Residential Monitor (Full-time) for The Salvation Army: The Way In
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Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Minorities/Women/Veterans/People with Disabilities.
The Salvation Army The Way In aims to empower young adults with the tools for self-sufficiency. Our program assists homeless youth by providing transitional housing, life skills education, counseling services, referrals to community resources and linkage to permanent housing.
Residential Monitors are responsible for the safety and operations of the program. The Residential Monitor’s role is to promote self-sufficiency of all clients served.
This is a full-time position. Monday – Friday, 11pm – 7am.
1. Monitor facility and conduct routine walk-throughs to ensure doors are locked, cameras are operating properly, hallways/facility are free from obstacles and other safety hazards, cleaning supplies are kept in a locked designated area
2. Conduct room checks at the beginning of your shift and at the end of your shift
3. Supervise residents individually or in group activities including meals, house cleaning and visits with family/friends
4. Verify that residents are accounted for and in compliance with program rules
5. Submit non-compliance notification forms to assigned case managers and director
6. Complete all required paperwork in a timely, accurate, legible manner, including but not limited to: Incident Reports, Non-Compliance Notification forms, Rounds/Shift report, Maintenance Request forms
7. Transport and/or accompany residents to off-site activities including medical appointments, educational/vocational and social events
8. Facilitate group activities as assigned
9. Attend all mandatory meetings and in-service trainings
10. Provide crisis intervention when situations occur while maintaining resident supervision
11. Answer telephones, greet visitors, and perform administrative office duties as needed
12. Assist with facility organization and maintaining a tidy facility
13. Perform other duties as assigned by the Director
1. High school diploma and 2 years of experience working with at-risk youth or homeless population desired.
2. Must possess a valid California Drivers License and pass annual driving requirements.
3. Must maintain a current TB Test, CPR & First Aid Certification.
4. Obtain Food Handlers certification within 30 days of hire
Skills, Knowledge & Abilities
1. Demonstrated self-direction and initiative in prioritizing, organizing and completing job responsibilities.
2. Ability to maintain confidentiality and conduct oneself professionally at all times
3. Ability to work with diverse populations in a caring, sensitive, and non-judgmental manner
Qualified applicants with criminal histories will be considered for the position in a manner consistent with the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative.
Thank you for your interest.