Current JFS Open Positions



 

Resource Navigator
Helpdesk Technician I

Volunteer Coordination and Refugee Economic Self-Sufficiency AmeriCorps

Program Assistant - Safe Parking Lot Program

Facilities Maintenance Assistant

Housing Specialist

Foodmobile Driver

Marketing Specialist
 

AmeriCorps Immigration Volunteer & Outreach Coordinator

Administrative Assistant, Philanthropy
Staff Accountant II

Foodmobile Driver

Bilingual (Spanish) CSF Parent Educator 
Intake - Bilingual Resource Navigator (English and Spanish required)
Geriatric Case Aide

Back-up Overnight Donation Pick-up Driver 
Class B Back Up Driver

Geriatric Case Aide
On the Go Excursion Driver (Back-Up)

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Resource Navigator 

Position Type: Full-time, 37.50 hours per week, Non-exempt 

Standardized Benefits: Benefits for this position include a 401(k) plan, medical, dental and vision coverage, flexible spending accounts, life insurance and generous holiday benefits.

Overview: The Resource Navigator position will specialize in providing brief support on the phone or for walk-in clients, predominately for those who need access to general resources. Resource Navigator will provide welcoming, integrated, culturally and linguistically responsive services focused on clients’ strengths and collaborate with other staff to support the long-term self-sufficiency of individuals and families.  This position will report to the Director of Access and Counseling Services.

What You Will Do: 

  • Be the primary point of engagement for telephone callers and walk-in clients, assess each situation and identify high risk concerns
  • Connect client to JFS programs as well as external programs that best meet the clients’ need(s)
  • Schedule appointments for the Corner Market and other JFS programs 
  • Specialize in the maintenance of current resources available through JFS programs as well as outside community resources
  • Act as a backup to the front desk reception, when needed
  • Maintain documentation of client interactions in database software in line with the quality standard set by supervisor 
  • Identify service gaps/needs and collaborate with others to ensure coordination with the best resources to maximize client success

You Will Need:  

  • Bilingual English/Spanish preferred
  • At least one-year experience in a similar role, or equivalent combination of training, education and experience 
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or social service/health-related field is preferred, but not required
  • Current knowledge or demonstrated ability to quickly learn San Diego social service resources 
  • Experience working with persons in crisis, implementing brief interventions 
  • Demonstrated persistence in finding resources that address the multi-factored impacts of poverty
  • Experience setting limits when working with poor and stressed clients, often in some level of urgency
  • Ability to show an unconditional positive regard for clients who turn to JFS for support
  • Comfort working in an environment where multiple languages are spoken – bilingual/bicultural candidates are preferred
  • Sensitivity to cultural differences present in the organizations/programs service population
  • Previous training in Motivational Interviewing is preferred

You Will Love: 

  • Helping families and individuals access resources
  • A collaborative, interactive and team based work environment
  • Trauma Informed Care, Motivational Interviewing, Restorative Justice 
  • Seeking out creative strategies to ensure optimum results for clients who turn to JFS for support

Contact Information:

The ideal candidate’s skills and passion are more important to us for this position than just experience and education – so, if you fit the description and want to jump out of bed every day to do this job, we want to hear from you. Please visit our website before applying – www.jfssd.org to learn more about our multi-faceted agency. 

To apply, please submit your cover letter including salary requirements, and resume on the following link: https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1659431. Incomplete submissions will not be considered. Please, no phone calls. Please, principals only. Please, local candidates only (relocation is not provided).

Helpdesk Technician I 

Position Type: Full-Time (37.50 hours/week), Non-Exempt

Standardized Benefits: Benefits for this position include a 401(k) plan, medical, dental and vision coverage, flexible spending accounts, life insurance and generous holiday benefits.

Position Overview: 

Provides technical support to 300+ users in locations throughout San Diego and Riverside County. 

Essential Functions:  

  • PC/Laptop setup and configuration
  • Microsoft Office setup and configuration 
  • Monitor daily IT tasks Troubleshoot existing network, printers and storage devices 
  • Assisting end-users in use of all application software Support server hardware Support 
  • Windows Server and Client operating systems Proactively identify issues, creating incidents, creating KB articles, escalating incidents, provide inventory documentation and 
  • Actively participating in the problem resolution process 
  • Supporting Windows Client and Server operating systems 

Skills/Abilities that are a Must-Have:

  • College graduate with a minimum of three years related experience 
  • Experience working helpdesk/technical support systems 
  • Ability to Create, modify, and deploy OS images 
  • Strong communication, organization, prioritization, and written skills 
  • Technical knowledge of the following areas
  • MS Windows Server 2012/16
  • Windows OS 7 & 10

Skills/Abilities we’d like you to have:

  • Solid Networking skills including; 
  • LAN/WAN/Router/Firewall experience 
  • CompTIA A+, N+, Security+ certifications 
  • Microsoft Exchange 2010 and SCE experience a plus Technical degree or equivalent experience 
  • Excellent troubleshooting abilities 
  • Cabling experience a plus

Contact Information:

To be considered, please use the following link to apply: https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1768146. Please, principals only. Please, no follow-up phone calls or emails.

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Volunteer Coordination and Refugee Economic Self-Sufficiency AmeriCorps

Background: Jewish Family Service of San Diego provides a wide range of vital human services to empower people of all ages and faiths to reach their goals and build better lives.  

Scope of Service:

The Refugee AmeriCorps Member will partner with the Intensive Case Management and Employment team to address barriers to the attainment of early economic self-sufficiency for refugee and asylee clients, who include clients with serious medical and mental health conditions, single parents, and victims of sexual and gender-based violence. The AmeriCorps Member will help to ensure that clients receive comprehensive support and community services that will enable the clients to gain control of their specific needs. This position reports to the Director of Refugee and Immigration Services.

Training Requirements: JFS will provide training during an orientation period, offering background on the organization’s goals and objectives, strategies for change and values around service provision and community participation. Information and background on the refugee communities will also be shared to ensure that Members have a greater understanding of the history and needs of different refugee communities. Trainings will orient Members to their communities, the needs of resettled refugees, and the volunteer base they can tap into. Refugee AmeriCorps Members will also be educated on the AmeriCorps program and its regulations. In addition, Members will be provided specific skills to achieve desired program outcomes, such as leadership and program management, as well as job training and professional development opportunities.

