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Kings View is an equal opportunity employer. A drug and alcohol test may be required following your conditional offer of employment.

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Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselor (259)

Job Title: Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselor (259)

Program: DDP - Hanford
Schedule/Work Hours: Monday - Saturday as needed 
Reporting To: Clinical Supervisor
Position/s Available at Location: 1
Position Status: Part-Time
Employee Classification: Non-Exempt
Benefits: This position is NOT eligible for Benefits 
Salary: $12.50 + DOE
 
Requirements/Experience:
AA degree or 60 college semester units with emphasis in behavioral or social sciences. Two years related experience. Three years abstinence if the is a history of substance abuse. Must maintain certification in good standing by a State approved certifying organization to provide substance abuse disorder services.  
 
Essential Duties:
Provide case management, group and/or education services.   
 

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AOD Counselor - Certified (258)

Job Title: AOD Counselor - Certified (258)

Program: K.V.S.A.P. - Tulare
Schedule/Work Hours: Monday - Friday, 5:30am - 2:00pm
Reporting To: Clinical Supervisor
Position/s Available at Location: 1
Position Status: Full Time
Employee Classification: Non-Exempt
Benefits: This position is eligible for Benefits to include Medical, Dental & Vision, 9 Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation and Sick Leave, 401(k) w/Match   
Salary: Market competitive + DOE
 
Requirements/Experience:
Associate Degree or equivalent 60 college semester units with emphasis in behavioral health or social sciences. 2 years related experience 
3 years continued abstinence if there is a history of substance abuse 
MUST have valid and current certification with State approved certifying organization to provide substance use disorder services 
 
Essential Duties:
Maintain caseload in medication assisted therapy programs 
Deliver one on one counseling services to opiate dependent adults 
Maintain required documentation for each client on caseload 
Work closely with medical staff, clinical, and administrative staff 
Comply at all times with Title 9 and Title 22 as it pertains to medication assisted therapy/narcotic treatment programs 
Collect and log u/a specimens as needed    
 

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Nurse LVN/LPT/RN (257)

Job Title: Nurse LVN/LPT/RN (257)

Program: K.V.S.A.P. - Tulare
Schedule/Work Hours: Thursdays, 5:15am - 1:45pm
Reporting To: Operations Manager
Position/s Available at Location: 1
Position Status: Part-Time
Employee Classification: Non-Exempt
Benefits: This position is  NOT eligible for Benefits t
Salary: Market competitive + DOE
 
Requirements/Experience:
Valid California license as an L.V.N., L.P.T, or R.N. 
Minimum one year nursing experience. 
Ability to administer substance use disorder medications in the proper setting. 
Knowledge and understanding of current laws regarding storage of drugs, dispensing and administration of medications. 
Knowledge and understanding of substance use disorder symptoms. 
Effective skills in both written and oral communication. 
 
Essential Duties:
Dispense methadone to clients using automated dispensing system Assist Medial Director in providing medical services to clients 
Note and carry out verbal/written orders by Medical Director 
Provide shift coverage when needed     
 

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Per Diem Program Assistant (256)

Job Title: Program Assistant (256)

Program: Work Experience Center - Los Banos
Schedule/Work Hours: Monday - Friday, 7am - 2pm
Reporting To:   Program Director
Position/s Available at Location:  1
Position Status: Per Diem/On Call
Employee Classification:  Non-Exempt
Benefits: This position is NOT eligible for Benefits   
Salary:  Market competitive + DOE
 
Requirements/Experience:
 
HS/GED 
CPR certified, First Aid certified, CNA desirable, Class C, Clean OMV 
Transport and deliver passengers to and from program by applying knowledge of driving regulations and roads in the area. 
Supervise train/coach consumers with intellectual and physical disabilities on social skills as outlined by their individual integration plan. Provide training/coach consumers with intellectual and physical disabilities in the areas of daily living skills (e.g., social, domestic, community integration, vocational and self-care) Coach/train consumers in an independent living environment with preparing meals, self-care needs, grocery shopping, house hold needs, and medications. 
 
Essential Duties:
 
Program  Duties:
Assisting consumers with total care of bowel and bladder.
Providing physical assistance and supervision according to the dietary needs of the consumers.
Teach, coordinate, and support consumers with community integration while monitoring their health and safety.
Maintain knowledge of the principles of each consumer service needs and or behaviors to assist them with accomplishing individual goals.
Daily charting and data collection of regression and recession of consumer objective goals.
Report any problems to your supervisor timely to allow for any concerns to be addressed timely.
Develop strong working relationships with community agencies, program supervisor, care provid ers, peers, and family members.
Represent and positively promote program to funding source, community agencies, families, and related groups.
Provide coaching and redirection to consumers with behavior challenges during crisis situations.
Complete and report all consumer related incidents, accidents, behaviors.
Follow and operate according to all HIPAA regulations.
Capable of working in a fast-paced environment.
Maintain complete confidentiality of consumer information always.
Provide summaries of clients' progress in the community and report any problems to your supervisor timely to allow for any concerns to be addressed timely.
Attend monthly and quarterly mandatory staff meetings.
Complete required paperwork in the event of incidents/accidents to your supervisor.
Follow the company policies and procedures while maintaining and following Title 22 regulations.
Maintain professionalism in the workplace at all times.
Submit timecard and expense sheets to the supervisor according to the timelines stipulated in policy.
Knowledge of software, Microsoft and Excel.
Computer Literate.
Create and follow a lesson plan according to required curriculum outline.
Keep a clean working area, occasional cleanup of facility including changing rooms and bathrooms.
Maintain consumer's outlined medical plan as directed by physician.
Maintain a safe environment for the consumers; prevent harm to consumers, self, and others.
Work and create a teamwork environment, supporting ideas, creating ideas, and execution of projects.
Complete and maintain current CPR/FA certification.
Report any safety concerns to management in a timely manner.
Follow outlined program plans in relation to behavioral programs.
Other duties as assigned by supervisors.
 
 
 

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ADP Program Assistant/Driver (255)

Job Title: ADP Program Assistant/Driver (255)

Program: Work Experience Center - Los Banos
Schedule/Work Hours: Monday - Friday, hours vary
Reporting To:   Program Director
Position/s Available at Location:  1
Position Status: Part-Time, 30+ hours per week
Employee Classification:  Non-Exempt
Benefits: This position is eligible for Benefits to include Medical, Dental & Vision, 9 Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation and Sick Leave, 401(k) w/Match   
Salary:  Market competitive + DOE
 
Requirements/Experience:
 
HS/GED 
CPR certified, First Aid certified, CNA desirable, Class C, Clean OMV 
Transport and deliver passengers to and from program by applying knowledge of driving regulations and roads in the area. 
Supervise train/coach consumers with intellectual and physical disabilities on social skills as outlined by their individual integration plan. Provide training/coach consumers with intellectual and physical disabilities in the areas of daily living skills (e.g., social, domestic, community integration, vocational and self-care) Coach/train consumers in an independent living environment with preparing meals, self-care needs, grocery shopping, house hold needs, and medications. 
 
