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    City of Berkeley-Behavioral Health Clinician II
    City of Berkeley is now accepting applications for Behavioral Health Clinician II! The City of Berkeley's Mental Health division is within the Health, Housing and Community Services Department (HHCS). A commitment to cultural competence and a wellness/recovery orientation are essential to the work of the Mental Health Division.Behavioral Health Clinician II's provide a variety of community behavioral health services to clients and to the community in an outpatient setting, and handles complex or difficult client cases. Responsibilities include conducting assessments; performing case coordination, care management, and rehabilitative services; providing diagnosis and treatment plans; providing psychotherapy; and preparing reports, case summaries, and other required forms to maintain a case within the clinic. Incumbents may lead teams conducting intake assessments and crisis intervention.Below are descriptions of the core Mental Health teams that service the Berkeley community:Adult Full Service Partnership Team (FSP): The (FSP) team is responsible for providing services to approximately 65 clients who are considered the highest need within our adult mental health service system. Clients assigned to this level of care have been difficult to engage in mental health services in the past, and had difficulty with frequent hospitalizations and maintaining housing. The FSP team is based on an Assertive Community Treatment Model which involves low staff-to-client ratios at approximately 12:1, and a focus on providing care as a team rather than individual case load assignments. Services are primarily provided in the community rather than in an office setting.  At the time of developing this job announcement, there are no vacancies for this team.Comprehensive Community Treatment Team (CCT): The CCT team is responsible for providing services to approximately 170 adults with severe and persistent mental illness who require specialty mental health services. Staff-to-client ratios are maintained at approximately 20:1. Clients receiving services from the CCT team will receive case management and therapeutic services, and also have access to clinic group services. Services are provided in the field, as well as in the clinic depending on client needs. Case managers typically meet with clients on a weekly to monthly basis to provide services and support.At the time of developing this job announcement, there is one career, full-time vacancy for the Comprehensive Community Care Team.Family, Youth and Children Team (FYC):  The FYC team is responsible for providing services to a wide array of children, adolescents, and families in Berkeley and Albany who are experiencing mental health concerns.  Services are provided at schools, in the field, as well as in the clinic.At the time of developing this job announcement, there are no vacancies for this team.Focus on Independence Team (FIT): The FIT is responsible for providing services to approximately 100 clients who have graduated from higher levels of care within the clinic. The team was formerly referred to as the "Meds Only," but the name was changed to Focus on Independence Team when we expanded staffing and services offered at this level of care. Staff-to-client ratios are approximately 35:1. Services are provided both in the field and in the clinic depending on client needs. At the time of developing this job announcement, there is one career, full-time vacancy for the Focus on Independence Team.  Homeless Outreach and Treatment Team (HOTT):  The HOTT's primary goal is to engage, house, and connect to treatment, individuals who have significant mental health and related disorders, and are currently living on the streets of Berkeley and Albany. The HOTT focuses on mental health treatment, housing, and linkage to resources, with short term housing support available.  The goal is to connect individuals to the existing network of resources, with the hope of creating the possibility of less community disruption, reduce hospitalization and incarceration rates, and reduce the presence of chronically homeless people on the streets.  Most importantly, we aim to reduce the suffering taking place in our community.At the time of developing this job announcement, there is one temporary, full-time, benefited vacancy for the Homeless Outreach and Treatment Team.   The Mobile Crisis Team (MCT): The MCT provides crisis intervention services at locations throughout the community, disaster and trauma-related mental health services, and consultation regarding mental health issues to the police and fire departments, hospital emergency personnel, community agencies, and citizens.  The team is on duty from 11 am to 10 pm, 365 days per year.  Most services are field-based.  