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Record # 5545
Position: ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 4/24/2014
Program: Integration
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Relief- days and hours vary based on agency needs; potential for part time hours in the future
Requirements:  The Administrative Assistant II is responsible for completing administrative tasks for a department and/or manager(s) and/or executive(s), providing operations support, and implementing administrative systems, procedures and policies within the boundaries of assigned activities. General Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Provides administrative and clerical support for a particular department, area and/or program as assigned • Coordinates and is responsible for the preparation of correspondence, reports, manuals, presentations and data as required by the position; performs administrative research as required • Resolves problems in area of responsibility through effective listening, analysis and interaction and follows issues to resolution • Maintains in-depth knowledge about the services and activities of the area of responsibility and uses knowledge of overall functions across Hillside Family of Agencies • Provides operational expertise, which may include greeting, schedule coordination, communications flow and interaction with HFA departments (Purchasing, Marketing, Facilities, Technology, HR, Payroll, Capital Resources, and/or other HFA departments) to support program operations as assigned • Responds to requests for information and answering questions, and is able to determine when issues need escalating and the appropriate method for issue resolution • Demonstrates effective organization and priority-setting, is able to multi-task in order to respond to multiple concurrent needs, balances long-range planning with the ability to anticipate needs, and evaluates daily operations to achieve desired outcomes • Requires intermediate skills to effectively use office automation, email, computer-based applications and office equipment to efficiently meet job requirements including data entry and maintenance of databases • Routinely may interact with internal customers (employees, children, families) and external contacts (vendors, regulators, visitors), and represents the agency with professionalism, tact and cultural sensitivity (Continued) Essential Functions: - Serve as a primary Integration Helpdesk Operator, assisting all internal and external customers in answering their questions or helping them find the correct contacts at HFA. - Assist with all phone issues on Monroe Avenue Campus, e.g., maintaining the appropriate inventory of working phones in collaboration with the HFA Purchasing Department and Relcomm to make sure there is proper inventory. Serve as a consultant to other areas of the Agency regarding the maintenance and inventory of Agency phone systems. - Continuously triage calls for SI Triage, restricting transfers to only those calls requiring responses for service as much as possible. - Maintain Monroe Campus Integration office supply inventory. - Deliver mail to the Admin Building. Sort campus mail for Agency Courier. - Notify Partner Service Center of needed Oracle phonebook updates for HFA. - Assist Monroe Campus Special Services Department to dispatch and return Agency Vans - Assist Partner Service Center in delivering Swipe Card requests for Monroe Campus - Assist Agency staff in the use of the Intercall Conference Calling system, providing Intercall codes and PINS when needed - Other duties, responsibilities, and committee assignments as needed. High School diploma/GED with 3-5 years of Office Management or Administration experience is required. Preferred candidate will have an Associate’s Degree in Secretarial or related field and 5 plus years of experience in Office Management. Candidates must meet agency driving standards.

Record # 5546
Position: NURSE MANAGER III
Affiliate: Snell Farm Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 4/24/2014
Program: Nursing Services
Location: Bath, NY
Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - Monday - Friday - 9am to 5pm
Requirements:  The Nurse Manager is responsible for directing health care services and staff in order to ensure the delivery of quality health services to children/youth. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Conducts quality assurance reviews for nursing systems and nursing staff. • Provides ongoing supervision and provides feedback and training to the nursing staff. • Develops performance objectives and conducts performance reviews for the nursing staff and health support staff. • Performs all of the clinical functions of an RN and/or LPN as required. • Assures the health care provided to the youth in care is in compliance with all regulatory mandates and procedures. • Understands and assists with the development of all health care service delivery systems. • Maintains and reviews contracts with external providers. • Hires, terminates, trains, schedules and manages nurses and supports personnel • Oversees and controls salary and health care costs within the program. • Monitors and responds to client movement, including referral, admissions, health care and discharge. • Routinely interacts with clients, families, and external contacts and represents the agency with professionalism, tact, and cultural sensitivity. • Knows and adheres to all federal, state, and local statutes, regulatory agency standards, and Hillside Family of Agency policies, including but not limited to OMH, CPS DSS, JCAHO, SED, & OSHA regulations. • Actively participates in supervision with and works in collaboration with the Director of Nursing and Regional Leader, as assigned. Associates degree and NYS Registered Nurse license required.. BSN from an accredited Registered Nursing program preferred. 2 years of RN experience required, preferably pediatric experience. Supervisory/management experience required. Applicants must have a valid NYS Driver's License and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5544
Position: INTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY- CARE COORDINATOR II
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 4/23/2014
Program: Therapeutic Foster Care -Batavia City Center
Location: Batavia, NY
Hours: Full Time - 40 Hours
Requirements:  The Care Coordinator II (CC II) is responsible for the delivery of quality psycho-social care to youth/family in a community based setting. This position works with Clinicians and other care providers to assure overall needs of the client are met. The position may be assigned to lead projects and mentor Care Coordinator I’s as assigned. The CC II works as a team member in assessing a youth/families needs and is responsible for developing, assessing and modifying the individual service plan in collaboration with the youth/family and multi-disciplinary treatment team. As a key team member, the CC II is actively involved in the implementation of a strength-based service plan including site/home visits and assessments, identifying and coordinating collateral resources, recognizing gaps and needs, assessing results and communication with youth/family and treatment team. Bachelor's degree in social work/psychology or equivalent required. 3-5 years experience with youth/family centered mental health/psycho-social treatment. Candidates must have thorough knowledge of services provided, well developed advocacy skills, an understanding of payment processes for services and must develop, maintain and utilize a thorough knowledge regulatory knowledge. Candidates must have a valid New York State Driver's License and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5279
Position: CLINICIAN I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 4/22/2014
Program: Diagnostic
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours
Requirements:  Responsible for the assessment and delivery of quality mental health care to youth and families. The Clinician I works as a team member in assessing a youth's/family's needs and is responsible for developing, assessing and modifying the individual service plan in collaboration with the youth/family and multi-disciplinary treatment team. This position will provide individual and group therapy, including structured and process groups, within a variety of settings (residential, school, community). The Clinician I will utilize experience, education, age-specific knowledge and cultural competence in order to assess and treat clients to achieve positive and successful outcomes and routinely successfully uses problem-solving skills. The Clinician I is relied upon as the primary contact for the service plan and is able to expertly and succinctly communicate at all levels both orally and in writing. Master's degree in Social Work, Mental Health Counselor or related field required. NYS Professional License in area of study preferred or must be license eligible upon hire. 1-3 years of experience as a Clinician preferred. Candidates must have thorough knowledge of services provided, well developed advocacy skills, knowledge and understanding of payment processes for services and regulatory knowledge. Valid NY State Driver's License required. Candidates must meet agency driving and insurance standards. Minimally requires one of the following licenses (or related limited permit). Consistent with state professional licensing laws, additional restrictions might apply: -Licensed Clinical Social Worker -Licensed Master Social Worker -Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist - Licensed Psychologist - Licensed Mental Health Counselor - Licensed Creative Arts Therapist

Record # 5543
Position: DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 4/22/2014
Program: Developmental Disabilities Services- Strickler Road
Location: Buffalo, NY
Hours: Part Time- 14 hours- Sunday 9am-11pm
Requirements:  The Direct Support Professional I (DSP I) performs functions that assist in the care and treatment of children/youth and families and assisting children/youth to develop life and social skills in OPWDD and IRA settings, and in establishing a safe physical and emotional environment for children/youth and families in care. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The DSP I continually demonstrates the emotional confidence and good judgment required to build productive, engaged children/youth/family relationships while implementing required rules and routines. Ensures the safety of the children/youth assigned and is thoroughly aware of all procedures relating to emergencies. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education, is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Applicant must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Candidates must have a valid NYS driver's license and must meet agency driving and insurance standards. Hillside Family of Agencies offers flexible schedule, excellent salary and benefits packages including medical, 403(b) with employer matching contributions, generous PTO, 9 holidays, and more!

Record # 5540
Position: ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES WORKER
Affiliate: Hillside Service Solutions
Region: Monroe
Date: 4/22/2014
Program: Environmental Services
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours
Requirements:  Under the general supervision of the Environmental Services Supervisor, performs all duties of Environmental Services. Completes assigned work daily. Responsible for cleanliness and sanitation of the complete facility. General cleaning, floor care, carpet care, windows, dusting and trash removal. Responsibilities include assuring windows are cleaned and maintained, strips and waxes facility floors, vacuums facility carpets, performs periodic carpet cleaning and extraction as needed. Performs discharge cleaning, dusts all surfaces; this involves both high and low dusting. Empties trash bin and removes trash and recyclables; ensures maintenance of all cleaning equipment and supplies; thoroughly cleans and sanitizes bathrooms within the facility including toilets, sinks, and floors. Ensures timely replenishment of soap and paper products. High school diploma or GED required. 1-3 years of experience in Environmental Services preferred. Applicant must have knowledge of Environmental Service,PPE,Floor care(stripping and waxing).

