Youth Care Worker
Holy Family Institute
About the organization
Since 1900, children and families in our community have benefited from the work of Holy Family Institute.
Holy Family Institute provides help, healing, and hope to children and families throughout Western Pennsylvania.
We pioneer alternative learning and career training environments, offer mental health and substance use counseling, and help families address debilitating financial limitations. You can always find us in the schools and neighborhoods with the most need. In 2014 alone, more than 27,000 families and children improved their lives with the help of our donors and volunteers.
The families we serve have often experienced significant trauma and need caring and support to heal. For this reason, Holy Family Institute maintains a trauma-sensitive culture throughout our programs and services. We provide care within the community, giving families the tools they need to thrive, the resources they need to establish stability, and the support they need to live responsibly.
Holy Family Institute
Journey of Hope Program
YOUTH CARE WORKERS
Bilingual - Spanish
Reports to: Shift Supervisor of Journey of Hope Program
Hours: The following shifts are available. Kindly include in your cover letter which shift(s) you prefer.
All positions are full-Time, 40 hours/week.
Afternoon and Weekend Shifts: 2:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.
Night Shift – 10:30 p.m. – 6:30 a.m.
The Youth Care Worker is responsible to provide daily direct supervision and monitoring of children in care and maintain line-of-sight and sound at all times.
Strongly prefer candidates proficient in both English & Spanish (read, write and speak). Final approval for hire will be done by the Project Officer of the Office of Refugee and Resettlement which is a sub-agency of the Department of Health and Human Services of the federal government.
• Communicates appropriate information to other departments in a timely and effective manner.
• Participates in appropriate professional development programs to attain and maintain competency.
• Complies with all policies and procedures as defined by the Employee Manual.
• Adheres to all Agency and departmental Safety Procedures including reporting any unsafe practices, equipment and environment, and takes an active
Bachelor’s degree preferred. Minimum high school diploma or equivalent and a minimum of 1 year of employment experience in the child welfare field working with children or adolescents in a social service field. Ability to put into practice all techniques of CPI (as taught in pre-employment training) and demonstrated respect for client’s rights and safety. Ability to demonstrate counseling techniques. PA Driver’s License Required; Act 33/34 and FBI clearances also required. Fluency in English and Spanish (speak, read, and write) strongly preferred. EOE
$15.00 per hour
Contact email: [email protected]
Equal Opportunity Employment
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