Employment Opportunities

It is the policy of Alameda Family Services to afford equal opportunity in all aspects of employment to all persons without discrimination on the basis of race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, medical condition, gender, sexual orientation and/or gender identity or expression, marital status, pregnancy, military/veteran status, or age.

In support of our commitment to equal opportunity in all matters relating to employment we maintain a positive, continuing program of affirmative action.


AFS is a non-profit agency that provides comprehensive supportive services to youth, families and children in the City and County of Alameda. These services include counseling for youth and their families; parent education classes; early childhood development and family services; drug and alcohol education, prevention and treatment programs; PC1000 Drug Diversion Program; coed anger management groups; groups for men involved in domestic violence; sliding scale fee counseling; school-based mental health programs; shelter, advocacy, crisis intervention and case management for runaway and homeless youth; and high school health clinics.


Alameda Family Services values diversity and is an equal opertunities employer.

For additional information on employment at Alameda Family Services, please contact the Human Resources Coordinator at HR@alamedafs.org .


 

DREAMCATCHER

Position:                      Clinical Case Manager
Supervisor:                 Director, DreamCatcher Youth Services
Hours:                          24 hours/wk
Salary Range:              $28-$32DOE
Classification:              Exempt
 

ALAMEDA FAMILY SERVICES

Alameda Family Services is a non-profit agency providing comprehensive human services to youth, families and children in the City and County of Alameda. These services include counseling for youth and their families; homeless youth services; early chidhood developement and family services; drug and alcohol education and prevention programs; sliding scale fee counseling; social work case management services; school-based programs and high school health clinics.

THE DREAMCATCHER PROGRAM

DreamCatcher Youth Services is a program serving homeless, disconnected and commercially sexually exploited youth. We are a first responder providing basic needs for food and shelter as well as comprehensive casae amangement and suport services. DreamCatcher Yout Serives is the olny shelter program in Alamead County serving youth 13-18 years of age. Our shelter program has been in operation for 14 years and this year we will expand our services, increase our beds and gain more depth in our case management and clinical response to these youth. 

JOB SUMMARY:

The Clinical Case Manager provides clinical case management and targeted intervention services to homeless, disconnected and commercially sexually exploited youth at our youth shelters and drop in centers.at-risk youth. Clinical Case Managers provide mental health consultations, as well as supervision of clinical interns, conduct a variety of prevention activities to strengthen youth resilience and decrease risk factors, perform and/or coordinate psychosocial risk assessments, facilitate and/or participate on multidisciplinary teams, and act as a liaison between Dreamcatcher Youth Services and City and County agencies, school districts and various community programs serving at-risk youth and families.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTION:
The ideal candidate will be a dynamic case manager with solid experience managing the needs of youth and coordinating efforts outside agencies. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated expertise in the following areas:
  • Demonstrate experience in the application of theories and principles of mental health consultation, multidisciplinary teams, group and individual therapy/counseling, youth support, trauma-informed practice, cultural responsiveness, and positive youth development, and positive trauma growth.
  • Utilize of the principles and practices of behavioral health supports in the unique settings serving youth disconnected from safety.
  • Demonstrate cultural responsiveness, assessment of psychosocial needs of youth and a track record of developing a collaborative rapport with youth and referrals as well as an established network of community-based service providers.
  • Identify available youth and family resources, with the knowledge and ability to assess eligibility for a variety of health care and social service programs.
  • Strengthen and support efforts to create a positive climate, prevent conflict and violence, and enhance the culture of all the programs.
  • Provide quality mental health services in a youth shelter and drop in center settings to support youth with behavioral issues, depression and other mental health issues, drug/alcohol dependencies, effects of physical/sexual abuse, extensive exposure to violence and/or other trauma as well as a lack of basic needs, and homelessness.
  • Demonstrate familiarity with psycho social issues and dynamics of working with commercially sexually exploited youth
  • Manage, track and report data on the status of student progress.
  • Manage a caseload and supervision while staying focused on a variety of critical priorities, including mental health prevention, consultation and psych education. Successfully align program service objectives with individual performance goals.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE: 
  • Licensed MFT, Psy.D. or LCSW with experience in trauma-informed treatment and a minimum of two years' experience with high risk youth
  • Theory, principles and techniques of counseling and casework.
  • Scope, nature, and referral protocol for public sector and community-based agencies serving children, youth and families.
  • Principles and practices of community agencies and community resources and their role in the treatment of at-risk children.
  • Conflict resolution, violence prevention, and substance abuse treatment and prevention.
  • Developmental, academic, social and emotional needs of runaway, homeless, and commercially sexually exploited youth population.
  • Screening, intake, and assessment procedures.
  • Applicable federal, state and local laws, rules and regulations.
  • Legal and ethical guidelines governing requirements for reporting sexual and physical abuse and other exceptions to rules of confidentiality.
  • Principles and practices of direct client service delivery.
  • Theories of social needs, problems, attitudes, and behavior patterns.
  • Models of strength/asset-based approaches to work with youth and families.
  • Basic health insurance systems and operations related to the enrollment process.
  • Computer applications related to the work
Bilingual - Spanish speaking a plus.
 
