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The Intervention Specialist will engage at-risk youth in schools to identify issues, seek solutions, mediate disputes, demonstrate BARJ (Balance and Restorative Justice) methods, and best practices as alternatives to traditional disciplinary consequences and encourage educational success. The Intervention Specialist will establish and maintain rapport with Cook County Juvenile Detention Center identified students to work with them to turn from negative behaviors, gang membership, and destructive activities. The Intervention Specialist will engage youth in the home, on the streets, in-school sessions, and after-school activities, in the Cook County Juvenile Detention Center, to identify issues, seek solutions, mediate disputes, mitigate non-compliance with court mandates, and encourage education.

The Intervention Specialist reports directly to the Manager of Intervention Services.

The Intervention Specialist is responsible for the following:

1. Identifies and recruits participants for caseload and generates and maintains life plans for each participant on caseload. Collect baseline and year-end data on academic, interpersonal, and pro-social behaviors.

2. Works within the target schools, communities, and institutions to diffuse violent situations, mediate disputes among youth including rival gangs.

3. Attend IEP meetings, disciplinary hearings, court hearings, probation and teacher conferences

4. Assists participants in reenrolling in school after detention

5. Identifies and refers participants to part-time employment or internship opportunities

6. Submits statistics and reports to the Intervention Manager on a bi-weekly and monthly basis and/or as needed.

7. Operates professionally in the field on a flexible schedule, which includes late evenings and weekends.

8. Works with the school administration to maintain a healthy partnership with constant communication.

9. Works with parents and family to maintain a healthy relationship with constant communication and referral of services.

10. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Communication and relationship management

1. Represents the agency to broaden community awareness and support, interpreting the agency’s programs and services.

2. Updates caseload every week and submits information to Manager of Intervention

Services.

3. Attends departmental and agency-wide staff meetings, as scheduled, and agency-wide events,

as required.

4. Maintains knowledge current in the field including but not limited to, participation in

coursework, seminars, and workshops.

Fundraising

1. Participates in agency-wide fundraising events.

2. Encourages participant/community participation in agency-wide fundraising events.

Qualification of Intervention Specialist

1. Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Human Services, or related field

2. Minimum two years of experience working with inner-city youth in a human service setting, social service setting, or related field.

3. Must demonstrate excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.

4. Access to an automobile is required with insurance and a valid driver’s license.

5. Maintain respectful and appropriate relationships with program participants, all levels of agency staff, and the various publics of the agency, demonstrating sensitivity to all ethnic, racial, and economic backgrounds.

6. Must be willing to travel daily.

7. Must be passionate about youth development work.


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Job Title: Middle School Educational Advisor, JCYC Educational Talent Search (JCYC ETS)

Position: Full-time 40hrs/week, Non-Exempt position; some evenings & weekends

Salary: $40,000 + excellent benefits upon completion of 3 month introductory period

Funding Source: U.S. Department of Education (DOE); Continuation of position based on renewal of annual funding

Tentative Start Date: Open Until Filled

 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The JCYC ETS Program a TRiO project administered by the Department of Education (ED). The goal of the program is to serve low-income school youth, ages 11 and older who have the potential to be the first generation in their family to attend college. JCYC ETS supports middle and high school students to continue their education and graduate as well as encourages high school students and adults to enroll in 4 year institutions. ETS is a college access program of Japanese Community Youth Council (JCYC). For more information about ETS and JCYC please visit www.jcyccollegeaccess.org or www.jcyc.org.

JOB DESCRIPTION: 

The Educational Advisor will be responsible for recruitment, identification, selection and counseling of participants virtually and/or in-person at a middle school in San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) or Jefferson Elementary School District (JESD) Middle School.

 

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

Direct Service/Outreach (virtual and/or in-person):

1. Recruit, identify and select participants according to the following eligibility guidelines:

a. Students who are low-income according to the U.S. DOE income levels;

b. Students who have the potential to be first in their family to attend college;

c. Students who are interested in pursuing post-secondary education.

2. Assess and determine participants’ educational needs and academic potential;

3. Provide educational advising to encourage participants to complete secondary school and enroll in postsecondary educational programs;

4. Provide academic, career, college information and personal development to program participants through presentations and workshops;

5. Coordinate and implement virtual and/or local and long-distance field trips (i.e. college campus and cultural field trips); virtual and/or in-person career day and program activities as needed;

6. Assist participants in applying for re-admission to secondary schools;

7. Refer participants to appropriate social service and government agencies;

 

Administrative (virtual and/or in-person):

1. Manage a caseload of 200-250 students; organize required program documents and data for each student into a complete file;

2. Supervise Tutors and tutorial services provided at school site and/or virtually;

3. Assist Senior Middle School Educational Advisor in the development and implementation of tutor training and services;

4. Assist with implementation and evaluation of project activities;

5. Provide support to middle school counseling staff and collaborate on events that complement ETS program timeline. Staff participation in target school activities is subject to approval by the Associate Director. Activities must not interfere with job responsibilities.

 

Other Program Participation (virtual and/or in-person):

1. Provide assistance, support and resources for other JCYC College Access Programs and the High School ETS program;

2. Participate in ETS and/or JCYC meetings, activities, committees, conferences, retreats, etc., as appropriate;

3. Participate in advocacy initiative prioritized by JCYC;

4. Perform related duties as needed.

 

Job Qualifications

ە Bachelor’s Degree and one or more years working with youth

ە Prefer individuals with similar to target population – low-income and first in their families to attend college

ە Strong organizational and follow-through skills. Attention to detail

ە Experience with conducting presentations and activity planning

ە Effective verbal and written communication skills

ە Computer Literate; Working proficiency of MS Word and Excel; Knowledgeable of using PowerPoint, Zoom and Google Applications.

 

Desired Qualifications

ە Experience with diverse student populations

ە Bilingual preferred

ە Knowledge of community activities, resources and programs for youth in San Francisco

ە Ability to work cooperatively with secondary school faculty and community agency

personnel

 

How to Apply

Applicants MUST submit ALL of the following: 1) Cover Letter and 2) Resume.

Contact Email: applycollegeaccess AT jcyc.org

Attn: Middle School Educational Advisor Position

Please no phone calls.

 

PLEASE NOTE: Educational Talent Search, a college access program of  JCYC, actively seeks to hire and promote individuals, recruit volunteers  and provide services to individuals without regard to race, color, sex,  sexual orientation, religious creed, national origin, age, marital or  veteran status, or presence of non-job related conditions or  disabilities. All employees of the JCYC participate in a criminal  background investigation. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance  Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with  arrest and conviction records.     


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Job Title: Tutor, JCYC College Access Programs

Position: Casual, 5-19 hrs/week

Salary: $16.50 per hour

Location: Middle Schools in San Francisco (Aptos, Denman, Francisco, MLK Jr., & Roosevelt) and Daly City (Thomas R. Pollicita) *Tutor will be assigned to work at one school site, not all school sites.

Tentative Start Date: Open Until Filled

 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The JCYC College Access Programs assists low-income school youth, ages 11 and older who have the potential to be the first generation in their family to attend college. As a Tutor, you will gain valuable communication skills, contribute to your community, and have fun! We also offer trainings to support your professional development. For more information about our programs, visit www.jcyccollegeaccess.org.

 

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES (VIRTUAL AND/OR IN-PERSON):

1. Tutor middle school students at school site and/or virtually in small and/or large groups with estimated ratio of 5 to 7 students per 1Tutor;

2. Assist Middle School Educational Advisor to manage a small caseload of students with tracking their academic progress throughout the school year;

3. Assist Middle School Educational Advisor with event planning activities such as virtual and/ or local/long distance college campus and/ or cultural field trips during the school day.

 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Education: Minimum AA degree OR currently enrolled to obtain a Bachelor's degree.

2. Available to work 3-4 days a week, Monday to Thursday, between 12-6PM;

3. Demonstrate constructive communication skills (oral & written);

4. Effectively exercise compassion and positive behavior management skills;

5. Demonstrate professionalism and teamwork skills; Highly reliable;

6. Experience working with youth similar to the target population served by the program (e.g. low-income, first-generation college bound, ethnically diverse)

 

How to Apply:

Applicants MUST submit ALL of the following: 1) Cover Letter, 2) Resume, and 3) School Schedule (if applicable).

Contact Email: applycollegeaccess AT jcyc.org

Attn: Tutor Position

Please no phone calls

 

PLEASE NOTE: Japanese Community Youth Council ( JCYC) actively seek to  hire and promote individuals, recruit volunteers and provide services to  individuals without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation,  religious creed, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, or  presence of non-job related conditions or disabilities. All employees of  the JCYC participate in a criminal background investigation. Pursuant  to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.     


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Job Title: High School Educational Advisor, JCYC Educational Talent Search (JCYC ETS)

Position: Full-time 40hrs/week, Non-Exempt position; some evenings & weekends (virtual and/or in-person.)

Salary: $40,000 + excellent benefits upon completion of 3 month introductory period

Funding Source: U.S. Department of Education (ED); Continuation of position based on renewal of annual funding

Tentative Start Date: Open Until Filled

 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The JCYC ETS Program a TRiO project administered by the Department of Education (ED). The goal of the program is to serve low-income school youth, ages 11 and older who have the potential to be the first generation in their family to attend college. JCYC ETS supports middle and high school students to continue their education and graduate as well as encourages high school students and adults to enroll in 4 year institutions. ETS is a college access program of Japanese Community Youth Council (JCYC). For more information about ETS and JCYC please visit www.jcyccollegeaccess.org or www.jcyc.org.

 

JOB DESCRIPTION: The Educational Advisor will be responsible for recruitment,identification, selection and counseling of participants virtually and/or in-person at a high school in San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) or Jefferson Unified High School District (JUHSD) in Daly City.

 

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

Direct Service/Outreach (virtual and/or in-person):

1. Recruit, identify and select participants according to the following eligibility guidelines:

a. Students who are low-income according to the U.S. DOE income levels;

b. Students who have the potential to be first in their family to attend college;

c. Students who are interested in pursuing post-secondary education.

2. Assess and determine participants’ educational needs and academic potential;

3. Provide college and career counseling to individuals and groups to encourage participants

to complete secondary school and enroll in post-secondary schools;

4. Coordinate and implement virtual and/or local and long-distance field trips (i.e. college

campus and cultural field trips);

5. Assist in organizing and attend overnight trips as needed (contingent upon travel

restrictions);

6. Assist participants in applying for re-admission to secondary schools;

7. Refer participants to appropriate social service and government agencies;

8. Advocate for the participant with secondary schools for re-enrollment and retention of the

participants in the school system;

9. Advocate for admission to post-secondary schools;


  1. Advocate with financial aid resource agencies to obtain assistance for the participants;


  2. Present financial aid and college information presentations upon request;

  3. Actively recruit students for and assist in the implementation of community events.

Administrative (virtual and/or in-person):

1. Manage a caseload of 200-275 students; organize required program documents and data for each student into a complete file;

2. Assist with implementation and evaluation of project activities;

3. Provide support to high school counseling staff and collaborate on events that complement ETS program timeline. Staff participation in target school activities is subject to approval by the Associate Director. Activities must not interfere with job responsibilities.

