Work with us to heal lives

It’s the most important work you’ll ever do. There is no higher calling than helping those in need. Tri-Valley Haven provides a variety of services for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, homelessness, and poverty. We are looking for passionate and caring people to join our staff.

Full Time
Livermore
Posted 4 hours ago
Hiring Range: $24.00- $29.33 per hour (5% pay differential for fluent Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin, Hindi, or Tagalog bilingual language skills) General Responsibilities: Under the direct supervision of the Director of Sexual Assault Services, the Lead Sexual Assault PREA Advocate provides advocacy to survivors of sexual assault, coordinates and provides crisis counseling to incarcerated survivors, and facilitates sexual assault support groups within jail and/or prison facilities, and meets all OES-SA contract requirements. Provides direction and training to the Sexual Assault (PREA) staff. Will assist with training programs within the community and local schools. General Requirements: Bachelor's degree required/Master’s helpful with one year's experience working with survivors of sexual assault. One-year experience in a non-profit setting. Excellent writing ability; public speaking skills; intermediate to advanced computer skills. Ability to work independently, manage time and tasks effectively. Completion of Agency Training within 6 months of employment (if not before). Must feel comfortable in a jail/prison setting. AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY I. OUTREACH AND CLIENT RESOURCES A. Provides support to PREA staff who provide advocacy, information and referral, crisis intervention, and prevention services to incarcerated survivors. B. Reviews client interactions with PREA staff under the direct supervision of the Rape Crisis Manager or Director of Sexual Assault Services. C. Meet with Sexual Assault (PREA) staff to discuss concerns and issues around working in detention facilities; ensue all advocates are adhering to best practices and established protocols. II. CLIENT ADVOCACY A. Provide assessment and direct services to victims of sexual assault in detention facility(ies). B. Practice and maintain professional boundaries with clients at all times. C. Provide ongoing advocacy and case management services to sexual assault clients and their significant others in the community, within the jail system, and at Tri-Valley Haven sites. D. Accompany clients to social service, court and other appointments, as needed. E. Respond to crisis line calls and serve as back-up for the crisis line. F. Provide advocacy and support on SART (Sexual Assault Response Team) calls at Highland (Oakland) and Washington (Fremont) hospitals. G. Conduct and/or assist support groups for survivors of sexual assault. LEAD SEXUAL ASSAULT ADVOCATE January 25, 2024 Non-Exempt ~ Full-time H. Responsible for complying with all laws, CPS reporting, elder abuse reporting, 5150 laws and suicide assessment. III. COMMUNICATIONS A. Assist with social media communication as needed. B. Assist with special events coordination, such as Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Domestic Violence Awareness Month Activities. C. Participates in yearly Tri-Valley Haven events in and around the community. IV. COMMUNITY EDUCATION A. Oversees prevention education classes in local area middle and high schools as needed. B. Conduct community education presentations as needed. V. GENERAL TASKS A. Maintain Sexual Assault Advocate Status by attending at least 8 in-service trainings per year, and provide advocacy services as needed in conjunction with community presentations. B. Must pass background clearance to enter jail/prison/detention centers. C. Attends all department and mandatory organization meetings. D. Participates in community fundraising and special events as needed. E. Must have a valid California driver’s license and an insured automobile that employee will use as necessary for agency related business, including transportation of clients. F. Must maintain a good Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) in order to be able to drive for the agency. G. Must be vaccinated. H. Must be within 45-minutes of SART calls at Highland and Washington Hospitals. VI. OTHER RELATED TASKS AS ASSIGNED BY THE DIRECTOR OF SEXUAL ASSAULT SERVICES OR THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITHIN THE SCOPE OF TRI-VALLEY HAVEN’S MISSION. VII. ADA ESSENTIAL TASKS A. Working alone B. Maintain professional boundaries B. Working in high stress situations C. Working in emergency situations D. Working off-shift/rotating schedule E. Good reading vision F. Sitting G. Good communication skills H. Specific knowledge or education I. Learning ability J. Operation of motor vehicle K. Good distance vision L. Ability to speak clearly M. Ability to discriminate speech N. Reasoning and thinking skills O. Ability to problem solve P. Computer literacy Q. Lifting 10 to 20 pounds R. Carrying 10 to 20 pounds Tri valley Haven is an equal opportunity employer; there shall be no discrimination based on age, disability, sex, race, religion or belief, gender, marriage/civil partnership, pregnancy/maternity or sexual orientation. Decisions related to hiring, compensating, training, evaluating performance, or terminating are made fairly. We examine our unconscious biases and take responsibility for always striving to create an inclusive environment that makes every employee and candidate feel welcome.

Job Features

Job CategorySexual Assault Services

Hiring Range: $24.00- $29.33 per hour (5% pay differential for fluent Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin, Hindi, or Tagalog bilingual language skills) General Responsibilities: Under the direct supervision ...

