Hillside Family of Agencies Employment Listings

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Record # : 7574

Position: CARE MANAGER (2 OPENINGS) Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center Region: Central

Date: 1/26/2016

Program: Health Homes

Location: 1 opening in Cortland, NY, 1 opening in Oswego, NY - home office is in Syracuse, NY Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - Monday through Friday, with some flexibility. There is a possibility of weekend hours based on client or program need.

Requirements:

The Care Manager has responsibility for working as a lead member of the care team using principles of

assessment, care planning, service and community referrals, and evaluation to coordinate wraparound services using person centered strategies for referred participants. This is a new position/program for Hillside. The caseload will be up to 50 active cases.

Care Manager Responsibilities are, but not limited to:

•Responds to all referrals and begins outreach and engagement, which includes using creative ways to find the person being referred, explain the program and engage the person into the service to move to enrolled status. This role works with transition aged youth, young adults and their caregivers. Participants in this program are 17 and up.

The Care Manager screens, assesses and, as required, performs assigned daily on-call phone triage and walk-in support to assigned participant.

•Provides supportive counseling and care management service to develop comprehensive care plan in

collaboration with the participant and identified community agencies, as well as develop an individualized crisis plan.

•Effectively identifies and uses available resources using current knowledge and awareness of agency and community services, and assumes an influential role in building recommended service options The Care Manager will find necessary resources and gather information from a variety of sources including multiple providers. •Acts as an advocate and broker for clients in making referrals to agency services and community programs, and supports linkage.

•Uses knowledge, personal influence and persuasion to encourage and facilitate connection of participants and their families with continuing care services. Uses Person Center Planning strategies and build support team. •Establishes and maintains productive working relationships with community service providers to facilitate effective referrals and service evaluation. Connects all of an individual’s care givers, so that the needs of an individual are met in a comprehensive manner to support the objective of wellness.

•Maintains required contact with participant and their families and conducts support team and/or family meetings. The Case Manager serves as a liaison between the program and other internal and external resources. •Works flexible hours, including evenings as determined by client needs and effectively evaluates and responds to client needs outside normal service hours.

•Maintains and updates all necessary records, forms, reports and summaries in client files according to agency/funders standards.

•Facilitates, when appropriate, transportation for youth to and from services and other community services to facilitate youth’s ability to access services. If needed, may personally provide transportation.

•Participates in staff meetings, in-service training and team building activities. •Performs and assumes other responsibilities as assigned.

High School Diploma required, Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or related preferred. At least 2 years of Human Services experience with youth and families required. CASAC and/or Significant Experience with

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Record # : 7947

Position: INTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY - YOUTH ADVOCATE II Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center

Region: Western

Date: 1/26/2016

Program: Hillside Work Scholarship Connection Location: Buffalo, NY

Hours: Full Time - 40 hours Requirements:

The Youth Advocate II (YA) works independently (solo) at a school location to provide support and mentoring services to assigned youth in the Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection program. YA II's utilize best practices from youth development models to assist students in achieving positive academic outcomes including high school graduation, attaining life skills and an employment experience. YA II's support the development of good habits that enable students to successfully transition from high school to college or the workplace post-graduation. YA II's build and sustain strong relationships with school principals, administrators and teachers to ensure program fidelity between Team Manager visits.

Essential Functions include (but are not limited to):

• Meets weekly with students enrolled on his/her case-load in the academic environment to review grades, attendance, social skills, and future plans. Teaches student strategies for becoming self-sufficient (juggling school, work, friends; planning for college).

• Develops strong relationships with students and their families to understand home issues that might impede school, work, and post-secondary success. Provides referrals to community support services as necessary. • Completes monthly family interactions through home visits and/or phone calls to ensure that parents and/or guardians are informed of, and in agreement with the service goals established for their child.

• Connects and builds strong relationships with school based personnel (Principals, Administrators, teachers, Support Center Staff).

• Partners with core subject teachers and school counselors to ensure students on their case-load come to class on-time and prepared to learn.

• Works with student on his/her case-load and their family (parents/guardian) to develop an Individualized Graduation Plan (IGP); uses the IGP as a guide to gauge student progress. Works with assigned students and their family to revise their IGP's bi-annually.

• Reviews student’s academic progress weekly; connects students who have GPA's below 2.0 (C) and/or a 69% (D) or lower in a core subject with tutoring services.

• Assists seniors on his/her caseload planning to attend college develop a transition plan; monitors student progress against the plan during weekly meetings, tracks plan progress in ETO.

• Facilitates all evidence based course work, service learning projects, and social-life activities (i.e. pre-employment readiness training, evidence based course work facilitation, etc.) at his/her assigned location. • Provides transportation services (using personal vehicle and/or agency vans) for HW-SC students attending tutoring services, enrichment activities, and field trips.

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Hillside Family of Agencies Employment Listings

Record # : 7946

Position: PROGRAM MANAGER II - COMMUNITY BASED Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center

Region: Central

Date: 1/26/2016

Program: Bridges to Health Location: Syracuse, NY

Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - 9am to 5pm, plus on-call coverage as needed Requirements:

Hillside Children’s Center has an opening for a Full Time Program Manager II in Syracuse, NY for the Bridges to Health program. This position will supervise Care Coordination for the Bridges to Health program and the Office of Mental Health Waiver program

The Program Manager II is responsible for the overall leadership, management and performance of program operations including the delivery of quality direct service to client and families. The Program Manager develops and maintains systems to facilitate the integration of services; the Program Manager coaches and mentors teams in order to implement and maintain these systems. The Program Manager is responsible for the efficiency of the day to day operations of the program including budget development and management, utilization, hiring training, clinical oversight, regulatory compliance and safety of youth families and staff. The Program Manager supports HFA’s Philosophy of Care and works to remove systemic barriers to ensure its implementation.

