Gambling Monitor Job Description Sample
We are an Emergency Management Services company performing Field Debris Monitoring services for communities having been impacted by severe storms and flooding. In anticipation of community needs following Tropical Storm Imelda’s impact in Texas, we are currently preparing for the hiring need of Field Debris Monitors that can start immediately!
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NO Resume NEEDED just phone and email contact information!
There is the possibility that we will NOT be activated. Due to the volume of inquiries, all communication will be by email for updates as we know them.
Field Debris Monitors document the contractors work effort, as a government representative, to ensure that loads are properly identified and tracked (you will not actually be removing debris but monitoring the contractors doing so).
- Pay is $13.50 an hour
- Requires anywhere from 10 - 14-hour days up to 7 days a week
- All hours worked over 40 in one week will be paid at time and a half
- There is a high probability of consistent paid overtime as well as work for weeks to possibly months
- On-the-job training will be provided
- Current Valid Driver's License*
- Clean Driving History
- Valid Social Security card or Passport*
- Proof of current Insurance (In Your Name) for vehicle being used*
- Proof of Registration for vehicle being used*
- Ability to pass a Criminal Background check
Additional work requirements:
- Reliable transportation available for all day use
- Cell Phone
- Steel Toe Work Boots
- Ability to be on your feet for most of the day
- Ability to lift 30 lbs.
- Applying alone will not guarantee employment
- An email regarding receipt of your application will be sent
- Hiring Fairs will be held once storm impacted areas are identified and Hiring Fair locations are established
- A Follow-Up Email will be sent with the details of the Hiring Fair dates/times/locations along with answers you may have to Frequently Asked Questions
- You will need to show up to determined location(s) to finalize the application process and provide hiring documents required
Do NOT contact with unsolicited services or offers.
- Students are taken to the tables and seated by the teachers. Must be ready to receive students at the assigned time.
- Each Lunch Room Aide will call students to get in line and will be ready to watch students as they go through the line. Assist students with carrying their food as necessary.
- Manages and supervises students during meal service. Including but not limited to:
- ensure the health and safety of students
- behavior problems will be referred to the teacher or principal according to guidelines established by the individual school site.
- No students should be un-supervised during lunch period.
- Communicates with students and school staff in a positive and professional manner utilizing appropriate customer service and interpersonal skills. Appropriate language must be used when working with children.
- Circulate throughout the cafeteria or in areas where meals are served and/or eaten assisting students who need assistance.
- Assists with the cleanliness of the cafeteria.
- Dismisses classes in an orderly manner at the scheduled time.
- Encourage good table manners.
- Participates in meetings, and scheduled cleaning days as requested.
- Clear tables of food and garbage. Move any large baskets or bags as needed. Take out trash as necessary.
- This position requires each Lunch Room Aide to actively engage with their students. Sitting is NOT permitted. Use of cell phones are not permitted.
- After the final lunch period is dismissed, Lunch Room Aides are responsible for staying for the entire shift to help clean tables, sweep floors and stack chairs if necessary.
- Follow any additional direction that is deemed necessary and relevant to the lunchroom by Cafe Supervisor(s) or School Admin staff at designated school(s) to ensure that the safety, health, and supervision of students is being upheld.
- Must be able to physically perform all job duties without restrictions-Work is typically performed when walking or standing. Frequent walking, standing, lifting, up to approximately 15 pounds, and occasional lifting of equipment weighing up to approximately 25 pounds may be required Other physical activities are required, such as, but not limited to bending, stooping, reaching, and grasping. Occasional movement of students by wheelchairs and other mechanical devices may be required.
- Must have professional experience working with children, or working in an educational setting.
- Vocal English communication is required for expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word; hearing is required to perceive information at normal spoken word levels. Spanish is a plus!
- Visual sharpness is required for monitoring and determining needs of students.
- Lunchroom Aide is subject to inside environmental conditions, noise and hazards involved with working within a school cafeteria.
- Good Communication skills, and mature judgement is required-Lunchroom monitors are in daily contact with teachers, students, administration, the general public, and other work related personnel. The ability to handle complaints, express a service-oriented attitude, and work cooperatively with others is essential. Must be able to communicate and follow direction.
- Must complete background check through NYSED in order to work in schools.
