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505752112/15/201712/15/20171/31/2018Therapist 1 - Full TimeFamily Service of Northwest Ohio – This position conducts individual, family, group therapy sessions and group and individual CPST and and Crisis Assessments, completing all necessary documentation and meets or exceeds a productivity rate of 55% and meets acceptable Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) standards. Therapist conducts services in the CSU and is responsible for the discharge planning and collaboration on behalf of clients on the unit. This position is under direct, close supervision of an LISW. Applicants must be at least 21, pass background check & post offer/pre-employment drug screen, have a valid driver’s license, acceptable BMV report, dependable transportation and proof of auto insurance. Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in related field with LSW required.Please send resume and cover letter to Job #10223Napoleon, OhioFamily Service of NW Ohio
505752112/15/201712/15/20171/31/2018Prevention Specialist – Incredible YearsImplement Incredible Years program in the Four County area. The target population for the program is young children ages 4-8 in daycares, preschools, Head Start or public school districts. Attend staff meetings and supervision. The position reports to the Outreach Supervisor. Competitive wage and comprehensive benefit package offered – including health and dental insurance and a retirement match. Candidates must have a Bachelor Degree, be at least 21, pass background check & post offer/pre-employment drug screen, have a valid driver’s license, acceptable BMV report, dependable transportation and proof of auto insurance.Email resume and cover letter to Job #10222Wauseon, OhioFamily Service of NW Ohio
505752112/15/201712/15/20171/31/2018Qualified Mental Health SpecialistsFamily Service of Northwest Ohio – Comprehensive Crisis Care in Napoleon, Ohio has an exciting opportunity for Qualified Mental Health Specialists. This position provides basic services on the Crisis Stabilization Unit and performs all related activities such as making full use of agency and outside resources on behalf of the client. The duties include, but are not limited to individual service planning under supervision, crisis assessment and management, support in daily living, linkage/referral/advocacy, psycho-educational classes, case collaboration and coordination, performing job-related administrative tasks, and work closely with interdisciplinary team in providing quality services and care. Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field. Applicants must be at least 21, pass background check & post offer/pre-employment drug screen, have a valid driver’s license, acceptable BMV report, dependable transportation and proof of auto insurance. We offer a competitive salary and comprehensive benefit package.Interested candidates should send resume and cover letter to Job #10217Napoleon, OhioFamily Service of NW Ohio
505752112/15/201712/15/20171/31/2018Criminal Justice Screener/AssessorFamily Service of Northwest Ohio, Wood County has a need for a Criminal Justice Screener/Assessor in our Bowling Green, Ohio office. This position provides routine mental health and substance abuse screenings, mental health assessments and information & referral assistance to individuals incarcerated in the Wood County Justice Center. The screener is part of the Sequential Intercept Mapping initiative in Wood County aimed at reducing recidivism and reducing the number of individuals with mental health/substance abuse who are incarcerated. Proficiency in both verbal and written communication skills, knowledge of community resources, completion of all necessary documentation are requirements of this position. Training in the Sequential Intercept Model is provided. Position requires a high degree of initiative and judgment along with a Master’s degree, LSW, LISW, LPCC or LPC. One year post-degree experience in a social service agency working with similar populations is preferred. We offer a competitive wage and an excellent benefit package. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age and pass BCI check and post offer/pre-employment drug screen. Valid driver’s license in good standing, dependable transportation & auto insurance required.Email resume and cover letter to Job #10213Wood CountyFamily Service of NW Ohio
505752112/15/201712/15/20171/31/2018Licensed Social Worker / Crisis Intervention ScreenerFamily Service of Northwest Ohio – Comprehensive Crisis Care is looking for a Licensed Social Worker to provide emergency mental health services, crisis intervention, mental health assessments and information & referral assistance to individuals within the service area. The Crisis Intervention Screener works out of Comprehensive Crisis Care in Napoleon, Ohio, and is responsive to the needs of clients, families, referral sources and others in the community. This is a full time opportunity with growth potential. We offer competitive wage and comprehensive benefits including health & dental insurance and a retirement match. Applicants must be at least 21, pass background check & post offer/pre-employment drug screen, have a valid driver’s license, acceptable BMV report, dependable transportation and proof of auto insurance. Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in related field with LSW is required. FSNO/CCC supports and qualifies for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.Interested candidates are invited to email their cover letter and resume to Job #10204Napoleon, OhioFamily Service of NW Ohio
505752112/15/201712/15/20171/31/2018LPN Psychiatric Nurse 3rd ShiftCompetitive Salary and benefits! Possible SIGN ON BONUS! Family Service of Northwest Ohio – The LPN provides direct care and supervision of the clients in Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) or Outpatient Services Program, under the direction of the nursing supervisor and physician. Provides guidance and direction for the Qualified Mental Health Specialists (QMHS), and other staff as appropriate during the shift. The LPN is a member of an interdisciplinary team of professionals who provides services for clients of Comprehensive Crisis Care. Actively participates by sharing observations, offering suggestions and raising questions with other team members. Applicants must be at least 21, have a valid LPN license, pass background check & post offer/pre-employment drug screen, have a valid driver’s license, acceptable BMV report, dependable transportation and proof of auto insurance.Please send resume and cover letter to Job #10224Napoleon, OhioFamily Service of NW Ohio
505752112/15/201712/15/20171/31/2018LPN - Psychiatric - PTFamily Service of Northwest Ohio – Lucas County is looking for an LPN with experience in mental health to team up with our Child Psychiatrists to provide treatment through our Outpatient Mental Health clinic in Toledo. This position requires a dynamic nurse who enjoys direct interaction with clients along with administrative responsibilities such as completing progress notes, prior authorizations, and scheduling. Candidates must have an Ohio LPN license. Must be 21 years of age and pass post offer/pre-employment screening, have a valid driver’s license and dependable transportation with auto insurance. We offer competitive salary and a comprehensive benefit package. EOE/AAEmail resume with salary requirements to Job #10099Lucas CountyFamily Service of NW Ohio