Essential Duties:
 
Program  Duties:
Assisting consumers with total care of bowel and bladder.
Providing physical assistance and supervision according to the dietary needs of the consumers.
Teach, coordinate, and support consumers with community integration while monitoring their health and safety.
Maintain knowledge of the principles of each consumer service needs and or behaviors to assist them with accomplishing individual goals.
Daily charting and data collection of regression and recession of consumer objective goals.
Report any problems to your supervisor timely to allow for any concerns to be addressed timely.
Develop strong working relationships with community agencies, program supervisor, care provid ers, peers, and family members.
Represent and positively promote program to funding source, community agencies, families, and related groups.
Provide coaching and redirection to consumers with behavior challenges during crisis situations.
Complete and report all consumer related incidents, accidents, behaviors.
Follow and operate according to all HIPAA regulations.
Capable of working in a fast-paced environment.
Maintain complete confidentiality of consumer information always.
Provide summaries of clients' progress in the community and report any problems to your supervisor timely to allow for any concerns to be addressed timely.
Attend monthly and quarterly mandatory staff meetings.
Complete required paperwork in the event of incidents/accidents to your supervisor.
Follow the company policies and procedures while maintaining and following Title 22 regulations.
Maintain professionalism in the workplace at all times.
Submit timecard and expense sheets to the supervisor according to the timelines stipulated in policy.
Knowledge of software, Microsoft and Excel.
Computer Literate.
Create and follow a lesson plan according to required curriculum outline.
Keep a clean working area, occasional cleanup of facility including changing rooms and bathrooms.
Maintain consumer's outlined medical plan as directed by physician.
Maintain a safe environment for the consumers; prevent harm to consumers, self, and others.
Work and create a teamwork environment, supporting ideas, creating ideas, and execution of projects.
Complete and maintain current CPR/FA certification.
Report any safety concerns to management in a timely manner.
Follow outlined program plans in relation to behavioral programs.
Other duties as assigned by supervisors.
 
Driving Duties:
Will be responsible for driving to and from designated locations.
Maintain records required for compliance with state and federal regulation including, mileage records and other records required by law
Inspect vehicle for defects and safe operating conditions before, during and after trips and submit a written report on the condition of the vehicle at the end of each trip.
Report all accidents and incidents involving drivers or company equipment.
Report highway safety hazards noted in route
Promptly report any delays due to breakdowns, weather or traffic conditions or other emergencies or in the event of irregularities relating to pick up or delivery of cargo. Passengers.
Operate lift controls for loading and unloading of passengers.
Proper handling and accurate completion of all necessary paperwork related to vehicle operations.
 
 

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DTAC Program Assistant/Driver (254)

Job Title: DTAC Program Assistant/Driver (254)

Program: Work Experience Center - Los Banos
Schedule/Work Hours: Monday - Friday, 6:30am - 2:30pm & hours vary
Reporting To:   Program Director
Position/s Available at Location:  1
Position Status: Full-Time
Employee Classification:  Non-Exempt
Benefits: This position is eligible for Benefits to include Medical, Dental & Vision, 9 Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation and Sick Leave, 401(k) w/Match   
Salary:  Market competitive + DOE
 
Requirements/Experience:
 
HS/GED 
CPR certified, First Aid certified, CNA desirable, Class C, Clean OMV 
Transport and deliver passengers to and from program by applying knowledge of driving regulations and roads in the area. 
Supervise train/coach consumers with intellectual and physical disabilities on social skills as outlined by their individual integration plan. Provide training/coach consumers with intellectual and physical disabilities in the areas of daily living skills (e.g., social, domestic, community integration, vocational and self-care) Coach/train consumers in an independent living environment with preparing meals, self-care needs, grocery shopping, house hold needs, and medications. 
 
Essential Duties:
 
Program  Duties:
Assisting consumers with total care of bowel and bladder.
Providing physical assistance and supervision according to the dietary needs of the consumers.
Teach, coordinate, and support consumers with community integration while monitoring their health and safety.
Maintain knowledge of the principles of each consumer service needs and or behaviors to assist them with accomplishing individual goals.
Daily charting and data collection of regression and recession of consumer objective goals.
Report any problems to your supervisor timely to allow for any concerns to be addressed timely.
Develop strong working relationships with community agencies, program supervisor, care provid ers, peers, and family members.
Represent and positively promote program to funding source, community agencies, families, and related groups.
Provide coaching and redirection to consumers with behavior challenges during crisis situations.
Complete and report all consumer related incidents, accidents, behaviors.
Follow and operate according to all HIPAA regulations.
Capable of working in a fast-paced environment.
Maintain complete confidentiality of consumer information always.
Provide summaries of clients' progress in the community and report any problems to your supervisor timely to allow for any concerns to be addressed timely.
Attend monthly and quarterly mandatory staff meetings.
Complete required paperwork in the event of incidents/accidents to your supervisor.
Follow the company policies and procedures while maintaining and following Title 22 regulations.
Maintain professionalism in the workplace at all times.
Submit timecard and expense sheets to the supervisor according to the timelines stipulated in policy.
Knowledge of software, Microsoft and Excel.
Computer Literate.
Create and follow a lesson plan according to required curriculum outline.
Keep a clean working area, occasional cleanup of facility including changing rooms and bathrooms.
Maintain consumer's outlined medical plan as directed by physician.
Maintain a safe environment for the consumers; prevent harm to consumers, self, and others.
Work and create a teamwork environment, supporting ideas, creating ideas, and execution of projects.
Complete and maintain current CPR/FA certification.
Report any safety concerns to management in a timely manner.
Follow outlined program plans in relation to behavioral programs.
Other duties as assigned by supervisors.
 
Driving Duties:
Will be responsible for driving to and from designated locations.
Maintain records required for compliance with state and federal regulation including, mileage records and other records required by law
Inspect vehicle for defects and safe operating conditions before, during and after trips and submit a written report on the condition of the vehicle at the end of each trip.
Report all accidents and incidents involving drivers or company equipment.
Report highway safety hazards noted in route
Promptly report any delays due to breakdowns, weather or traffic conditions or other emergencies or in the event of irregularities relating to pick up or delivery of cargo. Passengers.
Operate lift controls for loading and unloading of passengers.
Proper handling and accurate completion of all necessary paperwork related to vehicle operations.
 
