Current Job Descriptions

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Human Resources Director (Kearny Mesa)

The Human Resources Director develops policy and directs and coordinates human resources activities, such as employment, compensation, benefits, training, and employee services. The Human Resources Director also identifies, evaluates and resolves human relations and work performance issues within the organization to facilitate open communication and improved human relations skills and work performance. The Human Resources Director plans and carries out policies and state and federal law relating to all phases of human resources activities.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
Bachelor's degree or Professional Management Certificate in Human Resources; minimum of five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Duties and Responsibilities

Analysis of wage and salary reports and data to determine competitive compensation plan.

Writes directives advising department managers of company policy regarding equal employment opportunities, compensation and employee benefits.

Oversees the analysis, maintenance, and communication of records required by law or local governing bodies, or other departments in the company.

Talks informally with organization personnel and attends meetings of managers, supervisors, and specific departments/programs to facilitate effective interpersonal communication among participants and to ascertain human relations and work-related problems that adversely affect employee morale and organization productivity.

Evaluates human relations and work-related problems and meets with supervisors and managers to determine effective remediation techniques, such as job skill training or personal intervention, to resolve human relations issues among personnel.

Develops and conducts training to instruct organization managers, supervisors, and workers in human relations skills such as supervisory skills, conflict resolution skills, interpersonal communication skills and effective group interaction skills.

Analyze existing benefits policies of organization, and prevailing practices among similar organizations, to establish competitive benefits programs.

Full time with benefits
Compensation: $80,000+ annually

 

Administrative Assistant III Under general supervision, the Administrative Assistant III performs a variety of administrative, secretarial and clerical duties for the Chief Executive Officer, also serves as Assistant Secretary to the Vista Hill Foundation Board of Directors and performs duties as the Office Manager.

EDUCATION

High School diploma or equivalent required; community college or undergraduate liberal arts education is desirable; past work experience with social service or health care organizations is preferred.

SKILLS and/or EXPERIENCE

Word process 60-80 WPM;

Must possess speed writing skills

Must have ability to set up and utilize basic electronic tables and spreadsheets.

Must have skills to take meeting minutes and transcribe with accuracy and expediency.

Must have organizational skills necessary to establish and consistently maintain accurate and up-to-date records and files.

Must be able to work well with many different personalities, maintain decorum and show respect in all work relationships.

Must be able to work independently with minimum to moderate supervision, exercise mature judgment and make decisions appropriate to the position.

Experience in a position of trust and executive level responsibility.

Must have relevant and successful experience in project teams, preparing desk top communication materials, website content updating and exposure to social media.

Information Systems Technician Specialist

Under general supervision, the incumbent will perform information technology system support duties, such as:

Maintains, analyzes, troubleshoots and repairs computer systems, hardware, software and computer peripherals.

Documents, maintains, upgrades or replaces hardware and software systems.

Developing operation instructions and procedures for projects run on multifunction information technology systems;

Developing and coordinating job stream tests for large/complex systems;

Checking production frequently and modifying schedules to improve system performance;

Coordinating multiple on-line telecommunications systems and/or networks;

Performing tasks in support of systems staff in system testing;

Maintaining operating records such as production and system performance reports;

Conducting training for users in automated office system uses;

Conducting classroom training in advanced application uses of the system;

Serving as a contact point for system users;

Installing new software and software upgrades through multifunction information technology systems;

Developing basic reports using fourth generation languages; and

Acting as technical consultant and troubleshooter on multifunction information technology systems.

Qualifications:

Attention to detail, accuracy, and efficiency.

Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Positive attitude and friendly, professional demeanor.

Ability to prioritize, coordinate and handle multiple projects to meet deadlines and follow through resolution.

Must have reliable transportation

Current California driver's license

Ability to lift 50lbs

Experience in both remote and face to face customer service role

Experience:

Windows Desktop Operating Systems 3 years' experience

Microsoft Office 3 years' experience

Windows Server Operating Systems 1 year experience

Hardware repair 2 years' experience

Networking experience 3 years' experience

Experience with Dell branded equipment preferred

All experience must be professionally acquired (Sales experience will not be counted)

 

Human Resources Training Coordinator

Provides clerical data support to the Human Resources Department to maintain operations.

