Associate Director of Policy & Resource Development

Are you an institution builder who loves a challenge? Do you want to work on the frontlines of social change and be part of a new narrative for Stockton and a model for the nation? Do you love developing people and new systems?  And are you ready to lead our organization into the future? If so— this is the right position for you. Fathers & Families of San Joaquin (FFSJ) is excited to share that we are officially hiring an Associate Director of Policy and Resource Development to join our dynamic Administration team – the engine of our agency. We are conducting a statewide and regional search for someone who has the commitment and desire to build in Stockton and heal our most vulnerable communities. This is a perfect role for someone with exemplary organizational and communication skills, strategic partnership and systems development, coalition building, fundraising, and policy coordination. Ideal candidates should demonstrate non-profit experience in grant writing, strategic planning, program oversight, and working in an administrative setting. The formal job description is attached HERE. Please disseminate this job announcement to any organizations, networks or individuals who may be interested in applying. We are accepting applications until Friday, February 10 2020. Please include your resume, cover letter, writing samples, and references with contact information in the email to myself at hdivino@ffsj.org and our Executive Director Sammy Nunez at snunez@ffsj.org.

Case Manager-Resource Specialist

Duties & Responsibilities including but not limited to:

Establishes initial contact with new referrals. Conducts initial intake assessments and develops case management plans. Ensures that the basic needs of clients are met, and connects them to appropriate community resources. Assess client criminogenic and developmental needs and make appropriate referrals to Project MEND classes and activities. Makes regular contact with clients on the Project MEND AB109 case load. Ensures that
the basic needs of clients are being met, and clients are connected to appropriate community services. Follows-up on client activity and progress in Project MEND classes and activities. Maintains accurate case files and client records in compliance with the standards of client confidentiality. Ensures that case files contain proper documentation of services and purchases made with AB109 funding. Provide clear and concise written documentation of client interactions and activity. Provide weekly reports of participant activity to the Program Coordinator. Makes recommendations for services and goods on behalf of the client. Ensures that recommendations for services and goods are in alignment with case management plans and are for the purposes of removing barriers to successful transition into society. Utilizes a comprehensive database of community resources. Establishes a working relationship with various service providers and vendors to meet the reentry needs of the
AB109 population. Initiates relationships between clients and AB109 mentors. Assists with planning and coordinating pro-social activities required to develop positive relationships in the lives of AB109 reentry client Facilitates educational and job training classes including Fatherhood Development, Straight-A Guide job training, and Peer Group Healing Circles. Learns, modifies (if necessary) and implements evidenced based curriculum that fit the developmental needs of the reentry population. For more information click HERE to get a full description of the position.

Mental Health Clinician

The Stockton Trauma Recovery Center (STRC) is designed to increase access of trauma informed mental health treatment, comprehensive clinical case management and culturally relevant services for victims of violent crimes who are vulnerable and have traditionally not been adequately served. The STRC will develop a comprehensive framework and cross-system collaboration between residents, system leaders, health care providers and city level that will create a strong referral system, will reduce community violence and promote the holistic, culturally-relevant treatment of trauma caused by crime. For more information click HERE to get a full description of the position.