Employment

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: Case Manager; Big Brothers, Big Sisters
Open Date: 1/6/2022
Close Date: Until filled
Full-Time / Part-Time: Full-time, hourly
Requirements: Position requires a prolonged course of specialized study resulting in a Bachelor’s Degree in designated area of human services; training and working knowledge of individual, family and group counseling skills, crisis intervention techniques, experience in recruitment, selection, training, supervision and evaluation of volunteers
Description: Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
  • Conducts assessment of each child assigned by the Program Director through home visits and collateral contacts to determine appropriateness for program services.  Completes intake and assessment forms.  Develops and implements a service plan for each child accepted into the program and refers children not accepted into the program to other service providers if appropriate.
  • Maintains a waiting list and re-evaluates, at least quarterly, each child on the waiting list by telephoning or visiting the family to determine current level of need.
  • Assists with the screening of volunteer applicants through processing references and clearances and selects volunteers to ensure appropriate and satisfactory matches
  • Coordinates site-based programs.  Provides supervision at these programs to volunteers and their littles.  Assists with volunteer recruitment and interviews for these sites
  • Provides case management for all children on the caseload who have been placed with a volunteer, which includes ongoing evaluation of the relationship through a level of contact necessary to be in compliance with BBBSA standards of practice, which we are bound to as an affiliate, and coordinating with other service
Position Title: Family Counselor
Open Date: 8/23/2021
Close Date: Until filled
Full-Time / Part-Time: Full-time, hourly
Requirements: Position requires Bachelor’s Degree in related field. Excellent organizational and time management skills, and the ability to work in a team are critical.
Description: Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
    • Utilize available history, team input and early interaction with family to assess and plan for a course of reunification services.
    • Provide intensive in-home services to further the goals of the reunification plan. Services typically include: individual and family sessions, sessions with caregivers and / or extended family, supervising visits, and engaging with families in day-to-day activities to teach and model.
    • Increase safety for children through observation and intervention in the home and community, drug testing as indicated, and role modeling.
    • Utilize appropriate evidence-based curriculum following extensive training.
    • Manage all aspects of assigned cases, including extensive case management through gathering information, phone contacts, follow up, and accompanying and supporting clients in various arenas.
    • Develop and maintain ongoing professional relationships within the community related to children, youth, and families including, but not limited to, County CYS and JPO staff, school personnel, treatment providers.
    • Testify in court for assigned cases.
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.
Description:
  • 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