Reports To: Child Welfare Manager
Major Function: To provide outreach services to community youth, teens, and adults. Facilitate presentations to the area schools, youth programs, and other community organizations.
- Create and maintain a safe and comfortable environment for all participants.
- Create and maintain a curriculum, and a presentation style that is conducive to children’s optimum growth and development.
- Coordinate services with area schools to provide a continuum of care.
- Provide training to schools and school personnel in the areas of peaceful teen and pre-teen relationships and domestic violence.
- Provide a program to meet the needs of the children to include non-violent communication, dealing appropriately with anger, and domestic violence.
- Maintain records and statistics of activities for program.
- Provide presentations to youth, teens, and adults in various settings throughout the community.
- Provide backup to the Shelter Youth Center, when needed, or when assigned by the Child Welfare Manager.
- Represent agency at community meetings affecting the program and report to the Child Welfare Manger.
- Other duties as assigned by the Child Welfare Manager.
- Attend and participate in case conferences, staff meetings, and training.
- Attend work regularly.
- Participate in community presentations.
- Assist in the training and supervision of volunteers.
- Provide input for program development.
- Complete other special projects as requested by the Child Welfare Manager.
- Bachelor’s degree in related human services or has equivalent life experience.
- Eligible for level 2 screening with Pinellas County School Board.
- Knowledge of abnormal psychology and non-violent parenting techniques.
- Agree to participate in Child Abuse Registry review.
- Ability to climb stairs, lift up to fifty pounds, and carry children.
- Ability to work a flexible schedule, including weekends as necessary.
- Willingness to drive agency vehicles as needed.
- Ability to function independently and work cooperatively as a member of a team.
- Valid Florida State Driver’s License to be verified annually.
- Participate in a background check upon employment.
- Training and experience in domestic violence.