Youth Services, Inc.
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Child Care Worker
The Child Care Worker is a key hands on direct care staff. They ensure all programmatic features of the client’s
Individual Service Plan and Individual Program Plan are carried out in an effective manner.
Providing a secure and responsive environment so that each resident may have the opportunity to maximize
his/her physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual capabilities
Demonstrates a working knowledge of and complies with company Policies and Procedures
Supports residents in all aspects of residential services, including educational, community services,
employment, placement agency and medical needs
Provides case management with counties and families
Prepare meals snacks for residents
Maintains professional boundaries with participants, families, employees and supervisor
Works closely with Facility Manager, Client Support Manager and Intake Coordinator to maintain case files for
Responsible for implementation of Life Skills Learning for residents including but not limited to: Personal
Decision Making, Education, Job Planning, Career Development and Employment.
To supervise and give instruction to youth.
To council and assist youth with problem solving.
To accurately log daily information pertaining to the daily progress of each resident.
To distribute medication as needed to youth.
To be a liaison between youth and their social services coordinator.
To administer all rules, policies and procedures in an accurate and ethical manner this includes but is not
limited to discipline, visitation, communication, maintenance of records, confidentiality and the administration of
To assist with any and all emergency evacuation drills such as: fire and tornado.
To assist with administering initial service plan.
A High School Diploma/GED
1 year of FT direct care service with persons with intellectual disabilities, human services, healthcare or special
education is preferred but not required.
Strong computer and writing skills are required
Must demonstrate the emotional maturity and patience necessary to understand and accept the social,
psychological and emotional needs of adults with developmental disabilities, nurturing their self-sufficiency and
enhancing their quality of life
Must have the ability to represent KYS in a positive manner within the community.
Must be at least 21 years of age, have a valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record
Background checks and pre-employment drug testing