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NORTH BAY

ASSISTANT PROGRAM DIRECTOR (BAY AREA, CA)

Assistant Program Director: California-based non-profit social service agency seeks qualified and experienced Assistant Program Director for criminal justice case management and treatment services project. Position is available in San Rafael, Marin County. The educational and experience expectations for the Assistant Program Director position include:

  • BA/MA in a relevant field (counseling, psychology, public administration, etc.) plus documented experience supervising staff in administrative or direct service roles in a licensed/certified substance abuse treatment program and/or case management program serving criminal justice participants, or within an institutional/prison setting;
  • Current Substance Abuse Counseling Certification from a State of California accredited institution is desired PLUS documented experience supervising staff in administrative or direct service or case management roles in a licensed/certified substance abuse treatment program serving criminal justice populations or within an institutional/prison setting is required.
  • Documented required experience supervising staff includes: providing staff training, development, evaluation and overall direction of daily activities; responsible for contract and grant compliance of staff activities and; conducting Quality Assurance and Utilization Reviews.

The ideal candidate will possess, at minimum, the following qualifications:

      • Experience working with various substance use and cognitive behavioral treatment models, evidence-based curriculum and clinical practices and theories and an understanding of various treatment modalities;
      • Experience providing evidence-based substance use disorder treatment services with criminal justice populations (state parole, probation, drug courts, Prop36), the homeless, and other critical populations;
      • Experience conducting screenings and assessments; individual, group, and family counseling; developing treatment and case management plans; creating and maintaining client charts in compliance with regulatory agencies; and facilitating relapse prevention and continuing care services;
      • Experience acting as liaison with funders, state and local government regulatory agencies, community partners, and other provider organizations;
      • Must be able to receive and maintain a California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation security clearance.

HOW TO APPLY

Interested applicants should submit their cover letter and resume to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  via a Word Document or PDF attachment. Applicants without detailed cover letters, resumes or required experience will not be contacted. Please ensure that you include the specific position for which you are applying and location.

 


 

DRUG AND ALCOHOL COUNSELOR - (WOMEN'S PROGRAM) - BAY AREA

Join Center Point in our innovative work changing lives and connecting communities. Whether you are looking for an internship opportunity or full time work, Center Point is a remarkable place to put your time and talent in to action.

Center Point Inc. is currently recruiting for a Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor for our Women and Children residential program in San Rafael.

 

The ideal candidate has experience working in a substance abuse residential treatment milieu, and knowledge of gender-responsive, trauma and women services. In this position you will gain experience working in a Women and Children oriented treatment program, collaboratively with multi-disciplined team members and agencies, and experience the success of Women and their Children rebuilding their futures.

Below you will find a more detailed description of some of the duties and requirements for this position.

·         Facilitates individual sessions with each caseload client on a weekly basis.

  • Facilitates groups/classes as assigned.
  • Collaborates with clients on individual treatment plans based on clinical assessments and clients self-determined goals.
  • Refers clients to internal and external resources in a timely manner.
  • Performs house runs and documents any issues that our found to ensure safety and security of the program.
  • Supervises medication distribution and is available on the staff phone when assigned to do so.
  • Maintains documentation standards in Electronic Medical Records of all client sessions and groups/classes as required.
  • Maintains clients Electronic Medical Records according to program and agency policy.
  • Communicates and works with team to ensure the best clinical experience for the client.
  • Remains flexible with duties and schedule to support program needs.

 Education and Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Drug & Alcohol Certification from a State of California Accredited Institution or MFTi/MFT/LCSW
  • Minimum two years experience working in residential treatment programs.
  • First Aid Certified CPR Certified within 30 days of employment
  • Experience working successfully with issues of substance abuse, mental health, criminal background, homelessness, and other potential barriers to economic and social self sufficiency.
  • Professionalism, punctuality, flexibility, and reliability are imperative.

·         Must be able to pass and maintain a criminal justice security clearance;

·         Must possess a valid driver's license and have a clean driving record.

Please respond via email or fax resume, supporting documents and transcripts or certification to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 415-492-8844.