Responsible for analyzing training needs, setting up training courses, and tracking training taken and needed.

The incumbent will be an active partner with program managers to determine employee needs to satisfy contract requirements and promote organizational development.

BRIDGES

Juvenile Recovery Specialist The Vista Hill Bridges program has an openings for a Juvenile Recovery Specialists I.

The JRSp maintains an active caseload of 50-65 clients and interfaces with the Community Adolescent Treatment Program, Juvenile Courts and Juvenile Probation Department in the establishment of ancillary client services. The JRS is responsible for assessment and referral services, conducting observed sample collection of urine for testing. Follow-up and monitor youth/wards cases while enrolled in treatment.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
The minimum qualifications required by all direct staff in the VH Bridges-SAS Program include: must be working toward a recognizes State of California alcohol and drug certification and 3 yrs experience working with alcohol and drug related issues/addiction; or Certification through a recognized State of California alcohol and drug certification entity and 2 years’ experience working with alcohol and drug related issues/addiction; or Bachelor's degree in human services field and 1 year experience working with alcohol and drug related issues/addiction; or have a Masters Degree in related field or actively working toward a recognized State of California alcohol and drug certification or a degree as outlined above, with one year experience and on-site supervision. Must offer certain linguistic, gender, cultural and ethnic specific skills: must be able to work with culturally diverse population. Full-time with benefits.

Chemical Dependency Counselor II

Provides high quality alcohol and drug intakes, case management, counseling and outreach to individuals, groups and families.

Assists clients in developing sober socialization activities.

Responsible for following and tracking drug testing.

Provides direct counseling, educational services to clients with chemical dependency and dual diagnosis problems based upon individual client needs and program design.

Provides case management services for all assigned clients.

Participates in appropriate training and education programs on a regular basis to maintain professional skills.

Performs administrative tasks.

Participates in the programs Quality Assurance Review.

 

Lead Program Counselor

Provides needed reports regarding the TRC stats/data.

Attends all required meetings.

Co-Facilitates weekly clinical team review meetings.

Participates in appropriate training and education programs on a regular basis to maintain professional skills.

Performs administrative tasks and other duties as assigned.

Provides high quality clinical supervision of other staff, interns, students, and other volunteers assigned to the program.

Must be willing to participate in trainings for cultural competency, co-occurring disorders and CPR/First Aid.

PEI Therapist

Provides high quality individual, group, family counseling, case management and intake services to client and families.

Provides screening and assessment to all the youth enrolled in the program.

Develop early engagement strategies with new clients.

PEI Therapist works individually and in group

Provides crisis management services to clients struggling with recovery and mental health.

Facilitate a Monthly Family Group on the 1 st from 6-8:30pm to educate families on recovery issues and offer support to the families.

Assist with client's dealing with mental health issues and or crisis. 

Participate in appropriate training and education programs on a regular basis to maintain professional skills.

Performs administrative tasks and other duties as assigned.

Assists with clinical duties such as groups and crisis sessions. 

Group Facilitator - SAFIR (Escondido/Poway)
As a Group Facilitator, responsibilities include providing group education on alcohol and drug issues. The Group Facilitator will also provide education on anti-theft/shoplifting prevention, smoking awareness/tobacco education, anti-graffiti/vandalism prevention, and anger management.

Qualifications: AOD Education/Certification. Good Communication Skills. Problem solving skills. Sound, practical judgment. Creativity.

PRIMARY TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Individual and family intakes and assessment. Developing group learning plans and assisting with development of an effective curriculum. Keep complete and accurate records. Teaching AOD prevention/education to youth, parents, support groups. Part time - Evenings

Therapist

Assessments, treatment plan development, provide individual and/or group therapy to youth in and out of custody, and advocacy in Court. Participate in the Drug Court Team meetings, attend Drug Court Hearings, compile and report progress reports to both Probation and the Court. Maintain case files on all participants. Enter data in the PCMS database and provide end of the month stats to the data entry/admin staff.

INCREDIBLE FAMILIES

Therapist
Incredible Families Program (IFP) was designed to consolidate needed services, and improve outcomes for children and their families involved in Child Welfare Services (CWS). Utilizing proven methods from the evidence-based Incredible Years model, the goal of the program is safe and successful family reunification (for families of children in foster care), improved family functioning, and improved mental health functioning for referred children.