 

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Suicide Intervention Specialist I (252)

Job Title: Suicide Intervention Specialist I (252)

Program:  Central Valley Suicide Prevention Hotline - Fresno
Schedule/Work Hours: Shifts Vary 
Reporting To: CVSPH Program Manager
Position/s Available at Location: 1
Position Status: Full- Time
Employee Classification: Non-Exempt
Benefits: Position is eligible for Benefits to include Medical, Dental & Vision, 9 paid Holidays, Paid Vacation & Sick Leave, 401(k) w/ Match
Salary: DOE
 
Requirements/Experience:
High School Diploma
Basic Computer Skills
Experience working with the public
Strong communication skills
Ability to work under pressure and in stressful situations
Strong listening skills
Ability to take clear concise notes
 
Essential Duties:
Provide telephone crisis and suicide risk evaluations at Central Valley Suicide Prevention Hotline. This service is a telephone based position where there is not face-to-face contact with those utilizing the service. Known resources within seven counties being served. Provide crisis evaluation, intervention and counseling to those in crisis. Specifically, provide suicide risk assessment for Central Valley Suicide Prevention Hotline callers. Be willing to work various hours as the program operates 24hrs a day, 365 days a year. Have basic computer skills which will be used to document each call and collect data for counties being served. Have willingness to be trained on basic suicide and crisis intervention techniques to utilize on hotline phone service. Have ability to work with supervisor and emergency responders who will be called on a 911 basis for rescue and safety checks. Have willingness to assist in training volunteers to all aspects of the Central Valley Suicide Prevention Hotline functions.
 

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Clerk II (253)

Job Title:  Clerk II (253)

Program:  Madera DDP
Schedule/Work Hours:  Tuesday - Friday, 1:30pm - 6:30pm & Saturday, 8:00am - 5:00pm 
Reporting To:  Admin Specialist III
Position/s Available at Location:  1
Position Status:  Full-Time
Employee Classification:  Non-Exempt
Benefits:  This position is NOT eligible for Benefits 
Salary:  $11.00 + DOE
 
 
Requirements/Experience:

High School diploma or GED. Typing and/or 10-key, data entry, phones, customer service. Excellent time management skills. Bilingual – English/Spanish required. 

Essential Duties:
Provide Clerical/administrative/reception support. Maintain client records. Effectively communicate verbally and in writing. Preform other duties as assigned.
 
 

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Suicide Intervention Specialist I (250 & 251)

Job Title: Suicide Intervention Specialist I (250 & 251)

Program:  Central Valley Suicide Prevention Hotline - Fresno
Schedule/Work Hours: Shifts Vary 
Reporting To: CVSPH Program Manager
Position/s Available at Location: 2
Position Status: Part-Time, less than 30 hours/week
Employee Classification: Non-Exempt
Benefits: This position is NOT eligible for Benefits 
Salary: DOE
 
Requirements/Experience:
High School Diploma
Basic Computer Skills
Experience working with the public
Strong communication skills
Ability to work under pressure and in stressful situations
Strong listening skills
Ability to take clear concise notes
 
Essential Duties:
Provide telephone crisis and suicide risk evaluations at Central Valley Suicide Prevention Hotline. This service is a telephone based position where there is not face-to-face contact with those utilizing the service. Known resources within seven counties being served. Provide crisis evaluation, intervention and counseling to those in crisis. Specifically, provide suicide risk assessment for Central Valley Suicide Prevention Hotline callers. Be willing to work various hours as the program operates 24hrs a day, 365 days a year. Have basic computer skills which will be used to document each call and collect data for counties being served. Have willingness to be trained on basic suicide and crisis intervention techniques to utilize on hotline phone service. Have ability to work with supervisor and emergency responders who will be called on a 911 basis for rescue and safety checks. Have willingness to assist in training volunteers to all aspects of the Central Valley Suicide Prevention Hotline functions.
 

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SQL Programmer (248)

Job Title: SQL Programmer (248)

Program: KVIT - Fresno
Schedule/Work Hours: Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm or as needed 
Position/s Available at Location:  1
Position Status: Full-Time
Employee Classification: Exempt
Benefits: This position is eligible for Benefits to include Medical, Dental & Vision, 9 Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation and Sick Leave, 401(k) w/Match   
Salary:  Market competitive + DOE
 
Requirements/Experience:

Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, Engineering or a related field or 4 years experience with SQL server or other comparable SQL databases (e.g. MySQL, Oracle, etc.) • 3+ years experience in database design and development • Experience with SQL Server 2008 R2 or above preferred • Experience with SQL Reporting Services preferred • Experience with, and proficient in, Microsoft Office 365 • Knowledge of VBA programming or another programming language • Familiar with XML, JSON, or other structured data formats • Familiar with FTPS connections • Familiar with Business Intelligence technologies (e.g. Tableau) (preferred) • Strong problem solving skills • Detail oriented • Ability to track multiple ongoing tasks • Ability to operate with minimal instruction

Essential Duties:
Creates and maintains SQL database applications to facilitate the data collection and submission of information to internal and external entities. Provides system documentation, including instructions, workflows, and data diagrams. Serves as a resource to end-users for the development, usage, and troubleshooting of automated processes. 
 
Create and maintain SQL database objects, tables, indexes, complex stored procedures, views, and queries
Develop front-end user interfaces (Uls) as relevant to business needs and application capabilities
Review, test, debug, and optimize SQL stored procedures, functions, and queries
Troubleshoot and resolve data gaps or design deficiencies
Develop custom scripts to automate various database management processes
Participate in application development projects
Create and maintain system schema documentation
Collaborate with business analysts, data system experts, and other team members to determine data extraction and transformation requirements 
Collaborate with IT operations, internal programs, and/or organizations to ensure timely release of projects and sustainability of database environments
Collaborate with IT operations for support in problem resolution
Support users in the development, usage, and troubleshooting of database-driven applications
Occasionally develop reports (one-time and/or on-going)
Maintain accurate and up-to-date work order documentation
Participate in special projects as needed and performs other duties as assigned
GP Backend Support
Tableau Server Support
 
 

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ILP Coordinator / HAB Coordinator (247)

Job Title: ILP Coordinator / HAB Coordinator (247)

Program: Work Experience Center - Atwater
Schedule/Work Hours: Monday - Friday, hours vary
Position/s Available at Location:  1
Position Status: Full-Time
Employee Classification: Exempt
Benefits: This position is eligible for Benefits to include Medical, Dental & Vision, 9 Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation and Sick Leave, 401(k) w/Match   
Salary:  Market competitive + DOE
 
Requirements/Experience:

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with emphasis in behavioral sciences or Associate degree and four years of occupational related experience, including but not limited to: case management and two years of experience providing specialized instruction or services to developmentally disabled, mentally challenged, and physically disabled adults.
Must be able to successfully complete CPR and First Aid Certification.
Must possess a valid California issued Driver’s License; personal automobile liability insurance; and a driving record that meets the standards outlined in the Company’s hiring policies.

 
Essential Duties:
 

This position is a dual position, managing the Independent Living Program and also managing a Habilitation Case Load.

The Independent Living Program Coordinator supervises his/her staff, while managing a case load and providing ILP training to persons with developmental disabilities.  This position is an integral part of a team composed of professional and paraprofessional personnel who work together to carry out the client’s Individualized Program Plan.  The ILP Coordinator assists in development and implementation of objectives for the client that focus on skills for daily living such as management of medications, medical appointments, budgeting and shopping, household maintenance and personal care. 

