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Full Time
Phelan, CA
Posted 5 days ago

POSITION: Our Stay Lead Youth Advocate

REPORTS TO: Shelter Manager

LOCATION: Phelan, San Bernardino County, CA

HOURS: We are looking to fill a full-time and a full-time Lead Advocate position. Hours will fluctuate based on needs of clients, evenings, graveyards and weekends will be required.

BASIC DUTIES: The Lead Advocate is expected to provide nurturing care and management of youth in every living requirement. Duties include but not limited to: completing intake and discharge paperwork, supervising recreational activities, supervising and helping with daily chores, participating in group outings, coordinating with volunteers, and maintaining client files. The Lead Youth Advocate assures that a positive, non-coercive, non-punitive and strength-based therapeutic milieu is maintained so that all children are treated with dignity and respect and are able to progress toward being safe and thriving physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

HOW TO APPLY: All interested candidates are encouraged to send their resumes with a cover letter to HR Department, via email HR@familyassist.org

SURVIVORS ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

DIRECT DUTIES
• Provides trauma-informed direct services to children including support, advocacy, crisis intervention, safety planning, parenting support, information, and referrals.
• Insures that all residents are closely monitored and supervised at all times.
• Participates in planning and implementing the activities of the shelter and individual residents.
• Insures that all specific duties unique to each work shift are completed (e.g., groups, laundry, meal duties, unit cleaning, etc.)
• Completes all required paperwork with clarity in a timely manner in line with program policies and procedures, including resident logs and incident reports.
• Maintains positive cooperative relationships will all team members.
• Makes appropriate decisions that assure children’s well-being and safety.
• Acts as a role model and sets example for team members regarding therapeutic intervention and caring for children.
• Reinforces program policies and procedures to direct the team decision making process.
• Directs and coordinates efforts of the team to assure that unit needs are met through appropriate staff assignments.
• Under the direction of the Manager, assists with the shadowing and orientation of new employees. This assistance includes answering questions, encouraging them to get involved, talking about the needs of children, explaining treatment approaches, and describing day to day processes and routines.
• Provides feedback to Manager regarding new employee performance and ongoing training needs.
• Regularly familiarizes self with information pertaining to the youth, unit dynamics, and activities by reading files, logs, unit calendar, etc.
• Must be able and willing to provide emergency hot-line counseling and suicide prevention support
• Supervise clients/volunteers in a positive, caring manner to make sure staff work together as a cohesive group
• Maintain confidentiality at all times regarding client and staff files and information about clients and/or staff
• Supervise, monitor and mentor youth clientele in a professional manner, in accordance with licensing (refer to Title 22) and policies of the agency; client safety is a priority and clients must be accounted for all times
• Facilitate groups with clients assigned by Shelter Manager
• Answer phones, take messages/make calls: follow up, referrals, parents / guardians

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
• High school diploma or equivalent.
• Must have a genuine respect for and interest in youth and their families.
• Ability to put into practice all aspects of Positive Youth Development (training will be provided) and demonstrate respect for client's rights and safety.
• Former Foster Youth is a plus, but must be at least 21 years old.
• Must attend orientation
• Ability to complete the required training and incorporate the techniques taught
• Must be able to pass CPR and First Aid Training
• Pass a physical and a TB Test.
• Pass a background check, and be open and honest about any convictions
• Excellent computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office.
• Must have a valid driver’s license and vehicle with a valid registration and insurance, have a good driving record, and be willing to travel between offices and units during the workday.
• Have received at least the first dose of Covid-19 vaccination at employment time.

Family Assistance Program is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment is based on experience, training, and ability work without regard to sex, sexual orientation, race, religion, creed, color, national origin, marital status, age, physical, mental, or sensory disability.

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POSITION: Our Stay Lead Youth Advocate REPORTS TO: Shelter Manager LOCATION: Phelan, San Bernardino County, CA HOURS: We are looking to fill a full-time and a full-time Lead Advocate position. Hours w...