Other Program Participation (virtual and/or in-person):

1. Provide assistance, support and resources for other JCYC College Access Programs andthe Middle School ETS program;

2. Participate in ETS and/or JCYC meetings, activities, committees, conferences, retreats, etc., as appropriate;

3. Participate in advocacy initiative prioritized by JCYC;

4. Perform related duties as needed.

Job Qualifications

ە Bachelor’s Degree and one or more years working with youth

ە Prefer individuals with similar to target population – low-income and first in their families to attend college

ە Strong organizational and follow-through skills. Attention to detail

ە Experience with conducting presentations and activity planning

ە Effective verbal and written communication skills

ە Computer Literate; Working proficiency of MS Word and Excel; Knowledgeable of using PowerPoint, Zoom and Google Applications.

 

Desired Qualifications

ە Experience with diverse student populations

ە Bilingual preferred

ە Knowledge of community activities, resources and programs for youth in San Francisco

ە Ability to work cooperatively with secondary school faculty and community agency

personnel

 

How to Apply

Applicants MUST submit ALL of the following: 1) Cover Letter and 2) Resume

Contact Email: applycollegeaccess@jcyc.org Attn: High School Educational Advisor Position. Please no phone calls.

 

PLEASE NOTE: Educational Talent Search, a college access program of  JCYC, actively seeks to hire and promote individuals, recruit volunteers  and provide services to individuals without regard to race, color, sex,  sexual orientation, religious creed, national origin, age, marital or  veteran status, or presence of non-job related conditions or disabilities. All employees of the JCYC participate in a criminal background investigation. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants  with arrest and conviction records.     


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Job Title: High School Educational Advisor, Part-time

Program: San Francisco College Access Center, a Cal-SOAP program

Location:  1596 Post Street, San Francisco, CA 94109 (Galileo HS/ Burton HS/Marshall HS)

Position: Non-Exempt position; some evenings & weekends (virtual and/or in-person.)

Salary: $18.00/hr / Tentative Start Date: ASAP

 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The San Francisco College Access Center’s (SFCAC) mission is to provide  culturally relevant, comprehensive college preparation information and  assistance. Although open to the community, SFCAC targets students who  are low income and/or first of their family to attend postsecondary  education programs. SFCAC is a Cal-SOAP project funded by the California  Student Aid Commission (CSAC), and administered by the Japanese  Community Youth Council (JCYC), a non-profit youth organization. For  more information, please visit www.jcyccollegeaccess.org or  www.jcyc.org.

 

POSITION DESCRIPTION

SFCAC is a Cal-SOAP project administered by the California Student Aid  Commission (CSAC). The Educational Advisor will be responsible for  recruitment, identification, selection and counseling of participants  virtually and/or in-person at a school in San Francisco Unified School  District (SFUSD) or Jefferson Unified High School District (JUHSD) in  Daly City.  These participants will fulfill the eligibility criteria as  set by CSAC for all Cal-SOAP Projects.

 

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

Direct Service/Outreach (virtual and/or in-person):

To identify, recruit & select eligible participants who are: 1)  low-income as defined by Cal-Grant income levels; and/or 2) who have the  potential to be first in their family to attend college;

Assess and determine participants’ educational needs and academic potential;

Conduct college (e.g. College 101) and financial aid presentations (e.g. FAFSA, Cal-Grants);

Provide college and financial aid advising to encourage participants to  complete high school, and enroll in post-secondary colleges;

Assist participants to complete college and financial aid applications;

Coordinate and implement virtual and/or local and long-distance field trips (i.e. college campus and cultural field trips);

Provide SAT/ACT test prep workshops in coordination with consultants;

Assist participants in applying for re-admission to secondary schools, when applicable

Advocate for admission to post-secondary schools; and

Refer participants to appropriate social service and government agencies.

 

Administrative(virtual and/or in-person):

Manage a caseload of 75 - 100 SFCAC participants (providing at least 3 services for each participant);

Collect required program documents (e.g. intake, sign-in sheets) and/or  school forms to organize complete individual participant files;

Compile student demographic and related data to track completion of  program activities to ensure that SFCAC annual grant objectives will be  met for each program year;

Assist with implementation and evaluation of project activities;

Provide support to target high school counseling staff and/or assist  with events that complement SFCAC program timeline. Staff participation  in target school activities is subject to approval by Associate Director  to minimize interference with SFCAC job responsibilities.

 

Other Program Participation (virtual and/or in-person):

Assist and support other JCYC College Access Programs' (e.g. TRIO) staff at shared target high schools;

Participate in JCYC College Access Programs' school wide events (e.g.  Cash for College, Middle School Career Days, Summer Programs) to promote  intra-collaboration and teamwork;

Participate in agency and department meetings, activities, committees, events, etc., as appropriate;

Perform related duties as needed.

 

Job Qualifications

Enrolled in college, AND a current recipient of financial aid (i.e., Pell Grant, Cal Grant, or Loans).

Minimum 1 year experience working with youth.

Effective communication (verbal & written) and strong organizational skills; Detail-oriented.

Experience with conducting presentations and event planning.

Computer Literate; Working proficiency of MS Word, Excel, and other presentation tools.

 

Desired Qualifications

Experience with diverse student populations.

Individuals with similar background to target population, low-income and first in their families to attend college.

Bilingual preferred (Cantonese, Spanish, Vietnamese, Tagalog).

Ability to work cooperatively with secondary school faculty and community agency personnel.

Knowledge of community resources and programs for youth in San Francisco and/or Daly City.

 

HOW TO APPLY:     

Applicants MUST submit ALL of the following: 1) Cover Letter and 2)  Resume to applycollegeaccess AT jcyc.org Attn: SFCAC HS Educational  Advisor Position (PTE). Please no phone calls.

 

PLEASE NOTE: San Francisco College Access Center, a college access  program of JCYC, actively seek to hire and promote individuals, recruit  volunteers and provide services to individuals without regard to race,  color, sex, sexual orientation, religious creed, national origin, age,  marital or veteran status, or presence of non-job related conditions or  disabilities. All employees of the JCYC participate in a criminal  background investigation. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance  Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with  arrest and conviction records 


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 TITLE: Employment Coordinator

LOCATION:  2012 PINE STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94115

POSITION:  Full-time (40 hours per week), non-exempt

TENTATIVE START DATE: AUGUST 16, 2020/ SEPTEMBER 1, 2020

 

Do you believe that a young person’s first job is more than a paycheck  and is actually a significant milestone on the path toward adulthood and  most importantly an opportunity to explore? If you are excited by the  prospect of impacting the lives of youth through a workforce program we  would like to meet you.  

San Francisco YouthWorks (SFYW) is a unique high school internship  program that includes both a school-year and summer strategy and is  designed to develop youth job readiness and build awareness of careers  in public service. Youth participants are placed in paid internships  under the supervision of a career mentor from one of over 30 San  Francisco city government departments. This work experience opportunity  is supplemented by a variety of job readiness and career exploration  activities to support youth development. For more information about JCYC  and SFYW, go to www.sfyouthworks.org.

 

San Francisco YouthWorks is one of several JCYC Youth Workforce  programs—including MYEEP, Project Pull, and SF STEM Academy—which  provides a continuum of employment opportunities and experiences to over  2000 young people annually. JCYC is a leading San Francisco nonprofit  organization that cultivates the hopes, dreams, and aspirations of young  people so that each can bring them to life.

Position Summary:

Under the supervision of the SFYW Associate Director, the Employment  Coordinator (EC) is one of five team members that manage a school-year  and summer cohort of youth and their career mentors. The EC is  responsible for overseeing and delivering the program experience to  their cohort from start to finish and will offer ongoing support to both  interns and mentors. Additionally, the EC will participate in program  planning, serving as the lead person of a least one core program  activity, which include but are not limited to intern recruitment, youth  leadership, mentor training, communications, or curriculum development.  

 

Ideal candidates are values driven and interested in supporting the  development of youth that have barriers to employment. They are  comfortable working in diverse and dynamic environments where the  ability to work in teams and independently is essential. They have  previous experience working with high school-aged youth, and are adept  at forming productive relationships with youth and adults. They are  detail-orientated and able to manage multiple tasks in a fast-paced  environment. The candidate should be able to maintain a sense of humor,  be flexible, and is self-aware. They also have a demonstrated history of  effective and professional use of stand-alone and cloud based software.

 

Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

• Recruit and manage cohorts of high school interns and career mentors;

• Assess and match youth participants with career mentors in city government internships;

• Monitor and support youth and mentors throughout the internship;

• Process biweekly payroll for youth using Automatic Data Processing (ADP);

• Project management of lead roles, delegating as needed and working closely with other members of the SF YouthWorks team;

• Facilitate pre-employment, career development, career exploration and goal-setting workshops for youth;

• Lead at least one core program activity (i.e. curriculum development, event planning, social media outreach, etc.)

• Participate in scheduled mandatory weekend and evening events (i.e. outreach / recruitment, interviewing and fundraising);

• Support program specific civic engagement activities to ensure  participants understand the importance of participating in the  democratic process;

• Participate in advocacy initiatives prioritized by JCYC.

 

Qualifications:

• BA/BS from accredited college or four years of related experience  (i.e. Psychology, Child Development, Communications and Human  Resources).

• At least 1 year experience working with diverse youth from a range of backgrounds and circumstances

• Knowledge of San Francisco's neighborhoods (position requires travel around San Francisco)

• Excellent verbal and written communication skills with both youth and adults

• Knowledge of and commitment to youth development principles and practice

• Ability to work effectively in a team setting with or without supervision

• Strong time management and organizational skills

• Proficient in Microsoft Office and Google G Suite

• Facilitation experience

 

How to Apply:

 

No phone calls or visits please! Email resume and cover letter to workforce_positions AT jcyc.org

 

PLEASE NOTE: San Francisco YouthWorks, a youth workforce program of  JCYC, actively seeks to hire and promote individuals, recruit volunteers  and provide services to individuals without regard to race, color, sex,  sexual orientation, religious creed, national origin, age, marital or  veteran status, or presence of non-job related conditions or  disabilities. All employees of the JCYC participate in a criminal  background investigation. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance  Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with  arrest and conviction records. 


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Job Description


Are you passionate about serving youth?


Rawhide is seeking individuals to influence and mentor teenage boys who are struggling.


Our current opening is for the Resident Youth Care Worker (RYCW) role, which is a live-in position (housing is provided). You will be working with a skilled team of youth care workers, led by the Living Unit Supervisor who will assist in the leadership of the home and provide you guidance as you develop your skills in working with at-risk youth. Not only do you portray a family model to our boys, you become part of the staff team family. 


Our boys desperately need men and women to stand in the gap and teach them how to follow the right path. Regular opportunities arise to teach the boys social skills as well as basic life skills. The successful resident youth care worker assists in the planning of outdoor/indoor activities, engages interactively with the youth, while also assisting in the spiritual development of the Rawhide youth.


The resident youth care worker role can be an excellent springboard into various careers at Rawhide. Many of our current staff started as a RYCW and are now Professional Youth Care Workers, Youth Home Managers, Living Unit Supervisors, HR Directors, Academic Instructors, and Job Trainers.


***Full-time, full-benefits, free on-campus housing, medical insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, life insurance, 401k (6% employer contribution), paid time off, volunteer time off, on-site weight room, on-site cafeteria, access to on-site health coach***


Required Qualifications:



  • Bachelor’s degree or willingness to complete training through Rawhide’s learning management system

  • Alignment with Rawhide's mission, vision, and values as a Christian agency

  • Ability to relate to an aggressive teen who has been in trouble with the law

  • Assertive, self-confident, and sensitive in working with teens and staff

  • Ability to work under authority of Living Unit Supervisor

  • Organized and dependable


  • Administrative/documentation skills

  • Possess a valid driver's license, without restrictions (except for glasses) and have a good driving record

  • Demonstrate spiritual, social, emotional, and intellectual maturity

  • Must be at least 21 years old


Preferred Qualifications:


  • Experience working with youth in leadership capacity

Company Description

Rawhide is a non-profit that serves the Wisconsin community through residential care, therapy, outpatient treatment, foster care, and counseling. Form more information, visit us at www.rawhide.org.


