The California Long-Term Care Education Center welcomes members of all groups and reaffirms its commitment not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, religion, sex, national origin, disability or sexual orientation in its educational programs, activities, and employment practices.
- Field Coordinator
Reports to: Regional Manager
Position Summary: The Field Coordinator performs recruitment and class coordination within the CMMI educational program in an assigned region.
Functions and Responsibilities:
- Coordinates the implementation of the CMMI grant program or CLTCEC program in an assigned region
- Organizes, recruits and enrolls participants into orientations or trainings including coordinating and conducting one-on-one home visits
- Collects all required information, data, and forms from participants
- Presents programs to community partners, consumers, providers, and other stakeholders
- Works in close collaboration with the Regional Manager and other Field Coordinators in managing all components of class coordination
- Plans and conducts outreach activities for participant recruitment, including working in collaboration with community based organizations
- Manages the daily regional relationship with project partners
- Works as part of a regional team to debrief and strategize the work in the region to meet the goals and objectives of the project
- Supports the daily project activities in a region
- Represents the Education Center in the field and with partners
- Develops and submits reports to the Regional Manager
- Monitors the success of recruitment strategy and contributes to ongoing strategic planning with the Regional Manager to meet deliverables
- Provides information and referrals to consumers and providers as needed
- Assists with other regional work as necessary
- Performs other duties assigned by Grant Manager and/or Executive Director and/or Director of Operations
- Bachelors' degree in workforce development or related area or relevant experience
- Experience in workforce development, community organizing or recruitment
- Effective oral and written communication with public speaking skills
- Highly organized, systemic thinker with strong time management skills
- Ability to work well in a team environment and independently
- Exhibit collegiality and diplomacy within a team environment, display good work ethics and a mature understanding of cultural diversity
- Ability to work with diverse racial and ethnic communities
- Demonstrate compassion, competency, and professional accountability for interactions with consumers, stakeholders, colleagues, and others
- Bilingual preferred (Spanish/English, Chinese/English, Korean/English).
- Proficient in MS Office applications and familiar with database programs.
- Flexibility to work long and irregular hours, including evenings and weekends, as needed.
- Able to travel within California
- Reliable transportation required
- Valid California driver license required
- Commitment to the goals and mission of CLTCEC
- IHSS Instructor
Reports to: Director of Education
- Los Angeles County, CA
- Contra Costa County, CA
- Santa Clara County, CA
- Alameda County, CA
Instructors teach 17 weeks of theory and and practical skills needed to care for individuals in the home environment. The instructor is provided with curriculum, tests, and materials.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Teach curriculum in an environment which facilitates student learning and achievement.
- Utilize evidence-based teaching and learning strategies for instruction, i.e., provide explicit instruction, guided practice, skill reiteration, independently and collaboratively create unit/lesson plans and related assessments, select and develop instructional materials that align with career technical success standards.
- Test studentsâ€™ knowledge of terminology, basic concepts, and cluster principals to ascertain completion readiness.
- Maintain industry connection through participation in associations and other related memberships.
- Counsel and motivate students regarding behavior, training, personal and/or study habits and problems. Coordinate with class coordinators and other staff as necessary to resolve issues affecting student training.
- Maintain classroom environment (behavior and surroundings) conducive to learning.
- Take student attendance and submit in a timely manner on a daily basis and maintain computerized records of student progress, attendance, and more.
- Control use of equipment and recommend purchases.
- Participate in student disciplinary program(s) as requested.
- Cultivate and maintain a climate free of harassment, intimidation, and disrespect to provide a safe place for instructors, staff and students to work and learn.
- Clearly communicate and consistently model appropriate employability skills including personal responsibility.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Classroom oversight, including site visits, and follow up.
- Complete paperwork related to CMMI grant classes including but not limited to maintaining and tracking attendance and sign-in sheets.
- Manage caseload of enrolled students.
- Record keeping of participants using computerized database.
- Prior teaching experience in home health, health care delivery or biology.
- Bilingual and fluent Spanish-English, Korean-English, Chinese-English, Armenian-English, with ability to instruct in health occupations in both languages.
- First Aid/CPR certificate or obtain certificate within first 90 days of hire.
- Familiarity with Home Health Aide (HHA) certification, Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) or In Home Supportive Services (IHSS) training.
- Sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socio-economic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of adult learners.
- Job experience within health industry.
- CA driverâ€™s license and acceptable driving record.
- Ability and willingness to travel to instruct classes.
- Ability to work evenings and weekends.
- Academic proficiency and ability to teach effectively in a field related to healthcare.
- Experience in teaching home-based care to students of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, students in need of remediation and students with learning and physical disabilities. Experience with student remediation and computer-based learning is a plus.
- Commitment to professional growth and development as well as continued improvement of teaching.
- Proficient computer skills.
- Positive interpersonal relationship skills, ability to receive feedback and ability to work as part of a new team are essential personal attributes.
- Strong work ethic and good sense of humor.
- A work style that emphasizes primacy of mission, sharing of credit, and clear accountability for results.
- Ability to work independently and within a team setting.
- Ability to pay attention to details.
- Commitment to the goals and mission of CA Long-Term Care Education Center.
To Apply: Email resume stating location preference and writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Internships (Statewide)
Internship is open to college students and recent graduates. Intern candidates must be available for a minimum of 10-15 hours per week. Desirable candidate must be results and deadline oriented, able to work well in a dynamic environment, and is extremely organized. Working knowledge of numerous software programs such as Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Word, and Firefox is a plus.
The interns responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Performing detailed administrative tasks for an assigned department
- providing administrative and clerical support to assigned supervisors
- answers questions from students and prospective students
- directs inquiries within assigned department.
- Interns may also be asked to provide assistance on specific projects.