About the organization
Pacific Quest cultivates Sustainable Growth in our students, in our families, in our communities, and in ourselves.
Pacific Quest’s innovative Sustainable Growth model incorporates Whole Person Wellness, Individualized Clinical Care, Rites of Passage, Horticultural Therapy and Healthy Community Living in an outdoor, experiential environment.
These diverse and adaptable principles facilitate an empowered sense of self, create resilient and successful short-term transitions and nurture a healthy relationship with family, community, work and purpose.
Forming the foundation for our comprehensive curriculum, these principles make our program accessible to an international clientele of adolescents, young adults, and their families.
Pacific Quest believes that our ability to incorporate these principles at an organizational and community level are integral to our positive and progressive culture and overall long-term success.
Ensure program safety at all times including risk management assessment and crisis management
Administrative Duties as assigned by Program Manager and Director
Management of Red, Yellow, and Orange Alerts as well as upkeep and oversight of Safety and Emergency Watches in conjunction with Manager on Call
Effectively transition students into the program: intake, set-up, relationship build, transition to residence
Oversee House Supervisors, Program Guides, Overnight Guides:
Oversee new guide orientation, training, and development
Maintain and upkeep Program Guide growth books
Benefits and recognition
Work with HR to ensure complete/up to date employee files at all times
Overseeing intake / outfitting process and training house supervisors as necessary to assist
Support the Program Manager administratively as assigned
Ensure proper policy and procedures being followed in the field
Spend the majority of time in the field role modeling, teaching and leading intervention work
Know and support the use of student curriculum
Facilitate Weekly Program Leadership Team meeting
Run and/or oversee running of inservice meetings on guide switch out days.
Conduct and/or coordinate regular trainings, maintain inservice training calendar
Debrief departing staff, identify areas of growth and future goals for development
Debrief and ensure appropriate documentation from the previous week’s incidents
Industry experience and experience working with adolescents of a similar population
Experience in supervision and able to work with students in crisis
Experience with crisis prevention
Valid driver’s license and clean driving record
Ability to drive manual vehicles
Basic computer skills
Requires ability to be a team player, to form mutually respectful relationships with staff and students to grow professionally in meeting the challenges of this position
Able to work with a team of professionals and the ability to work independently
Ability to work in a constant state of alertness and in a safe manner
Able to lean into challenges and give 100% while at work
Ability to pass a thorough background check, drug screen; annual physical and TB clearance required
Bachelor’s Degree, or a minimum 5 years relevant experience
Contact email: [email protected]
Please apply online or send resume to [email protected]
Equal Opportunity Employment
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