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Senior Staff Analyst - Director Community Reentry Centers

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Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Jun 24, 2022

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u003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eu003cspan style=u0022color: #000000;u0022u003eSalary : $8,752.82 - $10,821 per monthu003c/spanu003eu003c/strongu003eu003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eu003cspan style=u0022color: #000000;u0022u003eIf hired for this position, you will be required to provide proof that you are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 prior to your start date, or have a valid religious or medical reason qualifying you for an exemption (that may or may not require accommodation)u003cspanu003eu0026nbsp;u003c/spanu003eu003cspanu003eu0026nbsp;u003c/spanu003eu003c/spanu003eu003c/strongu003eu003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eSUMMARYu003c/strongu003eu003c/pu003enu003cpu003eThe Community Reentry Centers (CRCs) are designed to provide an array of comprehensive supportive services to address the barriers to reentry for justice-involved individuals, their families, and the community. Such services include but are not limited to housing, employment, legal aid, educational support, mental health assessment and linkage, substance use counseling, and health and healing through the arts. The first Community Reentry Center, called DOORS (Developing Opportunities and Offering Reentry Solutions), opened in Supervisorial District 2 at the Reentry Opportunity Center (ROC) in July 2019 and currently serves the entire county through in-person and virtual services. u003cstrongu003eDOORS is an inclusive, creative community of innovative resources for those impacted by the justice system, where individuals, their families and the broader community find healing, support, wellness, and hope towards opportunity. u003c/strongu003eThe services at DOORS are provided in a welcoming environment by county partners and community-based organizations that are considered leaders in reentry and experienced professionals with high-risk communities.u003c/pu003enu003cpu003eThe second Community Reentry Center is expected to open in the Antelope Valley within Supervisorial District 5 in summer 2022 with Care First Community Investment funding (CFCI) approved by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisoru0026rsquo;s spending plan.u003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu0026nbsp;u003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eESSENTIAL FUNCTIONSu003c/strongu003eu003c/pu003enu003cpu003eThe u003cstrongu003eSenior Staff Analyst (Director, Community Reentry Centers)u003c/strongu003e specific responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, the following:u003c/pu003enu003culu003enu003cliu003eReport directly to the Director, Reentry Division, at the Office of Diversion and Reentryu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eLead, with support from the Director, Reentry Division, the design, development, and implementation of reentry services programs for the existing Community Reentry Center (CRC) at DOORS as well as all new CRCs, including the opening of the Antelope Valley CRCu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eEstablish policies and procedures for existing and new CRCsu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eEstablish a structured program management approach that is consistent across all CRCs while allowing for customization based on the specific geographic and client needs of each CRCu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eOversee the Center Manageru0026rsquo;s work with Community Outreach partners in the Antelope Valley to identify and secure a co-located location for the new Community Reentry Centeru003c/liu003enu003cliu003eInitiate engagement efforts through facilitation of stakeholder meetings, town halls, brown bags, and community informationals to assess service needs of the communityu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eManage the day-to-day operations of community-based service providers contracted to provide reentry supportive services at DOORS, oversee the budget, and prepare project reports on expenditures, service utilization, performance data, and program outcomesu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eOversee referrals from correctional and other partners and monitor program enrollment for all servicesu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eSupervise and support contract monitoring activities including annual administrative and programmatic monitoring and invoice processingu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eDevelop and lead technical assistance, capacity building, and program-related support to service providers to improve performance outcomes and service qualityu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eDevelop relationships and facilitate meetings with project team members, service providers, community partners, and other stakeholdersu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eAnalyze Community Reentry Center operations and outcomes and make recommendations to the Director of Reentry Division to improve effectiveness and efficiencyu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eMonitor program data quality and implement data improvement procedures as neededu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eDevelop a Client Evaluation/Feedback Survey for continued feedback loop for consumers of all Community Reentry Centersu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eConduct research on policy, procedures, and guidelines for best practices in managing community resource centers with joint partners within the parameters of CFCI fundingu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eResearch and explore other funding opportunities through government grants at the state and local level for the reentry populationu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eReview and approve all Work Order contracts and monthly invoices to ensure appropriate use of fundsu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eReview, revise and monitor all Work Order contracts to ensure the state of work is being implemented in line with center practices and CFCI funding requirementsu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eAdapt policies, processes, guidelines, and forms to support the unique program effectiveness that are in line with HIPPA standards to include consent forms, information sharing documents, client service assessments and release of authorizationu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eFacilitate and lead DOORS monthly meetings with organizational Executives to discuss contract compliance, invoice guidelines and other policiesu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eFacilitate and lead DOORS monthly meetings with direct service staff to discuss center updates, deliverables, and new policiesu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eFacilitate DOORS monthly data tracking meetings with provider leads, county partners and community stakeholders to discuss tracking methods, outcome elements, service trends and outcome projectionsu0026nbsp;u003c/liu003enu003cliu003eCoordinate in-service training for co-located providers at all CRCs to ensure compliance in required trainings to include Child Abuse Reporting, Crisis Prevention Intervention, Field and Office Safety and other required trainings u0026nbsp;u003c/liu003enu003c/ulu003enu003culu003enu003cliu003eIdentify emerging issues and gaps in service delivery matrix and develop a plan for change with individual service providersu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eParticipate in and present at meetings with DHS/ODR leadership, Probation