501793211/29/201711/28/201712/28/2017Family Emergency Shelter ManagerAuberle is a nationally recognized, award winning human service organization that serves thousands of children and families each year. For more than 60 years we have helped troubled children and their families heal themselves. Auberle is a dynamic agency dedicated to delivering excellent care to children, families and the community that is rooted in trauma-informed practices. Auberle’s staff is comprised of passionate individuals who are committed to finding the most innovative ways to solve our community’s most difficult problems. We know that we deliver impact to our region because we measure everything that we do. We offer 16 programs to at-risk children and families. We are seeking a confidential effective professional to fill an immediate need for a Human Resources Manager. Auberle’s Human Resources Department provides benefits administration, employee file compilation, FMLA documentation, worker’s compensation and unemployment compensation documentation, employee onboarding, employee relations, tuition reimbursement, and training. The Human Resources Manager develops, implements and enforces human resource policies and procedures of the organization to improve the overall operation and effectiveness of the organization. This position requires a Master’s Degree in Human Resources with a minimum of 2 years of Human Resource management experience or a Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of 5 years of experience. PHR/SPHR certification preferred. Knowledge of Federal and State employment laws and regulations is necessary. Must be 21 years of age or older and required to apply for Act 33/34 clearances (criminal and child abuse) as well as FBI clearance. Pre-employment drug screening and random employment drug testing required. Auberle offers excellent training opportunities and a comprehensive benefits package. If you are highly motivated, passionate about children, youth and families and interested in making a difference – be sure to apply on the Auberle website EOEAuberle offers excellent training opportunities and a comprehensive benefits package. If you are highly motivated, passionate about children, youth and families and interested in making a difference – be sure to apply on the Auberle website EOEDuquesne, PAAuberlehttps://www.auberle.org5017932
503852311/28/201711/28/20171/12/2018Director of Residential Foster CareUnder the general supervision of the Associate Executive Director, the Smith House Director leads a diverse team of full- and part-time individuals to design and deliver innovative, high-impact, high-quality residential services to youth placed in Level 1 (“low maintenance”) foster care. The Smith House Director provides direct services to residents, including occasional on-the-floor coverage when needed, manages complex operations of a 24/7 residential facility, and supervises a range of staff roles in a manner that emphasizes effective collaboration, trauma-informed care, and structured employee supports. Key features of the Smith House residential program, such as a comprehensive independent living curriculum, access to healthcare and therapy, and a normalcy model, are ultimately the responsibility of the Director. The Smith House Director manages the day-to-day operations of the residential program with attention to community and partner engagement, emerging trends in child welfare, and SCDSS policy.Visit the job postings section of our website to locate the position and follow the instructions included there.Greenville, SCPendleton Place
503649411/21/201711/21/201712/20/2017Vice President Employee Engagement & Human Resources?Vice President Employee Engagement and Human Resources | Redmond, WA Department: Administration Location: Redmond, WA Work Schedule: Full Time Compensation: $120k - $130k annually DOE Benefits: Eligible Open: November 2017 Closes: When filled CLICK HERE TO SEE THE COMPLETE POSTING AND TO APPLY! Summary: The VP of Employee Engagement and Human Resources (EEHR) will ensure a highly engaged workforce which supports retention, advancement and high performance as well as creating meaningful experiences for all employees. This position serves as the strategic leader for all agency HR needs and responsibilities. The VP of EEHR will work with the Senior Leadership Council to organize, direct, and lead the personnel and work process of Hopelink’s HR and Workplace Excellence programs and their scope of responsibility encompasses all settings of the organization. Responsible for defining and leading Hopelink’s “people systems” to ensure overall organization effectiveness, long-term viability, and a positive work environment for our employees in achieving the agency strategic plan and initiatives. This is an engaged, hands-on leadership role managing the day-to-day HR needs of the organization while leading the key employee engagement and HR visions for the organization. Serves as a strategic partner on the Senior Leadership Council and actively contributes to the vision, mission, and values of Hopelink.:, WAHopelinkwww.hopelink.org5036494
500710211/17/201711/17/201712/22/2017Director of First Step RecoveryAccountable for overall program success. Responsible for fiscal success, management of contracts, grants, billable hours & budgeting. Hire, train, supervise, & recruit. Develop relationships with the regional community, third party payers, medical community & other appropriate relationships. Implement program standards, create regional strategic plan to develop & grow First Step Recovery. Actively engage in review of client progress treatment team meetings, case reviews with managed care companies, & coordinate efforts with other treatment providers. Qualified candidates must have supervisory experience, an understanding of addiction issues, communications & team building skills, and be an advocate for quality substance abuse treatment. A Master's degree, licensed in ND or eligible for licensure, and/or licensed as an addiction counselor is preferred but not required.submit application to hr@thevillagefamily.orgFargo NDThe Village Family Service Centerwww.thevillagefamily.org5007102
505821511/14/201711/14/201712/3/2017Vice President of Healthcare IntegrationRESPONSIBILITIES: The Vice President of Healthcare Integration is a senior-level leadership position that focuses on Cornerstones of Care’s priority to align its service delivery system within the healthcare space to promote whole-person health and well-being within a number of communities. The Vice President is responsible for pursuing new opportunities to integrate a broad array of health and well-being strategies for communities served by developing innovative partnerships outside of the organization and working collaboratively across teams within Cornerstones of Care. Those strategies should focus on, but not necessarily be limited to: physical health, behavioral health, social health, and nutritional health. This position utilizes health information, population level data and a range of digital and technology solutions to implement highly effective interventions and practices aimed at preventing and treating any health related concerns which may exist for Cornerstones of Care clients. The Vice President formally leads teams of other health services providers, at various levels of service and management, and provides consultation/guidance for other healthcare providers in collaboration with other organizational leaders. This position oversees and leads a range of projects and facilitates external relationships at the local, state and national levels. QUALIFICATIONS: This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Administration, Nursing, Business Administration, Public Health, Public Administration or other health/behavioral health field. A minimum of five (5) years of experience working in a setting where responsibilities included providing for a broad range of healthcare (physical, behavioral health, etc.) services for children. A minimum of 3 years of leadership experience in a setting where physical and behavioral healthcare services were provided. The preferred candidate will have a Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration, Public Health, Public Administration or other management/leadership advanced degree. Five (5) to ten (10) years of senior-level leadership experience providing community-based, integrated physical and behavioral healthcare services to children and their families. All candidates must pass background check, physical and drug screening. This position also requires a valid driver’s license and proof of current vehicle insurance. PAY GRADE: 10 SALARY: $61,953 - $89,832 (Starting salary depends on education and experience) BENEFITS: Cornerstones of Care offers full-time employees a competitive benefits package, including: medical/dental/vision coverage; prescription coverage; accident insurance; short-term disability; health savings account (HSA); flexible spending account (FSA); paid time off; and retirement (401K). Part-time employees are eligible to participate in the 401k. To view a detailed Summary of Benefits please visit our website at and under the heading “About Us” click on “Join Our Team.”Please complete an online application at www.cornerstonesofcare.orgKansas City, MOCornerstones of Care
