Development Officer

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Development Officer Position Details

We’re looking for an energetic, self-motivated people person who feels connected to disability advocacy and who thrives in an autonomous work environment where no two days of the week are the same. The Development Officer will work closely with the Executive Director to ensure that as our organization grows, we maintain excellent relationships with all of our existing donors and cultivate meaningful relationships with our new donors. This position will have a strong focus on networking and relationship building, with additional duties including improving and maintaining our donor database in Salesforce and assisting with internal and external events.  

This is a part-time, 30 hour per week position with potential to become full time. Pay rate is $23-28/hr. This position requires the ability to work approximately 15 hours per month on evenings and weekends, with the rest of your schedule being flexible on weekdays in the 7am-6pm window.

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

  • $25/month cell phone reimbursement plus expenses and gas mileage reimbursement

  • Paid sick days and paid bereavement leave

  • Paid holidays based on regularly scheduled work hours

  • One additional day of PTO each year

DUTIES

Relationship Management (70%)

  • Assist Executive Director in maintaining strong relationships with current donors

  • Think creatively about how to cultivate new donors, including reaching out to families of current clients and getting existing community partners more engaged

  • Be an active listener, tailor your pitch to the person you’re speaking to, be adaptable and able to think on your feet, and have genuine curiosity about the person who you’re getting to know

  • Always have the end goal in mind, thinking about what immediate and long-term success looks like after each donor meeting

  • Approximately 15 hours per month will be used for evening or weekend events. These events are almost always scheduled with ample notice. If a crucial, last-minute meeting does come up, please be willing to adjust your personal schedule to the best of your ability.

Events (20%)

  • Assist as needed with internal events, from our annual client picnic, to bi-monthly board meetings, to our staff retreat and holiday party. This will include working with the development team to plan, organize, set up and break down.

  • From January through April, the development team largely shifts our focus to our annual gala. With guidance from the Development Manager, The Development Officer will assist with planning and implementing the event, with special attention given to donor attendance and thinking through the donor experience.

  • Participate in our Event Steering Committee, which assists in planning our annual gala, and build relationships with committee members

Administrative Tasks (10%)

  • Maintain accurate, detailed records of donor meetings and outcomes in Salesforce

  • Run donor reports and analyze data to find trends and ways to improve

  • Be proactive in communicating and managing your schedule: track touchpoints with each donor, set calendar reminders, schedule networking events and meetings, and send follow-up notes

OUR IDEAL CANDIDATE IS

  • Able to work well on a team

  • Is physically fit and able to exercise and keep up with an individual who is on the go

  • Mission-aligned: promotes diversity and is excited to work alongside people with disabilities

  • Adaptable: thrives in a fast-paced work environment, flexible in work schedule and assignments

  • Responsive: a proactive communicator who answers calls and emails in a timely manner

  • Accountable: takes responsibility for their actions and is open to constructive feedback

  • Self-managed: stays on top of assignments, appointments and calendar

  • Compassionate: approaches all situations with openness, positivity and curiosity

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Must be a positive, motivating role model for all ICS clients

  • Always take a person-centered approach, allowing those we serve to shape how they receive support

  • Possess good judgment, common sense and ability to problem solve

  • Must possess excellent verbal and written skills, be resourceful, adaptable and able to work within deadlines

  • Willingness to be flexible in work schedule assignments

  • Past training in behavioral methods preferred

  • Valid California Driver's license with proof of insurance required. Background check will be conducted.

  • Basic computer literacy required, including email and Microsoft Office programs

WHAT'S NEXT?

After you apply, we will schedule a phone screening if we feel you’re a strong candidate for the position. Next, we’ll conduct an in-person interview with relevant staff/supervisors. Finally, we will provide a few activities that simulate situations that will arise on the job. Regardless of our decision, we will be in touch with you promptly.