Record # 5538
Position: INTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY - TEACHING ASSISTANT I – BEHAVIOR SUPPORT SPECIALIST
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 4/22/2014
Program: Andrews Trahey Campus School
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Full Time - 40 Hours - Monday - Friday - 7:30:am to 4pm
Requirements:  The Teaching Assistant I – Behavioral Support Specialist works under close supervision in performing functions that assist in the treatment and care of children/youth. Works with individual students or groups of students requiring special instruction, and works with the classroom teacher to identify information about specific students in order to develop appropriate teaching plans and learning experiences for students. Effectively plans for prevention and management of crises by therapeutic crisis intervention techniques, which may include including emergency physical intervention techniques in accordance with agency policy; maintains appropriate affect regulation. Provides direct classroom instruction in the event of the teacher's absence. High school diploma is required, Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education preferred. NYS or eligibility for certification as a teaching assistant required. Experience working in a classroom or related therapeutic experience with children / youth required. Experience with BEST and PBIS system preferred. Candidates must have a valid New York State Driver's License and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5539
Position: SKILLBUILDER III
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 4/22/2014
Program: Bridges to Health
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - Must be available weekends when on call - hours vary based on client availability
Requirements:  Under occasional supervision and direction, the Skill Builder III performs functions that assist in the care and treatment of youth and families and assisting youth to develop life and social skills in community based settings and in establishing a safe physical and emotional environment for youth and families in care. The Skillbuilder III participates within a designated service team to develop treatment and behavior management plans and executes such plans aimed at assisting youth to achieve their personal goals and objectives. This position has the responsibility of assuring the safety of the youth and applying appropriate emergency and crisis intervention techniques as needed. Bachelor's degree and one year experience (2-3 preferred), including one year of experience as a Skillbuilder. Over time, this position performs all job requirements with independence; has demonstrated an ability to organize and deliver more complex training; depended upon for resolution of more complex problems/issues; may perform supervisory functions, mentoring and training activities as assigned. The Skillbuilder III serves as a role model for Skill Builders. Candidates must have a valid New York State Driver's License and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5542
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 4/22/2014
Program: Residential Services - Bausch Cottage
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Full Time- 40 Hours- Sunday-Saturday 7am-3pm and 3pm-11pm shifts
Requirements:  The Youth Care Professional (YCP) performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. As a YCP you will demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Applicants must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Applicants must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5541
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL III
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 4/22/2014
Program: DAS TP- Andes Unit
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours; Thursdays and Fridays off, with 4 evening shifts and 1 morning shift
Requirements:  Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Candidates must demonstrate skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. The YCP III serves as a role model for Youth Care Professionals. YCP III continuously develops skills to improve outcomes, and is an adept communicator at all levels, recognizing issues and situations that require notification and communications to other. Completes all assigned responsibilities including all required written and verbal documentation, reports, and log entries and administrative tasks as required. This position may oversee the paperwork of others. Performs all job requirements with independence; has demonstrated an ability to organize and deliver more complex training; depended upon for resolution of more complex problems/issues; may perform supervisory functions, mentoring and training, and shift charge responsibilities as assigned. High school diploma/GED with 2 years’ experience or Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education, along with 1 year of experience required. Excellent verbal and written skills required. CPR certification or equivalent is required; if not satisfied at hire, may be obtained within 60 days of hire. Candidates must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Candidates must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Applicant must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Candidates must have a valid NYS driver's license and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5536
Position: INTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY - SKILLBUILDER I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 4/21/2014
Program: Bridges to Health
Location: Jamestown, NY
Hours: Part Time - 20 hours - nights, evenings and weekends
Requirements:  The incumbent will work primarily with adolescences/teenagers, who are diagnosed as Serious Emotionally Disturbed, Medically fragile, or developmentally disabled. This individual must demonstrate skills that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. The Waiver Service Provider (Skill builder I) will interacts with clients and families in a variety of settings including biological, pre-adoptive, and foster homes, and neighborhood, community and group care settings. The Wavier Service provider will provide waiver services to youth and family such as skill building, Family Caregiver Supports, and Planned Respite. The majority of the work schedule will be evenings; however, incumbent may need to work occasional weekends or split shifts as required by services needs. High School Diploma/GED and 1-2 years of experience working with youth required. Bachelor's degree preferred. Candidates must have the ability to engage youth/families in trust-based relationships, have well developed skills as an advocate for youth/families and be an effective communicator (written and verbal). Candidates must have flexibility in their schedule. Valid NY State Driver's License required. Candidates must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5535
Position: YOUTH MENTOR
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 4/18/2014
Program: Youth Mentor Services
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Part time- 10 hours per week: based on youth, family and program needs.
Requirements:  The primary responsibility of this position is to serve as a peer mentor, positive role model and advocate and support to youth and young adults currently receiving care coordination services in Monroe County. The Youth Mentor will assist youth in achieving their goals and living healthy, self-directed lives. The role involves connecting with youth while working with a team in order to identify, advocate and act as a liaison between youth and other professionals and community natural supports. The Youth Mentor must be at least 18 years old and have (1) personal life experience in child serving systems (juvenile justice, mental health, child welfare, and education) and (2) the ability to positively and appropriately self-disclose regarding that experience. Local travel as required. Works with teams to assist youth in identifying and coordinating services, community resources and natural supports, which would include the following responsibilities: • Educate and model for youth how to advocate for their needs, have a voice & choice in matters related to their lives • Be a resource on youth transition and how to navigate the system • Orient youth to the Child Family Team (CFT) process • Help youth identify goals for their plan of care • Assist youth in engaging in the own planning process and self-advocacy • Create partnership with youth and professionals to help meet their needs • Complete all required paperwork in a timely manner • Act as a consultant on CFT teams • Attend supervision and team meetings • Meet with youth 1:1, in small groups and meetings • Co- facilitate skill-building groups and trainings for youth and staff Skills necessary to obtain the job o Personal life experience in child serving systems (juvenile justice, behavioral/mental health, child welfare, and drug & alcohol, etc.), and the ability to positively and appropriately self-disclose regarding that experience o Flexible and adaptive o Demonstrates an awareness and sensitivity to cultural, physical and social variations. o Ability to independently meet commitments and take responsibility for own actions; recognizes, identifies and corrects errors/omissions o Respects the ambiguity of self-disclosure and youth/family confidentiality requirements. o Ability to build productive relationships across groups o Leads by example o Being open-minded, creative, and have problem solving skills o Good writing and verbal skills o Familiar with youth and family systems o Familiar with youth and family dynamics/relations o Ability to set and follow a schedule o Must successfully complete required training in the time line identified. Education and Experience High School Diploma or equivalent required 1 Year work or volunteer experience preferred

Record # 5534
Position: DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 4/17/2014
Program: Developmental Disabilities Services- Abbot Road
Location: Buffalo, NY
Hours: Full Time- 40 hours- Sunday-Wednesday 10:30pm-8:30am Overnights
Requirements:  The Direct Support Professional I (DSP I) performs functions that assist in the care and treatment of children/youth and families and assisting children/youth to develop life and social skills in OPWDD and IRA settings, and in establishing a safe physical and emotional environment for children/youth and families in care. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The DSP I continually demonstrates the emotional confidence and good judgment required to build productive, engaged children/youth/family relationships while implementing required rules and routines. Ensures the safety of the children/youth assigned and is thoroughly aware of all procedures relating to emergencies. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education, is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Applicant must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Candidates must have a valid NYS driver's license and must meet agency driving and insurance standards. Hillside Family of Agencies offers flexible schedule, excellent salary and benefits packages including medical, 403(b) with employer matching contributions, generous PTO, 9 holidays, and more!

Record # 5533
Position: DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 4/17/2014
Program: Developmental Disabilities Services- Abbot Road
Location: Buffalo, NY
Hours: Full Time- 30 Hours- Sunday-Tuesday -Evenings and Overnights
Requirements:  The Direct Support Professional I (DSP I) performs functions that assist in the care and treatment of children/youth and families and assisting children/youth to develop life and social skills in OPWDD and IRA settings, and in establishing a safe physical and emotional environment for children/youth and families in care. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The DSP I continually demonstrates the emotional confidence and good judgment required to build productive, engaged children/youth/family relationships while implementing required rules and routines. Ensures the safety of the children/youth assigned and is thoroughly aware of all procedures relating to emergencies. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education, is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Applicant must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Candidates must have a valid NYS driver's license and must meet agency driving and insurance standards. Hillside Family of Agencies offers flexible schedule, excellent salary and benefits packages including medical, 403(b) with employer matching contributions, generous PTO, 9 holidays, and more!