Full Time, Part Time
San Bernardino, CA
Posted 5 days ago

POSITION: Youth Advocate – Our Stay Youth Shelter (San Bernardino)

HOURS: Full-Time/Part-Time

REPORTS TO: Shelter Manager

BASIC DUTIES: The Youth Advocate is expected to provide nurturing care and management of youth in everyday living requirement. Duties include but not limited to: completing intake and discharge paperwork, supervising recreational activities, supervising and helping with daily chores, participating in group outings, coordinating with volunteers, and maintaining client files.

HOW TO APPLY: All interested candidates are encouraged to send their resumes with a cover letter to Fatima Herrera, via email to fatima@familyassist.org

SURVIVORS ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

DIRECT DUTIES

· Must be able and willing to provide emergency hot-line counseling and suicide prevention support

· Supervise clients/volunteers in a positive, caring manner to make sure staff work together as a cohesive group

· Maintain confidentiality at all times regarding client and staff files and information about clients and/or staff

· Supervise, monitor and mentor youth clientele in a professional manner, in accordance with licensing (refer to Title 22) and policies of the agency; client safety is a priority and clients must be accounted for all times

· Facilitate groups with clients assigned by Shelter Manager

· Answer phones, take messages/make calls: follow up, referrals, parents / guardians

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

· High school diploma or equivalent.

· Must have a genuine respect for and interest in youth and their families.

· Ability to put into practice all aspects of Positive Youth Development (training will be provided) and demonstrate respect for client's rights and safety.

· Former Foster Youth is a plus, but must be at least 21 years old.

· Must attend orientation

· Ability to complete the required training and incorporate the techniques taught

· Must be able to pass CPR and First Aid Training

· Pass a physical and a TB Test.

· Pass a background check, and be open and honest about any convictions

· Excellent computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office.

· Must have a valid driver’s license and vehicle with a valid registration and insurance, have a good driving record, and be willing to travel between offices and units during the workday.

· Have received at least the first dose of Covid-19 vaccination at employment time.

Family Assistance Program is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment is based on experience, training, and ability work without regard to sex, sexual orientation, race, religion, creed, color, national origin, marital status, age, physical, mental, or sensory disability.

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POSITION: Youth Advocate – Our Stay Youth Shelter (San Bernardino) HOURS: Full-Time/Part-Time REPORTS TO: Shelter Manager BASIC DUTIES: The Youth Advocate is expected to provide nurturing care and m...

Full Time
San Bernardino, CA
Posted 1 week ago

POSITION: Maintenance Worker - San Bernardino

REPORTS TO: Maintenance Manager

Hours: Full- Time

Send Resume to: hr@familyassist.org

Hourly Rate: $18 - $20 based on experience

BASIC DUTIES: General maintenance and minor repairs at agency facilities while maintaining a clean, comfortable, and safe environment for both staff and clients. Pick- up and deliver donations as needed and help clients move in/out of housing.

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

CLIENT SERVICES

· Light household maintenance and minor repairs as needed.

· Cleaning parking lots and grounds of litter.

· Lawn care including mowing, raking, watering, etc.

· Pick-up and delivery of household items.

· Assist with client moves.

· Sort donations as needed

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

· Must be able to maintain confidentiality.

· Must be able to work efficiently, independently, function with minimal supervision, and work as a team.

· Basic knowledge of household maintenance, building repairs, cleaning, and other maintenance work.

· Have basic maintenance/repair tools (hammer, screwdriver, etc.).

· Ability to lift 50+ pounds.

· Have safe and reliable transportation (truck/van preferred)

· Pass a background check, and be open and honest about any convictions.

· Must have a valid driver’s license and vehicle with a valid registration and insurance, have a good driving record, and be willing to travel between offices and units during the workday.

· Have received at least the first dose of Covid-19 vaccination at employment time.

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POSITION: Maintenance Worker – San Bernardino REPORTS TO: Maintenance Manager Hours: Full- Time Send Resume to: hr@familyassist.org Hourly Rate: $18 – $20 based on experience BASIC DUTIES:...