503871611/9/201711/9/20171/9/2018Executive DirectorOrganization and Mission The Mission of the National Education Alliance for Borderline Personality Disorder (NEABPD) is to provide education, raise public awareness and understanding, decrease stigma, promote research and enhance the quality of life of those affected by Borderline Personality Disorder.” NEABPD serves the Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) community at large through building awareness and providing the most current information and research on the disorder. NEABPD serves professionals, persons in recovery, and families impacted by BPD. Position Summary NEABPD is embarking on a major growth plan to expand the domestic and international awareness and focus on Borderline Personality Disorder issues in our communities. To accomplish this goal, it is transitioning from an all-volunteer organization to one that includes professional staff. The Executive Director is responsible for providing overall administrative and management leadership and reports to the Board. S/he has the responsibility for the management of day to day operations, programs, and fundraising efforts. This position will work remotely from home and will include some travel to conferences and to community stakeholders and donors. Preferred candidate would reside in the Northeast area. Principal Responsibilities Leadership: Serves as a decisive, credible leader for the organization and demonstrates strong administrative and organizational skills. Provides organizational leadership, commonality of purpose and vision. Fundraising: Cultivates new relationships and donors to diversify and deepen revenue opportunities. Strong fundraising/development background including major gifts, grant writing, annual giving and online giving vehicles. Strategic Planning: Works effectively and efficiently with the Board of Directors to implement organizational strategic plan and track progress toward goals. Collaborates with the Board to identify future strategic initiatives and implement plans toward sustainable growth. Board Relations: Experience and skill in working with a Board of Directors including board recruitment, development, and board diversity. Coordinates Board and committee meetings and ensures they are fully informed of all related governance issues. Operations: Provides oversight to all operations and efficient management of programs. Assures compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements. Improves technology platforms for the organization. Financial Management: Experience in nonprofit financial management including budgeting, forecasting, and tracking overall revenues and expenses. Holds primary responsibility for developing and managing the budget and ensuring sustainable, diverse funding streams. Communication: Assures that NEABPD and their mission, programs, and services are consistently presented in a strong, positive image internally and to the community. Possesses excellent verbal and written skills and communicates well with board and community partners. Community Partnerships: Ability to communicate strategic direction of NEABPD and convey organization’s mission and vision to mental health community partners as well as donors. Promotes NEABPD goals and initiatives through advocacy work with legislators, regulatory agencies and others in the public and private sector. Program Development: Commitment to deliver quality programs and data driven program evaluation and outcomes. Works with community partners to improve program services. Professional Qualifications • Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree will be helpful in this position • At least 5 years of executive nonprofit experience and prefer familiarity of the Mental Health nonprofit community • Strong administrative and organizational abilities • Active and proven fundraising experience; an understanding of nonprofit fundraising strategies and the importance of donor relations • Demonstrated experience and skill in working with a nonprofit Board of Directors • Demonstrated ability to monitor and sustain sound financial performance • A management style that promotes teamwork, innovation, motivation, and builds consensus. • Strong interpersonal communication skills • Demonstrated ability in advocacy and knowledge of legislative policy issues regarding mental health and specifically borderline personality disorders • Ability to motivate, influence and manage a diverse array of volunteers. • Ability to capitalize on technology including familiarity with on-line giving techniques • Ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally Personal Attributes • Passionate self-starter, high energy level and highly motivated in carrying out the mission • Effective Interpersonal relationships and transparency with Board and community partners • Competence, predictability in temperament • Assertive in providing leadership of the organization and is diplomatic • Personal integrity, strong work ethic, problem-solving attitude, and excellent judgment • Someone who understands the pain these families experience • Warmth and sense of humor and demonstrates flexibility in approach to job • Thinks innovatively and shows ability to” think outside the box” Compensation Compensation will be competitive based on experience. Application Process To apply for this position submit resume to Doug Zimmerman, The Moran Company APPLY NOW Equal Opportunity EmployerOnline: County, NY (telecommute)National Education Alliance for Borderline Personality Disorder
503871611/9/201711/9/20171/9/2018Chief Executive Officer / CEOBackground Oklahoma United Methodist Circle of Care has a rich history of serving children and youth since 1917. Facilities and services have evolved throughout the last century based always on the mission to care for Oklahoma’s children and youth, and families in crisis. This organization has multiple sites throughout the state, caring for young people who are referred both privately and through the public child welfare agency. Services include foster care specializing in sibling groups, and housing and support services for older youth transitioning to adulthood. Oklahoma United Methodist Circle of Care also has a program for mothers with children who need housing and services to achieve self-sufficiency and independence. With active fundraising and the support of United Methodist Churches, this organization plans to expand its foster care program to eight more sites across the state within the next two years. Oklahoma United Methodist Circle of Care currently employs about 50 individuals and has an annual budget around $4,000,000. The organization is accredited through the Council on Accreditation. Primary Responsibilities • Responsible to the Board of Directors. • Provide information and support to the Board and committees • Provide leadership for all staff to perform quality services in keeping with the mission and vision of the agency. • With the Board and staff, responsible for formation, implementation and assessment of strategic plans for ministry. • Attract, retain and engage effective employees. • Lead the agency in developing its vision for new ministries and enhancement of existing ministries. • Actively pursue strong relationships with United Methodist Churches, community