Responsibilities: 

  • Recruit, train, supervise and support volunteers, with focus on the agency’s intensive case management and employment programs
  • Develop volunteer training materials
  • Develop procedures & protocols for volunteer functions
  • Educate clients on U.S. healthcare, job market, and financial literacy
  • Map community assets and help make referrals to community partners
  • Develop program resources to assist resettlement staff in providing intensive case management 
  • Outreach to health care providers, employers, local businesses, and community organizations to recruit Intensive Case Management and Jobs-for-Refugees volunteers and expert advisors
  • Identify education providers who create training opportunities for refugees

Requirements:

  • Must be a US citizen or legal permanent resident and authorized to work in the U.S.
  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Must have a high school diploma (undergraduate degree strongly preferred)
  • Must commit to one full year of service
  • Desire and ability to work with a diverse group of people, particularly those living in low-income distressed neighborhoods
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Excellent computer skills
  • Good written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule (some night and weekends may be required)
  • Understanding and appreciation of different cultures and experiences
  • Interest and/or experience working with refugee populations
  • Knowledge of Refugee Resettlement Process and San Diego community or willingness to learn

Upon completion of service, Refugee AmeriCorps Members will be eligible to receive an education award of $5,815.

Prohibited Activities:

While charging time to the AmeriCorps program, accumulating service or training hours, or otherwise performing activities supported by the AmeriCorps program or CNCS, staff and members may not engage in the following activities:

a. Attempting to influence legislation;

b. Organizing or engaging in protests, petitions, boycotts, or strikes;

c. Assisting, promoting, or deterring union organizing;

d. Impairing existing contracts for services or collective bargaining agreements;

e. Engaging in partisan political activities, or other activities designed to influence the outcome of an election to any public office;

f. Participating in, or endorsing, events or activities that are likely to include advocacy for or against

political parties, political platforms, political candidates, proposed legislation, or elected officials;

g. Engaging in religious instruction, conducting worship services, providing instruction as part of a program that includes mandatory religious instruction or worship, constructing or operating facilities devoted to religious instruction or worship, maintaining facilities primarily or inherently devoted to religious instruction or worship, or engaging in any form of religious proselytization;

h. Providing a direct benefit to—

i. A business organized for profit;

ii. A labor union;

iii. A partisan political organization;

iv. A nonprofit organization that fails to comply with the restrictions contained in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 related to engaging in political activities or substantial amount of lobbying except that nothing in these 9 provisions shall be construed to prevent participants from engaging in advocacy activities undertaken at their own initiative; and

v. An organization engaged in the religious activities described in paragraph g. above, unless CNCS

assistance is not used to support those religious activities;

j. Conducting a voter registration drive or using CNCS funds to conduct a voter registration drive;

k. Providing abortion services or referrals for receipt of such services; and k. Such other activities as CNCS may prohibit.

AmeriCorps members may not engage in the above activities directly or indirectly by recruiting, training, or managing others for the primary purpose of engaging in one of the activities listed above. Individuals may exercise their rights as private citizens and may participate in the activities listed above on their initiative, on non- AmeriCorps time, and using non-CNCS funds. Individuals should not wear the AmeriCorps logo while doing so.

[2014 AC Provisions IV.D.3; 45 CFR § 2520.65; 42 USC § 12584a]

Nondisplacement/Nonduplication:

Nonduplication: Corporation assistance may not be used to duplicate an activity that is already available in the locality of a program. Corporation assistance will not be provided to a private nonprofit entity to conduct activities that are the same or substantially equivalent to activities provided by a State or local government agency in which such entity resides.

Nondisplacement:

(1) An employer may not displace an employee or position, including partial displacement such as reduction in hours, wages, or employment benefits, as a result of the use by such employer of a participant in a program receiving Corporation assistance.

(2) An organization may not displace a volunteer by using a participant in a program receiving Corporation assistance.

(3) A service opportunity will not be created under this chapter that will infringe in any manner on the promotional opportunity of an employed individual.

(4) A participant in a program receiving Corporation assistance may not perform any services or duties or engage in activities that would otherwise be performed by an employee as part of the assigned duties of such employee.

(5) A participant in any program receiving assistance under this chapter may not perform any services or duties, or engage in activities, that—

(i) Will supplant the hiring of employed workers; or

(ii) Are services, duties, or activities with respect to which an individual has recall rights pursuant to a collective bargaining agreement or applicable personnel procedures.

(6) A participant in any program receiving assistance under this chapter may not perform services or duties that have been performed by or were assigned to any—

(i) Presently employed worker;

(ii) Employee who recently resigned or was discharged;

(iii) Employee who is subject to a reduction in force or who has recall rights pursuant to a collective

bargaining agreement or applicable personnel procedures;

(iv) Employee who is on leave (terminal, temporary, vacation, emergency, or sick); or

(v) Employee who is on strike or who is being locked out. [45 C.F.R. §§ 2540.100(e), (f)]

Contact Information:

To be considered, please email your cover letter and resume to etlevab@jfss.org and Jessicam@jfssd.org. Please, principals only. Please, no follow-up phone calls or emails.

Program Assistant – Safe Parking Lot Program

Position Type: Part-Time (20 hours per week), evenings required

Standardized Benefits: Benefits for this position include a 401(k) plan, vacation and sick time

Overview:

The Program Assistant position will support the Dreams for Change Safe Parking Lot Program at the Jewish Family Service – Balboa Ave. parking lot. The Dreams for Change Safe Parking Lot Program supports families & individuals living in their cars find safety and support with the overall goal of long term housing stability. The Program Assistant will work with JFS and Dreams for Change staff to provide logistic and administrative support to the program. This position will report to the Housing Specialist. 