Full Time
San Bernardino, CA
Posted 4 weeks ago

POSITION: Volunteer Coordinator

REPORTS TO: Supervisor Human Advocate Supervisor

HOURS: This is a full-time position. Hours will fluctuate based on needs of programs with some evenings and weekends will be required.

SALARY: Range is $18 to $20.00 an hour depending on experience, 10 paid vacation days annually, 10 paid holidays plus employee health insurance plan.

BASIC DUTIES: Recruit, train and supervise volunteers to help victims of human trafficking.

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

CLIENT SERVICES

· Work with Human Trafficking Advocates to identify and train volunteers.

· Work with Human Trafficking Advocates to coordinate volunteer duties.

· Plan and coordinate booths at local events to educate the community.

· Develop relationships with local organizations with potential volunteers.

ADDITIONAL DUTIES

· Speak at local events and to community groups.

· Training events on human trafficking for community partners.

· Facilitate quarterly 40-hour HT trainings in community.

· Work closely with Community Outreach Coordinator to recruit volunteers.

· Complete weekly and monthly program reports.

· Track donors and sponsors in data base.

· Responsible for Social Media content for Open Door.

· Positively promote the agency in the community.

· Other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

· Understanding of human trafficking

· Detailed knowledge of volunteer recruitment and retention.

· Excellent public speaking skills

· Completion of the 40-hour Human Trafficking Advocate Training

· Strong computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office, Excel, Word.

· Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation

· Pass a background check

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POSITION: Volunteer Coordinator REPORTS TO: Supervisor Human Advocate Supervisor HOURS: This is a full-time position. Hours will fluctuate based on needs of programs with some evenings and weekends wi...

Full Time
San Bernardino, CA
Posted 4 weeks ago

POSITION: Financial Empowerment Advocate/DV Advocate

REPORTS TO: Human Trafficking Program Manager

HOURS: This is a full-time position.

BASIC DUTIES: 20 hours a week: Conduct weekly financial education lessons through face-to-face and web-based (Zoom) classrooms. Be able to comprehend and effectively implement financial learning curriculums in an educational environment. Provide weekly one-on-one financial coaching and personal support to clients.

20 hours a week DV Advocate at CFS Office: Assist CFS clients with domestic violence education and resources. Attend CFT meetings, home visits with DV clients and CFS court. DV Advocate will also provide crisis intervention, safety planning and needs evaluations as needed.

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

Direct Duties for Financial Empowerment Advocate

· Conduct weekly financial literacy classes, in-person and online through Zoom

· Facilitate tests and quizzes to assess information retention measure knowledge outcomes

· Use financial assessment tools to help clients better understand their individual needs

· Provide weekly one-on-one goal-based financial help

· Offer direct personal support to keep client motivated to reach their financial goals

· Positively promote the agency in the community

· Prepare and submit reports as needed

· Other duties as assigned

Direct Duties for Domestic Violence Advocate

· Conduct meetings with DV clients at CFS Central office.

· Provide education on domestic violence

· Give appropriate referrals for shelters, restraining orders and other needs

· Crisis counseling as needed, complete safety planning with clients

· Prepare and submit reports when needed

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

· Strong communication skills

· 40 Hour Domestic Violence training certificate

· Strong organizational skills

· Desire to teach others

· Be enthusiastic and engaging

· Be a positive example and role model

· Ability to work under pressure

· Ability to meet deadlines

Family Assistance Program is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment is based on experience, training, and ability work without regard to sex, sexual orientation, race, religion, creed, color, national origin, marital status, age, physical, mental, or sensory disability.

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POSITION: Financial Empowerment Advocate/DV Advocate REPORTS TO: Human Trafficking Program Manager HOURS: This is a full-time position. BASIC DUTIES: 20 hours a week: Conduct weekly financial educatio...

