAY TREATMENT (Relief) Functions and Minimum Qualifications:

To oversee and ensure consistent care of children in a level 14 residential setting. Ability to physically hold and/or restrain children, following *Handle with Care* principles & Techniques; Valid California Driver’s License; Ability to move or lift children (50-100 lbs); Ability to communicate verbally, in supervision, meetings, and with members of the team; Demonstrated written proficiency; Demonstrated experience, commitment and competence working with emotionally disturbed children; Ability to develop, cultivate and adapt to the diverse cultural backgrounds of our client.

THERAPEUTIC ARTS AND ENRICHMENT SPECIALIST (25 Hrs.) (1 Position) Functions and Minimum Qualifications:

This position designs, plans and leads therapeutic recreational activities in an after school program serving youth and adolescents. The Specialist is responsible for developing and overseeing one elective course within the After School Program, including creating curriculum, teaching, obtaining materials in accordance with the program budget, overseeing projects which contribute to the After School and Day Treatment Arts Program and its events.  The Specialist will also supervise childr en effectively during the implementation of these activities and assist the after school coordinator with the maintenance of the recreational supplies.  In addition, the position will support the behavioral and emotional needs of the children enrolled in the program.  A BA/BS is preferred along with 1 year of experience in a mental health setting is required.  Candidates should possess a solid understanding of therapeutic recreation principles and how to effectively teach a variety of skills to children.

CBS SF * SCHOOL BASED SERVICES – HILLCREST ELEMENTARY

RELIEF ASP SUPPORT * (Relief) * 1 Position         Functions and Minimum Qualifications: Under the direction of the Program Coordinator, the ASP Support staff will implement recreation activities, e.g. organized games/physical activities, dance, martial arts, sports, etc. with groups of up to 20 students.  In addition, the ASP Support Staff will implement engaging literacy activities; e.g. spoken word, reading groups, creative writing, drama club, etc. with groups of up to 20 students. Essential Functions: Provide opportunities for students to do well and find enjoyment in recreation activities, develop and strengthen recreation and social skills, and support school day success.  In additional, ASP Support Staff will provide opportunities for students to do well and find enjoyment in literacy projects, develop and strengthen literacy and social skills, and support school day success.  Work as a member of a team to implement age appropriate after school learning and recreation/enrichment activities, and to implement age appropriate after school learning and enrichment activities.  Create and deliver recreation-based lesson plans and activities. Provide general supervision of students during the after school program during snack time, homework, recreation, and transitions . Facilitate activities and transitions.  Assist and support after school Program Leaders and instructors as needed. Participate in and evaluate the effectiveness of activities and events.  Instruct students on the safe and proper use of supplies and equipment. Implement discipline techniques and classroom management.  Participate in cleaning and maintaining the facilities and equipment.  Inspect the school site and the equipment for potential safety hazards; taking corrective action to prevent injuries.  Create and deliver literacy-based lesson plans and activities.  Assist and support after school Program Link Day Staff and instructors as needed. Participate in school site staff meetings and on-going training opportunities. Comply with all San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) policies and procedures. Perform related duties as assigned. Applied Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Minimum of two years college, AA degree, or passage of district competency test, one year experience working with youth of various cultures in an organized setting, English proficiency; Spanish Bilingual preferred, health screening/TB clearance, background/fingerprint clearance and  sensitivity to the cultural diversity of employees and clients.

CBS SF – ADMINISTRATIVE

ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR * (Full Time) * 1 Position         Functions and Minimum Qualifications:

Essential functions: Maintain portal database for Mental Health programs, including data entry, updates and changes. Responsible for printing out notes daily for TBS/ BSS and Mental Health from portal database. Assist Office Manager in monthly, quarterly, and yearly reports, as well in providing any administrative support to other CBS programs. Develop MH partnership paperwork on a monthly basis, Communicate with IT regarding portal issues. Update calendars with scheduling for therapy rooms. Responsible for entering data into the KSN database. Participates twice a year in the coordination of mandated mental health county surveys. Process monthly medical checks for KSN and MH programs. Track MH and TBS paperwork going to and coming from Finance. Responsible for submitting monthly CAFAS report ing. Process requests for client records from external parties. Provide front desk coverage weekly. Assist in the preparation of charts for archiving off-site. Applied Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Excellent documentation skills. Maintains a strong attention to detail, with excellent organizational and written communication skills. Maintains proficiency using MS office products, particularly Access, Word, Excel, Outlook, and Power Point.