What You Will Do: 

  • Receive and screen new clients who come to the Safe Parking Lot program 
  • Be on site during evening hours (5:30PM to 9:30PM), set up and break down program operations
  • Answer the phone, respond to questions about the program and return phone calls as needed
  • Treat the parking lot like its home: know everyone who comes in and goes out, know the needs of the clients and ensure they are connected to someone to get help
  • Engage in activities, groups and games with participants 
  • Coordinate onsite volunteers and meal services
  • Act as a backup to the front desk reception, when needed
  • Assist Case Managers with inputting data into MHIS for participants activities
  • Mediate potential conflicts between participants
  • Meet for supervision bi-weekly
  • Other duties as assigned

You Will Need:  

  • One-year experience in a similar role, or equivalent combination of training, education and experience 
  • Excellent ability to navigate computer systems, databases and mobile phone technology
  • Previous housing management or property management experience is a plus
  • Bilingual English/Spanish preferred
  • Previous social service/housing/homeless experience is preferred, but not required
  • Experience setting limits when working with poor and stressed clients, often in some level of urgency and demonstrating good customer service skills
  • Ability to show an unconditional positive regard for clients who turn to the Safe Parking Lot Program/Dreams for Change and JFS for support

Contact Information:

The ideal candidate’s skills and passion are more important to us for this position than just experience and education – so, if you fit the description and want to jump out of bed every day to do this job, we want to hear from you. Please visit our website before applying – www.jfssd.org to learn more about our multi-faceted agency. 

To be considered, please apply online at: https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1752986. Please, principals only and no follow-up phone calls or emails.

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Facilities Maintenance Assistant – Temp to Hire 

Position Type: Full-Time, (37.50 hours per week), non-exempt, Temp to Hire 

Standardized Benefits: Benefits for this position include a 401(k) plan, medical, dental and vision coverage, flexible spending accounts, life insurance and generous holiday benefits.

Position Overview: 

  • Maintain professionalism at all times with co-workers, contractors and guest.
  • Assist team with overall daily operations, maintenance and basic repair of electrical, plumbing, and general maintenance requirements of the campus.
  • Respond, prioritize, complete, communicate and follow-up on staff and customer service requests per Company policy.  Utilize work order system per Company policy.
  • Assist in service requests including: lighting, restroom/kitchen plumbing, minor electrical, ceiling tiles, door/lock repair.
  • Perform the following building general maintenance tasks as required: minor carpentry, painting, drywall patch and repair, ceiling tiles/grid repair/replacement, flooring/base repair, etc.
  • Daily monitoring of meetings and conference rooms, while coordinating with IT needs.
  • Perform or assist with PM preventive maintenance of building equipment/systems as directed.
  • Communicate to supervisor when parts, supplies, or inventory items are needed. 
  • Coordinate maintenance efforts with contractors and technicians as directed by supervisor.
  • Proactive daily Inspect buildings and grounds for malfunctioning equipment building issues and unsafe conditions.
  • Report all known safety hazards, equipment issues and customer concerns.
  • Maintain all work areas in a clean and safe manner.
  • Complete other facility maintenance duties as required/assigned.
  • Respond quickly to emergency situations.
  • Comply with Company policies, procedures and directives.
  • Performs other duties or projects as assigned or requested.

Position Requirements: 

  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED) 
  • 1-2 years of building maintenance experience, including general repairs
  • Basic computer skills including ability to communicate via email, create signage, navigate through the internet, etc. 
  • A valid California Driver’s License 
  • Team player with proven mechanical aptitude, customer service skills, decision making/problem solving skills, and communication skills
  • Knowledge of basic hand/power tools

Contact Information:

To be considered, please apply for this position by using the following link: https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1754611

Please, principals only.  Please, no follow-up phone calls or emails.

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Housing Specialist

Position Type: Full-time (37.5 hours per week), Non-exempt 

Standardized Benefits: Benefits for this position include a 401(k) plan, medical, dental and vision coverage, flexible spending accounts, life insurance and generous holiday benefits.

Overview:  The Housing Specialist position is an exciting opportunity to have a real impact on moving families and individuals out of poverty.  The position will partner with Dreams for Change Safe Parking Program staff (located on JFS’s campus) to coach families & individuals living in their cars towards housing stability and ultimately long-term self-sufficiency and increased family opportunity. The Housing Specialist will be a hands-on coach for clients seeking housing support and resources from JFS and through external partners. 

What You Will Do: 

  • Advocate for families and individuals living in their cars to support client-driven housing stabilization outcomes
  • Understand current housing resources and social service supports in San Diego 
  • Engage in motivational interviewing and budgeting with families to support their transition to more permanent housing
  • Support individuals with housing interviews and housing site visits, attending with them if necessary
  • Perform quality data entry using database software, collect required information from clients
  • Identify service gaps/needs and collaborate with others to ensure coordination with the best resources to maximize client success

You Will Need:  

  • At least one-year experience in a similar role working with housing/homelessness case management services, self-sufficiency services, or equivalent combination of training, education and experience 
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or social service/health-related field is preferred, but not required
  • Knowledge of San Diego County housing and emergency resources 
  • Experience working with persons in crisis, implementing brief interventions and researching for resources that address the impacts of poverty 
  • Comfort working in an environment where multiple languages are spoken – bilingual/bicultural candidates are preferred
  • Sensitivity to cultural differences present in the organizations/programs service population
  • Previous training in Motivational Interviewing is preferred

You Will Love: 

  • Helping families and seniors access improved housing 
  • A collaborative, interactive and team based work environment
  • Trauma Informed Care and Motivational Interviewing 
  • Seeking out creative strategies to ensure optimum results for clients who turn to JFS for support

Contact Information:

The ideal candidate’s skills and passion are more important to us for this position than just experience and education – so, if you fit the description and want to jump out of bed every day to do this job, we want to hear from you. Please visit our website before applying – www.jfssd.org to learn more about our multi-faceted agency. 

To apply, please go to https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1750589 and submit your application online. Principals only, please no follow-up phone calls or emails.

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Foodmobile Driver

Position Type: 9 Hours per Week – flexible three days a week (Monday – Friday) w/ three hour shifts

Position Overview:

The Foodmobile program provides home-delivered kosher meals and friendly visits to older adults, and younger homebound disabled adults.  The Foodmobile Driver is responsible for transporting and delivering these meals in a safe, courteous, and timely manner.