Part Time
Livermore
Posted 4 hours ago
DATA MANAGER Non-Exempt ~ Part-time (35 hours per week) ~ On-site Hiring Range: $23.04 to $27.08 General Responsibilities: Under the direction of the Director of Finance and Compliance, the Data Manager is responsible for all aspects of the statistical database for Tri-Valley Haven. The Data Manager will also develop and maintain a thorough understanding of all contracts acquired by Tri-Valley Haven. The Data Manager is responsible for the overall quality and accuracy of service data in contract reports being submitted by the agency. The Data Manager will train and assist TVH staff and managers in the input of clients’ data and is responsible for the preparation and submission of reports to the funding entities. General Requirements: One year minimum experience in data and contract management; two years’ experience with computers; one year in a non-profit setting; ability to manage time and tasks effectively; knack for detail work; demonstrated ability to train people; bachelor’s level required; ability to work in a team environment, yet be self-directed, as required. Effective communication skills via verbal and written. Proficiency with advanced Microsoft Excel. AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY: I. DATA MANAGEMENT A. Contract Understanding: Develop and maintain thorough knowledge of TVH contracts. This includes being familiar with the terms, conditions, and requirements outlined in these contracts. Work with the Contracts Manager to update and maintain contract calendar for all application deadlines, and invoice and reporting deadlines. B. Statistical Database Management: Develop and maintain thorough knowledge of statistical database software. The Data Manager is responsible for all aspects of the statistical database for Tri-Valley Haven. This involves overseeing the organization, maintenance, and utilization of data for various purposes. Work with Program Directors to review/update internal forms to ensure compliance. C. Quality and Accuracy of Service Data: Ensuring the overall quality and accuracy of service data in contract reports submitted by the agency. This may involve implementing data quality control measures to maintain high standards. Track client service data entered by staff to ensure trends match historical data, check for any irregularities, and bring any issues to the attention of the appropriate manager, the Director of Finance and Compliance, and the Executive Director. D. Preparation and Submission of Reports: Taking responsibility for the preparation and submission of reports to funding entities. This could involve compiling data, analyzing trends, and presenting information in a format required by the funding entities. Work with Program Directors to review/update internal forms to ensure compliance. E. Training and Assistance: Providing training and assistance to Tri-Valley Haven staff and managers in the collection and input of clients' data. This helps ensure that data is consistently and accurately recorded across the organization. Develop or modify tools/spreadsheets/forms as required to ensure capture of required data; train staff on new or changing requirements; provide concise definitions and examples. January 30, 2024 F. Participate in quarterly contract performance/expenditure review with Executive Director, Director of Finance and Compliance and Program Directors. G. Attending meetings and training on statistical collection required by contracts and be available for all contract monitoring visits. H. Prepare statistics-based invoices to contract funders. I. Provide statistical information and data files as requested by independent auditor during annual agency audit; and be available for questions/assistance during annual agency audit. J. Develop skills to modify or adapt statistical database screen/fields/reports as needed to collect required information. K. Maintain procedure manuals on statistical database. Distribute updates for staff manuals. II. OTHER A. Working with the assistance of the Director of Finance and Compliance, implement a policy of “problem prevention.” B. Develop professional working relationships with government monitoring staff. III. GENERAL TASKS – Performs general tasks and represents Tri-Valley Haven in a professional manner as needed. A. Attends monthly staff meetings, and other meetings as assigned. B. Participates in community fundraising and special events. C. Have a valid California Driver's License and an insured automobile that the employee will use as necessary for agency related business. D. Must maintain a good Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) to be able to drive for the agency. IV. OTHER RELATED TASKS AS ASSIGNED BY THE DIRECTOR OF FINANCE AND COMPLIANCE AND/OR THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITHIN THE SCOPE OF TRI-VALLEY HAVEN’S MISSION. V. ADA ESSENTIAL TASKS A. Working alone B. Working in high stress situations C. Good reading vision D. Sitting E. Good communication skills F. Specific knowledge or skills G. Learning ability H. Good distance vision I. Ability to speak clearly J. Ability to discriminate speech K. Reasoning and thinking skills L. Ability to solve problems M. Operation of a motor vehicle N. Lifting 10-20 pounds O. Carrying 10 – 20 pounds Tri Valley Haven is an Equal Opportunity Employer; We do not discriminate based on age, disability, sex, race, religion or belief, gender, marriage/civil partnership, pregnancy/maternity or sexual orientation. Decisions related to hiring, compensating, training, evaluating performance, or terminating are made equitably. Tri-Valley Haven offers an inclusive environment where every employee feels welcome and can strive.

Job Features

Job CategoryFinance

DATA MANAGER Non-Exempt ~ Part-time (35 hours per week) ~ On-site Hiring Range: $23.04 to $27.08 General Responsibilities: Under the direction of the Director of Finance and Compliance, the Data Manag...

