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Residential Counselor

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Department: Children's Ministries
Schedules available:
Full Time 3 days on/3 days off
Compensation: $10.00 - $11.50 per hour depending on education and experience.
Job Requirements:
The Residential Counselor shall have a bachelor's degree in human services; an associates degree and 3 months experience working with children; OR a high school diploma or GED and have 6 months experience working with children. He/she must demonstrate the leadership, knowledge, skills and abilities to carry out program goals and objectives and have demonstrated through previous life and work experiences, an ability to maintain a stable environment and to provide guidance to children in the age range for which he/she will be responsible. Residential Counselors must be 21 years of age.
Job
Summary:
The Residential Counselor will provide social, behavioral, vocational and academic opportunities for learning. As a child care worker, primary counselor, teacher, the individual will facilitate the day-to-day schedules, groups, discipline and progress of students within the program. The individual will document all information as called for by the licensing agent, licensing standards or program guidelines. The Residential Counselor will maintain a close relationship with teachers and supervisors. The incumbent will participate in the planning and carrying out of adventure-based activities and trips. In addition they will be responsible for: overseeing physical care, development of acceptable habits and attitudes, management of residential behavior, and helping to meet goals and objectives of any required service plan.

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