Job Fair - We Are Expanding and Adding Over 50 New Jobs!
November 15, 2018
The House of the Good Shepherd is one of 13 agencies selected by NYS Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS) to provide Residential Services to juvenile criminal suspects 16 years of age or older under the Raise the Age legislation. The House will be opening a structured 12-bed residential program to meet the needs of this population. Services for youth focus on education, vocational training, work readiness, and social-emotional and behavioral needs. Additionally, the program will provide intensive aftercare community-based support and supervision.
The goal of this program is to protect offenders under the age of 18 by keeping them out of the adult criminal justice system and treating them in a system more appropriate for a young person.
The House of the Good Shepherd will hold a job fair on Wednesday, November 7th from noon-2:00 pm and 4:00 – 6:00 pm at their business office located at 100 Lomond Court, Utica, New York. They are hiring a range of positions from entry-level Direct Care Workers and Teacher Assistants to mid-management level positions like Program Supervisors and Clinical Managers as well as Social Workers, Teachers, and a Recreation Therapist. For more information on open positions visit ChangingChildrensLives.com or call 315.235.7788.
The House of the Good Shepherd is an equal opportunity employer that offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package.
They are seeking candidates for the following positions:
Direct Care Workers/Overnight Direct Care Workers- Must have a High School diploma or equivalent; 1-year experience working with children and families is highly preferred.
Behavior Support Worker- Must have a high school diploma or equivalent; 2 years of experience working with children and families, preferably in juvenile justice or residential setting.
Program Supervisors- Must have a high school diploma or equivalent and 3 years of experience working with children and families, 1 of which is in a supervisory capacity
Clinical Manager- Must have a Masters degree in Social Work, Mental Health Counseling or Marriage and Family Therapy. Must be eligible for Licensure in NYS. Experience supervising clinical staff in juvenile justice or human service setting preferred.
Social Worker- Must have a Masters degree in Social Work, Mental Health Counseling or Marriage and Family Therapy. Must be eligible for Licensure in NYS. Experience working children and families in juvenile justice or human service setting preferred.
Case Planners- Must have a Bachelors degree in Social Work, Sociology, Human Services, Criminal Justice or related field; 1 year of experience working with children and families.
Recreation Therapist- Must have a Bachelors degree in Recreation Therapy. Experience working with children in a residential or juvenile justice center preferred.
Vocational Trainers- Must have a Bachelors degree Social Work, Sociology, Human Services, Criminal Justice or a related field. Experience working with children and families in a vocational or educational setting preferred.
Teachers- Must have a Bachelors degree in Education and ability to obtain Master's degree within NYSED timeframes. Certificate in Special Education preferred.
Teachers Assistants- Must have a high school diploma or equivalent with at least 18 hours of college credits. Experience working with children preferred.
Licensed Practical Nurse- Must be a NYS Licensed Practical Nurse. Experience working with children and families in a residential setting preferred.