The HAB Coordinator provides support to clients and staff in the Work Activity Program, training clients with developmental, physical, mental or vocational disabilities in the development of all aspects of skills needed for the workplace.   The HAB Counselor is part of a team who assists the client in establishing goals for the work program, and he/she serves as liaison between the job crew manager, funding providers, family and client to ensure the best progress possible toward the established goals.

 

  • Work collaboratively with management and staff positions
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • Program Implementation
  • Exercise time management skills and have the ability to multi task
  • Problem solving and conflict resolution skills
  • Knowledge of basic Social Security, Housing, Transportation, Medical and other benefits
  • Experience working with diverse individuals of multi-cultures and disabilities
  • Supervisory responsibility

 

An independent living coordinator is responsible for overseeing and directing tasks designed to help people develop and improve necessary skills to either live alone or become more proficient at caring for their own needs. This requires working closely with educators, facility staff members, physicians, counselors and directly with clients themselves.

The duties of this position include working with clients to improve their self-care, manage personal hygiene and money and keep their living space clean. Also, coordinators work to educate clients on proper social behaviors, problem-solving techniques and organizational skills to establish a routine. Administrative activities include coordinating care with other workers, record keeping and assisting in the development of personalized programs.

Coordinate Independent Living Services on individual and group basis to people with disabilities; take referrals; make home visits; set goals with participants; work with people with disabilities on completion of goals; support people with disabilities in areas requiring advocacy; make referrals to other organizations as needed; work with families of participants when appropriate.

Document services provided according to policies and procedure.  Maintain objective, clear and concise records of contacts in participant's file; solicit needed information from consumers for program evaluation and reporting purposes; record completed requests for information.

 

A HAB Counselor monitors daily attendance and progress of all clients on his/her caseload.    Regular communication between HAB Counselor, client, transportation personnel, crew manager, program director, care givers and/or case manager is integral to the success of the client in the work program.  Good relational skills are required.

HAB Counselor keeps accurate and up-to-date client records, attends meetings and submits required reports, as well as monitoring the daily documentation of the crew managers.

HAB Counselor provides continuing career skills training through monthly education meetings for HAB clients and conducts monthly HAB Client advocacy meetings.

Communication Skills:

  • Clear and timely written and verbal communication with others.
  • Follow written and verbal directions.
  • Present information effectively, accurately and thoroughly in a style others can understand   and act upon.
  • Listen to others’ information, ask questions that clarify the intended message, and respond to questions from manager, consumers, and outside organizations.

Writing Skills:

  • Written work is thorough and accurate.
  • Written materials are provided in a timely manner and in a style others can use.
  • Must be physically and mentally fit to work with clients who are potentially dangerous to self or others in accordance with the Company’s Physical and Mental Fitness standards; must be willing to complete a health screening physical examination that includes a drug screen and TB test.
  • Must meet state personnel licensing standards.
  • Must be willing to work within a culturally integrated workplace, and be willing to respect human differences based upon race, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation, political persuasion, place of origin, color or any other condition that distinguishes people from one another.
 

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Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselor (244)

Job Title:  Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselor (244)

Program:  Madera DDP
Schedule/Work Hours:  Monday - Saturday, as needed 
Reporting To:  Clinical Supervisor
Position/s Available at Location:  1
Position Status:  Part-Time
Employee Classification:  Non-Exempt
Benefits:  This position is NOT eligible for Benefits 
Salary: $12.50 + DOE
 
Requirements/Experience:
AA degree or 60 college semester units with emphasis in behavioral or social sciences. Two years related experience. Three years abstinence if the is a history of substance abuse. Must maintain certification in good standing by a State approved certifying organization to provide substance abuse disorder services.
 
Essential Duties:
Provide case management, group and/or education services.
 

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Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselor (243)

Job Title:  Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselor (243)

Program:  Clovis DDP
Schedule/Work Hours:  Monday - Saturday, as needed 
Reporting To:  Clinical Supervisor
Position/s Available at Location:  1
Position Status:  Part-Time
Employee Classification:  Non-Exempt
Benefits:  This position is NOT eligible for Benefits 
Salary: $12.50 + DOE
 
Requirements/Experience:
AA degree or 60 college semester units with emphasis in behavioral or social sciences. Two years related experience. Three years abstinence if the is a history of substance abuse. Must maintain certification in good standing by a State approved certifying organization to provide substance abuse disorder services.
 
Essential Duties:
Provide case management, group and/or education services.
 

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Mental Health Clinician I or II (240)

Job Title: Mental Health Clinician I or II (240)

Program: Access/Crisis- Hanford 
Schedule/Work Hours: Flexible
Reporting To: Program Manager
Position/s Available at Location:  1
Position Status: Full-Time
Employee Classification: Exempt
Benefits: This position is eligible for Benefits to include Medical, Dental & Vision, 9 Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation and Sick Leave, 401(k) w/Match   
Salary:  I - $30.32 - $37.53
              II - $31.86 - $44.60
 
Requirements/Experience:
Master's degree in counseling or social work and registered with BBS. Mental Health Clinician I. Licensure as (MFT/LCSW) - Mental Health Clinician II. 
Bilingual English/Spanish preferred 
Valid CA driver's license.
 
Essential Duties:
Traditional and non-traditional shifts required. To provide mental health screenings, crisis evaluations, and assessments for children and adults. 
 
 

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Mental Health Clinician I or II (238 & 246)

Job Title: Mental Health Clinician I or II (238 & 246)

Program: Adult System of Care - Hanford 
Schedule/Work Hours: Flexible
Reporting To: Program Manager
Position/s Available at Location:  3 
Position Status: Full-Time
Employee Classification: Exempt
Benefits: This position is eligible for Benefits to include Medical, Dental & Vision, 9 Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation and Sick Leave, 401(k) w/Match   
Salary:  I - $30.32 - $37.53
              II - $31.86 - $44.60
 
Requirements/Experience:
Master's degree in counseling or social work and registered with BBS. Mental Health Clinician I. Licensure as (MFT/LCSW) - Mental Health Clinician II. 
Bilingual English/Spanish preferred 
Valid CA driver's license.
 
Essential Duties:
Direct client services, assessments, individual, and group services.
 
 

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Director of Clinical Operations (229)

Job Title: Director of Clinical Operations (229)

Program: Fresno Region 
Schedule/Work Hours: Monday - Friday, 8am-5pm 
Reporting To:  Regional Mental Health Director
Position/s Available at Location: 1
Position Status: Full-Time
Employee Classification: Non-Exempt
Benefits:  Position eligible for Benefits This Position is eligible for benefits to include Medical, Dental, Vision, 9 paid Holidays, Paid Vacation & Sick Leave, 401(k) w/Match  
Salary: DOE + Market Competitive
 
Requirements/Experience:

Master’s Degree with LMFT or LCSW licensure in good standing with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.

At least five years of experience in project oversight with skills in analyzing systems and documentation related to clinical care, developing and maintaining policy and procedure manuals, development and implementation of training for staff, application of new intervention and treatment modalities, maintenance of audits, and ensuring contract compliance.

