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JJ Relief

Juvenile Justice Division
Group Care Worker-Relief Staff
Eliot's network of DYS programs serving court involved youth is seeking relief staff.
Responsibilities:
Daily coordination of direct-care staff and youth in executing the plan of the day
Participate in the development and implementation of Individual Service Plans
Attend staff and shift change meetings and trainings as required
Lead daily groups as assigned
Monitor and report on program culture
Submit timely, complete, legible and accurate documentation as required
Safely transport residents to activities, appointments, school, work, and visits
Schedule: As Needed
Compensation $12.00 per hour
Requirements
High School diploma and at least one year related experience with population. Computer literacy and skill in the use of computers and related software applications. Candidate must be at least 21 years of age with and possess a valid MA driver's license.
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