Position Requirements:

The ideal candidate will have or be:

Clean DMV record and reliable transportation
High school diploma or GED 
Current CPR / First Aid certification a plus
Able to read a map and abide by all traffic rules
Ability to lift and move 25 pounds
For liability insurance purposes, Foodmobile Drivers must be age 21 or older

Contact Information:

Please click the following link to apply: https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1627487. Please, principals only. Please, no follow-up phone calls or emails

Marketing Specialist 

Position Type: Full-time, non-exempt 

Standardized Benefits: Benefits for this position include a 401(k) plan, medical, dental and vision coverage, flexible spending accounts, life insurance and generous holiday benefits.

Do you want to combine your passions for changing lives, crafting compelling communications, inspiring others, and maintaining order? Do you want to be part of a creative team that loves coming to work every day? If you answered yes, then we should talk. 

As the Marketing Specialist, your focus will be on owning our department workflow and driving our internal communications to the 200+ members of Team JFS. You will also contribute to diverse projects that tap into your passion for social media, creative writing, and visual storytelling. This is an opportunity to learn and grow professionally in a quick-paced environment with the support of a tightknit team. This dynamic position requires a person of multiple talents who can effectively communicate – in person and in writing – and translate incoming work requests into clear, actionable tasks. You will be the team player that can do a little bit of everything.  

ABOUT YOU

You favor both sides of your brain. 
While you’ve honed your reputation as a formidable organizational master, your alter ego is a creative whiz kid. You know how to stay on task, and you aren’t afraid to jump in with creative ideas to drive a project forward. You love to communicate across many channels and can adapt your style to accommodate different audiences and objectives. You have a voice, and you know how to use it to inspire and motivate. You are quick to master new technologies and you know how to utilize them to create a persuasive message.

Organization is one of your favorite sports.
You have a genuine passion for keeping things neat and tidy. You thrive on clean cabinets, inboxes, and filing systems, and you’ve never met a process you couldn’t improve. Communication is everything. You live and breathe clear, consistent, and compelling communication. You’re passionate about giving every person who interacts with the JFS brand – both internally and across external-facing channels – an unforgettable experience.

You appreciate that “together we can do much.”
We’re looking for a team player who can manage multiple administrative tasks and effectively communicate with stakeholders with grace, intelligence, and humor. You’re hungry to learn, master new skills and technologies, and train cross-functionally to support the team and the organization at large. 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Manage internal communications in partnership with the HR team to support our guiding principles and our employee engagement goals. 
  • Marketing point person: Field incoming marketing requests, update tasks in project management software, and track timelines  
  • Cross-train to assist with minor graphic design requests, website content management, and social media functions 
  • Manage editorial process, layout, and scheduling of eNewsletters
  • Update social media calendar and assist with external marketing (including copyediting for flyers, brochures, and web content) 
  • Manage images for use on social media, print, and digital collateral
  • Maintain inventory of marketing outreach materials and own check-in/check-out procedures; utilize ingenuity and critical thinking skills to innovate departmental processes

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE WILL HAVE

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Attention to detail, ability to organize and manage projects
  • Exceptional interpersonal and writing skills
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, collaborative environment
  • Sense of humor and can-do attitude
  • Follow-up and follow-through – you’ve got this
  • Proficiency in Adobe Photoshop and Microsoft Office, with ability to learn other software as needed
  • Understanding of content management systems and email marketing software

READY TO MOVE FORWARD?

To apply, please submit your cover letter, salary requirements, and resume on the following link: https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1703351. Incomplete submissions will not be considered. Please, no phone calls. Please, principals only. Local candidates only (relocation is not provided).

AmeriCorps Immigration Volunteer & Outreach Coordinator

Jewish Family Service of San Diego [JFS] and Local Initiatives Support Corporation are seeking a full-time AmeriCorps member to serve as an Immigration Volunteer & Outreach Coordinator.  The candidate will ideally begin service on October 1, 2017 and serve a minimum of 1700 hours though the end of his/her term on July 31, 2018. 

ORGANZIATION BACKGROUNDS

Jewish Family Service (JFS) is a client-centered, impact-driven organization working to build a stronger, healthier, more resilient San Diego. We believe every person deserves the opportunity to become self‑sufficient. Our definition of self‑sufficiency is broad, reflecting the complex and multi‑faceted nature of people’s lives. To us, becoming self-sufficient means achieving financial, physical, emotional, social, and spiritual health. To that end, we provide services in three related and mutually reinforcing Impact Areas: Empowering Individuals & Families to Move Toward Self‑Sufficiency, Supporting Aging With Dignity, and Fostering Community Connection & Engagement.

Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) is dedicated to helping community residents transform distressed neighborhoods into healthy and sustainable communities of choice and opportunity — good places to work, do business and raise children.  LISC combines corporate, government and philanthropic resources to help community-based organizations revitalize underserved neighborhoods. This strategy extends to the LISC AmeriCorps program where we support placing AmeriCorps Members with local non-profit partners. Members assist in efforts to revitalize underserved neighborhoods across America and create vibrant places for people to live, work, and play.   

AMERICORPS MEMBER ACTIVITIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The Immigration Volunteer & Outreach Coordinator AmeriCorps LISC member will support the mission of JFS by working with the immigration department and help reach goals by leveraging the talent of volunteers. We are dedicated to creating meaningful opportunities for people in search of better lives and for those seeking to make better lives possible. Specifically, this position will impact the San Diego immigrant community by using trained volunteers to assist immigrants with navigating our very complex immigration system, ultimately resulting in higher numbers of immigrants in our community obtaining more secure immigration benefits (Green Card, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival), and for others, the opportunity to naturalize and become a U.S. citizen. The ability to obtain more secure immigration benefits result in higher numbers of immigrants obtaining employment, access to healthcare, family reunification, and civic engagement. This position will also facilitate with outreach efforts into the immigrant communities to inform them of existing immigration benefits and connect them with quality low cost legal resources.

