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Jessica Rodriquez - hiring@cresource.org

In Sacramento County

Position:  Billing Administrator 
Reports to: Accounting Manager
Status: Non-Exempt
Date: 04/2017

SUMMARY: Maintains the processing of accurate, timely and complete financial documents in relation to Accounts Receivable processes.  Manages property control, purchasing, and property and equipment leases.  

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. 

  1. Prepares and Reports monthly grant billings to funding sources
  2. Creates and maintains budgets for all agency grants
  3. Prepares analysis and meets monthly with Division Directors to review status of all agency grants
  4. Posts accounts receivables to accounting and external funders’ systems
  5. Manages agency procurement bid processes
  6. Prepares requested data/documents and supports specific reviews by auditors, monitors and others
  7. Answers questions and resolves issues from funding source representatives, staff and others as needed
  8. Maintains files of property and equipment leases and contracts for services covering the administrative and all field offices
  9. Maintains equipment and services leases and agreements
  10. Performs basic financial analysis as needed
  11. Other duties as assigned

SKILLS/QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: 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:  Minimum Associate’s degree in related field or two years of directly-related (accounting/bookkeeping) experience and/or training; or equivalent combination or education and experience.  Nonprofit and/or contracting experience highly desired.

COMPUTER SKILLS: Advanced computer skills required for data entry, Word, Excel, and other software programs, as required for the position.

LANGUAGE SKILLS:  Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.  Ability to apply skills regarding labor market analysis, sales approaches, customer relations and negotiations. 

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS:  Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.  Ability to compute rate, and percent and to create and interpret bar graphs.

 

REASONING ABILITY:  Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, verbal, diagram, or schedule forms.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:  Access to transportation, California driver’s license, and minimum auto insurance as required by law. Must maintain a good driving record.

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.  Regular attendance is required.  The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 20 pounds.

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 noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

AT-WILL STATEMENT: Employment at CRP is employment at will.  This means that an employee is free to leave his or her employment at any time, with or without cause or notice, and the Company retains the same right to terminate the employee at any time, with or without cause or notice.  Please understand that continued employment cannot be guaranteed for any employee. 

This policy of at-will employment may be changed only by a written employment agreement signed by the Chief Executive Officer that expressly changes the policy of at-will employment.  Unless the employee’s employment is covered by a written employment agreement that specifically provides otherwise, this policy of at-will employment is the sole and entire agreement between the employee and the Company as to the duration of employment and the circumstances under which employment may be terminated. 

With the exception of employment at-will, terms and conditions of employment with the Company may be modified at the sole discretion of the Company, with or without cause or notice at any time.  No implied contract concerning any employment-related decision or term or condition of employment can be established by any other statement, conduct, policy, or practice.  Examples of the types of terms and conditions of employment that are within the sole discretion of the Company include, but are not limited to, the following:  promotion; demotion; transfers; hiring decisions; compensation; benefits; qualifications; discipline; layoff or recall; rules; hours and schedules; work assignments; job duties and responsibilities; production standards; subcontracting; reduction, cessation, or expansion of operations; sale, relocation, merger, or consolidation of operations; determinations concerning the use of equipment, methods, or facilities; or any other terms and conditions that the Company may determine to be necessary for the safe, efficient, and economic operation of its business. 

DISCLAIMER:  The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job.  They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and requirements, which may change from time to time based on business needs. When appropriate, reasonable accommodations that do not create an undue hardship to the Company may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.

 

 

 

 

Position Title:  WIC Nutrition Assistant I  - Call Center Representative Job Descript
Pay Range: $11.56-$15.06
Reports to: Office Manager/WIC Nutrition Assistant V
Status: Non-Exempt

Primary Purpose and Function

Nutrition Assistant I – Call Center Representative is an entry-level position where operational and educational tasks are performed, primarily answering incoming calls from WIC participants and providing information as needed and as directed by supervising WIC staff.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities

  • Learn, apply and explain WIC program regulations, rules and procedures to     participants in call center setting
  • Provide telephone support, including assessing needs of participants, scheduling and rescheduling appointments and providing information and directions to WIC locations
  • Effectively access and utilize the WIC Management Information System (WIC   MIS) to obtain necessary information to assist participants and answer questions
  • Gather information via screening questions in WIC MIS to determine potential eligibility for services, schedule appointment and provide list of necessesary paperwork needed for upcoming appointments
  • Access WICHealth.org web-site to assess completion of on-line education
  • Understand and complete processes involving the transfer of participant information to/from another WIC agency both State and Nationwide
  • Legibly write participant names and any necessary information including address, family identification numbers and future appointments on any items needed to prepare for mailing
  • Refer participants to appropriate community resources/services as needed
  • Communicate effectively and provide quality customer service with a diverse clientele through professionalism, efficiency, and problem solving
  • Maintain order and cleanliness of phone room and front desk areas
  • Complete any other tasks as requested by supervisor

Required Knowledge and Skills

  • Valid California Driver’s License and vehicle available during working hours
  • High School Diploma or completion of GED

 

 

Preferred Knowledge and Skills

 

  1. Some WIC, word processing, call center or customer service experience
  2. Fluent in Spanish, Russian, Middle Eastern or a Southeast Asian Language
  3. Demonstrate excellent English verbal, writing and data entry skills in addition to legible handwriting
  4. Desire to work in call center environment
  5. Desire to learn about health and nutrition and enjoy working in a fast paced setting
  6. Appreciate diverse staff and clientele and demonstrate sensitivity to challenges faced by low income and minority families

 

 

At-Will Employment

Community Resource Projects’ (CRP) employment policy is at will. Under the at-will policy neither the employee nor CRP is committed to continuing the employment relationship for any specific term. Rather, the employment relationship will continue at will. Either side may terminate the relationship at any time, with or without cause and with or without notice. CRP also retains the right to demote, transfer, change employee job duties, and change employee compensation at any time with or without notice and with or without cause in its sole
discretion. In deciding to work for CRP, or continuing to work for CRP, you must understand and accept these terms of employment.

 

 

 

 

Position Title:  WIC Regional Breastfeeding Liaison
Pay Range: $25.99-32.79
Reports to: Breastfeeding Promotional Coordinator
Status: Non-Exempt (Part-Time 20 hours per week)

 

Primary Purpose and Function

Under the supervision of the WIC Director, and the WIC Breastfeeding Promotion Coordinator, the Regional Breastfeeding Liaison provides training and education to healthcare providers while maintaining relationships with community partners and providing support to breastfeeding program in Sacramento and Placer Counties.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities

  • Provide WIC orientation and breastfeeding-related education and training to healthcare providers in the community (25%)
  • Visit local hospitals to educate and encourage adopting model policies and procedures that facilitate mother-baby bonding and breastfeeding (15%)
  • Visit local healthcare providers and provide office staff with information and tools to help support breastfeeding, to facilitate removal of formula-sponsored breastfeeding materials, and limit distribution of free formula samples/coupons (15%)
  • Participate in program documentation and evaluation activities (5%)
  • Demonstrate knowledge of WIC rules and regulations and follow WIC policy and procedures
  • Participate in research projects, as needed
  • Attend and actively participate in at least two pertinent community meetings each quarter, including those of the Sacramento Breastfeeding Coalition, the Obesity Task Force of Sacramento, the California WIC Association, First 5 Sacramento, General Managed Care meetings and/or local hospital breastfeeding task forces (5%)
  • Inform local healthcare providers about, and invite them to participate in, at least 2 regional breastfeeding trainings and conferences, such as the UCSD Certified Lactation Educator course, Placer County Breastfeeding Coaltion annual conference, and the California Breastfeeding Coalition Annual Summit (5%)
  • Visit public health and community-based organizations to ensure they have current information about WIC and WIC Breastfeeding Services (5%)
  • Conduct breastfeeding trainings for WIC staff, other home visitation and community program staff, public health nurses, physicians and hospital nurses (5%).
  • Participate in community breastfeeding collaborative efforts (5%)
  • Complete other duties as assigned by the Breastfeeding Coordinator and WIC
  • Director to support the goal of increasing the number of breastfed infants in
  • Sacramento and Placer Counties. (1%)
  • Stay current with local cultural groups, traditions and practices that impact nutrition education and health (1%)
  • Serve as media contact and maintain public relations (1%)
  • Participate at community outreach events as needed (1%)