Record # 5532
Position: DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 4/17/2014
Program: Developmental Disabilities Services- Chestnut Ridge
Location: Buffalo, NY
Hours: Full Time- 30 hours- Sunday-Tuesday 10:30pm-8:30am Overnights
Requirements:  The Direct Support Professional I (DSP I) performs functions that assist in the care and treatment of children/youth and families and assisting children/youth to develop life and social skills in OPWDD and IRA settings, and in establishing a safe physical and emotional environment for children/youth and families in care. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The DSP I continually demonstrates the emotional confidence and good judgment required to build productive, engaged children/youth/family relationships while implementing required rules and routines. Ensures the safety of the children/youth assigned and is thoroughly aware of all procedures relating to emergencies. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education, is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Applicant must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Candidates must have a valid NYS driver's license and must meet agency driving and insurance standards. Hillside Family of Agencies offers flexible schedule, excellent salary and benefits packages including medical, 403(b) with employer matching contributions, generous PTO, 9 holidays, and more!

Record # 5531
Position: ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES WORKER
Affiliate: Hillside Service Solutions
Region: Western
Date: 4/17/2014
Program: Environmental Services
Location: Bath, NY
Hours: Relief- days and hours vary based on agency needs
Requirements:  Under the general supervision of the Environmental Services Supervisor, performs all duties of Environmental Services. Completes assigned work daily. Responsible for cleanliness and sanitation of the complete facility. General cleaning, floor care, carpet care, windows, dusting and trash removal. Responsibilities include assuring windows are cleaned and maintained, strips and waxes facility floors, vacuums facility carpets, performs periodic carpet cleaning and extraction as needed. Performs discharge cleaning, dusts all surfaces; this involves both high and low dusting. Empties trash bin and removes trash and recyclables; ensures maintenance of all cleaning equipment and supplies; thoroughly cleans and sanitizes bathrooms within the facility including toilets, sinks, and floors. Ensures timely replenishment of soap and paper products. High school diploma or GED required. 1-3 years of experience in Environmental Services preferred.

Record # 5527
Position: INTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY - CASE MANAGER
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 4/15/2014
Program: Creekside Day Treatment
Location: Fairport, NY
Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - Monday - Friday - 8am to 4pm TEMPORARY
Requirements:  This is a temporary position beginning approximately 5/514 and ending around 8/15/14. The Case Manager has responsibility for working as a member of the care team using principles of assessment, care planning, service and community referrals, and evaluation to coordinate family-guided, youth driven care for referred children/youth/families. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Screens, assesses and, as required, performs assigned daily on-call phone triage and walk-in support to assigned youth/families. • Provides supportive counseling and case management service to referred youth/families including coordination of services with community agencies. • Effectively identifies and uses available resources using current knowledge and awareness of agency and community services, and assumes an influential role in building recommended service options. • Acts as an advocate and broker for clients in making referrals to agency services and community programs. • Uses knowledge, personal influence and persuasion to encourage and facilitate connection of youth and their families with continuing care services. • Establishes and maintains productive working relationships with community service providers to facilitate effective referrals and service evaluation. • Maintains required contact with youth and their families and conducts family/foster family meetings. The Case Manager serves as a liaison between the program and other internal and external resources. • Works flexible hours, including evenings as determined by client needs and effectively evaluates and responds to client needs outside normal service hours. • Maintains and updates all necessary records, forms, reports and summaries in client files according to agency/funders standards. • Provides, when appropriate, transportation for youth to and from services and other community services to facilitate youth’s ability to access services. • Participates in staff meetings, in-service training and team building activities. High School diploma/GED required, Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or related field of study preferred. A minimum of 2 years’ experience Human Services experience. Applicants must have a valid NYS Driver’s License and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5529
Position: SKILLBUILDER I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 4/15/2014
Program: Home and Community Based Waiver Services
Location: Syracuse, NY
Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - availability within Monday - Sunday 7am - 9pm
Requirements:  Under regular supervision and direction, the Skill Builder I performs functions that assist in the care and treatment of youth and families and assisting youth to develop life and social skills in a community based setting and in establishing a safe physical and emotional environment for youth and families in care. The Skill Builder I recognizes differentiating youth/families behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and executes such plans aimed at assisting youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Skill Builder I is responsible for managing youth/family activities within an individual or group dynamic, assuring the safety of the youth/families assigned, and applying appropriate emergency and crisis intervention principles and techniques. The Skill Builder I will pro-actively maintain current knowledge of the youth/families emotional/behavior status, assesses the effectiveness of service plans, and supports youth/families interactions with family and local community. Skill Builder I shall provide life skills and social skills training for youth/families, use verbal de-escalation skills as required and act as a mandated reporter of child abuse and/or neglect. High School Diploma/GED and 1-2 years of experience working with youth required. Bachelor's degree preferred. Candidates must have the ability to engage youth/families in trust-based relationships, have well developed skills as an advocate for youth/families and be an effective communicator (written and verbal). Candidates must have a flexible schedule and be available for daytime, evening, and/or weekend hours. Valid NY State Driver's License required. Candidates must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5528
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I (3 OPENINGS)
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 4/15/2014
Program: Camp Possibilities
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Full Time - 30-40 hours per week - Mon.-Fri: 8:30-4:30; or 8:30-3:30 with an evening shift til 8:00pm, a possible weekend day
Requirements:  * This is a temporary summer position working at our Camp Possibilities. This position will further the mission of the camp through assisting in the planning of camp activities. Deliver activities that are safe, fun, and appropriate to the campers’ age and abilities. Assist in the management of the buildings, activity area and related equipment and supplies. Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Develop and deliver an activity program (crafts, fishing, games, outdoor living skills, archery*, canoeing*, kayaking*, etc.) that is appropriate for the age and ability of the campers. • Write lesson plans that meet camp outcomes and the abilities of the campers. • Design and deliver creative camp activities that make use of the camp resources such as craft supplies, camp’s natural environment. • If trained in aquatics deliver creative boating program activities. • Ensure that camp staff and campers know and follow safety and educational procedures. • Assist in the implementation of staff training for program area. • Train other staff in their responsibilities at the program area • Assist other staff members with the development of project kits for use by different programs and for special events. • Assist in the management and care of the physical facilities and equipment in designated program area. • Be alert to equipment and facilities to ensure utilization, proper care, and maintenance is adhered to; report repairs needed promptly to camp director. • Conduct a daily check of the area and equipment for safety, cleanliness, and good repair. • Be a role model to campers and staff in with a positive attitude and behavior. Set a good example to campers and others in regard to general camp procedures and practices including sanitation, schedule and sportsmanship. • Participate enthusiastically in all camp activities, planning and leading those assigned to your activity • Participate as a member of the camp staff team to deliver and supervise programs, special events, some evening events and other all- camp activities and camp functions • Assist in the planning of any special events especially as it relates to the designated program area. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Prior camp experience a plus. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Must be able to obtain or become certified in First Aid/CPR. Current certification in lifeguard training preferred. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5525
Position: DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 4/14/2014
Program: Developmental Disabilities Services - Lehigh Station Road
Location: Pittsford, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours; overnights 11pm -9am, Thursday through Sunday
Requirements:  The Direct Support Professional I (DSP I) performs functions that assist in the care and treatment of children/youth and families and assisting children/youth to develop life and social skills in OPWDD and IRA settings, and in establishing a safe physical and emotional environment for children/youth and families in care. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The DSP I continually demonstrates the emotional confidence and good judgment required to build productive, engaged children/youth/family relationships while implementing required rules and routines. Ensures the safety of the children/youth assigned and is thoroughly aware of all procedures relating to emergencies. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education, is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Applicant must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Candidates must have a valid NYS driver's license and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5526
Position: SUPERVISOR - ASSISTANT RESIDENTIAL SUPERVISOR
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 4/14/2014
Program: Developmental Disabilities Services - Chestnut Ridge
Location: Orchard Park, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours; Sunday 8am-10pm; Mon-Wed 2pm-10pm
Requirements:  The Assistant Supervisor - Residential supervises Youth Care Professionals in the performance of their daily responsibilities. The Assistant Supervisor - Residential is part of the direct care employees schedule and generally performs the duties of a Youth Care Professional a considerable portion of time. The Assistant Supervisor - Residential supports HFA’s Philosophy of Care and works to remove systemic barriers to ensure implementation. With the Supervisor – Residential, the Assistant Supervisor - Residential typically has responsibility for up to 15 employees and up to 15 clients. The Assistant Supervisor - Residential * Supervises unit employees in the implementation of treatment goals and objectives. * Oversees employees schedules to ensure adequate coverage and oversees client schedules to ensure they are well organized and well communicated. * Ensures a safe and sanitary physical plan. * Handles emergency situations which may require flexibility of both time and area assignment. * May be required to assume the responsibility of the Supervisor – Residential in his/her absence. * Performs all YCP functions as required. H.S. Diploma required, Bachelor's degree preferred. 2-3 years direct care work in a Residential setting required, 1 year experience required with a Bachelor’s degree. Valid NYS Driver's License required. Candidates must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5514
Position: 1. JOB FAIR
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 4/12/2014
Program: Residential Services
Location: Holiday Inn, Waterloo-Seneca Falls-2468 Ny State Rt # 414, Waterloo, NY 13165
Hours: 9am-noon
Requirements:  Hillside Family of Agencies is hosting a Job Fair at the Holiday Inn, Waterloo- Seneca Falls on Saturday April 12th, 2014 from 9am-noon. 2468 Ny State Rt # 414, Waterloo, NY 13165 Hillside Family of Agencies provides individualized health, education, and human services in partnership with children, youth, adults, and their families through an integrated system of care. We will interview for: Direct Care Staff: Youth Care Professionals, Supervisors, Clinicians and Clinical Managers, Teachers and Teaching Assistants, 1:1 Aides, Registered Nurses, Food Service Drivers, and Environmental Service Workers. Visit www.hillside.com for a complete list of current openings! HFA offers flexible schedule, excellent salary and benefits packages, 403(b) with employer matching contributions, generous PTO, 9 paid agency holidays, and more! Full-time, Part-time and Relief/Per Diem shifts currently available! Please bring your resume and a completed Hillside Application.

