Career Opportunities

YOUTH ADVOCATE Overnight

Job description

 

 

Hours: 40 hours per week. Sunday through Saturday – All hours, including: day, evening, and night, as needed to cover shifts.

 

 

Required Qualifications: PAY IS DERIVED FROM APPLICABLE EXPERIENCE and APPLICABLE EDUCATION

  • Must be a minimum of 21 years of age
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and be an insurable driver
  • Driving record must not reflect more than two moving violations (and none for over 10 miles per hour above the speed limit) within the last three years nor any DUI’s within the last five (5) years
  • Must have a high school diploma or a General Equivalency Diploma (G.E.D.)
  • Must be a mature, responsible role model who enjoys working with youth and families
  •  Must not appear on the child abuse registry
  • Must be able to lift 25 to 50 pounds and be able to stand for extended periods of time
  • Must pass all required drug and alcohol screenings
  • Must have the ability to work a variety of shifts, as needed

 

 

Preferred qualifications

  • Prior experience working with youth and families
  • Strong work ethics
  • Willingness to work evenings and weekends
  • Skill Requirements:
  • 1. Must be able to maintain strict codes of confidentiality
  • 2. Adherence to all agency policies and procedures
  • 3. Crisis intervention, conflict resolution, problem solving.
  • 4. Good judgment and decision-making skills.
  • 5. Teamwork, team approach.
  • 6. Strong verbal, written communication skills.

 

 

REFERENCES ARE REQUIRED – We require 3 references (first and last name/contact number) – 2 of these references must be professional references.

Please do not identify references upon request, they must be part of the application.

 
Salary: $14.50 – $18.00 per hour
 

YOUTH ADVOCATE Part-Time

Job description

 

Hours: 10-39 hours per week (Part-time). Sunday through Saturday – All hours, including: day, evening, and night, as needed to cover shifts.

  • Required Qualifications:
  • • Must be a minimum of 21 years of age
  • • Must have a valid driver’s license and be an insurable driver
  • • Driving record must not reflect more than two moving violations (and none for over 10 miles per hour above the speed limit) within the last three years nor any DUI’s within the last five (5) years
  • • Must have a high school diploma or a General Equivalency Diploma (G.E.D.)
  • • Must be a mature, responsible role model who enjoys working with youth and families
  • • Must not appear on the child abuse registry
  • • Must be able to lift 25 to 50 pounds and be able to stand for extended periods of time
  • • Must pass all required drug and alcohol screenings
  • • Must have the ability to work a variety of shifts, as needed

*

  • Preferred qualifications
  • • Prior experience working with youth and families
  • • Strong work ethics
  • • Willingness to work evenings and weekends

*

  • I. Skill Requirements:
  • 1. Must be able to maintain strict codes of confidentiality
  • 2. Adherence to all agency policies and procedures
  • 3. Crisis intervention, conflict resolution, problem solving.
  • 4. Good judgment and decision-making skills.
  • 5. Team work, team approach.
  • 6. Strong verbal, written communication skills.

Salary: $14.50 – $18.00 per hour

Schedule:

 

  • 10 hour shift
  • Evening shift
  • Night shift
  • On call
  • Weekend availability

LEARN & GROW YOUTH ADVOCATE - Part-Time

Learn & Grow Staff

Our commitment is to hire people like you who are willing and able to do the job consistently successful and change as the job changes. If you are willing and able, we are committed to helping you be successful. Your supervisor will provide you through supervision with the knowledge, skills, and tools you will need to be able to succeed. If we observe you behaving in ways that might result in your failure, we will tell you as we are committed to supporting your success, not your failure.

HOURS

Summer/No School Days Schedule: Monday – Friday Shifts Between 7:30am – 5:30pm

School Schedule: Monday – Friday 1:00pm – 7:00pm

Total hours 30 per week

*Hours will be set based on the needs of the program and may change to assist with training as well coverage as deemed appropriate by the supervisor.

 

EXPECTATIONS FOR THIS POSITION

  1. Always supervise clients by maintaining line of sight, foreseeability, and providing the minimum standard of care.
  2. Be able to participate in or lead groups and fill in for another L&G Staff when that individual is gone.
  3. Be able to set up the schedule on your shift and/or other groups on your shift.
  4. Always complete the required daily paperwork.
  5. Keep paperwork up to date.
  6. Plan activities for clients which will be related to the theme.
  7. Plan with activities instructions printed and copied for staff and clients
  8. List and gather all materials needed for activity.
  9. Give a copy of the materials needed to site supervisor…
  10. Always keep all your trainings up to date.
  11. Assist in planning the in-house and out of house activities.
  12. Be able and willing to participate in the in house and out of house activities. This may include taking the clients to community activities such as concerts, parades, etc. Day Trips out of town.
  13. Be able to help in the Planning and preparation of these outings. Help getting the required paperwork, helping get meals ready, getting the equipment assigned to the clients.
  14. Always assist in the cleanup daily.
  15. Always assist in keeping the L&G area picked up and clean.
  16. Always maintain a positive attitude, good boundaries, and demonstrate teamwork.
  17. Schedule time off as stated in the All Staff Guide for success.
  18. Ability to be flexible to assist with coverage in case of an emergency or staff needing time off.
  19. Always maintain a safe environment for clients and staff.
  20. Work to achieve positive STEAM outcomes for clients and families (team based)
  21. Operates within budget (team based)
  22. Always manage milieu in ordinance to All Staff Guide for Success and Guide for Maintaining Successful Certification Standards.
  23. Always function within Agencies Policy and Procedures.

