Employment

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Licensed Clinical Social Worker for Group Homes Program

We are seeking a Licensed Clinical Social Worker to work with clients to remove impairments that are barriers towards independent functioning with a focus on relapse prevention and monitoring clients’ overall mental health. The Licensed Clinical Social Worker will travel to all four Residential Care Facilities for the Chronically Ill (RCFCI) group homes to meet with the clients and work closely with the multidisciplinary team.

The primary responsibilities of the Licensed Clinical Social Worker will include, among other tasks:

  • Participation in the screening of clients to assess for appropriateness of placement
  • Participation in case conferences and creating a client services plan with the multidisciplinary team
  • Creating and monitoring relapse prevention plans for clients with a history of drug/alcohol use
  • Monitoring the overall mental health of each client
  • Referring, coordinating, and maintaining contact with outside substance abuse and mental health service providers
  • Meeting with each client as needed at a minimum of once per month
  • Implementing Title XXII requirements that refer the social service needs of the clients
  • Implementing Department of HIV and STD Program requirements that refer to the social service needs of the clients
  • Assisting/training the facility staff in meeting the mental health needs of the clients
  • Providing crisis intervention as needed
  • Collaborating with group homes’ Social Worker to coordinate client services

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Current CA Board of Behavioral Science License, LCSW
  • Current California driver’s license and auto insurance
  • Reliable transportation, ability to travel to and from Los Angeles and Long Beach
  • DOJ/FBI Live Scan background check clearance; additional private background check screening;
  • Health screening clearance, including T.B. clearance before hire and annually;
  • Bilingual English/Spanish
  • Strong clinical background with experience working with chemical dependency and dual diagnosis populations
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Working knowledge of HIV/AIDS
  • Ability to work independently and part of a team

This is a full-time, exempt position. Compensation will be competitive.

We offer a rich benefit package with medical, dental, vision, life, paid vacation, a flexible spending plan, and a 403(b) retirement plan.

To Apply: Please send 1) a resume and 2) a customized cover letter with subject line “Group Homes Licensed Clinical Social Worker” to Leigh Zweig at lzweig@alliancehh.org.

Posted on December 29, 2016


SUPPORTIVE SERVICE COORDINATOR

Alliance for Housing and Healing, a non-profit organization offering housing and supportive services to people living with HIV/AIDS is seeking a Supportive Service Coordinator to conduct home visits and provide supportive services to individuals living in scattered-site permanent supportive housing programs located throughout LA County. Services are provided off-site, most often in the client’s home, and include the assessment, intervention, and evaluation of the client’s needs, abilities, and progress. While each program targets different cohorts of individuals, the goals remain the same: to assist clients in maintaining housing by improving health outcomes, while also increasing life skills and financial stability. The Supportive Service Coordinator demonstrates sensitivity in working with disenfranchised populations while providing the resources and support necessary to assist the client in successfully accomplishing these goals. This is a mobile position and requires reliable transportation to provide services throughout Los Angeles County.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
• Conduct home visits and provide supportive services to a caseload of 15-30 individuals and families to ensure housing retention and improvement of health and well-being
• Conduct intake and thorough assessment of clients’ needs and goals
• Develop and monitor progress of the individual service plan with the client
• Facilitate access and adherence to HIV medical care and treatment, as well as other community resources as needed
• Collaborate with external service providers to enhance service coordination and advocate on client’s behalf as appropriate
• Link clients to resources that promote stability, including, but not limited to, benefits counseling and advocacy, mental health and substance abuse services, child care, employment assistance, community engagement opportunities, etc.
• Teach and model independent living skills, such as budgeting, being a good tenant/neighbor, and maintaining a clean apartment
• Tailor intervention strategies and adjust case plan to positively impact client progress
• Respond to crisis phone calls on nights and weekends as needed
• Collaborate with Housing Manager to successfully maintain units and avoid client evictions by addressing property management concerns and providing follow-up on necessary repairs and maintenance; report property concerns and facilitate communication among involved parties;
• Network with other service providers, including medical and mental health professionals to expand service knowledge and ensure clients are connected to the most appropriate services
• Document services and maintain case files in compliance with contract expectations
• Submit monthly reports to supervisor and other reports as requested
• Attend on-site and off-site meetings and trainings, at a minimum of quarterly, to improve skills and knowledge of best practices in HIV/AIDS treatment and permanent supportive housing
• Participate in program evaluation and implementation of new models and strategies
• Perform other duties as assigned
Qualifications:
• Minimum of 2 years of experience as a service coordinator or case manager with similar population; knowledge of community resources in Los Angeles County required
• Master’s degree in Social Work/related field preferred; Bachelor’s degree in Social Work/related field or relevant experience required
• Strong knowledge of the complexity of HIV/AIDS-related issues, homelessness, and co-morbidities, including mental illness, trauma, substance abuse, aging, and chronic health issues, as well as the internal and external factors that negatively impact low-income and multi-ethnic communities
• HMIS or other database management preferred
• Familiarity with scattered-site, permanent supportive housing model
• Excellent active listening and crisis intervention skills with ability to exercise and model good judgment
• Strong interpersonal, written and oral communication skills; proven ability to communicate with diverse audiences
• Ability to manage multiple tasks and priorities, including balancing direct service with documentation and data management
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook) and Internet
• Current and valid California driver’s license, car, and insurance, with good driving record
• Oral and written fluency in Spanish is a plus
• Criminal background check and annual TB screening required
• Current CPR/First Aid Certification
Classification Level: Full-time
Compensation: Commensurate with experience. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, and sick leave.
To Apply:
Please send a resume via email, including a cover letter and salary history, with subject line “Service Coordinator” to Cheryl Castillo at Ccastillo@alliancehh.org
Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Posted on December 28, 2016