Record # 5521
Position: INTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY - CARE COORDINATOR III
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 4/11/2014
Program: Bridges to Health
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - Monday - Friday, during business hours
Requirements:  Exercising significant independence and judgment the Care Coordinator III is responsible for the delivery of quality psycho-social care to the child/youth/family. The Care Coordinator III provides clinical support and/or therapeutic care as assigned. This position shall lead projects and provide supervision of staff. The Care Coordinator III works as a team member in assessing a child/youth/family's needs and is responsible for developing, assessing and modifying the individual service plan in collaboration with the child/youth/family, family and multi-disciplinary treatment team. This position is actively involved in the implementation of a strength-based service plan including site/home visits and assessments, identifying and coordinating collateral resources, recognizing gaps and needs, assessing results, and communicating with the multi-disciplinary treatment team. The Care Coordinator III utilizes experience, education, age-specific knowledge and cultural competence in order to assess and support children/youth/families to achieve positive and successful outcomes and routinely successfully uses problem-solving skills with self and others. The Care Coordinator III ensures HFA policies; procedures and all applicable governmental laws/regulations/guidelines are followed; makes decisions and has authority to implement decisions in conjunction within scope of responsibility. This position will also assist the teams in ensuring services are delivered and compliant with regulating funders organizations. Must have a Bachelor’s degree and supervise other team members, primarily other care coordinators and 3 years relevant work experience; OR must have a Masters degree with at least 3 years of relevant experience; AND must regularly perform the care coordinator functions with significant independence and expertise and is relied upon as a resource to guide team performance. Candidates must have a valid New York State Driver’s License and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5523
Position: INTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY- TEACHING ASSISTANT II
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 4/11/2014
Program: Education- Varick Campus School
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full Time- 40 hours- Monday-Friday
Requirements:  The Teaching Assistant II – Behavioral Support Specialist works under close supervision in performing functions that assist in the treatment and care of children/youth. Works with individual students or groups of students requiring special instruction, and works with the classroom teacher to identify information about specific students in order to develop appropriate teaching plans and learning experiences for students. Effectively plans for prevention and management of crises by therapeutic crisis intervention techniques, which may include including emergency physical intervention techniques in accordance with agency policy; maintains appropriate affect regulation. Performs all job requirements with some independence; has demonstrated an ability to deliver training; may perform supervisory functions, mentoring and training and serves on committees as assigned. Has HFA medication administration certification. Serves as a role model for lower level staff. High school diploma is required, Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education preferred. SED Teaching Assistant II Certification within three years of obtaining Level 1 Certification. At least two years of experience working in a classroom or related therapeutic experience with children / youth required. Candidates must have a valid New York State Driver's License and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5524
Position: REGISTERED DIETICIAN
Affiliate: Hillside Service Solutions
Region: Monroe
Date: 4/11/2014
Program: Food and Nutrition Services
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Full time- 30 hours; Monday through Friday 8-4pm (flexible hours)
Requirements:  The Registered Dietitian(RD) is responsible for managing the nutrition care of children and youth with Hillside Family of Agencies with the potential to provide nutrition care to youth in external organizations. Nutrition Care incorporates nutrition assessment, development of a nutrition diagnosis, and the implementation and monitoring of nutrition care for HFA children/youth in collaboration with departmental employees and pertinent members of the Interdisciplinary Treatment Team. Accountable for the nutrition care of children/youth residing at HFA within the RTF, RTC and OPWDD programs. Oversight of nutrition care for children/youth in other programs may be required as needed. Conducts nutritional assessment of HFA children/youth by using accurate and relevant data and information to identify nutrition-related problems. The RD is guided by the American Dietetic Association: Standards of Practice and Standards of Professional Performance for RDs in Behavioral Health Care. Identifies nutritional diagnoses from the assessment data for HFA children/youth found to be at nutritional risk; identifies appropriate, purposefully planned nutrition interventions that are designed with the intent of changing or supporting child/youth unique nutrition needs. Bachelor's degree in Dietetics, Foods and Nutrition, Food Service Systems Management or a related area is required, along with Registered Dietician licensure. 1-3 years of experience in Clinical, Behavioral or School Food Service programs is preferred.

Record # 5520
Position: BEHAVIORAL SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 4/9/2014
Program: Stepping Stones Day Treatment
Location: Fulton, NY
Hours: Relief - Monday - Friday - 7:30am to 3:30pm as needed
Requirements:  The Behavioral Support Professional (BSP) is responsible for observing, assessing, intervening, accepting and engaging student (s) who cannot be maintained in their classroom environments. The Behavioral Support Professional applies experience with and learned crisis intervention techniques for children in need of more specialized support. BSP Relief Staff will be familiar with and support the treatment goals and objectives derived from treatment & education plans. The BSP Relief recognizes emerging crisis situations and utilizes effective intervention techniques to prevent occurrence, escalation, and/or reoccurrence of crises, for student (s). The position prepares students to successfully re-enter the classroom setting, as well as makes recommendations to the clinical staff regarding a students’ behaviors, as needed. The BSP uses experience, education, age-specific knowledge, relevant behavioral data, and cultural competence in order to assess and treat clients to achieve positive and successful outcomes. High School Diploma required, Bachelor's degree preferred. Two or more years of experience working in a classroom, or related therapeutic experience working with youth/children required. Candidates must have valid NY State Driver's License and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5519
Position: SKILLBUILDER I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 4/9/2014
Program: Therapeutic Foster Care
Location: Bath, NY
Hours: Full Time- 40 hours- Monday-Friday ( some weekends for on call roatations)
Requirements:  Under regular supervision and direction, the Skill Builder I performs functions that assist in the care and treatment of youth and families and assisting youth to develop life and social skills in a community based setting and in establishing a safe physical and emotional environment for youth and families in care. The Skill Builder I recognizes differentiating youth/families behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and executes such plans aimed at assisting youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Skill Builder I is responsible for managing /youth/families activities within an individual or group dynamic, assuring the safety of the youth/families assigned, and applying appropriate emergency and crisis intervention principles and techniques. The Skill Builder I will pro-actively maintain current knowledge of the youth/families emotional/behavior status, assesses the effectiveness of service plans, and supports youth/families interactions with family and local community. Skill Builder I shall provide life skills and social skills training for /youth/families, use verbal de escalation skills as required and shall act as a mandated reporter of child abuse and/or neglect. High School Diploma/GED and 1-2 years of experience working with youth required. Bachelor's degree preferred. Candidates must have the ability to engage youth/families in trust-based relationships, have well developed skills as an advocate for youth/families and be an effective communicator (written and verbal). Candidates must have flexibility in their schedule. Valid NY State Driver's License required. Candidates must meet agency driving and insurance standards. At Hillside, you’ll have continual training opportunities, scholarships, and generous paid time off (PTO), nine paid holidays per year, comprehensive medical and dental coverage, flexible spending account, life insurance, 403(b) plan with a match, employee assistance plan, professional memberships, employee discount program and more!

