Boys Hope Girls Hope
Boys Hope Girls Hope serves motivated young people in need to become well-educated, career-ready, men and women for others.
|Boys Hope Girls Hope of Cincinnati
2nd Shift Residential Educator
Program Director &
4:00pm – Midnight
Boys Hope Girls Hope serves motivated young people in need to become well-educated, career-ready, men and women for others. Our Residential Educators are responsible for supporting the development of the full child through educational assistance, well-being, house management, and record-keeping.
The 2nd Shift Residential Educator supports the Mission and Values of Boys Hope Girls Hope. The 2nd Shift Residential Educator is responsible for directing the operations of the home to create a family atmosphere that supports the development of the full child through educational assistance, well-being, house management, and record-keeping. The 2nd Shift Residential Educator is part of a team of professionals and volunteers. They perform their duties relatively free from direct supervision, acting at all times in a professional manner.
- Child Development and Health
- Know and follow Boys Hope Girls Hope program policies and procedures regarding the care and development of scholars
- Assume responsibility for scholars in residence, including daily decisions regarding health, safety, and discipline
- Responsible for physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and academic development of scholars living in home in accordance with individual scholar service plans and Boys Hope Girls Hope program policies
- With direction of Program Director, identify program therapists and communicate with therapist on scholar goals of therapy and
- Develop and maintain parent and/or guardian relationships and involvement in their child’s life and the
- Implement program to teach transitional living skills
- Monitors academic performance of scholars to identify areas of concern requiring additional
- Maintains regular contact with teachers and schools, including representation of program at teacher conferences and related activities
- Provides individual assistance and tutoring as
- Coordinates and implements college preparation for
- Household Management
- Assure that home functions in accordance with Boys Hope Girls Hope program and local licensing standards
- Maintain the home in a clean and safe condition, providing for nutritional and physical needs of scholars
- Ensure that scheduled and necessary maintenance occurs on all program property and
- Community Relations
- Maintain, and role model for scholars, positive relations with neighbors, community groups, schools and authorities.
- At the request of the Program Director, conduct out-reach activities to assist in securing resources for the program
- be at least 21 years of age
- have a high school diploma, though some college is preferred
- prior experience working with youth and/or be enrolled in a degree program in a related field
- have a valid driver’s license with a good driving record
- be able to pass a local and federal background check
The position requires the following competencies for success:
- Able to communicate clearly and effectively with adolescents, their guardians or parents, co-workers and supervisors and other audiences verbally and in writing
- Be able to assist scholars in developing study and problem-solving skills
- The ability to develop appropriate relationships with different populations, including scholars and their families
- Sensitivity to different religious backgrounds, and cultures
The position requires the ability to perform household tasks like shopping, cooking, cleaning, and minor property care that may require bending, lifting, and carrying. The position requires the ability to closely monitor the whereabouts and activities of several pre-adolescent and adolescent children in a multi-story home, as well as the ability to safely transport children in program vehicles. It may also require engaging in athletic, recreational and/or camping activities with the scholars.
The position requires obtaining CPR, first aid, and Therapeutic Crisis Intervention certification, and annual participation in continuing education, satisfied through in-house programs offered by Boys Hope Girls Hope or third-party providers.
This position is focused primarily upon serving the scholars of the program through advancing the mission of the organization. The position requires support of the goal of creating a family-like atmosphere, and the development of positive, committed relationships. The position will have at least an annual performance evaluation. While working within a home team schedule, staff will be required to be flexible with regard to the 24 hour, six day a week needs of the Boys Hope Girls Hope scholars.
To apply for this job please visit boyshopegirlshope.formstack.com.