 

REFERENCES ARE REQUIREDWe require 3 references – 2 professional references. Please do not identify references upon request, They must be part of the application.

YOUTH ADVOCATE Full-Time

Job description

 

Hours: 40 hours per week (Full-time). Sunday through Saturday – All hours, including: day, evening, and night, as needed to cover shifts.

  • Required Qualifications:
  • • Must be a minimum of 21 years of age
  • • Must have a valid driver’s license and be an insurable driver
  • • Driving record must not reflect more than two moving violations (and none for over 10 miles per hour above the speed limit) within the last three years nor any DUI’s within the last five (5) years
  • • Must have a high school diploma or a General Equivalency Diploma (G.E.D.)
  • • Must be a mature, responsible role model who enjoys working with youth and families
  • • Must not appear on the child abuse registry
  • • Must be able to lift 25 to 50 pounds and be able to stand for extended periods of time
  • • Must pass all required drug and alcohol screenings
  • • Must have the ability to work a variety of shifts, as needed

*

  • Preferred qualifications
  • • Prior experience working with youth and families
  • • Strong work ethics
  • • Willingness to work evenings and weekends

*

  • I. Skill Requirements:
  • 1. Must be able to maintain strict codes of confidentiality
  • 2. Adherence to all agency policies and procedures
  • 3. Crisis intervention, conflict resolution, problem solving.
  • 4. Good judgment and decision-making skills.
  • 5. Team work, team approach.
  • 6. Strong verbal, written communication skills.

Salary: $14.75 – $18.00 per hour

Benefits (Full-time only):

 

  • 401(k)
  • 401(k) matching
  • Dental insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Flexible spending account
  • Health insurance
  • Health savings account
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Retirement plan
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Vision insurance

 

Schedule:

 

  • 10 hour shift
  • Evening shift
  • Night shift
  • On call
  • Weekend availability

TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM CASE MANAGER

Our commitment is to hire people like you who are willing and able to do the job consistently successful and change as the job changes. If you are willing and able, we are committed to helping you be successful.

 

Job description

 

EXPECTATIONS FOR THIS POSITION

  1. Provide Case Management to short-term and long-term clients
  2. Be able to do street/community outreach
  3. Be able to transport clients to appointments, work, or other places as needed
  4. Be able to participate in or facilitate weekly life skills groups
  5. Be able to set up community service-learning projects/opportunities
  6. Manage referrals and address immediate needs for youth/families in crisis
  7. Complete General intakes for program
  8. Be knowledge in determining program related grants eligibility
  9. Work to achieve positive discharge outcomes for clients
  10. Be able to help clients to connect to mentors and natural supports
  11. Assist with obtaining housing, employment, and/or high school diploma/Hiset
  12. Connect clients to therapeutic services when needed
  13. Assist clients with applications for income support services including SOAR applications
  14. Assist with the resources, tools and assistance to become and remain housed
  15. Be able to engage youth into recruitment efforts and presentations
  16. Must be flexible to accommodate the needs of program’s clients
  17. Must be flexible to attend treatment plans, MDT’s, court, and family meetings
  18. Be knowledgeable in community resources to assist HFWA teams with needs
  19. Manage receipts/track client related expenses for grants and operate within budget
  20. Provide budget reports to supervisor
  21. Manage/Monitor client files for quality assurance for grants
  22. Be able to input data in HMIS and keep current
  23. Complete required reporting and tracking for grants
  24. Be a resource for FCC and FSP around grant funding and access to grant services
  25. Be able to attend grant conference calls and travel for meetings related to grants
  26. Always maintain a positive attitude, good boundaries, and demonstrate teamwork
  27. Always complete the required daily paperwork.
  28. Always keep all their trainings up to date.
  29. Always maintain a safe environment for clients and staff.
  30. Always function within Agencies Policy and Procedures

 

REFERENCES ARE REQUIREDWe require 3 references (first and last name/contact number) – 2 of these references must be professional references.

 

Please do not identify references upon request, they must be part of the application.

PROGRAM COORDINATOR - CRISIS SHELTER

Job description

 

Brief Description: The Crisis Shelter Coordinator is responsible for the day to day operation of the Crisis Shelter, supervision of staff and implementation of the agency’s mission, vision and values.  Ensure quality services are provided to clients.

 

Hours:  Monday thru Friday, varying shifts, additional hours as required for effective program operation, on-call.

 

Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree in Human Services preferred, with a minimum of three years experience working directly with youth in a residential setting (or combination of education or experience as approved by the Executive Director).