Record # 5517
Position: THERAPEUTIC RECREATION SPECIALIST
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 4/9/2014
Program: Residential Services
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - Monday - Friday evenings
Requirements:  The Therapeutic Recreation Specialist is responsible for planning, organizing and implementing recreational activities for the Monroe Campus as well as responsibility for recreation center supervison, risk managment and safety. The position requires an individual committed to recreation as a career choice through training and continuing education. This position can be filled at a Level I or Level III depending on applicants education and experience. Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Provides supervision of recreation center facilities including gym, pool, playground or other play areas to maintain an environment that is safe and secure. • Working as part of a treatment team, this position has a caseload of youth in which they assist in diagnosis and evaluation through recreation assessments, developing a treatment goal and monitoring progress through appropriate documentation. • Provides supervision of agency youth and their staff to monitor safety and quality of youth participation. • Provides recreation programs, activity leadership and team building initiatives that promote healthy leisure lifestyle choices, psychomotor skills, and growth and socialization development. • May have involvement with special clubs or hobby groups (i.e. bike club, plant club, arts and crafts, camping, girl or boy scouts). • Recognizes and addresses aggressive student/youth behavior and is trained and proficient in behavior management and Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI). • Seeks recreational resource development including community contacts, free tickets, special events and activity supply needs. • Assists youth in positive play experiences through role modeling, skill development and provision of recreation opportunities. • Writes concise yet thorough assessment narratives, goals and objectives, and progress notes. • Performs other duties as requested including but not limited to equipment repair and upkeep, special event planning, work order submittals, safety inspections and fund raising. • Provides direct care services as needed. For a level I: Associates degree required, Bachelor’s preferred in Recreation, Physical Education or related field of study. Youth Recreation in a Human Services environment desired. For a level III: Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s preferred in Recreation, Physical Education or related field of study. A minimum of 1-3 years experience in youth recreation in a Human Services environment. Performs all job requirements with independence; has demonstrated an ability to organize and deliver more complex training; depended upon for resolution of more complex problems/issues; may perform supervisory functions, mentoring and training, and lead projects and initiatives as assigned. Serves as a role model for Therapeutic Recreation Specialist I staff. Applicants must have a valid NYS Driver’s License and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5518
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 4/9/2014
Program: Critical Care- Athena Unit
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full Time- 40 Hours- Saturday-Wednesday ( evenings)
Requirements:  The Youth Care Professional (YCP) Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5516
Position: BEHAVIORAL SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Crestwood Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 4/8/2014
Program: Residential Services
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - Sunday - Thursday - day/evenings
Requirements:  The Behavioral Support Professional (BSP) is primarily responsible for crisis prevention and restraint reduction through mentoring, role-modeling, and early intervention. The BSP must have a breadth and depth of knowledge and experience in non-physical crisis de-escalation, and an ability to communicate skills effectively with staff, youth and families. The BSP provides mentoring and training for staff. The BSP is responsible for observing, assessing, intervening, accepting and engaging youth who cannot be maintained in their cottage environments. The Behavioral Support Professional applies experience with and learned crisis intervention techniques for children in need of more specialized support. There are frequent interactions with youth and families. The BSP acts as a contributing member of the treatment team who actively participates in the creation, implementation and evaluation of treatment goals and objectives derived from treatment & education plans. The BSP recognizes emerging crisis situations and utilizes effective intervention techniques to prevent occurrence, escalation, and/or reoccurrence of crises, for youth. The position prepares youth to successfully re-enter the routine, as well as makes recommendations to the clinical staff regarding a youth's behaviors, as needed. The BSP uses experience, education, age-specific knowledge, relevant behavioral data, and cultural competence in order to assess and treat youth to achieve positive and successful outcomes. The BSP enters incident data, analyzes for trends, and facilitates the specific Incident Review Committee each month. High School Diploma required, Bachelor's degree preferred. Two or more years of experience working with youth/children required, residential services preferred. Candidates must be certified as a TCI Trainer. Candidates must have valid NY State Driver's License and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5513
Position: ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES WORKER (3 OPPORTUNITES AVAILABLE!)
Affiliate: Hillside Service Solutions
Region: Monroe
Date: 4/7/2014
Program: Environmental Services
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Part time- 20 hours
Requirements:  Under the general supervision of the Environmental Services Supervisor, performs all duties of Environmental Services. Completes assigned work daily. Responsible for cleanliness and sanitation of the complete facility. General cleaning, floor care, carpet care, windows, dusting and trash removal. Responsibilities include assuring windows are cleaned and maintained, strips and waxes facility floors, vacuums facility carpets, performs periodic carpet cleaning and extraction as needed. Performs discharge cleaning, dusts all surfaces; this involves both high and low dusting. Empties trash bin and removes trash and recyclables; ensures maintenance of all cleaning equipment and supplies; thoroughly cleans and sanitizes bathrooms within the facility including toilets, sinks, and floors. Ensures timely replenishment of soap and paper products. High school diploma or GED required. 1-3 years of experience in Environmental Services preferred. Applicant must have knowledge of Environmental Service,PPE,Floor care(stripping and waxing).

