Current openings for employment at Interfaith Community Services are listed below. Click the links to learn more about each opportunity.
CLIENT ADVOCATE, SOCIAL SERVICES
This full time position will provide direct social services to those in our community who are in crises or endeavoring to improve their self-sufficiency. Primary responsibilities include intake, assessment and strength-based case planning for low or no-income families and individuals. Case plans include opportunities for self-determination and self-sufficiency. Position also requires collaborative planning within ICS programs and community partners.
This is a full-time, regular position with occasional non-standard work hours.
Interfaith’s North County Employment Services program is designed to enhance client employability by supporting individualized career planning and mentorship.
This position will work as part of a team to coordinate employment services orientation sessions, training opportunities, employability assessments, vocational and career mentoring, and job placement for agency clients. Activities includes marketing the program to employers, maintaining database of business contacts, matching clients to jobs, coordinating a job resource bank and collaborating with volunteer client mentors to ensure continued client success.
A significant component of this position includes recruiting, training and supervision of volunteer career mentors who will enhance the development of employment opportunities and facilitate job placement for clients throughout Interfaith.
This full time position is responsible for general accounting duties related to month-end closings and assisting in the daily activities of the accounting department. This position will also be responsible for grant billings and financial information needed by program directors to effectively monitor their programs.
COMMUNITY CLIENT ADVOCATE
This full time position will provide direct social services to those in rural North County Inland communities who are in crisis and improving conditions of poverty. Primary responsibilities include intake, assessment and strength-based case planning for persons living in rural and reservation communities. Case plans include opportunities for self-determination and self- sufficiency through housing, employment, empowerment and community development. Position also requires collaborative planning with community partners and subcontracts to assist clients in achieving a safe, healthy and thriving lifestyle.
Supervisor: Director of Development
Interfaith Community Services is a regionally acclaimed, $10 million per year nonprofit organization providing access to food and basic needs, social services, transitional housing, employment services, at-risk youth programs, senior programs, Veterans services, and addiction recovery in North San Diego County.
We currently have an opening for a full time Grant Writer position and/or a part time Grant Writer contractor with a particular expertise in securing government grants and contracts. This position is accepting applications for grant writer contractors and remote consultants.
Reporting to the Grants Manager and working closely with the Development Team and Executive Team, the Grant Writer will have the opportunity to empower vital services to struggling individuals and families in North San Diego County by helping to secure funding from foundations, corporations, government agencies, and other grant-making organizations to support the mission of Interfaith Community Services.
This opportunity will appeal to candidates with a desire to work within an extraordinary and independent nonprofit organization committed to providing a comprehensive continuum of care services in a culturally rich and ethnically diverse region.
Qualified candidates should possess superb writing skills as well as excellent computer skills. The candidate must be highly organized, with the ability to implement systems and follow-up processes, be able to effectively work under pressure, use independent judgment and produce quality work product within tight time constraints. Previous experience will demonstrate a proven track record in securing new funding opportunities, with a special focus on securing government funding, comprehensive knowledge of grant research, and the ability to identify and align funding opportunities with complex programs.
RELIEF RESIDENT MANAGER
Interfaith Community Services is looking for a Relief Resident Manager to join its team. This part-time position is responsible for providing backup and relief for the resident managers of Interfaith’s emergency shelters for the mentally ill men and women. Days and hours may vary depending on the agency’s needs.
Human Resources Manager