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: March 19, 2015





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.


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


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Alternatives to Detention Case Manager: (40 hours per week) The ATD Lead Case Manager assesses low-risk juvenile offenders and their families to help provide a continuum of alternatives for youth determined not to require detention. Program services will include family assessment, referral, case advocacy, home detention, reporting centers, non-secure shelter (cool bed), intensive case management and wraparound family support services. Program goals include preventing youth from being unnecessarily detained and reducing juvenile delinquency. Staff will provide comprehensive assessment, advocacy, linkage and referral, coordinated case planning, and other supportive services, including ensuring that youth attend all court hearings as required. A Bachelors Degree in Social Work, Criminal Justice or related field is required. Candidates need to be bilingual English/Spanish. Must have two years of related experience in case management and direct client service, particularly experience with at-risk youth and families. Valid CA Driver license. Transportation of clients required. Must have access to reliable transportation and be willing to use it for job-related tasks. 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. He/She will have knowledge and experience working with minority populations. This person will have strong clinical skills in family therapy, group, and multi-family group therapy, and parent education. Should also possess direct 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. Bilingual in English/Spanish is preferred but not required.. Click here for complete job description and requirements.

Dual Diagnosis Group Worker: (Part-time, 20 hours per week) The Group Worker is directly responsible to the Program Coordinator. This position provides group services to youth in juvenile probation detention and field services programs. The Group Worker is to provide group counseling and psychosocial and substance abuse education. Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, counseling or related field. Needs one year of experience working with youth. Direct experience/expertise in working with youth involved with the juvenile justice system, substance abuse, gang activity and child abuse. Experience in providing casework/case management and group services. Experience using spreadsheets, database and word processing software. Access to reliable transportation and willing to use it for job-related tasks. Click here for complete job description and requirements.

Intake/Recruitment Specialist: (40 hours per week) Under the supervision of the Program Coordinator, the Intake Worker oversees the referrals to the assigned program(s) including screening, information and referrals, crisis management, intake completion, referral distribution and tracking, and client follow-up. BA in Social Work or related field is required. Minimum of two years experience providing job related experience. Competency and experience in working with different cultures. Access to reliable transportation. Bilingual in English and Spanish is preferred but not required. Knowledge and experience of San Diego, its resources and services. Ability to manage multiple demands and prioritize when needed. Strong communication and relationship-building skills. Knowledge of relevant resources within the community. Click here for complete job description and requirements.

Masters Level Social Worker: (40 hours per week) The Master’s Level Social Worker is directly responsible to the Director of Extended Day Program. This position provides education, counseling, and prevention services to youth and families enrolled in before and after school programs for elementary and middle school ages. The expectation is that the Social Worker is on site providing direct service each afternoon at the Extended Day sites. This position provides administrative supervision to the Behavior Specialist. Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, or related field. License eligible. LCSW/MFT licensing supervisions provided. Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, English, Professional Writing or a similar major. Experience with a non-profit team environment preferred. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred but not required. Click here for complete job description and requirements.

Professional Collecter: (10-20 hours per week)
This is a non-exempt, part-time hourly position reporting to the CBT Program Manager in the YFCS Department. The Professional Collector is responsible for conducting collections in support of on-site and off-site urinalysis testing. Click here for complete job description and requirements.


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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