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Job Description


 


MENTAL HEALTH WORKER - BILINGUAL YOUTH PARTNER


Do you have a passion for making a difference in the lives of families? If so, we would love to have you as part of the SCCS Wraparound team!


As a Mental Health Worker - Youth Partner, you will be providing consistent and reinforcing support to a parent or guardian and Family Team to promote a successful home placement for the referred youth by utilization of the family’s natural and community resources. Our wraparound services program includes a full range of services designed to provide the necessary support to both the child and their family. You would act as part of a team who collaboratively develops an individualized plan of care, implements this plan and evaluates success over time.


What you will do:



  • Develop a one-on-one relationship with Participant by providing support, guidance and concrete assistance, focusing on the needs of the Participant. Youth Partner shall function as both a positive role model and advocate for the Participant in his/her family system and community.

  • Extend assistance to Participant’s minor sibling(s) and other child(ren) in home, as determined by Family Team.

  • Provide services in the Participant’s residence, in the local school, community setting or alternate site as authorized by County.

  • Be available by cell phone to provide support and crisis de-escalation to Participant or NMD twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) seven days a week, including holidays, through an on-call system after normal direct service hours

  • Work with Participant and Participant’s parent(s)/caregiver(s) to identify educational, social and recreational opportunities in the local community which meet Participant’s needs and help the Participant take part in said opportunities. These opportunities must be positive pro-social activities and interventions that build self-esteem, social skills, and peer relationships.

  • Assist with employment or job search and/or other self-sufficiency and independent living skills as applicable; and coach the Participant to become confident and proficient in said activities and/or independent living skills.

  • Teach, model and reinforce social skills required for the development of ongoing relationships within the Participant’s family and community, i.e., peers, friends, and other natural supports.

  • Provide a consistent, supportive environment in which the Participant can learn and practice pro-social behaviors, problem solving, and coping skills, and/or other independent and transitional living skills as appropriate.


For more than 30 years, SCCS has provided care, counseling, coaching and essential mental health services for children, teen, young adults and their families. As specialists in the field of mental health, SCCS employees possess diverse professional skills equipping us as a team to treat each client’s unique needs.


Looking to make a difference…please apply!



  • Bachelor’s Degree in human services or a related field from an accredited college or university.

  • One (1) year of experience working with target population.

  • Experience working with Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care (MTFC) model is desirable.

  • Experience working with youth and/or Non-Minor Dependent (NMD) in an employment or volunteer capacity is desirable.

  • Experience supporting youth in his/her personal development through regular interactions, leading to a supportive, trusting relationship in which the youth relies on the Youth Partner’s guidance to gain skills, perspective and experience.

  • Bilingual Vietnamese required.

  • Valid CA driver’s license and proof of automobile insurance.

  • Completion of CPR/First Aid/ProACT certification within the first thirty (30) days of employment.


Please apply at https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=8584&clientkey=98B9C53096E257504087145C46120BA5


Job Type: Full-time


Salary: $20.00 to $21.00 /hour


Company Description

Founded in 1984, South Coast Community Services (SCCS) set out to take a leadership role in filling a critical hole in the safety net of our communities. SCCS saw a significant and under-met need to provide shelter, care, therapy and essential support services for those who are too often left behind: abused, neglected and underprivileged children and youth. Over the intervening 30+ years, SCCS has grown and expanded to provide a wide variety of services in homes, in clinics, and in community settings to people in all walks of life who "sometimes need a little help".

​​SCCS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For general information or questions on how to apply, please call us at 877-527-7227.


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Job Description


Job Title


Youth Care Worker


Department


Reports To


FLSA Status


Prepared By


Approved By


Last Modified


Residential Services


House Manager


N/A


Executive Director


Board of Directors


2017-03-27


Job Summary


  • These positions participate in the development and coordination of Marie's House of Hope, Inc. programs working primarily with residents. The position is responsible for training and teaching independent living skills. Assists in providing self-care training and therapeutic treatments to residents of Marie's House of Hope, Inc..

General Accountabilities



  • Ensure the health, safety, comfort and welfare of each individual in their care.

  • Assist individuals with their daily tasks as necessary.

  • Assist in bathing, toileting, dressing, and other personal cares as needed.

  • Assist in proper lifting and transferring of individuals as needed.

  • Provide training and assistance to individuals in daily living skills.

  • Pass medications.

  • Document in appropriate books.

  • Transport individuals as necessary.

  • Cleaning or assisting individuals in cleaning.

  • Prepare well balanced meals within the guidelines of the individual's requirements or special diets.

  • Ensure laundry is clean, assist or wash as required with each individual.

  • Take individuals into the community.

  • Assist with money management. Account for individual's cash that is under Provide Care, Inc control.

  • Implement individual's program plan.

  • Ensure the dignity and respect of each individual is maintained.

  • Attend all staff meetings and training sessions.

  • Maintain confidentiality of all individual's records.

  • Must Have own transportation

  • The company reserves the right to add or change duties at any time.

  • This home serves individuals with mental health needs and developmental disabilities. Job duties include assisting with daily living skills, daily cares, housekeeping, medical appointments and budgeting. There is a potential for behaviors including verbal/physical aggression, property destruction and self-injurious behaviors. Population Male & Female


Job Qualifications



  • Education: High school diploma or equivalent

  • Experience: Appropriate certifications and/or licensures with some previous work-related experience


Skills



  • Excellent verbal and written communication

  • Social perceptiveness

  • Service orientation

  • Monitoring

  • Speaking

  • Active listening


Work Environment


 



  • May be exposed to infectiouse disease and/or physical aggression from residents

  • Majority of work will be in a home environment

  • May be exposed to stressful situations

  • Some auto travel


Company Description

Marie’s House of Hope Inc. is an educational group home in Dayton, Ohio offering care, guidance and supervision to children ages 7–21 who were placed in the public foster care system, but are unable to live with a family. They need to learn transitional living skills for successful emancipation.


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Come and be a part of a fast paced team with a great mission in the West Valley!


Group Home Staff / Behavioral Health Technicians:


The group home staff's main responsibility is to provide support and care for the children living in the group home and to maintain a safe environment within the group home. These duties may include, but are not limited to: meal preparation, light house work, and transporting to various appointments and activities.


 


Essential Functions:



  • As applicable; assist, teach, coach, and mentor individuals in skills of daily living to include but is not limited to: housekeeping, personal hygiene and grooming, budgeting, shopping, community activities, and community resources;

  • Implement process of behavior management/crisis intervention when needed

  • Observes behavior patterns of clients in order to detect signs of depression, anger, and/or other emotional and situational problems/issues and initiates proper program behavior management and intervention techniques

  • As applicable; assist in the planning and preparation of menus consisting of well-balanced meals and meeting applicable diet needs as required;

  • Demonstrate the ability to adhere to agency policies, licensure.

  • Preparation of paperwork/documentation including: incident reports, medication logs, quality control checklist, etc.; Intermediate computer skills including the ability to input all required data;

  • All other job duties as assigned;


 


Benefits


Health, Dental and Vision policies available at 3 months.


Paid Time Off


 


Requirements


Must be at least 21 years of age.
Must have Diploma/GED.
Must possess a valid driver's license, with no more than 2 violations within 5 years and no suspensions
Must have a level one Fingerprint Clearance Card.
Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Must have at least 1 year of experience working with children in either a group home or related setting. (CNA or Care Giving License alone does not meet this requirement.)


Must pass mandatory drug screen and background check.


Company Description

Sunshine Residential Homes provides clean, safe, and structured homes for children in Arizona who are victims of abuse, abandonment, and neglect. Since 1996 Sunshine Residential Homes has offered shelter, safety, health, love and healing to over 25,000 children in Arizona in need of emergency out of home placement. We are committed to helping the children in our care to reach their greatest potential by providing educational, medical, social, emotional, spiritual and recreational enrichment opportunities.


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BHT - Youth Care Worker


**AZ Fingerprint Clearance Card Required for Consideration**


**Driver’s License Required for Consideration**


**Help us care for our youth and be a positive influence**


***Hiring immediately. Please read position requirements prior to applying. Drug screen required***


Available shifts include:


Peoria -


  • Sun-Sat- 2:00pm or 4:00pm - 10:00pm, must have open availability and be flexible for weekdays/weekends

Group Home for DCS male youth, 11-18, in Peoria, AZ is seeking experienced BHT's/Youth Care Workers to assist in the care of our youth and homes.



  • Daily progress reports and maintenance of youth files

  • Transportation as needed

  • Daily upkeep of the home, i.e., cooking, cleaning, etc

  • Responsibilities necessary to comply with DCS licensing and policies.


He/She will contribute their experience and life skills to make the houses a "home" for the male youth (11-18) residing in the home. Requirements necessary upon hire:



  • Minimum 21 years old

  • Flexibility for emergencies/Weekends as needed

  • AZ Fingerprint Clearance Card

  • Successful background check and drug screen

  • Physical exam including a negative TB test

  • AZ 39-month motor vehicle history

  • Food Handler's Card

  • CPR/First Aid certified

  • CPI training


On-Call/PT, Salary $13-$14 DOE


 



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Help us change lives daily!


A New Leaf’s West Valley After School Program provides programming to children and teens aged 6-17 who qualify for services. Qualification requires a child to be AHCCCS eligible, enrolled in the Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care (MMIC) system and to be referred through their Child and Family Team (CFT). A New Leaf's After School Program is a Title XIX funded service. This program uses a strengths-based model, enrolled clients engage in structured activities to promote progress toward identified service goals.


We're looking for motivated Youth Care Workers, ages 18 and up, to join our team!


Pay Rate: $13.00/hour


Schedule: 4 shifts a week - Mon-Fri, 2:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.


Location: Glendale, AZ


Major areas of responsibility (including but not limited to):



  • Engage in family centered, strength-based treatment planning and coordination and report client needs to Child and Family Team and serves as a positive role model/mentor for the client.

  • Maintain accurate, through and current documentation of contact with clients/families. Document (verbal/written) and submit significant paperwork such as progress notes, daily activities, varied incident reports, etc., as required by program and submit appropriately

  • Develop and maintain therapeutic relationships with clients and significant support systems.

  • Provide information, education and guidance to clients and support system members, advocacy and coordination of care.

  • Accompany clients to approved activities, model appropriate behaviors, serve as positive role model/mentor for the clients and provides minimal tutoring/help with homework.

  • Utilize Positive Behavioral Support methodology when planning/participating in the activities to support child/family specific treatment goals.

  • Follow prescribed treatment plans for children and show concern and caring for children in trouble.

  • Receive Clinical Oversight as required by state law and A New Leaf policy and procedures.


Minimum Requirements/Qualifications/Skills:



  • Due to state licensing requirements, applicants must be a minimum of 18 years of age.

  • High school diploma or GED, Associates Degree or Bachelor’s Degree preferred.

  • 6 weeks of behavioral health experience or 2 college courses that are behavioral health related, required. Personal experience qualifies.

  • Possess a valid driver’s license with reliable transportation.

  • Current auto liability insurance and a clean 39-month motor vehicle record.

  • Class One Fingerprint Clearance Card or be able to pass various background checks in order to obtain one.