Record # 5512
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 4/7/2014
Program: Residential Services - Lang/Alcott
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - Thursday, Friday, Saturday 3pm -10/11pm, Sunday 7am - 3pm, Monday 12pm to 9pm
Requirements:  The Youth Care Professional (YCP) Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5511
Position: CARE MANAGER
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 4/4/2014
Program: Health Homes/Customized Services
Location: Syracuse, NY
Hours: Relief ( hours vary may include evenings and/or weekends)
Requirements:  The Care Manager has responsibility for working as a lead member of the care team using principles of assessment, care planning, service and community referrals, and evaluation to coordinate wraparound services using person centered strategies for referred participants. This is a new position/program for Hillside. The caseload will be up to 50 active cases. Care Manager Responsibilities are, but not limited to: Responding to all referrals and begins outreach and engagement. Identifies ways to research and successfully find individuals that have been referred for Health Home services. The Care Manager screens, assesses and, as required, performs assigned daily on-call phone triage and walk-in support to assigned participant. Provides supportive counseling and care management service to develop comprehensive care plan in collaboration with the participant and identified community agencies, as well as develop an individualized crisis plan. Effectively identifies and uses available resources using current knowledge and awareness of agency and community services, and assumes an influential role in building recommended service options The Care Manager will find necessary resources and gather information from a variety of sources including multiple providers. Acts as an advocate and broker for clients in making referrals to agency services and community programs, and supports linkage. Uses knowledge, personal influence and persuasion to encourage and facilitate connection of participants and their families with continuing care services. Uses Person Center Planning strategies and build support team.Establishes and maintains productive working relationships with community service providers to facilitate effective referrals and service evaluation. Connects all of an individual’s care givers so that the needs of an individual are met in a comprehensive manner to support the objective of wellness.Maintains required contact with participant and their families and conducts support team and/or family meetings. The Case Manager serves as a liaison between the program and other internal and external resources.Works flexible hours, including evenings as determined by client needs and effectively evaluates and responds to client needs outside normal service hours.Maintains and updates all necessary records, forms, reports and summaries in client files according to agency/funders standards.Facilitates, when appropriate, transportation for youth to and from services and other community services to facilitate youth’s ability to access services. If needed, may personally provide transportation. Participates in staff meetings, in-service training and team building activities.Performs and assumes other responsibilities as assigned. High School Diploma required, Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or related preferred. At least 2 years of Human Services experience with youth and families required. Applicants must have a valid New York State driver’s license and must agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5508
Position: SKILLBUILDER I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 4/4/2014
Program: Customized Services
Location: Syracuse, NY
Hours: Part Time- hours varying 2pm-7:30pm and/or 3pm-8pm
Requirements:  Under regular supervision and direction, the Skill Builder I performs functions that assist in the care and treatment of youth and families and assisting youth to develop life and social skills in a community based setting and in establishing a safe physical and emotional environment for youth and families in care. The Skill Builder I recognizes differentiating youth/families behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and executes such plans aimed at assisting youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Skill Builder I is responsible for managing /youth/families activities within an individual or group dynamic, assuring the safety of the youth/families assigned, and applying appropriate emergency and crisis intervention principles and techniques. The Skill Builder I will pro-actively maintain current knowledge of the youth/families emotional/behavior status, assesses the effectiveness of service plans, and supports youth/families interactions with family and local community. Skill Builder I shall provide life skills and social skills training for /youth/families, use verbal de escalation skills as required and shall act as a mandated reporter of child abuse and/or neglect. High School Diploma/GED and 1-2 years of experience working with youth required. Bachelor's degree preferred. Candidates must have the ability to engage youth/families in trust-based relationships, have well developed skills as an advocate for youth/families and be an effective communicator (written and verbal). Candidates must have flexibility in their schedule. Valid NY State Driver's License required. Candidates must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5510
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Crestwood Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 4/4/2014
Program: Residential Services- Olympia
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Full Time- 40 Hours- Thursday- Monday OVERNIGHTS
Requirements:  The Youth Care Professional (YCP) Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5506
Position: CARE MANAGER (2 OPENINGS)
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 4/3/2014
Program: Health Homes/Customized Services
Location: Syracuse, NY
Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - Some evening and weekend hours.
Requirements:  The Care Manager has responsibility for working as a lead member of the care team using principles of assessment, care planning, service and community referrals, and evaluation to coordinate wraparound services using person centered strategies for referred participants. This is a new position/program for Hillside. The caseload will be up to 50 active cases. Care Manager Responsibilities are, but not limited to: • Responds to all referrals and begins outreach and engagement. Identifies ways to research and successfully find individuals that have been referred for Health Home services. The Care Manager screens, assesses and, as required, performs assigned daily on-call phone triage and walk-in support to assigned participant. • Provides supportive counseling and care management service to develop comprehensive care plan in collaboration with the participant and identified community agencies, as well as develop an individualized crisis plan. • Effectively identifies and uses available resources using current knowledge and awareness of agency and community services, and assumes an influential role in building recommended service options The Care Manager will find necessary resources and gather information from a variety of sources including multiple providers. • Acts as an advocate and broker for clients in making referrals to agency services and community programs, and supports linkage. • uses knowledge, personal influence and persuasion to encourage and facilitate connection of participants and their families with continuing care services. Uses Person Center Planning strategies and build support team. • Establishes and maintains productive working relationships with community service providers to facilitate effective referrals and service evaluation. Connects all of an individual’s care givers so that the needs of an individual are met in a comprehensive manner to support the objective of wellness. • Maintains required contact with participant and their families and conducts support team and/or family meetings. The Case Manager serves as a liaison between the program and other internal and external resources. • Works flexible hours, including evenings as determined by client needs and effectively evaluates and responds to client needs outside normal service hours. • Maintains and updates all necessary records, forms, reports and summaries in client files according to agency/funders standards. • Facilitates, when appropriate, transportation for youth to and from services and other community services to facilitate youth’s ability to access services. If needed, may personally provide transportation. • Participates in staff meetings, in-service training and team building activities. • Performs and assumes other responsibilities as assigned. High School Diploma required, Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or related preferred. At least 2 years of Human Services experience with youth and families required. Applicants must have a valid New York State driver’s license and must agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5507
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 4/3/2014
Program: Residential Services- Vela Unit
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full Time- 40 Hours- Wednesday-Sunday
Requirements:  The Youth Care Professional (YCP) Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5505
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 4/3/2014
Program: Critical Care- Zeus
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours; overnights 12am -8am
Requirements:  The Youth Care Professional (YCP) Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5504
Position: CARE COORDINATOR II
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 4/1/2014
Program: Bridges to Health
Location: Syracuse, NY - Southern Tier - Broome, Cortland, Tompkins, Tioga, and Chenango.
Hours: Part Time - 20 hours - Monday - Friday - 9am to 5pm
Requirements:  *This person will work in Broome, Tioga, Cortland, Chenango and Tompkins areas. The Care Coordinator II has primary responsibility for the child’s health care coordination and administration of the Individual Health Plan. The Care Coordinator II (CC II) provides the service of Health Care Integration, the OCFS Bridges to Health Waiver service through which the Individualized Health Plan (IHP) is created and managed. The Health Care Integrator will assess the need for services, develop and update the IHP, link the child and family/care giver to the identified services. They will also consult with the child and care giver on the appropriate provision of services, stabilize the environment for the child and care giver, and advocate for the child’s needs, coordinate team meetings, coordinate the constellation of services and providers to meet specific needs of each enrolled child; and participate in overall quality management of B2H Waiver Program. The preferred qualifications for an CC II are a master’s degree in social work, psychology, or other related field, or to be licensed as a qualified Health Care Practitioner, a Registered Nurse, or a Special Education teacher and a minimum of one year of experience providing service coordination and information, linkages, and referrals for community-based services to children with special needs, individuals with disabilities, or seniors. The minimum qualifications for an CC II are a bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, or other related field; and four years of experience providing service coordination. This position requires an independent self-starter who is able to work from home. NYS Driver’s License required. Candidates must meet the agencies driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5503
Position: TEACHER I- SPECIAL EDUCATION
Affiliate: Snell Farm Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 4/1/2014
Program: Campus School
Location: Bath, NY
Hours: Full Time- 40 Hours- Monday-Friday 7:30am-3:30pm
Requirements:  Under the general direction of the Principal or other education leader, the Teacher I – Special Education is responsible for providing a success-oriented learning and/or skill-building experience for designated students. The Teacher I – Special Education participates in the development and implementation of the general and/or individualized education program appropriate to the developmental needs of the student, through appropriate assessment, testing, direct observation and a review of the relevant records. This position would effectively evaluate the student’s individual education plan through individual and/or group learning experiences. This position demonstrates specialized knowledge and a strong understanding of various instructional techniques and differentiates instruction to meet the varied learning styles and needs of students. The Teacher I – Special Education is knowledgeable about state and local education standards to assure that education delivered meets all requirements and seeks clarification as needed. This position facilitates student success by demonstrating the ability to provide appropriate expectations and boundaries that promote and maintain a safe environment conducive to learning. The Teacher I – Special Education recognizes and addresses aggressive student behavior and is trained and proficient in behavior management and Therapeutic Crisis Intervention techniques, including the use of physical intervention (holds). The Teacher I – Special Education is an involved member of treatment teams demonstrating cooperation with team members and others in order to facilitate positive and efficient outcomes. This position maintains all required record keeping to meet individual education plans and regulatory requirements, as well as attends meetings as required and is a willing participant in new initiatives and team activities. The Teacher I – Special Education effectively works with a wide range of ages/grades, performs diagnosis and assessment of learning characteristics and develops appropriate instructional techniques to achieve desired outcomes. Bachelor's degree required, Master's degree preferred. NYS Certified Teacher (Special Education) with 1 year of experience required. Candidates must have valid NY State Driver's License and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5500
Position: ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 3/31/2014
Program: Residential Services
Location: Auburn, NY
Hours: Full Time- 40 Hours- Sunday-Thursday (7-3 and/or 3-11 shifts)
Requirements:  The Assistant Supervisor - Residential supervises Youth Care Professionals in the performance of their daily responsibilities. The Assistant Supervisor - Residential is part of the direct care employees schedule and generally performs the duties of a Youth Care Professional a considerable portion of time. The Assistant Supervisor - Residential supports HFA’s Philosophy of Care and works to remove systemic barriers to ensure implementation. With the Supervisor – Residential, the Assistant Supervisor - Residential typically has responsibility for up to 15 employees and up to 15 clients. The Assistant Supervisor - Residential * Supervises unit employees in the implementation of treatment goals and objectives. * Oversees employees schedules to ensure adequate coverage and oversees client schedules to ensure they are well organized and well communicated. * Ensures a safe and sanitary physical plan. * Handles emergency situations which may require flexibility of both time and area assignment. * May be required to assume the responsibility of the Supervisor – Residential in his/her absence. * Performs all YCP functions as required. H.S. Diploma required, Bachelor's degree preferred. 2-3 years direct care work in a Residential setting required, 1 year experience required with a Bachelor’s degree. Valid NYS Driver's License required. Candidates must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5502
Position: CARE COORDINATOR II
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 3/31/2014
Program: Bridges to Health
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Full Time- 40 Hours ( varying days, weekends, and on call)
Requirements:  The Care Coordinator II (CC II) is responsible for the delivery of quality psycho-social care to youth/family in a community based setting. This position works with Clinicians and other care providers to assure overall needs of the client are met. The position may be assigned to lead projects and mentor Care Coordinator I’s as assigned. The CC II works as a team member in assessing a youth/family’s needs and is responsible for developing, assessing and modifying the individual service plan in collaboration with the youth/family and multi-disciplinary treatment team. As a key team member, the CC II is actively involved in the implementation of a strength-based service plan including site/home visits and assessments, identifying and coordinating collateral resources, recognizing gaps and needs, assessing results and communication with youth/family and treatment team. Bachelor's degree in social work/psychology or equivalent required. 3-5 years’ experience with youth/family centered mental health/psycho-social treatment. Candidates must have thorough knowledge of services provided, well developed advocacy skills, an understanding of payment processes for services and must develop, maintain and utilize a thorough knowledge regulatory knowledge. Candidates must have a valid New York State Driver's License and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5499
Position: DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 3/31/2014
Program: Developmental Disabilities Services- Lake Road
Location: Webster, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours; evenings
Requirements:  The Direct Support Professional I (DSP I) performs functions that assist in the care and treatment of children/youth and families and assisting children/youth to develop life and social skills in OPWDD and IRA settings, and in establishing a safe physical and emotional environment for children/youth and families in care. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The DSP I continually demonstrates the emotional confidence and good judgment required to build productive, engaged children/youth/family relationships while implementing required rules and routines. Ensures the safety of the children/youth assigned and is thoroughly aware of all procedures relating to emergencies. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education, is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Applicant must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Candidates must have a valid NYS driver's license and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5496
Position: SPECIALIST II - HWSC
Affiliate: Hillside Work Scholarship Connection
Region: Monroe
Date: 3/31/2014
Program: Hillside Work Scholarship Connection
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - Monday - Friday - 8am to 4pm, occasional evenings
Requirements:  The Specialist II is responsible for assisting 7th through 12th graders enrolled in Hillside Work Scholarship Connection (HW-SC) to make a smooth transition from high school to college, vocational training or military career post high school graduation. The Specialist II may continue to provide mentoring and other support services as needed for up to two years after high school. Job Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Using an interaction-based understating of HW-SC student competencies and college/career/military planning, the Specialist II is responsible for the development of student-customized activities and actions required to assure an appropriate post-secondary placement. Works in collaboration with the Youth Advocates and students to thoroughly understand post-secondary interests in his/her assigned region; develops and conducts post-secondary activities at school or central locations that are aligned with student interests. Partners with Team Managers to develop post-secondary activity schedules for each school. • Coordinates / facilitates all Post-Secondary Planning Services (PSPS) activities for students in grades 7 through 12 in assigned region. In collaboration with the Youth Advocate, builds relationships with students in assigned region to promote student attendance and active participation in PSPS activities. The Specialist II develops and presents college / vocational / military career information in a way that engages and encourages student interaction. • Effectively manages groups of students who attend after school PSPS activities. The Specialist II accomplishes this through creative use of rules, engaging participants, and ensuring activities capture HW-SC’s student’s interest and foster group interaction and increase teamwork. This position helps students to voice frustrations in a positive manner when things don’t go their way. This position coordinates transportation needs for students engaging in HW-SC college, vocational and military exploration activities and events. • Coordinates college visits with local colleges and universities and aligns programming with school/community resources as appropriate, including transportation. • Assists students and parents/guardians with the college application process (financial aid forms, college applications, scholarship forms). Acts as a liaison between students and appropriate offices at colleges (i.e. financial aid, housing, HEOP, student affairs, admissions, etc.), HFA and Wegmans’ Scholarship office. • Tracks and accurately records students attendance / participation in PSPS activities in HW-SC. Enters student efforts into ETO; ensures data entry is completed prior to established deadlines. Verifies college enrollment through National Student Clearinghouse • Project Management of each school year and summer programming relating to PSPS activities and events Associates degree in Human Services, Psychology, Youth Development, Career Development or related area of study with 4 years of relevant experience working with youth and their families. Bachelor’s degree with 2 years’ experience preferred. Knowledge of college admissions/scholarship/financial aid processes required. Experience with project management, developing presentations/presenting information to youth and families and managing groups of youth gathered for programming activities required. Valid, unrestricted NYS Driver’s License; ability to meet Hillside Family of Agencies driving and insurance standards. Ability to secure school district clearance as required.

