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Westside Infant-Family Network (WIN), is an award-winning early childhood mental health program providing in-home therapy to young kids and their families, coordinating a nest of cross-agency health, housing, food, and educational supports for families through our agency partners, and striving to model how integrated health, mental health, core supports, and wellness can help community transformation. We ensure young children and families get the help they need to overcome generations of abuse, neglect, and educational and relational issues for a lifetime of success and well-being that they can pass on to their kids. Harvard University chose us as one of a handful of programs nationwide to advise their Frontiers of Innovation (FOI) initiative, an effort to achieve breakthrough outcomes for children worldwide. We’ve always valued innovation, effort, and outcomes.

WIN was recently awarded a substantial, 4-year $16M LA County Department of Mental Health (DMH) Innovation 2 (INN2), Building Trauma-Resilient Communities contract serving the west-central area of Supervisor Shelia Kuehl’s and Mark Ridley-Thomas’ districts (BOS 2 & 3). Using WIN’s award-winning cross-agency model, INN2 funds will allow us to build an expanded, trauma-resilient community starting with in-home referral and linkage support, family child care settings, and schools—and integrated with a cross-sector network of agencies to identify and address trauma and mental health issues more broadly and earlier. This effort will allow us to provide more integrated support for families facing trauma, prevent trauma transmission from one generation to the next, and build a family and community resilience.

We are currently looking for new team members!

Sustainability & Development Director

Community Resource Liaison (Family & Community Events)

Trauma-Informed Care Training Coordinator

Finance Manager

Evaluator/Data Analyst

Volunteer

SUSTAINABILITY & DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Sustainability & Development Director will be responsible for creating and implementing WIN’s overall development plan, resulting in long-term growth for WIN programming. The ideal candidate will be a seasoned fundraising professional with a proven track record in garnering public contracts, foundation grants, as well as individual donations and corporate investments. As WIN has a strong history of successful foundation fundraising, with 85%-100% proposals funded annually for 14 years, our Sustainability & Development Director will be responsible for maintaining and growing these long-term foundation relationships, while building out our nascent individual giving and major gifts efforts. They will also leverage our new relationship with DMH and other public funders to underwrite and expand our ability to support families at risk for trauma in changing their futures and their communities. A strong leader and communicator, as well as a self-starter, the ideal candidate will be comfortable prioritizing multiple projects and deadlines, and leading in a fast-paced environment where expectations are high and strategic thinking, strong writing skills, and attention to detail are a must.

Responsibilities

  • Develop and execute WIN’s long-term and annual fundraising strategies to attain a balanced, sustainable portfolio of foundation grants, public contracts, and individual and corporate donors;
  • Design, manage, and oversee all aspects of fundraising campaigns, including special event production, online campaigns, mailings, tracking, acknowledgments, etc.;
  • Develop annual strategic communications, fundraising, and grants calendar, ensuring timely and thoughtful communications, campaign roll-outs, grant proposals, and reporting;
  • Proactively cultivate and steward relationships with major donors and prospects through timely, personalized, and strategic communications, while further developing WIN’s individual, major gifts, and corporate giving programs to create an ever-growing, sustained donor base;
  • Develop proposals and reports for WIN’s long-term foundation funders, while researching and developing relationships with foundations new to WIN’s work;
  • Work closely with WIN ED and Innovation 2 Director to seek and secure new public funding opportunities, as well as leverage our new relationship with DMH to expand current contracts;
  • Work closely with the WIN Board to enhance the success of the WIN Board Development Committee and event-specific committees—while stewarding board relationships.
  • Work closely with finance staff to ensure fundraising efforts align with WIN budget objectives and meet financial reporting obligations to foundations;
  • Work closely with WIN’s Communications & Media staff to ensure communications and social media align with sustainability and fundraising goals;
  • Maintain fundraising calendar and progress reporting using our online NEON system (must have the ability to learn NEON system if not already familiar);
  • Other duties as needed.

Minimum Qualifications

  • 10 or more years of progressively responsible experience in communications, fundraising, and grant writing;
  • 5 or more years as a director of development for nonprofit agencies;
  • Bachelors degree mandatory; master’s preferred;
  • Strong writing, editing & proofreading, including thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite;
  • High-energy, friendly, organized, and very detail-oriented;
  • Ability to juggle multiple projects with superb accuracy;
  • Ability to learn NEON data system a must;
  • Strong sense of urgency and problem-solving skills;
  • Professional, resourceful, tactful style with the ability to respond immediately and appropriately in different contexts;
  • Ability to work very independently and as a team player;
  • Deep passion for WIN’s mission.

Salary: $100,000-120,000, 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 with the subject: Sustainability & Development Director | [Your Full Name]. 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.

COMMUNITY RESOURCE LIAISON (FAMILY & COMMUNITY EVENTS)

Reporting to the Community Resource Coordinator, the Community Resource Liaison will be responsible for coordinating and facilitating Family Fun Events, Ready4Routines, and parent councils at various locations as well as providing guidance to parent leaders. The ideal candidate will have a track record of providing high quality services, preferably in the areas of home visiting, case management, early care and education, infant mental health, prevention or family support, extensive experience in and commitment to a community capacity building model, coordinating family events, developing age appropriate activities, guiding parent leaders, and working in diverse communities extending from Venice to Crenshaw on the east, and the I-10 Corridor to Inglewood/Lennox on the south. 