  • Proficiency with personal computers and applicable software programs.

  • Have the skills necessary to engage and work with others.

  • Demonstrate and provide strong communications skills both verbally and in writing.

  • Be committed to teamwork and have the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.


Important Notes:


PLEASE NOTE: Only those candidates with the experience and qualifications that correspond to our requirements may be contacted by a member of our hiring department.


Please wait to hear from us; do not call the Human Resources Department to check on the status of your application. No Third Party or Temp Agencies.


We appreciate your interest in our organization. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, religion, color, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status.


A New Leaf is an at-will employer. Any offer of employment with A New Leaf is contingent upon a successful consumer report to include verification of driving records, employment, education, and criminal background search.


A New Leaf is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and participates in the E-Verify program. A New Leaf participa en el program de E-Verify. Equal Opportunity Employer.


All of our employees enjoy the following benefits: Direct deposit, Competitive pay, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Annual Team member Appreciation Event, informal, yet professional team environment.


Company Description

About Working With Us:
A New Leaf is committed to the vitality of its employees, partners, stakeholders, and supporters - the people whose dedication strengthens the community every day. Core values form the basis for our day-to-day work and the relationships that fortify our mission of “Helping Families...Changing Lives.”

These values are what support the vision, shape the culture, and reflect what A New Leaf champions. They are the essence of our identity – the principles, beliefs, and philosophy behind and supporting every employee and volunteer. They form the internal consistency as our external world changes.

We welcome you to learn about these values listed below, and we convey our deepest appreciation for your support of A New Leaf.

*Clarity of Purpose *Passion for Results *Compassion *Integrity *Excellence


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 Dimondale Adolescent Care Facility (Adolescents ages 12-18)


Under the direction of the Administrator and/or Facility Manager, the childcare counselor performs the following functions.



  • Provide general supervision of residents in accordance with the policies of the facility.

  • Maintain basic disciplinary and behavioral control of the residents, observing them closely and regularly to detect any potentially problematic behavior.

  • Stimulate the residents’ interest in various activities and programs provided by the facility and supervise their participation in those activities.

  • Attempt to ease the adjustment of each resident to placement at the facility by means of personal contact and counseling techniques.

  • Assign and supervise the residents in various daily maintenance tasks expected of them i.e., cleaning room, making beds, dusting furniture, mopping floors, assisting in mealtime setup and cleanup procedures. As assigned, eat with the residents, supervising general mealtime behavior and manners.

  • Encourage and supervise the proper performance of residents’ daily personal hygiene tasks. Administer first aid as required, and administer medication as permitted by the policies of the facility.

  • Note daily activities, safety and security checks, and unusual or problematic behaviors on the part of the residents.

  • Assist in lights out procedures at night, as well as in other security, maintenance and/or safety measure deemed necessary.

  • Assess residents clothing needs and personal hygiene supplies write reports.

  • Participate in group sessions employing the treatment model of the facility, and work with the assigned Social Workers with specific treatment plans for each resident.

  • Transport residents to appointments medical, dental, school or community group outings and designated locations.

  • Ensure that each resident is properly prepared and arrives at school on time.

  • Supervise each residents return from school.

  • Attend staff training sessions as required and as scheduled.


Direct Care Workers must meet ONEof the following requirements prior to hiring:


1. Have previously been employed as a child care worker/ direct care worker at a group home for at least one year.


2. Have a Bachelor of Arts or Sciences Degree;


3. Have a valid Child Development Teaching Permit;


4. Have completed 12 semester units of Early Childhood Education, Adolescent Development, or Foster and Kinship Care Education and have 100 hours of experience working with youth;


5. Have a valid Alcohol Counselor, Drug Counselor or Alcohol and Drug Counselor Certificate and have 100 hours of experience working with youth;


6*Have a valid Vocational Training Certificate, Credential or documentation stating the individual is a trade journey person and instructs vocational skills to children and have 100 hours of experience working with youth.


Direct Care Worker must possess or obtain a valid California Drivers License.


Requirements Overview:


MUST BE 21+ ( no exceptions)


  • High School Diploma with at least 1 year of DIRECTGroup Home experience

or


  • Bachelors Degree and above (experience preferred) MUST HAVE A PHYSICAL DEGREE and/or TRANSCRIPTS

Must be able to pass a criminal record clearance and child abuse index clearance



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Residential Care Worker who has experience working in a Group Home Setting. Position involves working with male youth between the age of 9 years old to 17+.


Provides supervision, behavioral management, transportation, monitoring the intake of medication, recreational activities, appointments, and some basic cooking (some shifts). Independent Living Skills Training is a component for one of our homes: Teaching cooking, menu planning, budgeting, and overall life skills.


Applicant must be able to obtain a Level 1 DPS fingerprint clearance card; Good driving record, CPR, and CPI certification.


Have a minimum of a high school diploma or a GED


Six to 12 months of experience working with youth


Familiarity with the DCS system and be able to pass a background check


Company Description

Achieving Better Coping Skills is a State of Arizona Licensed Congregate Care Facility for males. The homes are located in the Mesa and Tempe areas. Looking for coverage for 3 pm to 10 pm shifts Monday through Friday; Saturday and Sunday 9 am to 9 pm.


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Youth Counselor - Therapeutic Staff Support (TSS)
US Medical Staffing, Inc. is a Behavioral and Mental Health Staffing agency with clients throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania who provide BHRS services for children, adolescents and their families. We are actively recruiting for Therapeutic Staff Support (TSS)



The TSS will provide 1 to 1 behavioral health interventions to a child or adolescent with a serious emotional disturbance or Autism related disorder, in support of the child’s family or responsible adults, in order to prevent more restrictive services or out of home placement.


Roles and Responsibilities:
• Implements interventions outlined in the individualized treatment plan
• Intervenes as needed when behavior problems are exhibited by the client
• Provides support and modeling techniques to parents/guardians/teachers
• Provides positive reinforcement to the client
• Implements consequences
• Completes necessary paperwork as required


TSS/BHW Requirements:
• Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services/Behavioral Health Field ((Psychology, Sociology, Criminal Justice, etc.) - experience working with children/adolescents highly preferred


OR an Associate’s Degree (minimum 60 college credits) with 3 full years of experience working with children
• Specific Trainings (cannot be older than 1 year) – Topics need to satisfy CBH requirement. *We have self-studies for you to complete if you do not have these*


Additional Requirements:
• PA Criminal History – https://epatch.state.pa.us/Home.jsp
• PA Child Abuse – http://www.dhs.state.pa.us/cs/groups/webcontent/documents/form/s_001762.pdf
• FBI – https://www.pa.cogentid.com/index.htm
• First Aid card (must be current)
• CPR card (must be current)
• Physical (within 1 year)
• TB test results (TB within 1 year or chest xray within 2 years)


Company Description

US Medical staffing is a full service medical and behavioral health staffing company. We provide medical, behavioral and allied healthcare personnel. Our goal is to establish a professional relationship with every healthcare facility that values high standards in quality, service and price. Our mission is to be a strong staffing resource for healthcare facilities while assisting skilled and dependable healthcare providers in making a positive contribution to the workplace.


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New Outlook Academy, a residential school for at risk youth, is seeking confident individuals who possess a strong desire and the ability to make a difference in the lives of our young women for Youth Care Worker (overnight) positions. Youth Care Workers are responsible for building security, student welfare, and counseling. Candidates must demonstrate the ability to manage behavior and serve as a positive role model while making a difference in a child's life.

The hours for this position are 10:30pm-8:30am 4 nights/week (3 days off).

Benefits:

Our comprehensive compensation and benefits package for full-time employees includes:



Highmark Medical & Prescription Coverage
Ameritas Dental & Vision Coverage
Life and Long-Term Disability Insurance
401k

Paid Vacation and Sick Benefits

Complimentary Meals and Parking


 


Job Requirements:


An Associate's Degree is recommended, but not required.


In addition, individuals with athletic, military, and/or industrial trade backgrounds will be strongly considered, as well as certified Emergency Medical Technicians.


Child Abuse, Criminal History, FBI, driver's license and medical clearances are required upon employment.


Company Description

The Academy Schools is a proud network of award-winning schools for court-adjudicated youth. Established in Western Pennsylvania and managed by leaders and innovators in the field of juvenile justice, these schools are both community-based and residential, serving both local and out-of-state students.


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The United Methodist Home for Children, a Board of Child Care program is seeking a Youth Care Worker for 2nd or 3rd Shift.


Essential Functions:



  • Interact with residents/students in a developmentally appropriate manner while also demonstrating knowledge of trauma informed care practices.

  • Ensures that the student to teaching staff ratio is adequate and consistent with federal, state and agency regulations.

  • Contributes to the prevention and management of challenging behaviors by implementing the school-wide behavior management system.

  • Assists with residential functions such as helping residents complete the morning routine and transitioning residents/students to and from destinations by before, during and after the school day.

  • Participate as needed in classroom instruction, activities and routines, under the direction of designated teaching personnel.

  • Assure that established routines are followed, for example: supervising meals and participating in recreational and physical education activities.

  • Maintain a high standard of cleanliness and order in the living unit/classroom.

  • Participate in treatment process for assigned youth.

  • Encourage youth in their academic pursuits, providing individualized support based on the needs of the youth.

  • Maintain a log/utilize incident report process.

  • Assure that administrative and/or departmental expectations are met.

  • Ensure the completion of required assessments and data reporting in compliance with federal, state and agency regulations.

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the value of cultural diversity, including the ability to develop systems and practices that are inclusive of diverse staff members and responsive to the cultural needs of the client population served.

  • Work with adolescents with cultural and social differences

  • Work effectively as a member of a team.

  • Demonstrate knowledge of basic principles of child care and education.

  • Establish relationships with children and adolescents on a group and individual basis, gaining their trust & confidence.


Position Type/Expected Hours of Work:


This is a full-time position. Not eligible for flex schedule. Essential during inclement weather.


Required Education and Experience


  • High School diploma

 


Company Description

The Board of Child Care is a therapeutic, residential facility providing services to adolescents ages 12-22 and their families.


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POSITION SUMMARY:


The primary responsibilities of a Coach Counselor are to provide safety and around-the-clock supervision of at-risk youth. Coach Counselors provide for the physical, personal and health needs of each student through individual counseling and behavioral/social/physical and educational skill development. Coach Counselor’s provide an atmosphere that is supportive of the needs of the students; monitor and document student behaviors and activities; and participate and assist with educational, social, athletic and recreational activities. Coach Counselors work in collaboration with other professional staff to establish and/or meet the goals of each student’s treatment plan. Reports to Unit Manager however operational supervision may be provided by a Senior Coach Counselor. Pay rate can increase based on experience and degree.


Schedule is 1:30pm-10pm on Wednesdays and 7am-10pm Thurs/Fri/Sat. 46 hour work week, with guaranteed overtime. Compensation will increase with relevant experience and degree.


 


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:



  1. Adheres to the facility and daily schedule, ensures that the facility (unit, cottage, house, room, dorm, etc.) is on time for all elements and the students participate in all of the scheduled activities.

  2. Completes daily assignments as specified by the Senior Coach Counselor, Group Leader or higher authority, including duties of a Night Coach Counselor.

  3. Ensures that program rules, norms, policies etc. are enforced and that the program is operated within all program requirements and regulatory guidelines.

  4. Conducts physical count of students within the assigned living area and/or assignment and records the count on the student check sheet as required by site operations (every 5, 10, 15, etc. minutes).

