JOIN OUR TEAM
Our team members are the heart and soul of our organization. We foster an inclusive culture driven by community and compassion. As stewards of our community's youth and family, our staff members are team-oriented, experienced and compassionate in providing exemplary client experience.
Los miembros de nuestro equipo son el corazón y el alma de nuestra organización. Fomentamos una cultura inclusiva impulsada por la comunidad y la compasión. Como administradores de la juventud y la familia de nuestra comunidad, nuestros miembros del personal están orientados al equipo, experimentados y compasivos al proporcionar una experiencia de cliente ejemplar.
INTERNSHIPS & PRACTICUMS
FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
The Kids Korner & Student Assistance Program accepts Trainees and Associates in the Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker, and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, programs.
Recruitment Period: We are now accepting applicants for the 2022-2023 academic year. For application instructions, please see below. Interviews of applicants will begin in February. The deadline is subject to change.
Description: This position may be filled by graduate students seeking practicum placements as well as candidates who have completed their Master’s Program who are looking to acquire hours toward licensure.
Trainees and Associate Marriage and Family Therapists are placed at either an elementary school (Kids Korner) or secondary school (SAP). These placements require a minimum of 16 hours per week commitment, over 2 or 3 days. Students are seen at the schools by Trainees or Interns, Individually or in-group. Trainees also assist with crisis interventions at school site. Placements provide trainees hands-on experience in wide range of issues and a diverse student population.
Trainees become a part of the school that they are placed at and may attend various meetings involving their clients as they interface with the school. These placements offer a unique and valuable opportunity to develop their professional identity and enhance their clinical skills in a supportive setting.
Application Process: Applicants who are bilingual English/Spanish and/or have bicultural skills are encouraged to apply. All selected applicants are subject to a background check and TB clearance.
If you are experiencing technical difficulties while submitting your application, please email your resume and cover letter directly to email@example.com
For more information contact:
Olga Rechetova, LCSW
Full-Time Employee Benefits provided by PVPSA
(Eligibility established for positions requiring a minimum of 30 hours a week)
Paid Time Off – Up to 21 days per year for first 3 years, increasing to 27 days after 3 years of employment, based on the hours of employment.
Sick Leave – 3 days (up to 24 hours) per year of Sick Leave per AB 1522
Holidays – 13 paid holidays per year
Bereavement Leave – 3 days paid + 2 more days paid if travel of 250 miles or more is required
Medical Health Plan* – Agency pays 92% of employee only premium for Gold Standard medical coverage. Employee may upgrade at their own expense. Employee pays 8% of cost.
Family Medical – Additional family members: Employer covers 75% of family medical cost (not including employee). Employee is responsible for 25% of cost.
Dental Plan* – Employer pays 100% of the premiums for employees and dependents, for Plan year 2021-2022 only
Vision Plan* – Employer pays 100% of the premiums for employees and dependents, for Plan year 2021-2022 only
Life Insurance – Agency paid $25,000 term policy. Employee may purchase additional life insurance
Retirement – Agency paid retirement contribution is 5% of your annual salary after completion of 1 year of employment. Funds are fully vested after completion of 3 years of uninterrupted employment.
Flexible Spending Account – Employees may elect this pre-tax program to cover qualifying healthcare expenses.
*Employees who work less than 40 hours a week will have additional employee contribution.