MFT, LCSW or registered intern with BBS with experience working with children and families involved in CWS.

Knowledgeable about Anasazi.

Prefer bilingual

Must be able to work evenings.

Temporary Therapist

East and South regions- evenings required 30 hours per week. Must be registered with the  BBS

JUVENILE COURT CLINIC

GPS ASSESSMENT SERVICES

Per diem Assessor  Must be Licensed - LMFT, LCSW, PSY.  Experience preferred in special education counseling, assessment, IEP processes, and mental health treatment modalities therein.  Willingness and means to travel to SD District School sites to observe students in classroom settings, review academic and school-based MH service records.  Willingness and means to travel to school or home of student's parent to complete parent/family interview.

Computer skills sufficient to professionally formatted Assessment reporting.  Available to attend IEP meeting to present Assessment reports.  Excellent communication skills necessary to open dialogue with school/IEP personnel, parents, students, and clinical team members.  Familiarity with psycho-educational testing data, instruments.  Familiarity with diagnostic inventories, surveys, instruments.  Bilingual preferred.

SMARTCARE - BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CONSULTATION SERVICES

LEARNING ASSISTANCE CENTER - Ramona/Julian

The Program Therapist is responsible for the clinical integrity, assessment, plan and delivery of the mental health services to the child and family. Assures that all provided services, program documentation, and billing are consistent with program policies and various county and community contracts and any federal, state, county, and district requirements.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

A Masters or Doctorate degree in social work, marital and family therapy, psychology, counseling, or human behavior from an accredited college or university and BBS Intern registration number (MFT Intern # or ASW #) prior to application for employment.

A registered intern will function in the role of a program therapist with a licensed professional (Program Manager, Clinical Program Supervisor) supervising all clinical work.

Knowledge of theory and practice of psychotherapy and community and school based mental health.
Knowledge and experience with Anasazi and computer based documentation.

Knowledge and experience in working with children, adolescents, and families from diverse cultural backgrounds.

Knowledge of the special education process and IEP process and has a working understanding of the range of learning and emotional disabilities.

Bilingual preferred.

40 hours per week with benefits

Case Manager/Behavioral Rehab Specialist (North Inland)

The Vista Hill Learning Assistance Center in Ramona has an opening for a Case Manager/ Behavioral Rehabilitation Specialist to provide school-based mental health counseling services to children ages 5-18 in the North Inland Area (Ramona, with 1-2 days per week at our remote locations (1 day Borrego Springs and possibly 1 additional day per week in the back country- Julian, Spencer Valley, or Warner Springs). Practice as a member of a multi-disciplinary team in the provision of behavioral intervention and support to students with Individual Educational Plans (IEP's) in school-based mental health settings.

30 - 40 hours per week with benefits

Qualifications:
Must possess a Bachelor's degree from an accredited program in social work, counseling, psychology or other behavioral health field.

Must have had 2 or more years' experience providing clinical services for children with emotional and behavioral problems in school based or residential settings.

Bilingual Preferred

Unlicensed Therapist (Ramona)
The Vista Hill Learning Assistance Center North Inland has an opening for a 28 hour per week Therapist (MFTI or ASW: with BBS intern number prior to starting, in The North Inland Area (Ramona, with 1-2 days per week at our remote locations (1 day Borrego Springs and possibly 1 additional day per week in the back country- Julian, Spencer Valley, or Warner Springs). Position will be in a school, home and community based program with grades K-12.

The Program Therapist is responsible for the clinical integrity, assessment, plan and delivery of the mental health services to the child and family. Assures that all provided services, program documentation, and billing are consistent with program policies and various county and community contracts and any federal, state, county, and district requirements.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
A Masters or Doctorate degree in social work, marital and family therapy, psychology, counseling, or human behavior from an accredited college or university and BBS Intern registration number.

A registered intern will function in the role of a program therapist with a licensed professional (Program Manager, Clinical Program Supervisor) supervising all clinical work.

Knowledge of theory and practice of psychotherapy and community and school based mental health.

Knowledge and experience in working with children, adolescents, and families from diverse cultural backgrounds.