 

CASE MANAGERS (BAY AREA, CA)

Non-profit social service agency seeks qualified Case Managers. Case Managers assist Addiction Treatment Counselors in the provision of services to Center Point clients. Positions are available throughout the Bay Area.

Responsibilities/Duties:

      • Conduct screening and assessments
      • Make referrals for placement in various modalities of substance abuse treatment and provide follow-up services
      • Including coordinating community services, developing employment and housing resources
      • Maintaining participant files and documentation of services
      • Collecting and analyzing participant data
      • Conducting monitoring and case management visits with treatment providers and criminal justice agents
      • Engaging in ongoing communication with program participants, treatment staff, and parole agents of record

The requirements for the position include, but are not limited to the following:

      • Possess a current Substance Abuse Counseling Certification from a State of California Accredited Institution, in lieu of certification be registered with a test date within 18 months of hire;
      • Three years of experience working with substance abuse and criminal justice populations (state parole and probation) in a treatment or case management environment is necessary;
      • Experience with substance abuse treatment models and an understanding of treatment modalities is expected;
      • Knowledge of community resources and services is preferred;
      • Pass and maintain California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation security clearance
      • Must possess a valid driver's license and have a clean driving record.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please put the position that you are applying for in the subject line.

Interested applicants should submit their cover letter and resume to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  via a Word Document or PDF attachment. Applicants without detailed cover letters, resumes or required experience will not be contacted. Please ensure that you include the specific position for which you are applying and location.

 


 

CERTIFIED SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELORS (BAY AREA, CA)

Counselors: Non-profit social service agency, in San Rafael, seeks certified and experienced substance abuse counselors to conduct screening and assessments; provide individual and group counseling; develop treatment plans; create and maintain client charts in compliance with regulatory agencies and funder; facilitate relapse prevention and continuing care services; and provide follow-up and aftercare counseling and case management in residential and out-patient settings.

It is mandatory that counselors are certified by a State of California Accredited Institution.

Currently looking at residential and outpatient programs for both men's and women's settings.

The schedule could require weekends/evenings so must be flexible. There are openings for dayevening, and nighttime shifts.

Prior experience working with clients in a substance abuse treatment program is required.

Positions are currently available in Marin County.

The requirements for the position include, but are not limited to the following:

      • Substance Abuse or Mental Health or License Counseling Certification from a State of California Accredited Institution; MFT, RAS, CAS, etc.
      • Demonstrated experience providing substance abuse treatment services with criminal justice populations (state parole and probation) is required;
      • Experience with evidence-based substance abuse treatment models and an understanding of treatment modalities is expected;
      • Knowledge of community resources and services is preferred;
      • Must be able to pass and maintain a criminal justice security clearance;
      • Must possess a valid driver's license and have a clean driving record.

Please respond via email or fax resume, supporting documents and transcripts or certification to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or 415-492-8844.

 


 

TRANSPORTATION COORDINATOR (BAY AREA, CA)

Job Description

Not-Profit Social Service Agency based in San Rafael, Marin County is seeking a full-time Transportation Specialist to assist in the coordination of transportation services throughout Northern, Central, and Coastal California. Candidates must have prior experience in fleet maintenance, dispatch, and scheduling, and must be available to work flexible schedules and hours and must possess valid California Driver's License and a clean driving record. All candidates must be able to pass criminal justice security clearance.

Job Type: Full-time

Required license or certification:

•Driver's License

 

 


  

EAST BAY

ASSESSMENT SPECIALIST / CERTIFIED SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR (FREMONT, CA)

Non-profit social service agency seeks certified and experienced substance abuse counselors to conduct screening and assessments; coordinate placements into residential treatment; create and maintain client charts in compliance with regulatory agencies and funders; and provide coordinated case management with community treatment providers. This position will staff an innovative new program, the Alameda 1st Step Call Center, where-in people seeking residential substance abuse treatment can be screened over the phone, and in person, for clinically based determination of placement into appropriate treatment modality.