Permanent Rental Assistance Specialist

Eagle Rock Office

We are seeking a Permanent Rental Assistance Specialist (aka TBRA/Section 8 Specialist) to process applications for our Central Coordinating Agency’s two permanent rental assistance issuance programs: the Tenant-Based Rental and Assistance (TBRA) program and the Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) program.

The position, technically called the TBRA/Section 8 Specialist, is funded by the United States Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD’s) Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA). The Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) program offers low-income persons, couples, and families living with AIDS access to affordable housing. Services are not tied to a specific unit, so households may move to a different unit without losing their assistance, subject to individual program rules. The TBRA/Section 8 Specialist within the Alliance for Housing and Healing Central Coordinating Agency will coordinate the Los Angeles Housing and Community Investment Department’s Tenant-Based Rental Assistance Program for all qualifying/ participating agencies to secure permanent affordable housing for their clients. The duties of the TBRA/Section 8 Specialist will include, among other tasks:

  • Working with community-based referral agency housing specialists to ensure applications for permanent rental assistance applications on behalf of client.
  • Working with community-based referral agencies’ housing specialists to gather supporting documentation, like income verification and diagnosis forms.
  • Reviewing the subsidized housing application packages for completeness and to ensure the client meets eligibility criteria before submission to the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles.
  • Developing and implementing effective and engaging training procedures for community-based referral agency personnel to ensure that community housing specialists develop the skills and abilities to submit the highest quality applications on behalf of their clients.
  • Act as the point of contact for the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles for all TBRA applications and other sponsored permanent supportive housing applications.
  • Coordinate the follow-up, tracking and monitoring of clients in collaboration with housing specialists from referring community based organizations.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a social work or related field or two years of experience in related work;
  • Experience working with persons living with HIV/AIDS, the chronically ill, persons living with mental illness, persons living with homelessness, and individuals experiencing substance abuse challenges;
  • Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred;
  • Ability to work independently and as a part of a team;
  • Ability to work within complex systems;
  • Ability to communicate complex ideas and systems in a very user-friendly way;
  • Possession of extensive knowledge of community resources;
  • Possession of knowledge of the services provided throughout the housing continuum;
  • Ability to work with individuals from diverse backgrounds;
  • Possession of excellent written and oral communication skills;
  • Ability to organize and prioritize multiple tasks;
  • Possession of excellent critical thinking skills;
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office;
  • Must have a car; valid CA driver’s license and proof of auto insurance;
  • TB screening required before first day of work and then annually.

Background check required upon hire.

This is a full-time, nonexempt position. Compensation will be commensurate with experience. We offer a rich benefit package with medical, dental, vision, life, paid vacation, a flexible spending plan, and a 403(b) retirement plan.