Program Manager Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

• Ensures delivery of comprehensive family driven services within communities. • Develops and implements systems of accountability for both teams and individuals.

• Assists in the development of the program budget and is responsible for adhering to the established budget. • Develops and maintains positive funder and regulatory relationships via effective communications and a pro-active approach in working with funder staff.

• Handles and follows-up on internal and external emergency situations

• Acts a an active participant in agency, team, and community meetings as needed.

• Has and maintains in-depth knowledge about the services and activities of the area of responsibility. • Develops, maintains, and updates all required documentation in a timely manner.

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Record # : 7722

Position: SPECIAL INVESTIGATOR Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center Region: Monroe

Date: 1/26/2016

Program: SPQA

Location: Rochester, NY

Hours: Part time - 24 hours - Tuesday-Friday, 11am-5pm. Flexibility needed for some scheduling outside of base schedule.

Requirements:

The Special Investigator is responsible for conducting, documenting and completing internal investigations regarding allegations of Physical, Psychological and Sexual abuse as well as issues of potential Neglect as it relates to the youth served by the agency. Investigators will be assigned investigations throughout HFA.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

• Travel to all HFA locations to conduct investigations as needed.

• Work in conjunction with external regulatory and oversight agencies such as NYS Justice Center, OCFS, OMH, CPS, OPWDD and law enforcement in the notification and compilation of investigative data.

• Assumes major responsibility for collecting evidence, business documents, statements and compiling of information relative to investigations in an orderly, organized and timely fashion.

• Writes completed investigation reports which will be reviewed by the appropriate review committee. Reports must be both thorough and concise. Initiates investigations in a timely manner including evenings and weekends if necessary.

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Hillside Family of Agencies Employment Listings

Record # : 7948

Position: SKILL BUILDER III

Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center Region: Western

Date: 1/26/2016

Program: Bridges to Health (B2H) Location: Buffalo, NY

Hours: Relief - hours vary based on need - evenings, nights and weekends required. Requirements:

The Skill Builder III (Waiver Service Provider) participates within a designated service team to develop treatment and behavior management plans and executes such plans aimed at assisting youth to achieve their personal goals and objectives. This position has the responsibility of assuring the safety of the youth and applying appropriate emergency and crisis intervention techniques as needed. The incumbent will work primarily with male and female adolescents and teenagers who are diagnosed as Serious Emotionally Disturbed, Medically fragile, or

developmentally disabled. This individual must demonstrate skills that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. The Skill Builder III interacts with clients and families in a variety of settings including biological, pre-adoptive, and foster homes, and

neighborhood, community and group care settings. The Wavier Service provider will provide waiver services to youth and family such as skill building, Family Caregiver Supports, and Planned Respite. The majority of the work schedule will be evenings; however, incumbent may need to work occasional weekends or split shifts as required by service’s needs.

Bachelor's degree in Human Services or related degree required and 2 years of relevant experience (3-5 preferred). Over time, this position performs all job requirements with independence; has demonstrated an ability to organize and deliver more complex training; depended upon for resolution of more complex problems/issues; may perform supervisory functions, mentoring and training activities as assigned. The Skill Builder III serves as a role model for Skill Builders. Requires driving between counties in Western New York.

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Record # : 7758

Position: SPECIALIST II - HWSC

Affiliate: Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection Region: Monroe

Date: 1/26/2016

Program: Hillside Work Scholarship Connection Location: Rochester, NY

Hours: Full time - 40 hours - Monday-Friday, 8am-4:30pm and occasional evening hours Requirements:

Under supervision, the Specialist II is responsible for the delivery and facilitation of academic, post-secondary planning and support, college, career, enrichment and employment programming and facilitation. The Specialist will be actively involved in relationship building, supporting Youth Advocate implementation of programming, and engaging youth in program services. The Specialist II further develops processes to support the program under the direction of Operations Management. This position may mentor a Specialist I level. This role takes on additional analysis activities to make recommendations based on the data. In this role, the specialist has a broader focus of services and is not limited to a specialty focus.

Essential functions of the Specialist II position include, but are not limited to:

• Actively develops and maintains partner relationships with employers and community associations to engage in opportunities for HW-SC students such as job shadowing, internships, career speakers and pre-apprentice trade opportunities; with high school guidance counselors and higher education institutions to maintain knowledge and service expertise for students

• Supports general oversight and actual implementation of career, post-secondary, academic and/or employment programming and facilitation. Responsible for fidelity of employment, career, post-secondary, academic, and enrichment programming.

• Provides services to HW-SC students in collaboration with and as identified by Youth Advocates and Team Supervisors. Monitors placement and progress of participating students in partnership with YAs and Team Supervisors. Provides support services for HW-SC students who are preparing for the transition from high school to military, trade school, employment, college.

• Provides services to HW-SC students in collaboration with and as identified by YAs and Team Supervisors. Monitors placement and progress of participating students in partnership with YAs and Team Supervisors. Provides support services for HW-SC students who are preparing for the transition from high school to military, trade school, employment, college.

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Hillside Family of Agencies Employment Listings

Record # : 7945

Position: NURSE PRACTITIONER - PSYCHIATRIC Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center

Region: Monroe

Date: 1/25/2016

Program: Nursing Location: Penn Yan, NY

Hours: Full Time - 32 Hours - Mon & Wed 11 am - 7 pm; Tues and Thurs 9 am - 5 pm Requirements:

Hillside Children’s Center is actively recruiting for a full time Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner for its Penn Yan Clinic. Hillside provides high quality residential and outpatient services across Upstate NY. Our Nurse Practitioners have the privilege of serving youth and their families, specifically, youth who are diagnosed with a myriad of mental health conditions. Our NPs have an active role on multidisciplinary teams that include psychiatrists, nurses, pediatric providers, direct support professionals and education staff. Our cutting-edge, trauma-informed, family-driven programs teach skill sets derived from evidence-based practices to help children successfully transition home or to lower levels of care (such as a community residence or foster care) in as short a time as possible. Join our highly collaborative, cross-functional team of passionate and dedicated staff. As a Nurse Practitioner at Hillside, you will enjoy many opportunities for professional growth and development through our partnerships with major education and research institutions. We encourage you to coordinate a visit to one of our treatment facilities to shadow with us and experience first-hand what a great workplace this can be for you.

