Director of Youth Services - Full-time
Under the direction of the Executive Director (ED), the Director of Youth Services (DYS) is responsible for planning, developing and coordinating program activities to meet the holistic needs of residents in a foster care setting as well as providing supervision to assigned staff, ensuring program development and regulatory oversight, and monitoring county relationships. It is a general expectation that the DYS will be an effective, successful, and productive Administrator. General duties related to administration include managing budgetary needs based on census, making cost-effective decisions for the program, evaluating employees and overseeing supervision needs, delegating duties with effective follow up, and complying with all oversight agencies/regulations. Coach and lead a team of professionals to highlight and advance the program. Assists with public relations activities as well as serves as Utilization Review Coordinator for case files. The DYS works in partnership with the ED.
- Child Welfare experience is essential, specifically related to developing positive relationships across service systems.
- Master’s Degree in human services or a related field, plus five (5) years’ experience in working with complex clients preferably in a residential setting.
- Working hours will vary to meet programmatic needs, flexibility is essential. Provides twenty-four (24) hour on-call support on a regular basis.
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Team Leader - Full-time (1 position)
Homespace Corporation is currently looking for experienced professionals to work Full-time during 2nd shift (3pm to 11pm) as a Team Leader (TL) at our Second Chance Mother/Baby Group Home and our Next Step Group Home. In this leadership role the TL is directly responsible for working cohesively with other program staff to ensure that youth/residents' individual treatment plans and services are delivered as outlined. The position will also lead their shift, delegate, work in partnership, and serve as a role model and mentor to all Youth Support Specialists and youth/residents. The right candidate will be flexible, have self-motivation and management skills, be highly organized and have a passion to enhance the life of traumatized youth placed in foster care.
Minimum requirements include an Associate’s Degree with five (5) or more years’ similar experience. A BA or BS and previous experience with foster care, solution focused and trauma informed approach, TCI, and group home work is preferred. Applicants must have a valid NYS Driver License, reliable transportation and successful applicants will be subject to State-mandated and other background checks as a condition of beginning employment.
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Maintenance Worker - Full-Time
Homespace Corporation is seeking a full-time Maintenance Worker for our facilities which include group homes, apartments and administrative offices. This position will be Monday – Friday and have a flexible schedule to meet the programmatic needs of our agency. We are looking for someone with a minimum of 2 yrs. maintenance experience, the ability to lift and move heavy items, paint, clean and perform general property and grounds upkeep. Ideal candidate should have carpentry, plumbing and electrical knowledge and experience. Candidate will be responsible for maintaining a physically safe environment. Applicants must have a valid NYS Driver License, reliable transportation and successful applicants will be subject to State-mandated and other background checks as a condition of beginning employment.
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Youth Support Specialist
Homesapce Corporation is seeking dedicated professionals to work various shifts at our Mother/Baby Group Home, our Supervised Independent Living Program, and our Agency Operated Boarding Home. Open shifts are as follows:
Full-time: At Next Step Group Home (Agency Operated Boarding Home), 2nd Shift (3pm - 11pm)
Relief: All sites: Shifts include days, evenings, weekends, overnights, and holiday coverage. Must be available a minimum of four shifts per month.
Minimum requirements include a high school diploma or HSE, a valid driver’s license, proof of automobile insurance; and previous work experience with adolescents or experience working with the Child Welfare System. Successful applicants will be subject to State-mandated and other background checks as a condition of beginning employment.
No phone calls.
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