Youth Leader Job Description Sample
ASP Youth Leader
JOB SUMMARY: Salt Lake County Youth Services is looking for a diverse group of enthusiastic individuals with a passion for working with teens in our Afterschool Programs in Kearns, West Valley City, and Magna for the 2017-2018 school year.
The Afterschool Programs provide a safe, nurturing, and educational environment that encourages youth to become active and productive community members. Hours: Monday-Thursday 2:00 pm -- 5:30 pm and Fridays 12:00 pm -- 4:00 pm, hours may vary Salary: Starting at $11.10/hour Bilingual preferred MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 1.
Strong communication skills with the ability to effectively communicate with diverse populations (youth and adults) from different social and ethnic backgrounds. 2. High school graduate or equivalent and at least 21 years of age. 3. Experience in working with youth and/or other related experience. 4.
Ability to create and facilitate skill-based and project-based classes, such as art, dance, life skills and recreation. 5. Ability to help create a safe and inclusive environment for youth and adults. 6.
Ability to demonstrate group management skills and techniques. 7.
Effective conflict resolution skills. 8. Ability to interact with both youth and adults in a nonjudgmental atmosphere. 9.
Possession of a valid Utah Driver's License and the possibility of completing a Defensive Driving Course after employment.
TYPICAL DUTIES: 1. Plan and implement daily activities according to program needs. Participate in all activities with youth and assist coordinator. 2.
Prepare quarterly curriculum. Facilitate skill-based and project-based group activities for youth. 3. Communicate and enforce program rules and code of conduct.
Advise youth and adults regarding rule infraction and consequences. 4. Provide leadership to youth engaged in program activities. 5. Follow program procedures to safeguard health, safety, and well-being of participants. 6.
Assist in providing daily snacks. 7. Attend weekly staff meetings, training sessions and monthly all-staff meetings as scheduled. 8. Develop and maintain cooperative relationship with students' families and school personnel. 9.
Provide a safe and healthy environment for program participants. 10. Maintain attendance records as required by program. 11. Report daily to Program Coordinator.
TEMPORARY POSITIONS: An "At Will", FLSA non-exempt employee who is not eligible for County benefits and who must work an average of less than 28 hours per week OR an average of less than 126 hours per month.
Must work less than 28 hours per week or less than an average of 126 hours per month.
Are not eligible for County benefits except as otherwise provided for by policy.
Are not considered merit employees.
Are "at will" employees who may be terminated for any reason, without notice, and without a pre-termination hearing. Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled Salt Lake County YOUTH SERVICES-1366
Cadre Worker 1 / Youth Leader - YCA Milledgeville
This announcement may be used to fill all current or future full-time and part-time openings at Youth Challenge Academy Milledgeville. * The purpose of the Youth Challenge Program (YCP) is to recruit, enroll, and train at-risk youth who have left high school without a diploma (dropouts or expulsions) to complete work on their General Educational Development (GED) Diploma, and to receive life skills training. The program is structured similar to a US Army basic training company, providing military structure and discipline, drill and ceremony, self-control and motivation.
Eight core components form the basis of the curriculum: academic excellence; life coping skills; vocational training; responsible citizenship; leader/followership; health, hygiene and sex education; physical fitness; and, community involvement/community service projects. The program is drug-free, gang-free, and tobacco-free. The 22-week residential program ensures a safe, secure environment where the eight core components can be achieved through individualized instruction.
In addition, 40 hours of service learning is required of all cadets in order to graduate. The majority of the graduates continue on to post secondary school education, vocational-technical training, full-time employment, military enlistment, or some combination of these. With campuses at Fort Stewart in Hinesville, Fort Gordon in Augusta, plus a third campus in Milledgeville, Georgia’s YCP is one of the most successful “at-risk” youth programs in the nation, graduating over 14,000 cadets since the program’s inception in 1993. SPECIFIC DUTIES OF A YOUTH LEADER / CADRE WORKER: Supervises and trains youth in a quasi-military style program of physical training, character development, and general education.