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Record # : 7944

Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center Region: Central

Date: 1/25/2016

Program: Catskills Location: Romulus, NY

Hours: Full Time- 40 Hours- evenings and weekends. Requirements:

The Youth Care Professional I (YCP) performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assists in the development of life and social skills in a residential treatment setting. The YCP I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, appearance, management of self, response to stress, and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Essential functions of the YCP I include, but are not limited to:

• Demonstrates skills, abilities, and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment.

• Performs job requirements with regular supervision, and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities.

• May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. • Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate, based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives.

• Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence.

High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

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Hillside Family of Agencies Employment Listings

Record # : 7943 Position: CLINICIAN I

Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center Region: Monroe

Date: 1/25/2016

Program: Outpatient Services Location: Rochester, NY

Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - Monday - Friday - 2 days 12pm to 8pm, 2 days 10am to 6pm and 1 day 9am to 5pm

Requirements:

The Clinician I is responsible for the assessment and delivery of quality mental health care to youth and families. The Clinician I will work on a team, assessing a youth's/family's needs, and is responsible for developing, assessing and modifying the individual service plan in collaboration with the youth/family and multi-disciplinary treatment team. This position will provide individual and group therapy, including structured and process groups, within a variety of settings (residential, school, community). The Clinician I will utilize experience, education, age-specific knowledge and cultural competence in order to assess and treat clients to achieve positive and successful outcomes and routinely successfully uses problem-solving skills. The Clinician I is relied upon as the primary contact for the service plan and is able to expertly and succinctly communicate at all levels both orally and in writing.

Master's degree in Social Work, Mental Health Counseling or related field required. NYS Professional License in area of study preferred or must be license eligible upon hire. 1-3 years of experience as a Clinician preferred. Ideal candidate would have Clinical experience with adults, as well as with youth and families. Candidates must have thorough knowledge of services provided, well developed advocacy skills, knowledge and understanding of payment processes for services and regulatory knowledge.

Valid NY State Driver's License required. Candidates must meet agency driving and insurance standards. Minimally requires one of the following licenses (or related limited permit). Consistent with state professional licensing laws, additional restrictions might apply:

• Licensed Clinical Social Worker • Licensed Master Social Worker

• Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist • Licensed Psychologist

• Licensed Mental Health Counselor • Licensed Creative Arts Therapist

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Record # : 7750

Position: TEACHER I - SPECIAL EDUCATION Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center Region: Monroe

Date: 1/23/2016

Program: Andrews Trahey Campus School Location: Rochester, NY

Hours: Full Time - 40 hours, Monday - Friday - 8am to 4pm Requirements:

The Special Education Teacher is responsible for providing a success-oriented learning and/or skills-building experience for designated students. The candidate for this position must possess strong behavior management skills, as well as the ability to differentiate instruction in order to meet the needs of the youth that we serve. The Special Education Teacher demonstrates strong classroom/learning environment and management skills using boundaries and rules to promote students’ self-management and responsibility, and is adept at behavior

management and recognizing the need for prevention, intervention and problem-solving techniques. The person in this position is an adult role model for students and colleagues in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of professional relationships with others. As a member of an interdisciplinary team and child advocate, the Special Education Teacher demonstrates (on the job) a broad understanding of students’ educational, social and personal challenges and capabilities, and also demonstrates a commitment to quality through the effective use of resources including and not limited to time, materials, technology and personnel.

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Hillside Family of Agencies Employment Listings

Record # : 7778

Position: CASE MANAGER (PARENT LIAISON) Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center

Region: Central

Date: 1/23/2016

Program: Institute for Family Connections Location: Syracuse, NY

Hours: Full time - 40 hours - Typically Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm, but will require evening work on a regular basis and some and weekend work periodically. This position can also be filled with 2 part time people Requirements:

This position can be filled with full time – 40 hours or with two part time – 20 hour people.

The Parent Liaison will be an adoptive parent who has experience navigating the child welfare system and services as related to adoption. The role of the parent liaison is to engage with other parents/caregivers who are in the process of or have adopted children and are TANF eligible. They will provide one-to-one support and crisis intervention to families and also arrange productive educational and social experiences. The Parent Liaison will work closely with the Adoption Coordinator and bring to their role the benefit of having “been there, done that” as an adoptive parent them self. The Adoption Support And Preservation (ASAP) program is funded for 1 year; ongoing funding is anticipated, but not guaranteed. The Adoption Support And Preservation (ASAP) program is funded for 1 year; ongoing funding is anticipated, but not guaranteed.

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Record # : 7674

Position: YOUTH ADVOCATE I - BILINGUAL SPANISH Affiliate: Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection Region: Maryland

Date: 1/23/2016

Program: Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection Location: Prince George's County, Maryland

Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - Monday - Friday - school hours (occasional weekends) Requirements:

Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection (HW-SC) has an opening for a Bilingual Youth Advocate in the Prince George’s County, MD office. This position will be working with students whose primary language is in the Spanish language. Applicants must be Bilingual in Spanish – speaking, reading and writing.

