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Job opening: FFSP Social Services Assistant - Naval Base San Diego

Salary: $59 967 - 63 494 per year
City: San Diego
Published at: Feb 15 2024
Employment Type: Full-time
This position is assigned to the Family Readiness Division; Fleet and Family Support Program (FFSP) Section; Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC); Navy Region Southwest (NRSW); Naval Base San Diego (NBSD). The primary purpose of this position is to provide comprehensive administrative support for the Family Advocacy Program. This includes providing administrative support to assist with the overall case management of domestic abuse and child abuse/neglect allegations at the installation.


Incident Determination Committee Meeting Duties and Responsibilities Assists Family Advocacy Representative (FAR) and/or Clinical Supervisor with coordinating Incident Determination Committee (IDC) meetings; develops meeting agenda based on monthly cases presented, and ensures correct and accurate client information presented to the IDC. Notifies law enforcement, medical, legal and command IDC members of meeting location, times, and agenda. Prepares notification letters to clients and commands, the minutes tracking form, and the IDC determination letters in accordance with applicable guidelines and requirements. Operates decision tree algorithm to assist with adherence to the DoD maltreatment criteria. Tracks required training certificates and appointment letters for primary and alternative members of the IDC. Prepares and sends notifications of annual training requirements for IDC members, Commanders, and others as required by policy. Assists FAP Case Manager with uploading required IDC documents to the client record in accordance with applicable policies and certification standards. Ensures accuracy in non-native documents uploaded into record system to protect client privacy. Develops and maintains contact list for command and collateral IDC members to assist FAP case managers with timely notification to required personnel related to allegations of domestic abuse or child abuse/neglect. Clinical Case Staff Meeting Duties and Responsibilities Assists FAR and/or FAP Case Manager with the administrative components of the Clinical Case Staff Meeting (CCSM); prepares agenda, minutes and subsequent letters to command and clients associated with FAP recommendations. General Duties and Responsibilities Provides administrative support to the Family Advocacy Program (FAP), to include meeting preparation and administrative notification and documentation requirements. Conducts standardized record keeping and performs quality assurance in accordance with established accreditation standards for specific administrative requirements. Performs data entry for various program services database. Records comprehensive meeting minutes. Schedules the Family Advocacy Committee (FAC) quarterly meetings and sends notification to FAC members, prepares agenda and meeting space, at the direction of FAR or Clinical Supervisor. Reserves meeting space for FAP program responsibilities to include IDC, CCSM, FAC, and treatment group or class space. Assists with maintaining and organizing records of FAP trainings, Counseling Desk Guidance, and FFSP Certification Standards, in accordance with Regional and local Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Prepares resource binders, maintaining logs, minutes, appointment letters, and agendas as required, per Navy Certification Standards. Revamps forms, updates templates as appropriate/requested, and assists with creating tracking systems for data purposes for the FAP. As authorized, assists FAR with preparing monthly reports for quality assurance reviews and in response to regional and headquarters level taskers. Supports site outreach activities by maintaining resources and may accompany other FAP staff on outreach activities as appropriate. Supports FAP staff with awareness month activities, as directed. Maintains running log of office supplies and resources needed to support the FAP, in coordination with the FAR. Alerts the higher level supervisor, or proper point of contact for help when problems arise. Adheres to safety regulations and standards. Serves as mandated reporter of suspected domestic violence, suspected child abuse/neglect and child sexual abuse cases.


  • Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret Security Clearance.
  • Must meet Federal Employment suitability requirements and successful completion of background investigation. Background Investigations are conducted using fingerprint identification and completion of background inquiry forms.
  • Must successfully pass the E-Verify employment verification check. Any discrepancies must be resolved as a condition of employment.
  • Hours of duty may vary depending on mission needs and may require some evenings and weekends.


Knowledge of the operations, regulations, and guidelines of the FAP sufficient to perform the duties of the position. Knowledge of military organization, missions, life-styles, and situations, which can contribute to family stress, problems, and crisis-situations. Knowledge of state and federal laws and procedures, which govern the reporting of domestic violence, suspected child abuse/neglect and child sexual abuse. Knowledge of and skill in English grammar and usage. Knowledge of the Navy and DOD information systems used to document and account for non-medical counseling requirements and services provided. Knowledge of and skill in the use of web-based applications to facilitate completion of work assignments. Skill in the use a personal computer and a variety of software programs to facilitate work assignments. Skill in preparing reports, letters, and memoranda detailing findings and recommendations from the FAP. Skill in oral and written communication in order to prepare administrative forms and letters related to the FAP/IDC/CCSM and information to Commanders. Skill in the use of Microsoft Office Programs (e.g. Word, Excel, Point, Outlook). Ability to enter data accurately. Ability to perform concurrent tasks, set priorities, coordinate completion within required deadlines and formulate plans of action and milestones for task accomplishments.


Proof of education/training: provide a copy of your awarded/conferred college transcript(s)


  • Address NAVBASE San Diego 750 Pacific Coast Highway San Diego, CA 92132-0058 US
  • Name: Kristel Sassady
  • Email: [email protected]


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