Types of calls include 5150 evaluations, phone and in-person crisis intervention, de-escalation, assessment, and support; consultation regarding mental health issues to hospital emergency personnel, community agencies, business owners, City staff, and citizens; homeless outreach and engagement in conjunction with our Homeless Outreach staff; and provision of information, referrals, and support to consumers and family members.At the time of developing this job announcement, there is one hourly, non-benefited vacancy for the Mobile Crisis Team.The employment eligible list established from this recruitment will be valid for one year, and the department will have access to the list for all current and future vacancies within the life of the eligible list.   REQUIREMENTS: EDUCATION: A master's degree from a recognized school of Social Work, Counseling, Psychiatric Nursing, or other Marriage and Family Therapy eligible discipline, or a doctorate degree in Psychology, with field placement in a medical, psychiatric, or community mental health setting. ANDEXPERIENCE: Two (2) years experience in an out-patient clinic, hospital, child guidance clinic, mental health program, or family agency which included regular psychiatric consultation. AND LICENSE Must possess a License as a Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, or Psychologist, as provided for by California state law. OTHER REQUIREMENTS Must be able to travel to various locations within and outside of Berkeley to meet program needs and to fulfill the job responsibilities. When driving on City business, incumbents must have a valid California driver's license as well as a satisfactory driving record. Applicants must submit the following: City of Berkeley Employment Application Supplemental Questionnaire All materials must be received no later than 5:00 PM (PST) on the closing date. Postmarks, faxes and incomplete applications will not be accepted. Resumes are not a substitute for a completed application.The examination process will consist of: Review of applications for minimum qualifications for the position and to ensure all materials have been submitted. Applicants passing all examination phases will have their names placed on an employment eligible list that hiring department(s) will use to conduct final selection interviews. Hiring Department(s) will contact applicants directly if selected to participate in their hiring/selection process. Candidates under final consideration for employment with the City should expect to undergo an employment background / reference check that may include, but is not limited to: employment history, confirmation of educational credentials and degrees, licenses including driver's license, registrations, certificates, and other credentials as part of the appointment process. Some positions, depending on the nature of the work, also require a credit check and a review of Summary Criminal History obtained from the State Department of Justice through Live Scan fingerprinting.DISCLAIMER: The provisions of this bulletin do not constitute a contract, expressed or implied, and any provisions contained in this bulletin may be modified or revoked without notice. Tests may consist of any combination of written, oral or other exercises or assessment procedures that test content. Components may include, but are not necessarily limited to, typing, math, reading, writing and analytical skills; problem solving ability; computer and software proficiency, or any other job-related knowledge, skill, ability or qualification. The City may, without notice, change or eliminate any particular assessment component or combination of components as needs dictate.All City employees are required to provide services as Disaster Service Workers in the event of an emergency/disaster.Exam Access Accommodation: In compliance with local, state and federal laws and regulations, the City of Berkeley will employ and promote qualified individuals without regard to disability. The City is committed to making reasonable accommodations in the examination process and in the work environment. Individuals requesting reasonable accommodations in the examination process must do so no later than the final filing date for receipt of applications, otherwise it may not be possible to arrange accommodations for the selection process. Such requests should be addressed to the Human Resources Department | 1-510-981-6800 | hr@cityofberkeley.info |2180 Milvia 1st Floor, Berkeley, CA 94704.  Requests can be made via email, phone, or in writing via U.S. mail. Alternative Application Formats: This application material is available in alternative formats upon request. Alternative formats include audio-format, braille, large print, electronic text, etc. Please contact the ADA Coordinator, 2180 Milvia Street, Berkeley | Phone: 1-(510)-981-6300 | TTY: 1-(510)-981-6347| ADA@cityofberkeley.info and allow 7-10 days for production of the material in an alternative format. The City of Berkeley is an EEO/ADA Employer.
