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 Job Title   Posting Date   Organization

Director of Burn Survivor Services

  1/23/2018   Burn Institute
 Job Description        

To oversee and manage the planning, development and implementation of burn survivor support programs and services offered to San Diego and Imperial County. Programs include Camp Beyond the Scars and multiple annual retreats. Meet with and provide case management to burn survivors and their family members to discuss Burn Institute supportive services and community resources. Provide crisis intervention and support post-hospitalization needs for individuals under the scope of our programs. Maintain the oversight and facilitation of the bi-monthly Adult Burn Survivor Support Groups. Oversee and facilitate all support programs at Camp and Retreats. Organize and implement burn survivor outings and special events. Manage and provide guidance to Burn Survivor Administrative Assistant. Recruit, manage, and provide supervision to Social Work interns to assist in carrying out programs. Manage budget, and reports; produce monthly and other written reports including program statistics.



An experienced candidate with Masters in Social Work, Counseling, or Psychology with minimum of 2 years post graduate experience preferred. Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or Licensed Marriage Family Therapist (LMFT) highly desirable. If registered as an ASW or MFT intern with California Board of Behavioral Sciences, clinical supervision is provided. A minimum of three years nonprofit experience working in a similar field preferred. Must have programmatic, personnel, and case management experience. Successful experience and demonstrated ability in program planning, implementation, and tracking. Excellent written, verbal and organizational skills required. Must have the ability to work independently and effectively communicate with co-workers, supervisors and the public. Must have good administrative computer skills and work as a positive representative of the Burn Institute. Bilingual (English/Spanish, speaking/writing) desired.


 Additional Information        

Attend board meetings and any other meetings and/or conferences as requested; some local and domestic travel is necessary. Must possess and maintain California Driverís License and automobile insurance. Must be able to lift 50 pounds. Burn Institute is an equal opportunity employer. Employment at the Burn Institute is at-will. Flexibility: Occasional weekend and evening hours are necessary. Burn Institute is an equal opportunity employer offering health insurance benefits, retirement plans, paid time off, paid holidays, a positive work environment and a passion to serve. Interested parties to email resume, cover letter with compensation requests; no phone calls please.


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