Ability to be credentialed with the County of Fresno Managed Care Department. 
 
Essential Duties:

Responsible and accountable for day to day contract compliance in Fresno Region programs.

Coordination of new program plans as laid out by the Regional Director.

Supporting new managers and staff during program start-up and re-development stages.

Coordination/execution of program training curriculum, program relocation and start-up, on-boarding of new program staff with orientation to treatment model, procurement of curriculum, supplies and equipment specific to behavioral health programming.

Region marketing oversight in collaboration with Kings View’s Director of Marketing.

Research evidence based practices, related to Prevention and Early Intervention and assist Regional Behavioral Health Director during proposal writing.

Collaborate with community partners attending committee and Behavioral Health Board meetings representing Kings View as needed.

Serve on committees and work groups as needed and directed by Regional Behavioral Health Director.

Other duties as assigned and necessary.
 
Application Details: Send resume and complete job application to HR@kingsview.org. Go to www.kingsview.org, click on Careers link to download application.
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Program Manager (205)

Job Title: Program Manager (205)

Program: Kings View Behavioral Health Services - Shasta
Schedule/Work Hours: This position may require non-traditional hours based on the needs of the program.
Reporting To: Clinical Manager II
Position/s Available at Location:  1
Position Status: Full-Time
Employee Classification: Exempt

Benefits:  Position is eligible for Benefits to include Medical, Dental, Vision, Company paid Life Insurance, 9 paid Holidays, Paid Vacation & Sick Leave, 401(k) w/ Match

Salary: DOE
 
Requirements/Experience:

-Master’s degree or higher appropriate to the position. (Transcripts required)
-Three years post licensure experience in a mental health setting, or two years post licensure experience plus one year of supervising /directing the activities of other clinical staff in a mental health setting, or two years of post-licensure experience plus two years of experience in staff supervision, administration, and personnel management in any related human service endeavor.
-Proof of Licensure (LMFT or LCSW) required.

 
Essential Duties:

1.       Assure that program is in compliance with regulations, policies and procedures.

2.       Provide initial assessments to determine if a consumer will benefit from and meets the criteria for EPSDT services.

3.       Complete psychosocial assessments, diagnosis, progress notes, progress reports and formulation of treatment plans.

4.       Prepare and provide HIPAA compliant clinical information for your consumer as needed.

5.       Collaborate and interact as needed with outside agency staff persons, ie- school-based treatment settings, Child Family Services, Child Protective Services, and Juvenile Probation, to ensure effective communication for optimum consumer outcomes.

6.       Provide weekly individual and group clinical supervision as required.  Review documentation and consult with staff to determine appropriate service delivery interventions and documentation.

7.       Provide program development.

8.       Exercise awareness of cultural differences when they exist and adjust clinical practice to consumer’s racial/ethnic background. 

9.       Be sensitive to community agencies and general public’s need for quick access for mental health services and to help promote a positive image to the community.

10.   Familiarity with and adherence to compliance with the code of conduct and the requirements of the compliance program are elements of performance evaluations and conditions of employment.

11.   In the course of performing job duties, follows all Kings View policies and procedures, administrative directives, all relevant county, state and federal regulations, and any performance obligations contained in Kings View program contracts with other entities

12.   This position may require non-traditional hours based on the need of the program.   The employee  may be required to cover non-traditional work hours. 

13.   Maintain status with Board of Behavioral Sciences

14.   Achieve all performance standards.

15.   Maintain current valid California Driver’s License.  If operating a vehicle as a function of employment with Kings View employee will provide proof of automobile liability insurance as required under California State Vehicle Code. Will follow traffic regulations while driving as a function of job responsibilities and maintain insurability with Kings View’s liability carrier.

16.  Complete Service Activity Logs (SALs) and notes daily before leaving work for the day.

17.  Other duties as assigned.

 

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Mental Health Clinician II - Licensed (204)

Job Title: Mental Health Clinician II - Licensed (204)

Program: Kings View Behavioral Health Services - Shasta
Schedule/Work Hours: This position may require non-traditional hours based on the needs of the program.
Reporting To: Clinical Manager II
Position/s Available at Location:  2
Position Status: Full-Time
Employee Classification: Exempt

Benefits:  Position is eligible for Benefits to include Medical, Dental, Vision, Company paid Life Insurance, 9 paid Holidays, Paid Vacation & Sick Leave, 401(k) w/ Match

Salary: DOE
 
Requirements/Experience:

-Masters in Counseling or Social Work from an accredited graduate school. (Transcripts required)
-Registration with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.
-Two years of related social work experience or an equivalent post Masters specialized certification.
-Proof of Licensure (LMFT or LCSW) required.

 
Essential Duties:

1.       Provide initial assessments to determine if a consumer will benefit from and meets the criteria for EPSDT services.

2.       Complete psychosocial assessments, diagnosis, progress notes, progress reports and formulation of treatment plans.

3.       Prepare and provide HIPAA compliant clinical information for your consumer as needed.

4.       Collaborate and interact as needed with outside agency staff persons, ie- school-based treatment settings, Child Family Services, Child Protective Services, and Juvenile Probation, to ensure effective communication for optimum consumer outcomes.

5.       Participate in weekly individual and group clinical supervision as needed.  Prepare and present cases for review and participate in staff consultation to determine appropriate service delivery interventions.

6.       Exercise awareness of cultural differences when they exist and adjust clinical practice to consumer’s racial/ethnic background. 

7.       Be sensitive to community agencies and general public’s need for quick access for mental health services and to help promote a positive image to the community.

8.       Familiarity with and adherence to compliance with the code of conduct and the requirements of the compliance program are elements of performance evaluations and conditions of employment.

9.       In the course of performing job duties, follows all Kings View policies and procedures, administrative directives, all relevant county, state and federal regulations, and any performance obligations contained in Kings View program contracts with other entities.

10.   This position may require non-traditional hours based on the need of the program.   The employee  may be required to cover non-traditional work hours. 

11.   Maintain status with Board of Behavioral Sciences

12.   Achieve all performance standards.

13.   Maintain current valid California Driver’s License.  If operating a vehicle as a function of employment with Kings View employee will provide proof of automobile liability insurance as required under California State Vehicle Code. Will follow traffic regulations while driving as a function of job responsibilities and maintain insurability with Kings View’s liability carrier.

14.   Complete Service Activity Logs (SALs) and notes daily before leaving work for the day. 

15.   Other duties as assigned.

 

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Mental Health Clinician I - unlicensed (203)

Job Title: Mental Health Clinician I - unlicensed (203)

Program: Kings View Behavioral Health Services - Shasta
Schedule/Work Hours: This position may require non-traditional hours based on the needs of the program.
Reporting To: Clinical Manager II
Position/s Available at Location:  2
Position Status: Full-Time
Employee Classification: Exempt

Benefits:  Position is eligible for Benefits to include Medical, Dental, Vision, Company paid Life Insurance, 9 paid Holidays, Paid Vacation & Sick Leave, 401(k) w/ Match

Salary: DOE
 
Requirements/Experience:
 
1)      Master’s Degree in Counseling or Social Work from an accredited graduate school. (Transcripts required)
2)      Proof of Registration with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.

