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6/03/14

Residence Hall Director

College of Saint Mary

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6/03/14

Refugee Self Sufficiency Coach (AmeriCorps)

This position is something you don't want to miss! If you have a passion for working with refugees from around the world- this position as an AmeriCorps member with Lutheran Family Services is one you don't want to miss!
AmeriCorps members with the Nebraska Economic Opportunity Corps perform direct service to diverse communities across Nebraska. The services they provide impact low-income at-risk youth, immigrants and refugees, and service members, veterans, and their families towards improving self-sufficiency. 
Lutheran Family Services, in partnership with 15 area non-profits, hosts the AmeriCorps program that allows between 40-45 individuals to directly serve these three population groups in a variety of programs. As a member of the NEOC, one could facilitate an after school program that keeps kids off the street, come alongside veterans and their loved ones in order to develop lasting relationships that spur them towards reintegration into the community, or serve newly arrived refugees by connecting them to local resources. NEOC members also tutor youth, operate ESL and Citizenship classes, and find employment for immigrants. 
As a refugee self-sufficiency coach, you will be serving at the Lutheran Family Services Community Services office on 42nd and Center Streets. You will basically be a caseworker for newly arrived refugees- it's a HUGE opportunity that will get your foot in the door with local nonprofits and give you a very clear picture of what social work is like in Nebraska!
• Assist in provision of resettlement services, as defined by the United State Refugee Program (USRP), during the first 90 days after arrival with a Reception and Placement/Matching Grant Caseworker. These services include development of resettlement plans, home visits, school enrollment, health examinations, and referral to other specialized services.
• Provide assistance in scheduling, transportation, and translation as needed to clients for medical, financial, and governmental appointments/services.
• Collaborate with LFS Volunteer Coordinator to meet housing needs of each resettlement case. 
• Provide support by assisting refugees, immigrants and asylees who seek medical, housing, employment, legal, or educational services.
• Participate in organization and transportation of housing/donation related items.
• Ensure all new refugee arrivals receive core health assessment and initial immunizations
• Assist with teaching cultural orientation for newly arrived refugees
• Assist refugees with Medicaid enrollment

Please apply for this position viahttp://careerlink.com/locate. Please feel free to contact Abby if you have any questions about this position.

 

ahuddleston@lfsneb.org

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6/03/14

Omaha Home for Boys Education Service Coach (AmeriCorps)

AmeriCorps members with the Nebraska Economic Opportunity Corps perform direct service to diverse communities across Nebraska. The services they provide impact low-income at-risk youth, immigrants and refugees, and service members, veterans, and their families towards improving self-sufficiency. 
Lutheran Family Services, in partnership with 15 area non-profits, hosts the AmeriCorps program that allows between 40-45 individuals to directly serve these three population groups in a variety of programs. As a member of the NEOC, one could facilitate an after school program that keeps kids off the street, come alongside veterans and their loved ones in order to develop lasting relationships that spur them towards reintegration into the community, or serve newly arrived refugees by connecting them to local resources. NEOC members also tutor youth, operate ESL and Citizenship classes, and find employment for immigrants. 
In this AmeriCorps position, you will be located at the Omaha Home for Boys and your duties will include:
• Perform a wide range of professional activities for the Educational Services Program to facilitate the efficient and effective educational support of the Educational Services team, our youth and the Home’s Mission while professionally representing the Home
• Assist with transportation
• Submit monthly AmeriCorps data, survey, and in-kind reports to LFS AmeriCorps office
• Solicits, prepares and maintains paperwork for youths’ school enrollment
• Support the scheduling of school appointments/registrations
• Support the Title I coordinator with Title I processes and documentation
• Support the development of monthly academic reports
And more!
Check out our website for more information!!! Your term would start September 1st and go for a year!
https://sites.google.com/a/lfsamericorps.org/program_site/about-our-organization

Please apply viahttp://careerlink.com/job/view/0379/002619.Please email me if you have any other questions and I'd be happy to answer them!

