Warm Line Specialist
Under the direction of the Warm Line Program Manager and Warm Line Assistant Manager, the Warm Line Specialist serves as a shift supervisor and leadership team member responsible for overseeing day-to-day call center operations for the Mental Health PeerRun Warm Line with the Mental Health Association of San Francisco (MHASF). The PeerRun Warm Line is a multi-faceted peer support program in which trained peer staff provide live support and community-based resources to individuals in sub-acute crisis/distress, via 1:1 phone and web-based technology (on a 24/7 basis after full program implementation).
Part Time Warm Line Counselor
The Mental Health Association of San Francisco (MHASF) is proud to announce
implementation of the Mental Health Peer Run Warm Line! Run and staffed
exclusively by individuals with lived experience of mental health conditions and
champions of recovery, the Warm Line provides live peer support via phone and
online chat. This is a fantastic opportunity for innovators in recovery to join the
Bay Area’s leading and most dynamic mental health change agency.
The Warm Line Counselor for the San Francisco Mental Health Peer-Run Warm Line will
support the day to day operations of the Mental Health Peer-Run Warm Line with the
Mental Health Association of San Francisco (MHASF). The Peer-Run Warm Line is a
new multi-faceted peer support program in which trained peer staff provide live support
to individuals in sub-acute crisis/distress in San Francisco via 1:1 phone and web-based
technology on a 24 hour/7 day a week basis (after full program implementation). Warm
Line Counselors will provide peer support over the phone and over an Internet chat
based service during regular four or eight hour shifts.
The application reviewing process for the Warm Line takes approximately 2-4 weeks during the application review period. If you have submitted your application during a review period you will hear from the Program Manager after it has been reviewed via email or phone to set-up a phone interview. If you missed the review period your application will be saved in our database and will be reviewed once the hiring period/ job availability opens-up. The review and interview/hiring periods will be posted on our website. Please note that unexpected events can take place and review and interview/hiring periods are subject to change frequently.
Please do not contact us to follow up on the status of your application. You will be contacted if you are selected to move forward in the hiring process.
Next application review period: Mid May 2016
Interview/hiring period: Mid June 2016
SOLVE Peer Facilitator
Under the direction of the Community Engagement Manager, the SOLVE Peer Facilitator is responsible for supporting the SOLVE (Sharing Our Lives, Voices and Experiences) Program at the Mental Health Association of San Francisco (MHASF). SOLVE is a Stigma and Discrimination Reduction (SDR) Program in which individuals with lived experience of mental health conditions share their experiences of recovery and hope in community-based presentations across San Francisco.
For the full job description, click here.
All applications must be received by 5:00pm, Tuesday, May 31.
Internships and Volunteer Opportunities
For more information about internships and volunteer opportunities, please click here.
The Board of Directors is empowered by the state to govern the Mental Health Association of San Francisco as a non-profit public benefit corporation on behalf of the people of California.
Board Members share a commitment to promote mental health and wellness within the community, advance supports and resources to counter mental illness and public stigma, and to support the values and mission of MHASF in all its efforts both public and private.
There are 9-15 Members on the Board of Directors. The term of office is two years, with a limit of three terms/six consecutive years. Board Members are expected to attend no less than two-thirds (66%) of relevant Board Meetings, currently recurring every other month, and to fulfill committee or Officer responsibilities as relevant. The MHASF Board is developed to include a diversity of professional and personal skills relevant to the organization’s success and encourages interest from individuals with personal lived experience of mental health conditions and consumers of mental health services in San Francisco.
For the full job description and application form, click here.
TO APPLY TO OPEN POSITIONS:
Send cover letter describing your interest in the position and in MHASF, along with your resume to one of the following:
- Email: The email address listed in the job posting. If none is listed, please send your email to email@example.com. For emails please include in the subject line the position you are applying for, your last name, and the initial of your first name.
- Fax: 415-421-2928
- Mail: ATTN: [POSITION APPLYING FOR] 870 Market Street, Suite 928 San Francisco, CA 94102
**No phone calls please. Applications will be reviewed as they are received. Positions will remain open until filled.