Assists in the monitoring, training, disciplining, and supervision of cadets. Provides a safe and clean environment, security, non-professional counseling services, and on-site crisis intervention. Documents student progress and encourages cadets in order to enhance motivation.
The selected candidate must be willing to work a flexible schedule when needed, which may include evenings, weekends or additional hours. Applicant is required to maintain a valid driver's license. NOTE: The Georgia Department of Defense has determined that “GENDER IS A BONA FIDE OCCUPATIONAL QUALIFICATION" for this job. Therefore, depending on the need created by a vacancy, hiring decisions will be gender specific.
Salary is dependent upon final rank achieved in military: * E4 or Correctional Officer $27,000 E5, O1-O2, W1-W2 $27,500 E-6, O3-O4, W3-W4 $28,000 E7, E8, or W5 $29,000 E9 $30,000Minimum Entry
High school diploma or GED and Three (3) years of honorable active duty AND copy of Form DD214 (Member 4 copy) or reserve component military service which included the attainment of an E4 or higher, OR One (1) year of experience as a Correctional Officer, Juvenile Correctional Officer or another P.O.S.T. certified position, OR Two years' experience at the level equivalent to Cadre Helper/Assistant Youth Leader. Additional
* Ability to instruct, perform and demonstrate physical training activities such as weight training, calisthenics, and two-mile runs; * Ability to obtain or possession of a valid Georgia Class B Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) with School Bus endorsement; * Ability to learn or sufficient knowledge to lead military drill and ceremony.
* Job Experience working with “at-risk” youth; * Skill in completing administrative activities to include proficiency in using Microsoft Office software; * Skill in swimming, climbing, and/or canoeing; * Associate’s Degree or higher; * CPR/First Aid certified. Additional Information: The selected applicant must pass a pre-employment background investigation, which includes a Georgia and national criminal records search, a pre-employment drug test (post-hire will be placed in the pool for the State Random Drug Testing Program), AND a post-employment federal background investigation. “AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER & DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE” Due to the volume of applications received, we are unable to provide information on application status by phone or e-mail. All qualified applicants will be considered, but may not necessarily receive an interview.
Selected applicants will be contacted by the hiring agency for next steps in the selection process. Applicants who are not selected will not receive notification. This position is subject to close at any time once a satisfactory applicant pool has been identified. High school diploma or GED AND Two years of honorable active duty AND copy of Form DD214 (Member 4 copy) or reserve component military service which included the attainment of an E3 or higher OR One year of experience as a Correctional Officer, Juvenile Correctional Officer or another P.O.S.T. certified position.
Organization:Ga. Dept. of Defense
Title:Cadre Worker 1 / Youth Leader - YCA Milledgeville
Recovery Youth Leader
##Job Description As a Recovery Youth Leader, you will Coordinator, he Recovery Youth Leader will help address the needs and goals of the Transitional Age Youth (TAY) population by participating in TAY seminars, trainings and events. The Recovery Youth Leader will facilitate events and programs of the Recovery Learning Center that will foster a warm and welcoming environment. The Recovery Youth Leader will also communicate, represent, and promote the Youth Peer movement within the RLC and facilitate Peer-run groups. Why Vinfen? We are committed to you! We offer great training, great benefits, career growth and job security! Our comprehensive and generous benefits package includes: * A fully funded, employer-sponsored retirement plan that requires no employee contribution as well as an employee-funded 403(b) plan
First-rate Medical, Dental and Vision plans that are open all employees scheduled to work 30 hours per week or more. Plus, we offer a generous employer contribution toward the cost of medical insurance! * Employer-paid Life, Accidental Death & Dismemberment and Long-Term Disability Insurance (no cost to you!) * Employer-paid Short-Term Disability Insurance along with the option to purchase additional, voluntary, Short-Term disability insurance
Flexible Spending Reimbursement Accounts (Health and Dependent care) * Voluntary Term, Whole Life, Accident and Critical Care Insurance
Generous paid time off (Employees scheduled to work 20 hours or more per week): * * 15 days of Vacation per year * 11 Paid Holidays * 10 Sick Days per year * 3 Personal Days per year
Educational Assistance and Remission Programs * $500 Employee Referral Bonus with no annual cap! * Other generous benefits including discounted YMCA memberships, access to discounted movie tickets and more! Founded in 1977, for 40 years Vinfen has been a leading nonprofit human services organization that "transforms lives" by building the capacity of individuals, families, organizations and communities to learn, thrive and achieve their goals. To learn more about Vinfen, and/or to apply to this or other Vinfen positions, please visit our website at www.vinfen.org/careers. My Job. My Community. My Vinfen. Vinfen is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status. Keywords: rehabilitation, social counselor, social worker, provider, social services provider, counselor, mental health, psychiatric, social services, mentor, counseling, social work, psychology, mental illness, mental health, psychiatric, outreach worker, outreach services, community based, human services, nonprofit, crisis, trauma, advocacy, recovery.