partners, state officials, other funders and constituents. • Hold primary responsibility for preparing and managing the budget, ensuring sustainable, diverse funding streams. • Serve as the chief spokesperson for the Circle of Care and its mission in all dealings with the media, the Annual Conference, the Oklahoma United Methodist Churches, other organizations, individuals and the general public. • Serve as an advocate with community leaders, state officials, and the public in general for constituents and programs of the Circle of Care. • Provide leadership in fundraising efforts including completion of the current capital campaign, currently planned events and creation of new activities. • Oversee the planned expansion of programs including construction of new sites, hiring staff and creating the needed infrastructure for support while maintaining current services and facilities. Qualifications ? Minimum of Master’s level education, preferably in a field related to child welfare services, family support services. ? Minimum of ten years’ experience in child welfare services, family support services with additional experience with church related children, youth and family services. ? Three to five years of increasing responsibility in the upper management and direction of a child welfare agency, with preference to a faith-based agency. ? Experience in securing community and corporate grant and foundation support and in the successful maintenance of that support. ? Strong budget and financial management experience, specifically the ability to navigate child welfare funding streams. ? Possess a history of achieving/exceeding goals, improving bottom line, evaluating program performance and growing organizations under his/her responsibility. ? Extensive personnel management experience. ? Experience recruiting and training volunteers. ? Effective organizational abilities, including planning, delegating, program development and task facilitation. ? Experience working with a United Methodist Conference or another faith based network to provide services preferred. Skills and Abilities ? Strong communication skills in both writing and public speaking. ? Organized and detailed. ? Cheerful, collaborative approach to problem-solving and decision making. ? Ability to relate professionally and positively with a variety of individuals including clients, their families, staff, volunteers, board members and church leaders. ? Flexibility to handle multiple tasks simultaneously. ? Ability to travel as needed both statewide and nationally. Compensation The projected compensation range for this individual will be competitive and in accordance with the background and experience of the selected candidate. The agency has a strong insurance package including health, long term disability and life with an employer contribution. Benefits also include employer contributions to a 403(b) retirement plan. Application Process Submit resume and cover letter to Anna Stone, The Moran Company.Online: City, OklahomaOklahoma United Methodist Circle of Care
505574311/9/201711/9/20171/9/2018Executive DirectorWant to make a meaningful and transformational impact every day? Apply to be our next UNCOM executive director to continue building social, cultural, and financial capital for our urban children and families in Milwaukee! Be part of 63,000 amazing Milwaukeeans who participate and engage in UNCOM’s holistic and comprehensive agency programming. A collaborative of eight agencies, UNCOM agencies work to strengthen Milwaukee neighborhoods through the settlement house model’s place-based and people-centered approach to finding comprehensive solutions. Together, UNCOM agencies have 930 employees, 3,200 volunteers, and $33 million invested through our combined UNCOM agencies’ annual budgets and services. Be the difference! SUMMARY: The Executive Director is the Chief Executive Officer of the organization. Leads UNCOM by promoting its mission and vision. Identifies and communicates the core values and principles that guide UNCOM’s organizational behavior and decision-making. Oversees all aspects of administration, operations, programs, and services. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned on-line with an individual’s qualifications and experiences. 1) Serves as UNCOM’s Chief Executive Officer a) Public Relations i) Champions UNCOM mission and vision. ii) Communicates UNCOM culture, goals, outcomes, strategic plan, and news to broader community. iii) Advocates on behalf of interests of UNCOM and service area residents as appropriate. iv) Serves as a representative and spokesperson for UNCOM in the community. b) Personnel and Supervisory Duties i) Responsible for day-to-day operations of organization. ii) Oversees program direction, impact, and results. iii) Responsible for recruiting, interviewing, hiring, training, coaching, evaluating, and managing UNCOM personnel. iv) Maintains up-to-date evaluation and Individual Development Plan for CEO position and monitors progress of staff’s IDPs. v) Enforces compliance with personnel policies and procedures. vi) Assists in the professional development of all UNCOM staff. c) Performance Management i) Ensures that accurate up-to-date program information and outcomes are entered into the United Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee (UNCOM) database. ii) Assesses and analyzes UNCOM program goals and outcomes through use of UNCOM Database System. iii) Drives development of UNCOM database system and advances performance management capacity building at UNCOM agencies. d) Financial Management i) In conjunction with Board Treasurer, drafts an annual budget for board adoption. ii) Prepares and maintains appropriate budget to include adherence to approved planned budget, approves purchases, monitors cash flow, and stewards resources in an appropriate manner. iii) Protects all assets by ensuring proper insurance coverage and adequate security. e) Board Development i) Ability to work directly, build strong relationships, and communicate with Executive Directors of UNCOM member agencies. ii) Serves as the principal liaison between the Board and UNCOM staff. iii) Provides active staff support to Board and Board committees. iv) Presents timely quantitative and qualitative reports to the Board and Board committees on status of UNCOM activities and projected needs. f) Fund Development i) Builds and develops relationship with foundation, corporate leaders, and donors. ii) Conducts research on potential funding sources. iii) Writes and submits grant proposals to governmental agencies, foundations, corporate and business sources and conducts appropriate follow-up. 2) Directs UNCOM Participation in Zilber Neighborhood Initiative (ZNI) a) Serve on the ZNI Operating Partnership Team as the UNCOM representative. b) Participate in community planning processes for the development of human services assessments and implement recommendations resulting from those plans. c) Leverages new resources for UNCOM ZNI Plan implementation. d) Work with ZNI partners to develop capacity building projects. e) Collaborate with other local organizations and institutions engaged in ZNI. f) Prepare and submit all reports required by ZNI, UNCOM, and other funding partners. g) Attend and participate in policy forums, committees, community meetings, and public events, including all relevant ZNI, UNCOM, and LISC related functions as required. h) Coordinate UNCOM ZNI-related communication plans to be consistent with ZNI. 3) Other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE • College degree required. Advanced graduate degree preferred in business administration, community development, urban planning, urban educational administrative leadership, or social work. • Minimum of five years experience in a research, consulting, or management position in a nonprofit, government, institution of higher learning, or other relevant corporate setting. • Proven track record in designing, implementing, and evaluating urban education, social, housing, economic development, or