Monitor Technician/Unit Sec
Project Monitor - Section 3
Program Spec III - Contract Monitor
Gym Monitor - Shady Grove Ymca - Glen Allen / Henrico / Short Pump
Direct Care Monitor (JR 1125)
Wage: $15.00/hr -$16.50/hr (DOE)
Summary:The Direct Care Monitor will provide care and assistance to the residents of the facility. The Direct Care Monitor works as part of a team with residents and their care providers (case managers). Some outcomes may include: benefit enrollment and employment opportunities to increase income; linkages to community resources to decrease social isolation; and, focusing on behavioral health and substance abuse needs. This position is primarily responsible for overseeing the safety and basic needs of the residents. The Direct Care Monitor follows established low barrier guidelines to create a safe and stable environment for residents entering the program. This position may also be responsible for assisting with the duties that include meal preparation, answering phones and assisting with general facility needs as they arise.
Responsibilities:The following reflects management’s definition of essential functions for this job but does not restrict the tasks that may be assigned. Management may assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions.
- Complete bed count list before the end of each shift and review with staff for next shift
- Participate and be present for triage sessions
- Conduct at least 9 rounds per shift and complete the necessary documentation of observations during each round
- Compose triage reports on the behaviors and needs of each resident
- Monitor chore assignment and completion, informing providers of any resistance or lack of participation
- Recommend residents for thanks, “kudos” who go above and beyond to improve the community
- Monitor resident messages and mail
- Inventory supplies and set up for next shift
- Assist in cleaning and keeping the facility organized
- Monitor basic hygiene with clients
- Answer phones and take messages as needed
- If assigned to Cottage Health contacts, monitor the main phone line and respond to any inquiries from Cottage Health.
- Refer to Team Leader or resident’s provider for crisis and suicide risk assessment, provide appropriate interventions and consult with supervisor, complete critical incident reporting with 24 hours as required per contract and PATH policies.
- Provide crisis intervention services focused on enhancing the clients’ ability to independently problem solve, use effective coping skills, and manage own care.
- Use evidence-based practices in service delivery such as intensive case management, Motivational Interviewing and Harm Reduction.
- Complete progress notes on every face to face/ telephone contact with client or collateral contact by the end of each shift.
- Meet with Team Leader weekly for supervision.
- Homeless services, case management, mental health and permanent supportive housing experience preferred.
- Flexible work schedule to include some evenings and/or weekends
- Must possess a high level of tolerance and understanding for individuals who present for services with urgent multiple case management and health needs.
- Ability to provide community and in-home based services on a regular basis.
- Current Basic Life Support (BLS) certification.
- Strong communication skills.
- Highly motivated self- starter with the ability to coordinate multiple projects simultaneously in a high pressure environment.
- Employment Eligibility Verification
- Reliable transportation
- Current automobile insurance
- Updated tuberculosis test
- Successful completion of background screening
- Able to obtain First Aid/CPR certification as provided by PATH
- Driving is an essential function of this position
- Must have Valid CA Driver's License
- Must provide proof of insurance coverage
- Must be able to qualify for PATH insurance coverage
The employee may be in contact with individuals and families in crisis who may be ill, using alcohol and drugs, and who may not be attentive to basic personal hygiene, health and safety practices. The employee may experience a number of unpleasant sensory demands associated with the client’s use of alcohol and drugs, and lack of personal hygiene. The employee must be ready to respond quickly and effectively to many types of situations, including crisis situations and potentially hostile situations. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate in an office setting. Sometimes work may become stressful when working under pressure.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand, sit, walk, stoop, talk, hear, reach above and below shoulders; use hand and finger dexterity, keyboarding and making and receiving telephone calls. The employee may be required on occasion to lift and or carry up to 20 lbs.
PATH (People Assisting The Homeless) provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, PATH complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.
How to apply Please visit the Path Career Site to apply online. Search for Job #1125 to submit your application. A resume is required
Monitor Tech - Telemetry Command Center
OCC Project - Monitor (9/19)
Behavioral Health System Baltimore (BHSB) is seeking candidates for the position of OCC Project - Monitor, to work full time out of our Baltimore City, MD office. The position is part of the organization’s Clinical Services team. The OCC Project - Monitor coordinates and oversees service delivery for the Outpatient Civil Commitment (OCC) pilot project which engages consumers ordered to involuntary outpatient treatment as a condition of release from inpatient civil commitment and those who choose OCC services voluntarily. This is a pilot project in Baltimore city, and as such requires specific knowledge and skills related to project start up. This position will involve monitoring and evaluation of provider performance and progress of individuals served, working in close collaboration with providers with regard to the engagement with and service delivery for consumers in the programs.
