Weekly Provider Bulletin
March 28, 2018
The Children's Trust Announces
FIVE New Grant Opportunities to be Released April 9!

Early Childhood
  • Read to Learn Books for Free: Ensures children have access to books via bookshelves maintained in public spaces.
  • Comprehensive Early Intervention Services: Provide interventions for children under age 6 identified with mild developmental delays (10-29%) who do not meet state eligibility for IDEA.
  • Early Learning Career Center & Scholarship Administration: Provides career advising and manages a countywide educational scholarship program for early learning professionals.

Program and Professional Development Supports
  • Youth Development Programs: Ensure availability of quality youth-serving programs.
  • Inclusion Services for Programs Serving Children & Youth: Ensure availability of quality, inclusive programs for children and youth with disabilities.

Visit the Grants section of our website to learn about our application process. A combined bidders' conference and application training for all five releases is scheduled for Wednesday, April 11, 1-4:30 p.m., in the United Way Ryder Room, 3250 SW 3rd Avenue, Miami, FL 33129; click here to reserve your space. Application deadline for all five releases is on Monday, May 7, 2018, at 4:59 p.m.
Trust-Funded Providers: Growth Plans for Summer-Only Programs
Kindly note that when summer-only (YAS/YEN/EEI) programs were renewed by The Children’s Trust board, we indicated in the growth plan summary that growth plans would be developed upon contract execution. The focus of the first growth plan is to reflect on last year’s data, including the research end of year review, summer CAT observation and CM review, and implement any changes during summer 2018. Contract managers will be collaborating with providers to complete the first growth plan by May 15 and the second growth/summary plan by August 15.
Promote Your Event for FREE on our Community Calendar
If your organization is having an event, let us know and we'll help you promote it. Events can be for the community at large or specific to other service providers in Miami-Dade County. The only requirement is that they offer no- or low-cost opportunities to attendees; please note that we are unable to include galas and fundraisers at this time. Events can be health fairs, back-to-school events, movie screenings, training and professional development, or similar events. Simply fill out our online Community Outreach and Calendar Form at least two weeks prior to your event to get started.
Providers & Partners, Tell Us All About Your Good Work!
From the Herald to the Miami Times to CBS 4, Trust-funded programs and initiatives throughout the community have been featured for the life-changing services they provide to the children and families of Miami-Dade - and you could be next. Click here to tell us about your latest triumphs and you just may turn on the TV or turn a page in the paper to see your face!
The Advocacy Network on Disabilities: Upcoming Trainings

  • Count Me In: Teaching Children to Embrace Diversity Thursday, April 5, 10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., West Dade Regional Library, 9445 Coral Way, Miami, FL 33165
  • Navigating Community Resources Thursday, April 19, 10 a.m. - noon, Alper JCC, 11155 SW 112th Avenue, Miami, FL 33176
  • An Administrator’s Overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Friday, April 27, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., Tamiami Park, 11201 SW 24th Street, Miami, FL 33165
  • Discovering Inclusion 2: Beyond Awareness Friday, April 27, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., Cutler Bay, FL 33157

Discovering Inclusion training now available online! This training introduces different types of disabilities, benefits of inclusion, People First Language, respectful etiquette and the characteristics of an inclusive program; this training fulfills The Children’s Trust’s Inclusion training requirements.

Registration is required for all trainings; click here to register.
Injury Prevention: Upcoming Trainings
All Trust-funded providers are required to participate in childhood injury prevention capacity-building efforts facilitated by the Public Health Trust's Injury Free Coalition for Kids of Miami. Remaining available trainings for April are listed below; visit our community calendar at www.thechildrenstrust.org for full descriptions and registration information. All trainings held at 1601 NW 12th Avenue, Miami, FL 33136, unless otherwise indicated.