other related programs. • Demonstrated experience in quantitative and qualitative evaluation and assessment of programs and building organizational capacity though performance assessment. • Ability to take direction from the Board of Directors and to delegate tasks as appropriate. • Strong project management skills. • Fundraising and grant writing experience. • Demonstrated ability to develop and lead teams in diverse settings. • Possess strong leadership and team building skills. • Proven ability to work with urban youth and adults from diverse cultural backgrounds. • Excellent oral and written skills; ability to represent the agency. • Experience working with political, government and community stakeholders. • Knowledge of non-profit functions and capacity building strategies. • Resourceful, creative, innovative, flexible, ability to work without direct supervision and with limited resources. • Proficient use of Microsoft Office applications [Word, Excel, PowerPoint], database and Internet. • Ability to adjust to crisis situations, motivate others, and effective listening skills. • Professional enthusiasm to stay current with community development, non-profit, human services, youth leadership, and community organizing fields. LICENSES Valid Wisconsin Driver’s License and insurance required. PHYSICAL DEMANDS the physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear. The employee frequently is required to sit. The employee is occasionally required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and ability to adjust focus. WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The work environment characteristics include working in office space, classrooms, gymnasiums, community agencies and outdoors.To apply, please submit resume and cover letter to: by December 6, 2017.Milwaukee, WIUnited Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee
503871611/7/201711/7/20171/8/2018CEOYouth & Opportunity United is a premier youth development organization located in Evanston, Illinois, a north suburb of Chicago. Established in 1971, Y.O.U. works to ensure every young person has the opportunity to succeed by working with families, schools, and community partners to provide academic, social, and emotional support where it is most needed, closing the gap between youth and opportunity. The CEO is responsible for the overall leadership of the organization, ensuring delivery of the highest quality services while safeguarding its financial stability. As the leader of the organization, the CEO reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for: implementing a sound strategic plan to address the growing needs of Y.O.U. and its community; representing the organization as its key spokesperson and chief fundraiser; developing and managing the organization’s overall finances; collaborating with other leaders and decision makers in the broader civic, education, business, youth development and human services community of Evanston, Skokie, Chicago and the region; providing the vision to address future challenges and opportunities; managing and leading the staff and fostering an organizational climate to develop and build staff competencies and equitable policies and practices; and supporting innovation and strengthening community. We seek a proven leader whose passion for service is demonstrated by a genuine dedication to improving the lives of children and youth. The ideal candidate will have significant experience in leading strategic and high-level decision making, particularly in times of organizational change and transformation, and will bring novel approaches and ideas to the organization. The candidate will be adept at using keen interpersonal skills to coalesce multiple internal and external stakeholders around common goals. He or she must embody the highest ethical standards and demonstrate a balance of business savvy with a commitment to responsible program delivery and mission. A demonstrated ability to develop and maintain highly professional relationships with business, government, civic, and nonprofit leaders is required. The person we seek is a big-picture thinker who can articulate a compelling vision for the organization in an ever-changing external environment. S/He will be able to act and react with flexibility and to use intuitive reasoning in decision making. Experience in fundraising and securing long-term support through active relationship management is required. This person should demonstrate a high proficiency to organize, analyze and prioritize as well as the proven ability to delegate to and work with a highly professional senior leadership team. The ability to lead staff of a wide spectrum of ages, in an inspirational manner where employee development and recognition operate at a high level, is expected. The qualified candidate must demonstrate success in reaching out to and proactively engaging with a variety of stakeholders and constituents. Communicating effectively with people of diverse racial and socioeconomic backgrounds is a must. An ability to build rapport with and enfranchise those who have varying viewpoints and different perceptions is a highly valued skill set. As the key spokesperson for the organization, this person must be able to speak extemporaneously and passionately about the mission of Y.O.U. A proven ability to direct and manage the finances, budget preparation and oversight, and grants administration within a complex organization is highly valued. First-hand experience in after-school programming and planning and/or public administration is a plus. Career experience in a top management position in an organization with a similar mission is ideal. Impeccable integrity and sound judgment are essential to success in this role. We seek a person whose strength of character is well demonstrated, whose demeanor is composed and unflappable, and who is open and accessible as well. Energy, natural optimism and the ability to be a good listener and quick learner are important personal attributes. A master’s degree from an accredited academic institution in a related field is strongly preferred. Evidence of continuing education, certification and executive level training is desirable., ILYouth & Opportunity United
505732811/1/201711/1/20171/1/2018Chief Programs OfficerJob Description Chief Programs Officer Responsibility Summary: The Chief Programs Officer is responsible for the programmatic leadership and direction of FSA program departments, including clinical mental health services, senior nutrition services, community centered services including the operations of community and senior centers; and emerging programs. Additional duties include training and staff development activities, program outcome measurement and leadership of quality assurance programs. Areas of responsibility include ensuring the achievement of program outcomes, strengthening internal collaborations, grant oversight, and researching and analyzing trends and regulations that impact delivery of services. Salary: $96,000 - 120,000 per annum (Salaried Exempt) Essential Duties: 1. Provides programmatic leadership and direction to all FSA programs and service departments. 2. Provide overall direction to the activities of the departments and all programs and its personnel toward the accomplishment of FSA’s strategic plan and goals. 3. Provides an exemplary role model of the FSA mission, vision and values throughout the agency. 4. Directly supervise and support Department Administrators and Directors and key management staff over the various FSA programs and departments. 5. Manage the work of Department leadership personnel in planning and program development, ensuring the tracking and quantifying of program outcomes and measures. 6. Analyze program quality data and make recommendations to the Chief Operating Officer based on trends. 7. Collects and provides COO with timely and relevant operational information and data to facilitate decision-making and evaluation. 