Full Time
CA, Livermore
Posted 3 months ago

LINKAGES CASE MANAGER

Non-Exempt ~ Full-time, On-site, Some weekends

  Hiring Range: $22.32 - $27.28 per hour (5% pay differential for fluent Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin, Hindi, or Tagalog bilingual language skills)   General Responsibilities: This position is funded through HUD McKinney Homeless Assistance Act, Supported Housing Program, grant. Directly responsible to the Director of Homeless and Family Support Services, the Linkages Case Manager will work closely with the staff of six other participating family shelters, the staff of Allied Housing and the Associated Community Action Program, and the staff of the Alameda County Housing and Community Development. Works with families who are homeless to assess their eligibility for the McKinney Linkages Program General Requirements: BA required, MA helpful. One year’s experience with non-profit organizations. Knowledge of employability and homelessness. Knowledge of violence against women and children. Spanish helpful. Completion of Agency Training within 6 months of employment (if not before).
  1. DIRECT SERVICE
  2. Work with families who are homeless as they enter Tri-Valley Haven's shelters. Assess their eligibility for the McKinney Linkages Program and other support services.
  3. Assess the families' current situation, their ability to commit to, and their potential to succeed in a self-sufficiency program leading to sustainable employment with affordable housing.
  4. Enroll client families in the McKinney Linkages program who are assessed as eligible and who are ready to commit to the Job Track and abide by standards of responsibility
  5. Assist clients in enrolling in public assistance and support programs as needed and help them to develop family budgeting and other life skills.
  6. Assist families enrolled in the McKinney Linkages program by informing them of potential housing resources and explaining what their responsibilities will be in exchange for partial rental subsidy support.
  7. Make regular home visits to client families, after placement, working with adult, youth, and child family members to solve problems within the family, with neighbors and landlords, with support service and job training providers, and eventually with employers.
  8. Coordinate employment and job development related activities.
  9. Help families to secure unsubsidized housing, to balance their family budget unassisted, and to form support groups, as their enrollment in job training comes to an end, as they end the enrollment in the program, and/or as the complete at least one year of job retention
  10. Enforce Tri-Valley Haven client rules.
  11. Serve as back-up for crisis line volunteers and the shelter and assumes call- forwarding of hotline as needed.
  1. RESPONSIBILITIES
  2. Develop a long-term, Individualized Assessment and Services Strategy for each family enrolled in McKinney Linkages, identifying needs of adults and children in the household in order for the family to become self-sufficient.
  3. Work with staff at other health and human service programs, job training programs, and affordable housing programs, to make referrals and secure needed services and support.
  4. Work with affordable housing coordinators at other programs to find and help clients obtain leased housing.
  5. Maintain up-to-date client family information and services records on a computerized data base and generate reports for funding sources, monitoring and evaluation purposes.
  6. Share client information with counselors/advocates at other programs serving common clients, on a confidential basis and with prior client approval, to facilitate the client's progress from homelessness to stability and eventual self-sufficiency.
  7. Comply with all laws, including elder abuse reporting, CPS reporting, 5150 laws and suicide assessment
  8. Record all client interactions in daily log regularly to keep information up-to-date
  GENERAL TASKS - Performs general tasks as needed and represents Tri-Valley Haven in a professional manner. Tasks include, but are not limited to:
  1. Makes community education/public speaking presentations representing Tri-Valley Haven.
  2. Attends staff meetings and Board/Staff meetings as needed.
  3. Participates in community fundraising and special events as needed
  4. Must have a valid California Driver's License and an insured automobile that employee will use as necessary for agency related business, including transportation of clients.
  5. Must maintain a good Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) in order to be able to drive for the agency.
OTHER TASKS AS ASSIGNED BY THE DIRECTOR OF HOMELESS AND FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES AND/OR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITHIN THE SCOPE OF TRI-VALLEY HAVEN’S MISSION.
  • ADA ESSENTIAL TASKS
  1. Working alone
  2. Working in high stress situations
  3. Working in emergency situations
  4. Working off-shift/rotating schedule
  5. Good reading vision
  6. Sitting
  7. Good communication skills
  8. Specific knowledge or education
  9. Learning ability
  10. Operation of motor vehicle
  11. Good distance vision
  12. Ability to speak clearly.
  13. Ability to discriminate speech.
  14. Reasoning and thinking skills.
  15. Ability to problem solve.
  16. Typing or keyboarding skills
  17. Lifting/Carrying 10 to 20 pounds
  18. Carrying 10-20 pounds
  19. Gloves or hand protection
Tri Valley Haven is an Equal Opportunity Employer; there shall be no discrimination based on age, disability, sex, race, religion or belief, gender, marriage/civil partnership, pregnancy/maternity or sexual orientation. Decisions related to hiring, compensating, training, evaluating performance, or terminating are made fairly. We examine our unconscious biases and take responsibility for always striving to create an inclusive environment that makes every employee and candidate feel welcome

Job Features

Job CategoryHomeless Services

The Linkages Case Manager involves collaborating with staff from six family shelters, Allied Housing, Associated Community Action Program, and Alameda County Housing and Community Development, the Cas...

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Pounds of Food Distributed

DV Bednights

Backpacks distributed

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Tri-Valley Haven Community Building:
3663 Pacific Avenue, Livermore, CA 94550

Counseling and Administrative Offices:
925.449.5845

Crisis Line:
1.800.884.8119

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