Are you interested in making a difference with children and families?  At YSB, our staff work hard to make kids matter every day! Take a look at our current opportunities! Interested applicants can submit a resume and application to humanresources@ccysb.com.

Position Title: Mobile Outreach Counselor
Open Date: 07/08/2019
Close Date: Until Filled
Full-Time / Part-Time: Part-time, hourly
Requirements: Position requires two years of experience working with children, youth, and families, the ability to work effectively with groups of children, youth, and families, and the ability to work independently.
Description: The Mobile Outreach Counselor is responsible for the development, implementation and maintenance of a comprehensive program of youth development services to children, youth and families.

Some responsibilities include:

  • Assists with the development, implementation and maintenance of youth development programming in order to provide children, youth, and families with opportunities for drug and alcohol abuse education, prevention, and intervention, interpersonal skill development, literacy improvement, recreation, community volunteering activities, and other youth development activities.
  • Provides direct street outreach services—including educational and prevention groups, and adventure-based activities–designed to provide children, youth, and families with opportunities for street-based sexual abuse education and prevention, drug and alcohol abuse prevention, interpersonal skill development, literacy improvement, recreation, and other youth development activities, both through the Youth Program Site and as an integral part of the mobile outreach team.
  • Assures that information collecting and record-keeping requirements are met, that outcome-based evaluation is conducted, and that required monthly reports are prepared and submitted in a timely manner.
  • Oversees the financial resources of the designated youth program site, manages petty cash and manages the needs of the physical site.
  • Provides training, supervision, and evaluation of program cleaning staff, interns and volunteers.
  • Provides community education concerning program services through the distribution of public relations materials and public presentations on the program to educators, youth group leaders and community groups.
Position Title: Residential Child Care Worker
Open Date: 02/07/2019
Close Date: Ongoing
Full-Time / Part-Time: Part-time, hourly
Requirements: The position requires you to be at least 21 years of age and have at least a high school diploma and practical experience with youth, or significant related coursework.
  • Care for and supervise youth, ensure safety, mediate conflicts, provide meals, administer medication as needed, and transport youth to appointments and/or school as necessary
  • Provide assistance to program residents to improve or enhance skills in areas such as anger management, problem solving, decision-making, time management, strengthening peer relations, increasing employ ability, and goal setting and achievement
  • Assisting in individual, family, or group counseling
  • Participating in recreational activities
Position Title: Residential Youth Advocate
Open Date: 8/12/2019
Close Date: Until filled
Full-Time / Part-Time: Full-time, hourly
Requirements: Job requires at least a Bachelor’s level of education, practical experience working with youth or significant related coursework. Proven track record working successfully with youth and staff at varying levels is necessary.
  • Completes intake and manages immediate crisis components of intake.
  • Assesses youth abilities and needs initially and on an ongoing basis, using assessment information to create goal plan.
  • Maintains case files on all youth.
  • Meets with youth on a daily basis to facilitate reunification or move to another safe, permanent option.
  • Meets with family members and other support people to facilitate reunification or other safe, permanent option. Meetings may occur at the shelter or in family homes.
  • Completes follow up calls with youth exiting and provides aftercare sessions as assigned.
  • Completes assigned administrative tasks including, but not limited to, data collection, report compilation, filing, etc.
  • Actively participate in weekly staff meetings and required trainings, including agency staff meetings and any assigned readings.
  • Attend and maintain all required certifications such as: First Aid/ CPR, Safety Crisis Management (SCM), Medication Administration, as well as other trainings requested by Program Director.
  • Maintains professional interagency link ages at the local, county, state, and federal levels; coordinates services with referral and aftercare agencies.