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Position: Development and Marketing Coordinator
Reports To: Executive Director
Overview of Responsibilities:
The Marketing and Development Coordinator for Ohlhoff Recovery Programs, a not for profit treatment program for drug and alcohol addiction, will perform/oversee all functions related to raising sufficient funds from corporations, foundations, and individuals to meet budgetary requirements of the Agency.
Administer and update overall fund development strategy and calendar for the organization, in conjunction with the Executive Director and the Board of Governors. The plan includes maintenance of current Board approved fundraising programs as well as identifying and implementing new strategies.
Coordinate the meetings, agenda, and activities for marketing and development. This includes planning and promoting events such as the annual Golf & Tennis Tournament fundraiser, provider events, community outreach events, Alumni BBQ, and Bishops Luncheon.
Serve as staff liaison to Executive Director and Board of Governors. Provide monthly development reports to the Board of Governors.
Develop strategies and execute approaches for fundraising in each of the following areas:
o Foundations - Secure a minimum of 150k through foundation funding by writing foundation proposals to meet general operating and program needs. Cultivate and maintain ongoing relationships with foundation funders. Prepare and submit timely interim and annual grant reports.
o Individuals – Oversee growth and stewardship of individual donors to generate 100k or more through annual giving campaigns, special events, the Golf & Tennis Tournament, major donor campaigns, board gifts, legacy gifts, and the Dollar A Day Club Campaign. Manage regular solicitations through direct mail and website.
o Corporations – Secure funds from corporations as sponsors for special events where there is an opportunity for public recognition. Work with Program Directors and Board of Governors to identify specific program necessities and prospective corporate donors to fulfill those needs.
Spearhead advertising and social media for Ohlhoff. Organize and create regular newsletters. Interface with media through press releases regarding Board news, new hires, awards, accomplishments, and special events. Create a community of followers through regular social media content and campaigns.
Maintain the donor database with weekly updates
Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing and Communications or similar area of study.
Experience in working for not-for-profit entities and proven ability to fundraise.
Must possess excellent writing, computer, creative, and organizational skills.
Must be a self-starter and project oriented person.
Experience with Blackbaud and/or eTapestry a plus!
Must be able to sit for a minimum of 6 hours daily, perform rapid repetitive motions of hands/wrists/arms for 1 hour daily, stand and walk for 1 hour daily. Ability to lift and/or carry 20 lbs of charts, files, boxes occasionally.
Job Type: Full-Time, 32-35 hours per week
Job Start Date: May 2019*
Application Process: Email cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Position: Full-Time LCSW Clinical Supervisor Position
Reports To: Executive Director
Requirements: LCSW degree with at least 3 years of recent supervisory experience; preferred experience with chemical dependency
Overview of Responsibilities:
The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for providing, coordinating and supervising the clinical care for clients currently receiving services at Ohlhoff Recovery Programs. The Clinical Supervisor supervises interns in training and counselors who are not yet credentialed, including providing individual and group supervision, and creating and maintaining written standards of clinical care. The Clinical Supervisor works closely with the other members of the management team to ensure a standard of excellence in quality of clinical care across agency programs.
Provide individual and group clinical supervision of trainees, interns, and staff to ensure a high standard of clinical care agency-wide.
Monitor and review all charting for all clients. Client files must be reviewed and confirmed for continuous quality assurance, regularly.
Helps to develop educational programs, trainings, and workshops for all staff of the agency as it relates to providing quality care for clients.
Participate in bi-weekly clinical meetings and work collaboratively with the Program Directors /Medical Director as needed.
Coordinate trainee and intern professional development with graduate school clinical coordinators, including bi-yearly evaluations, site visitation, and student compliance with agency needs.
Assist in recruiting interns for a practicum training program within the agency.
Ensure compliance with the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) Mental Health and Substance Abuse Use Disorder Services Division. Assist with site visits and compliance orders.
MUST be an LCSW with 3 years experience post-licensure providing clinical supervision to staff/interns
Experience in community-based substance abuse agency or co-occurring program
Experience with the following evidence based practices: Motivational Interviewing, CBT, DBT, Social Model Theory
Experience with Utilization Reviews and overseeing Quality Assurance Insurance Reviews
Detail oriented with excellent verbal skills, organization skills, and time management skills
Must be able to sit for a minimum of 5 hours daily, perform rapid repetitive motions of hands/wrists/arms for 1 hour daily, stand and walk for 2 hours daily.
Job Type: Full-Time, 32-35 hours per week, and on-call availability for clinical emergencies
Job Start Date: May 2019*
Application Process: Email cover letter, resume, and two letters of professional recommendation to email@example.com AND firstname.lastname@example.org. Candidates selected for interviews should be prepared for reference checks and at least two in-person interviews before the final selection.
*Please note that we are hiring for a position that will be available at the end of May 2019 and will not have an opening before that time.*
Ohlhoff Recovery Programs is proud to serve as a practicum and internship training site to students in psychology and counseling graduate programs throughout the Bay Area. We accept students pursuing MSW degrees, MFT degrees, Master’s degrees in Rehabilitation Counseling, CAADAC, or other drug and alcohol counseling certifications who wish to learn about dual diagnosis, the spiritual basis of recovery, the social model of reintegration into the community, and multi-cultural issues. Ohlhoff Recovery Programs serves a diverse client population with differing levels of treatment needs. We provide students a specialized training program within a variety of treatment components. These include our 6-month residential programs for working men, our 30-day primary residential program for adults, and our intensive outpatient treatment programs for adults and adolescents. In addition, we work closely with the Wellness Centers at a number of high schools in San Francisco.
Students will have the opportunity to work closely with staff in an interdisciplinary treatment setting, where they will attend weekly treatment team meetings. They will receive training on the interaction between substance use and mental health issues, information on psychiatric treatment of dual disorders, and the 12-Step approach to treatment of substance abuse. Qualifying students will have the ability to administer and interpret psychological test batteries in many of our components.
Please submit a CV/resume, a letter of intent, and three letters of recommendation to Elissa Stevens at email@example.com.
CVs and resumes are accepted from students from December 15th through April 1st.
The practicum/internship begins in July and ends in June. Students spend twenty hours per week at their site providing individual, group, and family counseling. Students receive one hour per week of individual supervision by a licensed psychologist, two hours per week of group supervision and weekly didactic trainings in a variety of chemical dependency and mental health issues.
Thank you for taking an interest in our agency as a prospective field placement. Please download our brochure for more information or feel free to call Elissa Stevens at (415) 575-1100 ext. 590 with any questions you might have regarding practicum/internship opportunities at Ohlhoff Recovery Programs.
If you are interested in volunteering, please call us at (415) 621-4388 or toll free at (877) 477-4543 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume and a cover letter describing how much time you can commit and why you are interested in our program.
It is the policy of Ohlhoff Recovery Programs to provide equal opportunity in employment and advancement for all qualified persons without regard to race, color, creed, age, sex, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, Veteran status (including Vietnam-era or disabled Veteran status), marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, HIV/AIDS status, domestic partner status or any other non-job related factor. This policy applies to every aspect of employment, advancement, transfer, demotion, layoff, termination, compensation, benefits, training activities protected by Federal or State law, such as filing a complaint of discrimination, or assisting in a discrimination investigation.