  • Develop and implement effective volunteer management processes and procedures to recruit, orient, train, supervise, place, evaluate and recognize volunteers.
  • Work in the community to build strategic relationships, conduct a variety of outreach activities, and recruit program participants.
  • Design and implement outreach activities using a variety of media and strategies to increase awareness in local refugee, asylee and immigrant communities about the availability of low cost immigration services.
  • Participate in training seminars, online courses, and shadowing of immigration attorneys and BIA accredited representatives.
  • Conduct screening interviews at JFS main office with interested volunteers.
  • Hold monthly volunteer trainings and orientations. 
  • Maintain active correspondence with volunteer base to ensure the volunteer experience is going well and in the case it is not, make appropriate adjustments and changes. 
  • Collect and submit monthly statistics to the Volunteer Engagement Department.
  • Work closely with the Immigration Services Team to determine volunteer needs.
  • Actively recruit a total number of 30 volunteers to become citizenship tutors, volunteer instructors, immigration law advocates, or administrative volunteers. 

AMERICORPS MEMBER PERFORMANCE

Members will be provided with goal(s) at the onset of the service assignment based on the activities and responsibilities noted above.  Members will track goal attainment monthly through an on-line system (training provided). Members will also discuss professional performance in the form of a mid-term and final performance appraisal.

CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND SERVICE REQUIREMENTS

  • Members perform day to day service at Jewish Family Service and are expected to attend and participate in all LISC AmeriCorps sponsored activities including but not limited to: 
  • Attending a local onboarding session coordinated by LISC and an onsite orientation to our organization
  • Attending a national leadership conference tentatively scheduled for March 2018
  • Attending all locally sponsored monthly meetings
  • Participating in nationally sponsored webinars
  • Actively participating in at least two locally identified and team coordinated service projects (one for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service and one for National AmeriCorps Week); and,
  • Engaging in any other LISC events as determined by the local LISC office
  • Spanish speaking is a must

This is an AmeriCorps position.  LISC and Jewish Family Service will not allow the member to engage in activities that are considered prohibited under the terms of the grant while serving as a LISC AmeriCorps member.

DESIRED SKILLS

  • Desire and ability to work with a diverse group of people, particularly those living in low-income distressed neighborhoods
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Excellent computer skills
  • Good written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule (some night and weekends may be required)
  • Understanding and appreciation of different cultures and experiences 
  • Interest and/or experience working with immigrant populations 
  • Knowledge of Citizenship process and San Diego community or willingness to learn 

PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

To be eligible to participate as a LISC AmeriCorps member the candidate must meet all eligibility requirements to serve as a National Service participant including but not limited to:

  • Be eligible to earn 100% of a full-time education award
  • Be eligible to perform a term of national service
  • Possess a high school degree, GED certificate or agree to achieve GED during the term of service
  • Be at least 17 years of age (note there is no upper age limit)
  • Have unexpired proof of status as a US citizen or possess unexpired permanent resident status and be able to provide documentation as determined by CNCS 
  • Be available to serve for a full 10 month period of time 
  • Be able to complete at least 1700 hours of service within the 10 months of service as well as serve the full term of the service

NATIONAL SERVICE CRIMINAL HISTORY SEARCH REQUIREMENT

If a candidate has a criminal record, it does not necessarily make a candidate ineligible for service. Only candidates who are subject to registry on the National Sex Offender Public Website or have been convicted of murder may not participate as an AmeriCorps member.  Only candidates being offered and then accepting the position must consent to a search of the National Sex Offender Public Website, a State Level Criminal History Search and an FBI search. Consent is provided via the LISC AmeriCorps application.

PROGRAM BENEFITS

Upon successful completion of the term of service, the member will be eligible for a $5,815 education award to pay off existing, eligible student loans or return to school. Members are eligible to place existing student loans (loans must qualify and not in a state of default) into AmeriCorps forbearance.  The position pays a total stipend of $15,000.  The stipend is taxable and paid in 20 equal checks twice a month from LISC.  Direct deposit is highly encouraged.  A health care benefit is available for the participant only (dependents are not eligible).  For members with children under the age of 13, there is a child care subsidy benefit available which is dependent on the participant meeting all eligibility requirements (This benefit is administered by a contracted provider via the Corporation for National and Community Service).   

HOW TO APPLY: 
Email resume and cover letter to Celeste Caton at celestec@jfssd.org.

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Administrative Assistant, Philanthropy

Position Type: Full-time (37.5 hours per week), non-exempt

Standardized Benefits: Benefits for this position include a 401(k) plan, medical, dental and vision coverage, flexible spending accounts, life insurance and generous holiday benefits.

Position Overview:

The Administrative Assistant is an integral member of the dynamic 12-person Philanthropy Team, which works out of the beautiful state-of-the art Joan & Irwin Jacobs Campus to raise the funds needed to help more than 20,000 children, families, and older adults who receive life-changing services from Jewish Family Service each year.

The Administrative Assistant for our development team provides high quality administrative support for JFS’s Annual Campaign, Planned Giving, Institutional Giving, and Government Relations. The ideal candidate thrives in fast-paced, goal-oriented, supportive … and fun setting!

The Administrative Assistant has a positive, can-do attitude and is happy to lend a hand to make sure all tasks are completed correctly and on time. The ideal candidate is a fast learner who anticipates the needs of the team. This person has exceptional interpersonal communication and organizational skills that they use to help the team achieve JFS’s fundraising and public policy goals.
Job Responsibilities:
  • Meeting support for Development and Public Affairs Committees and staff meetings, including Outlook calendar scheduling, set-up for meeting, gathering and disseminating documents, and notetaking 
  • Administrative support and registration responsibilities for special donor events and receptions
  • General clerical support including meeting scheduling for Chief Philanthropy Officer, coordinating travel, and ordering supplies
  • Enter and find donor information in Raisers Edge database, as needed
  • Respond efficiently to calls from donors, volunteers, and staff, in a professional and friendly manner
  • Support donor relations projects, as needed
  • Organize and maintain records, files, and other materials
  • Assist with bulk mailings 

Requirements and Qualifications:

The ideal candidate will have or be:

  • At least two years’ experience providing administrative support 
  • Excellent time management, and customer relations skills
  • Ability to handle multiple time sensitive assignments 
  • Highly proficient in Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint
  • Event support experience
  • Experience with meeting planning
  • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills, including the ability to convey information clearly via email and over the phone
  • Excellent organizational and problem-solving skills, with the ability to manage multiple and shifting priorities and projects
  • Quick data entry skills balanced with strong accuracy and attention to detail
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality regarding sensitive donor information

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To apply, please submit your cover letter including salary requirements, and resume on the following link: https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1685308. Incomplete submissions will not be considered. Please, no phone calls. Please, principals only. Please, local candidates only (relocation is not provided).

