Assists youth in developing skills in the areas of academic-personal-social growth, educational planning, and career and vocational development. Provides direct case management services to youth and families. Completes screenings in order to identify the underlying causes of chronic absences and/or truancy. Meets with students and parents to discuss attendance issues. Visits assigned schools and conducts home visits as assigned. Performs other tasks related to the position, as assigned.
Interviews youth and parents to obtain pertinent information; contacts schools, provides program and procedural information; completes forms and documents and writes reports.
Establishes and maintains working relationships with The Clark County School District, The Harbor Juvenile Assessment Centers and community providers to facilitate services for youth and their families.
Answers telephone calls to provide information; documents notes and makes appropriate referrals. Receives, interviews and assesses immediate needs; makes intake determinations and processes intakes; contacts families, schools, and community providers. Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the program's service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team. Performs various office and administrative support duties, including the operation of standard office equipment. May drive a motor vehicle to transport youth and families to appointments and other facilities. May perform light custodial duties.
1. Performs a wide variety of instructional support duties in compliance with Clark County School District preestablished policies, procedures, and guidelines applicable to special needs programs. 2. Assists instructor with classroom preparation and coursework delivery, (i.e., distributes materials, collects and corrects students' papers, and records grades, etc.). 3. Assists instructor in maintaining classroom organization and discipline (i.e., takes attendance, monitors student work groups, reads to students and reviews subject matter presented by the teacher, etc.). 4. Organizes and effectively communicates class/course objectives, standards, and requirements for successful achievement. 5. Assists in administration and monitoring of student testing. 6. Assists students in small groups or individually in completing assignments or classroom activities, under teacher supervision and direction. 7. Escorts or assists students to and from various rooms and buildings on school campus, may include getting on or off school bus. 8. Provides guidance and assistance to students as directed, in order to ensure appropriate assimilation of class/course content, supporting student success and achievement. 9. May assist students with personal care and sanitary needs; may assist in feeding students by preparing, distributing, ordering, and administering snacks and special lunches; may assist students with physical needs or disabilities; may assist hearing or visually impaired students; may assist with various special medical needs. 10. Performs various clerical tasks (i.e., sort materials, file paperwork, type correspondence and instructional materials, duplicate bulletins, and collect fees/money, etc.). 11. Conforms to safety standards as prescribed. 12. Performs related duties as assigned.
Personally and electronically monitors juveniles in residential facilities; patrols buildings and grounds. Conducts and records bed checks; reports unusual situations to professional staff. As experience is gained, may perform lead Juvenile Detention Assistant responsibilities as needed. Receives and gives procedural directions to incoming juveniles; prepares space and supplies for juveniles. Observes and reports unusual or inappropriate behavior and emergency situations to professional staff; ensures the safety and security of assigned juveniles; provides aid and calls for medical assistance. Release and prepares youth for transportation. Escort youth to various locations. Receives and directs persons entering property or facility for authorized purposes. Restrains juveniles, as needed, using approved physical and mechanical restraint methods. Completes forms, keeps records, maintains files and writes incident reports relating to the work performed. Under the supervision of a Juvenile Probation Officer in a community correction setting or field office, assists with supervising youth, providing input and feedback to Juvenile Probation Officers concerning behavior and treatment of youth and families, interviewing youth and families, providing information concerning programs and community providers to youth and families. Assists with telephone coverage and making contact with youth and families. Assists with ensuring field office is secure
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