PHYSICAL JOB DESCRIPTION:
  • Primary responsibilities are preformed in an office settng in a seated position.
  • Ability to use a desk top computer and telephone on a frequent basis. Job may require up to 8 hours a day of seated work.
  • Lifting of books and other documents weighing up to 20 pounds may beencountered in performing essential functions.
Alameda Family Services values diversity and is an equal opportunities employer.
Please submit cover letter and resume to HR@alamedafs.org
No Phone calls please.

   

AFS WEST (Family Support Services)

Position:                     Senior Services Engagement Specialist
Supervisor:                Family Support Services Director  
Hours:                        32 hours/week
Classification:            Non-Exempt
Salary Range:             $18-20 hr, DOE  

Alameda Family Services is a non-profit agency providing comprehensive human services to youth, families and children in the city and county of Alameda. These services include counseling for youth and their families; homeless youth services; early childhood development and family services; drug and alcohol education and prevention programs; sliding scale fee counseling; social work case management services; school-based programs and high school health clinics.

Family Support Services:

Family Support Services provides a wide range of case management services to youth, adults, seniors and families. This includes:

  • The Family Support Center: a "no barrier" free case management service offered in the West End Neighborhood in the City of Alameda.
  • Covered California/ Medi-Cal Education and Enrollment: consumer educational, eligibility and enrollment services for affordable health care programs within Alameda County.
  • Youth Support Services: one-on-one advocacy services for high risk and system (child welfare and/or juvenile probation) involved youth residing in the City of Alameda, Oakland, Emeryville, and Albany.
  • The BRIDGE: youth development groups and individual services for youth at risk of substance use, abuse and dependence.
  • Early Head Start/Head Start Family Servicers: case managers are provided to families participating in child development services through Alameda EHS/HS center based and home based services.
  • Senior Services Case Management: a specialized senior service for seniors in the City of Alameda in partnership with Alameda Recreation and Parks.

Overall Responsibilities

Under the supervision of the Program Director, the Senior Services Case Manager (SS-ES) is responsible for providing education on basic needs stability resources to the senior population in the City of Alameda. Senior Services Case Manager will work with community partners to identify seniors at risk for homelessness, elder abuse, substance abuse, mental health crisis, and those medically fragile for individual case management services in the City of Alameda. In addition, as a Certified Enrollment Counselor, the SS-ES will provide outreach and enrollment services for Medi-Cal/ Calfresh to students enrolled at the College of Alameda, Alameda and San Leandro Adult School.

Responsibilities and Duties

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Develop and execute an outreach plan targeting natural resources accessed by seniors within the City of Alameda.
  • Deliver educational sessions covering a range of services (CalFresh; Medi-Cal, In Home Support Services, etc.) for seniors to individual and small groups of seniors residing in the City of Alameda.
  • Develop partnerships and referrals procedures with local city and community based organizations to identify seniors "at-risk".
  • Execute stability, wellness and resilience plans with households via case management, advocacy and referrals.
  • Maintain a case load of 10-15 seniors, with 60% of time dedicated to direct contact with participants.
  • Develop and participate in a Senior Services Network in the City of Alameda.
  • Attend Rent Review Advisory Committee meetings in the City of Alameda.
  • Provide services in the community (Mastick Senior Center) and home visiting as needed.
  • Conduct outreach and enrollment events at assigned sites in the City of Alameda and San Leandro.
  • Provide crisis intervention as needed.
  • Accurately record all work using Efforts to Outcome (ETO) database, MyBenefitsCalWIN, and paper monitoring systems.
  • Attend staff meetings, reflective supervision, county meetings, Rent Review Advisory Committee Meetings, and trainings as assigned
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Minimum Qualifications