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Staff Accountant II

Position Type: Full-time, non-exempt 

Standardized Benefits: Benefits for this position include a 401(k) plan, medical, dental and vision coverage, flexible spending accounts, life insurance and generous holiday benefits.

Position Overview:

The Staff Accountant II assists with the month-end and year-end close process and is responsible for prepaid expenses, various accruals, allocations, and account reconciliations. The Staff Accountant II is responsible for grant claims. The Staff Accountant II performs special analyses as requested by the Controller.

Responsibilities:

  • Assists with month-end and year-end close process.
  • Prepares grant-related claims to federal, state, local, and private funding sources. 
  • Prepares various accrual and allocation journal entries on a monthly basis.
  • Reconciles prepaid expenses and other account reconciliations on a monthly basis.
  • Assists in the annual audit process including the preparation of audit schedules.
  • Prepares special analyses as requested by the Controller or CFO.

Skills/Abilities That Are a Must-Have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting. Minimum 5 + years accounting experience. 
  • Experience working in a non-profit setting.
  • Knowledge and understanding of accounting concepts, theories, and analysis techniques.
  • Proficient in accounting packages, Financial Edge a plus.
  • Proficiencies in Word, Excel and Outlook.
  • Possess solid analytical, organizational, and interpersonal skills in order to effectively identify accounting problems and develop appropriate courses of action.
  • Well-developed problem solving skills.  

Skills/Abilities We’d Like You to Have:

  • Desire to work in a fun, friendly, collaborative, and professional environment.
  • Passion for working in a non-profit, human services organization dedicated to helping individuals in need.

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To apply, please submit your cover letter including salary requirements, and resume on the following link: https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1673116. Incomplete submissions will not be considered. Please, no phone calls. Please, principals only. Please, local candidates only (relocation is not provided).

Foodmobile Driver

Position Type: Non-exempt, part-time, 9 hours per week, Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays 

Position Overview: 

The Foodmobile program provides home-delivered kosher meals and friendly visits to older adults, and younger homebound disabled adults. The Foodmobile Driver is responsible for transporting and delivering these meals in a safe, courteous, and timely manner.

Position Schedule:

This position is part time with an average of 9 hours per week. The schedule will typically be Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays with a flexible 3-5 hour shift starting between 10 am and 2 pm.  

Position Requirements:

The ideal candidate will have or be:

  • Clean DMV record and reliable transportation
  • High school diploma or GED 
  • Current CPR / First Aid certification a plus
  • Able to read a map and abide by all traffic rules
  • Ability to lift and move 25 pounds
  • For liability insurance purposes, Foodmobile Drivers must be age 21 or older

Contact Information:

Please click the following link to apply: https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1627487Please, principals only. Please, no follow-up phone calls or emails.

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Bilingual (Spanish) CSF Parent Educator 

Position Type: Part-Time (between 2.5-7.5 hours per week) Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday 5:30- 8:00pm

Location: Remote work at a National City school site, main office is in Kearny Mesa

Position Overview:

The Parent Educator provides parenting skills classes using a specified curriculum, evaluates the need for treatment-level referrals for families, and utilizes the appropriate paperwork.

Primary duties of this position include:

  • Conduct Parent Education classes in community locations adhering to the Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP) curriculum
  • Maintain current and accurate versions of required paperwork
  • Submit all paperwork and evaluation data according to deadlines
  • Demonstrate ability to maintain confidentiality for staff, clients, and the agency, as appropriate
  • Demonstrate ability to organize time and activities, complete assignments on time, and arrive on time for assignments
  • Working as part of a diverse team, to support parents with children of all ages
  • Be present and actively participate at staff meetings
  • Act as a mandated reporter and follow child abuse reporting guidelines

Position Requirements:

The ideal candidate will have or be:

  • Must speak/read/write Spanish proficiently
  • Bachelor of Arts degree in a related field, Master’s preferred (Social Work, Psychology, Human Development, Education, etc.)
  • Experience working in the areas of child and adult development
  • Experience teaching or presenting to groups, previous experience teaching parenting classes a plus
  • Must have experience working within children/family services within the previous three years and be capable of establishing immediate rapport with parents
  • Must be available to regularly work Tuesday, Wednesday and/or Thursday evenings
  • Demonstrated ability to learn/teach evidence based parenting curricula is preferred
  • Sensitivity to cultural differences present in the organization’s/program’s service population is essential
  • Very comfortable using email for regular communication
  • Must speak/read/write English proficiently
  • Must be able to submit timesheets using online timesheet system
  • Must have reliable transportation
  • Must pass pre-employment background check(s)

Additional Information:

  • While performing the duties, the employee is regularly required to sit, talk, listen, frequently stand, walk, type, handle papers, and reach for phone
  • The employee may need to climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch and also occasionally lift and or move up to 25 pounds Noise level is moderate, so concentration and good hearing are required

Contact Information:

To be considered, please submit your cover letter (including salary requirement) and resume using the following link; https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1658123. Please, principals only. Please, no follow-up phone calls or emails.

Intake - Bilingual Resource Navigator (English and Spanish required)

Position Type: Part-time (30 hours per week) Monday – Friday 9:00am -3:00pm, non-exempt

Standardized Benefits: Benefits for this position include a 401(k) plan, medical, dental and vision coverage, flexible spending accounts, life insurance, vacation and sick pay, and generous holiday benefits.