Record # 5498
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 3/31/2014
Program: DAS TP- Alps Unit
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours; Wednesday through Sunday with 1 morning shift and 4 evenings (3-11pm)
Requirements:  The Youth Care Professional (YCP) Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet

Record # 5501
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 3/31/2014
Program: Residential Services- Sunnyside Walden
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Full Time- 40 Hours- Thursday-Monday
Requirements:  The Youth Care Professional (YCP) Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5495
Position: INTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY- 1:1 AIDE
Affiliate: Snell Farm Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 3/28/2014
Program: Campus School
Location: Bath, NY
Hours: Full Time- 35 Hours- Monday-Friday 8:15am-3:15pm
Requirements:  The 1:1 Aide provides direct individual educational support and behavioral assistance to a child/youth requiring a higher level of care than a 6:1:1. The 1:1 Aide provides the treatment team with information about assigned student in order to help develop teaching plans. The 1:1 Aide assists in the development of instructional resources, and helps assigned student to use these resources. The 1:1 Aide develops, updates, and maintains applicable clinical and school records for assigned student and routinely interacts with assigned student, their family, and external contacts and represents the agency with professionalism, tact, and cultural sensitivity. The 1:1 Aide utilizes experience, education, age-specific knowledge and cultural competence in order to assist assigned student in achieving positive and successful outcomes. The 1:1 Aide works cooperatively with other services providers and educators in the delivery of services. High School Diploma required, Bachelors degree preferred. One or more years’ experience working in a classroom, or related therapeutic experience working with youth/children preferred.