Associates or Bachelor's degree in Human Services and/or a Certified Peer Specialist certificate is preferred.
Lived experience of a psychiatric condition required.
Applicants must be of transitional age between 18-25.
Current or previous experience as a recipient of mental health services required.
Basic familiarity inclusive of ability to enter and access data/information.
Excellent interpersonal skills to instill confidence and to advocate for South East RLC participants.
All applicants must become CPR, First Aid certified within 2 weeks of employment and CPSS certified within 150 days of employment. All candidates must be able to successfully pass a CORI, reference, multi-state background and driving record check.
& Vehicle Requirements No license check or vehicle required
FULL-TIME:* Part time - Regular
Region:* South Shore
Pay Rate:* $12.00 / Hour
Standard Hours per Week:* 10
Children’S Activity Leader (Cal)/ Out Of School Time Youth Leader
This position is partially on call and does not have a set schedule or guaranteed hours for CAL hours. Shift times are between 8:30am-8:00pm, M-F and some Saturdays. FRC positions are funded through public grants and are often coordinated with other community partners. Continued funding for these grants positions are based on Human Options’ and our partner’s ability to secure additional funding at the end of each designated grant contract term.
The Children’s Activity Leader (CAL)/ Out of School Time (OST) Youth Leader plans and uses a structured age appropriate curriculum to assist children in building social, emotional, fine motor, gross motor, cognitive and language skills as well as tools specifically relevant to the population such as safety planning. This position requires a high level of self-awareness, interpersonal communication, organization, and flexibility. The OST Youth Leader plans, coordinates, recruits and facilitate group classes with designated curriculums like the Children’s Empowerment Group for minors between the ages of 6-11 and Safe Dates for teens ages 12-17.