  5. Follows suicide prevention monitoring as directed.

  6. Enters student information in the database in accordance with the position security level and operating procedures, if applicable. (Colorado facilities)

  7. Ensures there is adequate Group Living staff coverage before leaving shift.

  8. Completes daily assignments as specified by the Senior Coach, Group Leader and/or higher authority. Promotes a sense of community by teaching and modeling cooperation, respect, and responsibility in the group living environment; encouraging participants to interact with one another and creating opportunities for them to do so.

  9. Observes behavior patterns of students in order to detect signs of depression, anger, and/or other emotional and situational problems/issues and initiates proper program behavior management and intervention techniques.

  10. Encourages and supports the students’ academic, vocation, athletic and treatment participation.

  11. Facilitates problem solving through active listening, guidance, and conflict mediation with staff and students.

  12. Personally provides consistent interactive supervision of the students (know where they are and what they are doing at all times) is provided in usual, unusual and non-standard situations in various program elements such as:

  13. Living environment,

  14. Positive Skill Development Groups,

  15. School environment,

  16. Community service,

  17. Sporting programs,

  18. Extra-curricular activities,

  19. Student work programs,

  20. Student internships.

  21. Maintains thorough and accurate records, files, correspondence and statistics; completes necessary documentation (both hand-written and computer-based data entry) in a timely, accurate, complete and legible manner. May include, but not limited to: notations in the shelter log, bed roster, incident reports, late arrivals, sign-in sheets, showers and laundry schedules, bed check logs and any other forms used or as directed by the supervisor and site requirements.

  22. Resolves problems and mediates conflicts involving students encountered during assigned shift operations, determines appropriate solutions and/or seeks out assistance from other staff and higher authority.

  23. Communicates and applies policies, licensing requirements, and program elements to students. Reports problem areas, disciplinary action, behavior problems, safety violations etc. to supervisor, Senior Coach Counselor, Group Leader or higher authority.

  24. Observes and appropriately responds personally to incidents such as assaults on staff and/or students, run-away attempts, program disturbances, emergencies or other situations threatening the safety, health and/or welfare of the facility, community, students and/or operations.

  25. Performs proper safe physical management techniques when situations require and completes reporting procedures and documentation.

  26. Provides conflict de-escalation and mediation involving students, as needed.

  27. Ensures facility (unit, cottage, house, room, etc.) maintenance, safety and cleanliness meet health, and safety codes.

  28. Ensures compliance with standards and security safeguards such as room checks; suicide watch protocols, Prison Rape Elimination Act Policies and Procedures, removal of dangerous items and student count responsibilities.

  29. Acts as a positive role model: guiding students and facilitating appropriate behavior about daily living skills, self-care, personal interaction, social relationships and constructive time management.

  30. Personally responsible to maintain appropriate professional boundaries with students and staff; responds to students and staff in a professional and courteous manner; observes and adheres to confidentiality standards.

  31. Follows all policies and procedures regarding attendance, including punctuality and notification.

  32. Maintains and promotes the cooperative, harmonious, teamwork environment ROP strives to promote within the workplace; maintains and promotes an atmosphere of dignity and respect in line with the philosophy and policies of Rite of Passage.

  33. Encouraged to participate in at least 50% of the daily physical activities required of the students.

  34. Ensures the highest standards are maintained to prevent illegal, unethical, or improper conduct and to ensure the program remains in compliance with agency licensing and Rite of Passage policies and procedures.

  35. Assists with the correction of deficiencies and quality improvement efforts.

  36. Attends and participates in all required meetings.

  37. Commits to attending all training and staff development classes in order to ensure sufficient hours of training on an annual basis. Notifies supervisor if annual training hours are deficient.

  38. Other duties as assigned, verbally or in written form.


 


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:



  1. Possess a high school diploma or equivalent.

  2. Must be at least 21 years of age.

  3. Must meet all state licensing requirements as required by specific site

  4. If required to operate a company vehicle during the course of employment, must meet the requirements to be an eligible ROP driver. Must possess a current State Driver’s License and have an acceptable driving record for the past three (3) years.

  5. Ability to pass a criminal background clearance check, drug screen, physical and TB test.

  6. Ability to utilize resources available to complete assigned projects.

  7. Ability to prepare written reports and correspondence.

  8. Ability to understand and follow verbal and written instructions.

  9. Ability to effectively communicate, verbally and in writing.

  10. Able to work in excess of 40 hours per week with the possibility of a varied schedule.

  11. Must be able to maintain a high level of confidentiality.

  12. Must have excellent organization and time management skills.

  13. Ability to build and maintain positive internal and external relationships.

  14. Ability to provide exemplary customer service to all employees and outside constituents.

  15. Ability to function independently and as a member of a team in a multi-task environment.

  16. Must be flexible and able to handle multiple priorities, with the ability to adjust to high pressure and rapidly changing business conditions.

  17. Proficient in the use of computers and associated software.


Company Description

For 35 years, Rite of Passage has been a leading national provider of programs and opportunities for troubled and at-risk youth from social services, welfare agencies and juvenile courts. We have developed and operated a continuum of programs based on the needs of youth and our placing agencies. With an emphasis on evidence-based practices and positive skill development, combined with our supportive and therapeutic approach, our organization is respected by industry experts as a highly effective solution for our youth. Since 1984, over 25,000 youths have entered and completed our programs. Rite of Passage has built its reputation on running life-changing educational treatment programs that positively contribute to the community.

Our employees are dedicated, passionate individuals that are committed to inspiring positive change in the lives of youth. Becoming a member of the Rite of Passage team is more than just a job, it’s an opportunity to build a meaningful career with a company driven by its powerful mission to make a difference.


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The Charlton School is a small, clinically focused, therapeutic residential and day NYS approved 853 school for students in grades 8-12. The Charlton School mission centers around helping students become emotionally healthy, socially well-adjusted individuals who are able to achieve their highest level of individual independence. Our educational and treatment interventions focus on helping our students develop skills to improve competency with executive functioning and self-advocacy.For employment opportunities visit http://www.thecharltonschool.org/jobs



  • Immediate openings for residential Youth Care Workers.

  • Providing dorm supervision, crisis management, relationship development, teaching of self regulatory skills, activities, to Adolescent women in a residential setting

  • 5 day/40 hour work week

  • 2 schedules: Saturday through Wednesday or Wednesday through Sunday

  • Majority of working hours are evenings

  • Saturdays and Sundays rotate between day time hours (8am - 4pm) and evening hours (4pm - 12 mid)

  • Weekdays  (M, T, TH FR , depending on shift ) are evenings, rotating between 2pm-10pm, 3pm-11pm and 4pm-12mid

  • Wednesdays rotate between 12 noon -8am and 12noon to 12mid

  • Bachelors Degree required.



  • Competitive annual salary of $31,200.00 based on a 40 hour work week schedule

  • Overtime potential at time plus 1/2

  • Full benefit package including medical and dental coverage for an individual at a nominal cost to the employee

  • Four (4) weeks paid vacation per year

  • Sick time (8 hrs per month)

  • Tuition reimbursement.



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**$500.00 bonus available to new hires after 3 months of service**


GENERAL SUMMARY:
Provides in home Counseling services to Treatment Foster Care children and Foster families. Provides ongoing case support, coordination and advocacy to ensure a safe and stable environment for children in out of home care. Ensures homes are licensed and maintained according to Wisconsin state statutes including any required training.



  • Reviews referrals for TFC placement and assists with making appropriate matches.

  • Conducts initial licensing visits to prospective TFC parent to ensure initial compliance with licensing standards.

  • Complete applicable licensing paper work, reports and documentation in a timely manner for final approval of Program Administrator.

  • Maintains program identified caseload of TFC children and foster homes (usually 8-10).

  • Provide in home support consultation, one to one training, counseling and case management at minimum bi-weekly, which may include individual and family consultation and meetings.

  • Provide crisis intervention to families, including responding to specific needs (after hour responsibilities based on team coverage needs).


MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE and SKILLS



  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field required, Master’s degree preferred.

  • If Bachelor’s degree at least three years’ experience working with youth in Out of Home placement settings or relevant environments.

  • If Master’s Degree, at least one year experience in Social Services and working with youth in Out of Home placements.

  • Certification in Social Work required, licensing is preferred.

  • Experience with SED clients preferred and experience in Trauma Informed Care.

  • Ability to display cultural competence by responding respectfully and effectively to people of all cultures, languages, classes, races, ethnic backgrounds, religions and other diversity factors in a manner that recognizes, affirms and values the worth of individuals, families and communities and protects and preserves the dignity of each.

  • Valid Wisconsin driver’s license and vehicle liability insurance.

  • Ability to work a flexible schedule, some evenings and weekends required weekly.

  • Demonstrated Proficiency in written/verbal skills

  • Knowledge of Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM 4 &5) and Knowledge of children psychiatric diagnosis.

  • Experience in developing psycho/social assessments and Home studies.

  • Experience working with families


 



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POSITION SUMMARY:


The primary responsibilities of a Coach Counselor are to provide safety and around-the-clock supervision of at-risk youth. Coach Counselors provide for the physical, personal and health needs of each student through individual counseling and behavioral/social/physical and educational skill development. Coach Counselor’s provide an atmosphere that is supportive of the needs of the students; monitor and document student behaviors and activities; and participate and assist with educational, social, athletic and recreational activities. Coach Counselors work in collaboration with other professional staff to establish and/or meet the goals of each student’s treatment plan. Reports to Unit Manager however operational supervision may be provided by a Senior Coach Counselor. Pay rate can increase based on experience and degree.


 


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:



  1. Adheres to the facility and daily schedule, ensures that the facility (unit, cottage, house, room, dorm, etc.) is on time for all elements and the students participate in all of the scheduled activities.

  2. Completes daily assignments as specified by the Senior Coach Counselor, Group Leader or higher authority, including duties of a Night Coach Counselor.

  3. Ensures that program rules, norms, policies etc. are enforced and that the program is operated within all program requirements and regulatory guidelines.

  4. Conducts physical count of students within the assigned living area and/or assignment and records the count on the student check sheet as required by site operations (every 5, 10, 15, etc. minutes).

  5. Follows suicide prevention monitoring as directed.

  6. Other duties as assigned, verbally or in written form.


 


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:



  1. Possess a high school diploma or equivalent.

  2. Must be at least 21 years of age.

  3. Must meet all state licensing requirements as required by specific site


Company Description

For 35 years, Rite of Passage has been a leading national provider of programs and opportunities for troubled and at-risk youth from social services, welfare agencies and juvenile courts. We have developed and operated a continuum of programs based on the needs of youth and our placing agencies. With an emphasis on evidence-based practices and positive skill development, combined with our supportive and therapeutic approach, our organization is respected by industry experts as a highly effective solution for our youth. Since 1984, over 25,000 youths have entered and completed our programs. Rite of Passage has built its reputation on running life-changing educational treatment programs that positively contribute to the community.

Our employees are dedicated, passionate individuals that are committed to inspiring positive change in the lives of youth. Becoming a member of the Rite of Passage team is more than just a job, it’s an opportunity to build a meaningful career with a company driven by its powerful mission to make a difference.


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POSITION SUMMARY:


The primary responsibilities of a Coach Counselor are to provide safety and around-the-clock supervision of at-risk youth. Coach Counselors provide for the physical, personal and health needs of each student through individual counseling and behavioral/social/physical and educational skill development. Coach Counselor’s provide an atmosphere that is supportive of the needs of the students; monitor and document student behaviors and activities; and participate and assist with educational, social, athletic and recreational activities. Coach Counselors work in collaboration with other professional staff to establish and/or meet the goals of each student’s treatment plan. Reports to Unit Manager however operational supervision may be provided by a Senior Coach Counselor. Pay rate can increase based on experience and degree.


