Sunday, July 20, 2014

Northern CA-City of Stockton

Office of Violence Prevention Manager
Salary: $6,489 - $8,332 monthly
$77,868 - $99,984 annually
Includes competitive benefits package

The City of Stockton is currently recruiting for an Office of Violence Prevention Manager to lead the Office of Violence Prevention, a new division of the City Manager’s Office. The mission of Stockton’s Office of Violence Prevention (OVP) is to significantly reduce violence in the City of Stockton through the implementation of data-driven, partnership-based violence prevention and reduction programs and strategies rooted in best practice
The Office of Violence Prevention Manager will play a central and critical role in ensuring the accountability required for quality implementation and sustainability. Leadership is needed to move a group of committed stakeholders from the intention of working together to actually operating in a focused, partnership-based way. The OVP Manager will need to have skills in leadership and facilitation, project management experience, and command of relevant substance areas; and should effectively encourage full participation with attention to strengthening police-community relations, foster creativity and shared responsibility, and balance deliberation with action.

If you are looking for an exciting career opportunity, APPLY BY 5:00 p.m., Friday August 15, 2014. For requirements and detailed information go to: or visit the City of Stockton HR Dept., located at 22 E Weber Ave., Suite 150, Stockton, CA 95202. 209-937-8233. EOE


Minimum Qualifications:
Possession of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university with major course work in sociology, counseling, social work, public administration, criminology or a closely related field and three (3) years of management or supervisory experience in the public, non-profit, or private sector involving leadership, facilitation, and project management in the area of violence prevention or related community outreach/improvement programs.

Personal and professional experience relevant to communities in Stockton which experience high levels of violence, and applied violence reduction strategies preferred. Additional experience as detailed above may substitute for the required education on a year-for-year basis, however, a Bachelor’s degree is preferred. Qualified candidates must possess or be able to obtain a California Driver’s License.


Not Specified


$75k - 90k

Posting Expiration Date:


How to Apply:

If you are looking for an exciting career opportunity, APPLY BY 5:00 p.m., Friday August 15, 2014. For requirements and detailed information go to: or visit the City of Stockton HR Dept., located at 22 E Weber Ave., Suite 150, Stockton, CA 95202. 209-937-8233. EOE

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Green Dot Clinical Supervisor

The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for monitoring, assisting with, and enhancing the clinical work of MFT, MSW, and Psychology interns and trainees and promoting the conceptual, intuitive, and personal skills necessary for their professional development. Supervision also includes monitoring the quality of work of interns and trainees at Green Dot campuses. Group and individual supervision, intern training, professional development, and establishing/maintaining school relations are key responsibilities of the position.

This is a year-round position, requiring work both during and after school hours.

> Provide direct individual and group clinical supervision to interns and trainees
> Manage and respond to day-to-day concerns related to intern and trainee performance and needs
> Work with Clinical Services and Mental Health Team to ensure that the counseling program is meeting goals and objectives of Green Dot Schools
> Collaborate with the Clinical Services Supervisor regarding intern training, documentation, and additional Clinical Services related activities
> Assist in the assessment of the psychosocial needs of clients and families
> Assist in the development and facilitation of orientation training and professional development trainings for interns and trainees
> Assist in the development of program educational material and training manuals as appropriate to the training program
> Provide ongoing crisis intervention and case management services to all sites and required personnel
> Work closely with school support staff to meet the psychosocial needs of clients and families
> Participate in case conferences, staff meetings, and other meetings and trainings as directed
> Serve as a liaison between clients, clinical staff, and school support staff
> Complete periodic evaluations of interns and trainees for graduate schools
> Provide Education Related Mental Health Services

> Master’s or Doctoral Degree in Psychology, Counseling Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) or Social Work
> Current CA MFT, LCSW or Clinical Psychologist license required
> Meet CA BBSE and/or BOP eligibility to supervise MFT, MSW, and/or Psychology interns/trainees
> Supervisory and/or therapy experience in a school-based setting desired
> Current CA Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) Credential in School Psychology, School Counseling, or School Social Work is preferred
> Bilingual – Spanish : fluency in both written and oral language desired
> Ability to work independently at a high level or professionalism
> Valid CA driver’s license: job requires work at multiple sites

This employer strives for a balanced, productive workforce, which is diverse in terms of age, gender, and cultural identity. We do not base hiring or promotional decisions on factors other than performance and professional growth potential.

The salary for this position is $70,000 - $75,000, based on experience. We also offer a comprehensive benefits plan as well as the opportunity to impact a growing, mission-driven organization that is committed to the success of Los Angeles students.

Only applicants chosen for an interview will be contacted. We are looking to fill this position ASAP.