Full Time, Part Time
Phelan, CA
Posted 4 weeks ago

POSITION: Youth Advocate – Our Place Youth Shelter (Phelan)

HOURS: Full-Time/Part-Time

REPORTS TO: Shelter Manager

BASIC DUTIES: The Youth Advocate is expected to provide nurturing care and management of youth in everyday living requirement. Duties include but not limited to: completing intake and discharge paperwork, supervising recreational activities, supervising and helping with daily chores, participating in group outings, coordinating with volunteers, and maintaining client files.

HOW TO APPLY: All interested candidates are encouraged to send their resumes with a cover letter to Fatima Herrera, via email to fatima@familyassist.org

SURVIVORS ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

DIRECT DUTIES

· Must be able and willing to provide emergency hot-line counseling and suicide prevention support

· Supervise clients/volunteers in a positive, caring manner to make sure staff work together as a cohesive group

· Maintain confidentiality at all times regarding client and staff files and information about clients and/or staff

· Supervise, monitor and mentor youth clientele in a professional manner, in accordance with licensing (refer to Title 22) and policies of the agency; client safety is a priority and clients must be accounted for all times

· Facilitate groups with clients assigned by Shelter Manager

· Answer phones, take messages/make calls: follow up, referrals, parents / guardians

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

· High school diploma or equivalent.

· Must have a genuine respect for and interest in youth and their families.

· Ability to put into practice all aspects of Positive Youth Development (training will be provided) and demonstrate respect for client's rights and safety.

· Former Foster Youth is a plus, but must be at least 21 years old.

· Must attend orientation

· Ability to complete the required training and incorporate the techniques taught

· Must be able to pass CPR and First Aid Training

· Pass a physical and a TB Test.

· Pass a background check, and be open and honest about any convictions

· Excellent computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office.

· Must have a valid driver’s license and vehicle with a valid registration and insurance, have a good driving record, and be willing to travel between offices and units during the workday.

· Have received at least the first dose of Covid-19 vaccination at employment time.

Family Assistance Program is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment is based on experience, training, and ability work without regard to sex, sexual orientation, race, religion, creed, color, national origin, marital status, age, physical, mental, or sensory disability

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POSITION: Youth Advocate – Our Place Youth Shelter (Phelan) HOURS: Full-Time/Part-Time REPORTS TO: Shelter Manager BASIC DUTIES: The Youth Advocate is expected to provide nurturing care and manageme...

Full Time
San Bernardino, CA
Posted 4 weeks ago

POSITION: Youth Shelter Manager

REPORTS TO: Program Administrator

BASIC DUTIES: Coordinates and implements directives to oversee the youth shelter’s staff and services, managing day-to-day activities and operations of the shelter, and ensuring the cohesive implementation of residential client services. Ensures the shelter facility and operations maintain compliance with agency policies and procedures, local, state, contractual, and licensing mandated regulations.

HOW TO APPLY: All interested candidates are encouraged to send their resumes with a cover letter to Fatima Herrera, via email to fatima@familyassist.org

SURVIVORS ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

STAFF SUPERVISION

· Responsible and accountable for all daily operations that take place at the shelter.

· Supervises staff to ensure accomplishment of grant-stated program goals and objectives.

· Ensures that staff meets all agency and licensing personnel requirements to work in the facility.

· Directs, reviews and monitors each shift worked daily to ensure program/operational compliance, quality services provision, and appropriate client file documentation.

· Completes staff evaluations and ensures that new staff are scheduled for appropriate on-the-job training.

· Ensures all staff meets yearly training requirements required by CCL.

· Recruits, supervises and recognizes direct report and volunteers; terminates staff and volunteers as necessary.

CLIENT SERVICES

· Manages and evaluates operations (i.e. client intake, shelter file documentation, program development, data collection, reporting, staff scheduling, and staff assignments) to ensure compliance with Community Care Licensing (CCL) Title 22 Group Home Regulations, alignment with EOC and Sanctuary and youth services program objectives, and overall effectiveness of operations and service delivery.

· Conducts client intakes and check-outs. Assess immediate crisis needs of clients.

· Documents shelter happenings and client activities as necessary.

