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6-12 School Counselor
West Grand School District West Grand School District is looking to fill an additional mental health position. School Counselors, social workers, therapists, interventionists, etc., all welcome to apply at wgsd.us under the employment tab using the school counselor job opening link.
Partners in Routt County The ED provides leadership for the development and operation of PRC. The ED serves as a highly visible community spokesperson and works directly with the board of directors (BOD), staff and program participants. The position is responsible for the overall success and continued growth of PRC. The ED position is primarily a resource development position, which includes fundraising and personnel management. These responsibilities include donor campaigns and cultivation; grant writing, reporting and management; special event planning and operations; program development, evaluation and oversight; personnel development, training, and supervision; personnel compensation packages, financial development and managing; board of directors development and committee engagement; public relations, and community affairs. Property management of the Partners Alliance Center. The ED is responsible for the overall safety and security of all employees, volunteers and the workplace in general. This position reports directly to the BOD.
Program Manager - School Based Mentoring
Partners in Routt County Oversees all programmatic aspects of InSPIRE Program including supervising InSPIRE mentors (see supplemental attachment for program descriptions and organizational history), on-boarding and training volunteer School Based Mentors (SBM) and target students in the Fall of 2021, managing the administration (tracking, logistics, evaluations) of all mentoring matches. Reports to the Program Director for direct supervision.
CASA Case Supervisor
CASA of Larimer County CASA of Larimer County (CLC) is a nonprofit organization comprised of two programs: Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and Family Connections (FC). CASA provides volunteer advocacy to children involved in dependency and neglect and Family Connections provides supervised visitation, safe custody exchanges, supportive case management, and parenting education. Across both programs, our mission is to advocate for safe, nurturing, and permanent connections to family and community so children who have experienced abuse and neglect have the opportunity to thrive.
Reports to: Program Manager Part time position (30 Hours/ Week)
PURPOSE: The CASA Case Supervisor provides case management for dependency and neglect cases referred to CASA of Larimer County (CLC). The Case Supervisor is responsible for supporting volunteers and ensuring that the best interests of each child are advocated for effectively. The Case Supervisor assists with building support and increasing capacity for CLC's mission and programs. This position is a part of the CASA Program team and reports to the Program Manager. The Case Supervisor ensures that all national, state and local standards are followed.
Visitation Program Manager
CASA of Larimer County CASA of Larimer County (CLC) is a nonprofit organization comprised of two programs: Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and Family Connections (formerly Harmony House). CASA provides volunteer advocacy to children involved in dependency and neglect and Family Connections provides supervised visitation, safe custody exchanges, supportive case management, and parenting education. Across both programs, our mission is to advocate for safe, nurturing, and permanent connections to family and community so children who have experienced abuse and neglect have the opportunity to thrive.
Reports to: Program Director
Position Overview: The Program Manager provides daily oversight and support of the Family Connections program of CASA of Larimer County. These services operate Monday- Friday 1pm- 9pm and Sunday 11pm 7pm. The Program Manager is responsible for ensuring the program provides high quality case management and services that strengthen families. The Program Manager implements services in a manner that upholds best practices, provides trauma informed care, and is culturally sensitive. As a representative of CASA of Larimer County, the Program Manager will interact with court professionals, human services professionals, community partners and stakeholders to improve and expand the organizations services.
Marketing and Resource Development Specialist
Boys and Girls Clubs of the San Luis Valley Under the supervision of the Senior Director of Programs and SEL, the Resource Development & Marketing Specialist has the leadership role of developing, growing and creating synergies to enhance fundraising in the San Luis Valley area, with emphasis on growing individual giving revenue streams (annual fund and major gifts). A major focus of the Resource Development & Marketing Specialist is relationships with foundations and grants management, including grant writing, reporting, assessment tracking and ensuring fidelity in collaboration with the Senior Director of Programs and SEL.
Public Heath Projects Coordinator
Broomfield Public Health Facilitate and coordinate a robust youth engagement strategy for Communities That Care grant.
Lead Case Worker
Chaffee County DHS Chaffee County Department of Human Services is hiring a Lead worker for the Child Welfare Department. They will give supervision, direction, decision-making, and consultation to other employees within their unit in the absence or at the direction of their supervisor. This includes prioritization of responses, assigning cases, monitoring decisions of new caseworkers to ensure good practice and procedures are being met. They will provides consultation to other employees within the team and unit when needed. Assists with training of new employees which will include helping with Transfer of Learning (TOL) activities and new-hire orientation checklist. Provides instruction and coaching to new employees on conducting assessments, developing care plans, prior authorizations, and other documents; accessing and utilizing program regulations; following state and County procedures for obtaining and funding services for clients, monitoring service delivery, utilizing the state automated system for long term care, and documenting contacts and case activity. Encourages and facilitates cooperation, pride, trust and group identity, fosters commitment and team spirit, and works with others to achieve goals. Position provides intake and/or ongoing casework services for a variety of program areas such as child abuse and neglect cases, youth in conflict cases and institutional abuse and neglect. You must have a Bachelor’s degree in the field, masters preferred. Must have 2 years working in child welfare with the masters and 4 years in child welfare with a Bachelor’s.
Child Advocates - Denver CASA Please find job description at link below.
Child Advocates - Denver CASA Please see job description here: https://denvercasa.org/jobs/.
Volunteer and Data Specialist
Child Advocates - Denver CASA Please see description here: https://denvercasa.org/app/uploads/2014/11/Volunteer-and-Data-Specialist-2021.pdf
Youth Advisor Intern
Partners The Youth Advisor will be responsible for: • providing youth perspective and recommendations on program and activity implementation, policy, and processes • serve on community-wide coalitions • assist with the development of social media and print materials There will be strong support and training from staff to develop skills and build confidence in a professional environment. This is a 3-month part time position (July-September 2021), 5-7 hours per week; Stipend: $1,000
Colorado Department of Human Services The Tony Grampsas Youth Services Program (TGYS) is seeking applications for the TGYS board. The goal of TGYS is to provide grant funding to programs throughout the state of Colorado for prevention, intervention, and education in the areas of youth crime and violence, youth marijuana use, high school dropout, and child abuse and neglect. The TGYS board is a 13 member, Type II body (i.e. the board has an advisory role) that serves in an advisory capacity to the Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) on TGYS-related decisions and is authorized by C.R.S. 26-6.9-103. TGYS board members may be reappointed for a total of no more than two, three-year terms. TGYS board meetings are held 5-6 times/year in Denver, with the opportunity to participate virtually. The TGYS board has the responsibility to:
*Approve program guidelines *Develop criteria for awarding grants *Determine criteria for measuring the effectiveness of programs that receive grants under the TGYS program *Establish timelines for submission and review of grant applications *Review applications received for grants and approve grant funding *Recommend grant choices to the Governor for final approval
Routt County Youth Development Coordinator
Grand Futures Prevention Coalition Grand Futures Prevention Coalition is seeking a full time adult staff member to lead our Routt County Youth Council, and help us continue to create and sustain positive opportunities for youth in our Northwest Colorado Community!