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Essential Duties and
include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
- Implements children and adolescent curriculums such as Children’s Empowerment program and Safe Dates
- Conducts intakes and orients parent and child to group process
- Completes necessary outcome questionnaires or pre post test data as required
- Maintain attendance records of participants
- Provides oversight of the children’s group process and utilizes a structured and positive approach
- Provides on-going support to parents, provides parents with feedback on child’s interaction in group process (as applicable)
- Model what a safe adult is by being a dependable person and lead by example by creating a predictable environment for the minor
- Maintain an environment that is appropriate to the physical, social, and emotional development of minor
- Maintain a safe environment based on safety guidelines and policies set by the program/site
- Observe and monitor children’s play activities during CAL assignments
- Assist in the set up and cleaning of childcare rooms/area(s). Sanitize toys and play equipment
- Work cooperatively and effectively as a team member
- Work cooperatively and effectively with volunteers
- Demonstrate behavior that is professional, ethical, and responsible
- Create and implement activities for children of all ages for the school year, special breaks, and summer months
- Understand the significant definitions, requirements and protections of the California Child Abuse & Neglect Reporting Act and file Child Abuse Reports as needed
- Abide by professional confidentiality guidelines by only sharing client information within the organization when it meets the need of the client
- Maintain confidentiality of HO residential program locations
- Assist with reporting, and record keeping
- General data input of weekly groups and monthly reports
- Complete HO incident reports if needed
- Attend all required staff meetings
- High school diploma or equivalent, twelve (12) units of child development or related work and one (1) year of experience working with children is required
- Proficiency in English is required and bilingual Spanish preferred
- One year of experience working with domestic violence population preferred
- Must have means of reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license and auto insurance to travel from site to site
- Good verbal and written communication skills
- Experience working in an early childhood, school age, and adolescent settings
- Experience working with persons from diverse culture and social economic backgrounds
- Ability to multitask and be creative with art projects, games and activities
- Basic computer skills –including experience with Microsoft Office, Excel, and Publisher
- Ability to maintain emotional control under stress
- Post-hiring completion of 40 hour domestic violence certification training
ADA Job Characteristics:
Work environment is primarily in an Emergency Shelter setting. Lift and carry up to 50 pounds up to waist length, extend both arms above the head and/or reach below the waist, stoop, squat, crawl, bend the back to open lower-level filing drawers, or to retrieve stored items, climb on stools, steps and/or ladders to dust, sweep and/or mop to clean. Able to play with minors on the floor. Sit and/or stand frequently. Use fine manipulation (hands and wrist) to operate a keyboard, take notes, complete and file reports, file and copy documents. Corrected vision to normal range. Speak in normal vocal tone and range, and communicate clearly and concisely to and with others. Apply normal reasoning and detail as required in the accomplishment of job duties.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Human Options began with three leaders Vivian Clecak, LCSW, Director of the Orange County Department of Mental Health in South Orange County, Carolyn Churm, Chairman of the Mental Health Advisory Board, and Margaret Thoreau, Vice Chairman, taking the lead in learning about domestic violence in Orange County. In 1981 a fourth founder, Anne Wright, joined them. Stunned by the stories they heard from clients and the awareness that one in four women is a victim of domestic violence at some point in her life, they dedicated themselves to making a difference.
From its earliest days, Human Options has been committed to innovation. We opened the first battered women's shelter in South Orange County, growing from a small grassroots agency to a multi-service, countywide program. We began the first domestic violence prevention program for teens in local high schools in 1984 and the first transitional housing program in Orange County in 1993. We also developed the only program in Orange County dedicated to serving seniors who are victims of family violence.
We have been leaders in partnerships for early intervention and prevention. Our educational programs have impacted major health systems, and our legal advocacy program guides clients through complex legal issues. From the beginning we provided counseling programs for women and children and we have continued to strengthen our services to help clients heal from the trauma of domestic violence. Today, our mission and vision remain strong.
Mission: Human Options provides safe haven and life changing programs to help abused women, their children and families rebuild their lives and works with the community to break the cycle of domestic violence.
Vision: A world in which no woman or child should ever feel afraid in her/his home.
To date we have served:
More than 32,419 individuals in our counseling and shelter programs
More than 70,984 hotline callers and crises
More than 328,288 individuals in our prevention programs
Youth Leader Mobile Rec
Youth Leader Mobile Rec Print Apply Youth Leader Mobile Rec Salary $8.75 - $11.00 Hourly Location Boise, ID Job Type Temporary Department Mobile Recreation Job Number 04572 Closing 3/5/2018 5:00 PM Mountain
Questions Summary Statement Assists with and supervises youth in recreation programs offered by a Mobile Recreation Unit. Interacts with the public and provides instruction and information on a variety of topics.
Works independently with limited supervision. This position is designated as At-Will and will work Mon-Fri from 11am
6pm. Essential Functions Drives an oversized vehicle to a different school, park or community location each day.