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Must have the ability to perform all the requirements described on the Youth Advocate and Case Manager descriptions.
  • Reviews all intakes and distributes necessary paperwork to appropriate stakeholders regarding the placement and discharge of youth.
  • Coordinates the distribution of all reports to applicable agencies regarding a youth’s placement in the shelter.
  • Is responsible for coordinating service plans for youth and families utilizing the shelter to other services in the community that can provide relief for the family in crisis or runaway and homeless youth.
  • Build and maintain strong relationships with stakeholders.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Organized, thorough, assertive, and proactive.
  • Positive work ethic, willingness, and ability to allow for a flexible schedule.
  • Understanding of and ability to promote teamwork.
  • Familiar with therapeutic intervention and treatment.
  • Employee hiring, interviewing, supervision, support, training, evaluations, and discipline with the Director.
  • Scheduling of staff to ensure adequate coverage and anticipating demands while staying within budget.
  • Direct case management and maintaining caseload as needed.
  • Supervision of case management and treatment plans.
  • Assuring the agency philosophy, mission, and policies and procedures are followed.
  • Reviewing and screening of referrals, recommend acceptance.
  • Employee training through a developed training program, to include: in-services, workshops and conferences.
  • Provide input for program, facility, financial and budgetary needs.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director.
  • Ability to change, as the job changes.

 

REFERENCES ARE REQUIREDWe require 3 references (first and last name/contact number) – 2 of these references must be professional references.

 

Please do not identify references upon request, they must be part of the application.

MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL

  • Essential Functions

    · Ensure proper care of lawn and trees.

    · Operate a riding lawnmower

    · Operate a weed trimmer

    · Utilize various hand tools and power tools

    · Removal of weeds and spraying to prevent weeds

    · Snow removal in the winter time with plow, snowblower or snow shovel

    · Light maintenance in buildings including but not limited to drywall repair and painting.

    · Other duties as assigned by Supervisor.

    · Obtain quotes for work needed on grounds by outside vendors.

    · Other duties as assigned.

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

    · Good time management and organization skills

    · Good problem solving skills

    · Able to work with minimal direct supervision.

    · Ability to change as the job changes.

    · Other duties as assigned

    Required Experience, Education, Certification

    · High school diploma or GED

    · Valid drivers license

    · Previous maintenance or groundskeeping experience.

    Job Type: Full-time

    Salary: $16.50 – $20.63 per hour

    Benefits:

    • 401(k)
    • Health insurance
    • Paid time off

    Schedule:

    • 8 hour shift
    • Day shift
    • On call
    • Weekend availability

GRANTS WRITER

Direct Supervisor:  Executive Director

 

Hours:  Self-directed and flexibility required with a variety of day, evening, and weekend hours.

 

Qualifications:  Combination of Education (marketing) and experience related to fund-raising, grant writing, and endowments.  Strong community presence.

 

General Description:  Professional individual with experience developing and implementing a comprehensive funding program.  The successful candidate will have experience in Grant Writing,  Fund-Raising, and obtaining individual and corporate donations.  Position requires self-motivation, ability to work independently, establish and have respect in the community.

 

  1. Job Duties and Responsibilities:
  2. Grant Writing: Federal, State, and Foundation proposal writing and assuring grant administration/accountability.
  3. Fund-Raising: Establishing and maintaining individual business and corporate solicitation for program operations, special projects, and capital improvements.
  4. Endowments: Creation and development of an endowment and gift program.
  5. Communication/Marketing: Representing the agency and programs, development and updating brochures, public speaking, and media contacts.
  6. Computer Literacy: Knowledge and expertise in word processing, spreadsheets, database, and print/publishing programs.
  7. Philosophy/Mission: Must learn and support the agency’s philosophy, mission, and programs.
  8. Accounting: Knowledge of general financial accounting.
  9. Strong Interpersonal Skills: The ability to meet deadlines and to work under pressure.
  10. Perform other duties as may be assigned

REFERENCES ARE REQUIRED: We require 3 references – 2 of which must be previous supervisors

 

 

THERAPIST


The Therapist (licensed & provisional) work under the supervision of the Clinical Director to provide individual, group therapy, and career/job skill assessment to YES House School students. Will perform evaluations, intakes, MDTs, treatment plans, and other duties as needed. Participates in normal on call rotation. Will follow Wyoming Professional License, rules and regulation for professional standards. Must be proficient/efficient with computers and various software programs, including electronic documentation.

A master’s degree in a mental health discipline or related field is required. Licensed or provisional licensure as a mental health professional is required. Must be able to complete DCI background check, abuse & neglect registry check as well as other post-offer/pre-employment checks. MSW and provisional/Full licensure is preferred, must be proficient/efficient with computers and various software programs, including electronic documentation. The YES House is an equal opportunity employer.

The Y.E.S. House is a private, non-profit agency, is located in Gillette, Wyoming. Services are provided to young people, ages 5 to 21, and their families. Our goal is to keep families together whenever possible and appropriate.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $54,129.60 – $76,032.00 per year

Benefits:

  • Dental insurance
  • Flexible spending account
  • Health insurance
  • Health savings account
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

HOW TO APPLY

BY MAIL
Y.E.S. House Inc.
Attention: Human Resources
PO Box 2151
Gillette, WY 82717
BY FAX
(307) 686-2121