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Mental Health Case Manager

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Mental Health CAse Manager Position Details

The Mental Health Case Manager will work with individuals with serious mental health diagnosis such as schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder, schizo-affective disorder and personality disorders. These individuals may be dually diagnosed with an intellectual or physical disability, may have a criminal record and may be experiencing challenges such as substance use and/or homelessness. The Case Manager will provide Independent Living Skills (ILS) training in the home of their clients as well as out in the community. This position is best suited for a person with counseling and case management experience. The Case Manager will partner with the client’s case managers, student accessibility services, residential housing managers, other ICS staff and the client’s family in order to build and implement a plan that best serves the individuals needs and goals.

This is a full-time, 40 hour per week position. Pay rate is $20-25/hr. Hours will vary between 8:00am –6:00pm, Monday-Saturday with the schedule assigned at the beginning of the week. Location will vary between the ICS office, client homes and other sites in Marin County.

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

  • CaliforniaChoice health insurance, 100% paid for by employer (able to add spouse or family member, paid for by employee)

  • Ameritas dental insurance, 100% paid for by employer

  • $50 monthly cell phone reimbursement plus expenses and gas mileage reimbursement

  • Paid sick days, paid holidays, vacation PTO accrual, paid bereavement leave

  • Two additional days of PTO each year

  • 401k and FSA plan enrollment available

  • Benefits paid by ICS total approximately $1,500/month for full-time employees

DUTIES

  • Assist with ILS assessments of new clients

  • Problem solve and implement support plans for urgent needs and complex situations

  • Manage communication with all support persons regarding the client’s progress

  • Implement specific training programs including but not limited to:

    • Transportation training

    • Domestic skills training

    • Community skills training

    • Financial skills training

    • Personal/Health and Hygiene skills training

  • Review progress of each individual weekly and keep accurate records; complete data forms and case notes on a timely basis. Submit quarterly reports to funders if necessary.

  • With input from persons served, develop and implement revisions to their ILS plan

  • Attend case conferences and meetings with other agencies involved with the client

  • Occasionally fill in for other ILS workers

  • Be a positive role model for ICS clients

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Able to work well on a team

  • Is physically fit and able to exercise and keep up with an individual who is on the go

  • Mission-aligned: promotes diversity and is excited to work alongside people with disabilities

  • Adaptable: thrives in a fast-paced work environment, flexible in work schedule and assignments

  • Responsive: a proactive communicator who answers calls and emails in a timely manner

  • Accountable: takes responsibility for their actions and is open to constructive feedback

  • Self-managed: stays on top of assignments, appointments and calendar

  • Compassionate: approaches all situations with openness, positivity and curiosity

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree with at least two years of experience working with persons with disabilities, homelessness or substance use. Experience may be substituted for education on a case by case basis.

  • Candidates must possess excellent verbal and written skills, be resourceful, adaptable and able to work within deadlines. This work requires initiative and the ability to creatively problem-solve and advocate for client needs.  

  • Valid California Driver's license with proof of insurance required

  • Background check will be conducted

  • Willingness to become CPR and first aid certified

  • Willingness to be flexible in work schedule assignments

WHAT'S NEXT?

After you apply, we will schedule a phone screening if we feel you’re a strong candidate for the position. Next, we’ll conduct an in-person interview with relevant staff/supervisors. The next level of the interview is to complete a few activities relating to different aspects of the job. After this step, regardless of our decision, we will follow up with you promptly.

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Independent Living Skills Specialist

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Independent Living Skills Specialist Position Details

As an Independent Living Skills Specialist, you will provide 1:1 instruction in daily living skills to a young man with Autism. The majority of work will be done in his family’s home where you will teach domestic skills and implement his behavioral plan. You will also go out into the community with him to exercise (swimming, gym, tennis, basketball, hiking, etc.), as well as transport him to and supervise him at volunteer sites. Often, you will be working in conjunction with a behavioral support or other secondary staff. You will be responsible for pursuing new volunteer opportunities, maintaining his schedule and providing/scheduling transportation. If desired, you can also work with the team to create the training curriculum for this client.

