Current JFS Open Positions




Overnight Food Pantry Driver
Major Gift Officer

Accounting Intern

Custodian

Controller
Facilities Maintenance Assistant

Parent Educator – Military Family Specialist

Class B Back Up Driver

Foodmobile Driver
Geriatric Case Aide
On the Go Class B Back-up Driver
Child Activity Specialist
On-Call Child Activity Aide
On the Go Excursion Driver (Back-Up)

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Overnight Food Pantry Driver 

Position Type: Part-time, 16 hours/week, non-exempt

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

Position Overview:

The Hand Up Food Pantry at Jewish Family Service (JFS) operates a fresh rescue program in collaboration with Feeding San Diego and the Starbucks Co. to pick up donated food at 29 stores throughout central San Diego, 7 days a week. The overnight driver is responsible for driving a refrigerated vehicle 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 6am. 

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 

Contact Information:

To be considered, please email your cover letter (including salary requirement) and resume to resume4321@jfssd.org. Please, principals only. Please, no follow-up phone calls or emails.

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Major Gift Officer

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

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

Overview:

The Major Gift Officer is an integral member of JFS’s dynamic Fund Development Team, which works out of the state-of-the art Joan & Irwin Jacobs Campus to raise the funds necessary to meet the needs of more than 20,000 clients who receive life-changing services from Jewish Family Service each year. The major Gifts Officer will work in the Development Department, and report directly to the Chief Development officer. This position supervises the Planned Giving Specialist. 

Under moderate supervision, and with wide latitude for independent judgment, the Major Gift Officer is responsible for leading and growing the agency’s major gifts program, and managing relationships with donors capable of making significant gifts to further the mission of Jewish Family Service over the longterm. 

The ideal candidate will be passionate about the work of Jewish Family Service, and able to effectively communicate the agency’s case for giving.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and manage strategies to significantly grow JFS’s Major Gifts program over the next three years.
  • Develop custom stewardship plan for all major gift donors, and ensure the execution of each plan through coordination with CDO and CEO.
  • Oversee and refine processes for major gift research for current and prospective donors rated as having potential for annual gifts of $10,000 - $1,000,000. 
  • Prepare high quality donor briefings, funding requests, and acknowledgements.
  • Assume responsibility for the cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of 125 actual and prospective major donors per year.
  • Maintain an active schedule of donor engagement visits, and attendance at community events.
  • Coordinate annual Major Gifts reception, and other special events and group engagement opportunities for major donors as needed.
  • Partner with and accompany the Chief Development Officer or CEO on major solicitations.
  • Ensure accurate tracking and reporting of all donor and prospect interactions using the Raisers Edge database.
  • Attend meetings and support ongoing activity of the Development Committee and other relevant committees, as assigned.
  • Supervise coordination of Jewish Family Service’s Planned Giving Program. 

Required Skills/Abilities: 

  • Minimum 5 years experience working in Development in a major gifts environment 
  • Significant and successful experience performing personal solicitations of gifts in excess of $10,000, and managing a portfolio of at least 100 donors 
  • Understanding of and commitment to the mission of Jewish Family Service 
  • Outstanding interpersonal, oral and written communication skills 
  • Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects 
  • Strong sense of fundraising ethics and respect for confidentiality of donor information 
  • Knowledge of San Diego’s Jewish donor community is helpful but not required 
  • B.A./B.S. degree; advanced degree preferred 

Contact Information: 

To be considered, please email your cover letter (including salary requirement) and resume to resume4321@jfssd.org. Please, principals only. Please, no follow-up phone calls or emails.

Accounting Intern

Position Type:  Internship, Temporary (12- 15 hours per week) non-exempt

Position Overview: 

The accounting intern will work between 12 and 15 hours per week. Hours are flexible within the core business hours of 8:00am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday. 

Primary responsibilities will include:

  • Review submitted invoices against list of allowable expenses prior to submission for payment. 
  • Assist staff accountants with reconciliation spreadsheets.
  • Assist with the preparation of daily deposits.  
  • Other duties as assigned.