Under the Supervision of the Program Manager, the Assessment Specialist will conduct scheduling, assessments, referrals, placements, follow-up and case management aspects of the project. Through the daily operational supervision of project activities, the Assessment Specialist ensures that contractual obligations and requirements are met and that performance objectives and standards are maintained at all levels in the delivery of assessments, referrals, placement and community-based case management services of the project. Additionally, in coordination with the assigned Program Manager, Assessment Specialist serves as the liaison(s) to Alameda County BHCS, Community-Based service providers.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES:

      • Conduct screening and assessments for substance abuse treatment, via phone and in-person.
      • Make referrals for placement in residential substance abuse treatment and provide follow-up case management services
      • Maintaining participant files and documentation of services
      • Coordinating community services
      • Collecting and analyzing participant data
      • Conducting monitoring and case management visits with treatment providers and clients
      • Engaging in ongoing communication with program participants, treatment staff, and program management.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

      • Possessing a current Substance Abuse Counseling Certification from a State of California Accredited Institution is necessary;
      • Demonstrated experience working with substance abuse populations in a treatment or case management environment is necessary;
      • Experience conducting substance abuse treatment assessments, screening and placement into appropriate treatment modalities, ideally utilizing ASAM Placement Criteria.
      • Experience with substance abuse treatment models and an understanding of treatment modalities is expected;
      • Knowledge of community resources and services is preferred;
      • Must possess a valid driver's license.

 

HOW TO APPLY

Please put the position that you are applying for in the subject line.

Interested applicants should submit their cover letter and resume to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  via a Word Document or PDF attachment. Applicants without detailed cover letters, resumes or required experience will not be contacted. Please ensure that you include the specific position for which you are applying and location.

 


 

CBT FACILITATOR (OAKLAND, CA)

Under the direction of the Casework Supervisor, the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Facilitator provides evidence based CBT programs and other life-skills programs to parolee participants in group and individual meetings, classes and workshops. CBT Facilitators conduct groups and other therapeutic practices with fidelity to the curriculum. CBT Facilitators are required to model the values of Center Point, Inc. as contained in the Center Point Concepts and are also required to uphold Center Point's philosophy and standards of care. CBT Facilitators provide program security, monitor client behavior, facilitate group counseling activities, and provide educational and community service activities to the clients. CBT Facilitators also engage in program activities such as urine collection, facility maintenance, and program outreach.

RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES:

The following responsibilities and duties are general in nature and are intended to define a framework of job responsibilities and duties for the employee. This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be done by the employee. All Center Point employees are required to follow any other instructions and to perform any other duties requested by his/her supervisor. All Center Point employees are responsible to carry out assignments in a professional manner including thoroughness and timeliness.

Primary Duties

      • Model Center Point Concepts and appropriate pro-social conduct.
      • Facilitate various CBT curriculum and leads group and individual life skills and educational sessions and activities as assigned.
      • Participates in the evaluation of parolee participant progress and makes recommendations for participant advancement in the Phase system.
      • Under the supervision of the Casework Supervisor, administers client centered interventions and helps resolve client difficulties and barriers to progress. Establish trusting relationships with clients.
      • Interact with diverse client population in a culturally sensitive manner.
      • Maintain group and individual session notes and prepare participant chart documentation as necessary. Detail major activities in daily shift log.
      • Conducts hourly fire and security rounds.
      • Performs client outreach.
      • Collect urine samples for anti-drug testing.
      • Coordinates weekly urinalyses schedule as directed by the Casework Supervisor.
      • Supervise participant activities, conduct and behavior, including facility and community chores and adherence to rules, policies, and procedures.
      • Provide information about the program to the public.
      • Works with and monitors parolee participants during community service and volunteer activities.
      • Inspect facilities for maintenance needs and perform same.
      • Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Standards