3)      Ability in direct client-centered services with an interest in practicing psychotherapy. 

 
Essential Duties:

1.       Provide initial assessments to determine if a consumer will benefit from and meets the criteria for EPSDT services.

2.       Complete psychosocial assessments, diagnosis, progress notes, progress reports and formulation of treatment plans.

3.       Prepare and provide HIPAA compliant clinical information for your consumer as needed.

4.       Collaborate and interact as needed with outside agency staff persons, ie- school-based treatment settings, Child Family Services, Child Protective Services, and Juvenile Probation, to ensure effective communication for optimum consumer outcomes.

5.       Participate in weekly individual and group clinical supervision as needed.  Prepare and present cases for review and participate in staff consultation to determine appropriate service delivery interventions.

6.       Exercise awareness of cultural differences when they exist and adjust clinical practice to consumer’s racial/ethnic background.

7.       Be sensitive to community agencies and general public’s need for quick access for mental health services and to help promote a positive image to the community.

8.       Familiarity with and adherence to compliance with the code of conduct and the requirements of the compliance program are elements of performance evaluations and conditions of employment.

9.       In the course of performing job duties, follows all Kings View policies and procedures, administrative directives, all relevant county, state and federal regulations, and any performance obligations contained in Kings View program contracts with other entities.

10.   This position may require non-traditional hours based on the need of the program.   The employee  may be required to cover non-traditional work hours.

11.   Maintain status with Board of Behavioral Sciences

12.   Achieve all performance standards.

13.   Maintain current valid California Driver’s License.  If operating a vehicle as a function of employment with Kings View employee will provide proof of automobile liability insurance as required under California State Vehicle Code. Will follow traffic regulations while driving as a function of job responsibilities and maintain insurability with Kings View’s liability carrier.

14.   Complete Service Activity Logs (SALs) and notes daily before leaving work for the day.

15.   Other duties as assigned.

 

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Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselor (198)

Job Title: Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselor (198)

Program: Hanford DDP
Schedule/Work Hours: Monday - Saturday, as needed 
Reporting To: Clinical Supervisor
Position/s Available at Location: 1
Position Status: Part-Time
Employee Classification: Non-Exempt
Benefits: This position is NOT eligible for Benefits 
Salary: $12.50 - $20.10
 
Requirements/Experience:
AA degree or 60 college semester units with emphasis in behavioral or social sciences. Two years related experience. Three years abstinence if the is a history of substance abuse. Must maintain certification in good standing by a State approved certifying organization to provide substance abuse disorder services.
 
Essential Duties:
Provide case management, group and/or education services.
 

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Program Assistant / Driver (174)

Job Title: Program Assistant / Driver (174)

Program: Kings View WEC - Atwater
Schedule/Work Hours: M-F 7 hours per day, shift varies
Reporting To: Operations Manager / Program Director
Position/s Available at Location: 1
Position Status: Part-Time
Employee Classification: Non-Exempt
Benefits:  Position is eligible for Benefits to include Medical, Dental, Vision, Company paid Life Insurance, 9 Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation & Sick Leave, 401 (k) w/ Match
Salary: DOE
 
Requirements/ Experience: 

Supervise train/coach consumers with intellectual and physical disabilities on social skills as outlined by their individual integration plan. Provide training/coach consumers with intellectual and physical disabilities in the areas of daily living skills (e.g., social, domestic, community integration, vocational and self-care).  

Essential Duties:
Supervise train/coach consumers with intellectual and physical disabilities on social skills as outlined by their individual integration plan.
Provide training/coach consumers with intellectual and physical disabilities in the areas of daily living skills (e.g., social, domestic, community integration, vocational and self-care)
Develop strong working relationships with community agencies, program supervisor, care providers, peers, and family members.
Be flexible to cross train all departments to meet the needs of all consumers.
Knowledge in utilizing assistive devices (e.g. mechanical lifts, wheelchairs, walkers, hearing aids, adaptive feeding utensils)
Providing physical assistance and supervision according to the dietary needs of the consumers.
Maintain knowledge of the principles of each consumer service needs and or behaviors to assist them with accomplishing individual goals.
Daily charting and data collection on progression and regression of consumer objective goals.
Report any problems to your supervisor timely to allow for any concerns to be addressed timely.
Represent and positively promote program to funding source, community agencies, families, and related groups.
Provide coaching and redirection to consumers with behavior challenges during crisis situations.
Complete and report all consumer related incidents, accidents, behaviors.
Follow and operate according to all HIPAA regulations.
Capable of working in a fast paced environment.
Problem solve during crisis situations.
Maintain complete confidentiality of consumer information at all times.
Provide summaries of clients' progress in the community and report any problems to your supervisor timely to allow for any concerns to be addressed timely.
Attend monthly and quarterly mandatory staff meetings.
Complete required paperwork in the event of incidents/accidents to your supervisor.
Follow the company policies and procedures while maintaining and following Title 22 regulations.
• Maintain professionalism in the workplace at all times.
Submit timecard and expense sheets to the supervisor according to the timelines stipulated in policy.
Computer Literate. Knowledge of software, Microsoft and Excel.
Create and follow a lesson plan according to required curriculum outline.
Keep a clean working area, occasional cleanup of facility including changing rooms and restrooms.
Maintain consumer's outlined medical plan as directed by physician.
Assisting consumers with total care of bowel and bladder.
Maintain a safe environment for the consumers; prevent harm to consumers, self, and others.
Work and create a teamwork environment, supporting ideas, creating ideas, and execution of projects.
Complete and maintain current CPR/FA certification.
Report any safety concerns to management in a timely manner.
Follow outlined program plans in relation to behavioral programs.
Other duties as assigned by supervisors.
Must possess or be able to obtain a Class B Commercial driver's license with passenger endorsement
Inspect vehicle for defects and safe operating conditions before, during and after trips and submit a written report on the condition of the vehicle at the end of each trip. 
Report all accidents and incidents involving drivers or company equipment.
Report highway safety hazards noted in route
Promptly report any delays due to breakdowns, weather or traffic conditions or other emergencies or in the event of irregularities relating to pick up or delivery of cargo. Passengers.
Operate lift controls for loading and unloading of passengers.
Proper handling and accurate completion of all necessary paperwork related to vehicle operation.
 
 

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Program Assistant / Driver (173)

Job Title: Program Assistant / Driver (173)

Program: Kings View WEC - Atwater
Schedule/Work Hours: M-F 8 hours per day, shift varies
Reporting To: Operations Manager / Program Director
Position/s Available at Location: 1
Position Status: Full-Time
Employee Classification: Non-Exempt
Benefits:  Position is eligible for Benefits to include Medical, Dental, Vision, Company paid Life Insurance, 9 Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation & Sick Leave, 401 (k) w/ Match
Salary: DOE
 
Requirements/ Experience: 

Supervise train/coach consumers with intellectual and physical disabilities on social skills as outlined by their individual integration plan. Provide training/coach consumers with intellectual and physical disabilities in the areas of daily living skills (e.g., social, domestic, community integration, vocational and self-care).  