 The work with this individual will be approximately 20-30 hours per week, and training, pursuing volunteer sites and developing curriculum will make up the remainder of your schedule. If you desire full-time employment, you will be assigned other clients to round out your schedule.

 This job can be full- or part-time, 25-40 hours per week. Hours will vary between 8:00am –6:00pm Monday through Friday. Location will vary between the ICS office, client homes and other sites in Marin County. Pay range is $20.00-$24.00/hour, DOE.

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

Full-Time:

  • CaliforniaChoice health insurance, 100% paid for by employer (able to add spouse or family member, paid for by employee)

  • Ameritas dental insurance, 100% paid for by employer

  • $50 monthly cell phone reimbursement plus expenses and gas mileage reimbursement

  • Paid sick days, paid holidays, vacation PTO accrual, paid bereavement leave

  • Two additional days of PTO each year

  • 401k and FSA plan enrollment available

  • Benefits paid by ICS total approximately $1,500/month for full-time employees

Part-Time:

  • $25/month cell phone reimbursement plus expenses and gas mileage reimbursement

  • Paid sick days and paid bereavement leave

  • Paid holidays based on regularly scheduled work hours

  • One additional day of PTO each year

DUTIES

  • Assess client's current independent living skills and work together with client and supervisors to develop ongoing curriculum

  • Train clients 1:1 around their goals, including:

    • Transportation training

    • Domestic skills training

    • Community / communication skills training

    • Financial skills training

    • Personal health and hygiene skills training

  • Keep detailed progress notes after each session and update the client's file on the computer

  • Complete and submit all forms on time, including monthly and annual reports

  • Attend case conferences with clients, families and other agencies they work with

  • Attend staff meetings to discuss current cases and brainstorm creative solutions to challenges

OUR IDEAL CANDIDATE IS

  • Able to work well on a team

  • Is physically fit and able to exercise and keep up with an individual who is on the go

  • Mission-aligned: promotes diversity and is excited to work alongside people with disabilities

  • Adaptable: thrives in a fast-paced work environment, flexible in work schedule and assignments

  • Responsive: a proactive communicator who answers calls and emails in a timely manner

  • Accountable: takes responsibility for their actions and is open to constructive feedback

  • Self-managed: stays on top of assignments, appointments and calendar

  • Compassionate: approaches all situations with openness, positivity and curiosity

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Must be a positive, motivating role model for all ICS clients

  • Always take a person-centered approach, allowing those we serve to shape how they receive support

  • Possess good judgment, common sense and ability to problem solve

  • Must possess excellent verbal and written skills, be resourceful, adaptable and able to work within deadlines

  • Willingness to be flexible in work schedule assignments

  • Past training in behavioral methods preferred

  • Valid California Driver's license with proof of insurance required. Background check will be conducted.

  • Basic computer literacy required, including email and Microsoft Office programs

WHAT'S NEXT?

After you apply, we will schedule a phone screening if we feel you’re a strong candidate for the position. Next, we’ll conduct an in-person interview with relevant staff/supervisors. After the interview, regardless of our decision we will be in touch with you promptly.

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Living Skills Tutor for Young Adults

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Living Skills Tutor Position Details

In this job, you will provide 1:1 teaching and instruction in daily living skills to individuals with disabilities. These individuals will typically be living with their parents and the training will take place in the family home. Training can range from teaching cooking skills, to teaching financial literacy, to training on how to use the bus system, to helping someone at a volunteer site, to helping someone navigate courses at College of Marin.

 This job is a full-time position at 40 hours per week. Most of the work is in the 3pm-7pm time frame on weekdays. Availability on weekends a plus. Mandatory staff meeting on Tuesday mornings at 8:30am. Location will vary between the ICS office, client homes and other sites in Marin County. Pay range is $17.00 -$22.00/hour, DOE. If you are available in the 3-7pm time frame on weekdays and are interested in a part-time position only, please let us know.

