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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.
Looking to Hire Undergraduate (UA) or Graduate Research Assistant (GA) Part-Time Job in Research – SDSU
Department: School of Social Work
Worksite: San Diego State University
Appointment: 10 hours a week part-time job
Assistant Professor: Dr. Frances Nedjat-Haiem
IRB Approved Protocol Number: HS-2020-0019
Research Projected Entitled: Identifying Health Literacy and Cultural Factors for Adapting Advance Care Planning for Latinx with Chronic Illness
The UA or GA will be working 10 hours a week focused on this research project.
This study is interested in hearing from stakeholders, those who work in or around the San Diego area and have an interest in Latino(s) health care. This UA or GA part-time position is available to assist Dr. Nedjat-Haiem to engage in community participatory research in order to develop a stakeholder group and conducting focus groups. We will be recruiting stakeholders, community members, family members, service providers, health care providers and/or staff serving the Latino(a) population.
The UA or GA will assist with data collection, managing documents, manage data files and data entry into Qualtrics, organize office space, participate in meetings and conduct presentations. It would be most beneficial if the person is bilingual in English/Spanish, able to speak, read, and write in both languages, and understand research conduct, ethics, effective oral/written communication, and present all information in English/Spanish. This person will assist with implementation of research activities in the community for recruitment, screening, consent forms, baseline/follow-up surveys, and focus group sessions as well as assist with transcription services and translation (English/Spanish back translation efforts) adaptation to address linguistic health literacy and low reading levels of materials including consent forms, screening measures, and questionnaires, flyers, reviewing accuracy of translation.
If interested, please send a resume along with two references to Dr. Frances Nedjat-Haiem at firstname.lastname@example.org or (619) 594-6860
The Philanthropy Manager’s primary responsibilities will include prospecting and soliciting foundations and grantors for grant opportunities, bolstering individual giving campaigns and work to deliver creative solutions to support philanthropic activities and organizational ambassador-building for the organization as a whole.
The position provides guidance and support to students in resolving educational and personal challenges that may impede their academic progress. The work produced by this position requires strong knowledge of mental health, student advocacy and crisis management. The scope of this position is to collaborate in providing support to students in distress by triaging concerns and coordinating a response from the college community. May oversee professional referrals for both on and off-campus providers, on-going support, outreach, and follow up to undergraduate college community.
- Must have a 3.0 cumulative GPA for graduate courses during employment.
- Must be enrolled in at least 6 units in a student personnel or related graduate program during
the academic year.
- Must be available to work during:
- International Parent Orientation – September 2020
- Homecoming Family Weekend – October 23-25, 2020
- Siblings Day – January 2021
- Student Leaders Recruitment – March and April, 2021
- Triton Day Friday Preview – April 2021
- Triton Day – April 2021
- Transfer Triton Day – May 2021
Various Openings – Veterans Village of San Diego
The scope of this position is to collaborate in providing support to students in distress by triaging concerns and coordinating a response from the University community. The incumbent will develop services for primarily graduate students at UC San Diego, coordinating case management between the Dean of Graduate Division, the Assistant Dean of Graduate Student Affairs, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) providers, Student Health Services (SHS) practitioners, Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) staff, Housing, Dining, and Hospitality (HDH), and other campus partners as necessary.
The Housing Services Coordinator is responsible for a variety of duties that facilitate affordable housing alternatives for seniors. The Housing Services Coordinator has strong administrative and direct client service skills. The Housing Services Coordinator assesses, interviews, and finds suitable roommate matches for our HomeShare program, as well as providing mediation and ongoing support to participants. The Housing Services Coordinator assists in providing information and referrals to seniors looking for affordable housing options. The Housing Services Coordinator is a team player who is patient, flexible and has excellent conflict resolution and critical thinking skills.
Under the supervision of the Director of Counseling and Psychological Services, SHCS, the Case Manager and
Community Liaison (CMCL) will provide services designed to minimize the impact of mental illness or
emotional distress on the academic and personal pursuits of students through effective case management and
the coordination of mental health and medical care between campus and community resources. The CMCL will
collaborate with counseling faculty and other SHCS staff to monitor a clinical case management time load,
support with counseling center triage procedures, and support continuity of care for students treated in SHCS.
The CMCL will initiate and develop ongoing relationships with the campus community and the community at
large to support mission of SHCS and assure continuity of care.
The Clinician is responsible for providing mental health assessment and counseling intervention services, as well as continually monitoring and documenting clients’ mental well-being and overall adjustment to the Unaccompanied Minors program. The Clinician’s functions are performed as part of a multi-disciplinary team and include the development and implementation of client therapeutic plans, facilitating transfers, and reunification planning. All duties will be performed based on education, training and certified counseling experience within the social service and/or mental health fields. The clinician is subject to work extended hours and weekends, and to be on-call.