· Oversees shelter environment and activities, facilities problem solving for in-house conflicts and crisis, encourages and models appropriate shelter interactions.

· Ensures adequate food supply and oversees meal preparation as needed.

ADDITIONAL DUTIES

· Transport, accompany and support clients to appointments when needed.

· Oversee chore list and follow up on completion of chores

· Complete weekly and monthly program reports.

· Other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

· 3 years senior management experience.

· Strong communication and writing skills.

· Ability to work flexible hours.

· Pass a background check, and be open and honest about any convictions.

· Excellent computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office.

· Must have a valid driver’s license and vehicle with a valid registration and insurance, have a good driving record, and be willing to travel between offices and units during the workday.

· Have received at least the first dose of Covid-19 vaccination at employment time.

DESIRABLE

· Experience working with an ethnically diverse population and for a homeless and/or youth program highly preferred.

· Basic knowledge of welfare and Institutions Code and other laws affecting children and families in the state of California preferred.

Family Assistance Program is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment is based on experience, training, and ability work without regard to sex, sexual orientation, race, religion, creed, color, national origin, marital status, age, physical, mental, or sensory disability.

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POSITION: Youth Shelter Manager REPORTS TO: Program Administrator BASIC DUTIES: Coordinates and implements directives to oversee the youth shelter’s staff and services, managing day-to-day activitie...

Full Time
Mentone, CA
Posted 4 weeks ago

POSITION: Our House Lead Youth Advocate

REPORTS TO: Shelter Manager

LOCATION: Mentone, San Bernardino County, CA

HOURS: We are looking to fill a full-time and a full-time Lead Advocate position. Hours will fluctuate based on needs of clients, evenings, graveyards and weekends will be required.

BASIC DUTIES: The Lead Advocate is expected to provide nurturing care and management of youth in every living requirement. Duties include but not limited to: completing intake and discharge paperwork, supervising recreational activities, supervising and helping with daily chores, participating in group outings, coordinating with volunteers, and maintaining client files. The Lead Youth Advocate assures that a positive, non-coercive, non-punitive and strength-based therapeutic milieu is maintained so that all children are treated with dignity and respect and are able to progress toward being safe and thriving physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

HOW TO APPLY: All interested candidates are encouraged to send their resumes with a cover letter to HR Department, via email HR@familyassist.org

SURVIVORS ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

DIRECT DUTIES
• Provides trauma-informed direct services to children including support, advocacy, crisis intervention, safety planning, parenting support, information, and referrals.
• Insures that all residents are closely monitored and supervised at all times.
• Participates in planning and implementing the activities of the shelter and individual residents.
• Insures that all specific duties unique to each work shift are completed (e.g., groups, laundry, meal duties, unit cleaning, etc.)
• Completes all required paperwork with clarity in a timely manner in line with program policies and procedures, including resident logs and incident reports.
• Maintains positive cooperative relationships will all team members.
• Makes appropriate decisions that assure children’s well-being and safety.
• Acts as a role model and sets example for team members regarding therapeutic intervention and caring for children.
• Reinforces program policies and procedures to direct the team decision making process.
• Directs and coordinates efforts of the team to assure that unit needs are met through appropriate staff assignments.
• Under the direction of the Manager, assists with the shadowing and orientation of new employees. This assistance includes answering questions, encouraging them to get involved, talking about the needs of children, explaining treatment approaches, and describing day to day processes and routines.
• Provides feedback to Manager regarding new employee performance and ongoing training needs.
• Regularly familiarizes self with information pertaining to the youth, unit dynamics, and activities by reading files, logs, unit calendar, etc.
• Must be able and willing to provide emergency hot-line counseling and suicide prevention support
• Supervise clients/volunteers in a positive, caring manner to make sure staff work together as a cohesive group
• Maintain confidentiality at all times regarding client and staff files and information about clients and/or staff
• Supervise, monitor and mentor youth clientele in a professional manner, in accordance with licensing (refer to Title 22) and policies of the agency; client safety is a priority and clients must be accounted for all times
• Facilitate groups with clients assigned by Shelter Manager
• Answer phones, take messages/make calls: follow up, referrals, parents / guardians