Position Requirements:

  • Completion of Principles of Accounting (Acctg 101)
  • Basic understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)
  • Experience using Microsoft Office applications (Excel and Windows)
Additional Information: 

The intern is expected to gain the following skills during the internship:
  • The ability to input Accounts Payable invoices and journal entries into The Financial Edge Accounting software.  
  • Experience scanning and electronically filing documents.
  • Practical knowledge of GAAP principles, principally as they are related to nonprofit organizations.
  • An understanding of internal controls related to cash and check deposits.
  • Experience performing basic reconciliations.
  • Experience utilizing Office applications such as Excel and Windows.
Contact Information:
To be considered, please email your cover letter (including salary requirement) and resume to resume4321@jfssd.org. Be sure to include the position title in the subject line. Please, principals only. Please, no follow-up phone calls or emails.

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Custodian

Position Type: Part-time, non-exempt - 15 to 18 hours per week 

Typical Schedule is Monday through Friday 10:00 am to 1:30 pm.

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 Custodian will coordinate logistical support for the College Social & Wellness Center located in Del Cerro.  

  • Daily set ups of room- includes moving tables, chairs multiple times during day for multi-use rooms.
  • Setting up A/V equipment- including: Power Point, projectors, microphones, Films/DVD players.
  • Assisting in Nutrition program at center- helping to bring food containers into the kitchen from vehicle, assist with distribution of items from Food Pantry/ Nutrition program as needed.
  • Light Janitorial duties: including: maintain overall cleanliness at center: cleaning and stocking bathrooms as needed, mopping, cleaning of supplies and furniture.
  • Light Handyman duties: light repairs of equipment and assembly of equipment as needed.
  • Supervision of parking lot at end of program and as assigned.
  • Errands and other driving tasks for the agency.
  • Assist with other duties and occasional work at main campus in Kearny Mesa and other agency locations.

Position Requirements: 

The ideal outgoing and personable candidate will have:  

  • High school diploma or GED
  • Clean DMV and Background Check
  • At least one year experience working in a convention center, senior center or catering environment
  • Basic computer skills including ability to communicate via email, create signage, navigate through the internet, etc.
  • Familiarity, knowledge and experience of cleanliness standards, supply ordering, and basic repairs
  • Ability to push/pull/lift objects up to 75 pounds
  • Team player with proven mechanical aptitude, customer service skills, decision making/problem solving skills, and communication skills
  • Knowledge and experience working in an environment serving seniors is preferred. 

Contact Information:

To be considered, please email your cover letter (including salary requirement) and resume to resume4321@jfssd.org. Please, principals only. Please, no follow-up phone calls or emails.

 

Controller 

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

As Controller and overseer of the budget process and the Accounting team, you’ll have the opportunity to provide management and the Board of Directors with timely and accurate financial statements. You will also be responsible for establishing, implementing and monitoring Agency accounting procedures. This position works with every level of the organization, so an ability to describe complex financial scenarios to others, as well as your willingness to jump in and be a “hands-on” manager will be extremely beneficial.  

What you’ll do:

  • As a member of Senior Leadership, you will be responsible for preparing monthly financial statements; coordinating the annual forecast and budget process, prepare analysis reports for management and the Board of Directors. This also means overseeing the month-end close process, development of monthly financial statements and the annual report. You will also be responsible for the annual fiscal audit and the 990. 
  • The accounting manager and accounting staff is under your supervision. Therefore, you will oversee the billings process, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, and claims with public and private funders.
  • Of course, everything you do must be in accordance with GAAP and established JFS accounting procedures.

We’d like you to bring the following with you:

  • CPA, MBA, Master’s Degree in Accounting, or a related field.
  • Ten years of prior non-profit accounting and/or auditing experience.
  • Five years’ experience managing an accounting department.
This would also be helpful to have:
  • Knowledge of budgeting principles, GAAP in the non-profit sector, and knowledge of Uniform Administration Requirements, Cost principles, and Audit requirements for Federal Awards (2 CFR 200).
  • We work collaboratively with various agencies, so excellent written and verbal communication and the ability to present to a large spectrum of audiences is critical.
  • Having the ability to deal with problems involving several variables and be able to come up with workable solutions.
  • The ability to think strategically, apply common sense and critical thinking to carry out instructions and make decisions within your scope of authority is also important.