Essential Duties:
Supervise train/coach consumers with intellectual and physical disabilities on social skills as outlined by their individual integration plan.
Provide training/coach consumers with intellectual and physical disabilities in the areas of daily living skills (e.g., social, domestic, community integration, vocational and self-care)
Develop strong working relationships with community agencies, program supervisor, care providers, peers, and family members.
Be flexible to cross train all departments to meet the needs of all consumers.
Knowledge in utilizing assistive devices (e.g. mechanical lifts, wheelchairs, walkers, hearing aids, adaptive feeding utensils)
Providing physical assistance and supervision according to the dietary needs of the consumers.
Maintain knowledge of the principles of each consumer service needs and or behaviors to assist them with accomplishing individual goals.
Daily charting and data collection on progression and regression of consumer objective goals.
Report any problems to your supervisor timely to allow for any concerns to be addressed timely.
Represent and positively promote program to funding source, community agencies, families, and related groups.
Provide coaching and redirection to consumers with behavior challenges during crisis situations.
Complete and report all consumer related incidents, accidents, behaviors.
Follow and operate according to all HIPAA regulations.
Capable of working in a fast paced environment.
Problem solve during crisis situations.
Maintain complete confidentiality of consumer information at all times.
Provide summaries of clients' progress in the community and report any problems to your supervisor timely to allow for any concerns to be addressed timely.
Attend monthly and quarterly mandatory staff meetings.
Complete required paperwork in the event of incidents/accidents to your supervisor.
Follow the company policies and procedures while maintaining and following Title 22 regulations.
• Maintain professionalism in the workplace at all times.
Submit timecard and expense sheets to the supervisor according to the timelines stipulated in policy.
Computer Literate. Knowledge of software, Microsoft and Excel.
Create and follow a lesson plan according to required curriculum outline.
Keep a clean working area, occasional cleanup of facility including changing rooms and restrooms.
Maintain consumer's outlined medical plan as directed by physician.
Assisting consumers with total care of bowel and bladder.
Maintain a safe environment for the consumers; prevent harm to consumers, self, and others.
Work and create a teamwork environment, supporting ideas, creating ideas, and execution of projects.
Complete and maintain current CPR/FA certification.
Report any safety concerns to management in a timely manner.
Follow outlined program plans in relation to behavioral programs.
Other duties as assigned by supervisors.
Must possess or be able to obtain a Class B Commercial driver's license with passenger endorsement
Inspect vehicle for defects and safe operating conditions before, during and after trips and submit a written report on the condition of the vehicle at the end of each trip. 
Report all accidents and incidents involving drivers or company equipment.
Report highway safety hazards noted in route
Promptly report any delays due to breakdowns, weather or traffic conditions or other emergencies or in the event of irregularities relating to pick up or delivery of cargo. Passengers.
Operate lift controls for loading and unloading of passengers.
Proper handling and accurate completion of all necessary paperwork related to vehicle operation.
 
 

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Community Mental Health Nurse LVN/LPT (167)

Job Title: Community Mental Health Nurse LVN/LPT (167)

Program: South Tulare County Mobile Unit / One Stop
Schedule/Work Hours: Varies depending on Clinic need
Reporting To: Clinical Manager
Position/s Available at Location: 1
Position Status: Per Diem - On-Call
Employee Classification: Non-Exempt
Benefits: This position is not eligible for Benefits
Salary: $18.00 per hour + DOE
 
Requirements/Experience:
Graduate of an accredited L.V. Nor L.P.T. nursing program. A valid California L.V.N. or L.P.T. license. One-year nursing experience post A.A. degree in nursing. Working knowledge of medications especially psychotropic drugs and their administration in a psychiatric setting. 
Knowledge of current laws regarding storage of drugs, dispensing and administration. Knowledge of psychiatric syndromes. Skills in effective communication both written and oral. 
California DMV license, the ability to drive, and the ability to see consumers in the field when needed. 
 
Essential Duties:
This position provides basic nursing care and administers medications in a community mental health program. The individual has responsibility to observe and distinguish a broad range of problems of a physical and socio-psychological nature and to intervene in such problems to facilitate client's highest level of functioning. This position requires sensitivity in relating to clients, families, staff and community.      
 

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Driver/Program Assistant (155)

Job Title: Driver/Program Assistant (155)

Program: WEC Atwater
Schedule/Work Hours: Monday - Friday, hours vary
Reporting To: Operations Manager
Position/s Available at Location: 1
Position Status: Full-Time
Employee Classification: Non-Exempt
Benefits: This position is eligible for Benefits include Medical, Dental & Vision, 9 paid Holidays, Paid Vacation & Sick Leave, 401(k) w/ Match
Salary: Market competitive salary - DOE
 
Requirements/Experience:
  • High School Diploma
  • Must possess or be able to obtain a Class B Commercial driver’s license with passenger endorsement
  • Specialized Knowledge: Landscaping, janitorial and/or kitchen experience, a plus
  • Computer skills
  • Read/write English
Professional Certifications:
1.   CPR certified
2.   First Aid certified
3.   Class B driver's license with passenger endorsement
 
Essential Duties:
  • Will be responsible for driving to and from designated locations.
  • Maintain records required for compliance with state and federal regulation including, mileage records and other records required by law
  • Inspect vehicle for defects and safe operating conditions before, during and after trips and submit a written report on the condition of the vehicle at the end of each trip.
  • Report all accidents and incidents involving drivers or company equipment.
  • Report highway safety hazards noted in route
  • Promptly report any delays due to breakdowns, weather or traffic conditions or other emergencies or in the event of irregularities relating to pick up or delivery of cargo. Passengers.
  • Operate lift controls for loading and unloading of passengers.
  • Proper handling and accurate completion of all necessary paperwork related to vehicle operation.
  • Supervise a crew of up to 13 developmentally disabled adults
  • Directly interact with each crew member and assist with daily living skills
  • Perform duties associated with the specific crew (landscaping, janitorial, kitchen, etc.)
  • Ensure each client understands how to safely operate each piece of equipment that is assigned to the crew
  • Maintain client files that include specific goals for each individual and keep the files updated monthly as required
  • Assist counselors with creating goals for each client and assuring that each client works toward achieving those goals
  • Responsible for filing incident reports which include but are not limited to: suspected abuse, suspected neglect, on-the-job accidents, violence or any other behavior that requires a mandated report
  • Ensure all equipment that is assigned to the crew works properly; tag any item with specific issues for the shop mechanic
  • Ensure the trailer is properly equipped with all necessary supplies each day
  • Complete each contract with customer service in mind
  • Remain patient as the needs of each individual client change from day to day
  • Responsible for ensuring client timecards are properly filled out each day
  • Any other duties assigned by the operations manager, as needed
 

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Driver/Crew Leader (122 & 123)

Job Title: Driver/Crew Leader (122 & 123)
Program: WEC, Atwater
Schedule/Work Hours: Monday - Friday / hours vary
Work Week Reporting To: Operations Manager
Position/s Available at Location: 2
Position Status: (2) Part-Time
Employee Classification: Non-Exempt
Benefits:  Positions are eligible for Benefits to include Medical, Dental & Vision, 9 paid Holidays, Paid Vacation & Sick Leave, 401(k) w/ Match
Salary: DOE
 
Requirements/ Experience: High School Diploma or equivalent. Basic computer skills and ability to read/write English. Must be CPR and First Aid certified. Must possess or be able to obtain Class B Commercial driver’s license with passenger endorsement. Specialized knowledge of landscaping, janitorial and/or kitchen experience, a plus.
 
