The Bilingual Youth Care Supervisor is responsible for the day-to-day leadership, administration and management of the residential units including developing and implementing a comprehensive therapeutic program to ensure youth needs is met.
Responsible for day-to-day supervision of staff including assigning/directing work and ensuring ratios are met, conducting supervision and performance assessments, coordinating/conducting staff training and development, hiring and selection/conducts new hire orientation, making recommendations for personnel actions and managing a union environment.
Responsible for managing and monitoring time management including approving timecard, approving time off requests, completing weekly staff schedules, projecting overtime, and submitting reports.
Monitors program budget and petty cash to ensure expenses do not exceed budgetary limits. Responsible for implementing and monitoring billing and variance reports. Monitors youth monies and accounts.
Coordinates and ensures overall therapeutic milieu of assigned unit including PBIS, recreation programming, independent living groups, life skills, ABC groups, treatment groups, and implement daily group calls. Ensures program provides consistency and accountability to youth while enhancing therapeutic relationships. Ensures staff is engaged in positive activities and interactions with youth.
Ensures and promotes a healthy well-being by maintaining a clean, safe and enriched environment; ensures unit is kept in accordance with standards required by regulatory agencies and sanitation; ensure adequate clothing, supplies, linens, recreational equipment and other items required to operate unit. Oversees fire drills and completes required paperwork. Implements maintenance and documentation action plans.
Coordinates and conducts searches for out of program youth. Reviews documentation including but not limited to whereabouts sheets, incident reports, logs and youth schedules.
Coordinates requests for transportation and collaborates with transportation staff to ensure needs are met including but not limited to home leaves, court appointments, medical appointments and special trips.
Facilitates and participates in various meetings and committees including but not limited to team meetings, staff meetings, and core treatment team meetings.
Adheres to agency policies and procedures; promotes and supports agency mission, vision and values including participating in internal surveys and data collection for continuous improvement initiatives.
Complies will all federal, state and local laws and regulations, including those or ORR, ICE and the NYS Office of Children and Family Services
Minimum Associate’s Degree in Human Services, Criminal Justice or related field. For every year of related experience, discretion can be made in lieu of degree.
Minimum 1- 3 years of experience working with high risk youth in residential treatment setting.
Supervisory experience in a residential treatment setting required.
Must be able to work a flexible schedule, outside of normal business hours including nights, weekends and on-call, as needed.
Must have a current, valid driver’s license per Agency guidelines. Travel required.
Conversational in English/Spanish with excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Able to work with a culturally and economically diverse population
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