  • Passenger Safety & Education Wednesday, April 11, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
  • Home Safety Training & Education Wednesday, April 11, 3-4 p.m.
  • Passenger Safety & Education Wednesday, April 18, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
  • Home Safety Training & Education Wednesday, April 18, 3-4 p.m.
  • Passenger Safety & Education Wednesday, April 25, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
  • Home Safety Training & Education Wednesday, April 25, 3-4 p.m.
  • CPS (Child Passenger Safety) Tuesday, April 3-Friday, April 6, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Jackson North Medical Center, 160 NW 170th Street, North Miami Beach, FL 33169
From Our Friends
FREE Summer Meals for Children & Youth - Sign Up TODAY!
Summer BreakSpot, a program that provides free meals to children and youth ages birth-18 years at participating service sites, is underway. We encourage ALL children and youth summer program providers to contact sponsors TODAY to secure participation at each of their program service sites. Be sure to confirm available menus (hot or cold) and delivery times BEFORE making a decision on which sponsor best meets the needs of your participants and program environment. In addition, we strongly urge providers to designate their program service sites as “open sites,” where children and youth ages birth-18 years living in their communities may also participate in the free meals program, even if they do not participate in provider programming. Open sites serve a critical role in minimizing food insecurity in Miami-Dade while schools are closed and are, for some children, a literal lifesaver. The Children’s Trust is also supporting Florida Impact efforts to increase accessibility to summer meals for those children who have no access to open sites, through pediatric clinics and WIC and HUB sites. Contact Sam Hopwood at shopwood@flimpact.org for more information. Parents can call 211 or text FOOD or COMIDA (for Spanish) to 877-877 to find service sites delivering summer meals for children ages birth-18 near their home. Click here for additional Summer BreakSpot resources; current sponsors are listed below:

  • After-School Program (ASP) Contact Christina at 954.596.9000.
  • Christian Fellowship CDC In addition to programs/sites serving children and youth up to age 18, the organization seeks to support those that serve developmentally delayed young adults over the age of 18. Contact Anna Jackson at 305.308.0542.
  • Community Action Agency Contact Rany Panchanathan at 786.469.4789 or ppncha@miamidade.gov.
  • FLIPANY Visit www.flipany.org for more information and to register; a free, one-time healthy food demo event for parents is available for 50 or more participants. Contact Viktoriya Yudovina at 954.636.2388 or vyudovina@flipany.org.
  • Miami-Dade County Public Schools Contact Berne Galvez at mgalvezberne@dadeschools.net.
  • Rayfield Family Literacy Contact Senetta Carter at 800.913.5481, 954.894.0518 or senettacar@aol.com.
  • Sisters for Abundant Living Download an application at www.sistersforabundantliving.com; Contact Courtney at 305.826.7900.
  • Village Youth Services In addition to free meals, Village Youth Services is also offering free nutrition education workshops. Contact Lamekka Noble at 305.621.5836 or info@villageyouth.org.
Is Your Nonprofit Organization FASB Ready?
Join MBAF and FMA for an informative breakfast on the new Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) updates on nonprofit reporting, its key provisions and what these changes will mean for your nonprofit. Targeted to CEOs, executive directors, CFOs, controllers and board members, those who attend will learn how the accounting standards update affects the presentation of your organization’s financial statements, including net asset classification, liquidity and expenses; how to get your nonprofit ready for the new financial reporting and planning requirements; and how nonprofits communicate financial results to donors and stakeholders. This FREE event will take place on Wednesday, April 4, 8-10 a.m., at 1450 Brickell Avenue, 14th Floor, Miami, FL 33131; click here to RSVP.
Parent Leadership & Advocacy Training
Catalyst Miami is currently recruiting a new cohort of its signature parent leadership program, the Parent Leadership Training Institute (PLTI), and its parallel children’s program, Children's Leadership Training Institute (CLTI). Developed by a leading national university, the program equips its graduates with the tools needed to identify, plan and create solutions to their most pressing community challenges. You do not need to be a parent to participate; however, young leaders participating in CLTI must have a parent in PLTI. Click here to learn more.
Panel: Mentoring Young Girls
Girls Coalition, a program of Women's Fund Miami, announces a special mentoring panel/workshop on Wednesday, April 11, 9-10:30 a.m., to be held at Girl Power, 1600 NW 3rd Avenue, Miami, FL 33136. A panel of experts will facilitate an interactive discussion as it explores various formats for mentoring programs, and examines both the challenges and benefits of mentoring. Girls Coalition meetings are targeted to nonprofit professionals who work with girls’ groups; they provide critical resources and guidance that help shape the leaders of tomorrow. Share this invitation with others you know – all are welcome! Click here for additional information; email fran@womensfundmiami.org to RSVP.
Training: Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health
Christine Hughes, Ph.D., developmental psychologist and leader in the maternal and child health and education fields, announces a three-part series of trainings on infant and early childhood mental health for professionals who work with young children and their families. There has never been a clearer time for professionals serving infants and young children to learn about good mental health at the earliest ages - what it is, how we foster it and what that means for our services and programs. This is a must for anyone who works with children under 6 years of age. Trainings to be held on Tuesday, April 17, Tuesday, May 15 and Tuesday, June 19; $45 fee per class (late registration rate is $60). Register by April 9 at www.thedevelopingmother.com/events or by calling 786.529.1314.
Grant Opportunities
Attention Nonprofits: Share Your Change-Making Ideas to Get Funded!
United Way of Miami-Dade announces two new grant opportunities through Inspire305, a new initiative calling on innovators, change-makers and emerging philanthropic leaders who are working on systemic change in our community. Selected finalists will be put to a public online vote and pitch their nonprofit at a culminating Inspire305 event in June. There will be two grants awarded: a $25,000 Grand Innovator award and a $10,000 Trailblazer award. Deadline to apply is Friday, April 13, 2018, 11:59 p.m.; visit inspire305.org for more information and application guidelines.
Scholarship Opportunities
Visual & Performing Arts
The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation announces several funding opportunities for students:

