SERVICE COORDINATORSCentral Valley Regional Center
Currently seeking Service Coordinators for our Fresno, Merced & Visalia offices providing case management services for individuals with developmental disabilities. Requires BA/BS degree in social work, human services/ behavorial science related degrees + 2 years of experience, OR a Master's Degree in social work, human services/ behavioral science related degree and 1 year of experience. Starting $22.50/ hr + benefits. EEO/AA. See website for job flyer and application: www.cvrc.org
Central Valley Regional Center, Inc. is presently inviting applicants to apply for the position described below. We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and actively encourage recruitment from women and minorities. Your cooperation in posting this notice is appreciated.
Coordinate services for individuals with developmental disabilities and children at-risk; advocacy; assistance with problem solving and crisis management; assure consumers receive needed services and referrals to appropriate resources. Must meet state/federal timelines in completion of reports/documentation and meeting eligibility criteria.
Requires Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, human services, nursing, child development, or equivalent degree in human services + two (2) years of experience in case management or working with individuals with developmental disabilities or related field; Master’s degree in social work, psychology, human services, nursing or equivalent degree + one (1) year of experience in case management or working with individuals with developmental disabilities. Requires demonstrated computer knowledge for completion of caseload documentation/data entry into data base and e-mail. Automobile and valid driver’s license required. Must demonstrate cultural awareness and sensitivity and an ability to work effectively with culturally diverse populations. Bilingual candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
: Professional office environment. Requires travel to individuals' homes, community agencies, schools, care provider facilities, appointments and public meetings. Extensive telephone use. Verbal and written communication skills to complete required reporting and communication. Availability and capability to respond to individuals' special needs, incidents and crisis intervention.
$22.50 per hour
Accrual of vacation and sick leave hours, holiday pay, group health insurance and prescription plan, dental insurance, vision service plan, life insurance, CalPERS retirement and long-term disability insurance.
APPLICANT NOTE: The acceptance of your resume will depend on whether you have clearly demonstrated that you meet the minimum requirements. Based upon review of your application and supportive information, only the most qualified candidates will advance to the interview portion. The interview will cover experience, personal suitability, education, and general ability to perform the duties of the position.