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INNOVATION 2 CONTRACT COMPLIANCE OFFICER

Reporting to the Executive Director, the INN2 Compliance Officer ensures that our in-home supports, events team, community outreach, and subcontracted school-based projects are meeting and exceeding outcome goals and benchmarks set by DMH, WIN, and our community. The ideal candidate will understand the impacts of complex trauma on the health and wellbeing of children and families in our Central-West LA community, and will be an articulate advocate who can work with WIN and subcontracted staff, as well as DMH INN2 Implementation staff, local leaders, and community members to ensure that we achieve all benchmarks, outcomes, and shared goals under pragmatic, achievable, and sustainable interventions and pathways to care. The ideal candidate will have the ability to think and work quickly as they set up systems and protocols that build evaluation into daily processes. Strong attention to detail is a must. Qualified candidates will have overseen outcomes and compliance for complex, multi-agency programs with blended funding streams. They will think globally and locally, and have worked gracefully and effectively with diverse governmental, community and agency partners.

Responsibilities

  • Work with Innovations 2 Project Directors to ensure compliance and outcomes for an interactive, integrated, and sustainable INN2 community initiative in BOS 2 and BOS3, with a special focus on our subcontracted school-based projects and on community outreach; o Ensure compliance in the planning, direction, implementation, monitoring, tracking, and reporting on activities for the INN2 project; o Ensure goals, objectives, and programmatic initiatives are being met with the proscribed time frame and funding parameters;
  • Assist INN2 Project Director of Community Outreach and School-Based Projects to ensure subcontracted agencies, meet agreed upon scopes of work, and that subcontracts, programming and deliverables align across subcontractors;
  • Assist INN2 Project Director of Community outreach and School-Based Projects in building constituency and leading INN2 Advisory Councils and Intergenerational Health Neighborhood
    Collaborative meetings;
  • Work with INN2 Project Director of Community outreach and School-Based Projects existing and actively develop new relationships and mechanisms to ensure responsiveness to the community;
  • Establish positive relationships with LA County Department of Mental Health contract staff;
  • Represent the organization and partner agencies by taking an active, involved, and generative role at community meetings and DMH meetings;
  • Establish work plans, assign duties/responsibilities, and scope of work to contract personnel;
  • Maintain relationships with agency partners and ensure contract requirements are being met and work is coordinated throughout the project;
  • Make certain the quality assurance plan, contract documents/files are developed and stored according to the County of Los Angeles’ guidelines for performance and compliance;
  • Work closely with accounting department on monthly billing procedures;
  • Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

  • 5-10 years of related experience and proven excellence contract compliance, program development, and implementation; leadership experience in multi-agency collaborative projects required;
  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree in a related field strongly preferred;
  • Strong writing, editing and proofreading skills, including thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office and Google Suite;
  • High energy, friendly, organized and very detail-oriented—with ability to think globally;
  • Ability to juggle multiple projects with accuracy;
  • Strong sense of mission, integrity and problem solving skills;
  • Ability to navigate through complex systems with a solutions-focused mindset;
  • Professional, resourceful, tactful style with the ability to respond immediately and appropriately in different contexts;
  • Ability to work independently and as a team player;
  • Qualified applicants must successfully pass a fingerprint background clearance and PPD risk assessment;
  • Access to a reliable automobile, current insurance and valid driver’s license;
  • Must maintain appropriate boundaries with colleagues, clients, families, community partners/stakeholders and county staff at all times;
  • Passion for WIN’s mission

Salary: $90,000 – $100,000 annually, commensurate with experience.

Classification: Full-time, Exempt, 40 hrs./wk.;

We offer generous medical benefits, 401(k), paid holidays, vacation & sick.

Please email cover letter and resume to annah@winla.org. No phone calls or office visits.

WIN is an equal opportunity employer. We want to have the best available person in every job. WIN’s policy prohibits discrimination based on pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, breastfeeding or related medical conditions, medical conditions, perceived medical conditions, race, religious creed, color, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, marital status, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, political affiliation, military or veteran status, or any other basis protected by federal, state, or local law or ordinance or regulation. All such discrimination is unlawful. WIN is committed to compliance with all applicable laws providing equal employment opportunities

TRAUMA-INFORMED CARE TRAINING COORDINATOR

Reporting to the Project Director, the Trauma-Informed Care Training Coordinator will be responsible for leading the creation of training materials and providing training and support to program staff, community stakeholders, community based organizations, child care providers on the ACEs screening tool, trauma-informed care, and related topics. The Trauma-Informed Care Training Coordinator performs advanced consultative services and technical assistance work related to community initiatives, community capacity building programs, and trauma-informed care (TIC). The ideal candidate will have experience providing high quality mental health services, preferably in the areas of infant mental health and family therapy, familiarity with creating training curriculum, extensive experience in and commitment to a community mental health model and knowledgeable of the ACEs screening tool, and experience working with young children and families in diverse communities extending from Venice to Crenshaw on the east, and the I-10 Corridor to Inglewood/Lennox on the south.     