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

Full-Time:

  • CaliforniaChoice health insurance, 100% paid for by employer (able to add spouse or family member, paid for by employee)

  • Ameritas dental insurance, 100% paid for by employer

  • $50 monthly cell phone reimbursement plus expenses and gas mileage reimbursement

  • Paid sick days, paid holidays, vacation PTO accrual, paid bereavement leave

  • Two additional days of PTO each year

  • 401k and FSA plan enrollment available

  • Benefits paid by ICS total approximately $1,500/month for full-time employees

Part-Time:

  • $25/month cell phone reimbursement plus expenses and gas mileage reimbursement

  • Paid sick days and paid bereavement leave

  • Paid holidays based on regularly scheduled work hours

  • One additional day of PTO each year

DUTIES

  • Assess new client's independent living skills and work together with client and ILS Director (or other supervisor) to set an action plan

  • Train clients 1:1 around their goals, including:

    • Transportation training

    • Domestic skills training

    • Community / communication skills training

    • Financial skills training

    • Personal health and hygiene skills training

  • Keep detailed progress notes after each session and update the client's file on the computer

  • Complete and submit all forms on time, including monthly and annual reports

  • Attend case conferences with clients, families and other agencies they work with

  • Attend staff meetings to discuss current cases and brainstorm creative solutions to challenges

OUR IDEAL CANDIDATE IS

  • Mission-aligned: promotes diversity and is excited to work alongside people with disabilities

  • Adaptable: thrives in a fast-paced work environment, flexible in work schedule and assignments

  • Responsive: a proactive communicator who answers calls and emails in a timely manner

  • Accountable: takes responsibility for their actions and is open to constructive feedback

  • Self-managed: stays on top of assignments, appointments and calendar

  • Compassionate: approaches all situations with openness, positivity and curiosity

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Must be a positive, motivating role model for all ICS clients.

  • Always take a person-centered approach, allowing those we serve to shape how they receive support.

  • Possess good judgment, common sense and ability to problem solve.

  • Associate Degree with at least two years’ experience working with persons with disabilities or teaching/tutoring experience in any setting preferred. Experience may be substituted for education on a case by case basis.

  • Must possess excellent verbal and written skills, be resourceful, adaptable and able to work within deadlines.

  • Valid California Driver's license with proof of insurance required. Background check will be conducted.

  • Willingness to be flexible in work schedule assignments.

  • Basic computer literacy required, including email and Microsoft Office programs.

WHAT'S NEXT?

After you apply, we will schedule a phone screening if we feel you’re a strong candidate for the position. Next, we’ll conduct an in-person interview with relevant staff/supervisors. After the interview, regardless of our decision we will be in touch with you promptly.

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Overnight Care Giver

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Overnight Care Giver Position Details

As an Overnight Care Giver, you will provide one-on-one support to an aging male client as they work towards their goals and overall independence. This includes teaching skills such as medication management and healthy eating, performing light household duties and physically caring for the client. 

This job is part-time, one to three nights per week, $13-$15/hr plus overtime accrual. Shifts begin at approximately 9pm and end at approximately 9am (overtime is paid time and a half). Ability to stay longer or come in early is a plus. Location is in southern Marin County.  