Contact Information: 

If you or someone you know has all these abilities and would like to come join a dynamic team of individuals who are making a difference in the lives of San Diego residents, please send a cover letter (with salary requirements) and your resume to resume4321@jfssd.org. Please, principals only. Please, no follow-up phone calls or emails.

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Facilities Maintenance Assistant

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.

Position Overview: 

Receive daily work order assignments from the Facilities Manager to maintain general maintenance as well as ensure safety and security for all employees and visitors. 

Position Overview: 

  • Maintain professionalism at all times with co-workers, contractors and customers.
  • Assist team with overall daily operations, maintenance and repair of HVAC, electrical, plumbing, and general maintenance requirements of building.
  • Respond, prioritize, complete, and follow-up on customer service requests per Company policy.  Utilize work order system per Company policy.
  • Primary 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 repair, ceiling tiles/grid repair/replacement, flooring/base repair, etc.
  • Daily monitoring of set up of meeting and conference rooms, while coordinating with IT needs.
  • Perform or assist with preventive maintenance of building equipment/systems as directed.
  • Order parts and supplies as required; maintain stock and inventory control.
  • Coordinate maintenance efforts with contractors and technicians as directed by supervisor.
  • 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 email your cover letter (including salary requirement) and resume to resume4321@jfssd.org. Please, principals only. Please, no follow-up phone calls or emails.

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Parent Educator – Military Family Specialist

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

Benefits: This full time position includes a 401(k) plan, medical, dental and vision coverage, flexible spending accounts, life insurance and generous holiday benefits

Position Overview: 

This position will work specifically to outreach and engage military families enrolled in the Positive Parenting Program. The Positive Parenting Program is an evidence-based curricula. The Military Specialist will work collaboratively with other parent education staff to foster a team environment and meet overall goals of the program, while also taking the lead in building specific connections to military service providers, Head Starts with high populations of military families, and directly to military families with young children. 

PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITIES AND JOB TASKS:

1.  Provide parenting skills instruction adhering to Triple P curriculum
 
a)  Conduct Prevention and Early Intervention Parent Education classes. This includes Selected Triple P, Primary Care and Group series in Head Start sites and community locations as assigned, with a focus on military families as a target population

b)  Maintain current and accurate versions of required paperwork

c)  Submit all paperwork and evaluation data according to deadlines

d) Outreach to and engage with military families appropriate to the program

e) Military outreach 

2.  Encourage opportunities for overall wellness with parent participants 
 

a) Evaluate the need for additional resources and make referrals for mental health treatment or other necessary supports to encourage overall wellness in consultation with Program Supervisor

b) Seek resources that match the needs of participants, attend meetings and participate in collaborative opportunities for resource sharing and networking

c) Demonstrate ability to maintain confidentiality for staff, clients, the agency and the community, as appropriate

d) Act accordingly as a mandated reporter, within the legal time frame appropriate for reporting suspected child abuse activity; and assist at the school level in reporting suspected child abuse activity to County authorities 
        
3. Work as a team to meet all program goals.
 
a) Be present and actively participate at staff meetings

b) Attend trainings and seek opportunities to learn about topics that will enhance parent skills instruction

c) Demonstrate ability to organize time and activities, complete assignments on time, and arrive on time for assignments

d) Maintain knowledge and awareness of current program procedures

e) Share resources, best practices and lessons learned with other team members to improve the overall program benefit to families

Qualifications: 

Education/Certification/Professional License: 
  • Personal lived experience in military family life is preferred in this position
  • A Bachelor’s Degree in child development, social work, or early childhood education and/or higher education or equivalent experience is required
  • Must be knowledgeable in the field of human services
  • Must have experience working with children/ family services within the previous five years and be capable of establishing immediate rapport with clients
  • Ability to obtain formal recognition as a Triple P provider in Selected Primary Care and Group Triple P
  • Must have reliable transportation
  • Must be available to work evenings and possibly weekends
  • Must pass pre-employment background check(s) and TB test
Position Requirements: 

