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Provide clinical supervision to assigned staff to include individual and/or group supervision and weekly consultation. Assess individual staff training needs and provide necessary recommendations. Participate in case consultation and team supervision. Provide clinical support to service delivery staff and support the administrative directives of the program manager to ensure compliance.  Assist in the monitoring of proper documentation and timeliness of work.  Educate and expand staff’s knowledge of legal obligations and ethical responsibilities.  Other duties as assigned.  

Qualifications:  Current and active LCSW with 2 years post licensure experience.  Must have completed 15 hours of Clinical Supervision training.  Previous experience as a supervisor preferred.  Able to work with a diverse population and environment.  Knowledgeable of Department of Mental Health regulations and documentation, and of the applicable laws and regulations of the program.  Able to exercise good judgment and initiative.  Possess excellent written and oral communication skills. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.  Good organizational and time management skills; attention to detail a must.  Must be computer-literate; working knowledge of MS Word, Excel and Outlook.  Must have reliable transportation, a valid CA Driver’s License, current automobile liability insurance and acceptable driving record.

Will be responsible for providing quality clinical services, diagnostic formulation, psychosocial assessments, and assuring appropriate therapeutic activities.  Provide comprehensive assessments, treatment planning, risk assessment, clinical interventions, case management, coordination of therapeutic activities. Provide therapy to clients and their families/caregivers that may include a variety of environments and community settings, including, schools, homes, community centers, etc.,as appropriate. 

Qualifications:  Must be registered as an Associate Clinical Social Worker or MFT Intern with the Board of Behavioral Science. LCSW or LMFT preferred. Training/certification in Evidence Based Practices highly preferred.  Must be able to work effectively with multi-disciplinary professionals. Effective written and oral communication skills.  Experience with the Department of Mental Health (DMH) preferred.  Bilingual English/Spanish required.  Must have reliable transportation, valid CA driver’s license, acceptable driving records and proof of current auto insurance. * Due to COVID-19 pandemic, duties will be performed primarily via telecommuting.

Evaluate the quality, type and level of services being provided by clinical staff.  Assist with verifying accuracy of all billings to DMH - compare EXYM reports with DMH quarterly billings reports. Ensure compliance with funding requirements for documentation, timelines, accuracy, completeness, consistency, and conformity to requirements. Responsible for monitoring and reviewing cases and ensures the agency is in compliance with auditing standards for federal funding sources.  Promptly identify problems and assist in implementing appropriate corrective action;   Ensure compliance with contract reporting requirements.  Assist with the implementation of new policies as requested.  Assist with preparation for audits conducted by various agencies, including Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, and in the preparation for a response to site reviews, certification visits, and various clinical and service delivery audits, to ensure compliance and contractual obligations.

Qualifications: Must be registered as an Associate Clinical Social Worker or Associate Marriage and Family Therapist  with the Board of Behavioral Science; license eligible (i.e. must have completed all supervised hour). LCSW or Licensed MFT preferred. Minimum 3  years’ experience in mental health.  Experience/Familiarity with Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health documentation requirements.  Must be able to document comments/findings that result from internal audits either in oral or written format.  Effective communication skills, both written and oral.  Ability to think independently, creatively and effectively in critical situations. Computer literate; working knowledge of MS Word and Excel, Outlook and knowledgeable in Internet search. Must have reliable transportation, valid CA driver’s license, an acceptable driving record and proof of current auto insurance.

Will be working to address complex childhood and family trauma within the Boyle Heights/East Los Angeles communities by training program staff as well as community members.  Train staff members in providing developmentally appropriate activities designed to reduce the impact of complex trauma, engage in teaching parents/caregivers in aspects of healthy child development, creating spaces/opportunities that promote positive social skills for young children, and by linking families to mental health services and other social supports.  Will also train staff in understanding the importance of screening for exposure to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES).  Oversee the data collection and processing of that data into an assigned electronic data base.  Conduct presentation/workshop using virtual platforms.  Support programming efforts in community as needed.

Qualifications: Master’s degree in psychology, sociology or related field required. Previous experience in a non-profit mental health agency preferred. Must have thorough understand and knowledge of mental health principles and applications.  Ability and experience in development curriculum and providing training to mental health services staff highly preferred.  Demonstrates ability to work independently; attention to detail a must.  Excellent oral and written communication skills.  Bilingual in English and Spanish required.  Computer literate; working knowledge of database, spreadsheet, and graphic programs, such as MS Word and Excel, Outlook and knowledgeable in Internet search.   Must have reliable transportation, a valid CA driver’s license, proof of auto insurance, and an acceptable driving record. * Due to COVID-19 pandemic, duties will be performed via telecommuting and/or in the office if needed.

