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Job Openings Below

Do you have a commitment to improving the lives of today’s youth? Plan-It Life is recruiting for individuals with a passion for changing lives.

Opportunities for employment vary from entry level to highly skilled, licensed positions. 

Interested applicants can download and complete the forms in the steps below. Please submit those forms via email to Resume@planitlife.org. You may also print and fax them to (951) 653-7563. Please place “Attention Employment Application” in the subject line. Submitting an application and/or resume does not guarantee employment; an individual is not considered an applicant until all required paperwork is submitted. All resumes and/or inquiries made will be responded to by a representative from Plan-It life.

CURRENT JOB OPENINGS OCTOBER 2022

 

 

 

Counselors

PLAN-IT LIFE, INC.

Employment Type: Part-time Day shifts, Full-time Day shifts, F/T NOC Shift 10 p.m. – 8 a.m.

All shifts are, Front end: S, M, T, W and Back end: W,Th, Fri, Sat

Thank you for your interest in the Youth Care Counselor at Plan-It Life, Inc. We are Human Service organization currently in search of compassionate, energetic, team-oriented, and self-motivated individuals to fill Youth Care Counselor positions. We participate in a TEAMWORK approach to create the best possible outcome for our residence and employees. We offer an exceptional work environment based on respect, division of tasks to double the success, integrity and commitment to the youth we service. If these ethics are exciting to you and you thrive in a collective team-based environment, then Plan-It Life may be the right choice for you. Must be at least 21 years of age.

Pay: $16.00 – $20.00 an hour depending on education and experience.

Flexible hours available

Position Qualifications:

· One (1) year experience in a group home setting OR twelve (12) college units in Child development/Psychology/Human Service related field, Or BA /BS degree in Human Service related field.

· Must be in good physical and emotional health

· Must have a valid California Driver’s License and a good driving record

· Meet title 22 Personnel requirements regarding fingerprint and Child Abuse Clearance

· Must be at least 21 years of age

· Willing to meet CPI and First Aid /CPR training requirements within the first 30 days of employment Duties and Responsibilities:(We train)

· Some Computer Skills is a must

· Full-time is 32+ hours

· Part-time positions 30 hours or less

· Must be willing to fill in during an emergency

Youth Care Counselors Responsibilities:

· Client intake inventory of items; responsible for the protection, care and supervision of residents at all times

· Youth Care Counselors will provide transportation to and from school, Court, family visits, as well as specified appointments

· Youth Care Counselors will be responsible for the implementation of treatment plans on a daily basis, prepare meals and assist with daily living skills of adolescents in a 24-hour treatment facility

· Medication assistance with training

· Legal documentation (communication log, incident reports, daily program log)

· Shift exchange

· Participate in staff training/ meetings

· Prepare and serve meals

· Initiate and supervise activities (community, study time, facility)

· Ensure facility structure, policies and procedures

· Make sure all vehicles are inspected after outings

· perform other duties as requested in order to maintain the safety and well-being of the residents in the program

· Work Collaboratively with an in-disciplinary team to ensure needs of clients are met

 

 

 

Licensed Eligible Clinical Therapist

Plan-It Life, Inc.

$58,000 – $69,000 per year

Based on experience/ length of License

Full-time

Number of hires for this role 1

Qualifications

· Seeking safety Evidence Based Program

· DBT, CBT or other evidence-based treatment: 1 year (Preferred)

· Clinical Psychologist, MFT, LPCC or LCSW in CA (Preferred)

· Willing to participate in personal development training

Benefits

Health insurance, 401k, Life/AD&D, Vacation, Professional development assistance, Flexible schedule

Full Job Description

Qualifications

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each duty mentioned satisfactory. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/ or ability required. Necessary accommodations will be provided in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and state or local law.

The statements in this job description are intended to describe the essential nature and level or work being performed. They are not intended to be inclusive of all responsibilities or qualifications of this job.