 


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:



  1. Adheres to the facility and daily schedule, ensures that the facility (unit, cottage, house, room, dorm, etc.) is on time for all elements and the students participate in all of the scheduled activities.

  2. Completes daily assignments as specified by the Senior Coach Counselor, Group Leader or higher authority, including duties of a Night Coach Counselor.

  3. Ensures that program rules, norms, policies etc. are enforced and that the program is operated within all program requirements and regulatory guidelines.

  4. Conducts physical count of students within the assigned living area and/or assignment and records the count on the student check sheet as required by site operations (every 5, 10, 15, etc. minutes).

  5. Follows suicide prevention monitoring as directed.

  6. Other duties as assigned, verbally or in written form.


 


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:



  1. Possess a high school diploma or equivalent.

  2. Must be at least 21 years of age.

  3. Must meet all state licensing requirements as required by specific site


Company Description

For 35 years, Rite of Passage has been a leading national provider of programs and opportunities for troubled and at-risk youth from social services, welfare agencies and juvenile courts. We have developed and operated a continuum of programs based on the needs of youth and our placing agencies. With an emphasis on evidence-based practices and positive skill development, combined with our supportive and therapeutic approach, our organization is respected by industry experts as a highly effective solution for our youth. Since 1984, over 25,000 youths have entered and completed our programs. Rite of Passage has built its reputation on running life-changing educational treatment programs that positively contribute to the community.

Our employees are dedicated, passionate individuals that are committed to inspiring positive change in the lives of youth. Becoming a member of the Rite of Passage team is more than just a job, it’s an opportunity to build a meaningful career with a company driven by its powerful mission to make a difference.


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POSITION SUMMARY:


The primary responsibilities of a Coach Counselor are to provide safety and around-the-clock supervision of at-risk youth. Coach Counselors provide for the physical, personal and health needs of each student through individual counseling and behavioral/social/physical and educational skill development. Coach Counselor’s provide an atmosphere that is supportive of the needs of the students; monitor and document student behaviors and activities; and participate and assist with educational, social, athletic and recreational activities. Coach Counselors work in collaboration with other professional staff to establish and/or meet the goals of each student’s treatment plan. The Coach Counselor is distinguished from Night Coach Counselor in that in this role, a Coach Counselor performs standard level paraprofessional work in every aspect of the program operations. Typically reports to a Group leader or higher authority and may vary by individual location. Operational supervision may be provided by a Senior Coach Counselor.


 


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:



  1. Adheres to the facility and daily schedule, ensures that the facility (unit, cottage, house, room, dorm, etc.) is on time for all elements and the students participate in all of the scheduled activities.

  2. Completes daily assignments as specified by the Senior Coach Counselor, Group Leader or higher authority, including duties of a Night Coach Counselor.

  3. Ensures that program rules, norms, policies etc. are enforced and that the program is operated within all program requirements and regulatory guidelines.

  4. Conducts physical count of students within the assigned living area and/or assignment and records the count on the student check sheet as required by site operations (every 5, 10, 15, etc. minutes).

  5. Follows suicide prevention monitoring as directed.

  6. Enters student information in the database in accordance with the position security level and operating procedures, if applicable. (Colorado facilities)

  7. Ensures there is adequate Group Living staff coverage before leaving shift.

  8. Completes daily assignments as specified by the Senior Coach, Group Leader and/or higher authority. Promotes a sense of community by teaching and modeling cooperation, respect, and responsibility in the group living environment; encouraging participants to interact with one another and creating opportunities for them to do so.

  9. Observes behavior patterns of students in order to detect signs of depression, anger, and/or other emotional and situational problems/issues and initiates proper program behavior management and intervention techniques.

  10. Encourages and supports the students’ academic, vocation, athletic and treatment participation.

  11. Facilitates problem solving through active listening, guidance, and conflict mediation with staff and students.

  12. Personally provides consistent interactive supervision of the students (know where they are and what they are doing at all times) is provided in usual, unusual and non-standard situations in various program elements such as:

    1. Living environment,

    2. Positive Skill Development Groups,

    3. School environment,

    4. Community service,

    5. Sporting programs,

    6. Extra-curricular activities,

    7. Student work programs,

    8. Student internships.



  13. Maintains thorough and accurate records, files, correspondence and statistics; completes necessary documentation (both hand-written and computer-based data entry) in a timely, accurate, complete and legible manner. May include, but not limited to: notations in the shelter log, bed roster, incident reports, late arrivals, sign-in sheets, showers and laundry schedules, bed check logs and any other forms used or as directed by the supervisor and site requirements.

  14. Resolves problems and mediates conflicts involving students encountered during assigned shift operations, determines appropriate solutions and/or seeks out assistance from other staff and higher authority.

  15. Communicates and applies policies, licensing requirements, and program elements to students. Reports problem areas, disciplinary action, behavior problems, safety violations etc. to supervisor, Senior Coach Counselor, Group Leader or higher authority.

  16. Observes and appropriately responds personally to incidents such as assaults on staff and/or students, run-away attempts, program disturbances, emergencies or other situations threatening the safety, health and/or welfare of the facility, community, students and/or operations.

  17. Performs proper safe physical management techniques when situations require and completes reporting procedures and documentation.

  18. Provides conflict de-escalation and mediation involving students, as needed.

  19. Ensures facility (unit, cottage, house, room, etc.) maintenance, safety and cleanliness meet health, and safety codes.

  20. Ensures compliance with standards and security safeguards such as room checks; suicide watch protocols, Prison Rape Elimination Act Policies and Procedures, removal of dangerous items and student count responsibilities.

  21. Acts as a positive role model: guiding students and facilitating appropriate behavior about daily living skills, self-care, personal interaction, social relationships and constructive time management.

  22. Personally responsible to maintain appropriate professional boundaries with students and staff; responds to students and staff in a professional and courteous manner; observes and adheres to confidentiality standards.

  23. Follows all policies and procedures regarding attendance, including punctuality and notification.

  24. Maintains and promotes the cooperative, harmonious, teamwork environment ROP strives to promote within the workplace; maintains and promotes an atmosphere of dignity and respect in line with the philosophy and policies of Rite of Passage.

  25. Encouraged to participate in at least 50% of the daily physical activities required of the students.

  26. Ensures the highest standards are maintained to prevent illegal, unethical, or improper conduct and to ensure the program remains in compliance with agency licensing and Rite of Passage policies and procedures.

  27. Assists with the correction of deficiencies and quality improvement efforts.

  28. Attends and participates in all required meetings.

  29. Commits to attending all training and staff development classes in order to ensure sufficient hours of training on an annual basis. Notifies supervisor if annual training hours are deficient.

  30. Other duties as assigned, verbally or in written form.


NOTE: An employee assigned to this title shall perform a majority, but may not perform all of the duties listed in this position description on a daily basis but each duty as a minimum is considered essential duties. Conversely, minor level duties performed on the job may not be listed.


 


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:



  1. Possess a high school diploma or equivalent.

  2. Must be at least 21 years of age.

  3. Must meet all state licensing requirements as required by specific site

  4. If required to operate a company vehicle during the course of employment, must meet the requirements to be an eligible ROP driver. Must possess a current State Driver’s License and have an acceptable driving record for the past three (3) years.

  5. Ability to pass a criminal background clearance check, drug screen, physical and TB test.

  6. Ability to utilize resources available to complete assigned projects.

  7. Ability to prepare written reports and correspondence.

  8. Ability to understand and follow verbal and written instructions.

  9. Ability to effectively communicate, verbally and in writing.

  10. Able to work in excess of 40 hours per week with the possibility of a varied schedule.

  11. Must be able to maintain a high level of confidentiality.

  12. Must have excellent organization and time management skills.

  13. Ability to build and maintain positive internal and external relationships.

  14. Ability to provide exemplary customer service to all employees and outside constituents.

  15. Ability to function independently and as a member of a team in a multi-task environment.

  16. Must be flexible and able to handle multiple priorities, with the ability to adjust to high pressure and rapidly changing business conditions.

  17. Proficient in the use of computers and associated software


 


Company Description

For 35 years, Rite of Passage has been a leading national provider of programs and opportunities for troubled and at-risk youth from social services, welfare agencies and juvenile courts. We have developed and operated a continuum of programs based on the needs of youth and our placing agencies. With an emphasis on evidence-based practices and positive skill development, combined with our supportive and therapeutic approach, our organization is respected by industry experts as a highly effective solution for our youth. Since 1984, over 25,000 youths have entered and completed our programs. Rite of Passage has built its reputation on running life-changing educational treatment programs that positively contribute to the community.

Our employees are dedicated, passionate individuals that are committed to inspiring positive change in the lives of youth. Becoming a member of the Rite of Passage team is more than just a job, it’s an opportunity to build a meaningful career with a company driven by its powerful mission to make a difference.


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POSITION SUMMARY:


The primary responsibilities of a Coach Counselor are to provide safety and around-the-clock supervision of at-risk youth. Coach Counselors provide for the physical, personal and health needs of each student through individual counseling and behavioral/social/physical and educational skill development. Coach Counselor’s provide an atmosphere that is supportive of the needs of the students; monitor and document student behaviors and activities; and participate and assist with educational, social, athletic and recreational activities. Coach Counselors work in collaboration with other professional staff to establish and/or meet the goals of each student’s treatment plan. The Coach Counselor is distinguished from Night Coach Counselor in that in this role, a Coach Counselor performs standard level paraprofessional work in every aspect of the program operations. Typically reports to a Group leader or higher authority and may vary by individual location. Operational supervision may be provided by a Senior Coach Counselor.


 


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:



  1. Adheres to the facility and daily schedule, ensures that the facility (unit, cottage, house, room, dorm, etc.) is on time for all elements and the students participate in all of the scheduled activities.

  2. Completes daily assignments as specified by the Senior Coach Counselor, Group Leader or higher authority, including duties of a Night Coach Counselor.

  3. Ensures that program rules, norms, policies etc. are enforced and that the program is operated within all program requirements and regulatory guidelines.

  4. Conducts physical count of students within the assigned living area and/or assignment and records the count on the student check sheet as required by site operations (every 5, 10, 15, etc. minutes).

  5. Follows suicide prevention monitoring as directed.

  6. Enters student information in the database in accordance with the position security level and operating procedures, if applicable. (Colorado facilities)

  7. Ensures there is adequate Group Living staff coverage before leaving shift.

  8. Completes daily assignments as specified by the Senior Coach, Group Leader and/or higher authority. Promotes a sense of community by teaching and modeling cooperation, respect, and responsibility in the group living environment; encouraging participants to interact with one another and creating opportunities for them to do so.

  9. Observes behavior patterns of students in order to detect signs of depression, anger, and/or other emotional and situational problems/issues and initiates proper program behavior management and intervention techniques.

  10. Encourages and supports the students’ academic, vocation, athletic and treatment participation.

  11. Facilitates problem solving through active listening, guidance, and conflict mediation with staff and students.

  12. Personally provides consistent interactive supervision of the students (know where they are and what they are doing at all times) is provided in usual, unusual and non-standard situations in various program elements such as:

    1. Living environment,

    2. Positive Skill Development Groups,

    3. School environment,

    4. Community service,

    5. Sporting programs,

    6. Extra-curricular activities,

    7. Student work programs,

    8. Student internships.



  13. Maintains thorough and accurate records, files, correspondence and statistics; completes necessary documentation (both hand-written and computer-based data entry) in a timely, accurate, complete and legible manner. May include, but not limited to: notations in the shelter log, bed roster, incident reports, late arrivals, sign-in sheets, showers and laundry schedules, bed check logs and any other forms used or as directed by the supervisor and site requirements.

