Employment

General Application procedures and criteria:
Drug Test, Finger Print, Application to Human Resources Department

Thank you for your interest in SAY San Diego's open employment opportunity. Due to the high volume of resumes received, we sincerely appreciate no phone calls or additional emails to ask if your resume has been received. If you did not receive an error message, you can assume your resume has been received and will be processed accordingly.

We will begin to review all resumes and forward to the hiring manager, those candidates who best meet the qualifications and requirements listed on the job posting. If your background and experience are a fit with the requirements of the position, you will be contacted for an interview. Those resumes who do not meet the minimum qualifications and requirements and/or which do not specify the open position they are applying for, will not be forwarded for review.

Best wishes in your job search, and thank you again for your interest in SAY San Diego.

-- Human Resources Department

UPDATED: July 23, 2014

 

SAY wants YOU! We are hiring Teachers and Activity Leaders for the Fall School Year! Come to one of our Job Fairs and see why SAY is such a great place to work!

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EXTENDED DAY - BEFORE AND AFTER-SCHOOL SERVICES

 

Activity Leaders and Teachers (for Elementary and Middle School Before and After-School programs): Responsibilities include: Assist with the implementation of the Extended Day, before and after school programs, on a public school site within the San Diego Unified School District. Actively participate with children in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities including any or all of the following: physical fitness, organized sports, academic projects, fine arts, and practical arts. Qualifications include: Minimum of 6 months experience in the supervision and management of groups of children ages 5-14. Minimum of 48 college units; 12 of those units in child development or related fields OR able to pass the CAPE. Pay rate is at $10.16-$11.33 per hour based on education and experience. Part-time, 15-25 hours per week. Monday-Friday 2:00 or 3:00pm – 6:00pm availability required, AM and/or PM shifts.

French Preschool Language Teacher: We are currently seeking an enthusiastic preschool teacher who is a native speaker of French, to instruct children ages 3-5 in our innovative preschool program located near SDSU. Our curriculum emphasizes dialogue; story-telling, singing and role-playing while building language skills. Position will be 30 hours a week, Monday - Friday

Lead Teacher: $15.08/hr with AA or higher in ECE or Child Development
OR
24 units in ECE or CD units in core course work: child/human dev, program/curriculum and child family and community. Plus 16 units in GE.

Teacher: $12.57- $13.60/hr with 12 units in ECE or CD units in core course work: child/human dev, program/curriculum and child family and community.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• At least 1 year of teaching experience, specifically with young learners
• A native or near-native speaker of the language.
• AA or higher in ECE or Child Development preferred- minimum 12units in Child Development
• Creativity and excitement to engage with our learners in their lessons
• Talents in music, art, and theater are a huge plus


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Please send resumes via e-mail to careers@saysandiego.org or via fax to (858) 715-8572.

ADMINISTRATIVE 

No positions at this time.

BUSINESS UNIT

No positions at this time.

DEVELOPMENT UNIT

Director of Resource Development: (40 hours per week) The Director of Resource Development implements an integrated and strategic resource development plan focused on relationship building and increasing foundation, corporate, public and individual giving in keeping with SAY’s mission and goals. Fund raising responsibilities are hands on – including grant writing, donor relations and events. This position will be charged with maintaining and enhancing SAY’s visibility, including presenting SAY’s mission, client experience and community benefit as part of a cohesive communications plan. This position reports to the CEO and serves on the senior management team. Must possess excellent skills in facilitation of colleagues aimed at identifying organizational goals and objectives and translating them into operational goals and financial targets for resource development. Demonstrates external relations expertise; ability to work with diverse personalities, roles, styles and circumstances. A college degree is required and 6-8 years of professional experience in fund raising, member relations, civic engagement, communications and/or related fields, preferably with a public affairs or nonprofit group. Click here for complete job description and requirements.

SOCIAL SERVICES

CAT Bilingual Case Manager: (40 hours per week) Under the supervisor of the CAT Associate Program Manager, the case manager provides direct and indirect services to a caseload of culturally diverse individuals and/or families, including comprehensive assessment, information and referral, case planning, education, advocacy and other supportive services. Group services also provided on-site or at local schools. Knowledge and experience working with diverse cultures. Ability to manage multiple demands and prioritize when needed. Strong communication and relationship-building skills. Knowledge of relevant resources within the community. BA or BS degree in Social Work or related field. Bilingual English/Spanish is required. Two years of related experience in case management and direct client service, particularly experience with at-risk youth and families. Click here for complete job description and requirements.