Responsibilities:

· Support and treat clients with Severe Mental Illness in a community based residential treatment program

· Complete Pre-Admission, Intake assessments, Treatment Plans and client risk assessments

· Provide therapy sessions in-person (individual, family, and groups)

· Responsible for overseeing behavioral health services, including review of treatment plans for all clients and residential placements

· Fulfill the role of a Licensed Clinical Therapist as required by Title 9 and Medi-Cal regulations

· Prepare and participate in monitoring audits

· Comply with all requirements established by the county contractual and Medi-Cal requirements

· Work closely with trainees and interns

· Work with the Clinical Director in developing and reviewing the Program Description and policies and procedures, as they pertain to behavioral health services offered; the admissions, discharge, transfer and referral processes; assistance in medication administration services; communication of treatment to clients, their family or representatives, or other agencies

· Follow the process for warning and identifiable individual if a client communicates to Staff member or client a threat of serious physical harm or death and has the apparent intent and ability to carry our threat (Tarosoff Act)

· Responding to clients’ needs for immediate and unscheduled behavioral health or medical services, emergencies crises

· Attend and participate in ongoing Clinical Treatment Team and Interdisciplinary Team meetings

· Respond to urgent client outreach as appropriate, based on clinical context and best practices

· Maintain an active license to practice therapy in the State of California and supervise trainees

· Work collaboratively with facility administration

Requirements

· Fully licensed LMFT, LPCC, LCSW in the state of California. Psychologist, license eligible, registered

· Trained and experienced in performing Family and Couples Therapy in a clinical setting

· 1-3 years of professional experience in a mental health clinic preferred

· Value working in a collaborative, supportive, multidisciplinary team setting that promotes diversity and team work

· Interested in varied clinical work including general outpatient and program-based care, short and long-term individual therapy, family therapy, and group therapy along with clinical supervision

· Expertise with DBT, CBT, ACT, or other evidence-based treatment modalities is desired

· Tech-savvy and comfortable working with new technologies

· Interested in professional development

Schedule:

· Monday to Friday

· On call for crises, shared

Experience:

· Professional experience in a mental health clinic and or two (2) years residential program for at-risk youth

· DBT, CBT or other evidence-based treatment: 1 year (Preferred)

License/ Certification:

· Clinical Psychologist (Ph.D, Psy.D), MFT, LPCC in CA (Preferred)

Work Location:

· Assigned locations

Work Remotely:

· No

Work Location: Multiple locations

 

 

 

Licensed Clinical Therapist

Plan-It Life, Inc.

$72,000 – $83,200 a year

Based on experience/ length of License

Full-time

Number of hires for this role 1

Qualifications

· Seeking safety Evidence Based Program

· DBT, CBT or other evidence-based treatment: 1 year (Preferred)

· Clinical Psychologist, MFT, LPCC or LCSW in CA (Preferred)

· Willing to participate in personal development training

Benefits

Health insurance, 401k, Life/AD&D, Vacation, Professional development assistance, Flexible schedule

Full Job Description

Qualifications

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each duty mentioned satisfactory. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/ or ability required. Necessary accommodations will be provided in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and state or local law.

The statements in this job description are intended to describe the essential nature and level or work being performed. They are not intended to be inclusive of all responsibilities or qualifications of this job.

Responsibilities:

· Support and treat clients with Severe Mental Illness in a community based residential treatment program

· Complete Pre-Admission, Intake assessments, Treatment Plans and client risk assessments

· Provide therapy sessions in-person (individual, family, and groups)

· Responsible for overseeing behavioral health services, including review of treatment plans for all clients and residential placements

· Fulfill the role of a Licensed Clinical Therapist as required by Title 9 and Medi-Cal regulations

· Prepare and participate in monitoring audits

· Comply with all requirements established by the county contractual and Medi-Cal requirements

· Work closely with trainees and interns

· Work with the Clinical Director in developing and reviewing the Program Description and policies and procedures, as they pertain to behavioral health services offered; the admissions, discharge, transfer and referral processes; assistance in medication administration services; communication of treatment to clients, their family or representatives, or other agencies

· Follow the process for warning and identifiable individual if a client communicates to Staff member or client a threat of serious physical harm or death and has the apparent intent and ability to carry our threat (Tarosoff Act)