  • BA in sociology, psychology, social work or related field.
  • Minimum of two years providing case management services to children, youth, families and/or seniors.
  • Familiar with eligibility regulations for Medi-Cal and CalFresh.
  • Ability to work independently and provide services off-site within the community.
  • Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment with the ability to utilize good communication skills.
  • Culturally competent with experience serving diverse racial and ethnic populations.
  • Must have reliable transportation to be able to go to various locations within Alameda County.
  • Ability to perform essential job functions utilizing the Microsoft Office Suite, Outlook, GMAIL, and the internet.
  • Two (2) consecutive years clean and sober if recovering from chemical dependency.
  • Clean criminal record for a minimum of the last two (2) consecutive years.
Please submit cover letter and resume to: HR@alamedafs.org
No Phone calls please.

  

Position:              Youth Support Services - BRIDGE Facilitator
Supervisor:         Director of Family Support Services
Hours:                  32hours/Week; August  - June Position
Classification:      Non-Exempt
Salary Range:      $18- $20/hr

Alameda Family Services:

Alameda Family Services is a non-profit agency providing comprehensive human services to youth, families and children in the city and county of Alameda. These services include counseling for youth and their families; homeless youth services; early childhood development and family services; drug and alcohol education and prevention programs; sliding scale fee counseling; social work case management services; school-based programs and high school health clinics                          

Family Support Services:

Family Support Services provides a wide range of case management services to youth, adults, seniors and families. This includes:

  • The Family Support Center: a "no barrier" free case management service offered in the West End Neighborhood in the City of Alameda.
  • Covered California/ Medi-Cal Education and Enrollment: consumer educational, eligibility and enrollment services for affordable health care programs within Alameda County.
  • Youth Support Services: one-on-one advocacy services for high risk and system (child welfare and/or juvenile probation) involved youth residing in the City of Alameda, Oakland, Emeryville, and Albany.
  • The BRIDGE: youth development groups and individual services for youth at risk of substance use, abuse and dependence.
  • Early Head Start/Head Start Family Servicers: case managers are provided to families participating in child development services through Alameda EHS/HS center based and home based services.

Overall Responsibilities

The Youth Support Services (YSS) BRIDGE Facilitator provides youth development groups to youth at-risk or currently using drugs and/or alcohol. BRIDGE groups are designed to help youth develop strategies to reduce use of drugs and alcohol, facilitate develop self-regulation skills and improve overall stability, connectedness, wellness and resilience.

The YSS BRIDGE Facilitator is responsible for: assessing youth's current needs for mental health and AOD services; educational advocacy; linking youth to enrichment and job development programs; assisting youth with completing juvenile probation, SARB/SART, Restorative Justice, and Child Welfare case plans; screening, educating and enrolling youth and their families into entitlement (CalFRESH) and affordable health care programs; and creatively outreaching to youth and other service providers.

Responsibilities and Duties
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
  • Facilitate BRIDGE groups using the SELF Curriculum to meet needs of schools, communities and other youth development programs. (Roughly 4-5 groups per week)
  • Complete intakes with youth which includes conducting the MAYSI-2 assessment, identify goals, and establishing a plan to address mandatory and voluntary services.
  • Build and maintain a case load of 10-15 youth with 60% of time engaging youth in one-on-one sessions to promote life skills development, reduce substance use or risk factors for substance use, and motivate youth toward goals.
  • Support youth engagement in substance abuse and mental health treatment as appropriate.
  • Establish LGBTQ youth specific services with community partners within the City of Alameda.
  • Be flexible in providing needs to youth by providing services in the home, school and /or community.
  • Crisis management with youth at partner school sites.
  • Weekly outreach to school staff and community programs about services and referral process.
  • Monthly direct outreach to youth in schools, and community programs about services.
  • Obtain proper consents to participate in SST's, educational assessment, and IEP meetings for youth.
  • Engage parents and service providers in supporting youth's connectedness and utilization of services.
  • Accurately record all work using Efforts to Outcome (ETO) database, and paper monitoring systems.
  • Support education and enrollment of youth and their families into Medi-Cal/CalFresh, Covered California, and other social service programs as needed.
  • Lead agency case conferences as assigned by supervisor.
  • Participate in weekly reflective supervision and attend all staff meetings, county meetings, SARB/SART boards and trainings as assigned.
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Minimum Qualifications