    City of Berkeley-Behavioral Health Clinician II
    City of Berkeley is now accepting applications for Behavioral Health Clinician II! The City of Berkeley's Mental Health division is within the Health, Housing and Community Services Department (HHCS). A commitment to cultural competence and a wellness/recovery orientation are essential to the work of the Mental Health Division.Behavioral Health Clinician II's provide a variety of community behavioral health services to clients and to the community in an outpatient setting, and handles complex or difficult client cases. Responsibilities include conducting assessments; performing case coordination, care management, and rehabilitative services; providing diagnosis and treatment plans; providing psychotherapy; and preparing reports, case summaries, and other required forms to maintain a case within the clinic. Incumbents may lead teams conducting intake assessments and crisis intervention.Below are descriptions of the core Mental Health teams that service the Berkeley community:Adult Full Service Partnership Team (FSP): The (FSP) team is responsible for providing services to approximately 65 clients who are considered the highest need within our adult mental health service system. Clients assigned to this level of care have been difficult to engage in mental health services in the past, and had difficulty with frequent hospitalizations and maintaining housing. The FSP team is based on an Assertive Community Treatment Model which involves low staff-to-client ratios at approximately 12:1, and a focus on providing care as a team rather than individual case load assignments. Services are primarily provided in the community rather than in an office setting.  At the time of developing this job announcement, there are no vacancies for this team.Comprehensive Community Treatment Team (CCT): The CCT team is responsible for providing services to approximately 170 adults with severe and persistent mental illness who require specialty mental health services. Staff-to-client ratios are maintained at approximately 20:1. Clients receiving services from the CCT team will receive case management and therapeutic services, and also have access to clinic group services. Services are provided in the field, as well as in the clinic depending on client needs. Case managers typically meet with clients on a weekly to monthly basis to provide services and support.At the time of developing this job announcement, there is one career, full-time vacancy for the Comprehensive Community Care Team.Family, Youth and Children Team (FYC):  The FYC team is responsible for providing services to a wide array of children, adolescents, and families in Berkeley and Albany who are experiencing mental health concerns.  Services are provided at schools, in the field, as well as in the clinic.At the time of developing this job announcement, there are no vacancies for this team.Focus on Independence Team (FIT): The FIT is responsible for providing services to approximately 100 clients who have graduated from higher levels of care within the clinic. The team was formerly referred to as the "Meds Only," but the name was changed to Focus on Independence Team when we expanded staffing and services offered at this level of care. Staff-to-client ratios are approximately 35:1. Services are provided both in the field and in the clinic depending on client needs. At the time of developing this job announcement, there is one career, full-time vacancy for the Focus on Independence Team.  Homeless Outreach and Treatment Team (HOTT):  The HOTT's primary goal is to engage, house, and connect to treatment, individuals who have significant mental health and related disorders, and are currently living on the streets of Berkeley and Albany. The HOTT focuses on mental health treatment, housing, and linkage to resources, with short term housing support available.  The goal is to connect individuals to the existing network of resources, with the hope of creating the possibility of less community disruption, reduce hospitalization and incarceration rates, and reduce the presence of chronically homeless people on the streets.  Most importantly, we aim to reduce the suffering taking place in our community.At the time of developing this job announcement, there is one temporary, full-time, benefited vacancy for the Homeless Outreach and Treatment Team.   The Mobile Crisis Team (MCT): The MCT provides crisis intervention services at locations throughout the community, disaster and trauma-related mental health services, and consultation regarding mental health issues to the police and fire departments, hospital emergency personnel, community agencies, and citizens.  The team is on duty from 11 am to 10 pm, 365 days per year.  Most services are field-based.  Types of calls include 5150 evaluations, phone and in-person crisis intervention, de-escalation, assessment, and support; consultation regarding mental health issues to hospital emergency personnel, community agencies, business owners, City staff, and citizens; homeless outreach and engagement in conjunction with our Homeless Outreach staff; and provision of information, referrals, and support to consumers and family members.At the time of developing this job announcement, there is one hourly, non-benefited vacancy for the Mobile Crisis Team.The employment eligible list established from this recruitment will be valid for one year, and the department will have access to the list for all current and future vacancies within the life of the eligible list.   