leadership, the LA County Board of Supervisors, the Chief Executive Officeu0026rsquo;s Alternatives to Incarceration, the CFCI Advisory Committee as well as other meetings with county and community leaders as requested by the Director, Reentry Divisionu003c/liu003enu003c/ulu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eJOB QUALIFICATIONSu003c/strongu003eu003c/pu003enu003culu003enu003cliu003eAt least six to ten (6-10) years of experience in managing large scale programs serving justice-involved individualsu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eDemonstrated experience supervising multidisciplinary teams of 5 or more peopleu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eExtremely strong oral and written communication skills, with demonstrated experience in presenting and messaging to a wide variety of audiencesu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eDemonstrated experience understanding the needs of various constituents and members of both county and community partnersu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eDemonstrated experience building consensus amongst partners to work towards a shared mission and visionu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eStrong knowledge of, with ability to apply, evidence-based practices for reducing recidivism and improving health outcomesu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eStrong understanding of the needs of the reentry population and community and ability to adjust services as neededu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eStrong interpersonal skills, desire to work in a fast-paced and team-oriented environment, and ability to collaborate with many levels of a diverse clients, staff, service providers and the community at largeu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eStrong organizational skills, including an ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously, pay attention to details, and meet deadlinesu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eFriendly, engaging, and able to connect and build on relationships with clients, service providers and the communityu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eMust have good judgement, a positive attitude, and a u0026ldquo;whatever it takesu0026rdquo; approach to the worku003c/liu003enu003c/ulu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eEducation/Experience u003c/strongu003eu003c/pu003enu003culu003enu003cliu003eMinimum of a Bacheloru0026rsquo;s degree from an accredited college in social work, sociology, criminology, rehabilitation counseling, guidance or a related field and a Masteru0026rsquo;s degree in public or business administration, criminal justice, public health, psychology, other related field, or equivalent work experience, is STRONGLY PREFERREDu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eAt least 6 to 10 years of full-time experience managing programs, supervising projects, providing case management, general counseling, resource navigation, or customer care services in a community centered or public environmentu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eExperience working with Los Angeles County Departments (DCFS, DMH, DPSS, DHS, Probation) STRONGLY PREFERREDu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eKnowledge and experience using referral-based systems that include client demographic data entry, data analysis and report developmentu003c/liu003enu003c/ulu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eCertificates/Licenses/Clearancesu003c/strongu003eu003c/pu003enu003culu003enu003cliu003eA Valid California Class C Driver License or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job-related essential functions.u003c/liu003enu003cliu003eSuccessfully clear the Live Scan process through Los Angeles Countyu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eMedical Clearance Required (to include COVID-Fully Vaccination verification)u003c/liu003enu003c/ulu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eu0026nbsp;u003c/strongu003eu003cstrongu003eOther Skills, Knowledge, and Abilitiesu003c/strongu003eu003c/pu003enu003culu003enu003cliu003eKnowledge of Los Angeles County Reporting Mandates to include, Child Abuse Reporting, Older Adult Abuse Reportingu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eTraining in other Evidence Based Practices to include Motivational Interviewing preferred but not mandatoryu003c/liu003enu003cliu003eBilingual Spanish preferred but not mandatoryu003c/liu003enu003c/ulu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eu0026nbsp;u003c/strongu003eu003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eu0026nbsp;u003c/strongu003eu003cstrongu003ePHYSICAL DEMANDSu003c/strongu003eu003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eStand:u003c/strongu003e Frequentlyu003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eWalk: u003c/strongu003eFrequentlyu003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eSit:u003c/strongu003e Frequentlyu003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eHandling / Fingerinu003c/strongu003eg: Occasionallyu003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eReach Outward:u003c/strongu003e Occasionallyu003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eReach Above Shoulder:u003c/strongu003e Occasionallyu003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eClimb, Crawl, Kneel, Bend:u003c/strongu003e Occasionallyu003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eLift / Carry:u003c/strongu003e Occasionally - Up to 50 lbsu003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003ePush/Pull:u003c/strongu003e Occasionally - Up to 50 lbsu003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eSee:u003c/strongu003e Constantlyu003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eTaste/ Smell:u003c/strongu003e Not Applicableu003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eNot Applicable =u003c/strongu003e Not required for essential functionsu003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eOccasionally =u003c/strongu003e (0 - 2 hrs/day)u003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eFrequently =u003c/strongu003e (2 - 5 hrs/day)u003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eConstantly = u003c/strongu003e(5 hrs/day)u003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eu0026nbsp;u003c/strongu003eu003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eWORK ENVIRONMENTu003c/strongu003eu003c/pu003enu003cpu003eGeneral Office Setting, Indoors Temperature Controlledu003c/pu003enu003cpu003eu003cstrongu003eEEOC STATEMENTu003c/strongu003eu003c/pu003enu003cpu003eIt is the policy of Heluna Health to provide equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital 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However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c),MatchScore:1.0,HasApplied:false,ApplicationJobBoardName:null,ApplicationJobBoardId:null,DateApplied:null,Salaried:true,CompensationAmount:null,PublishingStatus:1,Links:[],BehaviorCriteria:[],MotivationCriteria:[],EducationCriteria:[],LicenseAndCertificationCriteria:[],SkillCriteria:[],WorkExperienceCriteria:[],JobBoardMemberships:[{JobBoardId:6705aa07-0bcb-4660-ad1b-2fda952becc7,PublishedInternal:false,PublishedExternal:true,ExternalPostedDate:2022-06-24T16:39:24.224Z,InternalPostedDate:null},{JobBoardId:96e130e8-d6cf-46c8-a4f0-1dadd913887a,PublishedInternal:true,PublishedExternal:false,ExternalPostedDate:null,InternalPostedDate:2022-06-24T16:39:24.224Z}],AssessmentUri:null,AssessmentStatus:null,OpportunityIsClosed:false,TravelRequired:null,TravelDescription:null,SupervisorName:null,Assessments:[],ApplicationId:null,CompensationAnnualMinimum:null,CompensationAnnualMaximum:null,CompensationHourlyMinimum:null,CompensationHourlyMaximum:null,CompensationCurrency:null});

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