Eliot's program is currently seeking a Direct Care Professional to assist in the daily coordination of youth in executing the plan of the day. Participating in the development and implementation of Individual Service Plans. Ideal candidates should be compassionate, dedicated and committed.
Eliot's juvenile justice programming includes a residential network for youth ages 13 to 21 who are court involved and need placement while awaiting return to court, assessment or longer term treatment. These highly structured, self-contained programs offer a comprehensive intervention for juvenile offenders.
Maintain safety and security of program during the overnight hours
Ability to stay awake.
Attend staff and shift change meetings and trainings as required
Monitor and report on program culture
Submit timely, complete, legible and accurate documentation as required
Safely transport residents to activities, appointments, school, work, and visits as needed.
Conduct supervision of assigned youth
Schedule: Monday & Tuesday; Thursday- Saturday 7am-3pm
(Sunday and Wednesday off)
Eliot Community Human Services