8. Development, implementation & management of Quality Assurance processes systems supports as needed to insure continuous compliance with COA requirements and any other agency licensing or regulatory body requirements. 9. Provides leadership to the Continuous Quality Improvement Steering Committee and related Agency Action teams. 10. Leads strategic planning efforts within FSA program departments in alignment with current Board & Executive strategic goals and strategies and the agency mission, vision and values. 11. Participates in risk management activities and assists in oversight of the management of areas of potential liability and risk to the agency with departments and department/program activities and sites. 12. Assist COO & CFO in negotiating contracts and ensuring contractual compliance. 13. In collaboration with COO and CFO, develop and manage department /program budgets, ensuring accountability for production of resources relevant to program operations. 14. Provide for the overall management of the programs’ financial activities and take appropriate action to ensure that expenses are kept within the approved budget. 15. Provides leadership and direction on staff development including targeted activities and planning designed to build leaders from within the middle management tier of the organization. 16. Participates in key aspects of client needs assessment, community service gap assessments, feasibility studies, new program initiatives and new program development. 17. Participates in Program Development Activities including Grant Writing, Fund Raising related to all FSA programs and departments as needed. 18. Coordinates Key Start up activities for new Contracts and Programs within departments including the development of policies and procedures, startup of new sites or locations, etc. 19. Participates in key networks and community task forces throughout the agency service area. 20. Insures that the organization complies and responds to all funding source requirements and addresses any funding source concerns related to FSA programs and departments. 21. Punctual and Regular Attendance. 22. Other duties as assigned. Report to: FSA COO Minimum Qualifications: Five years programs management experience with Non-Profit organizations Quality Assurance Experience with an Accreditation Body preferred Current CA Driver's License and Proof of Automobile Insurance Background Fingerprint Clearance Drug Test Clearance The ability to read and write English and to communicate at the level required for successful Job performance. Licenses & Certifications: MA/MSW in Social Services/Business Related Field or equivalent experience Physical & Mental Demands: Ability to multi-task and stay focused with many interruptions ? Work at computer for long periods of time ? Ability to deal with many different personalitiesemail resume to or fax 951-275-0025 Equal Opportunity Employer/Drug Free WorkplaceMoreno Valley, CAFamily Service Associationwww.fsaca.org5057328
505815910/27/201710/27/201711/30/2017YOUTH AND FAMILY PRACTITIONERJOB SUMMARY: The Youth and Family Practitioner provides family support services and counseling for a caseload of individuals, groups, and/or families related to sexual orientation and gender identity to promote optimum mental health and well-being by achieving more effective personal, social, educational, and vocational development and adjustment. The practitioner provides psychoeducation, guidance and support for caregivers and individuals or groups though assessment, counseling, and evaluation of individual barriers to functioning through the use of case history, screening assessment tools, and observations with a trauma informed and harm reduction practice., MIRuth Ellis Centerwww.ruthelliscenter.org5058159
503871610/25/201710/25/201712/25/2017President & CEOPresident & CEO, Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska - Headquartered in Omaha, LFS of Nebraska has 350 employees and 11 locations in Nebraska and Eastern Iowa. LFS supports three core competencies: Children’s Services, Community Services, and Behavioral Health. A ministry of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the organization is nationally accredited by the Council on Accreditation and enjoys a strong reputation for quality and integrity across the state. The organization is financially solid, carries no debt, and has a robust fundraising function. In addition, LFS has made a significant investment in an Integrated Care approach to providing behavioral health services in Lincoln and is in conversation with partners to extend this cutting-edge model of care across its service area. Through both personal example and professional leadership, the new President & CEO will demonstrate an unwavering commitment to the mission and vision of LFS. S/he will be highly visible in order to promote LFS’ profile, brand, and presence with key stakeholders; develop new and innovative talent recruitment and retention strategies; and plan and implement infrastructure growth that puts in place an IT strategy. Inquiries, nominations and resumes should be directed electronically to Andrew Wheeler and Cynthia Barth, Managing Directors, Diversified Search, at, nominations and resumes should be directed electronically to Andrew Wheeler and Cynthia Barth, Managing Directors, Diversified Search, at, NebraskaLutheran Family Services of Nebraska
503871610/20/201710/20/201712/20/2017Chief Clinical Officer

Hanna Boys Center



ORGANIZATION BACKGROUND: Hanna Boys Center was founded in 1945 by leaders in the Archdiocese of San Francisco. Since 1949, it has been located on an idyllic 160 acre wine-country campus in Sonoma, 45 miles from San Francisco.

Substantially independent from and without financial support from the Catholic Church or, to date, from government contracts, Hanna is the only Catholic residential treatment center and school in the United States that is 100% financed by charitable donations and endowment, predominantly from Greater Bay Area Catholic donors. Hanna is a faith-based organization, founded on core Christian values of service to the disadvantaged of every faith. Led with great success for nearly 30 years by much beloved and now retired Fr. John Crews, in the Spring of 2014 Hanna recruited to the chief executive position Brian Farragher, long-time senior executive at the venerable Andrus Children’s Center (New York City), co-author (with Sandra Bloom) of two seminal books published by Oxford University Press addressing trauma-informed systems of youth care, winner of the highest honor for service to youth, the Nordlinger Child Welfare Leadership Award, from the American Alliance for Children and Families. Hanna Boys Center has every reason to look to the future with great optimism, and it is in this spirit that Hanna seeks to fill its executive clinical position with an exceptional clinician, administrator, colleague, and leader. Hanna Boys Center serves 100 boys in grades 8 through 12, most in long-term residential care, supporting their efforts to turn their lives around when they are having problems at home, in school, with their peers, or in the community. Joining these residents are a small but growing number of others who return to their homes nightly.

The boys - as do the staff and Board - come from diverse ethnic, religious, and economic backgrounds. Often the boys have been abused, neglected, abandoned, or raised in a single-parent family home in crisis. Many of the boys have significant to severe mental health problems. Many of the boys are performing below grade level in school and have special educational needs. The boys must apply for residence and Hanna is highly selective in limiting enrollment to boys with a strong desire for change. A rich array of residential, educational, recreational, health, and clinical services is provided to boys as they progress through high school - and, in some cases, beyond, as graduates may qualify for additional financial aid to defray college or vocational school expenses to support their transition to independence - and even farther beyond, as "once a Hanna boy, always a Hanna boy."

