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Spectrum is committed to creating and maintaining a community in which youth and adults of all diverse identities are treated with respect, dignity, and equity, and a community that is free from the weight of hate, discrimination, and fear. To read our entire Diversity Statement, click here.


Lead Detailer, Mobile Unit – Detail Works

The Detail Works Mobile Lead is responsible for driving the Detail Works mobile van to various locations to detail cars on-site. These may be individual vehicles or businesses that we have contracted to clean multiple vehicles. They will work alongside youth staff, keeping them engaged in work duties throughout the duration of the shift. The Mobile Lead will work in inclement weather and be responsible for getting to and from locations in various weather conditions.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Maintains a high standard of customer service and quality product.
  • Acts as a mentor to youth staff: reports how youth staff have done to the Youth Coordinator
  • Shuttle customers, cars and youth to and from various locations
  • Drive revenue and sales through superior customer service and engagements with the public

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED

  • Valid driver’s license with acceptable driving record
  • Experience detailing vehicles and/or human services experience
  • Ability to work independently but also as an effective team member
  • Ability to set limits and maintain appropriate boundaries and model professional conduct in and out of work
  • Commitment to the value of diversity including gender, race, age, socio-economic level, sexual orientation, and religion
  • Adhere to professional and Agency Code of Ethics as well as Agency policies & procedures
  • Reports to the General Manager and Youth Coordinator

WORK ENVIRONMENT

This position will require flexibility in weekly schedule and will require travel. This should not be considered as an exhaustive listing of all job duties and responsibilities for this classification.

Spectrum is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer. We place a high value on workforce diversity. People of color, women, gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Supported Housing Respite Staff

Respite Staff are covering shifts for full-time Supported Housing Staff and assume the same overall responsibilities. Respite Staff are responsible for the overall safety of program residents and management of the supported housing facility.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Supervise and engage residents in program expectations:
  • Perform facility maintenance to uphold a professional atmosphere
  • Assist residents in carrying out daily routines and achieving goals outlined in their  service plans
  • Support skill building in life skill areas
  • Adhere to resident medication plans
  • Support residents and/or case managers with move-in and move-out procedures
  • Responsible for accurate and timely completion of record keeping including:
  • Communication and cross over with other staff is expected including the following:
  • It is expected the Respite staff will respond to all requests for coverage to detail if they can take a shift or not. This can be done via email, text or phone calls.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED

  • High school degree required and Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Minimum of one year experience working with at-risk adolescents. .
  • Knowledge and understanding of adolescent development and at-risk youth including the following: mental health and substance abuse issues; trauma; attachment issues; complex family dynamics;  developmental challenges
  • Knowledge of life skills work including: meal preparation, budgeting, cleaning, healthy decision making, conflict resolution, and job readiness/employment skills.
  • Ability to set limits and maintain appropriate boundaries. Model professional conduct in and out of work.
  • Commitment to the value of diversity with respect to gender, race, age, socio-economic level, sexual orientation, and religion.
  • Valid driver’s license preferred. 

WORK ENVIRONMENT

This is both a field and office position and may require some travel for activities, client appointment, etc. Due to the nature of supported housing work shifts include days, evenings, awake overnights, weekends, and holidays.  Schedules and shifts are subject to change.

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Supported Housing Overnight Position

This position provides support for, and encourages, residents to achieve the goals outlined in their service plan. Staff is expected to be active participants in the supported housing community & activities that support residents to achieve their goals. Staff will model effective, appropriate, and timely communication with others regarding resident updates. Timely and accurate completion of record keeping is also essential to this position.

Responsibilities of this position include:

  • Willingness to work as a member of a comprehensive treatment team with homeless youth ages 16-23
  • Creating and encouraging a healthy living space and community as well as responsibility for overall safety and daily function of the House
  • Daily assessment and face to face interaction with youth, identifying goals and practicing life skill development (cooking, laundry, budgeting)
  • Daily documentation via Electronic Medical Record system
  • Creativity, problem solving, and crisis management
  • Utilizing techniques to encourage and motivate youth
  • Organization and facilitation of group activities with youth
  • Attendance and completion of trainings, as assigned

A Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field or equivalent work experience is preferred. Experience with young adults who have mental health and substance abuse issues is beneficial. Valid driver’s license is required.

The schedule is Thursdays and Fridays from 1am-9am, Saturdays and Sundays from 1am-12p. This position requires flexibility and travel for activities, client appointment, etc. Due to the nature of supported housing work shifts include days, evenings, awake overnights, weekends, and holidays.

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Intake Coordinator

The position coordinates referrals and intakes for the Housing program, Riverstone Counseling, Youth Development Program, and the Compass program.  It requires the coordination of a variety of services revolving around a youth’s access to programs and supporting the youth to be successful. Communicating progress to multiple service providers in a timely manner is essential to the position.  This position includes procedural and documentation of all incoming referrals.  The ability to multitask, be flexible, maintain attention to detail, and complete paperwork in a timely manner.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide intake for the Housing, Riverstone, Youth Development and Compass Programs
  • Receive and upload referrals
  • Create youth profile in electronic health record system
  • Communicate with original referral contact
  • Screen for appropriateness for each program
  • Support and work with youth to complete all necessary intake paperwork
  • Assess youth’s needs with a team of providers
  • Communicate with each program per referrals
  • Develop detailed overview of each referral
  • Schedule, organize and facilitate meetings with each program.
  • Attend all program staff meetings
  • Monitor & communicate progress related to the referrals and waitlists
  • Maintain youth files and databases, including HMIS, in an accurate and timely manner
  • Provide procedural and documentation training to new staff
  • Act as a community resource regarding referrals and placements for youth
  • Be knowledgeable about all Spectrum Programs available
  • Make appropriate referral based on client’s needs.
  • Participate in weekly supervision
  • Compile and deliver data for grant reporting as assigned by supervisor
  • Contribute to the overall improvement and quality of the programs work environment, and in all service coordination and work with residents

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED

  • Bachelor’s degree with three years direct case management or equivalent work experience
  • Knowledge and understanding of adolescent development and at-risk youth including mental health and substance abuse issues; trauma; attachment issues; complex family dynamics; developmental challenges
  • The ability to work independently but also as an effective team member
  • Commitment to the value of diversity including gender, race, age, socio-economic level, sexual orientation and religion.
  • Adhere to professional & agency Code of Ethics as well as agency policies & procedures
  • Valid driver’s license

WORK ENVIRONMENT

This position will require flexibility in weekly schedule and will require travel.  This should not be considered as an exhaustive listing of all job duties and responsibilities for this classification

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