  • Visual Arts Scholarship This $3,000 award is for students with majors in the visual arts including, but not limited to, architecture, ceramics, drawing, fashion, graphic design, illustration, interior design, painting, photography, sketching, video production and other decorative arts. Click here for more information and to apply; deadline is on Friday, April 20, 5 p.m.
  • Performing Arts Scholarship This $3,000 award is for full-time students with majors in the performing arts including, but not limited to, drama, music, dance, opera, marching bands and other musical ensembles. Click here for more information and to apply; deadline is on Friday, April 20, 5 p.m.
  • Education Scholarship This $500-$8,200 award is for students of all majors who are preparing to pursue or are currently pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree full-time at a U.S. accredited college or university. Click here for more information and to apply; deadline is on Friday, May 18, 5 p.m.
Career Opportunities
*Denotes new posting
Available Positions at The Children's Trust

  • Accounting Manager * To be responsible for reviewing and critically analyzing financial information and provider documents within the framework of “Results-Based Accountability (RBA)” and with an emphasis on maintaining quality internal control standards. This includes, but is not limited to, the supervision of work performed by staff accountants in accordance with The Trust's procurement and accounting policies and procedures, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), regulations promulgated by the Governmental Accounting Standards (GASB) and Government Auditing Standards. As directed by the CFO, the accounting manager will be engaged in key functions such as planning, managing, monitoring and evaluating the fiscal activities and functions of The Trust and its service-providing organizations to ensure that daily and long-term financial activities and controls are created and maintained to achieve organizational objectives and safeguard assets. Submission end date for consideration is Friday, March 30.
  • Contract Manager * To be responsible for administering and monitoring contracts for various programs and services funded by The Trust. This position requires proficiency in Haitian-Creole and will work with our direct services providers and community partners serving the Haitian community. Specific duties include, but are not limited to, assisting with the development and management of the bid solicitation process; negotiating contracts and their budgets; managing the process of executing contracts; monitoring funded programs and services; participating in meetings and professional development activities; managing contract amendments and revisions; and managing contract compliance. Submission end date for consideration is ongoing.
  • Research & Evaluation Analyst To serve as a critical member of both cross- and interdepartmental teams who engages in proactive problem-solving and critical thinking/analysis related to particular child, youth and family program areas and populations. Primary responsibilities include the identification and critical review of evidence-based/best practices in specified program areas; assistance for funded service providers and Trust staff on development of program performance measures; oversight of reporting methods for capturing program performance; regular appraisal of basic program performance statistics and data analyses; contribution to reports that explain initiative results to a variety of audiences; and systems enhancement to ensure accountability. This exempt salaried position works under general supervision and support of a senior research and evaluation analyst. Submission end date for consideration is ongoing.