Responsibilities

  • Serves as a subject matter expert on Infant Mental Health, Trauma-Informed Organizations and Trauma-Informed Care (TIC);
  • Ensures that WIN Innovation 2 programs and activities implement Trauma-Informed best practices;
  • Develops trauma-informed policies and practices to support WIN as a Trauma-Informed Organization;
  • Monitors local, state, and national trends and best practices in the TIC arena;
  • Refine, revise, and co-create curriculum to be used with families, staff, and community stakeholders under the Innovation 2 project; 
  • Train Community Resource Coordinators, Liaisons, and Specialists to coordinate and lead trainings; 
  • Thorough understanding of the ACEs screening;
  • Train Community Resources Specialists, Community Resource Liaisons, and family child care providers on the ACEs screening tool; 
  • Provide technical support to community stakeholders, child care providers, and staff about the TIC and Resiliency program components;
  • Advocate, model, and support implementation of agency and community-level initiatives around trauma-informed care practices;
  • Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with a broad range of staff and community partners;
  • Provision of consultative services, technical assistance, and support to program subcontractors and other stakeholders;
  • Advocate and partner with other community stakeholders and child care providers to build involvement with trauma-resilient communities; 
  • Attend reflective supervision facilitated by the Clinical Director; 
  • Ensure all documentation of program information is completed accurately and timely;  
  • Attend all agency and DMH required trainings; 
  • Adhere to all DHM reporting requirements, HIPAA guidelines, and auditing protocols; 
  • Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, or related field;
  • Either must possess a current clinical license in the state of CA or is a registered associate with the Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS);
  • Preference given to individuals with trauma-informed care certifications or at least two years of trauma-informed care systems transformation or implementation.
  • Knowledge of trauma-informed theories, principles, and practices (includes multifaceted understanding of concepts such as community trauma, intergenerational and historical trauma, parallel processes, and universal precautions).
  • 3+ years of related experience developing trainings and working with young children and families of high-risk populations, diverse groups, and communities; 
  • Strong writing, editing and proofreading skills, including thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office and Google Suite;
  • High energy, friendly, organized, and very detail-oriented; 
  • Ability to juggle multiple projects with accuracy;
  • Strong sense of mission, integrity, and problem solving skills; 
  • Ability to navigate through complex systems with a solutions-focused mindset; 
  • Professional, resourceful, tactful style with the ability to respond immediately and appropriately in different contexts;
  • Ability to work independently and as a team player;
  • Qualified applicants must successfully pass a fingerprint background clearance and PPD risk assessment;
  • Must have availability to work some evenings and weekends; 
  • Access to a reliable automobile, current insurance, and valid driver’s license;
  • Must maintain appropriate boundaries with colleagues, clients, families, community partners/stakeholders, and county staff at all times;
  • Passion for WIN’s mission.

Salary: Commensurate with experience. 

Classification: Full-time, Exempt, 40 hrs./wk. We offer generous medical benefits, 401(k), paid holidays, vacation, & sick.

Please email cover letter and resume to info@winla.org. No phone calls or office visits.

WIN is an equal opportunity employer. We want to have the best available persons in every job. WIN’s policy prohibits discrimination based on pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, breastfeeding or related medical conditions, medical conditions, perceived medical conditions, race, religious creed, color, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, marital status, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, political affiliation, military or veteran status, or any other basis protected by federal, state, or local law or ordinance or regulation. All such discrimination is unlawful. WIN is committed to compliance with all applicable laws providing equal employment opportunities.

BILINGUAL (SPANISH/ENGLISH) MENTAL HEALTH THERAPIST

 

Reporting to the Clinical Director, the Bilingual Mental Health Therapist will be responsible for providing home-based mental health therapy. The ideal candidate will have experience providing high quality mental health services, preferably in the areas of infant mental health and family therapy, extensive experience in and commitment to a community mental health model, and working with young children and families in diverse communities extending from Venice to Crenshaw on the east, and the I-10 Corridor to Inglewood/Lennox on the south.

Responsibilities

  • Complete diagnostic intake assessment and comprehensive treatment plans of new clients;
  • Provide on-going dyadic therapy and/or adult individual therapy with parents/primary caregivers in the family’s home and/or a designated location in the community;
  • Consult and coordinate with Community Resource Specialists for shared cases;
  • Attend comprehensive case review meetings as pertains to caseload;
  • Attend weekly individual and group reflective supervision;
  • Cross-trained to be knowledgeable of Family Fun! Events, parent councils, Ready4Routines and ACEs screening;
  • Ensure all documentation of program information is completed accurately and timely;
  • Attend all agency required trainings;
  • Adhere to all DHM reporting requirements, HIPAA guidelines, and auditing protocols;
  • Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology or related field;
  • Either must possess a current clinical license in the state of CA or is a registered associate with the Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS);
  • Related experience working with young children and families of high-risk populations, diverse groups and communities;
  • Bilingual/bi-literate in English and Spanish required;
  • Familiarity with DC: 0-3R or DC: 0-5 strongly preferred;
  • Ability to learn WIN’s DCAR data system;
  • Strong sense of mission, integrity and problem solving skills;
  • Ability to navigate through complex systems with a solutions-focused mindset;
  • Professional, resourceful, tactful style with the ability to respond immediately and appropriately in different contexts;
  • Ability to work independently and as a team player;
  • Qualified applicants must successfully pass a fingerprint background clearance and PPD risk assessment;
  • Access to a reliable automobile, current insurance and valid driver’s license;
  • Must maintain appropriate boundaries with colleagues, clients, families, community partners/stakeholders and county staff at all times;
  • Passion for WIN’s mission.

Salary: Commensurate with experience.

Classification: Full-time, Exempt, 40 hrs./wk.

We offer generous medical benefits, 401(k), paid holidays, vacation & sick.

Please email cover letter and resume to wendys@winla.org. No phone calls or office visits.

WIN is an equal opportunity employer. We want to have the best available persons in every job. WIN’s policy prohibits discrimination based on pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, breastfeeding or related medical conditions, medical conditions, perceived medical conditions, race, religious creed, color, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, marital status, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, political affiliation, military or veteran status, or any other basis protected by federal, state, or local law or ordinance or regulation. All such discrimination is unlawful. WIN is committed to compliance with all applicable laws providing equal employment opportunities.

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