Working primarily with medication only clients, will be responsible for providing quality clinical services, diagnostic formulation, psychosocial assessments, and assuring appropriate therapeutic activities.  Provide comprehensive assessments, annual treatment planning, risk assessment, clinical interventions, case management, coordination of therapeutic activities. Provide psychotherapy to clients using a variety of modalities, including family, group and individual, when needed. 

Qualifications:  Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling Psychology or related field; must be license- eligible and registered with BBS.  LCSW or Licensed MFT highly preferred.  Must be able to work effectively independently and with multi-disciplinary professionals. Effective written and oral communication skills.  Experience with the Department of Mental Health (DMH).  Bilingual English/Spanish required.  Must have reliable transportation, valid CA driver’s license, an acceptable driving record and proof of current auto insurance.

Provide support to the psychiatrist and assist in the evaluation, and treatment of clients. Some duties include, but not limited to, provide education on diagnosis and medications, participate in multidisciplinary team conferences, collaborate with other mental health staff to develop the most effective treatment plan for the client, and complete DMH required documentation regarding medication issues. 

Qualifications: A valid CA State License to practice as a Psychiatric Technician. Previous experience with LA County Department of  Mental Health highly preferred. Must be computer literate, knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, and electronic medical records system.   Experience, knowledge, skill and abilities with culturally diverse populations preferred. Able to communicate thoughts and ideas clearly, both orally and written. Bilingual in English/Spanish required.  Must have reliable transportation, valid CA driver’s license, an acceptable driving record and proof of current auto insurance.

Work independently and as a part of a team to provide employment services to clients.  Will provide encouragement, guidance, and support in the area of employment; assess employability and barriers leading employment and provide services and linkages to overcome those barriers.  

Qualifications: Bachelor Degree in Social Work, Psychology or related field plus one (1) year experience in a mental health setting, A.A. degree plus two (2) years experience in a mental health setting. Previous case management, employment services, or job placement experience. Knowledge of community educational and vocational resources and other community social services resources.  Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team. Bilingual English/Spanish required.  Must have reliable transportation, valid CA driver’s license, current auto insurance, and an acceptable driving record.

Complete LA County Rent Relief Program screenings by obtaining all necessary information and follow up as needed. Complete the program eligibility assessment process through the RRP Eligibility checklist. Assist and maintain renter database and records updated daily as well as any other databases as necessary.  Review and update Renters’ files and charts to ensure all information is current, accurate and in compliance; maintain wait list and provide referrals as necessary.   Ensure completed applications are submitted to the Team Lead for final review prior to submission to Alma’s Fiscal Department. Coordinating directing with renters, landlords, and other relevant parties through phone calls, emails and other forms of correspondence to respond to all inquiries relating to the program and agency. Complete and submit reports as required and/or requested to supervisor and/or partnering agencies.  Input information in the LACDA RRP database as needed. Other duties as needed and as assigned.

Qualifications: Bachelor degree preferred, High School Diploma or GED minimum.  Previous nonprofit experience providing financial screening and experience maintaining medical files, both paper and electronic.  Able to work in a fast –pace environment and handle multiple deadlines and projects.   Must be computer literate, knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, and electronic medical records system.  Able to perform in a positive, flexible, adaptive manner and exercise independent judgment and initiative.  Knowledge of various office equipment (FAX, calculator, copier etc.).  Excellent organizational and communication skills.  Must be able to prioritize and complete multiple tasks; attention to duty a must.  Bilingual English/Spanish required.  Must have reliable transportation, valid California driver’s license, maintain current automobile insurance and must be eligible to drive for the Company

Help monitor clients’ compliance with treatment as prescribed by treatment team.  Establish coordination with local agencies in the provision of services.  Provide supportive services to include gathering medical and social histories, screen referrals and make appropriate client linkages with other agencies as necessary.  Assists primary therapist in carrying out, linkage, advocacy and services.   Provide case management services to clients and their families/caregivers that may include a variety of environments and community settings, including, schools, homes, community centers, etc., as appropriate.  Participate in agency supervisor/consultation sessions as appropriate.  Maintain agency records and prepares reports as required.