Benefits:  401(k) plan, medical, dental and vision coverage, flexible spending accounts, life insurance and generous holiday benefits.

SUMMARY / RANGE OF AUTHORITY:

The Access JFS Resource Navigator serves as the initial touchpoint for those seeking services from JFS, providing connections to internal programs as well as other community resources. This position will also be primarily responsible for directly supporting clients who need access to healthy food at JFS by coordinating visits to the Corner Market and helping clients access additional food resources. The Access JFS Resource Navigator will provide welcoming, integrated, culturally and linguistically responsive services focused on clients’ strengths and work across departments to support the long term self-sufficiency of individuals and families. This position will report to the Director of Access and Counseling Services. 

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Attend to telephone callers and walk-in clients, assess each situation and identify high risk issues
  • Complete internal referrals to JFS programs in a timely fashion and provide appropriate external referrals as needed
  • Schedule appointments for the Corner Market and other JFS programs 
  • Maintain documentation of client interactions in software system with integrity and in line with the quality standard set by supervisor 
  • Assist Corner Market clients with access to healthy food 
  • Specialize in the maintenance of current resources available through JFS programs as well as outside community resources, including benefits such as CalFRESH
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYMENT: 
Linguistic/Cultural Knowledge:
  • Bilingual/Bicultural (English/Spanish) Required 
  • Comfort working in an environment where multiple languages are spoken
  • Sensitivity to cultural differences present in the organizations/programs service population

Education/Licenses/Certifications:

Bachelor’s degree (in a human services field) or a minimum of five years related experience. 
Experience: 
  • Minimum of one year of experience in a case management/resource coordination role 
  • Understanding of the low income population and the concept of trauma informed care
  • Desire to work in an integrated team environment 
  • Demonstrated persistence in finding resources that address the multi-factored impacts of poverty
  • Experience setting limits when working with poor and stressed clients, often in some level of urgency
  • Ability to show an unconditional positive regard for clients who turn to JFS for support
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To apply, please submit your cover letter including salary requirements, and resume on the following link; https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1659431. Incomplete submissions will not be considered. Please, no phone calls. Please, principals only. Please, local candidates only (relocation is not provided).

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Geriatric Case Aide

Position Type:  Part-time, 18.75 Hours Per Week, non-exempt

Standardized Benefits:  Benefits for this position include a 401(k) plan and generous time off benefits. 

Position Overview:

Schedule: Flexible hours between 8am and 5pm Monday-Friday

Case Aides assist the Care Managers in providing continuity of care for clients including but not limited to accompanying clients to doctor’s visits and advocating for the clients, helping clients organize their paper work, applying for public benefits, helping clients pay bills and providing socialization. Case Aides are vital in carrying out care plans designed by the Care Managers.

The Case Aide II position may include working in languages other than English and being able to work more independently than a Case Aide I.  A Case Aide II has significant experience working with the elderly and can operate independently, including doing basic assessments for no fee clients.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Coordinate with Care Manager: Implements Care Management Plan 100% of the time. This involves making doctor's appointments, acting as a liaison between the client, family (many times out-of-town), doctor, hospital, as well as home care agencies or caregivers involved in client's care. Alerts primary Care Manager to changing needs or conditions of clients within 24 hours of change, 100% of the time. 

  • Maintain accurate and timely case documentation including progress notes, referrals, and mandatory reporting, according to policy and procedures 95% of the time. 
  • Billing sheets submitted in a timely manner – by Tuesday of the subsequent week.
  • Client Satisfaction Surveys rated good to excellent 90% of the time.
  • Act in a professional, sensitive manner to allow clients to maintain dignity 100% of the time.
  • Other tasks as assigned.

Position Requirements: 

Minimum Desired Education and Experience: 

  • Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field.
  • Experience and/or special training in the field of geriatrics.

Minimum Desired Job Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Language Skills:
  • Good to excellent spelling, grammar and written communication skills.
  • Excellent telephone and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as memos, general clerical documents, project and grant reports, safety rules, instruction booklets and manuals.
  • Ability to write well (e.g., memos, reports, e-mails, agendas, minutes).
  • Ability to lift, push, and carry up to 25 pounds. 
  • Bi-lingual may be required.

Communication skills:

  • Knowledge of medical terminology in particular the medical issues of older adults for communication with doctors, clients and family.
  • Skill and ability to advocate for clients in doctors appointment as well as Social Security, Medi-cal etc.
  • Skill to connect clients with necessary resources including assisting clients with paperwork.
  • Skill to assist clients with a variety of issues from medical, legal, financial etc.

Mathematical Skills:

  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide all units of measure using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals.
  • Ability to analyze data.
  • Ability to enter data into Excel spread sheet.

Reasoning Skills:

  • Ability to apply common sense and critical thinking to carry out instructions and make decisions within scope of authority.
  • Ability to deal with complex problems involving several variables.

Computer Skills:

  • Proficiency in Word, Excel and Outlook.
  • Ability to write clear concise e-mails.
  • Develop proficiency in ETOI used for program monitoring and outcomes by attending database trainings, and regularly reviewing training manuals.
  • Work collaboratively with Program Directors to implement data quality procedures for ensuring data integrity. 
  • Understand data entry expectations as outlined in the Geriatric Care Management DQR checklist.

Contact Information:

To be considered, please apply using the following link: https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1644179 . Please, principals only. Please, no follow-up phone calls or emails.

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Back-up Overnight Donation Pick-up Driver 

Position Type:  Back-up, on call, 2-4 days a month

Standardized Benefits: Benefits for this position include a 401(k) plan, and generous holiday benefits.

Position Overview: 

The Hand Up Food Pantry at Jewish Family Service (JFS) operates a fresh rescue program with the Starbucks Co. to pick up donated food at 29 stores throughout central San Diego, 7 days a week. The over-night driver is responsible for driving a refrigerated vehicle, driving to 29 different Starbucks locations twice a week collecting donations, and returning items to cold storage units at the JFS campus in Kearny Mesa. 

