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SOMAH Program Manager
California Environmental Justice Alliance The SOMAH Outreach & Curriculum Manager will lead the implementation of the landmark Solar on Multifamily Affordable Housing (SOMAH) Program, which allocates $1 billion for installation of rooftop solar on multifamily affordable housing in disadvantaged or low-income communities. This position will focus on creating an outreach curriculum, conducting educational outreach and recruitment, coordinating with allies within SOMAH, and ensuring compliance with program contractual obligations. The SOMAH Outreach & Curriculum Manager will play a critical role in ensuring low-income tenants, including tenants who are monolingual in Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese among other languages, in affordable rental housing in Los Angeles, Bay Area, & San Diego can access community solar. This position will support the CEJA Energy team and Communications team to successfully implement the SOMAH program. The position will lead and assist our CEJA members in creating a curriculum and coordinating the implementation of this program. The SOMAH Outreach and Curriculum Manager will work in close coordination with the SOMAH Program Administrators (PA) a group of 3rd party administrators made up of GRID Alternatives, California Housing Partnership, Center for Sustainable Energy, Association for Energy Affordability, and Rising Sun Center for Opportunity.
Associate Director of Development
Community Housing Works Great opportunity for experienced project manger
Resident Services Coordinator
City Heights Community Development Corporation Major Responsibilities/Duties: • Provide academic support, activities, and supervision of youth in grades K-12 • Provide information, referrals, advocacy, and case management services to individuals and families in crisis or in need of social, educational, and/or employment services living in our affordable housing properties • Assist in the supervision and retention of volunteers • Promote and encourage civic engagement through trainings and linkages to other community initiatives, especially those involving affordable housing, safety, and neighborhood improvement • Operate the emergency food pantry, bi-weekly food distributions, and senior meal delivery • Assist with identifying funding sources • Additional duties as assigned
Qualifications: • Commitment to the mission of the organization • Some college or Bachelor’s degree in Child Development, Education, Sociology, Social Work, or related field • At least 2 years working with youth in an after-school or comparable setting • Knowledge of various family dynamics, crisis intervention, community engagement, and a high degree of cultural sensitivity • Ability to relate to youth and adults in a professional manner and maintain professional boundaries • Ability to work independently and in a team with various partners and programs • Ability to work in a flexible and adaptable work environment. • Knowledge of/or experience working in disadvantaged, inner city communities and with issues of low-income families including but not limited to immigration, refugee relocation, domestic violence, parenting, substance abuse, and others • Bilingual in Spanish or Somali desirable • High attention to detail and ability to carry out assignments independently • High proficiency in all areas of Microsoft Office to include Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint, Data Entry (Salesforce desirable)
Compensation: 40 hours per week, hourly pay range: $19- $21/hr. (See website for more details)
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Family Health Centers of San Diego Responsibilities:
Acts as a liaison between internal and external customers, including patients, other FHCSD service staff and other service providers, for the purpose of improving patient/client quality of care and flow.
Completes all required documentation accurately, in a timely manner, and thoroughly in accordance with department standards; in addition, documentation complies with all grant funder and patients' insurance requirements Works in collaboration with all members of the healthcare and departmental program on retention in care, appointment completion and identifying barriers to care (i.e.: QI Projects, Case Reviews).
Engages in patient interactions via telephone and in person to identify and meet patient needs, including provision of assisted and unassisted referrals, resources and follow-up; depending on patients presenting needs.
Performs general clinical tasks, as assigned, which may include filing, processing paperwork, data entry, scanning/photocopying, agenda creation and minutes, encounter reports, scheduling and similar tasks.
Uses discretion during all interactions to answer both routine and complicated questions; forwards issues to appropriate person. Handles confidential and routine information.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Equus Workforce Solutions Summary Effectively communicate both verbally and in writing. Ability to clearly present and explain information to groups. Speak clearly and persuasively to other staff, agencies, employers, property owners/managers, mechanics, hotel/motel operators, and other service providers on behalf of clients. Establish effective working relationships with other staff, agencies, employers, property owners/managers, mechanics, hotel/motel operators, and other service providers. Exercise appropriate judgment in answering questions and releasing information; analyze and project consequences of decisions and/or recommendations. Maintain confidentiality of files and records. Assess client needs and conduct in-depth interviews that are sensitive. Have knowledge of the homeless community and County demographics. Implement and apply regulations to daily duties. Exercise attention to detail. Organize, prioritize, and complete a large volume of work within strict time deadlines.
Equus Workforce Solutions Provides various clerical support duties to staff; including copying, filing, faxing, case file maintenance, participant outreach and engagement. Responsible for maintaining case files and other files in an organized and up to date manner. Maintains office supplies. Completes other duties as assigned.
CASE WORKER/PEER SPECIALIST-PIRM (TEMPORARY/PART-TIME)
Neighborhood House Association Under the supervision of the Program Manager-PIRM, provides flexible, multidisciplinary, non-clinical support to individuals post release with mental illness. Recovery support services include emotional, transportation, informational, and instrumental support as well as companionship. The Peer Specialist/Case Worker supports clients’ recovery using community support and resources.
Neighborhood House Association Under general supervision of the Program Director of Mental Health, the Employment Support Specialist I (ESS I) offers rehabilitation counseling, case management and employment-related services to Project Enable clients affected by psychiatric disabilities and co-occurring disorders. This position exists to develop supported employment opportunities for adult clients affected by serious mental illness, including seeking out job sites, training, and placement opportunities. The position also offers rehabilitation counseling, coaching, case management and job placement services to participants, and performs related duties as assigned.
CARE COORDINATOR (PROJECT ENABLE CLINIC)
Neighborhood House Association Under the supervision of the Project Enable Care Coordination Manager, provides clinical care coordination, rehabilitation and recovery services primarily for adult clients, ages 18 to older adults with severe mental illnesses on an outpatient basis, including adults with a co-occurring disorder; and performs related work as required. A typical caseload per full-time staff is 80 cases.
PEER SUPPORT SPECIALIST
Neighborhood House Association The Peer Specialist will provide flexible, multidisciplinary, non-clinical support to individuals with mental illness. Recovery support services include emotional, transportation, informational, and instrumental support as well as companionship. The Peer Specialist/Case Worker will support clients’ recovery using community support and resources.