To Apply: Please send 1) a resume and 2) a customized cover letter with subject line “TBRA/Section 8 Specialist” to Leigh Zweig at lzweig@alliancehh.org.

posted on 12/21/16


 Intensive Case Manager

Program: Housing Support Services

Supervisor: Program Manager

Position summary: An Intensive Case Manager (ICM) is responsible for assisting clients who are homeless and who have a chronic illness or physical disability in every stage of the housing stabilization process. Services are provided most often in the client’s home, and include intensive coordination and evaluation of the client’s needs, abilities, and progress in gaining access and maintaining health, mental health, benefits and housing stability.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Confirm eligibility upon receipt of client referrals, assist clients with gathering other program eligibility documentation, and complete project intake forms.
  • Conduct an initial face-to-face DHS-approved comprehensive psychosocial assessment within two (2) business days of the client’s enrollment.
  • Develop and implement an individualized case management service plan with the client to address the needs identified in the initial DHS-approved psychosocial assessment.
  • Conduct DHS-approved comprehensive reassessments and update case management services plan on an ongoing basis, but not less than once every three (3) months.
  • Assist client with access to temporary crisis housing and placement (e.g., emergency shelters, transitional livings, motel vouchers, crisis beds, etc.) until permanent housing placement is secured.
  • Assist client in completing applications for Section-8, other low-income housing programs and accompany clients to all related appointments.
  • Provide housing location services, such as rental lists, cold call rental ads on behalf of the client, internet search, CHIRPLA website, and field housing search.
  • Assist clients with the timely completion, submission and coordination of lease agreements.
  • Coordinate move-in and provide tenant orientation, including but not limited to educating clients about neighborhood amenities, services and transportation.
  • Maintain regular ongoing face-to-face client contact, including home visits and accompaniment to medical appointments with clients, at a minimum of three (3) or more face-to-face visits per week at initial engagement.
  • Ensure clients are linked to and accessing health, mental health, and substance use services, and other supportive services, as needed and provide ongoing monitoring and follow-up.
  • Assists clients in learning to use fiscal resources through budget planning and instructions in spending, and obtaining income and/or establishing benefits and assisting with applications to entitlements including SSI, SSDI, GR, Unemployment, health insurance benefits, etc.
  • Assist clients with locating and securing employment and volunteer and/or educational opportunities.
  • Provide transportation, as needed, by means of bus fare/pass or private vendor. Assist clients with increasing their capacity to meet their own transportation needs.
  • Assist clients with accessing services to address their immediate needs (e.g., access to temporary housing, food, clothing and other basic necessities).
  • Assist clients with life skills and community participation
  • Assist clients with gaining, restoring, improving and/or maintaining daily independent living, social/leisure, and personal hygiene skills.
  • Assist clients with maintaining medication and treatment regimens, including accompanying clients to appointments with health, mental health and/or other care providers.
  • Assist clients with monitoring any legal issues and making appropriate referrals to overcome any barriers to accessing and maintaining permanent housing and supportive services (e.g., credit history, criminal records, and pending warrants).
  • Educate clients about tenant rights and responsibilities, including but not limited to effective communication between property owners, ICM, neighbors, and compliancy to lease agreements, house rules, paying rent, eviction prevention, etc.
  • Document within the clients’ records all eviction prevention interventions provided.
  • Work with property management staff and Housing for Health partners to help clients resolve issues that threaten their housing stability. Meet jointly with clients and property management staff to address issues and develop plans for improvement.
  • For clients who are transitioning out of intensive case management services, staff shall coordinate activities with other service providers to ensure that the client receives assistance with relocating to other affordable housing and linking to ongoing primary health care, behavioral health services, and other supportive services. These activities shall be conducted with the cooperation and/or authorization of the client to be noted within the case closure documentation.
  • Maintain a caseload ratio of one (1) full-time equivalent intensive case manager to 20-40 clients (based on acuity), unless other approved by The Los Angeles County Department of Health Services.
  • Maintain organized and accurate client records and statistical data, including appropriate case notes and input client information into database.
  • Participate in regular staff meetings, staff training programs, supervisory sessions, quarterly program meetings, and accept the responsibility for aiding the development of positive team relationships.
  • Adhere to agency policy, procedures and the professional code of ethics.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master of Social Work is an added asset, but is not required.
  • Minimum of one year of experience working with homeless individuals.
  • Strong knowledge of the complexity of HIV/AIDS-related issues, chronic homelessness, and co-morbidities, including mental illness, trauma, substance abuse, aging, and chronic health issues, as well as the internal and external factors that negatively impact low-income and multi-ethnic communities.
  • Spanish speaking ability required.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Well-organized and detail-oriented with the ability to handle multiple tasks while meeting deadlines.
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
  • Sensitivity to cultural and socioeconomic characteristics of population served.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook) and Internet
  • Must have a car; valid CA driver’s license, proof of auto insurance, a good driving record.
  • TB screening required annually.