Knowledge of the special education process and IEP process and has a working understanding of the range of learning and emotional disabilities.

Anasazi and County documentation experience highly recommended. Must have good computer skills and the ability to navigate through a web-based online documentation system.

PARENTCARE

Teacher Assistant

The Teacher's Assistant assists the Teacher in developing and implementing program curricula and takes over the management of the classroom when the Teacher is absent. This position works with other disciplines to provide continuity of the educational program.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

Associates degree in education or related field preferred or 12 early childhood education units required. High school diploma or equivalent required. Minimum of 2 years’ experience in a child development focused setting working with a supervising teacher required. Knowledge of classroom procedures required.

Must have ability to work effectively with children in a clinical and educational setting. Ability to work independently as well as with other professional disciplines.

Learning Assistance Center

Unlicensed Therapist

Responsible for the clinical integrity, assessment, plan and delivery of the mental health services to the child and family.

Assures that all provided services, program documentation, and billing are consistent with program policies and various county and community contracts and any federal, state, county, and district requirements.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
A Masters or Doctorate degree in social work, marital and family therapy, psychology, counseling, or human behavior from an accredited college or university and BBS Intern registration number (MFT Intern # or ASW #) prior to application for employment.
A registered intern will function in the role of a program therapist with a licensed professional (Program Manager, Clinical Program Supervisor) supervising all clinical work.

Knowledge of theory and practice of psychotherapy and community and school based mental health.
Knowledge and experience with Anasazi and computer based documentation.

Knowledge and experience in working with children, adolescents, and families from diverse cultural backgrounds.

Knowledge of the special education process and IEP process and has a working understanding of the range of learning and emotional disabilities.

 

Case Manager/ Behavioral Rehabilitation Specialist

Provide school-based mental health counseling services to children ages 5-18 in the North Inland Area (Ramona, with 1-2 days per week at our remote locations (1 day Borrego Springs and possibly 1 additional day per week in the back country- Julian, Spencer Valley, or Warner Springs).

Practice as a member of a multi-disciplinary team in the provision of behavioral intervention and support to students with Individual Educational Plans (IEP's) in school-based mental health settings.

Qualifications:
Must possess a Bachelor's degree from an accredited program in social work, counseling, psychology or other behavioral health field.

Must have had 2 or more years' experience providing clinical services for children with emotional and behavioral problems in school based or residential settings.

Bilingual Preferred

 

LEARNING ASSISTANCE CENTER - Mental Health Contracts

Mental Health Rehabilitation Specialist (MHRS)
Work in a high school setting providing behavioral support, coaching and modeling directly for students with socio-emotional and behavioral challenges. Provide support for classroom teacher and instructional assistants in understanding behavior and working to implement strategies as outlined in student IEP, Behavior Support Plans and/or Behavior Intervention Plans. Work collaboratively with treating therapist to assess student needs and implement student treatment plan as outlined by therapist.  Experience working in special education setting/classroom preferred. Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Sociology or related field. 40 hours/week.

Therapist — (East County)   Provide counseling services to adolescents in a day treatment setting. Practice as a member of a multi-disciplinary team in the provision of clinical assessment, intervention and support to students in an integrated school and mental health, community, or home setting.

Must possess a Master's degree from an accredited program in social work, counseling, psychology or other behavioral health field.

Must be registered with the Board of Behavioral Sciences and possess an intern or associates number.

Must have had 2 or more years' experience providing clinical services for children with emotional problems in school based settings.

Experience and knowledge of Anasazi is a plus.

Part-time Unlicensed Therapist (LAC Mental Health Contracts)

Provide counseling/mental health services to high school age students. Practice as a member of a multi-disciplinary team in the provision of clinical assessment, intervention and support to students in school-based mental health settings.

Qualifications:
Master's Degree and with State of California BBS registration IMF/ASW in good standing

Experience in working in school-based mental health program, mental health clinic, day treatment or other behavioral health setting.

2-4 years professional experience in working with high risk youth.

Experience and knowledge in assessment and treatment of children and adolescents in special education programs.

Bilingual preferred.

Licensed Clinician

Provide counseling/mental health services to high-school age students. Practice as a member of a multi-disciplinary team in the provision of clinical assessment, intervention and support to students in school-based mental health settings.