  14. Resolves problems and mediates conflicts involving students encountered during assigned shift operations, determines appropriate solutions and/or seeks out assistance from other staff and higher authority.

  15. Communicates and applies policies, licensing requirements, and program elements to students. Reports problem areas, disciplinary action, behavior problems, safety violations etc. to supervisor, Senior Coach Counselor, Group Leader or higher authority.

  16. Observes and appropriately responds personally to incidents such as assaults on staff and/or students, run-away attempts, program disturbances, emergencies or other situations threatening the safety, health and/or welfare of the facility, community, students and/or operations.

  17. Performs proper safe physical management techniques when situations require and completes reporting procedures and documentation.

  18. Provides conflict de-escalation and mediation involving students, as needed.

  19. Ensures facility (unit, cottage, house, room, etc.) maintenance, safety and cleanliness meet health, and safety codes.

  20. Ensures compliance with standards and security safeguards such as room checks; suicide watch protocols, Prison Rape Elimination Act Policies and Procedures, removal of dangerous items and student count responsibilities.

  21. Acts as a positive role model: guiding students and facilitating appropriate behavior about daily living skills, self-care, personal interaction, social relationships and constructive time management.

  22. Personally responsible to maintain appropriate professional boundaries with students and staff; responds to students and staff in a professional and courteous manner; observes and adheres to confidentiality standards.

  23. Follows all policies and procedures regarding attendance, including punctuality and notification.

  24. Maintains and promotes the cooperative, harmonious, teamwork environment ROP strives to promote within the workplace; maintains and promotes an atmosphere of dignity and respect in line with the philosophy and policies of Rite of Passage.

  25. Encouraged to participate in at least 50% of the daily physical activities required of the students.

  26. Ensures the highest standards are maintained to prevent illegal, unethical, or improper conduct and to ensure the program remains in compliance with agency licensing and Rite of Passage policies and procedures.

  27. Assists with the correction of deficiencies and quality improvement efforts.

  28. Attends and participates in all required meetings.

  29. Commits to attending all training and staff development classes in order to ensure sufficient hours of training on an annual basis. Notifies supervisor if annual training hours are deficient.

  30. Other duties as assigned, verbally or in written form.


NOTE: An employee assigned to this title shall perform a majority, but may not perform all of the duties listed in this position description on a daily basis but each duty as a minimum is considered essential duties. Conversely, minor level duties performed on the job may not be listed.


 


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:



  1. Possess a high school diploma or equivalent.

  2. Must be at least 21 years of age.

  3. Must meet all state licensing requirements as required by specific site

  4. If required to operate a company vehicle during the course of employment, must meet the requirements to be an eligible ROP driver. Must possess a current State Driver’s License and have an acceptable driving record for the past three (3) years.

  5. Ability to pass a criminal background clearance check, drug screen, physical and TB test.

  6. Ability to utilize resources available to complete assigned projects.

  7. Ability to prepare written reports and correspondence.

  8. Ability to understand and follow verbal and written instructions.

  9. Ability to effectively communicate, verbally and in writing.

  10. Able to work in excess of 40 hours per week with the possibility of a varied schedule.

  11. Must be able to maintain a high level of confidentiality.

  12. Must have excellent organization and time management skills.

  13. Ability to build and maintain positive internal and external relationships.

  14. Ability to provide exemplary customer service to all employees and outside constituents.

  15. Ability to function independently and as a member of a team in a multi-task environment.

  16. Must be flexible and able to handle multiple priorities, with the ability to adjust to high pressure and rapidly changing business conditions.

  17. Proficient in the use of computers and associated software


 


Company Description

For 35 years, Rite of Passage has been a leading national provider of programs and opportunities for troubled and at-risk youth from social services, welfare agencies and juvenile courts. We have developed and operated a continuum of programs based on the needs of youth and our placing agencies. With an emphasis on evidence-based practices and positive skill development, combined with our supportive and therapeutic approach, our organization is respected by industry experts as a highly effective solution for our youth. Since 1984, over 25,000 youths have entered and completed our programs. Rite of Passage has built its reputation on running life-changing educational treatment programs that positively contribute to the community.

Our employees are dedicated, passionate individuals that are committed to inspiring positive change in the lives of youth. Becoming a member of the Rite of Passage team is more than just a job, it’s an opportunity to build a meaningful career with a company driven by its powerful mission to make a difference.


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Your Opportunity


Are you interested in being part of positive changes in child welfare services?


Founded in 1975 with locations across California, Aspiranet is a trusted neighbor, partner and care provider that exists to help families thrive. With personalized care, Aspiranet offers a unique blend of services including foster family support, residential care, adoption services, services for foster youth transitioning to adulthood, mental health services, intensive home-based care, and community-based family resources. We celebrate our values of respect, integrity, courage and hope through our work, and most importantly, our people.


Aspiranet staff gain inspiration from human connection and understand that success is the product of teamwork. We seek champions for our mission and those committed to excellence.


Your Future Team


Aspiranet’s Family and Community Services provide home, visiting, center-based and school-based services to children and families in their communities and offers assistance that is client-centered, trauma-informed, and reflective of best practice standards in the field. Our services are designed to strengthen families and communities while preventing child maltreatment. When you join our multidisciplinary team, you become part of a passionate group determined to impact lives and empower youth.


Your Impact


The Child Care Worker is responsible for providing continuous supervision of children and youth served by the center. Major responsibilities include incident documentation, transportation, meal preparation, violation reporting, compliance with licensing and agency standards, and management of client personal property inventory.


Your Skills and Duties




Utilize staff log to document incidents which might serve as critical information to ER/CPS staff assigned to a child’s case.
Utilize staff log to inform other shifts of pertinent facts regarding children and youth served by Center.
Provide transportation to children and youth as assigned by Supervisor.
Prepare and monitor preparation of meals and snacks provided to children and youth, ensuring that all left-overs are properly stored and dated, and disposed, and dining and food areas are properly cleaned and secured.
Report any concerns regarding the physical plant or program to Child Care Worker Supervisor in a timely manner.
Read, as assigned, policy manual and program standards and perform shift responsibility as assigned.
Attend required meetings, training session, and briefings on current or proposed program and its related activities.
Responsible for conducting a regular inventory of center’s equipment, supplies and food products for purposes of monitoring possible purchasing needs.
Insure appropriate and safe condition and operation of center, its equipment and supplies.
Insure personal property of children and youth served is itemized, inventoried and accounted for when entering and exiting center.
Support and model Aspiranet’s values, represent the Agency in a professional manner, and abide by the Agency’s Professional Code of Ethics.
Maintain appropriate professional boundaries with staff, birth and foster parents, children and community resources.
Maintain client and case confidentiality per licensing and Agency standards.
Demonstrate sensitivity and responsiveness to cultural differences.
Perform additional duties as assigned by Supervisor.



Education and Work Experience




High School Diploma or equivalent.
Two years of experience with children in a child day care or group care/residential setting or a Bachelor’s degree in a behavioral science.



Licenses and Certifications




Meets all state required conditions of employment as set forth by Community Care Licensing for a Licensed Community Care facility; i.e. Fingerprint and child Abuse Index clearance, TB/Health Physical, valid CDL and clean driving record.



Compensation: Competitive DOE


Benefits: Aspiranet is a collaborative environment where everyone has a voice in creating the best possible outcomes for our clients and our staff. We offer an exceptional work environment and a competitive benefits package for full-time employees. Our benefits package is robust, aimed at keeping you healthy and well, financially secure, providing a work-life balance, and protecting you from the unexpected.

Aspira means hope. We are a network of people bringing hope forward. We look forward to learning what makes you passionate.


Company Description

Thank you for your interest in employment at Aspiranet! We are a human services agency whose vision is to take collective action to support communities and families as they love and care for their children. In support of that vision, Aspiranet offers an array of services in seven core areas: Foster Care, Adoption, Transition-Aged Youth, Residential, Intensive Home-Based services, Behavioral Health, and Family & Community services. Aspiranet has over 44 locations throughout California and is headquartered in South San Francisco.

We engage in value-based decision making to create the best possible outcomes for all our stakeholders, including our employees. We offer an excellent work environment and competitive benefits. Our network of enthusiastic team members is dedicated to bringing out the inner hero of the children, youth, families and communities we serve.

Our organizational culture is defined by the values of respect, integrity, courage and hope. If these values are inspiring to you and you thrive in a collaborative, team-based environment then Aspiranet may be the right choice for you. Take a look at our current opportunities and complete an online application. You may be one step closer to making a difference in your community.

Aspiranet offers a competitive benefits package to full-time employees that are aimed at supporting your health and wellness, financial planning, work life balance, and protection from the unexpected.

We understand your desire to continue to grow in the role. We are known for providing high quality services, excellent staff training and opportunities for advancement into supervisory and other roles within the organization.
The greatest benefit of a career at Aspiranet is the difference you make in the lives of our clients.

EEO/AA

Aspiranet is proud to be an equal employment opportunity employer; all applicants will be given full consideration under state, local, and federal law.


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The Program Assistant (Youth Worker) assists club staff in the delivery of high quality and developmentally appropriate activities for children and youth ages six to eighteen. These come in the form of club programs, activities, special events all while providing a safe environment for club members to operate in. 


KEY ROLES (Essential Job Responsibilities) 



  • Assist in the delivery of relevant after-school programming for youth ages 6-18 

  • Recruit, encourage and engage youth participants for a range of program offerings in the areas of academic support & enrichment, health and wellness and character and leadership development

  • Responsible for daily set-up and clean-up of all materials used during programming

  • Provide developmentally appropriate supervision of youth participants during all program activities 

  • Transport members between program sites and activities 

  • Properly manage all Club materials and properly secure them upon completion of club activity

  • Participate in individual and group supervision sessions; participate in professional development opportunities as appropriate

  • Maintain club facility and enforce all site operating expectations

  • Support data collection activities to assess program performance.

  • Support Program Specialist in the implementation of BGCHarlem programming

  • Assist Program Specialist in managing classrooms including cleanup, supply distribution and other duties as necessary

  • Other related duties as specified by site lead


ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES 



  • Asses facility needs daily and perform janitorial duties or manual labor as needed- mopping, cleaning tables, trash removal, bathrooms, moving equipment 

  • Attend field trips and club outings


SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED 



  • Minimum High School diploma or equivalent   

  • Demonstrated experience working with youth 

  • Proficient in basic computer skills and use of basic Microsoft applications, including Outlook, Word and Excel 


Physical Requirements




  •   Ability to stand for long periods of time 

  • Employees may also have to walk for long periods of time


 


Availability


Up to 25 hours per week; some Saturdays


 


PREFERRED SKILLS


Associate Degree in early childhood education or human services



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BHT - Youth Care Worker working with adolescent male youth in group home setting


Retired military, police, correction officers, etc encouraged to apply!


**AZ Fingerprint Clearance Card Required for Consideration**


**Driver’s License Required for Consideration**


**Help us care for our youth and be a positive influence**


***Hiring immediately. Please read position requirements prior to applying. Drug screen required**


Available shifts include:


Buckeye - *Significant Trauma Home* BHT/Experience Required


  • On-Call and Sat & Sun between 8am-8pm, flexibility needed

Group Home for DCS male youth, 11-18, in Buckeye, AZ seeking experienced BHT's/Youth Care Workers to assist in the care of our youth and homes.