The ideal candidate will have:
  • Personal lived experience in military family life is preferred in this position 
  • The position requires regular travel around the County of San Diego
  • Classes are often taught in the evenings and evening availability is expected on an ongoing basis
  • Comfort with public speaking is critical
  • Sensitivity to cultural differences present in the organization’s/ program’s service population

Language Skills:

  • Fluent in English, including ability to read, write and speak on the telephone in English
  • Demonstrated experience and comfort with public speaking and presenting to groups in English
  • 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)

Mathematical Skills:

  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide all units of measurement using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals
  • Ability to analyze data

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 problems involving several variables

Computer Skills:

  • Proficiency in Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Ability to write clear concise e-mails

Contact Information:

To be considered for this position, please email your cover letter (with salary requirements) and resume to resume@jfssd.org. Please, principals only. Please, no phone calls or follow-up emails.

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 review our website (particularly Aging & Wellness services), then email your cover letter (including salary requirement) and resume to resume4321@jfssd.org. Please, principals only. Please, no follow-up phone calls or emails.

 

Foodmobile Driver

Position Type: On Call / Part-time (average 6-8 hours per week), non-exempt.

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: 

To be considered, please email your cover letter (including salary requirement) and resume to resume4321@jfssd.org. Principals only.  Please, no follow-up phone calls or emails.

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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 email your cover letter (including salary requirement) and resume to resume4321@jfssd.org. Principals only. Please, no follow-up phone calls or emails.

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On the Go Class B Back-up Driver

Position Type: On Call, non-exempt

Position Overview:

Provides safe and timely rides to older adults, utilizing personal vehicle and/or agency vehicles, as part of On the Go: Transportation Solutions for Older Adults program. Service areas include the College Area, Mission Valley, University City/La Jolla, Rancho Bernardo/Poway, Escondido, and surrounding communities. Responsibilities will include utilization of a web-based scheduling system, operating a clean and professional vehicle, and providing friendly, caring customer support.

Join the nationally awarding-winning On the Go program and work with older adults as part of an upbeat and supportive team providing a variety of transportation options, including sedan, paratransit, shuttles, and recreational outings.

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 drive, inspect and maintain vehicles up to 24 passengers
  • Ability to calculate daily mileage and record transit activity
  • Ability to utilize both paper routing information and GPS
  • Access to a computer, printer, email 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 considered, please email your cover letter (including salary requirement) and resume to resume4321@jfssd.org. Be sure to include the position title in the subject line. Principals only. Please, no follow-up phone calls or emails.

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Child Activity Specialist

Position Type: On-Call, Non-exempt

Position Overview: 

Interacts with and cares for children ages 3-16 (1-2 times per month) in an enclosed setting while their parents are attending a monthly support group for single parents in North County (Encinitas), and occasionally for events throughout San Diego County. Assists children in organized activities and helps serve snacks/dinner.

Position Requirements

  • Experience working with children
  • Experience with creating craft projects (preferred)
  • Reliable transportation
  • Responsible and punctual
  • Compassionate, patient and flexible

Contact Information:

To be considered, please email your cover letter and resume to resume4321@jfssd.org. Principals only. Please, no follow-up phone calls or emails.

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On-Call Child Activity Aide

Position Type: Temporary/ On-call

Position Overview: 

Provides child activities and supervision at parent education classes for the Positive Parenting Program. Aides are needed for classes in the North County, specifically in Oceanside, San Marcos, Vista and Escondido. Primary duties:

  • Create a safe and caring environment for children 18 months to 12 years of age
  • Assist children in safe and organized activities (provided by employer)
  • Manage children’s needs and involve parents as necessary
  • Work as-needed, sometimes on short notice
  • Arrive at sites on time as requested

Position Requirements:

  • Experience supervising children under age 12
  • Must have reliable transportation to sites, sites will be located throughout San Diego County
  • Must be available to regularly work on a flexible schedule, including evenings
  • Sensitivity to cultural differences present in the program’s service population is essential
  • Must pass pre-employment background check(s)

Contact Information:

To be considered, please email your cover letter (including salary requirement) and resume to resume4321@jfssd.org. 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 email your resume and cover letter to Gary Bryant, Transportation Coordinator, at garyb@jfssd.org, or fax to 619-220-8498.

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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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