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Bilingual Youth Care Worker

VisionQuest Tucson, AZ
  • Expired: 14 days ago. Applications are no longer accepted.

VisionQuest is hiring Daytime, Afternoon and Overnight Youth Care Workers for a residential program for Spanish speaking youth in Tucson, AZ.Come be part of a great team and make a difference today!

Responsibilities

  • Youth Care Workers provide youth with guidance, support, compassion and structure through mentoring, role modeling and the integration of VisionQuest fabric to promote personal growth and development.
  • Youth Care Workers are responsible for the supervision, safety, preservation of youth rights, and overall care of the youth.

Requirements

Minimum requirements for this position include a High School Diploma or GED, 1 year of experience working with kids (preferably in a residential setting), and must be 21 years of age or older. Applicants must have a valid Driver's License and be able to obtain an FBI Level 1 clearance card, child abuse clearances, and state police background check.

For this position there is an option to choose from three different schedules:

1st shift- 6am-2pm

2nd shift- 2pm-10pm

3rd shift- Overnight- 10pm-6am

VisionQuest is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

VisionQuest

Why Work Here?

Follow your passion | Work with youth to make a difference | Build a long-term, meaningful career with unlimited room for growth

VisionQuest is an employee-owned comprehensive national youth services organization that adheres to the highest professional standards in providing innovative intervention services to at-risk youth and families. We provide extraordinary experiences and relationships that allow youth, staff, and families to redefine and reach their highest potential. Kids are safe, valued, and honored; Families are respected and supported; Staff are trained, supported, and appreciated; Communities are protected, impacted, and involved. VisionQuest has over 40 years of experience delivering highly successful innovative programs to at-risk and juvenile youth. Our programs are successful because we combine the best of old traditions with the best of the evidence-based practices. Our history is rooted in American Indian culture. In American Indian traditions, the vision quest is a rite of passage that marks the transition from child to adulthood. VisionQuest has adopted many American Indian traditions over the years to help troubled teens and their families grow together. All of our staff, regardless of position, participate in the various traditions that make up the fabric of our organization.

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60 N Swan Rd
Tucson, AZ
USA

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