The Youth Advocate actively provides support and mentoring to assigned youth in the Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection program using the best practices of a youth development model to assist each student achieving positive academic outcomes, attain successful employment experience and graduate from high school. Essential Functions of the job are (but not limited to):

• Assists in the identification and selection of youth who have the personal characteristics to become successful participants in the Work-Scholarship Connection (HW-SC) program.

• Regularly interacts with HW-SC participants in their academic environment to assist with the development of study, time-management skills and the development of life skills training.

• Conducts family and parental/guardian contacts via home visits or by phone to ensure that the parent/guardian is informed of, and is in agreement with, the service goals identified for their child.

• Continually demonstrates the emotional confidence and good judgment required to develop productive,

engaged youth, and well as to develop enhanced school and parent/guardian relationships while adhering to policy and identified best practices.

• Be an adept communicator at all levels, recognizing issues and situations that could require notification and communications to others.

• Completes all assigned responsibilities including being on call, taking field trips, planning, implementing and chaperoning events, developing improvement plans for students with regard to grades, and all required written and verbal documentation, reports and log entries into the ETO system.

• Provides individual student support and group training in a wide variety of topics that provide HW-SC participants with the social, life, academic and employment skills that enable success.

• Ability to maintain an active case load based on enrollment targets by recruiting new students and retaining existing students.

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Hillside Family of Agencies Employment Listings

Record # : 7640

Position: TUTORS

Affiliate: Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection Region: Western

Date: 1/23/2016

Program: Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection Location: Buffalo, NY

Hours: Monday - Thursday - 2 hours per day, 2 days a week - 3pm to 5pm Requirements:

Hillside Work Scholarship Connection has openings for Tutors in Buffalo, NY ! We are looking for tutors in Algebra, Earth Science, Biology and Global Studeies/US History. Hours are Monday – Thursday, 2 hours per day from 3pm to 5pm.

The HWSC is a nationally recognized youth development program proven to increase graduation rates and prepare students within the city school districts of Rochester and Syracuse, New York and Prince George’s County,

Maryland students, to enter college or the workplace, post-graduation. The program provides long-term advocacy, academic resources, life skills development, and job training, resulting in self-sufficient, contributing adults for the community.

The Tutor will support students with homework and ensuring completion of assignments. The tutor will also be responsible for NYS Regent’s preparation curriculum development and delivery. Must be prepared to provide basic S.A.T prep. The tutor will provide support to small and large group of students.

Requirements: Knowledge of Common Core Standards Secondary Teacher Certification Preferred

Prior experience tutoring and or working with Youth Experience with New York State Regents Exams Bachelor’s degree in Education

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Record # : 7815

Position: PARENT EDUCATOR - COMMUNITY BASED Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center

Region: Monroe

Date: 1/23/2016

Program: Skip Generations Location: Rochester, NY

Hours: Part Time - 20-25 hours Monday - Saturday Requirements:

The Family Resource Center is looking to hire a Parent Educator to support kinship caregivers in caring for relatives. This position will strengthen our existing Skip Generations mentor programming and will be facilitating enrollment for UPK & EPK programs. The Parent Educator works to support the growth and development of children and parents within the community through the implementation, with fidelity, of evidence-based parenting education programs, including Effective Black Parenting and Incredible Years curriculum. This position works under close supervision in performing functions that assist in the provision of such support to families.

This is a Part Time, 20-25 hour position. Flexible hours, hours may include some evening/weekends for community outreach.

Job duties include, but are not limited to:

• Facilitates educational/support groups in the Skip Generations program, providing group options in all 3 tiers of participation for kinship and relative caregivers.

• Strengthen our existing mentor programming by recruiting new members for mentor training, working with the Wisdom Work Team and developing tracking system for work that mentors are doing in the community.

• Provides the developmentally appropriate Protective Factor Screenings to all families.

• Assists caregivers in developing a resource network, linking them to community resources, advocating for services and providing individual assistance of kinship care providers. Working closely within collaborative relationships with Office of the Aging, Monroe County Family Court, Rochester City School District and URMC. Specific focus on engaging Grandparents raising grandchildren.

• Assists in recruitment of new participants through effective community outreach effort.

• Completes UPK and EPK enrollment and works with teaching staff towards retention of families within the program through effective communication.

• Outreach to internal Hillside programs and other community organizations. Extensive community outreach. • Ensures timely entry of data and information for reports as required by funders.

• Additional tasks assigned as needed.

Bachelor’s/4 year degree in social work, health, psychology preferred. Candidates must have minimally an Associate’s degree or 60 college hours required. Candidates with personal experience as a kin caregiver and with navigation of the social and educational systems are strongly encouraged to apply. Supervised experience working with young children and/or parents required.

The right fit for this position will have:

• Strong communication and interpersonal skills (nonjudgmental, objective, reflective, empathic, patient, tactful) • The ability to establish rapport with families and empower them by building on their strengths

• Strong organizational and record keeping skills

• The ability to work independently and be self-motivated (often in the field)

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Hillside Family of Agencies Employment Listings

Record # : 7057

Position: OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center Region: Monroe

Date: 1/23/2016

Program: Halpern Education Center Location: Webster, NY

Hours: Full Time - 16 hours Requirements:

We are seeking an Occupational Therapist to meet the needs of our students.

Hillside is looking for a Part Time Occupational Therapist. We have an opening for 16 hours at our Halpern Day Treatment program in Webster, NY (2 days).

The occupational therapist provides IEP mandated services to youth in our residential and day treatment schools. OT services may include promoting wellness program to prevent childhood obesity and facilitate a healthy lifestyle, facilitating hand writing and fine motor development, promoting functional skills for living and self-care,

individualized treatment for sensory processing difficulties and addressing psychosocial needs by teaching effective coping strategies. The successful candidate will provide assessment and treatment, as well as serving on the multi-disciplinary team to make recommendations for students at the Monroe Campus School. The OT will be responsible for creating and implementing therapeutic treatments, including school remediation, sensory

modulation, and gross and fine motor skills to match student abilities. OT-R’s complete initial evaluations and re-evaluations, manage caseload responsibilities such as obtaining Physician’s OT prescriptions, documenting weekly progress notes and IEP goal development.

