Youth Haven's Career Opportunities
MAIN FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Assist in the continuing implementation of an intentionally structured environment to help reinforce proper behaviors through the context of community life and responsibility.
- Assume responsibility for the direct supervision of children placed in the residential emergency shelter.
- Follow the program schedule, instructions and assignments outlined by the Shelter Coordinators/Shelter Managers.
- Interact with, initiate, and encourage children in structured educational, social and recreational activities.
- Ensure that children participate in structured group activities as outlined on the Activities Calendar.
- Provide appropriate role modeling and direction to the children in their daily routines.
- Work with other Youth Care Workers and staff to listen and meet the needs of the children while in our care.
- Responsible for all cleaning and laundry duties related to a well-maintained emergency shelter to include, but not be limited to, all rooms of facility.
- Prepare all required written reports, notes, and logs, file records in an orderly and timely fashion as assigned by the Shelter Coordinator.
- Responsible for maintaining accurate records on a daily basis including, but not limited to, the service log, school attendance log, recreation and cultural activity report, shift reports, medication log and EPSDT reports.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
A high school diploma or GED and at least two years’ experience working with children in a residential program, youth program or comparable group experience. AA or BA/BS Degree preferred. Preference may be given to persons with CPR and First Aid certification.
Phone calls will not be accepted. If interested, please click on the tab below to email your resume to our Human Resources. Thank you!
- Develops and maintains agency wide budgeting, financial planning, control, accounting and reporting policies and practices.
- Responsible for all operational functions including facilities maintenance, safety, risk management, new construction, and administration.
- Analyzes financial results and provides management and Board of Directors with an understanding of the agency’s financial performance and make actionable recommendations on strategy. Interfaces regularly with Board of Directors and board committees.
- Assures that accounting functions and financial and management records are prepared in accordance with regulations and business requirements. Responsible for financial statement preparation, general ledger, A/R, A/P and payroll.
- Oversees capital asset purchases and inventory.
- Manages capital grants and interacts with State and Federal grantors and produces required grant reporting.
- Maintains agency relationship with financial institutions and assists in selecting and engaging outside consults (auditors, investment advisors).
- Responsible for financial and compliance audits for both contract and independent auditors.
- Monitors all program contracts from financial viewpoint, compliance and reporting in conjunction with program staff.
- Negotiates with outside vendors for all liability insurance as well as employee health, optional insurance, and 403(b) plan.
- Ensures that the information systems are running efficiently and are capable of producing relevant donor and financial information.
- Manages computer systems, hardware and software installation and coordinates maintenance and service with computer consultants.
Must possess excellent analytical, abstract reasoning, communication, and negotiation skills. Demonstrated leadership ability, and interpersonal skills. Proficient computer skills in Microsoft Office products and accounting software, Sage or QuickBooks preferred. Candidate must have a minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and 7-10+ years proven experience in a non-profit organization with an annual budget of at least $2 million. Advanced degree or CPA/CGMA preferred.
If interested, please click on the tab below to submit your resume. No phone calls, please.
Tutors needed for the following subjects: ESL (Spanish and Creole), higher grades math and general education (all subjects).
Required Criteria: Must love teaching and connecting with students. Experience working with students with learning disabilities. Patience working with youth. Must have technical skills since tutoring will be conducted over Zoom. Must be available to tutor twice a week for about an hour each day to start.