 

ahuddleston@lfsneb.org

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6/03/14

Girls Inc. Program Facilitator Coach (AmeriCorps)

AmeriCorps members with the Nebraska Economic Opportunity Corps perform direct service to diverse communities across Nebraska. The services they provide impact low-income at-risk youth, immigrants and refugees, and service members, veterans, and their families towards improving self-sufficiency. 
Lutheran Family Services, in partnership with 15 area non-profits, hosts the AmeriCorps program that allows between 40-45 individuals to directly serve these three population groups in a variety of programs. As a member of the NEOC, one could facilitate an after school program that keeps kids off the street, come alongside veterans and their loved ones in order to develop lasting relationships that spur them towards reintegration into the community, or serve newly arrived refugees by connecting them to local resources. NEOC members also tutor youth, operate ESL and Citizenship classes, and find employment for immigrants. 
For more information:
https://sites.google.com/a/lfsamericorps.org/program_site/home

Please apply via http://careerlink.com/locate 

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6/03/14

Child Domestic Violence Advocate

General Summary: Develop and implement a family-centered youth program. Develop support group curriculum for parents, youth, and children and coordinate with staff/volunteers to provide childcare for adult support groups. Support and advocate for families in meeting their physical, social, and behavioral needs in a healthy and safe manner. Collaborate with family, youth, and children community partners to advocate on behalf of children exposed to domestic/sexual violence.

To view this job and to apply, please visit our job board at: 
https://rew22.ultipro.com/cat1006/JobBoard/ListJobs.aspx?__vt=ExtCan

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6/03/14

Family Permanency Specialist

Nebraska Families Collaborative is currently seeking enthusiastic, skilled individuals who have the heart and desire to help children and families. In the Family Permanency Specialist position you will assess and ensure child and youth safety, permanency, and well-being. You will conduct face-to-face visits with children, youth and families. You will also be responsible for implementing and monitoring the established safety plan as well as organize/facilitate family team meetings focused on safety, permanency, and well-being. Nebraska Families Collaborative is a progressive organization that embraces a solution-focused culture. We aim to not only recognize talent but also passion and drive. We are seeking individuals who are forward thinking and creative with a strong sense of purpose and will focus on promoting our mission, vision and values.

Please apply at www.nebraskafc.org/careers.

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6/03/14

Youth Worker

We are looking for people who want to make a positive difference in the lives of young adolescents with behavioral/personality issues. It is a great opportunity for recent college graduates or soon to be college graduates to build skills in the Social Services field and gain experience working with troubled youth. This position has a lot of direct contact with the youth in a daily living setting. This position is first a role model and also a facilitator for daily activities. Room for advancement on the youth worker career ladder. Salary for our Youth Worker I’s is ($10.00-$12.00/hr) and for Youth Worker II’s ($10.25-$13.00/hr). Promotion opportunities to Youth Worker III’s ($11.25-$14.00/hr). Evaluated every 6 months. Some Youth Workers have become Case Managers and Supervisors within our agency. Great benefits package available for eligible employees. 
Hours:
AM Shift: 6am to 4pm (or 7am to 5pm depending on school)
PM Shift: 2pm-11pm
Overnight Shift: 10:30pm to 8am (or 9am depending on school)
Please note, overnights are required to remain awake throughout the duration of the shift. 
PURPOSE OF POSITION:
To teach life skills daily and implement each student's treatment plan. To assist other Youth Workers in providing safety and ongoing supervision, counseling, teaching and support of youth in the unit. In addition, this position will assist the team in ongoing documentation, communication and monitoring significant events of the youth and will communicate this information to team members.

Apply via email: rradel@childrenssquare.org subject "Youth Worker Position"
Apply online at:http://careerlink.com/job/view/0810/000965
Apply in person at: 
North 6th and Ave E
Council Bluffs IA 51502

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11/12/13

Chemical Dependency Case Manager

If you are looking for a rewarding job in a Christian ministry then do we have the job for you! The Open Door Mission is a gospel rescue mission providing basic needs and life-changing programs for the homeless and needy. 