REQUIREMENTS: EDUCATION: A master's degree from a recognized school of Social Work, Counseling, Psychiatric Nursing, or other Marriage and Family Therapy eligible discipline, or a doctorate degree in Psychology, with field placement in a medical, psychiatric, or community mental health setting. ANDEXPERIENCE: Two (2) years experience in an out-patient clinic, hospital, child guidance clinic, mental health program, or family agency which included regular psychiatric consultation. AND LICENSE Must possess a License as a Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, or Psychologist, as provided for by California state law. OTHER REQUIREMENTS Must be able to travel to various locations within and outside of Berkeley to meet program needs and to fulfill the job responsibilities. When driving on City business, incumbents must have a valid California driver's license as well as a satisfactory driving record. Applicants must submit the following: City of Berkeley Employment Application Supplemental Questionnaire All materials must be received no later than 5:00 PM (PST) on the closing date. Postmarks, faxes and incomplete applications will not be accepted. Resumes are not a substitute for a completed application.The examination process will consist of: Review of applications for minimum qualifications for the position and to ensure all materials have been submitted. Applicants passing all examination phases will have their names placed on an employment eligible list that hiring department(s) will use to conduct final selection interviews. Hiring Department(s) will contact applicants directly if selected to participate in their hiring/selection process. Candidates under final consideration for employment with the City should expect to undergo an employment background / reference check that may include, but is not limited to: employment history, confirmation of educational credentials and degrees, licenses including driver's license, registrations, certificates, and other credentials as part of the appointment process. Some positions, depending on the nature of the work, also require a credit check and a review of Summary Criminal History obtained from the State Department of Justice through Live Scan fingerprinting.DISCLAIMER: The provisions of this bulletin do not constitute a contract, expressed or implied, and any provisions contained in this bulletin may be modified or revoked without notice. Tests may consist of any combination of written, oral or other exercises or assessment procedures that test content. Components may include, but are not necessarily limited to, typing, math, reading, writing and analytical skills; problem solving ability; computer and software proficiency, or any other job-related knowledge, skill, ability or qualification. The City may, without notice, change or eliminate any particular assessment component or combination of components as needs dictate.All City employees are required to provide services as Disaster Service Workers in the event of an emergency/disaster.Exam Access Accommodation: In compliance with local, state and federal laws and regulations, the City of Berkeley will employ and promote qualified individuals without regard to disability. The City is committed to making reasonable accommodations in the examination process and in the work environment. Individuals requesting reasonable accommodations in the examination process must do so no later than the final filing date for receipt of applications, otherwise it may not be possible to arrange accommodations for the selection process. Such requests should be addressed to the Human Resources Department | 1-510-981-6800 | hr@cityofberkeley.info |2180 Milvia 1st Floor, Berkeley, CA 94704.  Requests can be made via email, phone, or in writing via U.S. mail. Alternative Application Formats: This application material is available in alternative formats upon request. Alternative formats include audio-format, braille, large print, electronic text, etc. Please contact the ADA Coordinator, 2180 Milvia Street, Berkeley | Phone: 1-(510)-981-6300 | TTY: 1-(510)-981-6347| ADA@cityofberkeley.info and allow 7-10 days for production of the material in an alternative format. The City of Berkeley is an EEO/ADA Employer.
    City of Berkeley-Behavioral Health Clinician I
    City of Berkeley is now accepting applications for Behavioral Health Clinician I! The City of Berkeley's Mental Health division is within the Health, Housing and Community Services Department (HHCS). A commitment to cultural competence and a wellness/recovery orientation are essential to the work of the Mental Health Division. Behavioral Health Clinician I's provide a variety of community behavioral health services to clients and to the community in an outpatient setting. Responsibilities include conducting assessments; performing case coordination, care management, and rehabilitative services; providing diagnosis and treatment plans; providing psychotherapy; and preparing reports, case summaries, and other required forms to maintain a case within the clinic. Supervision and consultation will be provided by Senior Behavioral Health Clinicians and other Mental Health supervisory staff. Below are descriptions of the core Mental Health teams that service the Berkeley community:Adult Full Service Partnership Team (FSP): The (FSP) team is responsible for providing services to approximately 65 clients who are considered the highest need within our adult mental health service system. Clients assigned to this level of care have been difficult to engage in mental health services in the past, and had difficulty with frequent hospitalizations and maintaining housing. The FSP team is based on an Assertive Community Treatment Model which involves low staff-to-client ratios at approximately 12:1, and a focus on providing care as a team rather than individual case load assignments. Services are primarily provided in the community rather than in an office setting.  Comprehensive Community Treatment Team (CCT): The CCT team is responsible for providing services to approximately 170 adults with severe and persistent mental illness who require specialty mental health services. Staff-to-client ratios are maintained at approximately 20:1. Clients receiving services from the CCT team will receive case management and therapeutic services, and also have access to clinic group services. Services are provided in the field, as well as in the clinic depending on client needs. Case managers typically meet with clients on a weekly to monthly basis to provide services and support.Family, Youth and Children Team (FYC):  The FYC team is responsible for providing services to a wide array of children, adolescents, and families in Berkeley and Albany who are experiencing mental health concerns.  