Prepares program equipment and supplies. Engages youth in fitness, artistic and educational activities. Ensures the safety of program participants. (75%) Assists with the maintenance and upkeep of program equipment. (15%) Critiques and provides input on activities and helps prepare new lessons and activities.
Maintains files with information on program participants. (10%) Performs other duties as assigned. Nothing in this job description restricts management's right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this position at any time. Total Percentage = 100% Requirements Required Knowledge, Experience, And Training Requires education and/or experience to attain the following:
One year experience volunteering or working with youth in a daycare, sports league, afterschool program or similar environment and a high school diploma, GED or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience. Ability to provide basic instruction to youth; participate in mild-to-moderate recreational activities/sports; recognize and redirect misbehavior; interact with the public and co-workers in a friendly and professional manner; display an attitude of cooperation and work harmoniously with all levels of City employees, the general public and other organizations; communicate effectively in the English language at a level necessary for efficient job performance; complete assignments in a timely fashion; understand and comply with all rules, policies and regulations; maintain prompt and regular attendance; perform all essential and marginal functions as assigned by an authorized employee, supervisor and/or manager with or without a reasonable accommodation. Individuals must be capable of operating vehicles safely and have an acceptable driving record.
Preferred Knowledge, Experience, And Training Two years' experience working with youth as a coach, instructor, teacher's aide, or nanny; current CPR/First Aid certification. Licensing And Other Requirements Valid Idaho driver's license. Special Requirements All applicants must be able to successfully pass City of Boise background check processes which include reference checks and criminal history checks.
Applicants must be able to pass, or have: Driving Record Check Drug Free Workplace: In accordance with the City of Boise Drug Free Workplace Regulation, this position is designated as safety sensitive and is subject to testing requirements including Post Offer Applicant Testing, Random Testing, Reasonable Suspicion, Post
Accident, etc. Applicants will be required to submit to screening for illegal drug use prior to hire.
Appointment to this position is contingent upon a negative pre-employment drug test. This position has responsibilities that require the person to work with minors or individuals with disabilities. Working Conditions The physical effort characteristics and working environment described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Physical Efforts While performing the duties of this job the employee is frequently lifting/carrying up to 35 lbs. Also the employee is frequently pushing/pulling up to 50 lbs.
The noise level is occasionally loud. Work includes sensory ability to talk, hear, touch and feel. Work in this position also includes close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision and depth perception.
Employees will stand, walk, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, reach and grasp. Position requires hand/finger dexterity. Working Environment The work environment will include inside conditions, outdoor weather conditions, in wet, humid conditions.
Employees will also drive a vehicle as part of this position. All temporary or part-time employees working 19 hours or less are not eligible for benefits. Please visit our website for further details www.cityofboise.org
RLC Peer Youth Leader - Mental Health
Position No.2212RLCPYL Req No.17-0109 TitleRLC Peer Youth Leader - Mental Health LocationTaunton Recovery Learn CityTaunton Pay Range13/hr Scheduled Hours10 Scheduleflexible Company Info Join BAMSI's Recovery Learning Center as a Peer Mental Health Youth Leader helping to support, expand, and enhance the capacity of the Southeast Recovery Learning Center (SERLC) to address the needs and goals of the Transitional Age Youth (TAY) population. Peer Youth leaders will assist in maintaining a resource library, assist in the collection and reporting of data, facilitate events and programs of the SERLC, foster a warm and welcoming environment, communicate, represent, and promote the peer perspective in the SERLC and facilitate peer-run groups.
The SERLC is an entirely peer-run community dedicated to providing support, education and advocacy by providing opportunities and resources to assist individuals in finding their own path to mental health recovery. Due to the peer-ran nature of this program, candidates must have current or previous experience as a recipient of mental health services and be within the age of 18-28.A high school diploma or GED is required. Certified Peer Specialist (CPS) is preferred.
