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Community Engagement Specialist
Child & Family Resources
The Community Engagement Specialist conducts a wide range of in-person activities and offers childcare consumer education and engagement services. Topics may include locating and evaluating child care, accessing and/or applying for financial assistance, health and social service programs, child care regulatory, complaint, and inspection information, expulsion/suspension prevention policies and resources, average cost of care, supply and demand, community resources, parent education, child development, as well as, resources identified as needed and/or requested by the consumer. This position will also recruit and provide a resources, supports, and services to licensed, certified and/or CCR&R registered providers in their service deliver area (SDA) and statewide as needed.

Link: https://www.childfamilyresources.org/jobopenings
Program Specialist Children's Health
First Things First
This position oversees all FTF Child Care Health Consultation, Oral Health and Nutrition contracts and is a key player in researching, developing and monitoring national/local early childhood policies and programs. Also, acts as a content expert, assessing program implementation and providing guidance and technical assistance to internal staff, contracted providers and system stakeholders. Must have knowledge of high-quality health and safety practices within child care settings. RN preferred.
Link: https://files.firstthingsfirst.org/about-first-things-first/CareerPostings/Program-Specialist-ChildrensHealth-2020.pdf
Program Coordinator: Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Program
Neighborhood Ministries/Skye's the Limit Foundation
Part-time, grant-funded position
Job Summary:
Under the direction of the Program Director, the Program Coordinator will serve as a project manager and youth educator. With the goal of preventing substance abuse among Phoenix-area youth, this position will be responsible for planning and facilitating trauma-informed trainings and activities for youth outside of school hours, building robust community partnerships, tracking program outcomes, and ensuring compliance with grant requirements. Position will require evening and weekend work hours as well as some travel within Arizona.

Link: https://nmphx.com/get-involved/employment-opportunities/
Health Educator/Case Manager
Arizona Youth Partnership
Provide health education and supportive services to pregnant and parenting adolescents and their child, including participants who reside in a host home. Positions open in Maricopa and Pima County
Link: https://azyp.org/careers/
Program Coordinator: It Takes a Village! Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Program
Skye's the Limit Foundation/Neighborhood Ministries
Job Summary:
Under the direction of the Program Director, the Program Coordinator will serve as a project manager and youth educator. With the goal of preventing substance abuse among Phoenix-area youth, this position will be responsible for planning and facilitating trauma-informed trainings and activities for youth outside of school hours, building robust community partnerships, tracking program outcomes, and ensuring compliance with grant requirements. Position will require evening and weekend work hours as well as some travel within Arizona.

Duties & Responsibilities:
• Ensure compliance with grant requirements
• Plan and facilitate engaging activities for youth outside of school hours (evenings, weekends, and summer months), including therapeutic art activities, kayaking outings, and substance abuse prevention trainings
• Recruit and retain youth participants from diverse backgrounds
• Build partnerships with local youth organizations
• Track program attendance, administer program surveys, and track program outcomes
• Submit weekly program reports to Program Director
• Communicate and coordinate trainings with program partners
• Facilitate group communication through emails and web-based communication tools
• Disseminate informational handouts at various community events
• Maintain contacts database
• Document program activities with pictures and videos
• Post program updates and events on social media
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Link: https://nmphx.com/get-involved/employment-opportunities/
Therapist 1
Childhelp Inc
Responsible to offer individuals, siblings family counseling services. Also facilitates psychoeducational groups, education, family support, court guidance, case management, and child advocacy services to child victims and their non-offending family members in a culturally sensitive manner. Also makes every effort to ensure that services rendered are not financially prohibitive.

This position does not have direct reports.

Link: https://www.childhelp.org/careers/
Early Childhood Coach
Association for Supportive Child Care
The position provides coaching and mentoring to early childhood programs that are participating in the quality improvement process of Quality First. Quality First Coaches are assigned a caseload of center-based and family child care programs throughout the state of Arizona and are required to meet monthly visit and other expectations in an effort to support quality improvement as determined by program assessment results and provider priorities.
 
Link: https://asccaz.org/about-us/careers/
DIRECT CARE WORKER: HAB TECH
Division of Developmental Disabilities
Direct care workers play a critical role in the lives of individuals with
developmental disabilities. DDD is looking for compassionate, dedicated people
who want to make a difference to those we serve. With rewards higher than they
could ever have imagined, learn more about direct care work from those who
help others live self-directed, healthy and meaningful lives.

Competitive Benefits Packages for all positions!
Medical Benefits start the pay period after enrollment

Requirements:
Direct care workers play a critical role in the lives of individuals with
developmental disabilities. DDD is looking for compassionate, dedicated people
who want to make a difference to those we serve. With rewards higher than they
could ever have imagined, learn more about direct care work from those who
help others live self-directed, healthy and meaningful lives.
Candidate must be 18 years of age to
apply
Arizona Level 1 Clearance Card is
required & valid AZ state-issued
driver’s license
Must be willing to work weekends,
holidays, overtime, and change work
locations, when necessary

Search
Phoenix Job ID: 493621
Coolidge Job ID: 493718

Candidates who are interested can apply using the JOB ID through the
AZ State Job Board: https://www.azstatejobs.gov/

Link: http://www.azstatejobs.gov
DIRECT CARE WORKER: HAB TECH
Division of Developmental Disabilities
Direct care workers play a critical role in the lives of individuals with
developmental disabilities. DDD is looking for compassionate, dedicated people
who want to make a difference to those we serve. With rewards higher than they
could ever have imagined, learn more about direct care work from those who
help others live self-directed, healthy and meaningful lives.