Services are provided at schools, in the field, as well as in the clinic.Focus on Independence Team (FIT): The FIT is responsible for providing services to approximately 100 clients who have graduated from higher levels of care within the clinic. The team was formerly referred to as the "Meds Only," but the name was changed to Focus on Independence Team when we expanded staffing and services offered at this level of care. Staff-to-client ratios are approximately 35:1. Services are provided both in the field and in the clinic depending on client needs. Homeless Outreach and Treatment Team (HOTT):  The HOTT's primary goal is to engage, house, and connect to treatment, individuals who have significant mental health and related disorders, and are currently living on the streets of Berkeley and Albany. The HOTT focuses on mental health treatment, housing, and linkage to resources, with short term housing support available.  The goal is to connect individuals to the existing network of resources, with the hope of creating the possibility of less community disruption, reduce hospitalization and incarceration rates, and reduce the presence of chronically homeless people on the streets.  Most importantly, we aim to reduce the suffering taking place in our community.   The Mobile Crisis Team (MCT): The MCT provides crisis intervention services at locations throughout the community, disaster and trauma-related mental health services, and consultation regarding mental health issues to the police and fire departments, hospital emergency personnel, community agencies, and citizens.  The team is on duty from 11 am to 10 pm, 365 days per year.  Most services are field-based.  Types of calls include 5150 evaluations, phone and in-person crisis intervention, de-escalation, assessment, and support; consultation regarding mental health issues to hospital emergency personnel, community agencies, business owners, City staff, and citizens; homeless outreach and engagement in conjunction with our Homeless Outreach staff; and provision of information, referrals, and support to consumers and family members. The employment eligible list established from this recruitment will be valid for one year, and the department will have access to the list for all current and future vacancies within the life of the eligible list. REQUIREMENTS: EDUCATION: A master's degree from a recognized school of Social Work, Counseling, Psychiatric Nursing, or other Marriage and Family Therapy eligible discipline, or a doctorate degree in PsychologyANDEXPERIENCE: Field placement of at least one (1) year in a medical, psychiatric, or community mental health setting. LICENSE Must secure a license as a Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, or Psychologist, as provided for by California state law within four years from date of hire, or be subject to termination. OTHER REQUIREMENTS Must be able to travel to various locations within and outside of Berkeley to meet program needs and to fulfill the job responsibilities. When driving on City business, incumbents must have a valid California driver's license as well as a satisfactory driving record. Applicants must submit the following: City of Berkeley Employment Application Supplemental Questionnaire All materials must be received no later than 5:00 PM (PST) on the closing date. Postmarks, faxes and incomplete applications will not be accepted. Resumes are not a substitute for a completed application.The examination process will consist of: Review of applications for minimum qualifications for the position and to ensure all materials have been submitted. Applicants passing all examination phases will have their names placed on an employment eligible list that hiring department(s) will use to conduct final selection interviews. Hiring Department(s) will contact applicants directly if selected to participate in their hiring/selection process. Candidates under final consideration for employment with the City should expect to undergo an employment background / reference check that may include, but is not limited to: employment history, confirmation of educational credentials and degrees, licenses including driver's license, registrations, certificates, and other credentials as part of the appointment process. Some positions, depending on the nature of the work, also require a credit check and a review of Summary Criminal History obtained from the State Department of Justice through Live Scan fingerprinting.DISCLAIMER: The provisions of this bulletin do not constitute a contract, expressed or implied, and any provisions contained in this bulletin may be modified or revoked without notice. Tests may consist of any combination of written, oral or other exercises or assessment procedures that test content. Components may include, but are not necessarily limited to, typing, math, reading, writing and analytical skills; problem solving ability; computer and software proficiency, or any other job-related knowledge, skill, ability or qualification. The City may, without notice, change or eliminate any particular assessment component or combination of components as needs dictate.All City employees are required to provide services as Disaster Service Workers in the event of an emergency/disaster.Exam Access Accommodation: In compliance with local, state and federal laws and regulations, the City of Berkeley will employ and promote qualified individuals without regard to disability. The City is committed to making reasonable accommodations in the examination process and in the work environment. Individuals requesting reasonable accommodations in the examination process must do so no later than the final filing date for receipt of applications, otherwise it may not be possible to arrange accommodations for the selection process. Such requests should be addressed to the Human Resources Department | 1-510-981-6800 | hr@cityofberkeley.info |2180 Milvia 1st Floor, Berkeley, CA 94704.  Requests can be made via email, phone, or in writing via U.S. mail. Alternative Application Formats: This application material is available in alternative formats upon request. Alternative formats include audio-format, braille, large print, electronic text, etc. Please contact the ADA Coordinator, 2180 Milvia Street, Berkeley | Phone: 1-(510)-981-6300 | TTY: 1-(510)-981-6347| ADA@cityofberkeley.info and allow 7-10 days for production of the material in an alternative format. The City of Berkeley is an EEO/ADA Employer.
