House Mentor

Pay $18.00/HR

 

JOB PURPOSE                                                                                                                           

Ideal candidates for the House Mentor position will be high-energy, responsible, organized, and passionate aboutworking with youth and families. Candidates will provide supervision and oversight to residents residing in Emergency Shelter Care and Transitional living. The House Mentor will ensure youth VOICES four pillars ofwellness: Educated, Creative, Disciplined, and Healed are present in all service delivery and ensure that program implementation follows all grant guidelines, VOICES policies and timely reporting of information.

ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES                                                                                                 

  • Provides direct resident care providing a safe and therapeutic environment through treatment planimplementation, using individual and group instruction in activities of daily living
  • To act as an advocate, educator, mentor, and role model for VOICES Services
  • Plan the delivery of the overall program and its activities in accordance with the mission and the goals of the organization
  • Completes program evaluations in conjunction with staff and youth participants; prepares program for internal and external evaluations/Audits
  • Attends monthly VOICES administration meetings
  • Ensures that QA/QI procedures are followed
  • Provide monthly support; discuss needs, progress, or concerns with all residents
  • Maintain all necessary documentation, record keeping for licensing, regulations, and contracting
  • Responsible for managing timelines, coordinating stakeholder

QUALIFICATIONS                                                                                                                       

  • 3 years of experience working with youth and families or related
  • Ability to implement Individual Crisis Management Plans with residents appropriately
  • Knowledge of/or readiness to learn about Trauma-Informed care and Healing Centered Engagement and implement best practices
  • Experience managing sensitive and confidential information with internal and external partners
  • Ability to maintain appropriate boundaries and set limits in working with residents
  • Experience with person-centered planning approaches and positive behavioral supports preferred
  • Must pass all local, state and Federal background checks

EDUCATION

High school diploma or GED equivalent required

LICENSE

A valid driver’s license, and driving record that adheres to VOICES policy guideline

 

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