Compensation:

-Full-time position, compensation TBD.

-After 30 days, Full-coverage medical and dental, 403B, paid vacation, sick leave, and paid holidays.

*** Background Check Required ***

To Apply:

Please send a resume and a customized cover letter with subject line “Intensive Case Manager” to Erin Donovan at edonovan@alliancehh.org. Incomplete applications will not be considered. (You must submit a resume and a cover letter.) Please do NOT submit your resume more than once.

Updated on 1/3/2017


Lead Supportive Service Coordinator

Supervisor: Director of Permanent Supportive Housing
Department: Permanent Supportive Housing Program
Alliance for Housing and Healing, a non-profit organization offering housing and supportive services to people living with HIV/AIDS is seeking a Lead Supportive Service Coordinator to supervise staff and conduct home visits and provide supportive services to individuals living in scattered-site permanent supportive housing apartments located in the City of Long Beach. Services will be provided off-site, most often in the client’s home, and include the assessment, intervention, and evaluation of the client’s needs, abilities, and progress. The project goals will include assisting chronically homeless clients who are highly vulnerable in maintaining housing by improving health outcomes, while also increasing life skills and financial stability. The Lead Supportive Service Coordinator will demonstrate critical thinking, independent decision-making, and problem-solving skills, the ability to manage multiple projects, and sensitivity in working with disenfranchised populations while providing the resources and support necessary to assist clients in successfully accomplishing their goals. This is a mobile position and requires reliable transportation to provide services throughout the Long Beach area and supporting cities located in Service Planning Area 8.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

• Provide supervision, guidance, and direction to Supportive Service Coordinator/s; participate in HR processes, including hiring and performance evaluations;
• Ability to make independent decisions that impact client cases, in addition to the project as a whole;
• Conduct home visits and provide supportive services to a caseload of 10-20 individuals and/or couples to ensure housing retention and improvement of health and well-being; caseload will be determined based on client’s vulnerability and acuity level;
• Conduct intake and thorough assessment of clients’ needs and goals;
• Develop and monitor progress of the individual service plan with the client and staff;
• Facilitate access and adherence to HIV medical care and treatment, as well as other community resources as needed;
• Collaborate with external service providers to enhance service coordination and advocate on client’s behalf as appropriate;
• Link clients to resources that promote stability, including, but not limited to, benefits counseling and advocacy, mental health and substance abuse services, child care, employment assistance, community engagement opportunities, etc.;
• Teach and model independent living skills, such as budgeting, communicating with property managers, and maintaining a clean apartment;
• Tailor intervention strategies and adjust case plan to positively impact client progress;
• Respond to crisis phone calls on nights and weekends as needed;
• Collaborate with Housing Manager to successfully maintain units and avoid client evictions by addressing property management concerns and providing follow-up on necessary repairs and maintenance; report property concerns and facilitate communication among involved parties;
• Participate in outreach efforts to identify clients, as well as expand service knowledge;
• Document services and maintain case files in compliance with contract expectations;
• Oversee contract compliance activities, including HMIS data monitoring and reporting, to ensure compliance with contract obligations;
• Submit monthly reports to supervisor and other reports as requested;
• Represent agency and program at meetings in Long Beach and South Bay area as a whole
• Attend on-site and off-site meetings and trainings to improve skills and knowledge of best practices in HIV/AIDS treatment and permanent supportive housing; prepare and execute trainings for Service Coordination team in collaboration with other Leads and Managers;
• Assist in program evaluation and implementation of new models and strategies;
• Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

• Minimum of 3 years of experience as a service coordinator or case manager with similar population; knowledge of community resources in Long Beach required
• Master’s degree in Social Work/related field preferred; Bachelor’s degree in Social Work/related field or relevant experience required
• Supervisory experience is preferred
• Strong knowledge of the complexity of HIV/AIDS-related issues, chronic homelessness, and co-morbidities, including mental illness, trauma, substance abuse, aging, and chronic health issues, as well as the internal and external factors that negatively impact low-income and multi-ethnic communities
• HMIS or other database management experience required
• Familiarity with housing first and scattered-site, permanent supportive housing models; experience practicing harm reduction and motivational interviewing techniques strongly preferred
• Excellent active listening and crisis intervention skills with ability to model and teach good judgment
• Strong interpersonal, written and oral communication skills; proven ability to communicate with diverse audiences
• Ability to manage multiple tasks and priorities, including balancing direct service with documentation and data management
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook) and Internet
• Current and valid California driver’s license, car, and insurance, with good driving record
• Oral and written fluency in Spanish is a plus
• Criminal background check and annual TB screening required
• Current CPR/First Aid Certification

Classification Level: Full-time, non-exempt.
Compensation: Commensurate with experience. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, and sick leave.