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
• High school diploma or equivalent.
• Must have a genuine respect for and interest in youth and their families.
• Ability to put into practice all aspects of Positive Youth Development (training will be provided) and demonstrate respect for client's rights and safety.
• Former Foster Youth is a plus, but must be at least 21 years old.
• Must attend orientation
• Ability to complete the required training and incorporate the techniques taught
• Must be able to pass CPR and First Aid Training
• Pass a physical and a TB Test.
• Pass a background check, and be open and honest about any convictions
• Excellent computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office.
• Must have a valid driver’s license and vehicle with a valid registration and insurance, have a good driving record, and be willing to travel between offices and units during the workday.
• Have received at least the first dose of Covid-19 vaccination at employment time.

Family Assistance Program is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment is based on experience, training, and ability work without regard to sex, sexual orientation, race, religion, creed, color, national origin, marital status, age, physical, mental, or sensory disability.

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POSITION: Our House Lead Youth Advocate REPORTS TO: Shelter Manager LOCATION: Mentone, San Bernardino County, CA HOURS: We are looking to fill a full-time and a full-time Lead Advocate position. Hours...

Full Time
San Bernardino, CA
Posted 4 weeks ago

POSITION:               Case Manager - HIRE

REPORTS TO:         Program Manager

LOCATION:             San Bernardino City

HOURS:            This is a full-time position.  Hours will fluctuate based on needs of clients, some evenings and weekends will be required. 

BASIC DUTIES:      Providing case management for program participants. Assisting clients in creating budgets and financial planning. Assisting and advocating for program participants including job search, resume development, obtaining personal documents and system navigation. Ensuring program participation, goal setting and health assessments.

 

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

DIRECT DUTIES

  • Providing case management for program participants.
  • Assisting clients in creating budgets and financial planning.
  • Assisting and advocating for program participants including job search, resume development, obtaining personal documents and system navigation.
  • Ensuring program participation, goal setting and health assessments.
  • Assisting and advocating Next Steps clients and participants with rental assistance
  • Assisting with utility assistance.
  • Meeting with participants where they are at, if necessary.
  • Assisting with other services as needed.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • 40 Hour Domestic Violence Training a plus
  • Knowledge of Community Resources a plus
  • Computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office
  • Pass a background check, and be open and honest about any convictions.
  • Excellent computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and vehicle with a valid registration and insurance, have a good driving record, and be willing to travel between offices and units during the workday.
  • Have received at least the first dose of Covid-19 vaccination at employment time. 

Family Assistance Program is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment is based on experience, training, and ability work without regard to sex, sexual orientation, race, religion, creed, color, national origin, marital status, age, physical, mental, or sensory disability.

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Full Time
Phelan, CA
Posted 1 month ago

POSITION: Lead Youth Advocate

REPORTS TO: Shelter Manager

HOURS: Full-Time

LOCATION: Phelan, San Bernardino County, CA

HOURS: We are looking to fill a full-time and a part-time Lead Advocate position. Hours will fluctuate based on needs of clients, evenings, graveyards and weekends will be required.

BASIC DUTIES: The Lead Advocate is expected to provide nurturing care and management of youth in every living requirement. Duties include but not limited to: completing intake and discharge paperwork, supervising recreational activities, supervising and helping with daily chores, participating in group outings, coordinating with volunteers, and maintaining client files. The Lead Youth Advocate assures that a positive, non-coercive, non-punitive and strength-based therapeutic milieu is maintained so that all children are treated with dignity and respect and are able to progress toward being safe and thriving physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

HOW TO APPLY: All interested candidates are encouraged to send their resumes with a cover letter to HR Department, via email HR@familyassist.org

SURVIVORS ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

DIRECT DUTIES

· Provides trauma-informed direct services to children including support, advocacy, crisis intervention, safety planning, parenting support, information, and referrals.

· Insures that all residents are closely monitored and supervised at all times.

