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Service Coordinator

Date Updated: 07/30/2021
  • Social worker opportunity outside of Los Angeles Metro
  • Great quality of life position offering flexible schedules
  • Excellent health benefits free of charge to employee
1000 S. Fremont Ave.
Alhambra, CA 91802

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  • Hours: Flexible Start Time Between 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM 8 Hour Shifts | Alternative Schedule Available Working 9 Hours Monday - Thursday with Every Other Friday Off
  • Employed
  • Languages Required: Chinese - Cantonese, Chinese - Mandarin
  • Call Schedule: No Call
  • Loan Repayment
  • Compensation: $34,860 - $68,328 Based on Experience
  • Benefits:
    - Medical, dental, and vision free of charge to employee (Buy-up options available for dependents)
    - Life insurance - 1x annual salary
    - Long term disability
    - Pension plan - 9% of salary is added to pension with no match or contribution required; voluntary contributions up to 15%
    - Voluntary benefits include additional life insurance, critical illness insurance, short term disability, legal & ID theft services
    - 12 days sick time
    - Vacation time- first year 1 week; first year-seventh year 3 weeks, eighth year-fourteenth year 4 weeks; fifteenth year-twentieth year 5 weeks; twenty first year+ 6 weeks
    - 4 days PTO
    - 13 Holidays
    - Annual merit increases of 5%
    - Parking pass paid by ELARC
  • Additional Information:
    - Bachelor's Degree in Child Development, Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Behavioral Science or closely related field
    - Bilingual English/Cantonese and or Mandarin required.
    - At least 1 yr of direct experience working with at risk and/or developmentally disabled infants, toddlers, pre-schoolers and their families
    - Familiarity with early child development and infant/family issues required
    - Knowledge of the early intervention system

    - Will be working with patients aged 0-3 as part of the Early Start Program
    - The Early Start Program is California's response to federal legislation ensuring that Early Start services to infants and
    toddlers with disabilities and their families are provided in a coordinated, family-centered system of services that are
    available statewide

    - Using family-centered thinking strategies, responsible for developing, implementing, and evaluating the Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) process in partnership with parents/family members