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

  • $25/month cell phone reimbursement plus expenses and gas mileage reimbursement

  • Paid sick days and paid bereavement leave

  • Paid holidays based on regularly scheduled work hours

  • One additional day of PTO each year

DUTIES

  • Begin and end shift with household duties, including light cleaning

  • Provide physical care of client

  • Prepare meals

  • Teach strategies to live as independently as possible

  • Sleep at assigned times and waken and be alert if there is an emergency situation

  • Attend staff meetings to discuss current cases and brainstorm creative solutions to challenges

OUR IDEAL CANDIDATE IS

  • Mission-aligned: promotes diversity and is excited to work alongside people with disabilities

  • Adaptable: thrives in a fast-paced work environment, flexible in work schedule and assignments

  • Responsive: a proactive communicator who answers calls and emails in a timely manner

  • Accountable: takes responsibility for their actions and is open to constructive feedback

  • Self-managed: stays on top of assignments, appointments and calendar

  • Compassionate: approaches all situations with openness, positivity and curiosity

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Basic computer literacy, specifically with Gmail and Microsoft Office

  • Excellent verbal and written skills

  • Valid California driver's license with proof of insurance required, background check will be conducted

WHAT'S NEXT?

After you apply, we will schedule a phone screening if we feel you’re a strong candidate for the position. Next, we’ll conduct an in-person interview with relevant staff/supervisors. After the interview, regardless of our decision we will be in touch with you promptly.

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Weekend Life Skills Trainer

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Weekend Life Skills Trainer Position Details

Life Skills Trainers (called Independent Living Skills, or ILS Trainers) provide one-on-one daily living training to individuals with disabilities as they work towards their personal goals and overall independence. Training can range from teaching cooking skills to a young adult who lives with their parents, to providing supervision and conflict resolution between roommates, to helping a senior manage their medication.

This is a part-time, 20-25 hours per week position, $16-$19/hr. Shifts range between 8:00am-8:00pm on Saturday and Sunday, plus a staff meeting from 8:30am-11:00am every other Tuesday. Multiple locations throughout Marin. There is a possibility that this could turn into full-time work. This could be an ideal position for a college student.

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

  • $25/month cell phone reimbursement plus expenses and gas mileage reimbursement

  • Paid sick days and paid bereavement leave

  • Paid holidays based on regularly scheduled work hours

  • One additional day of PTO each year

DUTIES

  • Train clients around their goals, such as transportation training, domestic skills, socialization, financial skills, personal health and hygiene

  • Keep detailed progress notes after each session and update the client's file on the computer

  • Complete and submit all forms on time, including monthly and annual reports

  • Attend case conferences with clients, families and other agencies they work with if necessary

  • Attend staff meetings to discuss current cases and brainstorm creative solutions to challenges

OUR IDEAL CANDIDATE IS

  • Mission-aligned: promotes diversity and is excited to work alongside people with disabilities

  • Adaptable: thrives in a fast-paced work environment, flexible in work schedule and assignments

  • Responsive: a proactive communicator who answers calls and emails in a timely manner

  • Accountable: takes responsibility for their actions and is open to constructive feedback

  • Self-managed: stays on top of assignments, appointments and calendar

  • Compassionate: approaches all situations with openness, positivity and curiosity

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Basic computer literacy, specifically with Gmail and Microsoft Office

  • Excellent verbal and written skills

  • Valid California driver's license with proof of insurance required, background check will be conducted

WHAT'S NEXT?

After you apply, we will schedule a phone screening if we feel you’re a strong candidate for the position. Next, we’ll conduct an in-person interview with relevant staff/supervisors. After the interview, regardless of our decision we will be in touch with you promptly.

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Job Coach

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Job Coach Position Details

After a client is hired by an employer in Marin County, Job Coaches provide 1:1 support for those individuals as they learn the ropes of their new job and become an independent, integrated employee. Job Coaches have the exciting opportunity to provide support in a wide range of employment settings, from the IT department at City Hall to the kitchen at Nordstrom's Blue Stove restaurant.

We are offering both full and part time positions, $16-18/hr. Because our clients need support at different times, weekday, evening and weekend shifts are available. Location of work will vary between the ICS office and client work sites in Marin County.

