*Group Home Behavioral Specialist (Part-time) –Nights, Overnights, and Weekends
Provide milieu coverage and direct supervision of teenage male clients in a group home environment, developing and facilitating groups, managing the group home milieu, maintaining a positive behavioral system, transportation of clients, and maintaining appropriate documentation.
Transportation of youth.
Monitoring the whereabouts and activities of youth to ensure their safety and well being.
Supervise activities of youth to promote positive development and productive use of their time.
Provide direction in accordance with the Group Home Plan and Level System.
Provide a nurturing environment conducive to emotional growth of the designated youth.
Discuss issues relating to the youth pertaining to daily activities.
Assist youth in developing acceptable social relationships.
Assign youth chores.
Assist in housekeeping, food purchase and food preparation.
Coordinate and supervise recreational and cultural activities.
Maintain required documentation
Work cooperatively with staff, community groups, and placing agencies.
Attend and participate in agency staff meetings, in service trainings, and case reviews.
Accountable for proper usage of all agency and client funds.
Proper use of the agency van.
All other duties as assigned by the Group Home Program Manager.
Must be at least 21 years old
Must have a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Service Field
Must have experience in working with youth in crisis
Must have a valid drivers license and auto insurance
Previous group home experience highly recommended
See our website at 360youthservices.org for more info.
Additional Salary Information: Final Salary determination is based on education and experience.
360 Youth Services provides life-changing services through prevention education, counseling and shelter. We are preparing to celebrate 45 years of helping and supporting youth and their families in Dupage and surrounding counties.