Days and times: Saturdays and Sundays 9:30pm to 6:00am  

Position Requirements
The ideal candidate will have:
  • Class C License
  • High School diploma or GED
  • Access to a computer, e-mail, and internet off-the-job
  • Overnight availability
  • Ability to pass a drug test and background check
  • Flexible availability including weekend and holidays
  • Ability to lift up to 40lbs 
  • Over 25 years of age 

Contact Information:

Please click the following link to apply: https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1663911. Please, principals only. Please, no follow-up phone calls or emails

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Class B Back Up Driver

Position: On Call, Non-exempt

Position Overview:

Jewish Family Service of San Diego operates many programs requiring drivers within the Aging & Wellness Division. Class B Back Up Drivers perform a variety of routed and non-routed transportation services utilizing both personal and agency vehicles. 

  • Provide safe and timely rides to older adults via sedan/personal vehicle, paratransit, shuttles and recreational outings
  • Deliver meals to homebound adults utilizing both personal and agency vehicles
  • Pick up and deliver bulk food purchases & donations utilizing agency vehicles
  • Participate in large scale food distributions, including military, utilizing agency vehicles

Position Requirements:

  • Class B License, paratransit experience desired
  • High School diploma or GED
  • Clean DMV and the ability to clear a Livescan and pre-employment drug screen
  • Ability to push/pull/lift 50 lbs.
  • Ability to operate a gate lift/hand pallet jack
  • Ability to provide friendly, client centered customer service and public interactions
  • Ability to drive, inspect and maintain vehicles including 24 passenger wheel chair lift equipped shuttles, catering (hot/cold) trucks, and an 18ft refrigerated box truck
  • Ability to calculate daily mileage and record transit activity
  • Ability to utilize both paper routing information and GPS
  • Access to a computer, printer, e-mail and internet off-the-job
  • Well maintained, reliable personal vehicle and insurance
  • Flexible availability including some weekends, evenings and holidays

Additional Information:

  • Knowledge of the aging process and diversity preferred
  • This position is subject to random drug and alcohol testing in accordance with DOT regulations
  • Retirees encouraged to apply

Contact Information:

To be consider, Please click the following link to apply: https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1644808. Please, principals only. Please, no follow-up phone calls or emails.

Geriatric Case Aide

Position Type: Half-time (20-25 hours per week), non-exempt

Standardized Benefits: Benefits for this position include a 401(k) plan and generous time off

Position Overview:

JFS's Geriatric Care Management and Serving Older Holocaust Survivors (SOS) program are looking to hire a part-time Case Aide to visit older adults in their homes. Responsibilities would include socializing, providing help with paperwork, and accompanying them to physician’s visits and other appointments.  

Position Requirements:

  • A bachelor's degree, preferably in social work or gerontology
  • Caring, flexible, organized and computer literate
  • A clean driving record, as the Case Aide will be driving throughout the San Diego area visiting clients and taking them to physicians and other appointments
  • A reliable car that is large enough to carry a wheelchair if needed
  • Physically able to lift a wheelchair in and out of the car and to push someone in a wheelchair
  • Familiarity with Jewish tradition and culture would be helpful
  • Able to work weekends

Contact Information:

To be considered, Please click the following link to apply: https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1644179. Please, principals only. Please, no follow-up phone calls or emails.

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On the Go Excursion Driver (Back-Up)

Position Type: On-call (mostly Sundays)

Position Overview:

Provides safe and efficient rides to older adults as part of On the Go: Transportation Solutions for Older Adults. Responsibilities include:

  • Vehicle safety checks
  • Operating clean and professional vehicle
  • Friendly, caring customer support
  • Routed and non-routed assignments

Position Requirements:

  • Class B license with passenger endorsement
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Clean DMV, Livescan and drug screen
  • Minimum of 2 years experience with professional driving
  • Mapping ability both electronic (e.g., GPS/Google) and manual (e.g., Thomas Guide)

Additional Information:

  • Para transit experience a plus
  • Knowledge of the aging process and familiarity with Jewish culture a plus

Contact Information:

To be considered, please click the following link to apply: https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1769320. Please, principals only. Please, no follow-up phone calls or emails.

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Jewish Family Service is an equal opportunity employer and considers all persons without regard to race, color, age, sex, national origin, mental or physical disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, gender identification, or any other classification protected by state or federal law.

About Jewish Family Service of San Diego: 

Jewish Family Service of San Diego is a client-centered, impact-driven organization working to build a stronger, more resilient community.  For nearly 100 years, Jewish Family Service has been a trusted resource for the entire community, offering an array of services that are always life-changing, and often life-saving.  At Jewish Family Service, we believe our employees are the backbone of our Agency. Our goal is your success. Come work at JFS and be our partner in Moving Forward Together

For the ninth consecutive year, JFS has earned a coveted 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent charity evaluator that highlights the work of efficient, ethical and open charities. We encourage you to learn more at www.jfssd.org.

Position Type: Full Time/ Non-Exempt 
Salary/Wage: $22.00-24.00
Standardized Benefits: Benefits for this position (upon permanent job offer) will include a 401(k) plan, medical, dental and vision coverage, flexible spending accounts, life insurance and generous holiday benefits.
Position Overview: 
The Case Management Coordinator is responsible for supervision of professional case management staff: Project SARAH (Stop Abusive Relationships At Home), Intensive Psychiatric Case Management, Community Case Management, and Breast Cancer Case Management. Coordinator is responsible for the administration, support, and coordination of client services. This includes program supervision, quality assurance (program monitoring, tracking and reporting), and program reporting as necessary. Applicant must demonstrate knowledge of case management and ability to work within a team environment. Applicant must possess exceptional organizational, writing, and public speaking skills, and be able to perform independent analysis of client and program data. The Case Management Coordinator interfaces with partnering community service organizations through the development of strategic partnerships. Duties include program planning, assigning, and reviewing work of case managers, as well as the ongoing, training, and staff development.  The responsibilities include oversight and approval of the case managers’ work product and coordination of multiple activities and resources to comply with funding source requirements. The Coordinator supports established policies, goals, and objectives of the organization. 

 

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