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The Daly City Youth Health Center (DCYHC) is a collaborative program of the Jefferson Union High School District (JUHSD) and the San MateoMedicalCenter. DCYHC provides free comprehensive, integrated, school-linked health and education services to adolescents and young adults 13-21 to enable them to become healthy, responsible and productive adults. Services include primary medical care, mental health counseling, health education, and vocational counseling. The mission statement of the HealthCenter is: The DCYHC invests in our community through its youth and young adults by providing comprehensive, integrated services and programs that increase resiliency, encourage responsibility, and promote self determination.
Performs assessments, counseling, outreach and case management under the direction of the Mental Health Clinical Supervisor/Manager of the Daly City Youth Health Center. Provide counseling for clients coming in for pregnancy testing.
Conduct short-term and long-term individual, family, couples, and group counseling sessions.
Screen and assess referrals from parents, teachers, DCYHC staff, County Mental Health Managed Care, ACCESS team, Probation Department and other agencies.
Counsel clients before and after pregnancy testing. Refer clients planning to continue their pregnancy to prenatal care and case management; refer clients planning on terminating their pregnancy to local abortion providers. Provide adoption information as appropriate. Follow-up with all clients.
Provide one-on-one birth control and options counseling.
Maintain accurate, timely and confidential records on clients in accordance with local, state and federal legal and professional requirements.
Complete necessary documentation for Medi-Cal billing, evaluation, and case management purposes.
Communicate and consult with appropriate DCYHC clinical staff, staff at schools, county agencies, and other community agencies, and parents or family members.
Participate in community meetings (such as North County Outreach Collaboration and Filipino Mental Health Initiative) as DCYHC representative to promote programs and community collaboration.
Conduct presentations at schools and community-based organizations as needed.
Assist Mental Health Supervisor as needed (such as assist in training and supporting interns).
Experience with high risk youth and their families.
Experience with youth with a history of trauma, abuse, substance abuse, mental health disorders.
Tagalog speaking required.
Licensed MFT and LCSW preferred, MFTI and ASW considered.
Able to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
Able to initiate projects and work independently under general direction.
Ability to work with people in a variety of work settings, including office and schools.
Organized, reliable, and able to multi-task.
Understanding of and sensitivity to major issues facing teens.
MS Office experience.
Must have reliable transportation to commute to/from high schools and community meetings.
Salary: This is a grant-funded, benefited, Range B, Jefferson Union High School District position. $20.65 - $22.56/hr depending on experience and education, plus additional bilingual stipend (0.63/hr) and license stipend ($0.59). 32 hours/week M-F, occasional evenings and weekends. Length of employment/hours available is dependent on secured grant funding (currently funded through June 30, 2015).
Send resume and cover letter to: Marianne LaRuffa at MLaRuffa@dalycityyouth.org
or fax to (650) 985-7019.
Closing date: April 25, 2014
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Candidates should be flexible and enthusiastic and should possess an entrepreneurial spirit and a desire to support JSI's mission of promoting and improving health for all, with a focus on vulnerable populations. The ideal candidate will be an individual who embraces opportunities for personal and organizational growth, enjoys working independently and with quick turnaround times, demonstrates a high level of professionalism and interpersonal skills, accepts and thrives in roles of responsibility, is comfortable in a small and growing office environment, and can excel while contributing to multiple projects simultaneously.
The Senior Consultant/Evaluator will work in JSI's San Francisco office. Limited travel within California and the U.S. will be required.