Hanna takes great pride in the myriad successes of its alumni. A visitor to Hanna will be immediately impressed by the beauty of the campus and the Valley of the Moon, the quality of the built environment and 100+ staff, the richness of programming for the boys. Recently, a five year, $12 million building and $3 million endowment campaign achieved its $15 million goal, funding dramatic upgrades to Hanna’s facilities. This is the first capital campaign since Hanna was founded and lays the groundwork for the future. The current operating budget is about $14 million, an increase of about $2 million in the past two years, reflecting initiatives of the new CEO and Board to increase both earned income and charitable giving to enhance Hanna services, increase community visibility, project clinical leadership in the field, and to support the build-out of Hanna’s business model. The next Chief Clinical Officer (CCO) will be both energized and challenged as s/he assumes a complicated high-level leadership role at a time of institutional change. Deliberately, and not at all surprisingly, Hanna’s Board acknowledged in its management of the transition from leadership of nearly 30 years that changing times would continue to challenge Hanna’s adaptability. Hanna’s culture, prompting some to describe themselves as "Hannatized," is predictably resistant to changes in leadership or practice. This adaptability will be challenged not only by shifts in emphasis of Hanna’s traditional endowment-dependent business model, but also other dimensions of Hanna’s operations - including Hanna’s treatment model. The Board’s recruitment of a preeminent expert like Brian Farragher reflected their openness to suitable adaptation, evidencing that commitment in the Board’s support of new fundraising and clinical initiatives. The latter will directly impact, as well as define, the effective next Chief Clinical Officer, and deserves additional explanation. In many ways, Hanna Boys Center has never seen itself so much as a "therapeutic community" as an "alternative family," with many of the organizational practices of the traditional orphanages. This distinction is extremely relevant in describing the ideal Chief Clinical Officer, but will be oversimplified in the following brief capsule. The alternative family model emphasizes the balance of love, rule-setting, and discipline that is generally identified with capable parenting and the healthy family system. When Hanna staff at every level describe the treatment approach to Hanna Boys in recent decades, the emphasis has been on leadership intimacy with the boys, with staff as mentors and quasi-family, with acknowledgment and reward for good behavior balanced by immediate response to rule-breaking, with accountability, rule reinforcement, and, frequently, disciplinary action, including suspension or expulsion for bad behavior. The challenge in this alternative family model at Hanna is inherent in the boys Hanna serves, as they are not a traditional orphanage population but a population predominantly of boys with varying levels of mental health acuity and special needs. They are at Hanna not only because they will ideally find a safe alternative home. Rather, at Hanna they will find personal growth opportunities that are clinically-founded, that are informed by a clinical organizational framework guided by what is known currently and being learned about how youth who have been traumatized by their childhood family and community experiences can be helped toward healthy adult functioning by their social and clinical responses to a "trauma-informed system of care." The next Chief Clinical Officer will have experience in the treatment of youth from traumatic backgrounds. The clinical treadmill of most community clinical work with such youth - plagued with unmanageable caseloads, undertrained staff, minimal therapeutic time and increasingly short lengths-of-stay - will make the Hanna opportunity attractive to the seasoned clinical executive. S/he will appreciate the extraordinary opportunity of working with high school age boys over long periods of months and years, and mostly in residence, and in working with a system of staff capable of adopting an institution-wide system of care. Notwithstanding this, the next Chief Clinical Officer will find at Hanna considerable challenge as well, since s/he must be capable of participating as a thought-leader in the senior leadership team while also managing a critically-important institutional function at a time of deliberate organizational transformation. The core mission and values of Hanna are as valued today as they have been for 75 years, but the pivot of Hanna to contemporary and emerging models of care has and will generate considerable stress within the organization. It is much less stressful for boys and staff to live with a mix of love and rules-enforcement than it is for boys and staff to adapt to a treatment regimen that is grounded in models of trauma-informed care: understanding trauma, preventing re-traumatization, transparency, voice and choice, peer support, emotional regulation, trauma specific treatment, non-violence, etc. For a boy to confront the painful roots of trauma, to understand, reconcile, integrate, and then move on; for a staff member to engage boys in the processes that support this personal growth - is demanding and challenging for all, and certainly more challenging than a love-discipline regimen that helps boys to repress their trauma behind their conforming behavior, allowing the boys to grow into adults whose unaddressed problems will be at the root of behavior and feelings that will haunt them throughout their adult family and working lives. The Chief Clinical Officer currently supervises 7 clinical "caseworkers," four licensed MSW/MFTs and three interns under supervision and pursuing their licenses. These staff each have a caseload of about 12-15 boys. At the same time, the boys spend their weekdays in Hanna’s on campus school and, except for the small but growing number of day-students, in their group homes or cottage residences. The boys are managed by the School Principal and teachers during the school day. The resident boys are managed in their group homes or cottages by "coordinators," who report to Hanna’s Chief Operating Officer. Not surprisingly there are considerable differences in the relationships with boys with their caseworkers, teachers, and their coordinators, which creates organizational tensions that require effective triaging by the Chief Clinical Officer, Chief Operating Officer, and Principal. In this respect, the ideal Chief Clinical Officer must be not only an effective clinical manager, but an effective and integrative manager of relationships with peers. Given this increasing emphasis on clinical outcomes for Hanna boys, the Chief Clinical Officer will have a far greater staff training responsibility than this position has had in the past. There is considerable interest in contemporary treatment modalities (e.g. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing - EMDR, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Focused CBT, Neurofeedback, Mindfulness), and the ideal CCO will be familiar with cutting-edge practices in the field. Beyond training alone, the CCO will understand how staff development can bring together the clinicians, coordinators, and teachers to provide individualized, integrated assistance to each boy and to integrate cross-departmental functions with treatment objectives. A significant initiative approved by the Board and opened this year is the Hanna Institute. This is both a service to the external community of organizations that can benefit from training, research, and consulting services relating to trauma-informed care and an additional source of earned revenue for Hanna Boys Center. The Chief Clinical Officer will be a resource to the Institute and those it serves. Finally, in addition to staff and external training responsibilities, the CCO find support among clinical staff for what they believe to be important to their department head - direct clinical responsibility for a very small caseload of boys. In sum, this position offers the consummate clinical professional, with exceptional management skills, the opportunity to participate in the advancement of a remarkable institution at a seminal moment in its history. REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS: The Chief Clinical Officer reports to the Executive Director & CEO. S/he is an integral member of the Executive Director’s senior management team, comprised of the following: Chief of Operations, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Development Officer, Chief of Clinical Services, and, Principal (of the non-public Archbishop Hanna High School). RESPONSIBILITIES: The Chief Clinical Officer works closely in support of and in partnership with the CEO in creating, executing, and continuously evaluating for effectiveness a comprehensive strategy that enhances the quality of care for Hanna boys. The CCO ensures that clinical staff are of the highest quality, and that they are able to provide services that are individualized, consistent, and fruitful. The CCO oversees relations among groups of staff and facilitates collaboration that serves the boys. The CCO supports the CEO, COO, Principal, and Director of the Hanna Institute in achieving institution-wide coordination and integration of the service model of the Hanna Boys Center.