    City of Berkeley-Behavioral Health Clinician I
    City of Berkeley is now accepting applications for Behavioral Health Clinician I! The City of Berkeley's Mental Health division is within the Health, Housing and Community Services Department (HHCS). A commitment to cultural competence and a wellness/recovery orientation are essential to the work of the Mental Health Division. Behavioral Health Clinician I's provide a variety of community behavioral health services to clients and to the community in an outpatient setting. Responsibilities include conducting assessments; performing case coordination, care management, and rehabilitative services; providing diagnosis and treatment plans; providing psychotherapy; and preparing reports, case summaries, and other required forms to maintain a case within the clinic. Supervision and consultation will be provided by Senior Behavioral Health Clinicians and other Mental Health supervisory staff. Below are descriptions of the core Mental Health teams that service the Berkeley community:Adult Full Service Partnership Team (FSP): The (FSP) team is responsible for providing services to approximately 65 clients who are considered the highest need within our adult mental health service system. Clients assigned to this level of care have been difficult to engage in mental health services in the past, and had difficulty with frequent hospitalizations and maintaining housing. The FSP team is based on an Assertive Community Treatment Model which involves low staff-to-client ratios at approximately 12:1, and a focus on providing care as a team rather than individual case load assignments. Services are primarily provided in the community rather than in an office setting.  Comprehensive Community Treatment Team (CCT): The CCT team is responsible for providing services to approximately 170 adults with severe and persistent mental illness who require specialty mental health services. Staff-to-client ratios are maintained at approximately 20:1. Clients receiving services from the CCT team will receive case management and therapeutic services, and also have access to clinic group services. Services are provided in the field, as well as in the clinic depending on client needs. Case managers typically meet with clients on a weekly to monthly basis to provide services and support.Family, Youth and Children Team (FYC):  The FYC team is responsible for providing services to a wide array of children, adolescents, and families in Berkeley and Albany who are experiencing mental health concerns.  Services are provided at schools, in the field, as well as in the clinic.Focus on Independence Team (FIT): The FIT is responsible for providing services to approximately 100 clients who have graduated from higher levels of care within the clinic. The team was formerly referred to as the "Meds Only," but the name was changed to Focus on Independence Team when we expanded staffing and services offered at this level of care. Staff-to-client ratios are approximately 35:1. Services are provided both in the field and in the clinic depending on client needs. Homeless Outreach and Treatment Team (HOTT):  The HOTT's primary goal is to engage, house, and connect to treatment, individuals who have significant mental health and related disorders, and are currently living on the streets of Berkeley and Albany. The HOTT focuses on mental health treatment, housing, and linkage to resources, with short term housing support available.  The goal is to connect individuals to the existing network of resources, with the hope of creating the possibility of less community disruption, reduce hospitalization and incarceration rates, and reduce the presence of chronically homeless people on the streets.  Most importantly, we aim to reduce the suffering taking place in our community.   The Mobile Crisis Team (MCT): The MCT provides crisis intervention services at locations throughout the community, disaster and trauma-related mental health services, and consultation regarding mental health issues to the police and fire departments, hospital emergency personnel, community agencies, and citizens.  The team is on duty from 11 am to 10 pm, 365 days per year.  Most services are field-based.  Types of calls include 5150 evaluations, phone and in-person crisis intervention, de-escalation, assessment, and support; consultation regarding mental health issues to hospital emergency personnel, community agencies, business owners, City staff, and citizens; homeless outreach and engagement in conjunction with our Homeless Outreach staff; and provision of information, referrals, and support to consumers and family members. The employment eligible list established from this recruitment will be valid for one year, and the department will have access to the list for all current and future vacancies within the life of the eligible list. REQUIREMENTS: EDUCATION: A master's degree from a recognized school of Social Work, Counseling, Psychiatric Nursing, or other Marriage and Family Therapy eligible discipline, or a doctorate degree in PsychologyANDEXPERIENCE: Field placement of at least one (1) year in a medical, psychiatric, or community mental health setting. LICENSE Must secure a license as a Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, or Psychologist, as provided for by California state law within four years from date of hire, or be subject to termination. OTHER REQUIREMENTS Must be able to travel to various locations within and outside of Berkeley to meet program needs and to fulfill the job responsibilities. When driving on City business, incumbents must have a valid California driver's license as well as a satisfactory driving record. Applicants must submit the following: City of Berkeley Employment Application Supplemental Questionnaire All materials must be received no later than 5:00 PM (PST) on the closing date. Postmarks, faxes and incomplete applications will not be accepted. Resumes are not a substitute for a completed application.The examination process will consist of: Review of applications for minimum qualifications for the position and to ensure all materials have been submitted. Applicants