Employee Benefits

Full-Time:

  • CaliforniaChoice health insurance, 100% paid for by employer (able to add spouse or family member, paid for by employee)

  • Ameritas dental insurance, 100% paid for by employer

  • $50 monthly cell phone reimbursement plus expenses and gas mileage reimbursement

  • Paid sick days, paid holidays, vacation PTO accural, paid bereavement leave

  • Two additional days of PTO each year

  • 401k and FSA plan enrollment available

  • Benefits paid by ICS total approximately $1,500/month for full-time employees

 Part-Time:

  • $25/month cell phone reimbursement plus expenses and gas mileage reimbursement

  • Paid sick days and paid bereavement leave

  • Paid holidays based on regularly scheduled work hours

  • One additional day of PTO each year

DUTIES

  • Coach multiple clients throughout the week at various job sites

  • Attend new employee training sessions with your client

  • Observe and evaluate your client at work, providing constructive feedback

  • Act as a support for not only your client but also the employer, and assist both parties in communicating with one another

  • Train your client in all skills necessary to perform the job, including: vocational skills, transportation training, safety training, social skills, accessing community resources, money management, behavior management, social security, etc.

  • Complete all required forms on time

OUR IDEAL CANDIDATE IS

  • Mission-aligned: promotes diversity and is excited to work alongside people with disabilities

  • Adaptable: thrives in a fast-paced work environment, flexible in work schedule and assignments

  • Responsive: a proactive communicator who answers calls and emails in a timely manner

  • Accountable: takes responsibility for their actions and is open to constructive feedback

  • Self-managed: stays on top of assignments, appointments and calendar

  • Compassionate: approaches all situations with openness, positivity and curiosity

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Basic computer literacy, specifically with Gmail and Microsoft Office

  • Excellent verbal and written skills

  • Valid California driver's license with proof of insurance required, background check will be conducted

What's Next?

After you apply, we will schedule a phone screening if we feel you’re a strong candidate for the position. Next, we’ll conduct an in-person interview with relevant staff/supervisors. After the interview, regardless of our decision we will be in touch with you promptly.

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Case Worker

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Case Worker Position Details

Case Workers (called Independent Living Skills, or ILS Trainers) provide one-on-one daily living training to individuals with disabilities as they work towards their personal goals and overall independence. The focus of the trainer is to develop rapport, and from this base then move to working with the person on their goals. These typically include things like: increasing community engagement, learning budgeting, managing their health care needs, learning to use public transportation, developing job skills, and learning to maintain a home. The Specialist role has a strong focus on case management, and being able to work independently while taking a team approach is essential. In addition to working directly with our clients, the Specialist will also participate in a variety of team meetings, complete paperwork as needed, and communicate effectively with all parties involved.

This job is a part-time or full time position, $20-$22/hr. Because our clients need support at different times, weekday, evening and weekend shifts are available. You must be available Tuesday mornings 8:30-10am (mandatory staff meeting). Location will vary between the ICS office, client homes and other sites in Marin County.

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

Full-Time:

  • CaliforniaChoice health insurance, 100% paid for by employer (able to add spouse or family member, paid for by employee)

  • Ameritas dental insurance, 100% paid for by employer

  • $50 monthly cell phone reimbursement plus expenses and gas mileage reimbursement

  • Paid sick days, paid holidays, vacation PTO accrual, paid bereavement leave

  • Two additional days of PTO each year

  • 401k and FSA plan enrollment available

  • Benefits paid by ICS total approximately $1,500/month for full-time employees

Part-Time:

  • $25/month cell phone reimbursement plus expenses and gas mileage reimbursement

  • Paid sick days and paid bereavement leave

  • Paid holidays based on regularly scheduled work hours

  • One additional day of PTO each year

DUTIES

  • Train clients around their goals, such as transportation training, domestic skills, socialization, financial skills, personal health and hygiene

  • Keep detailed progress notes after each session and update the client's file on the computer

  • Complete and submit all forms on time, including monthly and annual reports

  • Attend case conferences with clients, families and other agencies they work with if necessary