  • Daily progress reports and maintenance of youth files

  • Transportation as needed

  • Daily upkeep of the home, i.e., cooking, cleaning, etc

  • Responsibilities necessary to comply with DCS licensing and policies.


He/She will contribute their experience and life skills to make the houses a "home" for the male youth (11-18) residing in the home. Requirements necessary upon hire:



  • Minimum 21 years old

  • Flexibility for emergencies/Weekends as needed

  • AZ Fingerprint Clearance Card

  • Successful background check and drug screen

  • Physical exam including a negative TB test

  • AZ 39-month motor vehicle history

  • Food Handler's Card

  • CPR/First Aid certified

  • CPI training


Full-time/Part-time, Salary $14-15/hr. DOE


 



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If you would like to make a difference in the life of an adolescent, are motivated to create safer homes for all youth, and are interested in a rewarding career in the nonprofit industry, we invite you to consider becoming part of our Shelter, Inc. team. Since 1975, Shelter, Inc. has provided for the emotional and physical well-being of children and families in need. Our programs and services help children and families build safer, healthier, and brighter futures.


We are seeking a Group Home Worker to join our dynamic team at Shelter's Emergency Group Home for 11-17 year old's in Palatine. Diverse candidates are encouraged to apply. We seek team members who reflect our values of dedication, collaboration, positive attitude, inclusion, and passion.


ESSENTIAL FUNCTION


Perform a variety of casework services and assist residents within agency policies, procedures and practices to assess their needs.


SPECIFIC DUTIES


RESIDENT SUPERVISION AND TEACHING



  • Provide casework services to each resident to include treatment plan, physical examination and necessary transportation.

  • Work with outside agencies in the establishment of both short-term and long-term treatment plans for the resident

  • Implement group home program to include individual, family and group counseling.

  • Supervise daily activities of all residents.

  • Assist and teach residents concerning living skills and acceptable social behavior.

  • Set appropriate limits and provide an adult role model from which the residents can grow and develop.

  • Relate to the residents in a supportive manner.

  • Comply with agency policies and procedures and the Department of Children and Family Services “Code of Ethics for Child Welfare Professionals.”


HOUSE MANAGEMENT



  • Assist and teach residents maintenance of their own bedrooms and other areas of the facility.

  • Assist and teach residents maintenance of outside areas.

  • Perform required maintenance tasks on the house and outside areas.

  • Assist and teach residents, as required, in meal preparation.

  • Assist in the preparation of meals.


PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION



  • Implement group home routine as designed in Group Home Procedure Manual.

  • Maintain required records and logs for each resident.

  • Attend staff meetings and in-service training.

  • Carry out all duties as designated by the Group Home Coordinator or Senior Group Home Worker in the absence of the Group Home Coordinator.


JOB QUALIFICATIONS



  • Must be at least 21 years of age in accordance with the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services Licensing Standards for Group Homes.

  • Two years/60 hours of college credit from an accredited school required. Degree in human services field desired.

  • Must meet Child Care Facility Driver requirements in accordance with the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services.

  • Must have a valid driver's license, an automobile, and adequate automobile insurance.

  • Must complete a Medical and T.B. test providing proof of results.

  • Must be fingerprinted by the State of Illinois and must submit to a full Background Check through the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services.

  • Must submit official educational transcripts from the last school in which a degree was awarded.

  • Must become certified in CPR and First Aid and complete New Hire Orientation before working independently.

  • Ability to lift 40 lbs.


Benefits include paid time off, retirement savings plan, and employee assistance program.


Company Description

Our vision is that every child will grow up in a safe and loving home. Our mission is to end the cycle of child abuse by providing a comprehensive network of support to children, their families and our community to create safe, healthy and nurturing homes. Shelter, Inc.’s programs include: Emergency group homes for youth 11-17 years old; Foster Care; Healthy Families (parent education and home visitation); Transitional Living (for older adolescents to learn and develop independent living skills); Youth Experiencing Homelessness case management; 24 hour information and referral service; and Community Education.


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**$500.00 bonus available to new hires after 3 months of service**


Looking for a job in the mental health field? Want more clinical experience working with children and teens? Enjoy working in the community and not being at a desk all day? Then check out the job we have posted for Psychiatric Crisis Worker! As part of this job, St. Charles provides access to training/staff development opportunities and St. Charles will cover a required initial exam fee in exchange for 1 year of service. We also have multiple staff that can supervise you for your hours for licensure! This job requires two evening shifts per week and only two weekend shifts per month, which could be AM or PM shifts, so there is plenty of flexibility!


GENERAL SUMMARY:


Perform Social Work and Crisis Mental Health services as a member of a mobile, community-based crisis intervention team providing services to youth and families in the community as a part of nationally recognized team. Settings include home, relative placements, school, foster home and adoptive resources, shelter care, group homes and other settings.


Specific Duties & Responsibilities



  • Provide psycho-social and AODA assessments to children and their families in crisis situations due to an emotional, behavioral or mental health problem; initiate request for required services, phone calls, agency information, etc.

  • Provide crisis intervention services and crisis focused treatment to families until Follow-up services can be obtained for children and their families. Serve as a referral resource for families to obtain follow-up mental health services.

  • Function as a member of a community-based mental health team in diagnostic formulation and implantation of stabilization services, short term crisis, immediate treatment techniques, strategies and plans for children, adolescents and their families.

  • Coordinate services of the crisis team with community agencies and police, youth services, Childrens Court, schools, etc. to identify and obtain emergency resources and services for children and juveniles in a mental health crisis.

  • Serve as a consultant to and provide liaison services with the case managers and other treatment staff in Wraparound Milwaukee.

  • Respond to emergency phone calls and provide crisis interventions to help alleviate a mental health crisis and provide information about coordinated and additional resources to families and follow-up services.

  • Work closely with MCBHD Psychiatric Crisis Service in assisting them in screening potential admissions and providing community based crisis service.

  • Maintain records, reports, and legal documents.

  • Arrange transportation, or transport if necessary, children needing to be placed in Emergency runaway shelter, foster care placement, respite care, PCS or other settings.

  • Prepare reports required by the court, schools, Child Welfare, police agencies or other legal entities.

  • Educate and train mental health professionals and para-professionals.

  • Train and guide para-professional mental health aides, interns or assistants working with the crisis Team.

  • Answer and respond timely to crisis calls in the community

  • Assist Crisis Services by utilizing “Wraparound” program funds to purchase needed Community resources and services.

  • Perform other duties as required.


MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:



  • Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology or related field strongly preferred.

  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology or related field required along with 5 years applicable experience with target population.

  • Experience and state licensure strongly preferred.

  • Bilingual is highly preferred.

  • Substantial training and experience in mental health, particularly focusing on children and adolescents.

  • Knowledge of Wraparound philosophy.

  • Knowledge base of adolescent and family issues and dynamics.

  • Knowledge of the Wisconsin Children’s Code and juvenile justice systems.

  • Knowledge of human growth and development theories.

  • Ability to prepare formal reports.

  • Ability to display cultural competence by responding respectfully and effectively to people of all cultures, languages, classes, races, ethnic backgrounds, religions and other diversity factors in a manner that recognizes, affirms and values the worth of individuals, families and communities and protects and preserves the dignity of each.

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.

  • Valid Wisconsin driver’s license and liability insurance.

  • Ability to use vehicles for work related duties according to the agency’s insurance liability standards.

  • Ability to accurately perform record keeping and documentation entries.


WORKING CONDITIONS



  • Indoor/outdoor requirements.

  • Local travel as required fulfilling essential functions of the position.

  • Required to work on weekends as well as 1st and 2nd shift on rotation.

  • Required to work 3rd shift as determined by the needs of the program.



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Job Description


Help us change lives daily!


A New Leaf’s East Valley After School Program provides programming to children and teens aged 6-17 who qualify for services. Qualification requires a child to be AHCCCS eligible, enrolled in the Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care (MMIC) system and to be referred through their Child and Family Team (CFT). A New Leaf's After School Program is a Title XIX funded service. This program uses a strengths-based model, enrolled clients engage in structured activities to promote progress toward identified service goals.


We're looking for motivated Youth Care Workers, ages 18 and up, to join our team!


Pay Rate: $13.00/hour


Schedule: 4 shifts a week - Mon-Fri, 2:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.


Location: Mesa, AZ


Major areas of responsibility (including but not limited to):



  • Engage in family centered, strength-based treatment planning and coordination and report client needs to Child and Family Team and serves as a positive role model/mentor for the client.

  • Maintain accurate, through and current documentation of contact with clients/families. Document (verbal/written) and submit significant paperwork such as progress notes, daily activities, varied incident reports, etc., as required by program and submit appropriately

  • Develop and maintain therapeutic relationships with clients and significant support systems.

  • Provide information, education and guidance to clients and support system members, advocacy and coordination of care.

  • Accompany clients to approved activities, model appropriate behaviors, serve as positive role model/mentor for the clients and provides minimal tutoring/help with homework.

  • Utilize Positive Behavioral Support methodology when planning/participating in the activities to support child/family specific treatment goals.

  • Follow prescribed treatment plans for children and show concern and caring for children in trouble.

  • Receive Clinical Oversight as required by state law and A New Leaf policy and procedures.


Minimum Requirements/Qualifications/Skills:



  • Due to state licensing requirements, applicants must be a minimum of 18 years of age.

  • High school diploma or GED, Associates Degree or Bachelor’s Degree preferred.

  • 6 weeks of behavioral health experience or 2 college courses that are behavioral health related, required. Personal experience qualifies.

  • Possess a valid driver’s license with reliable transportation.

  • Current auto liability insurance and a clean 39-month motor vehicle record.

  • Class One Fingerprint Clearance Card or be able to pass various background checks in order to obtain one.

  • Proficiency with personal computers and applicable software programs.

  • Have the skills necessary to engage and work with others.

  • Demonstrate and provide strong communications skills both verbally and in writing.

  • Be committed to teamwork and have the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.


Important Notes:


PLEASE NOTE: Only those candidates with the experience and qualifications that correspond to our requirements may be contacted by a member of our hiring department.


Please wait to hear from us; do not call the Human Resources Department to check on the status of your application. No Third Party or Temp Agencies.


We appreciate your interest in our organization. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, religion, color, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status.


A New Leaf is an at-will employer. Any offer of employment with A New Leaf is contingent upon a successful consumer report to include verification of driving records, employment, education, and criminal background search.


A New Leaf is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and participates in the E-Verify program. A New Leaf participa en el program de E-Verify. Equal Opportunity Employer.


All of our employees enjoy the following benefits: Direct deposit, Competitive pay, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Annual Team member Appreciation Event, informal, yet professional team environment.


Company Description

About Working With Us:
A New Leaf is committed to the vitality of its employees, partners, stakeholders, and supporters - the people whose dedication strengthens the community every day. Core values form the basis for our day-to-day work and the relationships that fortify our mission of “Helping Families...Changing Lives.”

These values are what support the vision, shape the culture, and reflect what A New Leaf champions. They are the essence of our identity – the principles, beliefs, and philosophy behind and supporting every employee and volunteer. They form the internal consistency as our external world changes.

We welcome you to learn about these values listed below, and we convey our deepest appreciation for your support of A New Leaf.

*Clarity of Purpose *Passion for Results *Compassion *Integrity *Excellence


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