passing all examination phases will have their names placed on an employment eligible list that hiring department(s) will use to conduct final selection interviews. Hiring Department(s) will contact applicants directly if selected to participate in their hiring/selection process. Candidates under final consideration for employment with the City should expect to undergo an employment background / reference check that may include, but is not limited to: employment history, confirmation of educational credentials and degrees, licenses including driver's license, registrations, certificates, and other credentials as part of the appointment process. Some positions, depending on the nature of the work, also require a credit check and a review of Summary Criminal History obtained from the State Department of Justice through Live Scan fingerprinting.DISCLAIMER: The provisions of this bulletin do not constitute a contract, expressed or implied, and any provisions contained in this bulletin may be modified or revoked without notice. Tests may consist of any combination of written, oral or other exercises or assessment procedures that test content. Components may include, but are not necessarily limited to, typing, math, reading, writing and analytical skills; problem solving ability; computer and software proficiency, or any other job-related knowledge, skill, ability or qualification. The City may, without notice, change or eliminate any particular assessment component or combination of components as needs dictate.All City employees are required to provide services as Disaster Service Workers in the event of an emergency/disaster.Exam Access Accommodation: In compliance with local, state and federal laws and regulations, the City of Berkeley will employ and promote qualified individuals without regard to disability. The City is committed to making reasonable accommodations in the examination process and in the work environment. 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    Senior Vice President of Programs
    The Student Conservation Association (SCA), one of the first national organizations to introduce leadership skills in youth through conservation service to this country, is seeking a Senior Vice President of Programs.  The Senior Vice President will lead the national programs staff as they develop, deliver, and evaluate the impact of programs that provide youth the opportunity to improve their leadership skills through service to the country and its greatest natural legacy.   For sixty years, the Student Conservation Association has provided teens and young adults with opportunities to ignite an interest in leadership skills, connection to the outdoors, and access pathways to careers in conservation and service. SCA members work in all 50 states and territories, from national parks to big cities. As the world’s environment knows no boundaries, increasingly SCA members’ impact is advancing the momentum of global stewardship efforts. Research shows that as SCA develops and nurtures the future stewards of our lands, so too do they develop and nurture leaders for life.   Empowered by a recent increase in philanthropic partnerships, and inspired by the demonstrated impact that non-partisan participation in its programs has on youth, the new Senior Vice President will join the executive team as he/she/they operationalizes this focus in the four programming areas: Summer Community Crews, National Crews, Conservation Corps, and Conservation Internships. He/She/They will lead the national program staff of approximately 60 individuals - located in sites nationwide.  They will assist with the implementation of internal systems and practices that increase the societal and individual impact of SCA’s programs.  And they will enhance team effectiveness, deepening the collaboration between the programs staff and other teams across SCA. The new SVP will be a thought leader who elevates the identity of SCA in national, non-partisan conversations at the intersection of youth development and conservation. He/She/They will leverage this national role to build new partnerships with peer organizations, policymakers, and philanthropies.   The ideal candidate will first and foremost be committed to SCA’s mission, and have a demonstrated commitment to connecting people to programs that improve their skillsets, lives, and that give back to this country. He/She/They will have 12-15 years of regional or national programming experience in organizations that specialize in youth engagement in academics, conservation, skills-training, outdoor adventure, community engagement, or a related field. He/She/They will be a proven manager with expertise in talent development, internal communications, strategic planning, oversight of remote and on-site teams, operations, and contract execution. The new SVP will be an exceptional relationship builder with experience as an ambassador, and the ability to forge sustainable, cross-sector partnerships.   He/She/They will also be a strong, reliable internal partner with the creativity, energy, openness, and critical awareness to contribute to the vision and strategic direction of a large organization, while also leading a team of highly talented program staff into a period of increased performance, accountability, and collaboration.   TO APPLY  This search is being conducted with support from Tamar Datan and Erica Nicole Griffin of Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group. Candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible, and applications will be reviewed as they are received. Please send nominations and/or applications, including cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, your resume (in Word format), and where you learned of the position to: SCA-SVP@nonprofitprofessionals.com.     The Student Conservation Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.   NPAG is a national search and talent consulting firm dedicated to serving the mission-driven community. We partner with global mission-driven clients to deliver highly-tailored, innovative, and strategic senior- and executive-level search services. www.nonprofitprofessionals.com.