      • Actively monitors clients, floor coverage, rules and program structure/facilitates daily treatment activities.
      • Maintains safety and security of clients and cleanliness of facility.
      • Maintains client charts to Center Point and CDCRIOOS standards.
      • Punctual and dependable/timely and accurate completion of all charting and log requirements.
      • Functions as a role model for Center Point concepts/philosophy/maintains standards of quality.
      • Provides sound clinical interventions/provides appropriate case management/creates sanctuary/ maintains confidentiality.
      • Seeks supervision/responds to supervision/briefs supervisor/seeks to further knowledge through reading, probing, and on the job training/attends all training sessions.
      • Productive and cooperative/responds to the needs of the clients without self interest/does not change program structure, rules, philosophy based on personal bias or ego.
      • Shows initiative and is a pro-active member of the team/adequately prepares for groups, staff meetings, clinical reviews/facilitates curriculum with fidelity to the model.
      • Performs above standard without continual reminders by supervisor.
      • Must be eligible to obtain and maintain a CDCR security clearance.

HOW TO APPLY:

Agency offers a range of benefits and a competitive salary. Please email resume and cover letter to:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or fax to 415-492-8844

 


 

 

CENTRAL VALLEY

JOURNEY LEVEL COUNSELOR (FRESNO, CA)

Overview:

Center Point Inc. is in the process of recruiting staff for Men’s In-Prison Rehabilitation Program operating within the Avenal/Fresno area, we are currently recruiting experienced and qualified staff for a variety of positions. Join Center Point in our innovative work changing lives and connecting communities. Whether you are looking for an internship opportunity or full time work, Center Point is a remarkable place to put your time and talent in to action.

Our programs utilize a Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT) programming for offenders who demonstrate the willingness to maintain appropriate behavior to take advantage of such programming and for offenders who have been referred to the program based upon substance use or possession infractions. The goal of program is to address offenders’ criminogenic needs prior to release and to facilitate a successful transition back to their communities in order to reduce their likelihood of re-offending.

The CBT program will encourage male offenders to adopt a pro-social, law abiding lifestyle that helps obtain skills necessary to function as productive members in society, generate alternative solutions, and make decisions about appropriate behavior. AOD Counselors and CBT Facilitators will facilitate a caseload of 12 male offenders during their participation in the program.

The Journey Level Counselor is responsible for assessing participant needs and strengths in support of health and recovery and to assist participants in navigating systems of care.

Key Responsibilities

  • Facilitates individual counseling treatment sessions with each caseload participant
  • Evaluates progress of each caseload participant and provides learning experience opportunities and offers clinical support to assist participants in meeting their treatment goals
  • Proactively links participants to both internal and external resources
  • Create a support network for the participant’s pending return to the community
  • Works directly with the participants to develop and implement a treatment service plan
  • Responsible for making sure that participant files are in compliance

 

Education and Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Must fulfill one of the following:

Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services/Social Sciences, Substance Abuse Certification (certification recognized by DHCS), and minimum of 1 year experience working in addiction and 1 year providing SUDT services.

OR

Associates Degree in Human Services/Social Sciences, Substance Abuse Certification (certification recognized by DHCS), and minimum of 2 years’ experience working in addiction and 1 year providing SUDT services.

OR

High school Diploma or its equivalent, Substance Abuse Certification (certification recognized by DHCS), and minimum of 3 years’ experience working in addiction and 1 year providing SUDT services.

Required:

  • Ability to work with diverse population
  • Ability to receive and maintain CDCR clearance
  • Experience working successfully with issues of substance abuse, mental health, criminal background, and other potential barriers
  • Computer Literacy and electronic files  

Desired:

  • Specialized knowledge such as, mental health issues, life skills, vocational training, anger management, incest, criminal behavior, rape crisis, grief, etc.
  • Experience in working in an in-custody treatment setting
  • Experience with a male criminal justice population
  • Experience in implementing evidence-based practices
  • Familiarity with penal codes and the criminal justice system
  • Knowledge of co-occurring disorders and trauma informed treatment and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Treatment
  • Knowledge of Clinical documentation (treatment plans, progress notes etc.)

 

Interested applicants should submit their cover letter and resume to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  via a Word Document or PDF attachment. Applicants without detailed cover letters, resumes or required experience will not be contacted. Please ensure that you include the specific position for which you are applying and location


 

PROGRAM FACILITATOR (FRESNO, CA)

Center Point Inc. is in the process of recruiting staff for Men’s In-Prison Rehabilitation Program operating within the Fresno/Avenal Area, we are currently recruiting experienced and qualified staff for a variety of positions.