Position will cover groups and outreach in both Brockton and Taunton Description General Statement of Duties: To support, expand, and enhance the capacity of the Southeast Recovery Learning Community (SERLC) to address the needs and goals of the Transitional Age Youth (TAY) population. Peer Youth Leaders will assist in maintaining a resource library, assist in the collection and reporting of data, facilitate events and programs of the SERLC, foster a warm and welcoming environment, communicate, represent, and promote the peer perspective in the SERLC and facilitate peer-run groups.
Essential Functions: 1. Provides on-going health education, emotional support and encouragement to SERLC participants. 2. Provides assistance in the development of reports and collection of data. 3.
Attends and participates in social events, trainings and workshops within the mental health system, especially as it pertains to Transitional Age Youth. 4. Helps to facilitate events and training sessions within the SERLC, especially as it pertains to Transitional Age Youth. 5. Informs, supports and empowers peers receiving mental health services.
Acts consistently in a manner that demonstrates dignity and respect for peers. Acts in a calm, gentle manner and treats all peers and professionals alike with respect. Acts as role model, sharing personal strengths and skills and promoting hope in recovery. 6.
Maintains knowledge of current available resources and information through department communications, published literature, and other available sources. Assists in maintaining resource library stocked and up-to-date. 7. Conforms to agency standards of performance and conduct, including those pertaining to rights, so that the best possible customer service and individual care may be provided. 8.
Utilizes agency’s behavioral standards as the basis for decision making and to support the department and agency’s mission and goals. 9. Follows established safety standards, maintaining universal precautions at all times. 10. Other duties as needed. Requirements
Must be a transitional age youth (18-28)
Current or Previous experience as a recipient of mental health services required
High school diploma or GED required. Associate's or Bachelor's degree in human services preferred.
Certified Peer Specialist (CPS) preferred
Basic familiarity inclusive of ability to enter and access data/information
Excellent interpersonal skills to instill confidence and to advocate for SERLC participants
Cutural sensitivity and comfort with a wide range of social, racial, and ethnic populations.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor's legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)
This position supports the work of the Y, a leading nonprofit committed to strengthening community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Youth Leaders develop a welcoming and nurturing environment for students by implementing Developmental Assets and YMCA Character Development principles on a daily basis. Schedule is Mon-Fri, 3:30-6:30pm, with the possibility of extra hours as times. + + Implements curriculum within the established guidelines.
Nurtures participants through purposeful programming dedicated to building achievement and belonging in accordance with Positive Youth Development best practices.
Supervises the children, site, and all activities including ADA accommodations where appropriate. Follows all procedures and standards.
Makes ongoing, systematic observations and evaluations of each participant.
Cultivates positive relationships with participants and parents. Engages parents as volunteers and connects them to the YMCA.
Supports program activities, actively engages with supervisor and partners during staff meetings and training.
Maintains a clean and safe program site and equipment.
Maintains required program records.
Actively participates in program and branch meetings and trainings.
Performs other duties as assigned. YMCA COMPETENCIES (Leader) Mission Advancement: Accepts and demonstrates the Y’s values. Demonstrates a desire to serve others and fulfill community needs. Recruits volunteers and builds effective, supportive working relationships with them. Supports fund-raising. Collaboration: Works effectively with people of different backgrounds, abilities, opinions, and perceptions. Builds rapport and relates well to others. Seeks first to understand the other person’s point of view, and remains calm in challenging situations. Listens for understanding and meaning; speaks and writes effectively. Takes initiative to assist in developing others. Operational Effectiveness: Makes sound judgments, and transfers learning from one situation to another. Embraces new approaches and discovers ideas to create a better member experience. Establishes goals, clarifies tasks, plans work and actively participates in meetings. Follows budgeting policies and procedures, and reports all financial irregularities immediately. Strives to meet or exceed goals and deliver a high-value experience for members. Personal Growth: Pursues self-development that enhances job performance. Demonstrates an openness to change, and seeks opportunities in the change process. Accurately assesses personal feelings, strengths and limitations and how they impact relationships. Has the functional and technical knowledge and skills required to perform well; uses best practices and demonstrates up-to-date knowledge and skills in technology. + + Must be at least 17 years of age with high school diploma or equivalent.