  • AA in Social Services, Sociology, Criminal Justice or similar field, or in Sociology, Criminal Justice. (BA/BSW preferred)
  • Minimum two (2) years providing youth develop and/or case management services to at-risk and/or system involved youth.
  • Basic understanding of positive youth development and trauma-informed care models of service.
  • CADCA, CADAC-1, RASII, RAS III Certification or Certification within 6 months of employment.
  • Experience applying the harm reduction model of substance abuse treatment with youth.
  • Ability to work independently and provide services off-site within the community.
  • Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment with the ability to utilize good communication skills.
  • Culturally competent with experience serving diverse racial and ethnic populations, LGBTQ youth and mixed immigration status families.
  • Must have reliable transportation to be able to go to various locations within Alameda County.
  • Ability to perform essential job functions utilizing the Microsoft Office Suite, Outlook, GMAIL, and the internet.
  • Five (5) consecutive years clean and sober if recovering from chemical dependency.
  • Clean criminal record for a minimum of the last five (5) consecutive years.

Please submit cover letter and resume to: HR@alamedafs.org
No Phone calls please.

  

Position:              Youth Support Services Case Manager
Supervisor:         Director of Family Support Services
Hours:                  40hours/ week (Summer Hours 24-32 hours per week)
Classification:      Non-Exempt
Salary Range:      $18- $20/hr

Alameda Family Services:

Alameda Family Services is a non-profit agency providing comprehensive human services to youth, families and children in the city and county of Alameda. These services include counseling for youth and their families; homeless youth services; early childhood development and family services; drug and alcohol education and prevention programs; sliding scale fee counseling; social work case management services; school-based programs and high school health clinics

Family Support Services:

Family Support Services provides a wide range of case management services to youth, adults, seniors and families. This includes:

  • The Family Support Center: a "no barrier" free case management service offered in the West End Neighborhood in the City of Alameda.
  • Covered California/ Medi-Cal Education and Enrollment: consumer educational, eligibility and enrollment services for affordable health care programs within Alameda County.
  • Youth Support Services: one-on-one advocacy services for high risk and system (child welfare and/or juvenile probation) involved youth residing in the City of Alameda, Oakland, Emeryville, and Albany.
  • The BRIDGE: youth development groups and individual services for youth at risk of substance use, abuse and dependence.
  • Early Head Start/Head Start Family Servicers: case managers are provided to families participating in child development services through Alameda EHS/HS center based and home based services.
  • Senior Services Case Management: a specialized senior service for seniors in the City of Alameda in partnership with Alameda Recreation and Parks.

Overall Responsibilities

The Youth Support Services (YSS) Case Manager functions as a navigator for at-risk and system involved youth (13-21 years old). By supporting the development of advocacy, resource utilization and self regulation skills the YSS Case Manager guides youth toward improved stability, connectedness, wellness and resilience.

The YSS Case Manager is responsible for: assessing youth's current needs for mental health and AOD services; educational advocacy; linking youth to enrichment and job development programs; assisting youth with completing juvenile probation, SARB/SART, Restorative Justice, and Child Welfare case plans; screening, educating and enrolling youth and their families into entitlement (CalFRESH) and affordable health care programs; and creatively outreaching to youth and other service providers.

Responsibilities and Duties

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Complete intakes with youth and families which includes conducting the MAYSI-2 assessment, identify goals, and establishing a plan to address mandatory and voluntary services.
  • Engage youth in one-on-one and group settings to promote life skills development, motivate youth toward goals.
  • Be willing to be flexible in providing needs to youth by providing services in the home, school and /or community.
  • Crisis management youth at-risk of out-of-home placement.
  • Weekly outreach to service providers, school staff, child welfare and juvenile probation about services.
  • Monthly direct outreach to youth in schools, and community programs about services.
  • Obtain proper consents to participate in SST's, educational assessment, and IEP meetings for youth.
  • Engage parents and service providers in supporting youth's connectedness and utilization of services.
  • Identify and address barriers to youth completing juvenile probation, obtaining a high school diploma (or equivalent).
  • Accurately record all work using Efforts to Outcome (ETO) database, and paper monitoring systems.
  • Build and maintain a case load of 25-35 youth with 60% of time engage in direct services to youth.
  • Support education and enrollment of youth and their families into Medi-Cal/CalFresh, Covered California, and other social service programs as needed.
  • Provide "after-care" services to youth discharged from Dreamcatcher Homeless Youth Shelter.
  • Summer Activities: engage and support summer youth programs with at-risk and system involved youth. Facilitate youth groups on various topics using the SELF curriculum. Lead youth outings to various locations in Oakland and the City of Alameda.
  • Lead agency case conferences as assigned by supervisor.
  • Participate in weekly reflective supervision and attend all staff meetings, county meetings, SARB/SART boards and trainings as assigned.
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor.