This position is responsible for coordinating chemical dependency services as well as providing direct services to clients who are recovering from homelessness, mental illness, and/or chemical dependency. We offer competitive salary, paid vacation, health insurance, and much more.

Please email abuss@opendoormission.org or go to careerlink.com.

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11/12/13

Women and Family Crisis Center Case Manager

If you are looking for more than a job, join us at our Women & Family Crisis Center working with our homeless women, children and families in emergency services in a Gospel Rescue Mission. We are privileged to see broken lives transformed every day through the good news of Jesus Christ. The right candidate will make a difference in the lives of those they serve by helping our men with housing, financial, and other social service needs.

Christ-centered behavior, i.e., treating people with dignity, respect, compassion, and integrity at all times. We offer competitive salary, paid vacation, health insurance, and much more.

Open Door Mission welcomes a resume for Employment from any interested candidate, whose skills and experience match those listed above. We will contact only those candidate whose skills and experience best match this job. This position will remain open until filed. You can email abuss@opendoormission.org or via careerlink.com

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08/17/13

House Parent

Release Ministries is seeking a married couple to staff one of our homes for at-risk teens. House parents are expected to facilitate spiritual development, address negative behavior and plan family activities. House parents play a key role in mentoring, nurturing and creating a loving family environment for a culturally diverse group. Must be 21 or older, have a good driving record, US citizenship and have a commitment to teens.

If interested, contact Donna at 402-455-0808 or at Donna@releaseministries.org.

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07/18/13

Youth Care Worker

We are looking for people who want to make a positive difference in the lives of young adolescents with behavioral/personality issues. It is a great opportunity for recent college graduates or soon to be college graduates to build skills in the Social Services field and gain experience working with troubled youth. This position has a lot of direct contact with the youth in a daily living setting. This position is first a role model and also a facilitator for daily activities. Room for advancement on the youth worker career ladder. Salary for our Youth Worker I’s is ($9.50-$12.00/hr) and for Youth Worker II’s ($9.75-$13.00/hr). Promotion opportunities to Youth Worker III’s ($10.75-$14.00/hr). Evaluated every 6 months. Some Youth Workers have become Case Managers and Supervisors within our agency. Great benefits package available for eligible employees. 
Hours:
AM Shift: 6am to 4pm (or 7am to 5pm depending on school)
PM Shift: 2pm to10pm or 3pm to Midnight
Overnight Shift: Midnight to 8am (or 9am depending on school)
Please note, overnights are required to remain awake throughout the duration of the shift. 
PURPOSE OF POSITION:
To teach life skills daily and implement each student's treatment plan. To assist other Youth Workers in providing safety and ongoing supervision, counseling, teaching and support of youth in the unit. In addition, this position will assist the team in ongoing documentation, communication and monitoring significant events of the youth and will communicate this information to team members.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor's degree preferred, High School diploma or its equivalent and one year of relevant experience required. 
• Knowledge of child care practices, human growth and development issues including an understanding of the range of treatment needed by the youth served.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills.
• Personal characteristics and experiential background that will provide appropriate care for children to win their respect, to guide them in their development, to manage a home for them effectively, and to participate in the overall treatment program designed for the students. 
• Necessary stamina and temperament to work with children and youth (birth-18 years of age) who are experiencing crisis and/or emotional and/or behavior disorders.
• Ability to be trained in basic skills in first aid and the identification of medical need.
• Ability to provide appropriate care and supervision of youth at all times.
• Ability to follow and consistently implement policies and procedures of the agency.
• Ability to appropriately handle confidential information.
• Valid drivers license with good driving record in order to be insurable through the organizations insurance.
• If required and authorized to drive on agency business, must have automobile insurance that meets agency policy.
• Ability to interact and work cooperatively and effectively with other personnel and students.
• Ability to show sensitivity and responsiveness to cultural differences in the service population.

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to: rradel@childrenssquare.org, with the subject line "Youth Worker Application".

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