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Butte County Office of Education – Shasta County

$270.58 – $345.84/day, DOE. Stipend pay for Master’s $750.00 annually, Doctorate’s $1,250.00 annually.
Benefits include Medical, Dental, and Vision for employee and dependents.

About the Employer:
The Butte County Office of Education (BCOE) is located in Northern California and serves 14 districts and 18 charter schools in Butte County and provides services to students and educators in all 58 California Counties and employs 1500 people in Butte County and across the state.

Deadline: Tuesday, May 18th, 2021 at 4:00pm 


Under the direction of the Director, Butte County Community Based Coalition Program, the Program Coordinator manages the identified Community Based Coalition (s) (CBC(s)) in either/or Butte, Tehama and Shasta counties and all associated services. The Program Coordinator coordinates the on-going programs with the development and the implementation of any new vocational training programs and/or services that provide appropriate entry level, upgrade, and re-entry training to parolees in the region. The Program Coordinator ensures high quality and relevant Career Development instruction, and cost-effective program operation that follow California Education Code and administrative regulations, and the policies and procedures of the Butte County Office of Education. The Program Coordinator, with guidance from the Director, is responsible for planning, development, implementation, supervision and evaluation of all aspects of the CBC programs and services in Tehama and Shasta counties.

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES: (May include, but is not limited to the following)

  1. Responsible for the day to day operation of the Community Based Coalitions (CBC) and staff supervision
  2. Implements Superintendent and Board Policies where appropriate
  3. Establishes and implements emergency procedures and client behavior standards and protocols
  4. Coordinates and implements staff/client orientation and recognition programs
  5. Develops and implements a diagnostic and placement system to ensure appropriate placement of clients
  6. Utilizes assessment data to evaluate effectiveness of program and to assess program progress
  7. Assists instructors in the design and implementation of effective lessons
  8. Develops and implements program schedules; through the use of detailed data analysis and program evaluation
  9. Assists in the formulation of plans and programs designed to best address the current and potential needs and
    directions of the CBCs
  10. Works as part of the department management team to ensure the direction taken by the department parallels the needs of the clients, families, districts, businesses and/or community
  11. Prepares a variety of reports related to CBC operations and maintains client files
  12. Provides and/or coordinates appropriate training and staff development activities
  13. With direction from the Director, is responsible for the development, review, and evaluation of all CBC budgeting
    and financial matters
  14. Ensures that all necessary data is collected to evaluate the effectiveness of the program and will produce an annual report on the BCBC.
  15. Establishes and maintains cooperative working relationships and effective communications with parole officers,
    school districts, the community, neighboring establishments in the complex, local businesses, and other outside
    agencies as appropriate
  16. Attends appropriate school, community, or outside agency meetings as assigned
  17. Develops and utilizes an effective communication system; prepares and distributes newsletters, and bulletins
  18. May serve as the primary liaison between the business community and CBCs by keeping up-to-date regarding the trends, needs, and expectations of employers and employees
  19. Serves on and chairs various ad hoc and other advisory committees as assigned; may coordinate programs with other related agencies or groups to ensure the most effective utilization of time and resources; may recruit additional businesses or partners for participation in the CBC programs


Online applications only; no paper copies will be accepted. All online applications must be accompanied by the following attachments;

Incomplete applications will not be accepted

  • Cover Letter
  • Resume
  • Three letters of recommendation required, current letters preferred
  • Bachelors’ Degree preferred or combination of certifications and experience
  • California Association of Addiction Recovery Resources (CAARR) Certified
  • Registered Addiction Specialist (RAS)
  • California Association of Drinking Driver Treatment Programs (CADDTP)
  • California Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors (CAADAC) Certified
  • Certified Addiction Treatment Counselor (CATC)
  • Clinical Supervisor Credential (CSC)
  • Certified Women’s Treatment Specialist (CWTS)
  • Certified Co-occurring Disorders Specialist (CCDS)
  • Medication-Assisted Treatment Counselor (MATC)
  • Forensic Addictions Counselor (FAC)


Minimum Education and Experience

Education Required: None