To Apply:

Please send a resume via email, including a cover letter and salary history, with subject line “Lead Service Coordinator” to Cheryl Castillo at Ccastillo@alliancehh.org

posted on 10/11/2016


Case Manager – West Hollywood

We are seeking Case Managers to assist clients with HIV/AIDS who are homeless or on the verge of homelessness and often experience other challenges, including struggles with chemical dependency and mental illness.

Our organization has a strong history of providing invaluable service to our community and we are embarking on an expansion of our services in Long Beach.

The candidates we are recruiting for our team will be responsible for developing case plans with clients connected with a Housing Specialist and for providing necessary services outside of housing related needs.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Conduct comprehensive psycho-social intake and assessments with those who meet high acuity levels.
  • Develop and implementation of individual service plan(s), periodic reassessment of status and needs.
  • Assist in the coordination of services between providers and individuals and their family members.
  • Monitoring changes in client’s condition or circumstances, updating/revising the individual service plan and providing appropriate interventions and linked referrals.
  • Accepts referrals from Housing Specialist in regional service area.
  • Conduct ongoing monitoring and follow-up with clients, and providers to confirm completion of referrals, service acquisition, maintenance and adherence to service(s).
  • Review with client possible plan of action in the event of ineligibility for services.
  • Establishing positive working relationships with providers and other community-based organizations.
  • Maintain ongoing follow-up with clients, Housing Specialists, and other community providers at a minimum of one face-to-face or phone contact attempt every month (with one face to face contact attempt every three months).
  • Act as an ongoing liaison between clients, property owners and other case managers, as needed.
  • Participate in regular staff meetings, staff training programs, supervisory sessions, and accept the responsibility for aiding the development of positive team relationships.
  • Maintain organized and accurate client records and statistical data, including appropriate case notes and input client information into database.
  • Attend and participate in professional group meetings; stay abreast of new trends and innovations in the field.
  • Operate office machines, such as photocopiers, scanner, facsimile, voice mail and personal computers.
  • Adhere to agency policy, procedures and the professional code of ethics.
  • Provides reports and analysis of intake process on a monthly basis to the regional director.
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in Social Work or related master’s degree or a minimum of 5 years of experience in direct service with People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) or homeless populations will be required.
  • Must have a car; valid CA driver’s license and proof of auto insurance.
  • Spanish speaking ability is an added asset, but is not required.
  • Effective communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Well-organized and detail-oriented with the ability to handle multiple task while meeting deadlines.
  • Sensitivity to cultural and socioeconomic characteristics of population served.
  • Ability to work independently, collaboratively with service providers or professionals as part of a team.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Suite (Word, Outlook, Excel) and ability to learn how to use a database effectively;
  • TB screening required upon hire and on an annual basis;
  • Background check required upon hire

This is a full-time, nonexempt position.

Compensation will be commensurate with experience.

We offer a rich benefit package with medical, dental, vision, life, paid vacation, a flexible spending plan, and a 403(b) retirement plan.

To Apply: Please send 1) a resume and 2) a customized cover letter including salary requirements with subject line “Case Manager”to Caroline McKiernan at cmckiernan@alliancehh.org . Responses that do not follow these application directions will not be considered.