Request for Proposals: Website Design
The Healthy Start Coalition of Miami-Dade announces a Request for Proposals (RFP) for website redesign. The agency provides information on its programs and services through its website, including the Healthy Start Program, MomCare Program and the Fetal Infant Mortality Review project. The website also provides a venue for event and meeting registration, and serves to share documents and forms with contracted providers and community partners. Healthy Start contracted providers use the website to advertise group classes to clients, and retrieve forms and contractual documents through a secure portal. Healthcare providers and community partners in Miami-Dade County use the website to learn about Healthy Start Coalition programs and services, retrieve important documents such as referral forms, and complete forms to request educational materials related to maternal, infant and child health. Community partners will also find on the website dates and information on upcoming trainings and meetings to discuss maternal and infant health topics. Those interested in applying to this RFP may contact Evelyn Castillo at ecastillo@hscmd.org or 305.541.0210 to request a copy of the RFP in its entirety. Deadline for submission is Friday, March 30, at 5 p.m. ET.
Case Manager - MSW/BSW
Miami Bridge Youth & Family Services seeks a case manager for residential services to provide case management and counseling services to runaway, truant and other troubled youth and their families. Must demonstrate cultural competency and sensitivity to all service populations, employees and stakeholders. For complete job description, qualifications and application guidelines, visit www.miamibridge.org.
Lead VPK Teacher *
Cherry Blossom Learning Center #2 seeks a full-time lead VPK teacher. Must be fluent in English and possess VPK credentials. Call 305.573.4445 for more information.
Manager of Donor Development *
The Miami Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired seeks an experienced donor development manager to secure yearly gifts from individual donors and meet fundraising goals. Must possess bachelor's degree from an accredited institution and two years' significant relevant experience in fundraising. Email résumé to employment@miamilighthouse.org.
Nonprofit Grants Manager - QuickBooks Experience a Must!
Lotus House seeks a grants manager to assist with financial/contractual reporting and compliance to funding and regulating agencies. Responsibilities include without limitation, generating and interpreting financial reports, classing of revenue and expenses, narrative and financial reporting to various funding and government agencies, other contract and grant compliance matters, and more. Must possess minimum five years' + experience in grants management and proficiency in QuickBooks software. Email résumé to anna@lotushouse.org.
Preschool Director *
Cornerstone Kids Preschool seeks a full-time preschool director for a year-round, 70 student, faith-based preschool at Cornerstone United Methodist Church in Cutler Bay. Responsibilities include supervision of 15+ teachers, aides and custodial staff; oversight of day-to-day operations; providing quality child-centered educational programs for children ages 18 months to 5 years, including pre-K and VPK; and supporting the Christian education of students by supporting a bridge within the church and preschool environment. Must possess state of Florida Director's Credential with VPK endorsement, FCCPC, AA/AS or above, and two years' relevant experience. Email résumé to pcook@cornerstonemiami.org.
Preschool Director *
A Sunny Start Preschool II seeks a preschool director to be responsible for handling day-to-day administrative duties. Must possess flexibility to address the daily business demands of the center, including scheduled working hours; DCF 45 hours and CDA or FCCPC (preferred); excellent communication and people skills; positive attitude and ability to take direction well; relevant experience; bilingual fluency (English/Spanish); and ability to work with little to no supervision. Email résumé and cover letter, including salary history, to cristy@sunnystartpreschool.com.
Program Evaluation Specialist
Q-Q Research Consultants seeks a highly qualified program evaluation specialist to provide both process and outcome evaluation to multiple 21st Century Community Learning Centers programs. Must be able to determine fidelity between the program in theory and in action, assess the program’s progress in meeting stated outcomes, carry out work in a manner that considers the practical application and usefulness of the evaluation, engage the client in the process and present findings in a way that supports data-informed decision-making. Must also meet deadlines and offer assistance and consultation to clients as needed. Email résumé to robyn@qqresearchconsultants.com.
Site/Office Manager
Kristi House seeks a site/office manager for its Project GOLD program drop in center. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assisting members and emerging members of the center access needed personnel or services; providing information and assistance to callers and visitors that vary from crisis needs to law enforcement issues to support needs; and shopping, planning and leading staff in the preparation of the evening meal. Must possess community college degree or experience working in nonprofit organizations; ability to work well with staff and clients from diverse cultures and ethnicities; and ability to interact well with at-risk girls and victims of trauma. For complete job description, qualifications and application guidelines, visit www.kristihouse.org
Special Events & Grants Coordinator *
United Community Options seeks a special events and grants coordinator to plan and coordinate fundraising events and campaigns independently, develop and market event sponsorship proposals, and create effective sales presentations for potential sponsors and supporters (both individual and group). Must possess bachelor’s degree or equivalent training and experience; excellent written and oral communication skills; excellent organizational skills; ability to work with all types of people, multitask and work well under pressure; willingness to travel throughout South Florida and work evenings and weekends as necessary; flexibility and a positive attitude; reliable transportation; experience in Microsoft Office including Word, Outlook, Excel and Publisher; and experience with internet use. Previous development experience preferred; must pass a background/drug screening. Email résumé to donnadeacon@uco-ucpsfl.org.
Teachers - Infants & Toddlers *
1 World Learning Center seeks a part-time infant teacher and a full-time early toddler teacher. Email résumé to oneworldlearningcenter@yahoo.com.
Tutor *
The Center for Independent Living of South Florida seeks a tutor for adults with disabilities enrolled in vocational, ABE or GED in math and/or reading and writing. Flexible hours based on student needs; must be available at least two days/week. Qualifications include bachelor's or associate degree with a vocational education certificate; excellent math, reading and writing skills; exemplary communication and instructional skills; and the ability to pass local, state and federal background checks. Email résumé to larry@cilsf.org or fax to 305.751.8944, Attention: Workforce Development.
Available Positions at Gang Alternative *

