This is a job posting from company – JusticeWorks Family of Services
Employment Type – Full Time
Work Hours: 8
Salary: $20 To $30/An Hour
Location: Colorado, USA
This job is 100% remote.
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Do you have what it takes to be part of a dynamic organization passionate about helping children & families?
This isn’t your typical 9-5 job working in an office setting. JusticeWorks primarily see families in their own homes. To provide excellent service, our families are our priority so working with their schedules is key to creating a healthy rapport with them. You will create your own schedule! Some evenings and/or weekends may be required within a 40 hour work week. This position is ideal for an independent self-reliant person who appreciates being supported by a strong team. If this matches your passion to make a positive difference, we want you!
JusticeWorks is an employee-centered company which does ‘whatever it takes to achieve positive outcomes for youth and families in the juvenile justice and child welfare systems. We have been serving the community for more than 20 years and our service repertoire is always expanding to service new populations. We have a menu of services which keep children safe, enhance family functioning and keep youth out of trouble. JusticeWorks now works in more than 100 counties in six states.
We are a strength-based organization looking for hardworking staff who are comfortable working both independently and as part of a team. We provide ongoing, on-the-job training to promote professional development for all of our staff. We pride ourselves on our high level of staff development. JusticeWorks has demonstrated its commitment to promoting from within as most managers started as direct care staff. Our service repertoire is always expanding and we are adding new locations! This is a job which gives emotional satisfaction, pride in helping children and families, and leads to career growth. JusticeWorks YouthCare is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Duties & Responsibilities:
- Assess and engage families in service and treatment planning based on demonstrated needs.
- Plan and implement appropriate interventions using evidence based and best practice approaches.
- Assist families in accessing and navigating community resources.
- Meet with designated clients for the prescribed number of hours/ days/contacts per week.
- Maintain open communication with referring authorities.
- Attend court hearings and provide testimony as required.
- Submit accurate, required notes within 24 hours of service and complete reports within assigned timeframes.
- Transport clients utilizing personal vehicle, as necessary.
- Master’s or Bachelor’s Degree. Preferred areas of study include social work, criminal justice, psychology, or related field and a minimum of one (1) year direct care experience or supervised practice in lieu of the experience requirement.