Education/Experience

LCSW/LMFT, Master's Degree and California license in good standing with the CA BBS.

Must have experience working in school-based mental health program, mental health clinic, day treatment facility or other behavioral health setting.

2-4 years professional experience in working with high risk youth.

Experience and knowledge in assessment and treatment of children and adolescents in special education programs.

Bilingual preferred.

Unlicensed Clinician

Provide counseling/mental health services to high-school age students.  Practice as a member of a multi-disciplinary team in the provision of clinical assessment, intervention and support to students in school-based mental health settings.

Education/Experience

Master's Degree and registration with the state of California BBS as an IMF/ASW in good standing.

Must have experience in working in school-based mental health program, mental health clinic, day treatment or other behavioral health setting.

2-4 years professional experience in working with high risk youth.

Experience and knowledge in assessment and treatment of children and adolescents in special education programs.

Bilingual preferred.

LEARNING ASSISTANCE CENTER - Merit Academy

Mental Health Rehabilitation Specialist

Work in a high school day treatment setting providing behavioral support, coaching and modeling for students with socio-emotional and behavioral challenges.

Work directly with classroom teachers and students to implement behavioral interventions and strategies as outlined in student IEP and Behavior Support Plans.

Work collaboratively with treating therapist to assess student needs and implement student treatment plan as outlined by therapist.

Must have a Bachelor's degree in Psychology, Sociology or related field.

Experience working in special education setting/classroom preferred.

Parent Care

Temporary Perinatal Case Manager- 30 hours per week- countywide. Must have Bachelor's degree or 60 units of college credit

Temporary Alcohol and Drug Counselor- 25 hours per week- East region. Must have A/D certification or intern status.

STEIN EDUCATION CENTERS

Accounts Payable Clerk position handles two main functions the second of which is purchasing.  There are other duties as well, but this position requires that must have strong skills as far as paying attention to detail, working with minimal supervision and accomplishing responsibilities in a timely manner. 

Accounts Receivable Clerk position handles two main functions as well; this position assists with processing payroll and will be cross trained through the full payroll cycle.  This position also includes other duties, but must have strong Accounts Receivable and Payroll skills.

Community Training Specialists  Challenging, Physically Demanding, Very Rewarding work with developmentally disabled persons in the Vista Hill Stein Education Center Adult Program. The Community Training Specialists work with adults; responsible for implementation of community based behavioral programs/instructional programs/assigned consumer schedules/maintain consumer program books; participate in communications between program, outside agencies; parents/residential providers; job coaching, etc. HS diploma, 6 mos. experience implementing behavior management programs w/developmentally disabled preferred; Valid CA Drivers’ License, DMV clearance and auto insurance (must be willing to transport self and consumers to field sites). PT - 32.5 hrs. per week/benefits.

Functional Skills Aide

The Functional Skills Aide works under the supervision of the Classroom Teacher or Teacher Assistant, implementing the student's individualized instructional programs and behavior modification programs developed by the classroom teacher.

The Functional Skills Aide assists with students' self-help skills, such as eating, dressing, and toileting; communication, socialization, motor skills and play; pre-academic and academic activities; and community based activities, such as using public transportation, making purchases and working at a vocational site.

A Functional Skills Aide must have the ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.

The Functional Skills Aide must also have the ability to understand and carry out a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form and the ability to make functional decisions to protect the safety and welfare of students and other staff members.

The Functional Skills Aide must be able to move quickly in an emergency situation and run after a student or restrain or prone a student when there is a safety concern

The Functional Skills Aide is often required to stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl and must be able to lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. .

The Functional Skills Aide assists students in all aspects of personal hygiene.

The Functional Skills Aide must engage in a "team approach" to working with students and managing challenging behaviors.

The Functional Skills Aide provides transportation for students as needed.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

High school diploma or general education degree (GED) required.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS

Current Driver's License
DMV driving record clearance
Automobile insurance

Site Coordinator


Work in a Behavior Management Day Program, that is designed to serve developmentally disabled individuals with challenging behavioral issues requiring an intensive level of support or the Adult Services program that offer an Employment Opportunities Program which serves consumers who can benefit from training in community integrated environments with a less intensive staff ratio. Both programs serve adults from 18 to 64 years of age.