This position works within the Programs department, which develops and manages a range of early intervention, treatment and recovery services for individuals and families with mental illness and/or substance use disorders. The department oversees services within the larger Medicaid fee-for-service system, as well as those directly funded by BHSB through private and public grants, including child and family services, peer support services, medication-assisted treatment, criminal justice diversion, and crisis services for youth and adults. The team collaborates with providers, city and state agencies, and other system partners to implement best practice programming and new or innovative pilots.
Leadership and Strategic Direction:
- Engage in strategic planning in collaboration with colleagues, treatment providers and community stakeholders to develop and implement strategies for enhancing access to and the quality of care provided in the Public Behavioral Health System.
- Participate in and/or organize/facilitate internal or external committees or teams as indicated.
- Actively contribute to the organization’s work with forward thinking in evaluating areas of service, systems and partnerships, both internally and externally, and provide input to areas of potential value.
- Evaluate and review service delivery system methods and recommending changes when warranted
Accountability and Relationship Development:
- Ensure effective service delivery for consumers receiving services through the OCC pilot project
- Review and evaluate service delivery system methods and recommend changes when warranted
- Provide assistance to and maintain effective working relationships with OCC service providers, Administrative Law Judges, and other OCC project partners
- Coordinate crisis management services as needed ensuring the public behavioral health system is accountable to meeting the needs of the consumer
- Facilitate communication between community providers and other stakeholders about relevant issues and information
- Review and evaluate information on service delivery system outputs and activities to identify gaps in resources and recommend improvements
- Prepare project reports and correspondence as needed
- Develop data collection tools, documentation and other forms as needed
- Review and determine initial eligibility for OCC referrals; and assist hospitals with scheduling OCC hearings
- Provide education to hospitals and other community partners regarding OCC; create education tools/documents as needed
- Work effectively and collaboratively with others, both internally and externally.
- Serve as part of BHSB’s disaster response team as needed, in any capacity that is needed.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Possession of Master’s Degree in social work, counseling/psychology, human services, public health, public administration or allied health field and five years’ experience in behavioral health or a related field.
- Licensure required:LGPC, LGSW, LCPC, LCSW-C
- Knowledge of regulations, legislation, current developments and evidence based practices within behavioral service system.
- Knowledge of resources available to internal and external partners within the public behavioral health system.
- Demonstrate cultural competence and a commitment to Equity.
- Must be able to express self adequately in written and oral communication and to communicate effectively in an interdisciplinary, culturally diverse setting with staff, stakeholders, and regulatory agencies.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Ability to interact with leadership in Baltimore City.
- Ability to work effectively with community organizations, community leaders, service providers, consumers and their family members and other stakeholders.
- Knowledge of how services are delivered within the public behavioral health system.
- Intermediate to advanced expertise in using technology to support work processes, including but not limited to Microsoft 365 programs.
- Knowledge of the needs of individuals with serious mental illness.
- Ability to analyze service delivery and administrative problems, generate and evaluate alternatives, formulate recommendations and institute effective solutions.
- Knowledge of principles of consumer centered treatment planning.
- Ability to form strong working relationships with a wide range of operational partners.
- Ability to travel locally 50% of the time is required.
- Strong clinical assessment and treatment planning skills.
- Ability to work in a professional, confidential, and collaborative capacity.
- Ability to resolve complex issues and prioritize tasks.
BHSB offers its employees a competitive benefits plan which includes and is not restricted to comprehensive Medical and HRA, Dental and Vision coverage, as well as a choice of four FSA plans and an employee paid Legal benefit. BHSB offers employer paid life insurance, short-term and long-term disability as well as a 403(b) plan and generous PTO.
Behavioral Health System Baltimore is a nonprofit organization that provides leadership in advancing behavioral health and wellness. We advocate for and help guide innovative approaches to prevention, early intervention, treatment and recovery to help build healthier individuals, stronger families and safer communities.
BHSB’s mission is to develop, implement and align resources, programs and policies that support the behavioral health and wellness of individuals, families and communities. BHSB envisions a city where people live and thrive in communities that promote and support behavioral health and wellness. BHSB strives to embody Integrity, Equity, Innovation, Collaboration and Quality in all of our work. We work to demonstrate cultural competence and a commitment to the infusion of equity and inclusion principles into all areas of our work.
visit us at: http://www.bhsbaltimore.org/
BHSB respects and values diversity and is committed to creating a culture that is inclusive. BHSB is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status or any other legally protected class.
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