    Senior Vice President of Programs
    The Student Conservation Association (SCA), one of the first national organizations to introduce leadership skills in youth through conservation service to this country, is seeking a Senior Vice President of Programs.  The Senior Vice President will lead the national programs staff as they develop, deliver, and evaluate the impact of programs that provide youth the opportunity to improve their leadership skills through service to the country and its greatest natural legacy.   For sixty years, the Student Conservation Association has provided teens and young adults with opportunities to ignite an interest in leadership skills, connection to the outdoors, and access pathways to careers in conservation and service. SCA members work in all 50 states and territories, from national parks to big cities. As the world’s environment knows no boundaries, increasingly SCA members’ impact is advancing the momentum of global stewardship efforts. Research shows that as SCA develops and nurtures the future stewards of our lands, so too do they develop and nurture leaders for life.   Empowered by a recent increase in philanthropic partnerships, and inspired by the demonstrated impact that non-partisan participation in its programs has on youth, the new Senior Vice President will join the executive team as he/she/they operationalizes this focus in the four programming areas: Summer Community Crews, National Crews, Conservation Corps, and Conservation Internships. He/She/They will lead the national program staff of approximately 60 individuals - located in sites nationwide.  They will assist with the implementation of internal systems and practices that increase the societal and individual impact of SCA’s programs.  And they will enhance team effectiveness, deepening the collaboration between the programs staff and other teams across SCA. The new SVP will be a thought leader who elevates the identity of SCA in national, non-partisan conversations at the intersection of youth development and conservation. He/She/They will leverage this national role to build new partnerships with peer organizations, policymakers, and philanthropies.   The ideal candidate will first and foremost be committed to SCA’s mission, and have a demonstrated commitment to connecting people to programs that improve their skillsets, lives, and that give back to this country. He/She/They will have 12-15 years of regional or national programming experience in organizations that specialize in youth engagement in academics, conservation, skills-training, outdoor adventure, community engagement, or a related field. He/She/They will be a proven manager with expertise in talent development, internal communications, strategic planning, oversight of remote and on-site teams, operations, and contract execution. The new SVP will be an exceptional relationship builder with experience as an ambassador, and the ability to forge sustainable, cross-sector partnerships.   He/She/They will also be a strong, reliable internal partner with the creativity, energy, openness, and critical awareness to contribute to the vision and strategic direction of a large organization, while also leading a team of highly talented program staff into a period of increased performance, accountability, and collaboration.   TO APPLY  This search is being conducted with support from Tamar Datan and Erica Nicole Griffin of Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group. Candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible, and applications will be reviewed as they are received. Please send nominations and/or applications, including cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, your resume (in Word format), and where you learned of the position to: SCA-SVP@nonprofitprofessionals.com.     The Student Conservation Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.   NPAG is a national search and talent consulting firm dedicated to serving the mission-driven community. We partner with global mission-driven clients to deliver highly-tailored, innovative, and strategic senior- and executive-level search services. www.nonprofitprofessionals.com.
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