Competitive Benefits Packages for all positions!
Medical Benefits start the pay period after enrollment

Requirements:
Direct care workers play a critical role in the lives of individuals with
developmental disabilities. DDD is looking for compassionate, dedicated people
who want to make a difference to those we serve. With rewards higher than they
could ever have imagined, learn more about direct care work from those who
help others live self-directed, healthy and meaningful lives.
Candidate must be 18 years of age to
apply
Arizona Level 1 Clearance Card is
required & valid AZ state-issued
driver’s license
Must be willing to work weekends,
holidays, overtime, and change work
locations, when necessary

Search
Phoenix Job ID: 493621
Coolidge Job ID: 493718

Candidates who are interested can apply using the JOB ID through the
AZ State Job Board: https://www.azstatejobs.gov/

Link: http://www.azstatejobs.gov
DIRECT CARE WORKERS: HAB TECH
Division of Developmental Disabilities
Description
Direct care workers play a critical role in the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities. DDD is looking for compassionate, dedicated people who want to make a difference to those we serve. With rewards higher than they could ever have imagined, learn more about direct care work from those who help others live self-directed, healthy and meaningful lives. Competitive Benefits Packages for all positions! Medical Benefits start the pay period after enrollment Requirements: Direct care workers play a critical role in the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities. DDD is looking for compassionate, dedicated people who want to make a difference to those we serve. With rewards higher than they could ever have imagined, learn more about direct care work from those who help others live self-directed, healthy and meaningful lives. Candidate must be 18 years of age to apply Arizona Level 1 Clearance Card is required & valid AZ state-issued driver’s license Must be willing to work weekends, holidays, overtime, and change work locations, when necessary Search Phoenix Job ID: 493621 Coolidge Job ID: 493718 Candidates who are interested can apply using the JOB ID through the AZ State Job Board: https://www.azstatejobs.gov/

Link: http://www.azstatejobs.gov
CASE MANAGER 2
Division of Developmental Disabilities
Central Valley Job Id: #57676 | West Valley Job Id: #57675

The Case Manager 2 serves members with developmental disabilities, e.g., Autism,
Cerebral Palsy, Intellectual Disability, Epilepsy, etc., by supporting them and their families
to lead the healthiest, most self-sufficient, productive lives within their capabilities.

Candidate must be an Arizona licensed Registered Nurse in good standing OR possess a Bachelor
Degree in Social Work (SW), OR Psychology, Special Education or Counseling AND have at least
one (1) year experience providing case management services to persons who are elderly and/or
persons with physical or developmental disabilities and/or members determined to have a Serious
Mental Illness (SMI)
OR Candidate must have a minimum of two (2) years’ experience providing case management
services to persons who are elderly and/or persons with physical or developmental disabilities
and/or members determined to have a Serious Mental Illness (SMI)

Candidates who are interested can apply using the JOB ID through the
AZ State Job Board: https://www.azstatejobs.gov/

Equal Opportunity Employer / Program - Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to
individuals with disabilities - TTY/TDD Services 7-1-1


Link: http://www.azstatejobs.gov
Prevention Specialist
Southwest Behavioral & Health Services
• Bilingual (English/Spanish) speaking required.
Assess, identify, and connect prevention program participants to community resources based on identified needs.
• Maintain accurate and timely documentation of prevention services through an Access database system.
• Implement activities and action steps in accordance with objectives in one or more of the following: Strategic Plan, Logic Model of Prevention, and Implementation Plan.
• Prepare and make available all substance abuse prevention and resource information materials.
• Transport participants to and from group meetings and other services, as needed.
• Contribute to the development and execution of marketing products, materials, and efforts pertaining to substance abuse prevention education and other marketing efforts and projects as assigned by Program Coordinator or Program Director.
• Conduct activities and action steps in accordance with the Implementation Plan.
• Facilitate Youth Ambassador afterschool activities.
• Deliver evidence-based programs and develop and deliver evidence informed workshops, presentations, and trainings for youth, parents and other targeted populations in Maricopa County.


Requirements:
• The minimum requirement consists of a 21-year age
• Requires completion of a Bachelor's degree in educational/behavioral science or related field plus a minimum of one year of related experience
• Must have fingerprint clearance issued by the Arizona Department of Public Safety or be eligible to receive within eight (8) weeks of hire
• Required to maintain a valid Arizona driver’s license and pass motor vehicle screening for insurance purposes in order to transport clients, based upon need/requirements of the clinic and/or program.

Link: https://jobs.sbhservices.org/prevention-specialist/job/14872685?utm_campaign=google_jobs_apply&utm_source=google_jobs_apply&utm_medium=organic
Certified-Non Teacher/SOCIAL WORKER- Cesar Chavez High School
Phoenix Union High School District No. 210
The Social Worker serves the student whose social, emotional and/or family problems interfere with his/her capacity to function adequately within an educational environment. The Social Worker professionally assesses the problem(s) in order to provide and refer for interventions that help eliminate barriers to learning. Interventions may include the school, family, and/or community resources. This professional relationship is dependent upon its confidential nature and may consist of initial assessment interviews, consultation with staff and family, supportive counseling, crisis intervention, community referrals and/or school based support groups.

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