Essential Duties: To include but not necessarily be limited to the following:
 
1.    Will be responsible for driving to and from designated locations.
2.    Maintain records required for compliance with state and federal regulation including, mileage records and other records required by law
3.    Inspect vehicle for defects and safe operating conditions before, during and after trips and submit a written report on the condition of the vehicle at the end of each trip.
4.    Report all accidents and incidents involving drivers or company equipment.
5.    Report highway safety hazards noted in route
6.    Promptly report any delays due to breakdowns, weather or traffic conditions or other emergencies or in the event of irregularities relating to pick up or delivery of cargo. Passengers.
7.    Operate lift controls for loading and unloading of passengers.
8.    Proper handling and accurate completion of all necessary paperwork related to vehicle operation.
9.    Supervise a crew of up to 13 developmentally disabled adults
10.  Directly interact with each crew member and assist with daily living skills
11.  Perform duties associated with the specific crew (landscaping, janitorial, kitchen, etc.)
12.  Ensure each client understands how to safely operate each piece of equipment that is assigned to the crew
13.  Maintain client files that include specific goals for each individual and keep the files updated monthly as required
14.  Assist counselors with creating goals for each client and assuring that each client works toward achieving those goals
15.  Responsible for filing incident reports which include but are not limited to: suspected abuse, suspected neglect, on-the-job accidents, violence or any other behavior that requires a mandated report
16.  Ensure all equipment that is assigned to the crew works properly; tag any item with specific issues for the shop mechanic
17.  Ensure the trailer is properly equipped with all necessary supplies each day
18.  Complete each contract with customer service in mind
19.  Remain patient as the needs of each individual client change from day to day
20.  Responsible for ensuring client timecards are properly filled out each day 
 
 

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Per Diem/On Call - Program Assistant (WEC - Atwater) (106)

Job Title: Per Diem / On Call - Program Assistant  (106)

Program: Work Experience Center - Atwater

Schedule/Work Hours: Monday - Friday / 8:30 am - 2:00 pm

                                 (No Weekends, No Evenings, No Holidays)

Work Week Reporting To: Program Director 

Position/s Available at Location: 10 positions available

Position Status: Per Diem/On-Call

Employee Classification: Non-Exempt

Benefits: Position NOT eligible for Benefits

Salary: $11.00 + DOE

 

Requirements/Experience: Educational achievement equivalent to graduation from high school

 

Essential Duties: Under immediate supervision, position assists in the service delivery program to clients and performs related work as required. Demonstrate interest in the care of developmentally disabled.  Exhibit a kind, courteous, friendly, and outgoing manner. Demonstrate the ability to learn required techniques, practices, and terminology. Maintain a valid California Class C Driver License if required for the position assigned.  May be required to maintain a California Class B Driver License. Must meet employment eligibility requirements as established by the program's licensing agency.

 

 

 

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Driver (WEC-Los Banos) (113)

Job Title: Driver (113)

Program: WEC - Los Banos
Schedule/Work Hours: Monday - Friday
                                       Split Shift 6:00am-7:30am and 1:45pm-3:00pm
                                       (No Weekends, No Evenings, No Holidays (9 Major))
Reporting To: Program Manager 
Position/s Available at Location: 1
Position Status: Part-Time
Employee Classification: Non-Exempt
This Position: Is NOT eligible for benefits 
Salary: $11.00 + DOE
 
Requirements/Experience:
Class C Driver's License Required; Class B commercial driver’s license with a passenger endorsement preferred. Experience driving commercial vehicles including 15 passenger vans and wheelchair accessible vehicles.  
 
Essential Duties:
Transport and deliver passengers to and from program. Inspect vehicles dailly according to DMV/CHP
 

 

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Adult Day Program Coordinator (117)

Job Title: Adult Day Program Coordinator(117)

Program: Work Experience Center - Atwater
Schedule/Work Hours: Monday - Friday, 8am - 4:30pm
Position/s Available at Location:  1
Position Status: Full-Time
Employee Classification: Exempt
Benefits: This position is eligible for Benefits to include Medical, Dental & Vision, 9 Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation and Sick Leave, 401(k) w/Match   
Salary:  $17.00 + DOE
 
Requirements/Experience:
 
BA in Human Services field or related field. Five years' experience working with adult who have Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Three years case management experience. Three years supervisory experience. Familiarity with the California service delivery system for people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
 
Essential Duties:
 
Manages a caseload up to 50 consumers with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and supervises 8 direct care staff.
 

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Suicide Intervention Specialist - VOLUNTEER AND PER DIEM EMPLOYEES

Job Title: Volunteer Crisis Worker with potential per diem opportunities
WE ARE IN NEED OF VOLUNTEERS....
Program: Central Valley Suicide Prevention Hotline
Schedule/Work Hours: Various. This is a 24 hour per day/ 7 day per week operation.
Position status: Volunteer (Please ask about paid Per Diem fill in shift opportunities)
Benefits: Position Not Eligible for Benefits
Position(s) available at (location): CVSPH, location disclosed upon employment
 
Requirements/ Experience:
• High School Diploma/Basic Computer Skills.
• Experience working with the public
• Strong communication skills
• Strong listening skills
• Ability to take clear concise notes
 
Essential Duties:
• Provide telephone crisis and suicide risk evaluations at Central Valley Suicide Prevention Hotline. This service is a telephone based position where there is not face to face contact with those utilizing the service. Know resources within seven counties being served.
• Provide crisis evaluation, intervention and counseling to those in crisis. Specifically, provide suicide risk assessment for Central Valley Suicide Prevention Hotline callers. Be willing to work various hours as the program operates 24hrs a day, 365 days a year. Work with various counties as their After Hours Crisis Communication Center.
• Have basic computer skills which will be used to document each call and collect data for counties being served. • Have willingness to be trained on basic suicide and crisis intervention techniques to utilize on hotline phone service. Have ability to work with supervisor and emergency responders who will be called on a 911 basis for rescue and safety checks
• Have willingness to assist in training volunteers to all aspects of the Central Valley Suicide Prevention Hotline functions.
 
Volunteer Position: Call Nicole Partnoff, 559-256-7678 for more information
 

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