CityServe

Careers

Data Specialist

Educator

Case Manager/Counselor

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Email cover letters and resumes to samanthabauer@cityserve.us

Data Specialist

CityServe Kids

The data specialist role is to manage the performance measurement and evaluation systems and recommend quality improvements to the SRAE program administration team.

Reports to:

Project Director

 

Main Duties:

  • Manages performance measurement and evaluation programs and activities for the CityServe Kids program.
  • Consult with Project Director bi-weekly to apprise of quality improvements needed to ensure fidelity in the program.
  • Input participant’s information and track the progress of completion.
  • Conduct Educator observations and provide feedback
  • Administer pre/post surveys for the evaluation.
  • Events Assistance
  • Other duties as required

Qualifications:

  • Expresses full agreement with the CityServe’s Statement of Values, Mission Statement, Articles of Incorporation, By-laws, and other operating documents.
  • Exhibits strong commitment and dedication to the pro-life position and sexual purity and demonstrates a passion for CityServe’s mission.
  • It can comply with the policies and procedures of CityServe’s medical resources and would never refer or advise a woman to have an abortion.
  • Able to respect confidentiality.
  • Degree in business, math, or related field or years of experience working with data evaluation systems.
  • Strong computer skills with the ability to learn and understand data management programs.
  • Organizational Skills; Office Experience

Educator

CityServe Kids

The Educator role is to manage the program’s day to day operations for Kern County. Ensure that the SRAE program is conducted in a professional manner and according to the standards set forth by the Executive Director, Program Director, and SRAE grant regulations ensuring compliance and fidelity with the implementation of the program.

Reports to:

Project Director

Main Duties:

Administration

  • Oversee the program operations and implementation of the SRAE. Coordinate with the Project Director to develop CityServe’s Health Education Program. Ensure high standards are maintained.
  • Develops and maintains all delivery site contracts.
  • Oversees the REAL Essential curriculum implementation and ensures staff is properly trained.
  • Thoroughly teaches and educates REAL Essential curriculum to children 4th -12th grade.
  • Implement quality improvement suggestions.
  • Ensure all services are provided according to SRAE grant standards.
  • Interact with the Program Director to relate needs, problems, progress, goal setting, and implementation.

Program Management

  • Oversee the development and promotional materials for the program. Keep informed on current issues and trends on the program areas assigned.
  • Promote the program to community organizations throughout the community.
  • Research community resources for patients and oversee community partnerships.
  • Ensure all supplies are ready to be used and there is enough for all classroom students.

Qualifications:

  • Expresses full agreement with CityServe Statement of Values, Mission Statement, Articles of Incorporation, By-laws, and other operating documents.
  • Exhibits strong commitment and dedication to the pro-life position and sexual purity and demonstrates a passion for CityServe’s mission.
  • It can comply with the policies and procedures of CityServe’s medical resources and would never refer or advise a woman to have an abortion.
  • Able to respect confidentiality.
  • Skill in a successful, engaging presentation to groups of young children or one on one settings.
  • Ability to become certified with Real Essentials.
  • Some background in child care, education, teaching, or any other related field.
  • A teaching credential is preferred, but not required.
  • Ability to successfully work with a team of employees.
  • Organizational Skills; Office Experience.

Case Manager/Counselor

RESPECT

The case manager/counselor role is to provide relationship and family counseling, to formerly incarcerated individuals and the families they are returning to, provide intensive case management, and referrals to services for individual client needs, with the goals of rebuilding family ties and connection, and reduce recidivism for people formerly incarcerated. This position fulfills licensing hours requirements.

Reports to:

Program Director

Main Duties:

  • Under clinical supervision, provide marriage, relationship, and family counseling to individuals being released from state prison and their families.
  • Before prison release, conduct an extensive intake interview to jointly identify the client’s goals and develop an individual case plan.
  • Receive referrals, intake and assessment interviews, case management plan development, referral to services, regular case management meetings, checking with referrals on client follow-up, keeping case notes, and providing data for program reporting and evaluation.
  • Identify and connect with clients while they are incarcerated and participating in the prerelease program and stay with the clients throughout the program.
  • Arrange transportation from prison, emergency shelter or housing upon release, if needed.
  • Maintain contact with substance abuse, housing, and employment providers that clients have been referred to.
  • Receive weekly clinical supervision from a contracted Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
  • Counseling needs assessment, treatment plan development, and individual and family counseling.
  • Assess the needs and issues of the entire family and provide skill-building and conflict resolution skills.
  • Build trust and form the attachments that are necessary for clients to feel safe, allowing them space to grow into new behaviors.

Qualifications:

  • Expresses full agreement with CityServe Statement of Values, Mission Statement, Articles of Incorporation, By-laws, and other operating documents.
  • Exhibits strong commitment to reduce recidivism and displays compassion to others and their dire situations
  • Strong communications skills and displays ability to listen carefully and speak to others in an understanding way.
  • Strong critical thinking and problem solving abilities
  • Masters degree in social work required

Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

RESPECT
Contracted – Part time

Reports to:

Program Director

The LCSW role is to provide weekly supervision toward licensing hours for two counselors providing marriage and family counseling to formerly incarcerated individuals and the families they are returning to. This is a three year contract. Experience with counseling incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals preferred.