Current Job Openings

APPLICATION PROCEDURES
Please email your resume with a cover letter describing your qualifications to: jobs@vchcorp.org. You can also fax your resume to (310) 399-1130 or mail it to Venice Community Housing, 720 Rose Avenue, Venice, CA 90291. NO PHONE CALLS.

SENIOR ACCOUNTANT

The Senior Accountant will work as part of a 3-person finance department to ensure effective and comprehensive financial management of Venice Community Housing. The Senior Accountant reports to the Controller.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Internal Controls: Perform all duties in accordance with internal control procedures. Collaborate with controller and CPA to establish and maintain internal control procedures and policies. Enforce internal controls with all VCH staff.
  • Accounts Payable: Oversee A/P-A/R Specialist in doing timely processing of accounts payable with complex coding of multiple fund accounts. Learn all aspects of the Accounts Payable procedures so that he/she can perform the responsibilities of the job should it be necessary.
  • Payroll: Process payroll for 45+ employees on the ADP online system, prepare spread sheets for entry into QuickBooks on a biweekly basis. Insure backup is complete for all new hires, wage changes, terminations (unused vacation pay), deductions and adjustments. Enter payroll data into ADP online software. Review and distribute checks. Responsible for manual payroll check processing and reporting.
  • Administration of health insurance benefits: Enter information provided by Human Resources for deduction of health and dental insurance from payroll. Keep track that current information has been entered.
  • Cash Receipts: Learn all aspects of the Cash Receipts procedures of coding deposits, according to complex multiple fund accounts. Enter cash receipts into QuickBooks when provided by the A/P-A/R Specialist. Determine proper coding for the C/R.
  • Audit Schedules: Prepare audit schedules under supervision of CPA and controller. Audit schedules include sick and vacation hours, grant income, other accruals, and other schedules as needed.
  • Grant Billing: Maintain on excel spreadsheets all grant billing which includes federal, state, city, county and private foundation grants. Learn and provide monthly billings for grants as assigned by Controller.
  • Filing: Maintain a complex filing system for cash receipts, grant contracts, grant billings, payroll, and all related paperwork. Develop and learn all procedures in the accounting department, including scanning and preservation of all records.
  • Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • 3-5 years of experience in non-profit accounting required. Course work in accounting necessary
  • Work with Limited Liability Companies, Limited Liability Partnerships and Corporations preferred as well as working with auditors and audits
  • Knowledge of government grants functions and property management a plus
  • Proficient in QuickBooks and Excel
  • Knowledge of Outlook, Word, and ADP Workforce Now or similar payroll system
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and be able to work well with all levels of staff
  • Must pass background check

Salary range: 55,000 – 60,000 -depending on education and experience

Benefits: Medical, dental, life, Aflac, 403(b), vacation, sick time, 12 holidays and 2 personal days.

CASE MANAGER

Venice YouthBuild is an ongoing, comprehensive education and job training program that provides high school diploma prep, vocational training, counseling, and career placement to help at-risk youth, ages 18 to 24, obtain high school diplomas and job skills in order to transition into healthy, self-sufficient adulthood. The YouthBuild Case Manager, under the direction of the YouthBuild Associate Director, is responsible for providing individualized case management and counseling for youth, coordinating and teaching life skills courses, facilitating social support groups, developing and maintaining key social service partnerships, and participating in other program-wide services.

Essential Functions

  • Provide intensive case management, which may include services such as advocacy with the court/probation/parole systems, letters of support, conflict mediation, etc.
  • Provide crisis-intervention as needed within program (e.g. suicide risk)
  • Provide one-on-one counseling for 15-25 youth and document using standardized social service notation
  • Document all case management services using the Department of Labor MIS database as well as organize and maintain program files for respective caseload
  • Meet youth regularly, conduct intake assessments, and create individual case plans for caseload
  • Develop and maintain key social service partnerships who can become referral services for youth when needed and/or life skills partners for the program
  • Develop and teach a weekly personal development life skills course that includes topics such as anger management, goal setting, etc., to a group of approximately 20 students
  • Organize and facilitate all-staff case reviews of individual youth on a weekly basis
  • Prepare for and participate in monthly clinical supervision regarding cases with LCSW Consultant
  • Assist in preparing youth for post-program placement and tracking post-graduation progress
  • Provide follow-up case management services on a quarterly basis or as needed for all alumni and specifically for each graduating cycle 9-12 months after program
  • Facilitate or organize group support sessions as needed, assist with planning and implementation of leadership development activities
  • Weekly case review with and monthly reports to Program Manager
  • Coordinate case management services with other staff to ensure quality of service
  • Attend weekly meetings with YouthBuild staff and additional trainings and conferences
  • Participate in program-wide activities such as participant recruitment and orientation, community service projects, field trips, etc.
  • Drive VCH vehicles to transport youth to program activities and events when needed
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in social services or related field; MSW preferred
  • At least three years’ experience working with at-risk youth or other disadvantaged youth/adults in crisis intervention and case management; experience with YouthBuild strongly preferred
  • Excellent writing and verbal communication skills; computer literacy (PC)
  • Demonstrated group work experience including life skills and job preparation instruction
  • Commitment to working with disadvantaged youth and people from diverse backgrounds
  • Demonstrated ability to build strong relationships with youth while also setting clear boundaries
  • Commitment to working closely as a team player with YouthBuild staff
  • Ability to manage multiple responsibilities and follow-up with participants in a timely manner
  • Driver’s License and auto insurance
  • Class B license with passenger endorsement or willing to get obtain a Class B license within 3 months of employment
  • Must pass criminal and driving background check

 

Salary range: 32,000 – 37,000 -depending on experience and qualifications

Benefits: Medical, dental, life, Aflac, 403(b), vacation, sick time, 12 holidays and 2 personal days.