Join Center Point in our innovative work changing lives and connecting communities. Whether you are looking for an internship opportunity or full time work, Center Point is a remarkable place to put your time and talent in to action.

Our programs utilize a Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT) programming for offenders who demonstrate the willingness to maintain appropriate behavior to take advantage of such programming and for offenders who have been referred to the program based upon substance use or possession infractions. The goal of program is to address offenders’ criminogenic needs prior to release and to facilitate a successful transition back to their communities in order to reduce their likelihood of re-offending.

The CBT program will encourage male offenders to adopt a pro-social, law abiding lifestyle that helps obtain skills necessary to function as productive members in society, generate alternative solutions, and make decisions about appropriate behavior. AOD Counselors and CBT Facilitators will facilitate a caseload of 12 male offenders during their participation in the program.

The Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Facilitator is responsible is responsible for delivery of direct services to In-custody participants in the curricula of; Criminal Thinking, Anger Management, and Family Relations.

Key Responsibilities

·         Facilitates individual counseling treatment sessions with each caseload participant  

·         Proactively links participants to both internal and external resources

·         Creates a support network for the participant’s pending return to the community

·         Works directly with the participants to develop and implement a treatment service plan

·         Responsible for making sure that participant files are in compliance

Education and Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Must fulfill one of the following:

Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services/Social Sciences, Substance Abuse Certification (certification recognized by DHCS), and minimum of 1 year experience working in addiction

OR

Associates Degree in Human Services/Social Sciences, Substance Abuse Certification (certification recognized by DHCS), and minimum of 2 years’ experience working in addiction

OR

High school Diploma or its equivalent, Substance Abuse Certification (certification recognized by DHCS), and minimum of 3 years’ experience working in addiction of 3 years’ experience working in addiction and 1 year providing SUDT services.

Required:

  • Ability to work with diverse population
  • Ability to receive and maintain CDCR clearance
  • Experience working successfully with issues of substance abuse, mental health, criminal background, and other potential barriers
  • Computer Literacy and electronic files  

Desired:

  • Specialized knowledge such as, mental health issues, life skills, vocational training, anger management, incest, criminal behavior, rape crisis, grief, etc.
  • Experience in working in an in-custody treatment setting
  • Experience with a male criminal justice population
  • Experience in implementing evidence-based practices
  • Familiarity with penal codes and the criminal justice system
  • Knowledge of co-occurring disorders and trauma informed treatment and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Treatment
  • Knowledge of Clinical documentation (treatment plans, progress notes etc.)

 

 Please put the position and location that you are applying for in the subject line.

Interested applicants should submit their cover letter and resume to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  via a Word Document or PDF attachment. Applicants without detailed cover letters, resumes or required experience will not be contacted. Please ensure that you include the specific position for which you are applying and location.

 


 

 

CASE MANAGERS (SAN JOSE, CA)

Non-profit social service agency seeks qualified Case Managers. Case Managers assist Addiction Treatment Counselors in the provision of services to Center Point clients. Positions are available throughout the San Jose Area.

Responsibilities/Duties:

    • Conduct screening and assessments
    • Make referrals for placement in various modalities of substance abuse treatment and provide follow-up services
    • Including coordinating community services, developing employment and housing resources
    • Maintaining participant files and documentation of services
    • Collecting and analyzing participant data
    • Conducting monitoring and case management visits with treatment providers and criminal justice agents
    • Engaging in ongoing communication with program participants, treatment staff, and parole agents of record

The requirements for the position include, but are not limited to the following:

    • Possess a current Substance Abuse Counseling Certification from a State of California Accredited Institution;
    • Three years of experience working with substance abuse and criminal justice populations (state parole and probation) in a treatment or case management environment is necessary;
    • Experience with substance abuse treatment models and an understanding of treatment modalities is expected;
    • Knowledge of community resources and services is preferred;
    • Pass and maintain California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation security clearance
    • Must possess a valid driver's license and have a clean driving record.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please put the position that you are applying for in the subject line.