Major Responsibilities Include:
Lead and contribute to design of evaluation and other research projects, including identification and development of evaluation questions, methods, and data collection instruments/protocols
Prepare Institutional Review Board protocols, submit application and modifications, and ensure protection of human subjects
Lead and conduct qualitative and quantitative research activities, such as surveys, observations, interviews, and focus groups
Perform quantitative and qualitative data analysis
Lead development of project deliverables including report writing and editing, and development of in-person and web-based presentations of findings
Manage projects with tight and evolving timelines including: management of project activities and budget, compliance with funder requirements, management of team dynamics and performance, and development and production of deliverables
Actively contribute to business development through proposal writing (including conceptualization and writing of technical pieces and budgets), development of relationships with potential clients, and generation of new project opportunities
Establish, maintain, and build client relationships
Work collaboratively and communicate frequently with project team members, staff in the JSI San Francisco office, and other staff across the country
Facilitate meetings with clients and project stakeholders
Perform other tasks as needed
Doctoral degree in public health or related field, or equivalent experience
5-10 years of experience in the design and application of evaluation methodologies for public health programs, conducting research in clinic or community-based organization settings, and translating research to practice
Excellent written and oral communication skills for a variety of audiences
Ability to design and conduct primary and secondary research, perform qualitative and quantitative analysis, and synthesize findings in user-friendly formats
Willingness to take on and learn new technical areas and responsibilities, as appropriate
Experience in community and organizational partnership development
Understanding of government, public health, and non-profit health organizations and the environments in which they work, in California and nationally
Familiarity with public health landscape in California and Bay Area, including funders, key players and initiatives, and stakeholder groups
Demonstrated analytical and critical thinking skills
Strong meeting and process facilitation skills
An entrepreneurial approach to potential opportunities and challenges
Experience working with individuals from diverse backgrounds and cultures
Strong business development skills including identification of opportunities and proposal writing
Demonstrated organizational skills in a fast-paced environment and flexibility to adapt to changing priorities and deadlines
Ability to establish and maintain strong working relationships with team members, clients, and other key stakeholders
Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, Power Point, and Google products (Drive, Calendar, Documents, etc.); familiarity with statistical applications such as SAS and SPSS
Fluency in written and oral English. Additional language skills (e.g., Spanish, Cantonese, Vietnamese) a plus
Ability to travel in California and nationally as required
JSI is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer committed to workplace diversity. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all qualified applicants and employees without regard to age, race, color, national origin, ancestry, creed, religion, gender, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, sexual preference, genetic information, political affiliation, or military status (special disabled veterans or veteran status) in any employment decisions. M/F/V/D
If you are an individual with a disability, or a disabled veteran and unable to apply online for an available position, you may submit your request for reasonable accommodation by calling Human Resources at 617-482-9485.
Please apply through the listing on our website: http://jsi.com/JSIInternet/Work/jobdescription.cfm?id=69428&intern=0. No phone calls please.
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Status: 50% FTE (20 hrs/wk); Non-Exempt hourly position, 38 weeks (mid-August through June)
Salary Range: $17-$18/hr, depending on experience, includes pro-rated medical and dental benefits and childcare discount at the Novato Youth Center. Grant funded position; offer requires final approval by funder.
Reports to: Clinical Director
Department: Youth and Family Counseling
Purpose: This is a paid Counseling Internship to serve as a School Safety Advocate (SSA) at a Novato Unified School District middle or high school. The intern will work with youth who have been referred by school personnel for crisis intervention and support services. The SSA collaborates with school staff, family members, and community providers to connect students with resources essential to ensure academic success. S/he coordinates activities that enhance school safety and create a more positive school climate; provides risk assessments, crisis intervention and case management services; tracks services and student outcomes; and performs related work as required.
This position is ideal for a candidate with a graduate degree in Counseling Psychology or Social Work working toward licensure as an MFT or LCSW.
This position is part-time (20 hours/wk) and will work on the NUSD school-year calendar (mid-August through mid-June). This is a partially grant funded position for 38 weeks. The primary purpose of this position is to provide school-based mental health counseling at a Novato Unified School District school; perform psychosocial risk assessment; provide individual and group therapy; track services and client outcomes; and perform related work as required.
Physical Requirements: Job involves repetitive motion, i.e. computer work. Employee must be able to lift and move items of up to 25 lbs., walk up and down stairs, stand for long periods of time, bend, and sit. The qualified candidate must also have a drivers' license, able to drive to meetings; pass live scan background check, TB clearance test, and pre-employment health physical.
1) Available for crisis intervention, risk assessment;
2) Provides individual and family therapy, as appropriate;
3) consults with principal, NYC Counseling Interns, school teacher, school psychologist, and others to provide continuity of services between mental health and educational resources and objectives.
1) Assesses needs, locates and arranges for appropriate referrals of clients as needed;
2) participates in Student Study Team (SST) meetings, establishing Individual Education Plans (IEP), as well as other school meetings as appropriate;
3) encourages and supports family participation in school meetings as appropriate; 4) collaborates and maintains collateral contacts with school and community resources, including school resource officers, county, court, and probation officers, in addition to parents and significant others.
