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The County of San Mateo's Human Services Agency, Children and Family Services Branch is seeking well-qualified and motivated individuals for the position of Psychiatric Social Worker (PSW). Under general supervision, PSWs provide therapeutic counseling and support services to children and families connected to the child welfare system and individual and group therapeutic counseling and case management services to clients having basic and/or severe emotional, family, and/or social adjustment problems.
Tri-City is looking for one special individual to serve as its Community Crisis Response Team (CCRT) Clinical Therapist II. Under supervision, the CCRT Psychiatric Technician will provide field-based crisis intervention, linkage and referral, consultation, and education within the scope of practice. The CCRT Psychiatric Technician will report to the Crisis Intervention and Medication Support Manager but will be located at Claremont City Hall.
Tri-City is looking for one special individual to serve as its Community Crisis Response Team (CCRT) Psychiatric Technician. Under supervision, the CCRT Psychiatric Technician will provide field-based crisis intervention, linkage and referral, consultation, and education within the scope of practice. The CCRT Psychiatric Technician will report to the Crisis Intervention and Medication Support Manager but will be located at Claremont City Hall.
Tri-City is looking to fill a temporary vacancy for Program Support Assistant (PSA) I for the Adult Full-Service Partnership (FSP) Program. This is a limited term position filling a vacancy due to a staff leave and the assignment is expected to last for approximately 4 to 6 weeks. The PSA position provides administrative and clerical support to our clinical team who work directly with persons with moderate to severe behavioral health challenges. The PSA position will report to the Clinical Program Manager.
The City of East Palo Alto is currently recruiting for the Police Commander position for our City. We invite you to review the position details and if you find that this opportunity is right for you, please complete your application, resume, cover letter, supplemental questionnaire and Police Commander Assessment.
Primary responsibility is to command the operations of the Police Department; performs complex administrative and professional duties; ranks second in command; acts as Chief in the absence of the Police Chief.
The City of Union City is seeking a highly experienced financial leader to help guide the City during a unique time of challenges and opportunities. Union City, like all communities throughout the country, is facing a substantial impact from the Coronavirus and the new Assistant City Manager/Chief Financial Officer (ACM/CFO) will be expected to provide strategic leadership guidance, organizational expertise and a high level of financial acumen to help the organization successfully meet those challenges.
The City of Foster City seeks a seasoned and dynamic leader to serve as its next City Manager during a unique time of challenges and opportunities. The City, like all cities, is facing a period of increased financial uncertainty due to the economic fallout of COVID-19 pandemic and will have to adapt the organization to meet these challenges while still providing high level services to the community. The next City Manager will lead a young, mostly new, and highly skilled City staff in a collaborative and team-oriented fashion with a focus on mentorship and organizational development.
Tri-City looking to fill a unique opportunity for Clinical Supervisor I which oversees our Internship Program within our Wellness Center. The Clinical Supervisor I position will report to the Wellness Center Manager and will provide administrative and clinical supervision for 4-8 interns year-round.
This position is responsible for a variety of ongoing responsibilities including, but not limited to:
Tri-City is looking to fill one vacancy for Clinical Therapist I/II within the Children’s School Partnership Program (SPT). The Clinical Therapist I/II will appeal to individuals who are passionate about working with children, adolescents, young adults and their families and may have or would like experience in a school setting. The Clinical Therapist I/II will report to the School Partnership Clinical Supervisor.