We have open recruitment and continuously accept resumes for the position of Child Care Worker/Counselor I. Other positions are typically promoted from within unless a qualified person from within our organization cannot be identified to fill the position. All employment inquiries need to be directed to our Administrator, Jennifer Preston, LMFT, she can be reached via telephone at 559-277-3494, email at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax at 559-271-8927.
Due to the nature of our industry, all applicants are required to pass a background investigation (fingerprint submission to DOJ and FBI) and a health screening (pre-employment physical, drug screening and a TB test). Applicants should also possess a valid Califonrina Driver’s License and automobile insurance.
Child Care Worker/Counselor I
DESCRIPTION – We are seeking motivated individuals desiring to make a positive impact on the lives of adolescent males in a residential setting in Fresno, CA. Child Care Workers will be responsible for cooking (using set menus and recipes), directing residents in their activities of daily living, driving residents to and from various appointments and outings. Additionally they are responsible for supervising resident outings and activities, documenting increases and decreases to point system, and other duties as assigned.
REQUIREMENTS – Must meet one of the two following criteria: (1) One year of full-time experience, or its equivalent, working with the client group to be served. (1) Experience shall be verified as having been performed as a paid or volunteer staff person whose duties required direct supervision and care of the client group served. – OR – (2) Completion with a passing grade, from an accredited or approved college or university, of 15 college semester or equivalent quarter units in behavioral science, 9 units of which must be in courses relating to children with behavioral problems which may be the result of abuse, neglect, or emotional trauma. The courses may include, but are not limited to curriculums in Corrections, Psychology, Social Work, or Social Welfare.
WAGES – DOE.