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Night Youth Services Worker - Social Services at Four Oaks

Posted in Nonprofit - Social Services 30+ days ago.

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Type: Full-Time
Location: CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa





Job Description:

Four Oaks is hiring NIGHT YOUTH SERVICE WORKERS to assure unit coverage, safety, and security during overnight shift on a full-time basis. This role provides late shift coverage for the assigned unit; utilizes approved behavior control techniques to maintain unit stability; completes assigned documentation and tracking; maintains medication distribution assignment; and all other assigned support services.

Responsibilities:


  • Strategically utilizes identified behavior management techniques and other de-escalation training to assist clients in developing appropriate behaviors.

  • Knows the population and is aware of individualized treatment plans.

  • Provides supervision and treatment intervention.

  • Assures consistent, ongoing, and timely provision for basic client needs.

  • Follows medication management guidelines.

  • Effectively participates in team to review case progress and provide best programming.

  • Maintain good team participation and interaction.

  • Maintain positive role modeling and performing, as an agent of change for the youth.

  • Develop and maintain a working knowledge of Behavior Health Intervention Services (BHIS) and

  • Medicaid requirements and standards.

  • Complete documentation of services in a timely manner – including daily case notes, behavior management, visual checks, etc., before the end of your scheduled shift.

Education/Experience:
To qualify you must be at least 21 years of age and possess a High School Diploma or GED. A Bachelor's Degree in a Human Services related field of study is preferred, but not required.

Additional requirements include:


  • Desire to help kids succeed.

  • Prior experience working with children in a mental health setting preferred.

  • Strong communication and problem solving abilities.

  • Basic computer skills in a MS Office environment.

About the Comprehensive and Enhanced Residential Treatment Program (RT)
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About the Psychiatric Medical Institute for Children (PMIC)
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About the Sexual Abuse Treatment and Re-Orientation Program (STOP)
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