Overnight Milieu Supervisor – Shelter
Full Time, Full Benefits
Job Req: 1440
This position oversees the daily management of the milieu and community settings. Milieu Supervisor provides leadership and training of milieu staff, and support and supervision of clients in our residential youth programs. The youth, typically from Latin America and occasionally other countries reside in our residential program while they await family reunification or other placement options. Our Milieu Supervisors lead and collaborate with other milieu staff to ensure that program is providing the youth with skill building, education, leisure activities, medical services and development of pro-social behaviors. This position work in residential facility in Portland, Oregon.
You’ll lead and guide milieu staff in the following ways:
- Ensuring all staff are trained as stated in guidelines for program, agency and grant requirements
- Providing supervision and performance evaluations following agency protocol and policy
You’ll help ensure our clients are care for by:
- Planning and coordinating the milieu schedule and milieu events to ensure the safety and security of youth in the program
- Participating in the development of behavior plans; and collaborating with a multi-disciplinary team such case management, clinical, education, medical, etc.,
As a Milieu Supervisor you’ll receive:
- Mentorship for career growth from program leadership
- Resources, and training on various, but relevant topics designed to help you acquire more knowledge and enhance your skill set
The ideal candidate will be able to lead and communicate effectively, and model appropriate professional boundaries. They will have a strong understanding or willingness to learn program policy and procedures. Given the dynamic environment in any residential facility, its crucial for Milieu staff to maintain composure; while simultaneously being able to manage, redirect and de-escalate stressful situations. We value team work and shared collaboration.
EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE:
Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
- At least 21 years of age
- A high school diploma or equivalent is required
- One year experience working with youth.
- One year experience supervising employees, or one year experience in a leadership role in a residential setting.
- Basic computer skills using Microsoft Word, Excel, databases and Outlook
- Experience working in residential program settings
- Bilingual in Spanish and English
- Pass a DHS criminal history background
- Meets agency driving requirements if position requires use of own vehicle for work purposes.
STARTING PAY RANGE:
Milieu Supervisor: $21.25- $22.59
Bilingual (Spanish) Milieu Supervisor $23.12– $24.58
Overnight Tuesday- Friday
Why join us?
- Benefits and Perks – Extensive benefit package includes medical, dental and vision coverage. Company provided Life and Long-Term Disability. Paid vacation and sick time. Transportation stipend for employees working at our downtown location.
- We make a difference in our community – At Morrison we provide a comprehensive continuum of mental health, substance abuse and prevention and education services for youth, from birth through age 21. We work with families and communities to make a difference in every child’s life.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM: ORR Immigrant Youth Services - Shelter
Our shelter is well equipped to comfortably care and provide support for up to 50 youth at a time. Through our residential facility, the youth have access to education, and mental health services onsite. The program serves adolescent boys and girls, (11 – 17 years of age) The youth primarily arrive from Latin American countries, occasionally from other countries such as South East Asia, Eastern Europe and Africa.
Morrison Child and Family Services is a non-profit organization that provides a comprehensive array of services to children, adolescents, and their families. As an agency Morrison, its team members, and clients commit to trauma informed care, ensuring we understand that behaviors are a result of trauma and are able to check our own trauma and bias in how we respond.
Visit our website to learn more about our mission and history and our strategy for accomplishing our goal of achieving significant, positive, and long-term clinical outcomes for the clients we serve.
At Morrison we celebrate diversity. Through our commitment to equity and inclusion, we support our communities to move beyond disparity and oppression and work with compassion, integrity, and dedication to social justice through the implementation of goals and policies. We strive to create an inclusive and anti-racist organization by ensuring that racial identity will not determine or predict the quality of trauma-informed care a child receives; to that effect, we’re looking for candidates who can provide culturally-appropriate care or possess the ability to hold each other and yourself accountable to the diversity and uniqueness of all individuals within Morrison, our clients and our community stakeholders.
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