This individual will wear many hats, working with a variety of tasks to include:
- Orients new residents with program requirements and consequences, coordinates monthly case plans
- Completes initial needs assessment and acts upon critical needs appropriately and immediately
- Follow-up with hands-on tasks and goal planning with each resident
- Meet with each assigned resident at minimum on a weekly basis
- Interface with community partners who may be helpful to residents or with programming
- Arrange activities pertinent to the residents’ growth relating to a specific skill set; this could be an arranged event in the community or an ongoing group on campus
- Integrate the virtues into all activities and teaching modules
- Participate in team meetings, resident interviews (POC) and monthly data collection meeting.
- Screening, recruiting, interviewing, and evaluating workers.
- Explaining human resources policies, procedures, laws, and standards to new and existing employees.
- Informing job applicants of job duties, responsibilities, benefits, schedules, working conditions, promotion opportunities, etc.
- Addressing any employment relations issues, such as work complaints and harassment allegations
- Overseeing hiring process, which includes coordinating job posts, reviewing resumes and performing reference checks
- Provide counsel to management and staff on human resource issues/concerns in accordance with all applicable policies, procedures, standards and regulations
- Conducting and analyzing compensation surveys
- Assisting with processing employee grievances
- Developing and administering health and safety programs
- Preparing reports (POC) and other reports to remain in compliance with the State Alaska DHSS
This person will need a minimum of an AS or AA in Psychology, Social Work, Human Resource Rehabilitation or a closely related human services field from an accredited college or university and must have at least one additional year of full time experience in a human service filed. OR
– BA or BS Degree (Preferred) in Psychology, Social Work, Human Resource, Rehabilitation or a closely related human services field from an accredited college or university and must have at least two additional years of full-time work experience in a human services field.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Knowledge of basic Human Resource skills, basic case management and basic documentation skills
- At least 21 years of age with a valid driver’s license and good driving record.
- An ability to work flexible hours and effectively manage multiple assignments
- Proficiency in the use of computer programs for: word processing; databases; spreadsheets; e-mail; internet and Graphic design Programs
- Wage: Hourly $15 per hour to start or higher based on experience and education
- Benefits: Will be discussed at interview
- The schedule will be 40 hours a week.
- Working hours: Flexible some weekends and nights included