Alameda County Reentry jobs!!

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Alameda County Reentry jobs!!

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Leaders in Community Alternatives, Inc. (LCA) is a community-based criminal justice organization which has been providing services in California for over 23 years.  LCA operates several Day Reporting Centers (DRC’s) that offer a broad array of reentry services including intensive case management, substance abuse education, personal development, education, parenting, vocational, financial literacy and employment readiness and placement.  The programs integrate evidence-based criminal justice practices into organizational design and service delivery. The DRC model reduces recidivism and increases public safety by effectively engaging clients in skill building and prosocial activities to create opportunities to increase self-sufficiency and self-efficacy, and to help clients successfully exit the criminal justice system.

LCA is pleased to announce its new partnership with the Alameda County Probation Department (ACPD) to operate a Transitional Day Reporting Center (TDRC) in Oakland.  The new DRC is scheduled to open by the end of the year.  We expect to hire the Program Director in October and the remainder of the positions by November 1, 2014.

LCA is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to embracing diversity and consider all qualified applicants without regard to color, ethnic background, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, HIV/AIDS status, veteran status, or any other legally protected class.  People who have successfully exited the criminal justice system are encouraged to apply.

Leaders in Community Alternatives, Inc. offers a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, 401k, vacation, etc., along with compensation based on experience, education and/or proven abilities.
 
We are seeking qualified applicants for the following full-time positions:

Program Director

Minimum qualifications and experience:
The Program Director must hold a Master’s Degree in Social Sciences or a related field, and have at least one year of program management experience in a program setting; or, a four-year degree in Social Sciences or related fields, and the equivalent of three cumulative years of documented experience demonstrating a history of program management experience in criminal justice or social services programs; or a two-year (AA or AS) and the equivalent of five years of full-time program management experience in criminal justice or substance abuse programs combined with demonstrated familiarity working with the target population.  The Program Director must have demonstrated, successful experience administering a criminal justice or related multi-service social services program (either residential or day reporting), utilizing evidence-based practices, and experience with database information systems within the last five years.
Description of responsibilities:
The Program Director will have overall administrative and operational responsibility for the delivery of the services.  In partnership with ACPD, the Program Director will act as the operations manager for all programmatic issues and has overall supervisory responsibility for all DRC staff, interns and volunteers.

Salary Range:  $65,000-$70,000


Clinical Supervisor

Minimum qualifications and experience:
The Clinical Supervisor must hold a Master’s Degree in Social Work, or other qualifying clinical graduate degree.  The Clinical Supervisor must possess a valid license as a LCSW or LMFT and must have experience working within a criminal justice, homeless, or substance abuse treatment program within the last five years.  
Description of responsibilities:
The Clinical Supervisor will be the primary coordinator of the trauma treatment component, as well as all rehabilitative treatment components of the DRC and will directly supervise Case Managers and future program delivery staff (e.g., transition specialist, housing coordinator, employment specialist).
Salary range:  $60,000-$65,000

Case Manager(s)

Minimum qualifications and experience:
All Case Managers who will be facilitating treatment counseling and groups must be trained by a certified trainer in the various curricula that will be utilized.  Case Managers who will be facilitating substance abuse education, treatment counseling and groups must be either certified by the California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs or have direct recovery group experience. Case Managers must have experience working with the criminal justice, homeless, or substance abusing population within the last two years.  A four-year degree in the Social Sciences or a related field and one year experience as a case manager in a program setting with this population are required; or an Associate Degree and the equivalent of two cumulative years of full-time case management experience in a program with this population; or a High School Diploma or GED and four cumulative years of full-time experience in a program with the offender population.  Good writing, computer and documentation skills are essential.

Description of responsibilities and duties/tasks
The Case Manager positions provide one-on-one services to TDRC clients, are the primary coordinator of the program with the clients, including all group facilitation.  Other responsibilities include development of Individual Achievement Plans (IAP), and ensuring follow through on linkages to mental health, substance abuse treatment and other outside services.  LCA personnel policies will include staff development plans to continually upgrade their competencies.

Salary range:  $18-$20/hr.


Administrative Assistant/Intake Specialist

Minimum qualifications and Experience
The Administrative Assistant/Intake Specialist must possess a high school diploma or equivalent; an Associates or four-year degree is preferred.  The Administrative Assistant/Intake Specialist must have excellent oral, written, communication and computer skills, and have worked within a busy program setting for at least one year.  
Description of responsibilities:
The Administrative Assistant/Intake Specialist will be responsible for the administrative operation of the program including coordinating client intakes, and general functioning of the facility.

Salary range:  $16-$18/hr.

Program Monitor/Security

Minimum qualifications and experience:
The Program Monitor/Security must have a High School diploma or equivalent.  The Program Monitor/Security must have a minimum of one year experience working in a program for the criminal justice, homeless or substance abuse population, and have good communication and people skills.  
Description of responsibilities and duties/tasks:
Program Monitor/Security have responsibility to ensure the safety and security of the TDRC facility and onsite emergency housing, and to monitor the day-to-day movement of clients, volunteers and visitors.

Salary range:  $15-$16/hr.

To apply:
Please write a cover letter addressed to Leaders in Community Alternatives, Inc. outlining how you meet the very specific minimum requirements. Please also indicate how you learned of this opportunity. Email the cover letter and resume with “Alameda TDRC” in subject line, to: dharrington@lcaservices.com
Please note that all staff will be required to complete LiveScan fingerprinting following an offer of employment and criteria for approval or denial of a position include:
• No arrests during the past three years.
• Cannot currently be on parole, mandatory supervision, PRCS or probation or under any structured supervision as a result of criminal conduct.
• Not required to register per Health and Safety Code Section 11590, Penal Code Section 290, and/or Penal Code Section 451.
Allyson West, Executive Director California Reentry Program P.O. Box 483 San Quentin, CA 94964 www.ca-reentry.org 415-599-6586