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Graduate Assistant / Intern – Case Management Focus – UCSD (pdf)
My name is Andrew Hua and I serve as the Case Manager and Outreach Specialist at the University of California San Diego (UCSD). We have a very exciting internship/graduate assistantship opportunity for graduate students interested in Case Management Services.
For several years, UCSD Student Affairs Case Management Services have been working with the UCSD colleges, schools, and divisions to create a culture of care for our undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. However, for the first time this academic year, we are excited to provide an educational and enriching field experience for graduate students who may have an interest in working in a non-clinical role in a higher education setting.
Working with UCSD Student Affairs Case Management Services, graduate students will gain a fulfilling experience where one may provide guidance and facilitation to assist students in optimizing their educational experience while minimizing the impact of illness, injury, behavioral changes, and personal distress on students’ academic careers through the coordination of care, interventions, and social support with appropriate referrals, and follow up services within a broad network of campus and community resources. Although students in these positions develop and use clinical knowledge in their one-on-one and group interactions with undergraduate and graduate students, they do not provide direct clinical services. In addition to providing case management support, graduate student interns will have the opportunity to engage in program development, providing presentations and trainings, and working with diverse populations of students.
Our institution’s academic calendar is structured on the quarter system, however we are flexible with graduate students who are participating in a semester-structured academic program. In addition, we would like to share that we are flexible with creating a remote internship/graduate assistantship experience. Furthermore, our internship/graduate assistantship is a paid 16-hours/week program. For additional details regarding the practicum internship/graduate assistantship, please review the position description
Tutor – Learning Support Center – SDSU
The Educational Opportunity Programs & Ethnic Affairs (EOP) is designed to assist students from low-income backgrounds who are the first in their family to attend a 4-year institution. One of the many services EOP offers is free tutoring to our EOP students via the Learning Support Center (LSC). As reviewed our overall request for the year and needs, we need your assistance. We have specific areas that are in high demand and we want to be able to support our EOP students to be successful in these classes.
Our LSC is actively recruiting new tutors for the Fall 2020 semester.
Social Work classes – in the past we had a graduate student, who was available to tutor most classes.
SLHS student who has taken most of the lower division classes. Our person for this year also graduated this semester.
Nutrition – also an upper-division, special need for someone who has taken NUTR 313.- Unfortunately, we have never had a tutor for this, but I looked through the course request (from the beginning of 2020) and 4 different students requested tutoring for this class.
The EOP Learning Support Center is looking for passionate, knowledgeable, and dependable individuals to work as tutors for the Fall 2020 semester. To apply, students must:
- be a junior, senior or graduate student,
- have successfully completed at least one semester at SDSU,
- GPA of 3.0 or more,
- must have earned at least a B in the class(es) they wish to tutor.
The pay rate is $14 an hour and hours are flexible. Applicants must be dependable and comfortable working one on one and with groups. If interested and qualified, please fill out this preliminary survey https://forms.gle/LeextzmykLpnwo5p8 developed to pre-screen potential candidates.
* Please Note: We will ask Qualified applicants to complete an LSC Tutor Application, send us your Unofficial SDSU Transcripts, and interview for the position.
For more information about the LSC, please visit our website: https://sa.sdsu.edu/eop/services/learning-support-center or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The UCSD Mother Child & Adolescent HIV Program provides comprehensive and integrated HIV care, social services and clinical research to women, children and youth ages 13-24. A multidisciplinary team of HIV specialists provides medical care, treatment, mental health services, health education, nutrition education, counseling, case management and clinical research studies.
The Patient Navigator serves as a non-clinical resource and liaison for patients and their families. Assists with navigating all aspects of the healthcare system. Uses knowledge of the unit or clinic to resolve issues and identify ways to increase patient satisfaction. Collaborates with department managers to meet patient expectations, achieve quality outcomes and build a patient focused culture.
Day-to-day responsibilities include performing biopsychosocial assessments and generating care plans to support patients being retained in HIV medical care. This may include support with medical systems (e.g. navigating appointments, benefits counseling, medication adherence, health education) as well as other supports that make is possible for individuals to stay engaged in their care, like having basic needs met (referrals for housing, food insecurity, legal services, behavioral health, etc.).
Communities Fighting COVID
Communities Fighting COVID! is recruiting Community Health Workers to conduct contact tracing to stop the spread of COVID-19 in San Diego County communities.
San Diego State University has partnered with San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency to serve the Spanish-speaking, Arabic-speaking, and African American communities in San Diego County using a Community Health Worker approach. They will be hiring up to 40 Community Health Workers who represent those communities in the coming weeks. SDSU School of Public Health director Dr. Hala Madanat and SDSU Institute for Public Health director Dr. Corinne McDaniels-Davidson will host a public Town Hall for people interested in applying for the positions. Attendees will hear about the jobs and application process and get a chance to get their questions answered during the live Town Hall at 6:00pm on Monday, June 8th.
To review the job description and register for the Town Hall, visit ListenToSanDiego.org
San Ysidro Health is hiring. The State of California, Department of Health Care Services Program called the Home and Community Based Alternatives Waiver, which is administered by San Ysidro Health for the entire County of San Diego, has positions open. The program allows at risk Medi-Cal eligible participants the opportunity to receive wrap around services, including State paid care (Personal care providers, LVN, RN, OT/PT, etc.; paid caregivers can be family members in many cases) in a residential setting (their home, family home, friends home, etc.).
We are currently recruiting for (3) Master’s Level Social Workers (MSW) to enhance our Community Care Management Teams (CMT). A CMT comprised of a RN and Masters level social worker manage the care of each participant, with direct input from the participant and participant family.
Each team is assigned to a region of San Diego County (usually near the RN and/or MSW residences, unless they just really like to drive/work in another part of town).
Although the employer is San Ysidro Health, it is important to note the position offers significant flexibility to care manage from home most days. For example, a MSW living in El Cajon would only need to come into the office (located at 1800 Maxwell Road, Chula Vista, CA 91911) twice per week (once for a team meeting, and once to complete weekly paperwork for case management).
Once interested candidates review the job posting, please email me a resume, including contact information for a brief phone interview. If candidates are concerned that they may not meet all listed requirements, please reach out to Sarah Pretanvil, Sarah.Pretanvil@SYHealth.org, to discuss your interest in the position and background.
The Forensic Social Worker will conduct comprehensive biopsychosocial assessments and case management for IJDP clients. Applicants should have experience in the juvenile delinquency system and a working understanding of service providers and the juvenile entitlement landscape in Los Angeles County.