  • Director of Programs To be responsible for overseeing general management of all program areas, including program development, delivery, reporting, monitoring, fundraising, budget setting, knowledge management and external relationship management. This position reports to the CEO and is part of the senior management team. Must possess master’s degree in business administration or related field; 10 years’ experience with proven track record of effectively leading a performance-/outcome-based program and staff, preferably in a nonprofit setting; minimum five years' senior leadership experience supervising middle management staff; and demonstrated experience in writing grant proposals (local, state, federal).
  • Parent Navigator For its' Circle of Strength program. Will report to program manager and use personal experiences and knowledge to assist with planning, problem-solving, education and empowerment; be an advocate in the operations and development of many legal, educational and clinical settings for families; and work to increase awareness and improve effectiveness of parent-professional partnerships. Must possess minimum high school diploma/GED (some college preferred), basic computer and internet use skills; ability to pass a Level 2 background check; and reliable transportation with appropriate insurance coverage. This is a part-time (20 hours/week) position with evening/weekend flexibility.
  • Therapist For its’ Circle of Strength program. Will provide behavioral health services in an outpatient, community-based program serving children, adolescents and their families. Must possess master’s degree in social work, psychology or closely related discipline; experience providing counseling and or psychotherapy services; and demonstrated knowledge in the areas of trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, diagnostic assessment, long- and short-term treatment, family systems theory and group treatment. Must also be willing to work evenings and weekends as deemed necessary, and possess reliable transportation.

Email résumé to hr@myga.org.
Available Positions at the Institute for Child and Family Health

