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PIONEER HUMAN SERVICES Residential Youth Specialist (FT Nights) in Lynnwood, Washington

Description If you are looking for employment with a purpose where you can help improve the daily lives of the members of your community, then consider a career with Pioneer Human Services!We are currently looking for aResidential Youth Specialist with a passion for human services. This is an exciting opportunity to be involved with an organization focused on racial justice, second opportunities, diversity, equity and inclusion.SCHEDULE:Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 10pm-8amWHO WE AREPioneer Human Services is a social enterprise that provides individuals with criminal histories the opportunity to lead healthy, productive lives. For over 50 years we have proudly serviced our clients with professionalism and empathy. We are a nationally recognized non-profit with 50+ locations across Washington State that provides a chance for change to over 3,000 people on any given day. WHAT YOU'LL DOThis Residential Youth Specialist is for our Snohomish County Youth Program at our Cypress House in Lynnwood, WA. As a Residential Youth Specialist youwill supervise and support residents in ways that create a climate of social and emotional development. The scope of work includes but is not limited to ensuring program and facility safety, supporting structured cognitive and behavior based programming with the objective of risk reduction and successful community reintegration.WHAT YOU'LL BRING(Any Equivalent Combination of Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education, and Experience)Direct care staff must:Be at least twenty-one years of age, unless they meet the following requirements; a. Be between eighteen and twenty-one years of age and able to provide sufficient documentation demonstrating one or more of the following: i. Licensed by the Washington department of health; ii. Have an associate of arts, the equivalent degree, or greater; or iii. Enrolled in an internship or practicum program with an accredited college or universityHave a high school diploma or high school equivalency course of study (GED/HSEC) and one of the following; a. One year of successful experience working with youth in a group setting; or b. One year of successful experience as a foster parent; or c. Two years of social services education may be substituted for the required experience.Provide the following documents before the first day of training; a. Proof of education b. Current TB results c. Current Washington State Food Handlers card d. Current HIV/AIDS and blood borne pathogens certification e. Current CPR/First Aid certification i. If you do not have CPR/First Aid certification you can gain the training through Pioneer Human Services. Basic computer proficiency in the use of Microsoft Word and other applications.WHAT WE OFFERCompetitive industry compensation and a generous benefit plan that includes:Medical, vision, prescription, dental and flexible spending account (FSA). Tuition assistance program: Pioneer pays 100% of the tuition for a bachelor's degree, and 50% for graduate programs.Retirement plan: Pioneer contributes 3.5% of an employees' annual compensation into retirement plans. An additional 3.5% match is offered to those who contribute 6% on their own.Employee recognition programs: gift cards, additional time off, weekend getaways and more. Public transportation discount. Employee assistance program (EAP).EEO EEO is the law posterEEO is the law poster supplement PIONEER HUMAN SERVICES IS A DRUG FREE COMPANYIn addition to pre-employment drug screening, Pioneer reserves the right to conduct

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