· Participates in planning and implementing the activities of the shelter and individual residents.

· Insures that all specific duties unique to each work shift are completed (e.g., groups, laundry, meal duties, unit cleaning, etc.)

· Completes all required paperwork with clarity in a timely manner in line with program policies and procedures, including resident logs and incident reports.

· Maintains positive cooperative relationships will all team members.

· Makes appropriate decisions that assure children’s well-being and safety.

· Acts as a role model and sets example for team members regarding therapeutic intervention and caring for children.

· Reinforces program policies and procedures to direct the team decision making process.

· Directs and coordinates efforts of the team to assure that unit needs are met through appropriate staff assignments.

· Under the direction of the Manager, assists with the shadowing and orientation of new employees. This assistance includes answering questions, encouraging them to get involved, talking about the needs of children, explaining treatment approaches, and describing day to day processes and routines.

· Provides feedback to Manager regarding new employee performance and ongoing training needs.

· Regularly familiarizes self with information pertaining to the youth, unit dynamics, and activities by reading files, logs, unit calendar, etc.

· Must be able and willing to provide emergency hot-line counseling and suicide prevention support

· Supervise clients/volunteers in a positive, caring manner to make sure staff work together as a cohesive group

· Maintain confidentiality at all times regarding client and staff files and information about clients and/or staff

· Supervise, monitor and mentor youth clientele in a professional manner, in accordance with licensing (refer to Title 22) and policies of the agency; client safety is a priority and clients must be accounted for all times

· Facilitate groups with clients assigned by Shelter Manager

· Answer phones, take messages/make calls: follow up, referrals, parents / guardians

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

· High school diploma or equivalent.

· Must have a genuine respect for and interest in youth and their families.

· Ability to put into practice all aspects of Positive Youth Development (training will be provided) and demonstrate respect for client's rights and safety.

· Former Foster Youth is a plus, but must be at least 21 years old.

· Must attend orientation

· Ability to complete the required training and incorporate the techniques taught

· Must be able to pass CPR and First Aid Training

· Pass a physical and a TB Test.

· Pass a background check, and be open and honest about any convictions

· Excellent computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office.

· Must have a valid driver’s license and vehicle with a valid registration and insurance, have a good driving record, and be willing to travel between offices and units during the workday.

· Have received at least the first dose of Covid-19 vaccination at employment time.

Family Assistance Program is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment is based on experience, training, and ability work without regard to sex, sexual orientation, race, religion, creed, color, national origin, marital status, age, physical, mental, or sensory disability.

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POSITION: Lead Youth Advocate REPORTS TO: Shelter Manager HOURS: Full-Time LOCATION: Phelan, San Bernardino County, CA HOURS: We are looking to fill a full-time and a part-time Lead Advocate position....

POSITION: Youth Advocate - My Place Youth Shelter

REPORTS TO: Shelter Manager

HOURS: Full-Time

BASIC DUTIES: The Youth Advocate is expected to provide nurturing care and management of youth in everyday living requirement. Duties include but not limited to: completing intake and discharge paperwork, supervising recreational activities, supervising and helping with daily chores, participating in group outings, coordinating with volunteers, and maintaining client files.

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

DIRECT DUTIES

· Must be able and willing to provide emergency hot-line counseling and suicide prevention support

· Supervise clients/volunteers in a positive, caring manner to make sure staff work together as a cohesive group

· Maintain confidentiality at all times regarding client and staff files and information about clients and/or staff

· Supervise, monitor and mentor youth clientele in a professional manner, in accordance with licensing (refer to Title 22) and policies of the agency; client safety is a priority and clients must be accounted for all times

· Facilitate groups with clients assigned by Shelter Manager

· Answer phones, take messages/make calls: follow up, referrals, parents / guardians

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

· High school diploma or equivalent.

· Must have a genuine respect for and interest in youth and their families.

· Ability to put into practice all aspects of Positive Youth Development (training will be provided) and demonstrate respect for client's rights and safety.

· Former Foster Youth is a plus, but must be at least 21 years old.

