Full time; averages 37 hours a week, primarily second shift. Schedule listed below.
House supervisors work on one house within the residential program. Our residential program serves youth that have been abused, neglected, or suffered other forms of trauma. Each house and its program will vary based on kids’ age, gender, and forms of trauma. This position supervises, trains, and models for direct care staff, as well as provides leadership in crisis situations.
Week 1 (40.5): Sun 9am-10pm Mon Off Tues Off Wed 12:30-11pm Thu 1:30-11pm Fri 1:30-11pm Sat Off
Week 2 (33.5): Sun Off Mon 1:30-11pm Tue 1:30-11pm Wed 12:30-3:30pm Thu Off Fri Off Sat 9am-10pm
Job duties include: - Creating and monitoring daily activities on the house in accordance with program structure and goals - Instructing, redirecting, and following disciplinary procedure with staff - Responsible for staff completion of MAR (Medicine Administration Registry) at the end of shift - Responsible for staff completion of shift notes - Creating a team environment and providing support to staff as needed
Qualifications include: - Bachelor's degree in social work, counseling or related human service field AND 2 years of direct Resident Counselor or Residential service experience with high-risk children, adolescents and families preferred. - High school diploma or equivalent AND 5 years of direct Resident Counselor or Residential service experience with high-risk children, adolescents and families required. - Must possess effective written and verbal communication skills. - Must posses effective computer skills. - Must be good with providing direction and "on the spot" correction to direct care staff. - Must be able to enforce rules and maintain the integrity of processes within the program.
Additional Salary Information: The Home offers a family friendly atmosphere with outstanding benefits that include an option for FREE health insurance (single coverage for employee only). Other benefits include health insurance, life, and long-term disability insurance, a retirement plan and up to 25-30 paid days off per year.
Home of the Innocents has been our region's open arms to kids in crisis since 1880. The Childkind Center has an extensive range of programs. Some of them include an emergency shelter and residential treatment for children who require care because of abuse, neglect or family crisis; a program assisting homeless young adults with integration into the community; and therapeutic support for at-risk fa...milies and severely emotionally disturbed children. Therapeutic Loving foster Care is a family-based alternative to institutional treatment for children with serious emotional and behavioral conditions.