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Assistant Director, Programs and Services

Salary Range

$5200 to $7866

Summary

Assistant Director reports directly to the Associate Director of Client and Family Services. This position provides assistance with direction and management for the Division. This position is responsible for developing and implementing effective tracking systems, client satisfaction surveys and assists in the regular monitoring and evaluation of programs and services, and reporting of same. This position is also responsible for providing training and technical assistance to staff, providers, clients and families.

Assist in the coordination of programs and services for clients and families. Implement standards, guidelines, and procedures for the effective operation of the Center’s programs and services. Implement effective tracking systems, provide reports on activities, develop and implement client satisfaction surveys. Assist in the development of work-plans for service coordination, including goals and objectives. Assist in the review, monitoring and preparation of reports related to service coordination. Assist with client issues to resolve problems. Responsible for the coordination of quarterly audits to ensure quality documentation that meets State and Center requirements. Assist with the development of staff through orientation, in-service, and continuing education opportunities. Staff councils and task forces as assigned and facilitate their work. Ensure work of the Division meets various internal and external policies, standards and procedures, laws and regulations, guidelines and deadlines. Assumes special projects as required.

Education & Experience

Candidate will have demonstrated knowledge and skills in management, organization and human resources; ability to think strategically and have knowledge and skills in strategic planning theory and practice including methodologies; proven value-driven leadership skill in motivating, mentoring, coaching, and providing consultation and technical assistance to staff, service providers, clients and parents in a variety of settings.

Candidate will also have outstanding interpersonal skills, ability and skill to communicate effectively with a diverse population; excellent writing skills; knowledge and skill in financial matters including preparation of annual budgets, grants writing and contract proposals; demonstrated knowledge and skills in the field of developmental disabilities and related fields particularly in innovative and forward looking approaches to providing services and supports to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.

Candidate must have a Master’s degree in Social, Psychology, Education or related human service field. Must also have five years in middle to upper management with increasingly responsible experience at all levels of providing social or health services to clients in a non-profit or public human service agency. In addition, must be able to work flexible hours, including some evenings and weekends. 

Valid California driver’s license, current automobile insurance, and adequate transportation are required. 

Substantial equivalents may be substituted for the above mentioned requirements.

Filing Deadline

Ongoing until position is filled.

Hours

Full-time

Submit Requests to:

Human Resources Department
Frank D. Lanterman Regional Center
3303 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 700
Los Angeles, California 90010
hr@lanterman.org

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Medicaid Waiver Specialist - Clinical Unit

Salary Range

$3,585 to $5,422

Summary

Under the direction of the director, Clinical Services incumbent implements and facilitates activities necessary to ensure Regional Center’s compliance with all federal and state programs, regulations and Center service coordination standards, including but not limited to: Home and Community Based Waiver Services (Medicaid Waiver) and Institutional Deeming. Other duties include consultation with staff regarding quality assurance, dis-enrollments or Notice of Proposed Action letters and trainings of service coordination staff regarding the documentation necessary for the various federal and state programs.

Education & Experience

Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four year college or university in psychology, social work, human development, human services or a related field and three years of experience in the field of developmental disabilities

Must meet the criteria for a Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMRP) as defined in Title 22 of the California Code of Regulations.

Valid California driver’s license, current automobile insurance and adequate transportation to fulfill position responsibility are also required.

Substantial equivalents may be substituted for the above requirements.

Filing Deadline

Ongoing until position filled.

Hours

Full-time

Submit Requests to:

Human Resources Department
Frank D. Lanterman Regional Center
3303 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 700
Los Angeles, California 90010
hr@lanterman.org

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Regional Manager - Pasadena Unit

Salary Range

$4,728 to $7,151

Summary

Under the general direction of the assistant director, Programs and Services Division, the regional manager is a key management position within the Center and is a member of the leadership team. The manager has an overall responsibility for the management of either a regional or specialized unit; this includes planning, day-to-day management, supervision of professional and support staff assigned, monitoring and evaluating the work of the unit. Assignment varies and may include Intake and Assessment, service coordination, or specialized service coordination such as early intervention or aging, Will provide leadership to the unit towards the mission and vision of the Center and promotes the strategic direction. This position ensures that standards are maintained, staff comply with regulations and policies and procedures, and that reports, statistic and other required documentation are accomplished and submitted in a timely and professional manner. Regional managers assist with the development and implementation of quality enhancements activities. Position is also responsible for implementing Self Directed Work Teams, providing leadership, education, and ongoing mentoring.

Education & Experience

A bachelor’s degree in social, behavioral, special education, early childhood education or related human service field and four years increasing responsible related professional experience, preferably working with persons with developmental disabilities and previous supervisory experience. A master’s degree may substitute up to two years of experience.

A valid California driver’s license and current automobile insurance is a must. Candidate will also have adequate transportation to fulfill position responsibilities as required.

Filing Deadline

Ongoing until position is filled.

Hours

Full-time

Submit Requests to:

Human Resources Department
Frank D. Lanterman Regional Center
3303 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 700
Los Angeles, California 90010
hr@lanterman.org

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Secretary - Pasadena Unit (Bilingual Spanish/English)

Salary Range

$2,120 to $3,206

Summary

Position is responsible for the maintenance of a variety files which includes sorting, classifying, indexing, cross-referencing documents for filing and searching/retrieving files or contents as necessary. Ensures documents are accurately filed within appropriate time limits, schedules appointments, processes related paperwork and distributes appropriate lists required in specific units in a timely fashion. Compiles, computes, tabulates, and verifies data; prepares routine reports, assists in preparing special reports, ensuring accuracy and completeness. Verifies information on computer printouts; and resolves discrepancies. Position also requires the daily processing of mail; coordination of mass mailings, maintenance and updates of manuals to ensure they are current at all times.

Education & Experience

Associate's degree in a social services field, or equivalent college course work combined with a minimum of 2 to 3 years of administrative assistant experience. Candidate will be able to multi-task and posses strong oral and written communication skills.

Bilingual Spanish/English required.

Filing Deadline

Ongoing until position is filled.

Hours

Full-time

Submit Requests to:

Human Resources Department
Frank D. Lanterman Regional Center
3303 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 700
Los Angeles, California 90010
hr@lanterman.org

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Training Coordinator

Salary Range

$2,732 to $4,113

Summary

Under the direction of the Director of Training and Development, the Training Coordinator coordinates training and education needs of staff, clients, parents, service providers and board members by assisting with the administration of the Learning Management System and performing various administrative in-house support duties for the unit. These functions may include the coordination of trainings, meetings, and/or events, event management; both internal and external; financial tracking and reporting, learning management system administration, computer technical support for online learning center users and speaker presentation set up.

Education & Experience

To successfully perform the essential job functions the incumbent will have a bachelor’s degree and three (3) years of training coordination experience. Must have strong knowledge of Microsoft operating systems, Internet Explorer web browser, Internet search tools and be proficient in learning management systems administration.

Bilingual Spanish/English a plus.

Substantial equivalents may be substituted for the above mentioned requirements.

Valid California driver’s license, current automobile insurance and adequate transportation to fulfill position responsibility are also required.

Filing Deadline

Ongoing until position is filled.

Hours

Full-time

Submit Requests to:

Human Resources Department
Frank D. Lanterman Regional Center
3303 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 700
Los Angeles, California 90010
hr@lanterman.org

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