The Social Services Program Specialist will provide programmatic research, evaluation and support to the Department of Social Services and the Corps Social Service programs. She/he will assist in the development and coordination of on-going trainings to meet identified program and case management needs in the field. She/he will work in collaboration with the Divisional Director of Social Services for Corps to ensure maximum outcomes, implement best practices, and provide professional support to the field.
1. Master Degree in the field of social work/human services. 2. Spanish speaking required. Reading and writing in Spanish preferred. 3. Experience providing direct services to individuals, families in need, and homeless population preferred. 4. Experience in program development and evaluation preferred. 5. Experience working effectively with clients, staff and others of diverse backgrounds and interests. 6. Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel. 7. Valid California’s Driver’s License.
Additional Salary Information: Work vehicle provided.
About The Salvation Army Southern California Division
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
For more than 125 years, The Salvation Army of Southern California has provided services and hope t...o those in need from San Luis Obispo to Orange County. The Salvation Army's history of public service dates back to 1865, over the years it has since evolved into a social service provider of unmatched scope and breadth - delivering assistance to those in need without discrimination.
Internationally, it is an organization with a lineage of public service that dates back to 1865, and has evolved over the decades into a social service provider with an unmatched scope and breadth. The Salvation Army currently has representation in more than 125 countries worldwide, in addition to nearly 8,000 centers of operation across the United States.