Open Positions


Deputy Director

About the Position:
The Deputy Director (DD) will work alongside the founding Executive Director (ED), and the Policy & Resource Director, to further establish and implement additional management practices to guide ongoing staff development and grow collective program impact. This new position will help FFSJ further develop the internal capacity to maintain its current growth trajectory and sustain program excellence during periods of expansion. The DD will be responsible for building upon and leading implementation of FFSJ’s Plan for Strategic Praxis, to establish a well managed social justice organization centered on intergenerational leadership.

The DD will help oversee daily operations as the ED begins to shift more time towards external leadership functions. A key component of this position is managing and directing FFSJ’s Stockton Trauma Recovery Center.

The Stockton Trauma Recovery Center (STRC) is designed to increase access of trauma informed mental health treatment, comprehensive clinical case management and culturally relevant services for victims of violent crimes who are vulnerable and have traditionally not been adequately served. The STRC will develop a comprehensive framework and crosssystem collaboration between residents, system leaders, health care providers and city level officials that will create a strong referral system, will reduce community violence and promote the holistic, culturally-relevant treatment of trauma caused by crime. The DD will be responsible for directing and operating the Trauma Recovery Center.

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Fathers & Families Offices
Youth & Family Empowerment Center
338 E. Market Street
Stockton, CA 95202

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PO BOX 30674
Stockton, CA 95213

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