CBS SM * KINSHIP

SUPPORT GROUP FACILITATOR (15 Hours) * 1 Position Functions and Minimum Qualifications:

SM Kinship is looking for a Support Group Facilitator to join their Kinship Team. This position provides support group facilitation and determine needs for new Kinship groups in San Francisco communities. Essential Functions include:  Develop, acquire and maintain meeting sites. Train and oversee co-facilitators, provide back up and mentoring. Negotiate and research services on behalf of the program members in the crisis. Coordinate monthly Grandparents Training Sessions. Work collaboratively with other agencies to coordinate speakers and trainings.  Facilitate Support Groups. Oversee respite, outreach and volunteer components of the program. Coordinate recreational and recognition activities for grandparents. Strong Interpersonal Skills. Facilitation Skills. Experience working with relative caregivers. Flexible availability. Knowledge of Community Resources in the SF/SM Area.

CBS SM * TURNING POINT

DIRECTOR * FULL SERVICE PARTNERSHIP (Full Time) * 1 Position Functions and Minimum Qualifications:

Oversees the functions of all Full Service Partnership programs in San Mateo County including Turning Point (TAY), Turning Point (C/Y), ISIS, TBS component, Family Support and Health and Wellness teams.  Providing oversight over quality assurance, data and outcome collection and serving as the primary liaison to Edgewood central administration and external partners including BHRS, HSA, Juvenile Justice, School Districts, and other CBOs. Essential Functions: Manages, supervises and provides leadership for, all Clinical, administrative and programmatic aspects of Full Service Partnership programs, provide strong management internally to assure best practices and provide supervision, training and leadership to managers of TAY, CY, ISIS, Community Resources, TBS, and Youth Centers, ensuring full implementation of programming, develop, maintain and strengthen Edgewood*s connection with county, district and other system providers in order to fully integrate the FSP program services within their systems of care. In coordination with BHRS, the Mental Health Association, and community providers of TAY services, create and lead the implementation of TAY housing options, including an Independent Living Skills component. Represents San Mateo programs in meetings, workshops and conferences within San Mateo County and the SF bay area. Develops a best practices program model; complete on-going review of current practices and emerging/evidence based practices; provides leadership to subcontractors and county partners in the implementation of the model. Ensures compliance with all Edgewood clinical/administrative policies and procedures and those of other regulatory bodies by monitoring and implementing necessary quality assurance and quality improvement activities/procedures in coordination with Quality Assurance, Outcomes and Senior Management. Develops program practices which ensure culturally sensitive, relevant and effective treatment to children, youth and families, including development of partnerships with parents/caregivers and other consumers of our services. Collaborates with the Kinship Director, the Collaborative Director, the Drop-In & Youth Center Managers, to ensure cross-program collaboration, and full access to services for all eligible clients. Collaborate with the Administrative staff to ensure compliance with all chart files and documentation requirements. At regular intervals, participates in the Manager On C all rotation during off hours and respond to crisis; when necessary, provide on-site crisis assessment and intervention to children and families. Responsible for the effective financial and operational management for all FSP services and programs including: creating a budget for the Flex Funds, developing a system to ensure the elimination of late and finance charges to the program credit card, and identifying new and maximizing existing donation and revenue streams. Enhances and grows existing services and/or expands wraparound services within the Agency*s Mission and complement Edgewood*s evolving System of Care. Oversees the collection and compilation of scales and data outcomes measurement surveys Provides Clinical supervision to Clinicians within the FSP and San Mateo region as needed. Provides Family Conferencing Facilitation as needed. Performs other duties as needed. Minimum Qualifications: A master*s or doctoral degree with a license (MFT or LCSW), 5 years of program administration and management experience in a therapeutic setting, a minimum of 5 years with direct supervisory experience, excellent interpersonal and communication skills; able to effectively articulate concepts, ideas, plans and directives to staff, colleagues, youth & families, community partners and agency leadership, excellent organizational, problem-solving and leadership skills, demonstrated success in assessing and expanding existing programs both geographically and programmatically, demonstrated success in collaborating with community partners, public and private, to broaden and strengthen programs, and increase awareness/access to services, knowledge of DSM-IV assessment, models of family therapy and best practices in community based treatment programs, knowledge of community mental health in the Bay Area, awareness of and sensitivity to multicultural issues, and a Valid CA Driver*s License.