Interested applicants should submit their cover letter and resume to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  via a Word Document or PDF attachment. Applicants without detailed cover letters, resumes or required experience will not be contacted. Please ensure that you include the specific position for which you are applying and location.


 

 

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

CASE MANAGERS (SAN BERNARDINO, CA)

Non-profit social service agency seeks qualified Case Managers. Case Managers assist Addiction Treatment Counselors in the provision of services to Center Point clients. Positions are available throughout the San Bernardino Area.

Responsibilities/Duties:

    • Conduct screening and assessments
    • Make referrals for placement in various modalities of substance abuse treatment and provide follow-up services
    • Including coordinating community services, developing employment and housing resources
    • Maintaining participant files and documentation of services
    • Collecting and analyzing participant data
    • Conducting monitoring and case management visits with treatment providers and criminal justice agents
    • Engaging in ongoing communication with program participants, treatment staff, and parole agents of record

The requirements for the position include, but are not limited to the following:

    • Possess a current Substance Abuse Counseling Certification from a State of California Accredited Institution, in lieu of certification be registered with a test date within 18 months of hire;
    • Three years of experience working with substance abuse and criminal justice populations (state parole and probation) in a treatment or case management environment is necessary;
    • Experience with substance abuse treatment models and an understanding of treatment modalities is expected;
    • Knowledge of community resources and services is preferred;
    • Pass and maintain California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation security clearance
    • Must possess a valid driver's license and have a clean driving record.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please put the position that you are applying for in the subject line.

Interested applicants should submit their cover letter and resume to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  via a Word Document or PDF attachment. Applicants without detailed cover letters, resumes or required experience will not be contacted. Please ensure that you include the specific position for which you are applying and location.

 


 

EMPLOYMENT DEVELOPMENT LIAISON (SAN BERNARDINO, CA)

Job Overview

Are you passionate about helping individuals in the criminal justice population?  Are you great at building sustainable relationships?  Do you have great ethics, attention to detail, and the ability to adapt to a constantly changing environment?  If so, Center Point is currently looking to fill a Employment Development Liaison position in Colton, CA!  The ideal candidate has experience working with a criminal justice population and at least two years of experience providing job development services.  

 Under the direction of the STOP Program Director, the Employment Development Liaison (EDL) is responsible for coordinating with the network of Community Based Providers (CBP's), vocational training and certification programs, and county Employment Development Departments (EDD) to ensure that parolee-participants develop fundamental pro-social re-integration skills and satisfying basic survival needs, vocational and marketable employment experiences. In conjunction with the network of subcontracted CBP's within the STOP Program Area IV the EDL will assist in developing opportunities for the parolee-participants to obtain long-term sustainable employment with a living-wage income by connecting them to training and meaningful employment which, in turn increases both individual and family stability, benefits children by decreasing the numbers living in poverty, and provides access to health care and stable living environments, along with other essential life skills.

Key Responsibilities

  • Develop, coordinate, and secure employment opportunities through a range of outreach and marketing initiatives 
  • Identify industries and employers willing to hire individuals in the criminal justice population
  • Assist employers obtain tax benefits and federal bonding incentives offered to employers who hire individuals in the criminal justice population
  • Stay abreast on local business and industry developments and trends 
  • Acts as a primary liaison to the STOP Program Area IV network of providers, county EDD's, potential employers and vocational services and training providers in each Program Area II county.
  •     Provide technical assistance and training to the CBP network regarding Center Point's Employment and Job Development Strategy; directly assisting parolees as deemed necessary in seeking in securing gainful employment.
  • Conducts business community outreach to develop jobs for STOP participants; Create with the assistance of the various sub-contracted CBP's a Job Bank of current and potential employers; and Organize and facilitate regional job fairs..

 

Education and Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

 

  • High School diploma or equivalent 
  • Valid California driver's license
  • Have a dependable vehicle/car insurance
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills 
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience providing job development services
  • Excellent organization and multitasking skills
  • Bachelor's degree, desired

 

 

 

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