  • CAT Children Mentor To assist clients with educational, vocational and life skills development, and help families enhance their family support network. Minimum high school diploma and at least one year experience working with children and adolescents in group, classroom, tutoring or related settings. Must also be knowledgeable in areas of child development, family functioning, child abuse and neglect, and resistant clients; skilled in collaborating with other disciplines and services; possess a strong ability to work directly with the public; and able to work in a busy and often hectic environment. Availability to provide in-home services and work evening hours required.
  • Developmental Specialist II - PACE Program To provide support to Developmental Specialists I when conducting parenting classes and parent-child interaction groups, purchasing and maintaining program materials, and obtaining donations from community partners. Bachelor’s degree in mental health or related field (degree in child development preferred); knowledge in areas of child development, infant mental health, family functioning, child abuse and neglect, and resistant clients; and proven skill in collaborating with other disciplines and services required. Must also participate in and successfully complete training on The Incredible Years Curriculum.
  • Functional Family Therapy (FFT) Program Supervisor * To provide clinical supervision and documentation review that ensures services provided are family centered, and focused on increasing youth’s ability to successfully cope with life challenges and build resiliency using fidelity to the Functional Family Therapy (FFT) model. Must possess master’s degree from an accredited college or university in social work, marriage and family therapy or mental health counseling; knowledge in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of children/adolescents and families, child development, family functioning, co-occurring disorders, crisis intervention, and child abuse and neglect; minimum three years’ experience working with children and/or adolescents with behavioral health needs; maintain an active Florida license with the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling; and be a Florida approved qualified supervisor or become a qualified supervisor within 30 days of hire.
  • Hourly Direct Therapist - Part/Full-Time To be responsible for, but not limited to, participating in monthly case staffing meetings and implementing therapeutic treatment plans for emotionally disturbed children/adolescents through individual, group therapy and behavioral management. Minimum master's level degree in social work, mental health counseling, marriage and family therapy or psychology with current state of Florida license or Registered Intern status with state of Florida. Two years' experience with severely emotionally disturbed children; knowledge in areas of child development, family functioning, child abuse and neglect, and resistant clients; and skill in collaborating with other disciplines and services, required. Must successfully complete a background screening.
  • Mental Health Targeted Case Manager To be responsible for providing community-based case management services to assigned clients. These services include, but are not limited to, assessing clients' need for services, advocating and linking to services, and monitoring services. All case management services must be provided in accordance with the Medicaid Mental Health Targeted Case Management Handbook, ICFH policies and procedures, and all applicable laws and regulations. Must possess bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college with a major in counseling, social work, psychology, criminal justice, nursing, rehabilitation, special education, health education or a related human services field, and one year full-time or equivalent related case management experience working with children with serious emotional disturbances; or a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college and three years' full-time or equivalent related case management experience working with children with serious emotional disturbances. Résumé must clearly reflect related experience; completion of AHCA approved mental health targeted case management training within three months of initially supervising case managers, if training has not previously been completed, also a must.

Email résumé to aballoveras@icfhinc.org.
Available Positions at Our Kids of Miami-Dade/Monroe

  • Director of Program Operations Responsibilities include ensuring that day-to-day operations are efficient and effective, and that proper management of resources and the delivery of quality services are a priority and are integrated into the child welfare system of care; coaching and leading direct reports to exceed performance expectations; working with a diverse group of external clients and internal contacts at all levels of the organization; planning, prioritizing and organizing a diversified workload; and recommending and executing improvements in organizational procedures.
  • Vice President & Chief Operations Officer Responsibilities include directing and managing enterprise IT plans, schedules, assets, policies and programs for data processing, network communications, business operations, computer services and management information systems; ensuring the privacy and security of user information systems; identifying emerging information technologies to be analyzed, assimilated, and integrated within the enterprise; and driving organizational best practices for risk management, technology/analytics project resource allocation and prioritization.

For complete job description, qualifications and application guidelines, visit www.ourkids.us.
Available Positions at PsychSolutions *

  • Community-Based Therapists To provide mental health and substance abuse counseling services to clients of PsychSolutions under the direct clinical supervision of a clinical manager. Must possess master’s degree from an accredited university or college with a major in the field of counseling, social work, psychology, nursing, rehabilitation, special education, health education or a related human services field; two years' experience providing services to persons with behavioral illnesses (experience with children, adolescents and their families highly preferred, as is previous experience with home visits and managed care health); ability to provide assessment in home, school and various community settings; and ability to work flexible hours to accommodate needs of clients and family. Recent graduates without prior experience will work under the supervision of a licensed practitioner of the healing arts. Bilingual fluency (English/Spanish) preferred; background screening required. Sign-on bonus available.
  • Initial Treatment Evaluators To conduct initial assessments for children and adolescents who are referred to PsychSolutions in order to determine eligibility criteria for services. Must possess master’s degree in mental health field; minimum two years' full-time experience working directly with children and adolescents; assessment experience; current and unrestricted license issued by the state of Florida Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, or Mental Health Counselor Board; ability to provide assessment in home, school and various community settings; and flexible hours to accommodate the needs of clients and family. Bilingual fluency (English/Spanish) preferred; background screening required. Sign-on bonus available.
  • Intake Manager To perform a variety of duties that facilitate the efficient operation of the intake and medication clinic departments; ensure that referrals and new medication management cases are processed accurately and in a timely manner to ensure optimal customer service; and fulfill quality assurance responsibilities while performing all other tasks, under the immediate supervision of the director of operations. Must possess bilingual fluency (English/Spanish). Bachelor's degree in psychology, social work or related field, preferred; administrative/clerical experience highly preferred.

Email résumé to psychsolutions.hr@miapsi.com.
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