FAMILY SPECIALIST (Full Time) * 1 Position Functions and Minimum Qualifications:

Working with assigned clients, from ages 6 to 25, sets effective behavior limits consistent with those outlined in the Plan of Care. Teaches, models, and supervises social, cleaning and grooming skills in the home, school and other relevant community settings.  Collaborates with other care providers on the development of a plan of care and behavior goals.  Responds calmly and professionally to crisis, working towards agreement/consensus with clients and their families to de-escalate tense situations.  Consults with caregivers on agreements to call police if de-escalation techniques do not work or if clients are a danger to themselves or others.  Works towards agreement and building consensus with treatment participants on plan of care approaches to behavior.  Participates in Family Conferences, staff meetings, collaborative team meetings with youth, supervision * schedules other related meetings as needed. Ensures client engagement with positive program activities, such as music lessons, sports programs, and other activities that enhance individual development. Completes all appropriate documentation in a timely manner. Periodically works with clients specifically assigned to TBS contract, based on program needs. Remains immediately accessible to clients and supervisor while performing duties in the field.  Minimum Requirements for this position are: BA required; Two years of relevant experience working with youth and families. Possess capacity to interact with youth and families from a wide range of cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. Possess good documentation skills. Possess excellent interpersonal skills. Responds to crisis situations on short notice.  Available to work evening and weekends

INTERIM YOUTH AND ACTIVITIES SUPERVISOR (30 Hours, Interim) * 1 Position Functions and Minimum Qualifications:

The Interim Youth and Activities Supervisor maintains the coordination and oversight of the operations of the San Bruno Drop In Center (DIC), including: supervision of staff; milieu management; co mmunication with caregivers, providers and teams; program development; and direct care of youth between the ages of 14-25. Essential Functions: Recruit, train and supervise 4-6 part-time staff to maintain a positive, safe, and engaging environment for San Mateo county youth between the ages of 14-25. Provide training, support and feedback to all Edgewood staff and volunteers who are on-site at the Drop In Center. Maintain and implement programming taking into consideration age appropriate needs/challenges, health and well-being, skill development, cultural considerations, and personal growth. In collaboration with FSP Director and DIC Staff; organize and facilitate Open House, tours and other opportunities for youth, families, community members, and providers to learn more about the Drop In Center and the services it provides. Foster and maintain positive and effective relationships with youth, family members/support systems and/or professionals: providing clear communication, problem-solving and collaboration. Continuously identify strengths/needs of youth and staff. In collaboration with FSP Director; review and revise programming to meet emerging needs/interests. Collaborate with community members or organizations to offer youth friendly services, workshops, resources, and groups, based on current identified youth needs. Completes documentation, billing, statistics, referrals, and required paperwork in a timely manner. Provide oversight and training to DIC staff on progress notes, statistics, and agency documentation. As part of FSP Management team: facilitate meetings and trainings for staff, communicate Drop In Center activities/needs, and share in planning/implementation of FSP initiatives. Provide leadership and training in crisis response on-site, and act as Manager on Call to DIC staff during open hours. Maintain sensitivity to cultural contexts of clients and provide training to staff on culturally relevant topics. Recruit, train and retain volunteers. Applied Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: BA Preferred; high school diploma or equivalent required, has at least one year of experience working with high-risk youth and young adults, demonstrated understanding of community based/wraparound programs, excellent oral and written communication skills, strong leadership qualities: demonstrated ability to coordinate and motivate others. Demonstrated ability to work with clients in a wide variety of cultural contexts and community settings. This is an interim position.

