We currently have job openings and as well as internship positions available.
Caught in the Crossfire Intervention Specialist
We are seeking an experienced case managers to be responsible for the provision of intensive case management and mentoring services provided by Caught in the Crossfire — the violence intervention program that provides peer-based field visits and intensive follow-up services to individuals who have been hospitalized for violent injuries. Services may include bedside visits and intensive follow-up services to youth and adults who have been hospitalized for violent injuries; home visits; and communication and visits to the hospital or court.
To Apply: Please send cover letter explaining your interest along with a resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name and “Intervention Specialist” in the subject line.
Violence Interrupter – Bilingual (Spanish-speaking)
Violence Interrupters operate in areas where violence and poverty are the norm. Interrupters leverage their individual reputation and street credibility to disrupt the cycle of violence in Oakland communities. Interrupters are connected to the streets of the toughest neighborhoods with the unique ability to identify and intervene in individual, group and gang-related conflicts before they intensify. If a shooting has occurred, they seek out the victim’s friends and relatives and try to prevent a retaliatory shooting. Violence Interrupters are expert conflict mediators utilizing problem-solving skills to address safety risks and to end conflict. This individual will be an integral part of reducing the shootings and homicides in the City of Oakland. Violence Interrupters will be assigned primarily to a geographic area (West, Central/East or Deep East Oakland). Violence Interrupters receive general supervision from the Lead Violence Interrupter and support from the Citywide Violence Interrupter. They are also responsible for staying in compliance with the approved scope of work for this strategy. Some work is performed in an office environment; most work is in the community, with frequent evenings and weekends.
To Apply: Please send cover letter explaining your interest along with a resume to: email@example.com. Include your name and “VI” in the subject line.
Youth ALIVE! offers both counseling placements for BBS eligible graduate students, and associate placements for AMFT, ASW (1500 hours max), and APCC track candidates. Supervision is provided by our Counseling Services Director, Nicky MacCallum, LMFT, NCC. If you are interested, please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume and a cover letter detailing your interest, availability (i.e. days and times) and expectations (e.g. hours needed). Those with relevant community experience may qualify for a stipend.
Counseling intern responsibilities:
*Provide trauma-informed screening, assessment, and treatment of referred clients.
*Conduct home visits and generally provide services in the field which may include transportation of self and client to and from counseling activities in the community. (A car is necessary.)
*Complete and maintain all required documentation in a regular, timely manner and in accordance with policies.
*Meet all documentation and paperwork requirements as set by the agency.
*Participate in case conferencing meetings with non-clinical case management staff and agency staff meetings.
*Participate in BBS eligible clinical supervision.
For more information, contact Nicky MacCallum, LMFT, NCC, Counseling Services Director at email@example.com.
Research, Training and Advocacy
We also offer summer, semester and year-long internships for Master of Public Health (MPH), Master of Public Policy/Administration (MPP/MPA), medical (MD) students and residents, as well others in related disciplines. For more information, contact Gabriel Garcia at firstname.lastname@example.org.