Updated on 2/7/17


Housing Specialists – Long Beach

The candidates we are recruiting for our team will assist clients with housing searches and placement, and will work with other community based organizations to work collaboratively to meet the clients’ needs. Our organization has a strong history of providing invaluable service to our community and we are embarking on an expansion of our services in Long Beach.
The candidate we seek will be able to fulfill the following responsibilities in an exceptional manner:
• Conduct client intakes and assessments and formulate housing plans to assess barriers and determine housing and service needs;
• Assist clients in locating and securing housing, such as, but not limited to rental lists, cold call rental ads on behalf of the client, internet search, and in-field housing searches;
• Identify clients for appropriate housing, such as crisis beds, Section 8, or transitional housing;
• Assist clients in completing applications for Section 8 Tenant-Based Rental Assistance, low-income housing applications, and other housing programs throughout Los Angeles County;
• Provide information/referral for services that meet the needs of the client;
• Provide monthly follow-up for a minimum of one year, or as required by our governmental contract;
• Conduct home visits to provide on-site supportive services to ensure housing retention;
• Assist clients in completing Short-Term Financial Assistance programs;
• Serve as a liaison between landlords and clients to develop a workable plan to maintain housing;
• Apply knowledge and educate clients about neighborhood amenities, services and transportation;
• Assist clients in obtaining information regarding credit status and rental history;
• Apply knowledge and educate clients about tenant rights and responsibilities;
• Provide basic life skills that will increase the sustainability for housing retention;
• Create and maintain consistent communication channels, both verbal and written, between several parties (i.e. tenant, landlord, referral source, collaborating agencies, debtors and creditors);
• Collaborate with housing providers and other community-based organizations;
• Maintain organized working files, case notes and all corresponding paperwork of client participation and progress toward goals and objectives;
• Maintain statistical client data, including entering client data into organizational database and governmental HMIS database;
• Attend and participate in mandatory meetings, in accordance to governmental funding requirements and attend monthly collaborative meeting(s) with other agencies [including Coordinated Entry System (CES) meetings, community based consortium meetings, taskforce meetings, etc.)
• Assume other responsibilities as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS SOUGHT FOR THIS POSITION INCLUDE:
• A bachelor’s degree in social work or related field and one year prior experience in a social work setting;
• A car, valid California driver’s license, proof of valid auto insurance and a good driving record;
• Ability to speak Spanish an asset, but not a requirement;
• Effective communication skills, both verbal and written;
• Well-organized and detail-oriented with the ability to handle multiple tasks while meeting deadlines;
• Sensitivity to cultural and socioeconomic characteristics of population served;
• Ability to work independently and collaboratively with service providers or professionals as part of a team;
• Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Outlook, Excel) and ability to learn how to use database effectively;
• TB clearance required upon hire and updated screening required on an annual basis
• Background check required upon hire

This is a full-time, nonexempt position.

Compensation will be commensurate with experience.

We offer a rich benefit package with medical, dental, vision, life, paid vacation, a flexible spending plan, and a 403(b) retirement plan.

To Apply:

Please send 1) a resume and 2) a customized cover letter including salary requirements with subject line “Housing Specialist” to Caroline McKiernan at cmckiernan@alliancehh.org. Responses that do not follow these application directions will not be considered.

Posted on 6/9/2016


Seeking On-Call and Part-Time Certified Nurse’s Assistants (CNA)

At Alliance for Housing and Healing, we believe Housing IS Healthcare. Our programs provide housing and support services to people living in poverty with HIV/AIDS or other health conditions.  We are seeking energetic CNAs to assist residents living in our 4 group homes in Los Angeles and Long Beach. CNAs work to create a happy, healthy environment for our previously homeless residents to manage their health and get back on their feet.

Job Responsibilities

  • Oversee 10-12 group home residents during an assigned shift
  • Present and observe that residents receive prescribed medications. Count and document the supply of controlled medications at shift changes
  • Ensure a tidy home by completing chores including vacuuming, cleaning, and laundry
  • Prepare healthy meals
  • Make arrangements for residents to receive necessary healthcare and other services as needed and prescribed per medical provider
  • Collaborate with the rest of the group homes team to assure the best care is provided to our residents

Qualifications

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Completion of CA Nursing Program
  • One year experience in a residential care facility
  • Ability to work and communicate well with others. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred

Required Occupational Certificates/Licenses

  • CPR Certification
  • First Aid Certification
  • CNA Certification
  • California Department of Justice Fingerprint Clearance
  • TB Clearance

Shifts

We are looking to fill all shifts with either part-time or on-call candidates. Candidates may choose to either work at the 2 homes in Los Angeles, the 2 homes in Long Beach, or any of the 4 homes. The shift schedules are:

  • 7am to 3pm
  • 3pm to 11pm
  • 11pm to 7am

Salary

Commensurate with qualifications and experience

To apply, please submit a resume and letter of interest to Vicki Freda, Director of Group Homes, at vfreda@alliancehh.org. Please include your desired work locations and shift preferences.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, marital status or medical condition.