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1445 West Broward Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
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Residential Monitor (Part-Time)
Salvation Army Ft. Lauderdale • Fort Lauderdale, FL
Posted 8 days ago
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Accepts and processes residents staying in lodge overnight; monitors the activity of residents on an assigned shift ensuring safety, security and compliance to house rules; maintains accurate and complete records and logs containing pertinent information; ensures that lodge is maintained in a neat and proper order.
Ensures that all rooms are in proper order before arrival of residents.
Checks clients into the lodge.
Distributes towels, linens, and personal hygiene items.
Monitors the activities of the lodge residents ensuring safety and compliance with house rules; checks the security of all windows and doors; monitors cameras and makes periodic rounds of entire facility; records any unique situations occurring on assigned shift.
Responds to emergencies in a calm manner and initiates appropriate corrective action in accordance with established policy and procedures.
Opens and closes the lodge doors at designated hours of operation.
Inputs data into the computer in order to maintain computer records and generate client lists.
Performs urine and breathalyzer screenings as required by case managers or as needed.
Prepares monthly client chore list
Answers telephone and responds to questions regarding the lodge operations.
Wakes up lodge clients at designated time and instructs them to collect their sheets; ensures that all residents are out of the lodge by the designated time.
Answers the crisis hot-line and provides crisis intervention through telephone interviews and client counseling where applicable.
Checks in, registers, and monitors clients seeking refuge during emergency cold weather and natural disasters
Knowledge of general office procedures and practices.
Knowledge of basic recordkeeping practices and procedures.
Ability to communicate effectively with clients in order to control, lead, and motivate behavior.
Ability to work with the public encompassing all types of behaviors.
Ability to work independently and with limited supervision while enforcing established policies and procedures.
Ability to meet attendance requirements.
Ability to read, write and communicate the English language.
Ability to respond to emergency situations quickly and calmly while maintaining control and initiating the proper corrective action.
Ability to perform combinations of sitting, standing, and walking on a frequent change basis. Distance of travel is usually within the same building.
Limited amount of physical effort required associated with walking, standing, lifting and carrying light objects (less than 25 lbs.) 5-10% of work time.