Careers

Job Description:

General Purpose of the Job: Provide holistic, strengths-based, trauma-informed, integrated mental health and social services to students and families.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

(The examples of functions are not necessarily exhaustive. Management is not precluded from assigning other related functions not listed herein if such functions are a logical assignment for the position.)

• Provide and coordinate in-school mental health services to refugee students and/or their families who are victims of torture and/or severe trauma in trauma-informed settings

• Provide individual and small group therapy

• Collect signed informed consents from all parents or guardians of students who receive mental health services, and coordinate with school staff to obtain required documents, as needed

• Coordinate clinical case management services for students and their families as requested

• Coordinate with professional interpreters to provide services in the students’ and families’ preferred languages

• Assist with developing and administering a brief survey to assess student improvement in trauma recovery and in social/emotional health

• Prepare and submit required reports to evaluate project outcomes

• Conduct professional development trainings for district staff and educators

• Identify critical client care issues for clinical meetings and supervision

• Complete biopsychosocial assessments and create treatment plans

• Complete progress notes and document client services in ETO (electronic medical record) database ensuring that data is complete, accurate, and contract-compliant

• Review client charts to ensure compliance with established protocols

• Screen client referrals per eligibility criteria

• Participate in all-agency functions including development outreach and events, as needed

• Perform other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

• Strong commitment to the mission of Survivors of Torture, International

• Mental health licensure required: LCSW, LMFT, or LPCC; additional PPS credential preferred

• Possess excellent communication, problem solving and organizational skills

• Must have reliable car, valid California driver’s license and adequate auto insurance

• Experience and competence working with diverse populations including students, youth and families, and languages

• Fluency with one or more language other than English preferred

• Flexibility to co-locate; including travel between school sites and SURVIVORS’ primary office

• Ability to work independently and take initiative

• Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and databases

Additional Information:

Compensation: Competitive salary and benefits offered.

Application Procedures: To be considered for this position, please send a detailed cover letter, resume, salary requirements, and a copy of your professional license as a Word document or PDF file to confidential email: survivors@notorture.org. No phone calls please.

Contact:

Valerie Secaur, Office Manager
Fax: (619) 294-9405
survivors@notorture.org

 Clinical Case Manager Job Posting

 Reports to: Program Manager

Effective Date:  March 2019

Location: San Diego, CA     

FLSA Status: Exempt, Full-time

 General Purpose of the Job: With the clinical team, provide holistic, strengths-based, trauma-informed, integrated mental health and social services to individuals and families.

 Essential Duties and Responsibilities: (The examples of functions are not necessarily exhaustive. Management is not precluded from assigning other related functions not listed herein if such functions are a logical assignment for the position.)

  • Assist clients in applying for and obtaining social, and other follow-up, services
  • Identify critical client care issues for clinical meetings and supervision
  • Build, maintain and refer to network of community resources
  • Organize volunteer driving and Befriender programs
  • Coordinate note cards project for detained clients
  • Assist with Healing Clubs and other group activities
  • Write client-related grant proposals and reports
  • Conduct client assessments and create treatment plans
  • Document client services in Cerner and ETO (electronic medical record) database ensuring that data is complete, accurate, and contract-compliant
  • Regularly review client charts to ensure compliance with established protocols
  • Screen client referrals per eligibility criteria
  • Coordinate receiving donations for clients such as food, hygiene and clothing
  • Seek guidance from and report crises to program manager
  • Participate in all-agency functions including development outreach and events
  • May supervise university intern(s)
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Strong commitment to the mission of SURVIVORS of Torture, International
  • Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology or related field; Master’s degree strongly preferred
  • Possess excellent communication, problem solving and organizational skills
  • Must have reliable car, valid California Driver’s license and adequate auto insurance
  • Experience and competence working with diverse populations and languages; facility with one or more language other than English is a plus
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and databases

 

 Compensation: Competitive salary and benefits offered.

 Application Procedures:

To be considered for this position, please send a detailed cover letter, resume and salary requirements as a Word document or PDF file to confidential email: survivors@notorture.org. No phone calls please.

Office Manager Job Posting

Reports to: Executive Director                                                                   

Effective Date: March 2019

Location: San Diego, CA                                                                   

 FLSA Status: Non Exempt, Full-time       

 General Purpose of the Job: Provides administrative and clinical support.

 Essential Duties and Responsibilities: (The examples of functions are not necessarily exhaustive. Management is not precluded from assigning other related functions not listed herein if such functions are a logical assignment for the position.)

  • Ensure smooth daily running of the office: maintain common areas, equipment, supplies, office forms, mail pick up, security systems and coordinate shared office space
  • General receptionist duties: Answer main phone and general emails, mail correspondence, direct faxes, file, and greet visitors
  • Support board of directors: Attend bi-monthly meetings, assist in meeting preparation and taking minutes
  • Support clinical services: Update intake packets, set up and maintain files of information, coordinate new and existing contractor paperwork, track and alert staff about required client documentation due dates, review clinical invoice entries, prepare County Quarterly Status Reports, and review/report on Exclusions and Disbarments.
  • Enter data into multiple databases, including ETO, mHOMS, Raiser’s Edge, Cerner, BoardNetWork and Excel spreadsheets
  • Attend and take minutes of staff meetings and County quarterly meetings
  • Act as Custodian of Records for Livescan
  • Assist with onboarding of staff, volunteers and interns
  • Assist with special projects and other duties as needed by supervisor

 Minimum Qualifications & Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred or related combination of education/experience
  • Possess excellent problem solving, organizational, verbal and written communication skills.
  • Solid computer and data entry skills (may be tested for speed and accuracy), including thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office suite.
  • Comfortable working with limited English-speaking clients of diverse ethnic backgrounds.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member.
  • Strong commitment to the mission of Survivors of Torture, International.

 

 Compensation: Competitive salary and benefits are offered

Application Procedures: To be considered for this position, please send a detailed cover letter, resume and salary requirements as a Word document or PDF file to confidential email: survivors@notorture.org. No phone calls, please.