CLINICIAN * TAY * Full Time* 1 Position* Functions and Minimum Qualifications:

Working collaboratively as part of a multi-disciplinary Care Team, the Clinician co-authors Care Plans, with clients, that build on their strengths and assets and provides family, multi-family, group, couples and individual therapy as an integrated part of the treatment plan.  Essential Functions: Provides therapeutic services which may include therapy (family, individual, group), case management, assessment, advocacy, treatment planning and coordination for assigned clients and families; provides family, multi-family, and group therapy; brief parent and couples therapy and individual therapies such as DBT and CBT; executes a treatment plan that is focused and outcomes driven, utilizing promising and evidence based practices; participates family conferences for development and review of treatment plans; works collaboratively with other agencies involved with assigned clients/families; develops and implements intensive short-term family treatment model; develops and implements parent education/peer support groups focused on support, parenting and other pertinent topics; provides urgent and emergent assessment, intervention, consultation and support as needed; works with clients in their office or in their community setting, depending on the needs of the clients, their families and community support structures; maintains confidential health records clients/families that are in compliance with the San Mateo County M ental Health Regulations; completes billing, charting and required paper work in a timely manner billing activities as needed. Applied Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Master*s Degree in Psychology, Social Work or related field. Clinical license or license eligible (registered with the BBS); experience working with minority populations; experience working with children and families that have been or are involved in issues relating to abuse (verbal, physical, sexual, and neglect). Experience with working within a variety of treatment modalities including family systems work, individual & group therapy etc. Awareness of substance abuse issues and how they impact a family system. Willingness to provide treatment within the community that the client lives (home, school, satellite clinic etc.); knowledge of San Mateo community health resources; demonstrated ability in working collaboratively with individuals and groups; excellent verbal, written and consultation skills.

CBS SM – TBS

BILINGUAL BEHAVIOR COACH / FAMILY SPECIALIST (SPANISH) *Full Time * 1 Position* Functions and Minimum Qualifications:

Working with youth ranging from age 6 to 25, this position seeks to identify and draw out client strengths and ensures progress in their efforts to meet behavior and other goals established by their treatment plans.  Essential Functions: Working with assigned clients, from ages 6 to 25,  sets effective behavior limits consistent with those outlined in the Plan of Care; teaches, models, and supervises social, cleaning and grooming skills in the home, school and other relevant community settings; collaborates with other care providers on the development of a plan of care and behavior goals; responds calmly and professionally to crisis, working towards agreement/consensus with clients and their families to de-escalate tense situations; consults with caregivers on agreements to call police if de-escalation techniques do not work or if clients are a danger to themselves or others; works towards agreement and building consensus with treatment participants on plan of care approaches to behavior; participates in Family Conferences, staff meetings, collaborative team meetings with youth, supervision * schedules other related meetings as needed; ensures client engagement with positive program activities, such as music lessons, sports programs, and other activities that enhance individual development; completes all appropriate documentation in a timely manner; periodically works with clients specifically assigned to TBS contract, based on program needs; remains immediately accessible to clients and supervisor while performing duties in the field and performs other duties as needed. Applied Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: BA required; two years of relevant experience working with youth and families; additional experience may take the place of the BA requirement; possess capacity to interact with youth and families from a wide range of cultural and socio-economic backgrounds; possess good documentation skills; possess excellent interpersonal skills; responds to crisis situations on short notice; available to work evening and weekends. Bilingual (Spanish) is required.