Qualifications: BA degree and one year relevant experience or equivalent experience.  Effective written and oral communication skills.  Experience, knowledge, skill and abilities with culturally diverse populations preferred.   Must be able to work as part of a team and independently.  Ability to exercise sound judgment in crisis situations.  Bilingual English/Spanish required.  Must have reliable transportation, valid CA driver’s license, auto insurance, and acceptable driving record.  * Due to COVID-19 pandemic, duties will be performed primarily via telecommuting.

Greet and direct clients, families, guests and incoming phone calls. Open and close clients’ charts; maintain accurate filing.  Review and update clients’ files and charts to ensure all information is current, accurate and in compliance. Obtain Payor Financial Information (PFI) and provide follow-up as necessary.  Input and update clients information on databases and electronic medical record system.  Invoice clients on services provided on a monthly basis. Follow up with clients to obtain additional information or resolve billing concerns as necessary.  Distribute and collect DMH Consumer Surveys.  Provide administrative and clerical support.  Request, order and maintain supplies as needed. Maintain regular, consistent, and timely attendance.  Ensure confidentiality as required by Alma, HIPAA, and other regulatory agencies. Other duties as assigned.  

Qualifications:  High School Diploma or GED.  Previous nonprofit experience providing financial screening and experience maintaining medical files, both paper and electronic.  Able to work in a fast –pace environment and handle multiple deadlines and projects.  Must be computer literate, knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, and electronic medical records system.  Able to perform in a positive, flexible, adaptive manner.  Able to exercise independent judgment and initiative.  Knowledge of various office equipment (FAX, calculator, copier etc.)  Possess excellent organizational and communication skills.  Must be able to prioritize and complete multiple tasks; attention to duty/detail a must.  Bilingual English/Spanish required.  Must have reliable transportation, valid California driver’s license, maintain current automobile insurance and must be eligible to drive for the Company

Greet and direct clients, families, guests and incoming phone calls.  Open and close clients’ charts; maintain accurate filing.  Review and update clients’ files and charts to ensure all information is current, accurate and in compliance.  Obtain Payor Financial Information (PFI) and provide follow-up as necessary.  Input and update clients information on IBHIS, PATS, and EXYM database.  Invoice clients on services provided on a monthly basis. Follow up with clients to obtain additional information or resolve billing concerns as necessary.  Distribute and collect DMH Consumer Surveys.  Provide administrative and clerical support.  Request, order and maintain supplies as needed. Maintain regular, consistent, and timely attendance.  Ensure confidentiality as required by Alma, HIPAA, and other regulatory agencies. Other duties as assigned.  

Qualifications:  High School Diploma or GED.  Previous nonprofit experience providing financial screening and experience maintaining medical files, both paper and electronic.  Able to work in a fast –pace environment and handle multiple deadlines and projects.  Must be computer literate, knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, and electronic medical records system.  Able to perform in a positive, flexible, adaptive manner.  Able to exercise independent judgment and initiative.  Knowledge of various office equipment (FAX, calculator, copier etc.)  Possess excellent organizational and communication skills.  Must be able to prioritize and complete multiple tasks; attention to duty a must.  Bilingual English/Spanish required.  Must have reliable transportation, valid California driver’s license, maintain current automobile insurance and must be eligible to drive for the Company

Responsible for assisting in the execution of planned program activities that meet the goals and objectives of Alma Family Services Socialization Training Program. The Program assistant shall ensure the safety of clients and assist clients in their attempts to participate in programmed activities.

Qualifications: Associate’s Degree or at least two years college equivalent in Child Development or a related field. Two years experience working with children in a licensed child care center, comparable group child care program, or accredited school. Knowledge in CCLD Title XXII law associated with the operation of child centers. Bilingual in Spanish and ability to read and write fluently. Current First Aid and Community CPR certification (8hrs) and Child Care: California approved Child Care Provider Course (7 Hrs); Total of 15 hrs.

Responsible for assisting aquatic staff with implementing a high quality recreational program for individuals with or without disabilities through a variety of structured aquatic classes. Ensuring the safety of facility participants by preventing and responding to emergencies. 

Qualifications: High School Diploma or the equivalent (GED). Two (2) years of professional experience in a public pool setting. Experience working with the developmentally disabled preferred but not required.  Bilingual in English/Spanish required. 

Certifications: American Red Cross Lifeguard Training, American Red Cross First Aid, American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer, American Red Cross Preventing Disease Transmission, American Red Cross Automated External Defibrillation (AED), American Red Cross Title 22, American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor, Arthritis Foundation YMCA Aquatic Program Instructor Certification (can be obtained during the first three months of employment).

Limited positions are now available.

Bachelor & master degree level internships are limited and are arranged through agreements with professional schools & universities.