Training and Consultation:
1) Provides consultation to parents and teachers;
2) promotes team-building and problem-solving;
3) Other meetings as assigned.
1) Tracks student data and outcomes;
2) monitors effectiveness of interventions;
3) ensures that all paperwork and charting requirements are completed and submitted in a timely manner, as described within the NYC Youth and Family Counseling Program Manual;
4) supports integrity of service contract by monitoring eligibility requirements, as necessary;
5) performs other duties as assigned.
These duties are to be performed in a manner that is consistent with the legal and ethical standards set by the professional field and the Novato Youth Center's mission. The SSA will demonstrate clinical skills and knowledge with the expectation that the incumbent will attend all department staff meetings, relevant school meetings, and participate in assigned supervision activities.
Minimum Qualifications: •
Possession of a Master's degree from an accredited college or university in social work, psychology, or in a closely related field. Licensed MFT/LSCW or license-eligible, registered with the BBS.
• Bilingual, bicultural in Spanish/English.
• Has knowledge and awareness of best practices in school-based counseling or school social work.
• Demonstrates strong assessment skills with reference to the DSM IV-R and well-developed interviewing skills.
• Ability to work independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team and effectively with other professionals.
• Has knowledge of and ability to work in a community and agency structure.
• Demonstrates ability to carry out community assignments including those connected to the school sites.
• Knowledge and familiarity with multi-cultural populations, especially Latino and African-American communities.
• Has the equivalent of two years counseling experience with youth (5-15 years of age) and families, preferably in a school setting.
• The equivalent of two years full-time case management experience with youth (5-15 years of age) and families, preferably in a school setting.
To apply for this position: Please submit your resume and a cover letter by mail or e-mail to:
Novato Youth Center
Attn: Human Resources
680 Wilson Avenue, Novato, CA 94947
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Great opportunity for a Primary Care Physician to join a thriving, outpatient, multidisciplinary medical group in Daly City. This position has Monday-Friday office hours, and no weekends. The work days are flexible, with either the opportunity for full-time or part-time employment. The position offers a competitive compensation and benefits package, as well as bonus incentives.
- Current California licensure
- Current DEA licensure
- Current professional liability insurance (no lapses in coverage)
- Musculoskeletal experience is a plus
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MED TECH / CAREGIVER
Part time & Per Diem opportunities!
• Providing medication reminders and/or assistance according to state law
• Monitoring a resident's change in needs
• Providing verbal encouragement and support to residents
• Managing a high-volume medication room
• Performing the activities and services outlined by the resident's Service Plan
• Assisting with service and clean-up of meals and snacks
• Competitive pay & benefits
• Excellent on-boarding and on-going training
• Accrued paid time off
• Free meal
Email your resume to Adelina.Chin@atriaseniorliving.com
You may also visit the community to submit an application:
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501 King Drive
Daly City, CA 94015
**Atria Senior Living is an equal opportunity employer and drug free workplace**
Key words: Resident Services Coordinator Nurse Assistant Med Assistant Certified Nursing Assistant Certified Nurse Assistant CNA C.N.A. nurse assistant HHA H.H.A. home health aide Caregiver RSA Resident Services Assistant personal care assistant Med Tech Medication Tech Medication Technician
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FIRST 5 ALAMEDA COUNTY
First 5 Alameda County (F5AC)'s vision is that every child in Alameda County will have optimal health, development and well-being to reach his or her greatest potential. Our primary goals are to ensure that children are ready for kindergarten-third grade success and are free from abuse and neglect. Please see our website: www.first5alameda.org for our Strategic Plan and reports on the impact of our work, along with the full job description for this position.
THE HELP ME GROW PROGRAM AND THE POSITION
Based on a national model, Help Me Grow (HMG) Alameda County is a countywide system to promote the development, learning and social-emotional health of children ages birth to 5. We partner with families and providers to meet children's developmental needs so they can get the best start in life, and work to prevent and/or mitigate delays and disabilities.