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Record # : 7785

Position: TEACHER I- SPECIAL EDUCATION Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center Region: Monroe

Date: 1/23/2016

Program: Halpern Education Center Location: Webster, NY

Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - Monday-Friday, 7:30am-3:30pm Requirements:

The Special Education Teacher is responsible for providing a success-oriented learning and/or skills-building experience for designated students. The Teacher must be certified in Special Education 7-12, to work with youth in a day treatment setting. Candidate must possess strong behavior management skills and the ability to

differentiate instruction to meet the diverse needs of population as well as demonstrate the ability to work effectively as member of treatment team. Candidates also must be able to work effectively as a member of the treatment team.

The Special Education Teacher demonstrates strong classroom/learning environment and management skills using boundaries and rules to promote students’ self-management and responsibility, and is adept at behavior

management and recognizing the need for prevention, intervention and problem-solving techniques. The person in this position is an adult role model for students and colleagues in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of professional relationships with others. As a member of an interdisciplinary team and child advocate, the Special Education Teacher demonstrates (on the job) a broad understanding of students’ educational, social and personal challenges and capabilities, and also demonstrates a commitment to quality through the effective use of resources including and not limited to time, materials, technology and personnel.

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Hillside Family of Agencies Employment Listings

Record # : 7843

Position: SCHOOL PRINCIPAL

Affiliate: Snell Farm Children's Center Region: Western

Date: 1/23/2016

Program: Education Location: Bath, NY

Hours: Full Time - 40 Hours Requirements:

Snell Farm Children's Center has an opening for a Full Time School Principal in Bath, NY. The School Principal is responsible for providing leadership in a therapeutic education setting, including oversight of the day to day operations of the assigned campus school. This position is responsible for successfully meeting all targeted established goals and objectives; e.g., increasing student attendance, improving and documenting students’ academic performance, working collaboratively with academic and clinical staff members and creating an overall effective learning organization.

The right fit for this position will have direct management of assigned school personnel; oversight and direct management of all instructional matters, compliance issues, the school budget, integration of behavioral support and discipline. This position will have supervision and evaluation of all teachers, school-based managers and other staff as assigned to the campus school.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

• Responsible for assuring that the school attains and maintains all regulatory requirements, including required filings, records maintenance and funders' standards. Must be technologically savvy and ensure all student data is maintained and current.

• Assures all instruction and curricula are presented to students utilizing sound pedagogical practices, facilitating the highest possible education and vocational outcomes for students, with regulatory guidance.

• Evaluates and provides ongoing feedback to teachers and other school staff aimed at assuring high quality education and instruction.

• Serves as instructional coach, recommending programmatic methods and guidance. Aware of and appropriately accesses internal and community resources in support of school needs.

• Has ultimate responsibility for behavioral standards at the school and addresses behavior shortfalls as outlined by SED and additional agency funders.

• Is the CSE Chair for students. Purposefully builds meaningful relationships with families and residential units in order to facilitate school success for students.

• Oversees all administrative aspects of the school, including scheduling, student/practice teacher programs, building use and maintenance, counseling and guidance and availability of required in-service and training opportunities for staff.

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Record # : 7483

Position: TEACHER I - MUSIC Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center Region: Central

Date: 1/22/2016

Program: Education - Finger Lakes Campus School Location: Auburn, NY

Hours: Part Time - 20 hours - Monday-Friday - 8am-12pm Requirements:

The Music Teacher is responsible for providing a success-oriented learning and/or skills-building experience for designated students.

The Music Teacher demonstrates strong classroom/learning environment and management skills using boundaries and rules to promote students’ self-management and responsibility, and is adept at behavior management and recognizing the need for prevention, intervention and problem-solving techniques. The person in this position is an adult role model for students and colleagues in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of professional relationships with others. As a member of an interdisciplinary team and child advocate, the Music Teacher demonstrates (on the job) a broad understanding of students’ educational, social and personal challenges and capabilities, and also

demonstrates a commitment to quality through the effective use of resources including and not limited to time, materials, technology and personnel.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

• Participating in the development and implementation of the general and/or individualized education program appropriate to the developmental needs of the student, through appropriate assessment, testing, direct observation and a review of the relevant records.

• Works with a wide range of ages/grades and utilizes their expertise and experience in vocal, instrumental and general music genre, history, theory, and practice to achieve desired outcomes.

• Effectively evaluating the student’s individual education plan through individual and/or group learning experiences.

• Demonstrating specialized knowledge and a strong understanding of various instructional techniques and differentiates instruction to meet the varied learning styles and needs of students.

• Knowledgeable about state and local education standards to assure that education delivered meets all requirements and seeks clarification as needed.

• Facilitating student success by demonstrating the ability to provide appropriate expectations and boundaries that promote and maintain a safe environment conducive to learning.

• Recognizing and addressing aggressive student behavior, and is trained and proficient in behavior management and Therapeutic Crisis Intervention techniques, including the use of physical intervention (holds).

• Being an involved member of treatment teams demonstrating cooperation with team members and others in order to facilitate positive and efficient outcomes.

• Maintaining all required recordkeeping to meet individual education plans and regulatory requirements. • Attending meetings as required and is a willing participant in new initiatives and team activities.

• Effectively leads, utilizes and works with the teaching assistant to facilitate a collaborative working relationship to support students in the learning process.