Specifically the CCO:

  • Provides dynamic support to the CEO, Board and other senior team members on all matters related to the clinical functions of Hanna Boys Center.
  • Brings mature judgment and experience, with big-picture executive perspective, to the senior leadership team and to Hanna management and governance.
  • Integrates managing down responsibilities with managing up and managing out responsibilities, helping HBC to balance complex considerations in making critical decisions about organizational direction.
  • Is able to represent HBC well in the community, to partnering organizations, to thought-leaders in the field, and to HBC’s external stakeholders.
  • Is at ease as an adjunct to the fundraising function and able to support the ask with a clinical perspective on the impacts of donated dollars.
  • Anticipates changing community needs with vision and imagination, initiates long-range strategic and operational planning with respect to all clinical services, and is responsible and accountable for the business-like implementation, including budget development and management, of all such plans.
  • Manages staff and groups of staff from a big picture perspective, understanding that excellent clinical staff are pursuing their treatment goals with boys in a complex organizational environment that can facilitate or impede their success, and that no small part of leading the clinical function is working with the CEO and C-level peers to attend to the integration of all operations of the organization.
  • Influences continuing enhancement of clinical, educational, and social benefits inherent in the therapeutic community experience
  • Develops tactical and strategic plans, establishes goals and objectives
  • Is committed to data-driven decision-making and the establishment of metrics and the infrastructure (staff training and IT systems) to measure progress
  • Defines the criteria for success, and has the ability retrospectively and prospectively to evaluate progress
  • To inform the CEO and Board of this progress, and to demonstrate the pragmatism and flexibility to recommend changes in direction based on outcomes against plan.
  • Demonstrates as a curious and effective career-long proponent of best practices how Hanna can be a learning organization capable of continuing refinement in all of its services.
  • Participates actively in regional, statewide and national associations to ensure that the achievements of Hanna Boys Center are disseminated and leveraged by other organizations, even as Hanna is enabled by others to adapt productive emerging practices.
  • The successful candidate for Chief Clinical Officer will be a results-driven, high-energy clinical professional and manager-leader dedicated to the mission of Hanna Boys Center.


  • Is passionate about the mission of Hanna Boys Center, evidenced by a continuing interest in child and youth development.
  • Enjoys being an active and involved member of a residential community, spending time learning the stories of boys and families, being an accessible role-model and mentor, radiating the enthusiasm and optimism that will inspire boys and reassure their families.
  • Is a well-trained and highly experienced clinical professional, licensed to supervise new clinicians, familiar and experienced with the therapeutic community and the emerging modalities being used with youth in trauma-informed systems.
  • Is a seasoned manager familiar with clinical settings, able to manage clinical and non-clinical staff and clients, and to manage relationships with the many moving parts of the complex organization that affect the clinical function.
  • Is comfortable with training, supervision, and the consulting role, and able through mentorship, suggestion, and example to enhance clinical services.
  • Nurtures, mentors, and recruits a dedicated staff capable of maintaining high quality clinical services that in every respect reflect core values and priorities.
  • Embodies the understanding, sensitivity, sophistication, and high standards that inspire staff colleagues at all levels, is a respectful diplomat, consensus-builder, and natural collaborator, commands confidence and trust, and both appreciates and promotes longevity of service.
  • Is approachable, likeable, and accessible, with a direct, transparent, and unaffected style that will wear well with all whom Hanna touches.
  • Has the self-confidence to lead; has the self-confidence to follow.
  • Delegates comfortably to effective colleagues, avoids micromanagement where not required, while being able to micromanage deftly where necessary.
  • Demonstrates the ability to hold all staff accountable for their performance, to anticipate, avoid, or manage conflict, and to make difficult personnel and financial decisions when necessary.
  • Has highly developed oral and written communication skills, and the vision, charisma, and dynamism necessary to project and promote the mission of Hanna to boys, their families, staff, colleagues, governing Board, and community. Conversational Spanish a plus.
  • Demonstrates ability to be an active and effective partner to the CEO and member of the senior management team, anticipating community needs, leading, managing, and assessing strategic change within a complex, diverse, and rapidly changing environment, with demonstrated ability to work effectively in diverse communities.
  • Demonstrates business and financial acumen, recommends and oversees budgets, revenues and expenditures, costs out programs and then monitors the implementation of programs within approved budgets, maintains internal controls and financial discipline, and works closely with other senior management leaders and Board members to ensure the financial well-being of Hanna Boys Center.
  • Has a can-do, no-job-too-small attitude and an ability to set priorities, to produce quickly and at a high level of quality, and is able to maintain a steady presence in a position where multi-tasking is necessary, and where stress and crisis are routine.
  • Avoids being a ´desk jockey’, demonstrating the value of being highly present with staff and boys wherever they can be engaged, and understanding that in a residential community every informal engagement offers treatment opportunities.
  • Has exceptional listening skill, high energy, compassion, centeredness and maturity, a collaborative style, durability and adaptability to the vicissitudes of an emotionally charged environment, and a healthy sense of humor.

EDUCATION: Ph.D., Psy.D., M.S.W., M.F.T. or the equivalent, with a California clinical license, and sufficient experience to qualify as a clinical supervisor.

COMPENSATION: Compensation is likely to be in the range of $140,000 - $160,000, negotiable based on salary history and experience, with excellent benefits and a profoundly gratifying work environment.

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Robert M. Fisher, Ph.D. and Michael Loscavio of Rusher Loscavio Fisher Nonprofit Executive Search are privileged to provide recruitment counsel to Hanna Boys Center ( We would be grateful to receive inquiries, expressions of interest, nominations, and applications at the following address: bfisher@RLL.comSonoma, CaliforniaHanna Boys Centerbfisher@RLL.com5038716