Education and/or experience working with school-age children 12 and over preferred.
Experience working with children in a developmental setting preferred.
Ability to plan, organize and implement age-appropriate/developmentally appropriate program activities.
Complete within 30 days of hire: Child Abuse Prevention Training; BLS CPR; First Aid; Emergency Oxygen Administration
Completion of YMCA program-specific training &/or certifications.
Ability to relate effectively to and develop meaningful relationships with diverse groups of people from all social and economic segments of the community, including ADA compliance. Successful clearance of background check. WORK ENVIRONMENT & PHYSICAL DEMANDS
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.
Classroom/recreational environment. Intermittent sitting, standing, walking and playing with children at their level are required.
Sufficient strength, agility and mobility to perform essential functions and to supervise program.
Hours will include evening and weekend work.
Reliable transportation and travel among local branches and off-site facilities required. The YMCA of Greater Omaha is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Req No.: 2018-2643 External Company URL: http://metroymca.org/
Kids Cafe Program Youth Leader (Part-Time)
Overview The Salvation Army is Hiring! The Kids Cafe After School Program is currently seeking part-time Youth Leaders to work Monday through Friday, 2:00pm to 6:00pm. This program provides a safe drug-free environment, academic help, and life skills training for school age children. The ideal candidate is creative and compassionate, with a history of academic excellence. Responsibilities
Supervise children in accordance with the Office of Children and Family Services regulations (Section 414)
Implementation and supervision of those activities assigned by the Kids Café Program Director or Site Assistant.
Complete and implement lesson plan for activities.
Help children with homework.
Monitor meals and teach appropriate table manners.
Implementation of the Kids’ Café Program Health Plan, including daily health check, basic first aid, and familiarity with the emergency procedures (according to the Kids Café Program Evacuation Plan and Child’s Medical Release form).
Familiarity with Kids Café Program forms and the proper use of such forms (attendance sheets, Incident Report, Behavioral Support Plans, etc.) as well as policies included in the parent information handbook.
Behavior management for children under your care.
Responsibilities of a mandated reporter of NYS.
Submission to the Staff Supervision Policy.
Maintain cleanliness in areas designated for the children.
Be available and flexible to help in other areas. Qualifications
High School Diploma or equivalent required
Prior experience working with children
Good communication skills to include verbal and written
Good organizational skills Job ID2017-3764 CategorySocial Services TypeRegular Part-Time
Kids IN Action Youth Camp Leader
City of Missoula (Parks and Recreation) is seeking a KIDS IN ACTION YOUTH CAMP LEADER (Intermittent Position). High school diploma or equivalent required, some college education preferred. Previous experience working with youth required; coursework or experience with youth programs, recreational and leisure activities preferred.
Must have or be able to obtain Child and Adult CPR certification and first aid before beginning work with children. A current Montana driver's license is required. Must be motivated, energetic and mature individual prepared to work with youth outside during the summer months.
This position organizes, implements and supervises specialized youth camp programs in a fun and safe environment. Includes direct supervision of games, sports, arts, crafts and outdoor activities. Requires the ability to interact positively as an effective member of a hard-working team.
Pay is $10.60/hr. CLOSE DATE: 04/13/18 ...TS
Youth Child Care Leader (For Youth Under 18)
Assist in providing a safe/enriching environment for youth (infants to age 10) in Rec Center Kid Zone Child Care Program.Req: 1 year exp working w/kids in organized rec or child care setting. Good cust svc.
Obtain CPR, 1st Aid & complete Child Dev course from approved list within 1 mo. of hire. Rate: $10/hr DOE Schedule incl. evenings, weekends & holidays.
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