PROGRAM SUPPORT * TRAINING

FAMILY CONFERENCING FACILITATOR * On Call* 1 Position Functions and Minimum Qualifications:

This position provides objective facilitation for the Care Team Program who will oversee the Care Team meeting process for a designated number of teams.  Duties include running the Care Team meeting process, ensuring that all participants abide by the Care Team Principles and Practices and that the structure of the meetings follow the preset Care Team agenda so that the process remains family-centered and strengths-based; mediating conflicts between meeting participants, finds common ground amongst divergent perspectives, and creates a sense of teamwork within the meeting; and interacting with Edgewood staff, clients, families, and outside service professionals within the meeting, while mai ntaining neutrality and professional boundaries.  This position also maintains ongoing communication with the Care Team Coordinator, Therapist and Care Managers, and other Edgewood staff regarding the Care Team assessment process, meeting updates, paperwork, and scheduling. Ability to work with clients from diverse backgrounds is required along with excellent written and verbal communication skills.

ADMINISTRATION – DEVELOPMENT

ANNUAL FUND AND DATABASE MANAGER * Full Time * 1 Position Functions and Minimum Qualifications:

Under the direction of the Director of Development, the Annual Fund Manager will have a dual role of managing all aspects of the annual fund and the Donor Data base. S/he is responsible for meeting or exceeding the Annual Fund budget through annual appeals, stewardship, and the donor benefits program, among other tools. S/he performs gift entry and is responsible for the integrity of the database, including, but not limited to, accurate input of gifts and pledges, donor reporting, list management for mailings, training staff, and data analysis.  Essential Functions: Cultivate annual fund donors to identify major gifts prospects by developing and implementing donor benefit and recognition programs. Conduct donor research and identify prospects for major gift possibilities. In collaboration with the Development Director, design and execute a solicitation and stewardship program for Edgewood*s donors and segmented audiences; coordinate appeal copy and design with assistance from Communications. Manage the direct mail and donor acquisition program. Manage each campaign to meet deadlines and budget, analyze results and implement processes to improve results. Manage programs to solicit as car donations, memorials and tributes, monthly giving, and online annual appeals. In consultation with the Development Director, develop and oversee budget of revenue and expense for annual giving program and work closely with the Communications department to integrate these activities with marketing opportunities to promote Edgewood and acquire new donors. Perform gift entry and acknowledgement to donors within 48-72 hours of receipt of gift. Oversee process of check deposits, batching and entering of information. Update database semi annually using data from National Change of Addresses. Continually improves the integrity, utilization and analysis of gift giving patterns for evaluation and planning of fundraising campaigns. Maintain accurate donor information, in accordance with regulations, obligations, and agency procedures.  Respects confidentiality of all records. Provide mailing lists from database for mailing of newsletters, annual report, direct mail appeals, event invitations, solicitations, and more.  Serve as database liaison to Auxiliary and Board of Directors.  Oversee reconciliation of monthly revenue statements with accounting. Track and monitor department expenses and expense reports. Maintain shared drive files and folders. Performs other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications: 3 years+ experience with Raisers Edge software required. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Demonstrated proficiency using MS Office products, particularly Word, Excel and Outlook. 3 years experience in non-profit fund-raising preferably in annual fund management. Attention to detail and ability to multi task. Exercise discretion and confidentiality of data records. Demonstrates and models excellent customer service orientation with all members of Edgewood. Must be resourceful in researching varied information in order to maintain accurate records.  Must visually review and evaluate materials for relevancy and accuracy. Ensure all cash management procedures are followed. Position requires accuracy, attention to detail and strong organizational skills. Able to work independently with minimal supervision. Effectively and efficiently organize and prioritize workload to meet constantly changing demands. Creatively maintain system for storing and retrievin g information, communicates status of projects to appropriate staff members and prepare monthly reports.  Sensitivity to the cultural diversity of employees and clients.

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When applying for a position with Edgewood, please note in your cover letter where you heard or read about our job openings.  Edgewood Center for Children & Families is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer.  Recruitment and placement is conducted without regard to an individual’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical handicap, veteran status or sexual orientation, or any other classification protected by Federal, State, and local laws & ordinances.

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