Women’s Center-Youth & Family Services is hiring a Part-time (Non-Exempt) Custodian/Groundskeeper. The Custodian/Groundskeeper is responsible for general maintenance services, i.e. the buildings and offices as well as overseeing traffic through the main entrance of facility and maintaining the safety of employees and the participants.
The Custodian/Groundskeeper will close, and secure the buildings, daily as scheduled. This position must demonstrate cooperative behavior with supervisors, subordinates, colleagues, members and the community at all times. Custodian/Groundskeeper will assist WCYFS with maintenance projects and is required to have experience in the following areas: plumbing, carpentry, painting, electrical, installation of light fixtures, assembling furniture and repairing walls and furniture, etc. This position requires a motivated individual with high customer service standards and excellent communication skills. Bilingual/Spanish preferred, but not required.
Women’s Center-Youth & Family Services is hiring a Full-time (Exempt) Program Specialist. The Program Specialist provides intervention services to support the healing of families, individuals, and children that have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, and the aftermath of such victimizations, including human trafficking and youth homelessness. These services may include but are not limited to crisis intervention; support services, including peer counseling, educational classes, support groups, and case management; and after-care services. Program Specialists work directly with Program Managers or Coordinators to ensure effective interventions for client cases and/or to address obstacles and barriers clients may be facing. Program Specialist may focus on one area of responsibilities, based on community and program needs and contract/funding source requirements. Bilingual/Spanish preferred, but not required.
Safety Net Case Manager
Women’s Center-Youth & Family Services is hiring a Full-time (Non-Exempt) Safety Net Case Manager. The Safety Net Case Manager provides differential response, case management or concrete support services, and/or post-reunification or aftercare case management services to families referred by the Child Welfare System, specifically Child Protective Services (CPS), to maintain the family unit and prevent or reduce the risk of families entering or re-entering the Child Welfare System. This position is primarily responsible for engaging families and connecting them with resources and services to build resilience again risk factors, learn skills to improve family dynamics, alleviate stressors within the family unit, etc. The Safety Net Services Case Manager works in collaboration with the Safety Net Services team and reports directly to the Program Manager and Program Coordinator. Bilingual/Spanish preferred, but not required.
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