 Minimum Qualifications

  • AA in Social Services, Sociology, Criminal Justice or similar field, or in Sociology, Criminal Justice. (BA/BSW preferred)
  • Minimum two (2) years providing youth develop and/or case management services to at-risk and/or system involved youth.
  • Basic understanding of positive youth development and trauma-informed care models of service.
  • Experience applying the harm reduction model of substance abuse treatment with youth.
  • Ability to work independently and provide services off-site within the community.
  • Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment with the ability to utilize good communication skills.
  • Culturally competent with experience serving diverse racial and ethnic populations.
  • Must have reliable transportation to be able to go to various locations within Alameda County.
  • Ability to perform essential job functions utilizing the Microsoft Office Suite, Outlook, GMAIL, and the internet.
  • Five (5) consecutive years clean and sober if recovering from chemical dependency.
  • Clean criminal record for a minimum of the last five (5) consecutive years.
Please submit cover letter and resume to: HR@alamedafs.org
No Phone calls please.

    

ALAMEDA HEAD START EARLY HEAD START

Position:                                Assistant Teacher (w/California Associate Teacher's Permit)
Supervisor:                           Site Supervisor
Hours:                                    20 - 30 / Week   
Classification:                        Non-Exempt / Hourly
Starting Rate:                       $13.794 - $16.180
                                                *Position requires occasional evenings and weekends.

ALAMEDA FAMILY SERVICES

Alameda Family Services is a non-profit agency providing comprehensive human services to youth, families and children in Alameda and Oakland.  These services include counseling for youth and their families; homeless youth services; early childhood development and family services; drug and alcohol education and prevention programs; sliding scale fee counseling; social work case management services; school-based programs and a high school health clinic.

ALAMEDA HEAD START/EARLY HEAD START

Alameda Head Start/Early Head Start is a federally funded program that provides no cost services to qualifying families who reside in the city of Alameda.  Comprehensive services are provided to pregnant women and their partners and children from birth to 5.  Child development, health and family services are provided through a variety of program options designed to meet the needs of low-income and at risk families.

JOB SUMMARY

Under the supervision of the Site Supervisor, the Assistant Teacher is responsible for supporting and assisting teachers, in supporting high quality Head Start classroom services related to child development. The Assistant Teacher (Floater) provides support to the Head Start classrooms as needed. 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Comply with agency and program policies; Community Care Licensing standards; Child Protective Services regulations; Child Care Food Program standards; Head Start regulations and all other appropriate and applicable regulations and policies.
  • Assist in providing activities that are in keeping with the program's curriculum and philosophy (Creative Curriculum, Anti-Bias Curriculum, CSEFEL and Developmentally Appropriate Practices)
  • Under the guidance of the Teacher complete child observations, behavioral and developmental screenings and ongoing assessments.
  • Respect individual development and diversity of the program's children, families and staff.
  • Support and assist the Teacher with classroom activities related to the content areas of education, health, nutrition, mental health, social services, disabilities and transition.
  • Assist in maintaining a safe classroom and playground in compliance with federal, state and local health and safety regulations.
  • Assist with meal service.
  • Help on field trips as needed.
  • Maintain positive relationships with parents and staff
  • Participate in staff meetings, in-service days, and attend local trainings as needed.
  • Assist with set-up and clean-up the classroom, including beginning and end of the year.
  • Support a team environment by encouraging and facilitating problem solving; accepting supervision and working closely with the education and family services staff.
  • Support the agency and program mission and philosophy within the agency, program and community, including following the agency and program lines of communication.
  • Be flexible, organized and demonstrate strong time-management skills.
  • Honor confidential information.
  • Demonstrate promptness and responsibility, calling the office in a timely manner to report any absences or lateness

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Minimum of 1 year teaching experience with preschool children.
  • Must have a minimum of 12 ECE units and either must hold or be working towards a Child Development Permit, Children and Families in the Community, Preschool Curriculum and related coursework.
  • Must have experience working with children.
  • Experience working with children with disabilities, special needs and/or low-income families and children.
  • Knowledge of Head Start regulations and second-language skills are desirable.
  • Effective verbal and written communication, flexibility, organization, and the ability to work well with others are essential.
  • Computer literate; data entry experience required.
  • Positive, professional and courteous work demeanor.
  • Ability and desire to work as part of a team in a culturally diverse environment
  • Must have California driver's license and automobile insurance

PHYSICAL JOB DESCRIPTION:

  • Primary responsibilities are performed in an office setting in a seated position.
  • Ability to use desktop computer and telephone on a frequent basis.
  • Lifting of books and other documents weighing up to 20 pounds may be encountered in performing essential functions.
  • The ability to hold, carry and/or assist children weighing up to 50 pounds is often required.
  • Please see physical demands checklist for additional activity frequency.
  • Regular and predictable attendance is an essential function of this position.