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Hillside Family of Agencies Employment Listings

Record # : 7423

Position: SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHERS Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center Region: Monroe

Date: 1/22/2016

Program: Andrews Trahey School & Crestwood Campus School Location: Rochester, NY

Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - Monday - Friday Requirements:

Hillside Children’s Center has openings for Special Education Teachers for our Rochester based campus schools. • Andrew’s Trahey School on the Monroe Avenue campus

• Crestwood Campus School on Scottsville Road • Halpern Education Center in Webster, NY

There are openings for Full Time Teachers and Substitute Teachers.

*** When applying, in a cover letter, please specify which school you are applying for and if you are looking for Full Time, Substitute or both. ***

The Special Education Teacher is responsible for providing a success-oriented learning and/or skill-building experience for designated students.

The Special Education Teacher participates in the development and implementation of the general and/or individualized education program appropriate to the developmental needs of the student, through appropriate assessment, testing, direct observation and a review of the relevant records. This position would effectively evaluate the student’s individual education plan through individual and/or group learning experiences. This position demonstrates specialized knowledge and a strong understanding of various instructional techniques and differentiates instruction to meet the varied learning styles and needs of students. The Special Education Teacher is knowledgeable about state and local education standards to assure that education delivered meets all

requirements and seeks clarification as needed. This position facilitates student success by demonstrating the ability to provide appropriate expectations and boundaries that promote and maintain a safe environment conducive to learning. The Special Education Teacher recognizes and addresses aggressive student behavior and is trained and proficient in behavior management and Therapeutic Crisis Intervention techniques, including the use of physical intervention (holds). The Special Education Teacher an involved member of treatment teams

demonstrating cooperation with team members and others in order to facilitate positive and efficient outcomes. This position maintains all required record keeping to meet individual education plans and regulatory

requirements, as well as attends meetings as required and is a willing participant in new initiatives and team activities. The Special Education Teacher effectively works with a wide range of ages/grades, performs diagnosis and assessment of learning characteristics and develops appropriate instructional techniques to achieve desired outcomes.

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Record # : 7419

Position: SKILLBUILDER I

Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center Region: Central

Date: 1/22/2016

Program: Customized Community Services Location: Syracuse, NY

Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - 10:30am to 6:30pm or 11am to 7pm Requirements:

The Skill Builder I performs functions that assist in the care and treatment of youth and families and assisting youth to develop life and social skills in a community based setting and in establishing a safe physical and emotional environment for youth and families in care. Candidate must be available to work at least 2 weekend days per month, which will allow for a flexible schedule.

The Skill Builder I recognizes differentiating youth/families behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and executes such plans aimed at assisting

youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Skill Builder I is responsible for managing /youth/families activities within an individual or group dynamic, assuring the safety of the youth/families assigned, and applying appropriate emergency and crisis intervention principles and techniques. The Skill Builder I will pro-actively maintain current knowledge of the youth/families emotional/behavior status, assesses the effectiveness of service plans, and supports youth/families interactions with family and local community. Skill Builder I shall provide life skills and social skills training for /youth/families, use verbal de escalation skills as required and shall act as a mandated reporter of child abuse and/or neglect.

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Hillside Family of Agencies Employment Listings

Record # : 7575

Position: CLINICAL MANAGER Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center Region: Central

Date: 1/22/2016

Program: DAS- Blueridge Hall Location: Romulus, NY

Hours: Full Time 40 hours Monday- Friday ( occasional on call) Requirements:

The Clinical Manager works under the leadership and direction of the Program Manager ensuring the delivery of quality clinical services to clients and their families by providing clinical guidance and supervision to program employees.

The Clinical Manager typically has responsibility for: A minimum of 4 direct reports

Up to 120 clients Multiple disciplines

Meeting specific utilization targets

The Clinical Manager will provide oversight for the clinical content of treatment plans and provide direct clinical supervision to assigned employees. This position will work closely with our Strategy and Quality team in reviewing audit report to ensure documentation is accurate and will consistently communicate with funders in efforts to maintain positive relationships. The Clinical Manager will keep up to date with effective treatment intervention, will provide on-call coverage for crisis and may provide some direct service and support to families as required. Master's degree required in Social Work, Mental Health or related field. Candidates must hold license related to degree (LCSW, LMFT, LMHC, LCAT, Licensed PHD Psychologist). Five years of experience required, including Supervisory/Management experience.

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Record # : 7472

Position: YOUTH MENTOR

Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center Region: Monroe

Date: 1/22/2016

Program: Youth Mentor Program Location: Rochester, NY

Hours: Part Time - 10 hours Requirements:

The primary responsibility of the youth mentor is to serve as a peer mentor, positive role model and advocate to youth and young adults currently receiving care coordination services in Monroe County. The Youth Mentor will assist youth in achieving their goals and living healthy, self-directed lives. The role involves connecting with youth while working with a team in order to identify, advocate, and act as a liaison between youth and other

professionals and community natural supports. Responsibilities of the youth mentor include:

• Educating and modeling for youth, how to advocate for their needs • Helping youth identify goals for their plan of care

• Assisting youth in engaging in their own planning process and self-advocacy • Creating partnerships with youth and professionals to help meet youth’s needs • Co- facilitating skill-building groups and trainings for youth and staff

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Hillside Family of Agencies Employment Listings

Record # : 3513

Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center Region: Central

Date: 1/22/2016

Program: Residential Treatment Facility Location: Auburn, NY

Hours: Relief - all shifts Requirements:

The Youth Care Professional I performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on

treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all

behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging

children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence.

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Record # : 3427

Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center Region: Monroe

Date: 1/22/2016

Program: Residential Treatment

Location: Rochester, NY - Monroe Campus Hours: Relief - hours/shifts vary based on needs Requirements:

This position is a RELIEF position. Our Monroe Ave Campus has on-going relief opportunities for Youth Care Professionals for all shifts.