We are recruiting for a HMG Prevention Manager (a full-time, non-exempt position) to develop plans for and oversee the day to day operations of HMG's early identification systems and screening and surveillance strategies. Current program oversight responsibilities include:
Early Identification Strategies, working with our partners to implement and promote screening, surveillance and linkage of children with developmental and behavioral concerns
Developmental Screening Program, which provides screening tools directly to families
HMG Volunteer Program, which supports program and administrative components of HMG
Bachelor degree in social work, public health, social services, or related field; Master's degree may be substituted for one year of the required experience
PlusMinimum three years relevant experience serving at-risk families with young children including some direct service experience and the responsibility for program management, planning and/or evaluation; prefer some experience supervising volunteers or interns. Ideal candidates will be knowledgeable about:
Principles and practices of child development and early childhood mental health
Early childhood systems and services, including early identification and/or screening
Contract negotiation, development and management practices
$60,000 annually ($28.85/hour) plus excellent benefits
Please send a cover letter and your resume to email@example.com or mail to:
Shandra Sheard, First 5 Alameda County, 1115 Atlantic Avenue, Alameda, CA 94501. The position is open until filled; applications received by April 11 will be given priority consideration.
First 5 Alameda County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Senior Systems Analyst, Clinical Ancillary
Healthcare / Health Services - Other
Information Technology - Other IT
United States - Connecticut - Hartford
The Compensation $80k to $100k
Benefits - Full
Relocation Assistance Available - Possible for the ideal candidate
Commission Compensation - No
Bonus Eligible - No
Overtime Eligible - No
Interview Travel Reimbursed - No
Position reports to the Manager, Clinical Ancillary.
1) Ideal candidate has minimum 6 plus years experience with clinical ancillary system solutions and have selected and implemented multiple clinical ancillary systems in the role of project manager.
2) Candidate should have experience as an analyst for clinical ancillary system solutions.
3) Candidate must have experience that includes both system and hands-on operational experience in a surgical, clinical or clinical ancillary department.
4) Candidate must have strong analytical and problem solving skills
5) Candidate must have experience in working directly with the clinical ancillary department resources at all levels.
6) Candidate must have excellent communication skills, written and verbal communications.
7) Bachelor’s degree preferred; equivalent work experience accepted
1) Serves as the project manager for the system implementation and support of a Clinical ancillary system solution using system development lifecycle methodology.
2) Develops and implements the operational design sessions for the current and future state analysis and documentation.
3) Directs the vendor, clinical end user, IS clinical analysts and IS technical resources thru the implementation project tasks
4) Performs project tasks for the implementation of the system.
5) Develops and maintains all project documentation being: project work plan, issue log, current and future state design documents, test scripts and testing results
6) Maintains on-going system support of the clinical system that includes upgrades and implementing additional functionality of the system.
7) As a team member of the clinical ancillary team, provide production on call support for all clinical ancillary systems.
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40 Hours per Week
Visa Candidates Considered - No
5+ to 7 years of experience
Management Experience Required - No
Minimum Education - Bachelor's Degree
Willingness to Travel - Occasionally
Skills and Certifications (bold if required)
Will accept experience in lieu of Bachelors degree
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OnPoint is the premier clinical research professional services firm dedicated to high quality, outstanding service.
A preferred provider for top clients including Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Clinical Research Organizations, Medical Device and related industries, offering both consulting and direct placement services nationwide.
Clinical Research and Development
Clinical Data Management
Quality Assurance and Manufacturing
We are currently looking to hire Permanent Regional CRAs
The responsibility of a Clinical Research Associate (CRA) is to perform the clinical monitoring aspect of designated projects in accordance with applicable SOP and regulations. Responsibilities include performing clinical on:site monitoring activities (drive patient recruitment, source data verification, drug accountability, data collection), collecting regulatory documentation (when required), performing qualification, initiation, monitoring and termination of investigational sites in accordance with ICH GCP guidelines.
