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Alum Rock Counseling Center seeks a creative, experienced and energetic fundraising professional to join our team as a full time Director of Development and Communications.
Alum Rock Counseling Center (ARCC) delivers a full complement of behavioral health services to youth and their families in the neighborhoods we serve throughout Santa Clara County. Alum Rock Counseling Center serves over 2,600 youth and their families a year, and currently has nearly 100 full-time employees and 40 volunteers, with close to 80% of direct services staff being culturally and linguistically reflective of the community it serves. For over 40 years, ARCC’s programs have helped to keep at-risk youth safe, in school, and drug- and violence-free.
This position reports to the Chief Executive Officer and is a member of the Leadership Team at ARCC.
The Director of Development and Communications is responsible for developing and implementing annual fundraising goals and strategies, including: donor cultivation, major gift solicitation, grant writing, marketing initiatives, website planning and oversight, special events, and development and communication strategy.
Alum Rock Counseling Center offers a generous time off package, including 20 days of paid time off (PTO) and 11 holidays per year. Our benefits package includes health, dental and vision coverage; life insurance and long term disability; and a retirement savings plan with agency contribution.
ARCC offers competitive compensation based on prior experience, education, and position requirements. ARCC is an equal opportunity employer and encourages qualified, diverse candidates to apply.
Under the supervision of First 5 Program Manager, the Bilingual Therapist will provide therapeutic interventions and home visitation services to children ages 0-5 in their home environment.
Alum Rock Counseling Services is seeking a full time, bilingual Counselor for its Social Emotional Academic Services (SEAS) Program. The Counselor II will provide Medi-Cal appropriate and approved individual therapy, rehabilitation, collateral, and case management services to youth exhibiting and/or engaging in high-risk or delinquent behavior in a school based setting. Employing evidence-based practices, SEAS services are targeting high school students who are behaviorally beyond control of their guardians, curfew violators, truants, and/or runaways. The Counselor will offer intervention and supportive services to a culturally and linguistically diverse client base of teens exhibiting and/or engaging in substance use, gang involvement, poor school attendance, depression, and other delinquent behavior. This position may require travel within the community, but services will generally be provided at a high school campus site.
Alum Rock Counseling Center (ARCC) is working closely with local school districts to deliver the Prevention Early Intervention (PEI) Services Program in East and Central San Jose. Employing evidence-based practices, PEI services are targeting high-risk youth and their families with the goal of preventing, reducing, and eliminating mental health issues that may be inhibiting academic success and family wellness. The Clinician supports PEI by engaging families, primarily, in individual and group therapy to reduce and/or eliminate escalated behavioral challenges exhibited by students.
Under the supervision of the SOS Program Manager, the Counselor II will provide Medi-Cal appropriate and approved individual therapy, rehabilitation, collateral, and case management services to youth exhibiting and/or engaging in high-risk or delinquent behavior in a school based setting. Employing evidence-based practices, MCRC services are targeting high-risk youth ages 6-17 who are behaviorally beyond control of their guardians, curfew violators, truants, and/or runaways. Offer intervention and supportive services to a culturally and linguistically diverse client base of children and youths exhibiting and/or engaging in substance use, gang involvement, poor school attendance, depression, and other delinquent behavior. This position requires travel to various school settings within the community. Services are provided at elementary, middle, and high school locations. The position will be based in the community.