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Join our dedicated team of professionals and help change lives. Schurig Center’s staff and team of consulting professionals include licensed mental health therapists, neuropsychologists, occupational therapists, expressive art therapists, and administrative and development personnel. The team is small in number and highly collaborative. Our center is located in Larkspur in a natural setting near a walking path, estuary, and is surrounded by a beautiful garden.
If you’re interested in joining a team that is positive, collaborative, and fun to work with while also make a big difference in your community, then contact us today!
Current Job Opportunities
The Programs Manager is responsible for assisting with the design and implementation of all services offered and ensuring that the systems utilized for tracking and collecting client data is organized and efficient. The position interfaces with the clinical staff and facilitators, survivors of brain injury, their families, and professionals in the field. They are an integral member of the team, ensuring our services meet the needs of survivors and their families. Additionally, this role works closely with the clinical team of teachers and facilitators to ensure clients are recruited, enrolled, and successful in attending the services. The Programs Manager works closely with the Executive Director and assists with the provision of training and supervision for the clinical team members at Schurig Center.
The Programs Manager position is an integral role on our team and has tremendous impact in the lives of the clients served by Schurig Center. This position is best suited for a person who enjoys being busy; is able to multi-task while handling interruptions; is highly organized; and, who thrives in a role whose mission is to ‘make things better’ – from making lives better to improving internal systems. In addition to developing relationships with the team, this position interacts regularly with clients and families who access services. This role is a beautiful blend of service design work and connection with clients.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- In collaboration with the Executive Director (ED), oversee day to day operations of Schurig Center programs and services
- In collaboration with the ED and Program Committee, assist with the design and implementation of rehabilitative, innovative and therapeutic service delivery
- Oversee the design, development, monitoring, and tracking of subjective and objective outcome measurements (data collection and implementation procedure) for all on-site programs.
- Assess, analyze and evaluate program quality and improvement in collaboration with the Executive Director and the team
- Coordinate and implement all service (class) schedule with all program staff and independent contractors, and communicate the final schedule to development/marketing manager who redesigns the marketing materials with correct class schedule
- Track and coordinate new enrollments, discharges, and class openings/waitlists in all on-site services, and coordinate the enrollment process (e.g. intake procedure, follow- up, a sign-up process, fee agreement, and payment) with all clients
- Work with Operations Manager to manage clinical paperwork flow and file storage.
- Track statistics monthly utilizing current Schurig Center forms (e.g. service provided, demographic data, etc.)
- Meet with drop-in visitors and provide informal phone support as needed (survivors, family members, caregivers, and other individuals needing support)
- Oversee the intake process with the Community Liaison & Intake Coordinator and complete
- Coordinate the billing and payment process with the Office Manager and bookkeeper before or after the clients sign up for new or ongoing services
- Previous supervisory experience
- Excellent communication, organizational and time management skills
- Likes interacting with the public and possesses the ability to interact effectively and supportively with adults with disabilities
- Ability to multi-task while handling interruptions Work collaboratively within a small team structure
- Calm, professional and positive demeanor
- Enjoys creating systems and organizing
- Ability to work on-site and remotely
- 4-year college degree
- Clinical training in understanding and working with the needs of people who are living with a disability and systems/resources commonly utilized by persons/families living with disabilities
- Experience working in a milieu/clinical setting and an understanding of behavior modification
- An understanding of acquired brain injury, short and long-term side effects, survivor/caregiver needs, client-centered advocacy
- Previous employment as a programs coordinator or manager
- Education and training in the fields of Social Work, Counseling, Neuropsychology or Rehabilitation Psychology
- Experience working in a non-profit setting
Part-Time (25 hours per week)
Medical Benefits stipend, Paid Vacation (3 weeks), Paid Sick Time (1.5 weeks)
Email cover letter and resume to Patricia Gill, Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org