· Responding to clients’ needs for immediate and unscheduled behavioral health or medical services, emergencies crises

· Attend and participate in ongoing Clinical Treatment Team and Interdisciplinary Team meetings

· Respond to urgent client outreach as appropriate, based on clinical context and best practices

· Maintain an active license to practice therapy in the State of California and supervise trainees

· Work collaboratively with facility administration

Requirements

· Fully licensed LMFT, LPCC, LCSW in the state of California. Psychologist, license eligible, registered

· Trained and experienced in performing Family and Couples Therapy in a clinical setting

· 1-3 years of professional experience in a mental health clinic preferred

· Value working in a collaborative, supportive, multidisciplinary team setting that promotes diversity and team work

· Interested in varied clinical work including general outpatient and program-based care, short and long-term individual therapy, family therapy, and group therapy along with clinical supervision

· Expertise with DBT, CBT, ACT, or other evidence-based treatment modalities is desired

· Tech-savvy and comfortable working with new technologies

· Interested in professional development

Schedule:

· Monday to Friday

· On call for crises, shared

Experience:

· Professional experience in a mental health clinic and or two (2) years residential program for at-risk youth

· DBT, CBT or other evidence-based treatment: 1 year (Preferred)

License/ Certification:

· Clinical Psychologist (Ph.D, Psy.D), MFT, LPCC in CA (Preferred)

Work Location:

· Assigned locations

Work Remotely:

· No

Work Location: Multiple locations

 

 

 

Facility Manager

Plan-It Life, Inc.

Employment Type: Full-time

Seeking Facility Manager positions in a Short Term Residential Treatment Program for adolescent ages 12-17. We are Human Services organization currently in search of, compassionate, energetic, team-oriented, and self-motivated individuals to fill the duties of Facility Manager. Our goal is to provide trauma informed care to at-risk teens who need to learn social skills, decision-making skills, improve their education, receive anger management and therapy, as well as assistance in transitioning into the next phase of their lives. We operate in a TEAMWORK approach to create the best possible outcome for our residents and employees. We offer an exceptional work environment based on respect, integrity and commitment to the youth we service. If this sounds like something you would be interested in, exciting to you and you thrive in a collective team, this may be the job you are looking for. Must be at least 21 years of age.

Position Qualifications:

· 3 years of experience in Residential Care setting and 12 units of college credit: preferred

· 2 years of experience in a Residential Care setting or BA/BS degree in a Human Services related field.

· Must be in good physical and emotional health

· Must have a valid California driver’s license and a good driving record

· Meet Title 22 Personnel requirements regarding fingerprint and Child abuse clearance

· Must be at least 21 years of age

· Willing to meet CPI and First Aid/CPR training requirements within the first 30 days of employment

· Full time position

Salary: $21.00 to $28.00, Flexible schedule

Job Description: Facility Manager in a Residential Care setting will be responsible for:

· Planning and carrying out meals and menus

· Shopping and taking inventory of supplies

· Making necessary appointments for residents

· Keeping track of any repairs necessary at the facility

· Track school attendance of the residents

· Shall act as a representative for the residents when dealing with complaints

· Evaluate and supervise Youth Care Counselors Audit

· Care and supervision of at risk teens

· Provide for clients’ health, safety and welfare

· Enroll clients in school, track attendance & needs

· Maintain facility petty cash and budget

· Train Youth Care Counselors

· Work collaboratively with therapist, administrator, head of services and director

· Facility Manager in collaboration with therapist/ head of service and MH Specialist to schedule family visits

Plan-It Life, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) residential treatment center for at-risk youth, ages 12 -18. Plan-It Life, Inc. was founded in 2001 by CEO/ Administrator Shelia C. Marshall -McLean, LMFT, a Clinical Psychotherapist with a passion for fostering growth and self-awareness in youth. Mrs. McLean envisioned a safe haven where abused and/or neglected teens could come to learn social skills, decision-making skills, improve their education, receive anger management and therapy, as well as assistance in transitioning into the next phase of their lives.