Direct Care Worker Supervisor
Homespace Corporation is looking for a Full-time DCW Supervisor, to work a variable schedule including evenings and weekends and a shift on Wednesdays from 1pm till 9pm. Candidates would be responsible for supervising Direct Care Workers; ensuring all policies and procedures are being followed; assist in service-delivery to residents; coordinate scheduling and facilitate regular staffing meetings, trainings and resident experiences. The Supervisor will guide, coach and mentor all of the DCW’s in developing house routines, family traditions, and opportunities for parent/child bonding to take place. The Supervisor is also responsible for ensuring that all principles and skills of associated philosophies related to client care, including Therapeutic Crisis Intervention are being used regularly by all Direct Care Workers and programmatic staff. Candidates must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in social work, education, psychology, or related field plus two (2) years’ work experience in human services, preferably in a residential setting. years of paid. Supervisory/administrative experience in a human services/residential setting is preferred. Must possess a NYS Driver’s License, have use of a personal vehicle, and comply with all regulatory expectations.
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Direct Care Worker - Positions Available
Homesapce Corporation is seeking dedicated professionals to work various shifts at their Mother/Baby Group Home, their Supervised Independent Living Program, and their Agency Operated Boarding Home. Open shifts are as follows:
Agency Operated Boarding Home: 4pm–12am. Shifts include one weekend day.
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. Applicants will need to be cleared thru the NYS Central Registry, MorphoTrust Fingerprinting and a NYS Criminal History Check.
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Youth Support Worker - Full-Time
Homespace Corporation is looking to fill a full-time Youth Support Worker position; this position would be responsible for assisting with the intake process for all Homespace programs. This includes attending community informational events, providing tours of the programs to potential residents, completion of all intake paperwork and the initial linkage of youth from one program choice to another including all paperwork for our community SILP program and discharge paperwork at the time of a final discharge from our program. In addition, the Youth Support Worker, in collaboration with the Case Planners, will assist in the transportaion and supervision of family visits as outlined in their visitation plan. The position requires a flexible schedule that will include some nights and weekends. Minimum qualifications are an Associate's Degree in Human Services or related field, or HS diploma/HSE with five (5) years of similar experience within this field. Must possess a valid NYS Driver's License, have the use of a personal vehicle, and comply with all regulatory expectations and clearances.
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Maintenance Worker - Full-Time
Homespace Corporation is hiring a temporary full-time Maintenance Worker for our facilities which include a group home, apartments and 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 years maintenance experience, the ability to lift and move heavy items, paint, clean and perform general property and grounds upkeep. The ideal candidate should have carpentry, plumbing and electrical knowledge and experience. The candidate will be responsible for maintaining a physically safe environment. Interested candidates must possess a valid NYS driver's license and pass a NYS Child Abuse and Criminal History check.
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