Desired Skills and Experience
Strong computer and internet skills including knowledge of MS Office products such as Excel, Word
Strong regulatory knowledge including GCP
Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
Sound problem solving skills
Looks for win:win solutions to solve problems
Gives others appropriate latitude to make decisions
Carefully weighs the priority of project tasks and directs team accordingly
Understands the strengths and development areas of team members
Enlists the support of team members in meetings goals
Ability to successfully work in a team environment
Ability to lead a virtual, global team as required
Sound presentation skills
Ability to make appropriate decisions in ambiguous situations
Ability to solve problems by using a logical, systematic, sequential approach
Client focused approach to work with the ability to interact professionally within a client organization
Ability to prioritize multiple tasks and achieve project timelines
Effective time management in order to meet daily metrics or team objectives
Shows commitment to and performs consistently high quality work
Able to take initiative and work independently
Sense of urgency in completing assigned tasks
Able to travel up to 60 on average
~~Principal/ Lead Statistical (SAS®) Programmer – oncology – CDISC - Full time position. Our San Francisco Peninsula Client has asked us to locate, qualify and present a Principal/ Lead Statistical Programmer. The Principal/ Lead Statistical Programmer Analyst applies advanced programming techniques and leads the planning, design, development, verification, implementation and maintenance of software used for monitoring, analyzing and reporting of clinical trials data. CDISC experience (i.e. SDTM & ADaM) required. Oncology experience is highly desirable. Qualified applicants must have minimum of 8 years of SAS programming in a pharmaceutical/biotech/CRO environment, have an excellent understanding of clinical trial practices, procedures and methodologies. A Bachelor's degree in statistics, computer science or a related field is required. An MA or MS in Statistics, Biostatistics is preferred.
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SAS Programmer / Clinical / WORK FROM HOME / 8+ yrs. experience
The Gerard Group has been asked to locate, qualify and present a SAS Programmer for a full time TELECOMMUTE opportunity.
Key Accountabilities/Core Job Responsibilities:
The ideal candidate will provide statistical programming support and validation of analysis datasets, create statistical tables,
graphs and listings for clinical trial data. CDISC experience (i.e. SDTM & ADaM) required.
Qualified applicants must have minimum of 8 years of SAS programming in a pharmaceutical/biotech/CRO environment. A Bachelor's degree in statistics, computer science or a related field is required.
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- Responsible for supporting the CMC regulatory strategy and coordinating the process for compiling CMC section of regulatory submissions.
- Reviews CMC documentation to ensures they meet regulatory requirements.
- Coordinates CMC regulatory workflow between departments as well as CROs
- Coordinates and compiles CMC document packages and investigational drug shipment related activities for drug manufacturing according to regulations/guidelines and company SOPs
- Assembles, coordinates and compiles technical documents needed to complete CMC section of regulatory submissions.
- Acquires and maintains current knowledge of applicable regulatory requirements and scientific/technical issues in the area of small molecule pharmaceuticals.
- Assists in the coordination of drafting of responses to regulatory questions in a timely manner.
- Assists in the review of change controls and provides regulatory impact assessment as needed.
- Escalates issues that affect registration, and regulatory compliance to CMC Regulatory Affairs Management
EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:
- Ability to manage multiple and varied tasks in a fast-moving environment, good record-keeping skills
- Proficient with computer (MS Office) and internet skills.
- Strong interpersonal skills and a proven ability to contribute to a team environment involving balancing the demands stemming from a variety of multifaceted activities, demanding regulatory requirements, commitment to highest quality and the requirements of pharmaceutical partnering are absolutely necessary.
- Proven ability to communicate with executive management, cross-functional team members and operational staff.
- Flexible attitude with respect to work assignments, and new learning.
- 1 to 6 years relevant regulatory CMC experience
- BS in Chemistry; Advanced degree preferred. (MS, PhD or PharmD or equivalent)
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Large Medical Center looking for a Maine Operating Room Staff Nurse.
The Operating Room Staff Nurse will work in Inpatient Surgical Services.
The hospital provides a broad range of services, including Intensive Care/Coronary
Care, Pulmonary Medicine, Oncology, Da Vinci Technology Surgery, CT Scan, MRI, Maternity,
Reproductive Services, Surgery, Diagnostic Imaging, Rehabilitation and a 24-Hour Emergency Department that is a designated Level III Trauma Center.
RN Operating Room Job Summary:
OR patient assessment, high technological interventions, patient education, planning and coordinating all aspects of patient care.
Education and Licensing:
Current licensure as RN. Specific clinical experience may be required for operating room position. Current BLS. CNOR preferred.
Two to three years multi-specialty OR experience is required.
This position offers a generous sign on bonus!!
Bottom line requirements we need notes on with candidate submittal:
1. Registered Nurse.
2. Current BLS. CNOR preferred.
3. 2+ years of multi-specialty operating room experience.
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The Veteran Affairs Hospital in San Francisco is looking for a full-time EKG Tech. The manager really wants someone with experience doing EKG in Nuclear and/or Cardiac.
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