The Youth Care Professional (YCP) performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all

behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging

children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence.

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Hillside Family of Agencies Employment Listings

Record # : 7186

Position: SKILLBUILDER I

Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center Region: Central

Date: 1/22/2016

Program: Community Support Services/Wavier

Location: Supporting the Cortland Area, with a home office in Syracuse, NY Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - 10:30am-6:30pm or 11am-7pm

Requirements:

The Skill Builder I performs functions that assist in the care and treatment of youth and families and assisting youth to develop life and social skills in a community based setting and in establishing a safe physical and emotional environment for youth and families in care. Candidate must be available to work at least 2 weekend days per month, which will allow for a flexible schedule.

The Skill Builder I recognizes differentiating youth/families behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and executes such plans aimed at assisting

youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Skill Builder I is responsible for managing /youth/families activities within an individual or group dynamic, assuring the safety of the youth/families assigned, and applying appropriate emergency and crisis intervention principles and techniques. The Skill Builder I will pro-actively maintain current knowledge of the youth/families emotional/behavior status, assesses the effectiveness of service plans, and supports youth/families interactions with family and local community. Skill Builder I shall provide life skills and social skills training for /youth/families, use verbal de escalation skills as required and shall act as a mandated reporter of child abuse and/or neglect.

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Record # : 3633

Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center Region: Central

Date: 1/22/2016

Program: Varick Campus- Residential Services Location: Romulus, NY

Hours: Relief - Days and Hours May Vary Requirements:

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Hillside Family of Agencies Employment Listings

Record # : 7484

Position: TEACHER I - READING Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center Region: Central

Date: 1/22/2016

Program: Education - Finger Lakes Campus School Location: Auburn, NY

Hours: Full Time - 20 hours - Monday-Friday Requirements:

The Reading Teacher is responsible for providing a success-oriented learning and/or skills-building experience for designated students.

The Reading Teacher demonstrates strong classroom/learning environment and management skills using boundaries and rules to promote students’ self-management and responsibility, and is adept at behavior

management and recognizing the need for prevention, intervention and problem-solving techniques. The person in this position is an adult role model for students and colleagues in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of professional relationships with others. As a member of an interdisciplinary team and child advocate, the Reading Teacher demonstrates (on the job) a broad understanding of students’ educational, social and personal challenges and capabilities, and also demonstrates a commitment to quality through the effective use of resources including and not limited to time, materials, technology and personnel.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

• Participating in the development and implementation of the general and/or individualized education program appropriate to the developmental needs of the student, through appropriate assessment, testing, direct observation and a review of the relevant records.

• Effectively evaluating the student’s individual education plan through individual and/or group learning experiences.

• Demonstrating specialized knowledge and a strong understanding of various instructional techniques and differentiates instruction to meet the varied learning styles and needs of students.

• Knowledgeable about state and local education standards to assure that education delivered meets all requirements and seeks clarification as needed.

• Facilitating student success by demonstrating the ability to provide appropriate expectations and boundaries that promote and maintain a safe environment conducive to learning.

• Recognizing and addressing aggressive student behavior, and is trained and proficient in behavior management and Therapeutic Crisis Intervention techniques, including the use of physical intervention (holds).

• Being an involved member of treatment teams demonstrating cooperation with team members and others in order to facilitate positive and efficient outcomes.

• Maintaining all required recordkeeping to meet individual education plans and regulatory requirements. • Attending meetings as required and is a willing participant in new initiatives and team activities.

• Effectively leads, utilizes and works with the teaching assistant to facilitate a collaborative working relationship to support students in the learning process.

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Record # : 7940

Position: INTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY - CARE COORDINATOR II Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center

Region: Monroe

Date: 1/22/2016

Program: Bridges to Health

Location: Rochester, NY (Surrounding Counties)

Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - flexible, evening and weekends Requirements:

The Care Coordinator II is responsible for the delivery of quality service provision and psychosocial care to the youth that we serve in the Bridges to Health program. This position works with Care Coordinators and other care providers to assure overall needs of the client are met. The Care Coordinator II may be assigned to lead projects and mentor Care Coordinator I’s as needed.

Responsibilities of the Care Coordinator II include but are not limited to:

• Provides preventive crisis training, psycho-education, support and services to youth and families in their homes, community and school setting. Provides community and school advocacy.

• Works as a team member in assessing a youth’s needs and is responsible for developing, assessing and modifying the individual service plan in collaboration with the child/youth for /family, family and multi-disciplinary treatment team.

• Provides psycho-educational training for youth and families and groups in a variety of settings based on group/child/youth/family needs and Care Coordinator experience.

• Actively involved in the implementation of a strength-based service plan including site/home visits and assessments, recognizing gaps and needs, assessing results, and communicating with the multi-disciplinary treatment team.

• Actively participate in agency, staff and team meetings

• Utilizes experience, education, age-specific knowledge and cultural competence in order to assess and support youth and families to achieve positive and successful outcomes and routinely successfully uses problem-solving skills with self and others.

• Able to be on the on-call rotation for after hour crisis needs (holidays and weekends)

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Hillside Family of Agencies Employment Listings

Record # : 7941 Position: CLINICIAN I

Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center Region: Monroe

Date: 1/22/2016

Program: Halpern Education Center Location: Webster, NY

Hours: Full time - 40 hours - Monday - Friday - 7:30am to 3:30pm - weekdays, some after school hours necessary

Requirements:

The Clinician I is responsible for the assessment and delivery of quality mental health care to youth and families. The Clinician I will work on a team, assessing a youth's/family's needs, and is responsible for developing, assessing and modifying the individual service plan in collaboration with the youth/family and multi-disciplinary treatment team. This position will provide individual and group therapy, including structured and process groups, within a variety of settings (residential, school, community). The Clinician I will utilize experience, education, age-specific knowledge and cultural competence in order to assess and treat clients to achieve positive and successful outcomes and routinely successfully uses problem-solving skills. The Clinician I is relied upon as the primary contact for the service plan and is able to expertly and succinctly communicate at all levels both orally and in writing.

