Domestic Violence/Anger Management Group Facilitator

Provides psycho-educational counseling services to batterers; serves court-referred, probation-referred, parole-referred, and self-referred men and women; facilitates groups, generally in the afternoon and evenings; maintains client files and records documenting attendance and progress in the program; provides regular written reports for the Probation Department, the Courts, California Department of Corrections, etc.; conducts intakes and assessments; and assesses and collects fees and provide receipts.  The Domestic Violence Group Facilitator must meet qualifications as outlined in the California Penal Code, Section 1203.098.  This includes knowledge of child/elder abuse laws and mandated reporting.  The Facilitator must maintain annual training hours sufficient to satisfy the requirements of Section 1203.098.  Additionally, the individual must pass a criminal records check conducted by the Probation Department and have been violence-free for a period of at least three years.  The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills; knowledge and/or experience working with families and children; crisis intervention skills; knowledge of mental health; knowledge of confidentiality; ability to maintain boundaries; excellent communication skills; and cultural sensitivity. Preference will be given to bilingual/bi-literate/bi-cultural candidates. A valid California driver’s license, auto insurance and CPR/First Aid certificate required.

Pay $25.91 per hour.  Additional 5% if Bilingual (E/S).  AA/EOE.