HAZARDS:
Exposure to bodily fluids and infectious diseases.

Please submit Cover Letter and Resume to HR@Alamedafs.org
No phone calls please.

 

SCHOOL LINKED SERVICES  

Position:                       Director of School-Linked Services
Supervisor:                  Executive Director
Hours:                           32 per Week (may require occasional evenings and weekends)
Salery range:               DOE
Classification:              Exempt
 

ALAMEDA FAMILY SERVICES

Alameda Family Services is a non-profit agency providing comprehensive human services to youth, families and children in Alameda and Oakland.  These services include counseling for youth and their families; homeless youth services; early childhood development and family services; drug and alcohol education and prevention programs; sliding scale fee counseling; social work case management services; school-based programs and a high school health clinic.

SCHOOL-LINKED-SERVICES

School-Linked Services is the division of Alameda Family Services with programs onsite at  AUSD Campuses:  School-Based Health Centers at Alameda and Encinal High Schools; Counseling Enriched Classroom at Maya Lin Elementary School; EPSDT services at Ruby Bridges Elementary School; and the Bridge Program, which offers group intervention to youth at high risk of substance abuse at Alameda, Encinal and Island High Schools.

Through the School-based Health Centers, high school students have access to free medical care, individual and/or group counseling, health education, anger management, drug and alcohol prevention, tobacco cessation, crisis intervention and youth leadership opportunities.  AFS works in partnership with the Native American Health Center of Oakland to provide the physical health services of our integrated medical and behavioral health model.

JOB SUMMARY 

The Program Director is responsible for planning, directing, administering and evaluating all aspects of the Program. The SLS Director is the identified leader for all school-based services with Alameda Unified School District, Native American Health Center, in the community, with funders and within Alameda Family Services.  In addition to program oversight, the Director is responsible for working with other AFS Program Directors to insure that the services are strategically integrated to meet client and community needs.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Work closely with local agencies, organizations and the community to ensure a positive image of the program, an awareness of program issues and needs, and to coordinate and/or develop additional services.
  • Support and supervise staff by providing day-to-day supervision, including direct administrative and clinical supervision; completing written performance evaluations; hiring and terminating staff; evaluating program services and activities and providing in-service and ongoing training.
  • Serve as liaison to school administrators and work cooperatively with school staff and Alameda Unified School District.
  • Maintain positive relationship with Native American Health Center regarding program services and billing.
  • Assist with fund development and ensure that objectives of funding agencies are met and/or that plans are generated to meet program objectives.
  • Develop budgets based on program funding in consultation with the Chief Financial Officer.
  • Maintain and report accurate data as required by funders.
  • Insure that all services and documentation are in compliance with legal and professional laws.
  • Participate as a member of the AFS Management Team to develop and implement a strategic plan for collaborative and integrated programs.
  • Work in collaboration with the Executive Director and other AFS Program Directors to identify and meet community needs.
  • Represent AFS in the community at various meetings and events.
  • Position requires consistent attendance as required by a full-time position.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
 
Minimum Education
Licensed  MFT, Psy.D. or LCSW with experience in brief therapy and trauma-informed treatment
 
Minimum Experience
A minimum of two years supervisory/management experience, preferably in a health care or school setting
Experience in adolescent health, drug and alcohol prevention and treatment, youth development principles, and service delivery in diverse communities

Skills Required

  • Ability to represent the program and the agency effectively in a variety of settings
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain partnerships with school districts, community organizations, Alameda County Health Care Services Agency and/or other collaborations
  • Strong interpersonal skills, excellent oral and written communication skills, knowledge of grant development/writing
  • Ability to multitask and oversee multiple staff on varied tasks
  • Creative problem solver who enjoys team environments
  • Organized, attention to detail and able to meet deadlines
  • Must have an automobile, California driver's license and automobile insurance
Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to HR@alamedafs.org
No phone calls please.