Education, Experience and Employment Requirements:
Bachelor's degree (B.A.) or related training experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience with persons with developmental disabilities preferred. Supervisory experience required.
Must possess a valid California driver's license, an acceptable DMV clearance, and demonstrate adequate automobile insurance coverage.

Duties include:

Participate in the development and implementation of consumers individualized Service Plans (ISPs)

Completes bi-annual progress reports.

Responsible for establishing and maintaining communication with parents, residential providers, Regional Center and general community.

Participates in program documentation i.e., SDRC, CCL, and SEC.
Provides direct services to the consumers as needed.

Ensures that the Community Training Specialists implement weekly schedule.

Teacher-in-Training

Duties:
Under the supervision/guidance of the teacher:
• Provide appropriate effective educational programs for all students.
• Assist in developing effective behavioral programs for all students.
• Maintain educational/behavioral records for each student in the class.
• Prepare student progress reports and IEPs as needed.
• Work cooperatively with teacher to review behavior management strategies and share educational programming ideas.
• Ensure compliance with relevant laws and Department of Education requirements.
• Prepare for certification reviews by the California Department of Education.
• Develop curriculum materials for students.
• Attend weekly BIP meetings.
• Assist in training functional skills aides.

Qualifications:
Must possess a thorough knowledge of instructional and behavioral technology; knowledge of I.E.P. process.
Must have a BA and be able to enroll in the teaching credential program.

Other requirements:
• Experience with students with developmental disabilities.
• Supervisory experience preferred.
• Computer knowledge.
• Physical ability to assist in an emergency.
• Valid California driver’s license, acceptable DMV clearance, and demonstrate adequate automobile insurance coverage.

The AmeriCorps VIP (Volunteer Infrastructure Project) Fellow will serve at Vista Hill and will manage volunteer resources assisting the Friends of Vista Hill by recruiting, selecting, coordinating, and training volunteers to assist with the department's fund raising efforts.

PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITIES AND JOB TASKS:
Recruit, screen, and coordinate volunteers:

Develop the infrastructure to sustain specialized, "high value," volunteer opportunities beyond the fiscal year.

Develop and implement a pre-service training program for volunteers.

Plan activities to engage and cultivate a sense of community among volunteers.

Submit accurate documentation, reports, and program statistics in a timely manner.

Develop program monitoring and evaluation tools

Produce marketing content and facilitate press releases.

Write at least one article for the bi-annual New Vistas Newsletters highlighting volunteer opportunities and activities.

Fundraise and cultivate business partnerships to benefit Vista Hill Programs.

Create and implement in-kind donation tracking and distribution program and recruit volunteers for on-going management of the program.

Communicate project load and status to Supervisor during weekly supervision.

Work closely with Friends of Vista Hill department staff and Vista Hill program staff to provide specialized volunteer support.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor's Degree or comparable combination of education and experience.

Knowledge/Experience/Skills and Abilities:

Strong oral and written communication skills.

Ability to work well in diverse teams.

Self-motivated with the ability to take initiative.

Volunteer coordination experience is a plus.

Knowledge of computer operations including Microsoft Office.

Ability to use general office systems and equipment.

Understanding and appreciation of different cultures and experiences.

Background in project management, marketing, event planning, public relations a plus.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
Must have own car and ability to work evenings and some weekends

Ability to travel for regional and statewide trainings

Must provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States

Must clear a criminal background check (DOJ/FBOI and National Sex Offender Public Website Database)

Must follow the AmeriCorps Code of Conduct while serving

BENEFITS:

Health coverage

Access to subsidized child care

Student loan deferment eligibility

Five personal leave days and ten sick days

$14,000 Living Allowance, Educational Award of $5,550 upon successful completion of term of service

37.5 hours per week.


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Pre-employment Screening (Drug test:, TB); Background Check (FBI & Dept. of Justice) required for all positions.

Send resumes via email: hr@vistahill.org; Fax: 858.514.5195 / 619.281.0453. Mail or apply in person: 6145 Decena Drive, San Diego, CA 92120 or 8910 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., San Diego, CA 92123-1104.

Visit Vista Hill's website for information about its programs www.vistahill.org.

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