Training Coordinator

We are a premier provider dedicated to healing children and young adults, strengthening families, and transforming communities through quality comprehensive services and advocacy. We envision a world in which children and young adults, families, and communities are able to heal, grow, and thrive.

Job Type: Full-time Opportunity with Flexible Scheduling
Salary Range: $64,466 - $82,194 per year, DOE

Office Location: Pasadena, CA

What We Offer:

An outstanding benefits package and numerous opportunities for career growth and advancement within our organization.

  • Bilingual stipend of $2,000 for application positions
  • 13 Paid Holiday per year including Cesar Chavez & Juneteenth, earn up to 22 days of PTO
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Opportunity to gain extensive work experience as a clinician working with children & families
  • Robust training opportunities: Evidence Based Practices, Shared Core Practice Model & Trauma Informed Care.
  • Working with multi-disciplinary teams.
  • This role is eligible for Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF)
  • Supervision available for Licensure.
  • Working with multi-disciplinary teams.
  • Medical insurance offering 3 HMO with Kaiser and Health Net, and also a PPO Plan
  • Dental insurance both HMO & PPO options, with 100% employer paid for HMO employee only coverage plan
  • Life and AD&D insurance 100% employer paid up to two times the annual salary
  • Long Term Disability
  • Flexible Spending Account for Medical and Dependent Care
  • 401(k) with no wait period and no vesting schedule 
  • 401(k) matching
  • Employee Assistance Program

The essential functions include:

  • Coordinate and Conduct all PRIDE Resource Parent Training for pre and post certification
  • Facilitate Resource Parent Orientation as needed
  • Conduct Resource Parent Surveys
  • Design and deliver quality, timely and thorough training for resource families with adherence to RFA standards
  • Conduct SAFE Home Studies and Written Reports for KinshipFacilitate support groups for resource families
  • Work with key identified resources throughout the Company to improve processes and to ensure training is effectively produced, assessed, and reinforced.
  • Design and deliver quality, timely, and thorough clinical training for staff, including but not limited to HIPAA, child abuse reporting, CPR and treatment approaches
  • Oversee tracking of clinical training to meet professional, contractual and regulatory standards across division
  • Oversee tracking of resource parent training to meet annual compliance requirements
  • Complete Corrective Action Plan trainings with Resource Families
  • Research and inform resource families of trainings in their community
  • Establish and conduct training on quality-of-care standards, including but not limited to documentation, standards of supervision and legal and ethical considerations
  • Establish and maintain a clinical training library and training manuals
  • Coordinate with Quality Assurance and Recruitment Dept. to ensure timely and appropriate documentation of all trainings
  • Responsible for the coordination of clinical training and community events
  • Provide resource families and youth/former youth with community resources and linkages as needed
  • Participate in On Call Rotation for placements after hours.
  • Carry a reduced caseload as assigned
  • Performs other duties and special projects as assigned by supervisor. 

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATES 

  • Master's degree in social work or marriage/family therapy.
  • PRIDE trained preferred.
  • Experience with Foster Care preferred.
  • Bilingual in Spanish required.
  • Valid California driver's license, driving record and personal vehicle insurance acceptable to Hillsides' insurance carrier.

TRAUMA INFORMED CARE (TIC)

Hillsides practices Trauma Informed Care (TIC) principles which recognizes the signs, symptoms, and widespread impact of trauma; Employees are asked to comprehensively integrate knowledge of Trauma Informed Care into policies, procedures, and practices with the goal to prevent re-traumatization which promotes healing of families, youth, individuals, and communities.

Seat 947