Master's degree in Social Work, Mental Health Counseling or related field required. NYS Professional License in area of study preferred or must be license eligible upon hire. 1-3 years of experience as a Clinician preferred. Experience with DBT preferred. Candidates must have thorough knowledge of services provided, well developed advocacy skills, knowledge and understanding of payment processes for services and regulatory knowledge. Valid NY State Driver's License required. Candidates must meet agency driving and insurance standards. Minimally requires one of the following licenses (or related limited permit). Consistent with state professional licensing laws, additional restrictions might apply:

• Licensed Clinical Social Worker • Licensed Master Social Worker

• Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist • Licensed Psychologist

• Licensed Mental Health Counselor • Licensed Creative Arts Therapist

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Record # : 7942

Position: CARE COORDINATOR II/HEALTH CARE INTEGRATOR Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center

Region: Western

Date: 1/22/2016

Program: Bridges To Health Location: Buffalo, NY

Hours: Full Time - 40 Hours - M-F Requirements:

The Care Coordinator II has primary responsibility for the child’s health care coordination and administration of the Individual Health Plan. The Care Coordinator II (CC II) provides the service of Health Care Integration, the OCFS Bridges to Health Waiver service through which the Individualized Health Plan (IHP) is created and managed. The Health Care Integrator will assess the need for services, develop and update the IHP, link the child and family/care giver to the identified services. They will also consult with the child and care giver on the appropriate provision of services, stabilize the environment for the child and care giver, and advocate for the child’s needs, coordinate team meetings, coordinate the constellation of services and providers to meet specific needs of each enrolled child; and participate in overall quality management of B2H Waiver Program.

Required: The minimum qualifications for a CC II are a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, or other human services related field and four (4) years of experience providing service coordination. This position requires an independent self-starter. NYS Driver’s License required. Candidates must meet the agencies driving and insurance standards.

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Hillside Family of Agencies Employment Listings

Record # : 7167

Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center Region: Central

Date: 1/22/2016

Program: DAS- Adirondacks Location: Romulus, NY Hours: Full Time- 40 hours Requirements:

The Youth Care Professional (YCP) performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all

behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging

children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence.

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Record # : 7500

Position: CARE COORDINATOR II Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center Region: Central

Date: 1/21/2016

Program: Waiver Services Location: Syracuse, NY

Hours: Full Time - 40 hours Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm Requirements:

The Care Coordinator is responsible for the delivery of quality psycho-social care to the youth/family. This position works with Clinicians and other care providers to ensure overall needs of the client are met. The CC I will work as a team member in assessing a youth/family's needs and is responsible for developing, assessing and modifying the individual service plan in collaboration with the youth/family and multi-disciplinary treatment team. The CC I is actively involved in the implementation of a strength-based service plan including site/home visits and

assessments, identifying and coordinating collateral resources, recognizing gaps and needs, assessing results and communicating with the multi-disciplinary treatment team.

Requirements for the position are:

Master’s degree in one of the following fields: audiology, child and family studies, communication disorders, community mental health, counseling, education (with Special Education certification), nursing, occupational therapy, psychology, recreation therapy, rehabilitation, social work, sociology, or human services, human

development or other related degrees, or a NYS Teacher’s Certificate, and two years’ experience* providing direct services for children with one or more of the following primary diagnoses: mental illness, mental retardation, alcoholism, chemical dependency or substance abuse.

OR

Bachelor’s degree in one of the above fields, or a NYS Teacher’s Certificate, and four years’ experience* providing direct services, or providing linkage to services, for children with one or more of the following primary diagnoses: mental illness, mental retardation, alcoholism, chemical dependency or substance abuse.

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Hillside Family of Agencies Employment Listings

Record # : 7937

Position: ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR - RESIDENTIAL Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center

Region: Central

Date: 1/21/2016

Program: Specialized

Location: Varick Campus - Romulus, NY

Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - Tuesday-Saturday Requirements:

The Assistant Supervisor - Residential supervises Youth Care Professionals in the performance of their daily responsibilities. The Assistant Supervisor - Residential is part of the direct care staff schedule and generally performs the duties of a Youth Care Professional a considerable portion of time. The Assistant Supervisor - Residential supports HFA’s Philosophy of Care and works to remove systemic barriers to ensure implementation. Essential functions of the role include, but are not limited to:

• Communicates supports and links HFA mission, vision, values, goals, and strategies to everyday work and establishes clear, meaningful, challenging, and attainable objectives and expectations that are aligned with those of the organization.

• Aligns the right work with the right people; delegates tasks according to people’s strengths and interests. Ensures staff has the skills and resources to be successful. Provide staff with coaching, training and opportunities for growth to improve their skills. Treats staff fairly and consistently. Shares accountability when delegating and involves staff in setting their performance goals.

• Responsible for the administration of Human Resource related functions for assigned staff according to policy and guidelines to include hiring, termination, performance evaluation and management, employee development, employee discipline/corrective action and employee compensation.

• Ensures that policies, procedures and all applicable governmental laws/regulations/guidelines are followed. Makes decisions and has authority to implement decisions in conjunction with the leadership structure of the given area of responsibility.

• Oversees employees’ schedules to ensure adequate coverage and oversees client schedules to ensure they are well organized and well communicated.

• Handles emergency situations which may require flexibility of both time and area assignment. • Performs all Youth Care Professional functions as required and as needed.

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