· Must attend orientation

· Ability to complete the required training and incorporate the techniques taught

· Must be able to pass CPR and First Aid Training

· Pass a physical and a TB Test.

· Pass a background check, and be open and honest about any convictions

· Excellent computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office.

· Must have a valid driver’s license and vehicle with a valid registration and insurance, have a good driving record, and be willing to travel between offices and units during the workday.

· Have received at least the first dose of Covid-19 vaccination at employment time.

Family Assistance Program is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment is based on experience, training, and ability work without regard to sex, sexual orientation, race, religion, creed, color, national origin, marital status, age, physical, mental, or sensory disability.

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POSITION: Youth Advocate – My Place Youth Shelter REPORTS TO: Shelter Manager HOURS: Full-Time BASIC DUTIES: The Youth Advocate is expected to provide nurturing care and management of youth in e...

Full Time
Phelan, CA
Posted 1 month ago

POSITION: Youth Shelter Manager

HOURS: Full-Time

REPORTS TO: Program Administrator

BASIC DUTIES: Coordinates and implements directives to oversee the youth shelter’s staff and services, managing day-to-day activities and operations of the shelter, and ensuring the cohesive implementation of residential client services. Ensures the shelter facility and operations maintain compliance with agency policies and procedures, local, state, contractual, and licensing mandated regulations.

HOW TO APPLY: All interested candidates are encouraged to send their resumes with a cover letter to Fatima Herrera, via email to fatima@familyassist.org

SURVIVORS ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

STAFF SUPERVISION

· Responsible and accountable for all daily operations that take place at the shelter.

· Supervises staff to ensure accomplishment of grant-stated program goals and objectives.

· Ensures that staff meets all agency and licensing personnel requirements to work in the facility.

· Directs, reviews and monitors each shift worked daily to ensure program/operational compliance, quality services provision, and appropriate client file documentation.

· Completes staff evaluations and ensures that new staff are scheduled for appropriate on-the-job training.

· Ensures all staff meets yearly training requirements required by CCL.

· Recruits, supervises and recognizes direct report and volunteers; terminates staff and volunteers as necessary.

CLIENT SERVICES

· Manages and evaluates operations (i.e. client intake, shelter file documentation, program development, data collection, reporting, staff scheduling, and staff assignments) to ensure compliance with Community Care Licensing (CCL) Title 22 Group Home Regulations, alignment with EOC and Sanctuary and youth services program objectives, and overall effectiveness of operations and service delivery.

· Conducts client intakes and check-outs. Assess immediate crisis needs of clients.

· Documents shelter happenings and client activities as necessary.

· Oversees shelter environment and activities, facilities problem solving for in-house conflicts and crisis, encourages and models appropriate shelter interactions.

· Ensures adequate food supply and oversees meal preparation as needed.

ADDITIONAL DUTIES

· Transport, accompany and support clients to appointments when needed.

· Oversee chore list and follow up on completion of chores

· Complete weekly and monthly program reports.

· Other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

· 3 years senior management experience.

· Strong communication and writing skills.

· Ability to work flexible hours.

· Pass a background check, and be open and honest about any convictions.

· Excellent computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office.

· Must have a valid driver’s license and vehicle with a valid registration and insurance, have a good driving record, and be willing to travel between offices and units during the workday.

· Have received at least the first dose of Covid-19 vaccination at employment time.

DESIRABLE

· Experience working with an ethnically diverse population and for a homeless and/or youth program highly preferred.

· Basic knowledge of welfare and Institutions Code and other laws affecting children and families in the state of California preferred.

Family Assistance Program is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment is based on experience, training, and ability work without regard to sex, sexual orientation, race, religion, creed, color, national origin, marital status, age, physical, mental, or sensory disability.

Job Features

Job CategoryCurrent

POSITION: Youth Shelter Manager HOURS: Full-Time REPORTS TO: Program Administrator BASIC DUTIES: Coordinates and implements directives to oversee the youth shelter’s staff and services, managing day...