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Position Summary the Overnight Worker will provide general supervision to American Indian youth between the ages of sixteen through twenty-one in a small group living setting. The Overnight Worker is responsible for facilities management. The Beverley A. Benjamin Youth Lodge is a culturally specific transitional living program for youth that have no parental, substitute, foster or institutional home to which they can safely go. Primary program objectives are to stabilize youth in a safe, culturally supportive environment, address the critical issues/ barriers to resident self-sufficiency and strengthen residents' community and cultural connections.

Part-time, non-exempt, no benefits. Shifts vary: 8-10 hours per shift. (Weekday shifts that fall on Su/M/Tu/W/Th are 8-hour shifts, Weekend shifts that fall on F/Sa are 10-hour shifts). Shifts are within the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m.

Hourly wage 19.50/hr

We are seeking a part time Youth Care Worker to provide direct care to at-risk youth both Saturday and Sunday rotating every other weekend at the Ain Dah Yung Center’s Emergency Shelter. Emergency Shelter services include emergency short-term shelter, crisis intervention, case and systems advocacy, information and referrals, access to medical/dental care, counseling, and community education to Indigenous youth from ages 5-17 who are homeless, runaway, in a family crisis, or involved with juvenile corrections. Position reports to Shelter manager.

The Weekend Day Shift Worker will provide general supervision to American Indian youth between the ages of sixteen through twenty-one in a small group living setting. The Weekend Day Shift Worker is responsible for facilities management. The Beverley A. Benjamin Youth Lodge is a culturally specific transitional living program for youth that have no parental, substitute, foster or institutional home to which they can safely go. Primary program objectives are to stabilize youth in a safe, culturally supportive environment, address the critical issues/ barriers to resident self-sufficiency and strengthen residents' community and cultural connections.

The primary responsibility of the Shelter Case Manager is to respond to calls for assistance, crisis intervention, information and referrals from families, individual youth, schools and other service providers. Facilitate client problem-solving by providing emotional support, transportation, information and referral, case and systems advocacy, while working collaboratively with shelter youth workers in behavior management. Responsible for documentation, recordkeeping and monthly reports for all children entering the Ain Dah Yung Center, as well as arrange visits, passes and case planning. Assist in supervision and care to shelter residents as needed. Reports to the Residential & Administrative Operations Director. Some evenings may be required.

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