CBT Therapist: (40 hours per week) The CBT Therapist provides individual counseling, group counseling and crisis intervention services to adult offenders in the community. Referrals will come directly from probation. The CBT Therapist provides counseling, education, and prevention services to children, youth, and families referred to us through other agencies or within this agency. The goal of the program is to provide Cognitive Behavioral Therapy specific to criminal thinking of offenders who have been assessed to have criminogenic needs in that area as well as those offenders whom have been exposed to trauma. The Program will provide evidence-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) curriculum to the offender population in San Diego County with treatments that address any or all of the following factors: criminal thought process, cognitive and behavioral control of anger, interpersonal skill deficits, and exposure to trauma and attendant symptoms. The program will support Probation’s mission to protect community safety, reduce crime and assist victims through offender accountability and rehabilitation. The program will work with participants to develop skills, knowledge, and insights that will enable them to make positive, healthy choices in the future. He/She will have knowledge and experience working with minority populations. This peson will have strong clinical skills in family therapy, group, and multi-family group therapy, and parent education. Should also possess adirect experience/expertise in working with clients involved in the justice system, substance abuse, gang activity, and criminality. A Master's Degree in Social Work, Counseling, or related field is required. MSW/LCSW preferred. Must be license eligible; LCSW/MFT licensing supervisions provided. Candidate must be bilingual in English/Spanish. Click here for complete job description and requirements.

Covered California Outreach Worker: (Two positions through December 31, 2014 - one 40-hr per week and one 25-hour per week) Conduct ACA outreach and education activities in various community settings including staffing information booths at street fairs and farmer’s markets, speaking to community groups, utilizing I-Pads to demonstrate features of health insurance programs and to generate leads for follow-up, locating and establishing additional community partners and event opportunities, interfacing positively with referral partners and event coordinators, and maintaining accurate records of outreach efforts for evaluation and reporting purposes. High School diploma or equivalent/ some college preferred. Sales and /or public speaking experience desirable, as well as experience and competency in working with culturally diverse communities/families. Access to reliable transportation and willingness to use for job-related activities

CSF Family Support Partner: (40 hours per week) Provides direct and indirect services to a caseload of culturally diverse individuals and/or families, including comprehensive assessment, information and referral, case planning, education, advocacy and other supportive services. Supervise and manage a full time caseload. Provide case management services to include interviewing, assessing, case planning, solution seeking, goal setting, referral, advocacy, life skills training and family building. Identify individual/family strengths that can be applied to overcome specific challenges. Remain culturally sensitive and respectful in all client, staff and community interactions and provide support in the form of reflective listening, emotional support, strengths identification, challenge identification and solution seeking as needed. BA or BS degree in Social Work or related field. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred and two years of related experience in case management and direct client service. Valid CA Driver license and access to reliable transportation and be willing to use it for job-related tasks.

EPTSD Counselor: (40 hours per week) The EPSDT Counselor provides counseling, education, and prevention services to children, youth, and families referred to us through other agencies or within this agency. Will be responsible to supervise and manage a full time caseload and provide case management, counseling, and group services to children, youth and families. He/she will provide psycho-social assessment and services to youth (8-18) and families. Must possess strong skills in individual/family/group therapy needed. Must be able to supervise graduate and BA level interns and agency volunteers. He/she will also provide case management services including psycho-social assessment and treatment planning. Responsibilities will include but won’t be limited to: client advocacy and client follow-up, maintaining accurate updated case files and compile statistical data monthly, ability to understand how to identify, refer and/or treat dual diagnosis issues and performing other tasks as assigned by the Mental Health Coordinator. He/she will have a Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, or related field. MSW/LCSW preferred. License eligible. LCSW/MFT licensing supervisions provided. Must be bilingual in English/Spanish. Click here for complete job description and requirements.

FSS Case Manager: (40 hours per week) Under the supervision of the Program Coordinator, the case manager provides direct and indirect services to a caseload of culturally diverse individuals and/or families, including comprehensive assessment, information and referral, case planning, education, advocacy and other supportive services. Knowledge and experience working with diverse cultures. Ability to manage multiple demands and prioritize when needed. Strong communication, interviewing, assessment, goal setting and relationship-building skills. Knowledge of relevant resources within the community. BA or BS degree in Social Work or related field. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred. Two years of related experience in case management and direct client service. Click here for complete job description and requirements.


APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Please send resume and cover letter via email to: careers@saysandiego.org:

Or MAIL to:
SAY San Diego, Inc.
ATTN: Human Resources
8755 Aero Drive, Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92123
Or Fax to: 858-715-8572

Please indicate for which position you are applying. SAY San Diego, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

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