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Community Living Specialist - Residential Unit (Bilingual Spanish/English Preferred)

Salary Range

$3,835 to $5,802

Summary

Under the direction of the regional manager, this position will perform service coordination and community placement planning, with and on behalf of individuals residing at the State Developmental Center (SDC) under legal commitment. Participates in all legal proceedings and ensures that needed and court-ordered services and programming are being provided to assist the client in overwhelming barriers to a less restrictive community placement. Assess needs of the individuals, finding appropriate resources to ensure success in the community and crisis intervention using a team approach.

Incumbent will have ongoing knowledge of principles, techniques and trends of case management. Will be able to effectively utilize and apply required knowledge, establish and maintain effective working relationships, secure accurate data and records such data systematically. Will also prepare clear, accurate, and concise reports, analyze and interpret statistical data, and analyze situations accurately as well as take prompt and effective action. Will develop network of social resources, speak and write effectively and work with a variety of people including those of different cultures and life-styles.

Education & Experience

Bachelor's degree in social, behavioral, special education or life science AND four years professionally related experience, one year preferably working with persons with developmental disabilities. A master’s degree may be substituted for one year of required experience. Substantial equivalents may be substituted for the above requirements.

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

Bilingual Spanish/English preferred but not required.

Filing Deadline

Friday, October 6, 2017

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 - New School Age Unit (Bilingual Spanish/English)

Salary Range

$2,483 to $3,756

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

Associates degree in a social services field, or equivalent college course work combined with a minimum of two to three years of administrative assistant experience is required. Candidate will be able to multi-task, be detail oriented, and possess excellent oral and written communication skills.

Bilingual Spanish/English required.

Filing Deadline

September 30, 2017

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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Service Coordinator - Early Intervention (Bilingual Spanish/English)

Salary Range

$3,519 to $5,323

Summary

Under the direction of the regional manager, this position will provide service coordination with and on behalf of infants and toddlers with developmental disabilities and their families. The service coordinator will ensure clients receive services and supports consistent with individual concerns, desires and priorities. Further, the service coordinator will be expected to work in a partnership with clients, families, service providers and members of the community at large.

Education & Experience

Bachelor’s degree in social, behavioral, child development, special education or life science, combined with two years professionally related experience; one year preferably working with people with developmental disabilities. A master’s degree may be substituted for one year of required experience. Substantial equivalents may be substituted for the above requirements.

Bilingual Spanish/English required.

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

Filing Deadline

Friday, October 6, 2017

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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