  • Attend staff meetings to discuss current cases and brainstorm creative solutions to challenges

OUR IDEAL CANDIDATE IS

  • Mission-aligned: promotes diversity and is excited to work alongside people with disabilities

  • Adaptable: thrives in a fast-paced work environment, flexible in work schedule and assignments

  • Responsive: a proactive communicator who answers calls and emails in a timely manner

  • Accountable: takes responsibility for their actions and is open to constructive feedback

  • Self-managed: stays on top of assignments, appointments and calendar

  • Compassionate: approaches all situations with openness, positivity and curiosity

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Previous experience with teaching or case management work 

  • Past experience in working in the mental health field a plus

  • Past experience in working with people with developmental disabilities and mental health diagnoses a plus

  • Basic computer literacy, specifically with Gmail and Microsoft Office

  • Excellent verbal and written skills

  • Valid California driver's license with proof of insurance required, background check will be conducted

WHAT'S NEXT?

After you apply, we will schedule a phone screening if we feel you’re a strong candidate for the position. Next, we’ll conduct an in-person interview with relevant staff/supervisors. After the interview, regardless of our decision we will be in touch with you promptly.

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Life Skills Trainer

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Life Skills Trainer Position Details

Life Skills Trainers (called Independent Living Skills, or ILS Trainers) provide one-on-one daily living training to individuals with disabilities as they work towards their personal goals and overall independence. Training can range from teaching cooking skills to a young adult who lives with their parents, to providing supervision and conflict resolution between roommates, to helping a senior manage their medication.

This job is a part-time or full time position, $17-$20/hr. Because our clients need support at different times, weekday, evening and weekend shifts are available. You must be available Tuesday mornings 8:30-10am (mandatory staff meeting). Location will vary between the ICS office, client homes and other sites in Marin County.

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

Full-Time:

  • CaliforniaChoice health insurance, 100% paid for by employer (able to add spouse or family member, paid for by employee)

  • Ameritas dental insurance, 100% paid for by employer

  • $50 monthly cell phone reimbursement plus expenses and gas mileage reimbursement

  • Paid sick days, paid holidays, vacation PTO accural, paid bereavement leave

  • Two additional days of PTO each year

  • 401k and FSA plan enrollment available

  • Benefits paid by ICS total approximately $1,500/month for full-time employees

 Part-Time:

  • $25/month cell phone reimbursement plus expenses and gas mileage reimbursement

  • Paid sick days and paid bereavement leave

  • Paid holidays based on regularly scheduled work hours

  • One additional day of PTO each year

DUTIES

  • Train clients around their goals, such as transportation training, domestic skills, socialization, financial skills, personal health and hygiene

  • Keep detailed progress notes after each session and update the client's file on the computer

  • Complete and submit all forms on time, including monthly and annual reports

  • Attend case conferences with clients, families and other agencies they work with if necessary

  • Attend staff meetings to discuss current cases and brainstorm creative solutions to challenges

OUR IDEAL CANDIDATE IS

  • Mission-aligned: promotes diversity and is excited to work alongside people with disabilities

  • Adaptable: thrives in a fast-paced work environment, flexible in work schedule and assignments

  • Responsive: a proactive communicator who answers calls and emails in a timely manner

  • Accountable: takes responsibility for their actions and is open to constructive feedback

  • Self-managed: stays on top of assignments, appointments and calendar

  • Compassionate: approaches all situations with openness, positivity and curiosity

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Previous experience with teaching or case management work 

  • Basic computer literacy, specifically with Gmail and Microsoft Office

  • Excellent verbal and written skills

  • Valid California driver's license with proof of insurance required, background check will be conducted

WHAT'S NEXT?

After you apply, we will schedule a phone screening if we feel you’re a strong candidate for the position. Next, we’ll conduct an in-person interview with relevant staff/supervisors. After the interview, regardless of our decision we will be in touch with you promptly.

Apply Now

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