(Riverton & Lander, WY) Looking for a job with a great work environment and amazing benefits package? Apply at the Fremont County Group Home!
Competitive Wages- based on experience
Benefits: Tele-Doc, Vision, and Dental
Vacation and Sick
- To maintain a home-like environment within the Group Home, while providing adequate structure and supervision to meet the needs of troubled youth and the policies of the FCGH Operation Manual.
- To perform necessary duties which facilitate a safe and healthy environment for the youth, including, but not limited to:
- Planning and providing nutritious meals and snacks.
- Purchasing all foodstuffs and supplies within budgetary limits.
- Performing or arranging necessary household repairs within budgetary limits.
- Scheduling appointments and structured free time for residents.
- Organizing recreational activities.
- Supervising all aspects of the group.
- Providing life skills and social skills.
- To participate in all screening, evaluations, intakes, reviews and exits.
- To assure that all required documentation is done.
- Follow all individual service plans.
- Facilitate appropriate group discussions with residents.
- Teach healthy living skills through group work, role modeling and individual service plans.
- Immediately notify Operations Manager of any Incidents or Critical Incidents that occur during the shift.
- Prior to leaving at the end of the shift, complete all written Incident Reports for any Incidents that occurred during the shift.
- To advocate for healthy youth and families.
- To maintain confidentiality as required by law.
- Follow the policies and procedures of the Operations Manual as established by the Board of Directors.
- To attend all staff meetings, including shift change.
- Assist and work with the Operations Manager to carry out all duties assigned.
- Orientate, train and provide needed guidance to new staff under the direction of the Operations Manager.
- To be responsive to cultural differences in service population.
- Maintain open communication with all staff.
- Be available to work any shift in either home in emergency situations or as required by the Operations Manager. Your hourly wage is based on providing emergency, vacation and sick leave coverage for other Resident Managers and for Overnight Staff during the work week. Days may be traded with other staff to cover this situation. Vacation and sick leave coverage during the work week will be compensated at your normal hourly wage.
Knowledge, Skills and Mental Ability:
- Knowledge of child growth and development
- Knowledge of the teaching-learning process
- Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel Spreadsheets
- Ability to communicate positively through the day
- Ability to think clearly and calculate accurately
- Ability to work with people of various personality types
- Possess sound emotional judgement
- H.S. diploma (or G.E.D.) and three years of experience working in a group home setting or similar environment.
- Be at least 21 years of age.
- Good interpersonal skills.
- Supervisory experience.
- Physical, emotional and mental health adequate to perform duties:
- Physically able to go up and down stairs.
- Physically able to see, hear and verbally communicate within a normal range.
- Physically able to lift 30 pounds, squat and sit as necessary.
- Pass a full DCI/FBI background check.
- Pass a Local Law Enforcement background check.
- Pass a DFS Central Registry Child Abuse background check.
- Pass pre-employment Drug Screening and participate in Randoms.
- Pass a TB test, paid for by Fremont County Group Homes, Inc. Staff will not be allowed in the presence of the residents until the final TB test results are received in the office.
- Have a clean driving record and be insurable with the Group Homes’ auto insurance carrier. Must have a current, valid driver’s license.
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Fremont County Group Homes, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization that does not discriminate against sex, race, religion, age, disability, national origin, or color.