Required Knowledge and Skills

  • Must have valid California Driver’s License, current automobile insurance and vehicle during working hours
  • Must have physical ability to lift 40 pounds

Preferred Knowledge and Skills

 

  • Previous WIC or Public Health Experience
  • International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) in good standing
  • Word processing experience
  • Bilingual skills in Spanish, Russian, a Southeast Asian, or Middle Eastern Language
  • Demonstrate excellent English verbal, writing and word processing skills, legible handwriting
  • Desire to learn about health and nutrition and enjoy working in a fast paced setting
  • Appreciate diverse staff and clientele and demonstrate sensitivity to challenges faced by low income and minority families

At-Will Employment

Community Resource Projects’ (CRP) employment policy is at will. Under the at-will policy neither the employee nor CRP is committed to continuing the employment relationship for any specific term. Rather, the employment relationship will continue at will. Either side may terminate the relationship at any time, with or without cause and with or without notice. CRP also retains the right to demote, transfer, change employee job duties, and change employee compensation at any time with or without notice and with or without cause in its sole discretion. In deciding to work for CRP, or continuing to work for CRP, you must understand and accept these terms of employment.

 

 

 

 

Position Title:  Workforce Development Manager
Reports to: Energy Director
Status: Exempt

 

Primary Purpose and Function

Under the direction of the Energy Director, The Workforce Development Manager is responsible for development, implementation, operation, and evaluation of the Workforce Development Department. The Workforce Development Manager will work closely in partnership with the Energy Director, Contracts Manager, and Operations Manager.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities

  1. Research, develop inhouse policy to support federal, state, and utility contract requirements
  2. Track and analyze future program trends
  3. Organize a high volume of contract tasks and deliverables
  4. Provide technical trainings and quality control support for CSD, public utilities, and community-based organizations
  5. Design instructor-led trainings, and develop relevant curriculum, to support all learning modalities
  6. Write, review, and revise training documents, policy and procedures to ensure understanding, cohesion, clarity, and appropriateness of written materials
  7. Provide interpretation of technical procedures, program policy, Energy audit tools, health and safety tools, and contracts based upon regulations, program guidelines, and findings.
  8. Maintain and update weatherization training records for in-house staff, partner agencies, and sub contractors (create and update forms)
  9. Demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of contracts
  10. Develop WIS and Field Guide Training procedures
  11. Maintain full knowledge of multiple weatherization and home energy assessment contracts for compliance and leveraging opportunities
  12. Possess and maintain an exceptional work ethic, uphold company values, and demand the highest standard of conduct from self and others
  13. Ability to perform other duties as required

Required Knowledge and Skills

  • Bilingual
  • Bachelors degree in a related field; or five years directly related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Five years of professsional level experience in the field of employment, education, or training
  • Ability to persuade and negotiate conflicts and problems
  • Ability to work irregular hours and under pressured conditions
  • Ability to delegate responsibility and achieve results through subordinates
  • Ability to maintain order in an environment of changing priorities
  • Ability to work cooperatively with employees, customers, and the public
  • Must possess a valid California motor vehicle operator's license and willingness to use personal vehicle in the course of employment

 Preferred Knowledge and Skills

 

  1. Maintain a professional appearance and a polished image
  2. Display willingness to work with diverse cultures found in the Sacramento area
  3. Demonstrate sensitivity to challenges faced by low-income and minority families
  4. Ability to work in fast paced setting
  5. Must have excellent English language verbal and writing skills, legible handwriting and work processing skills
  6. Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office

 

At-Will Employment

Community Resource Projects’ (CRP) employment policy is at will. Under the at-will policy neither the employee nor CRP is committed to continuing the employment relationship for any specific term. Rather, the employment relationship will continue at will. Either side may terminate the relationship at any time, with or without cause and with or without notice. CRP also retains the right to demote, transfer, change employee job duties, and change employee compensation at any time with or without notice and with or without cause in its sole discretion. In deciding to work for CRP, or continuing to work for CRP, you must understand and accept these terms of employment.

 

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