Responsibilities

  • Assist with coordination and facilitation of Family Fun Events; 
  • Assist with recruitment and coordination of community advisory committees and parent councils; 
  • Design and implement appropriate play activities for parents and children; 
  • Provide support to parent leaders; 
  • Conduct on-site and co-located parent workshops; 
  • Cross-trained to be knowledgeable of Ready4Routines and ACEs screening;
  • Identify and partner with other non-traditional partners and providers to build involvement with trauma-resilient communities; 
  • Identify and conduct outreach and presentations in the community;
  • Attend reflective supervision facilitated by the Project 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;
  • Bilingual/bi-literate in English and Spanish required; 
  • Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Child Development, Human Services, Social Work, or a related field;
  • Ability to learn WIN’s DCAR data system;
  • 3+ years of related experience 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, decision making skills, 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, Non-Exempt, 40 hrs./wk. We offer generous medical benefits, 401(k), paid holidays, vacation, & sick. 

Please email cover letter and resume with the subject: Community Resource Liaison (Family & Community Events) | [Your Full Name]. 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.

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 with the subject: Trauma-Informed Care Coordinator | [Your Full Name]. 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.

FINANCE MANAGER

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Finance Manager will be responsible for vision, leadership, and overall management of WIN’s financial activities. This position oversees financial statements, financial planning, budgeting, cash flow management, and financial reporting. The ideal candidate will have experience with financial accounting systems and databases; understanding of GAAP accounting for nonprofits; ability to analyze data, cash flow and projections, and preparation of financial reports/statements.

Responsibilities

  • Develop systems, procedures, and templates for WIN’s accounting department;
  • Prepare operating/grant budgets and amendments;
  • Prepare regular budget reports for the Executive Director and board meetings;
  • Coordinate all audit preparation for DMH and independent financial audits;
  • Managing income and expense tracking;
  • Monthly invoicing for DMH Innovation 2 grant;
  • Review, approve, and coordinate payment to subcontractors;
  • Update WIN’s financial procedures consistent with DMH/governmental policies and procedures;
  • Maintains orderly files of backup documentation to support all completed reporting and analysis;
  • Assists in subcontractor audits;
  • Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

  • 5+ years of experience in nonprofit fund accounting with grant-related experience;
  • Bachelor’s degree required in accounting, finance, or related field;
  • Experience in budgeting, cost analysis, cost management, governmental and foundation budgeting and invoicing, and revenue forecasting;
  • Experience working with government and county contracts preferred;
  • 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;
  • Criminal record clearance from the DOJ;
  • 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 with the subject: Finance Manager | [Your Full Name]. 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.

EVALUATOR/DATA ANALYST

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Evaluator/Data Analyst will be responsible for data collection protocols and reporting systems aligned to DMH grant guidelines and agency benchmarks. This position works closely with the INN2 team to ensure data collection and reporting methods are accurate, effective, and efficient. The ideal candidate will have an understanding of designing, planning, conducting, and evaluating government programs.

Responsibilities

  • Interface with DMH evaluators, including the evaluation team at UC San Diego;
  • Coordinate with INN2 staff to ensure all data is completed and submitted timely;
  • Monitor DMH identified participant outcomes and performance-based criteria;
  • Participate actively throughout grant implementation in supporting evaluation of major grants awarded;
  • Work closely with the INN2 Director to ensure evaluation findings are used to guide and improve grant implementation;
  • Attend INN2 related meetings and occasional educational training or webinars;
  • Coordinate updates of DMH logic models;
  • Work with WIN’s Clinical Director and data vendor to develop procedures to map and track data to show program impact, usage, and penetration;
  • Regular review and reporting on data generated by WIN’s data system, DCAR;
  • Assist Project Director in coordinating information needed for DMH reporting;
  • Generate reports as needed;
  • Work with Sustainability & Development Director to disseminate reports to internal and outside constituencies;
  • Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

  • 5+ years of experience evaluating and collecting data for government contracts;
  • Experience working with data vendors;
  • Bachelor’s degree required;
  • Background in math, statistics, information systems or operations research a plus;
  • Ability to communicate clearly/interpret data and explain to non-technical individuals translating technical concepts;
  • Demonstrated experience distilling complex information to form opinions, develop recommendations, and navigate implementation;
  • Demonstrated proficiency in written communication, along with effective oral communications, engaging presentation skills and interpersonal skills necessary to develop working relationships with diverse co-workers and stakeholders;
  • Ability to juggle multiple projects with accuracy;
  • Strong sense of mission, integrity, and problem solving skills;
  • Excellent organizational skills and judgment;
  • 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 background clearance and tuberculosis screen;
  • 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 with the subject: Evaluator/Data Analyst | [Your Full Name]. 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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