Record # 5493
Position: PRINCIPAL
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 3/28/2014
Program: Andrews Trahey Campus School
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Full Time - 40 hours
Requirements:  The School Principal is responsible for providing leadership in a therapeutic education setting including oversight of the day to day operations of the Andrew’s Trahey campus school. This position is responsible for successfully meeting all targeted established goals and objectives; e.g., increasing student attendance, improving and documenting students’ academic performance, working collaboratively with academic and clinical staff members and creating an overall effective learning organization. The right fit for this position will have direct management of assigned school personnel; oversight and direct management of all instructional matters, compliance issues, the school budget, integration of behavioral support and discipline. This position will have supervision and evaluation of all teachers, school-based managers and other staff as assigned at the Andrew’s Trahey campus school. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Responsible for assuring that the school attains and maintains all regulatory requirements, including required filings, records maintenance and finders standards. Must be technology savvy and ensures all student data is maintained and current. • Assures all instruction and curricula are presented to students utilizing sound pedagogical practices, facilitating the highest possible education and vocational outcomes for students, with regulatory guidance. • Evaluates and provides ongoing feedback to teachers and other school staff aimed at assuring high quality education and instruction. • Serves as instructional coach, recommending programmatic methods and guidance. Aware of and appropriately accesses internal and community resources in support of school needs. • Has ultimate responsibility for behavioral standards at the school and addresses behavior shortfalls as outlined by SED, OMH, OCFS and/or OPWDD. • Is the CSE Chair for students. Purposefully builds meaningful relationships with families and residential units in order to facilitate school success for students. • Oversees all administrative aspects of the school, including scheduling, student/practice teacher programs, building use and maintenance, counseling and guidance and availability of required in-service and training opportunities for staff. Master’s degree in Special Education, NYS Teaching and Administrative/School Principal Certification required. Applicants must have a minimum of 3 years of experience in Administration. 3 year experience as a School Principal preferred. Middle school or high school administration experience preferred. Applicants must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5491
Position: SKILLBUILDER I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 3/27/2014
Program: Therapeutic Foster Care
Location: Cuba, NY
Hours: Part Time - 20 hour
Requirements:  Under regular supervision and direction, the Skill Builder I performs functions that assist in the care and treatment of youth and families and assisting youth to develop life and social skills in a community based setting and in establishing a safe physical and emotional environment for youth and families in care. The Skill Builder I recognizes differentiating youth/families behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and executes such plans aimed at assisting youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Skill Builder I is responsible for managing /youth/families activities within an individual or group dynamic, assuring the safety of the youth/families assigned, and applying appropriate emergency and crisis intervention principles and techniques. The Skill Builder I will pro-actively maintain current knowledge of the youth/families emotional/behavior status, assesses the effectiveness of service plans, and supports youth/families interactions with family and local community. Skill Builder I shall provide life skills and social skills training for /youth/families, use verbal de escalation skills as required and shall act as a mandated reporter of child abuse and/or neglect. High School Diploma/GED and 1-2 years of experience working with youth required. Bachelor's degree preferred. Candidates must have the ability to engage youth/families in trust-based relationships, have well developed skills as an advocate for youth/families and be an effective communicator (written and verbal). Candidates must have flexibility in their schedule. Valid NY State Driver's License required. Candidates must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5488
Position: CARE COORDINATOR II
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 3/26/2014
Program: Bridges to Health
Location: Jamestown, NY
Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - Monday - Friday
Requirements:  The Care Coordinator II has primary responsibility for the child’s health care coordination and administration of the Individual Health Plan. The Care Coordinator II (CC II) provides the service of Health Care Integration, the OCFS Bridges to Health Waiver service through which the Individualized Health Plan (IHP) is created and managed. The Health Care Integrator will assess the need for services, develop and update the IHP, link the child and family/care giver to the identified services. They will also consult with the child and care giver on the appropriate provision of services, stabilize the environment for the child and care giver, and advocate for the child’s needs, coordinate team meetings, coordinate the constellation of services and providers to meet specific needs of each enrolled child; and participate in overall quality management of B2H Waiver Program. The preferred qualifications for an CC II are a master’s degree in social work, psychology, or other related field, or to be licensed as a qualified Health Care Practitioner, a Registered Nurse, or a Special Education teacher and a minimum of one year of experience providing service coordination and information, linkages, and referrals for community-based services to children with special needs, individuals with disabilities, or seniors. The minimum qualifications for an CC II are a bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, or other related field; and four years of experience providing service coordination. This position requires an independent self-starter who is able to work from home. NYS Driver’s License required. Candidates must meet the agencies driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5489
Position: CARE MANAGER
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 3/26/2014
Program: Health Homes
Location: Cuba, NY
Hours: Part Time - 20 hours - flexible schedule
Requirements:  The Care Manager has responsibility for working as a lead member of the care team using principles of assessment, care planning, service and community referrals, and evaluation to coordinate wraparound services using person centered strategies for referred participants. This is a new position/program for Hillside. The caseload will be up to 50 active cases. Care Manager responsibilities are, but not limited to: • Responds to all referrals and begins outreach and engagement. Identifies ways to research and successfully find individuals that have been referred for Health Home services. The Care Manager screens, assesses and, as required, performs assigned daily on-call phone triage and walk-in support to assigned participant. • Provides supportive counseling and care management service to develop comprehensive care plan in collaboration with the participant and identified community agencies, as well as develop an individualized crisis plan. • Effectively identifies and uses available resources using current knowledge and awareness of agency and community services, and assumes an influential role in building recommended service options The Care Manager will find necessary resources and gather information from a variety of sources including multiple providers. • Acts as an advocate and broker for clients in making referrals to agency services and community programs, and supports linkage. • uses knowledge, personal influence and persuasion to encourage and facilitate connection of participants and their families with continuing care services. Uses Person Center Planning strategies and build support team. • Establishes and maintains productive working relationships with community service providers to facilitate effective referrals and service evaluation. Connects all of an individual’s care givers so that the needs of an individual are met in a comprehensive manner to support the objective of wellness. • Maintains required contact with participant and their families and conducts support team and/or family meetings. The Case Manager serves as a liaison between the program and other internal and external resources. • Works flexible hours, including evenings as determined by client needs and effectively evaluates and responds to client needs outside normal service hours. • Maintains and updates all necessary records, forms, reports and summaries in client files according to agency/funders standards. • Facilitates, when appropriate, transportation for youth to and from services and other community services to facilitate youth’s ability to access services. If needed, may personally provide transportation. • Participates in staff meetings, in-service training and team building activities. • Performs and assumes other responsibilities as assigned. High School Diploma required, Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or related preferred. At least 2 years of Human Services experience with youth and families required. Applicants must have a valid New York State driver’s license and must agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5128
Position: 1:1 AIDE
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 3/25/2014
Program: Education
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full time- 35 hours; Monday through Friday 7:45-2:45 p.m.
Requirements:  The 1:1 Aide provides direct individual educational support and behavioral assistance to a child/youth requiring a higher level of care than a 6:1:1. The 1:1 Aide provides the treatment team with information about assigned student in order to help develop teaching plans. The 1:1 Aide assists in the development of instructional resources, and helps assigned student to use these resources. The 1:1 Aide develops, updates, and maintains applicable clinical and school records for assigned student and routinely interacts with assigned student, their family, and external contacts and represents the agency with professionalism, tact, and cultural sensitivity. The 1:1 Aide utilizes experience, education, age-specific knowledge and cultural competence in order to assist assigned student in achieving positive and successful outcomes. The 1:1 Aide works cooperatively with other services providers and educators in the delivery of services. High School Diploma required, Bachelors degree preferred. One or more years’ experience working in a classroom, or related therapeutic experience working with youth/children preferred.

Record # 5486
Position: DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 3/24/2014
Program: Developmental Disabilities Services - Hogan Road
Location: Fairport, NY
Hours: Full time- 30 hours; Overnights, Thursday through Saturday 11pm-9am
Requirements:  The Direct Support Professional I (DSP I) performs functions that assist in the care and treatment of children/youth and families and assisting children/youth to develop life and social skills in OPWDD and IRA settings, and in establishing a safe physical and emotional environment for children/youth and families in care. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The DSP I continually demonstrates the emotional confidence and good judgment required to build productive, engaged children/youth/family relationships while implementing required rules and routines. Ensures the safety of the children/youth assigned and is thoroughly aware of all procedures relating to emergencies. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education, is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Applicant must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Candidates must have a valid NYS driver's license and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5483
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 3/24/2014
Program: Specialized- Pegasus
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours; overnights 12am -8am
Requirements:  The Youth Care Professional (YCP) Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5484
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 3/24/2014
Program: Specialized- Pegasus
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours; 3-11 Wednesday through Sunday
Requirements:  The Youth Care Professional (YCP) Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5477
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 3/21/2014
Program: Specialized Program- Atlas Unit
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full Time- 40 hours Saturday-Wednesday- Evenings 3pm-11pm
Requirements:  The Youth Care Professional (YCP) Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5471
Position: INTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY- YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 3/19/2014
Program: Residential Services- Owasco Unit
Location: Auburn, NY
Hours: Full Time- 40 Hours- Tuesday-Saturday
Requirements:  The Youth Care Professional (YCP) Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5474
Position: REGISTERED NURSE I
Affiliate: Crestwood Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 3/19/2014
Program: Residential Services
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Full Time- 40 Hours Monday-Friday Overnights-11pm-7:30am
Requirements:  The Registered Nurse is responsible for the evaluation and delivery of quality health care services to children and youth. The Registered Nurse works to maintain high standards of quality both individually and in concert with the rest of the Hillside Nursing staff. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Performs assessments on clients with illness, injury, or health related/psychological concerns. Reports any significant finding to the appropriate medical provider and guardian, when appropriate. Carries out the prescribed intervention. • Transcribes all information accurately and efficiently and carries out orders for treatment as medically prescribed. • Administers medication safely, accurately and per best practice, NYS and agency guidelines. Is attentive in monitoring for any adverse effects. • Effectively triages phone calls regarding health related concerns of clients. • Supports the other members of the nursing team to assure quality care is delivered in an effective and timely manner. • Oversees and supervises care provided by the LPN and other health office staff. • Provides assessments, monitoring and care to the youth in the event of a physical restraint. Follows all regulatory requirements for managing restraint. • Administers first aid during emergency situations and coordinates patient care until EMS arrives or the youth is transported to an emergency department. • Routinely interacts with clients, families and external contacts and represents the agency with professionalism, tact and cultural sensitivity. • Maintains accurate documentation and progress notes for medical records and assures that it is completed in a timely manner. • Knows and adheres to all applicable safety regulations, including precautions and hazardous material safety rules. • Consults and coordinates with treatment team providers such as the MD, NP, and Clinician, as well as others as applicable to assure continuity and quality of care. • Assures that the mental health and physical health needs of each child/youth are met in a timely and efficient manner. Associates or Bachelor's degree from an accredited Nursing Program and NYS license as a Registered Nurse required. A minimum of 1 year experience as a Registered Nurse. Candidates must have a valid New York State Driver's License and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5469
Position: CARE COORDINATOR II
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 3/18/2014
Program: Bridges to Health
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Full Time- 40 hours- must be available weekends/ on call
Requirements:  The Care Coordinator II (CC II) is responsible for the delivery of quality psycho-social care to youth/family in a community based setting. This position works with Clinicians and other care providers to assure overall needs of the client are met. The position may be assigned to lead projects and mentor Care Coordinator I’s as assigned. The CC II works as a team member in assessing a youth/families needs and is responsible for developing, assessing and modifying the individual service plan in collaboration with the youth/family and multi-disciplinary treatment team. As a key team member, the CC II is actively involved in the implementation of a strength-based service plan including site/home visits and assessments, identifying and coordinating collateral resources, recognizing gaps and needs, assessing results and communication with youth/family and treatment team. Bachelor's degree in social work/psychology or equivalent required. 3-5 years experience with youth/family centered mental health/psycho-social treatment. Candidates must have thorough knowledge of services provided, well developed advocacy skills, an understanding of payment processes for services and must develop, maintain and utilize a thorough knowledge regulatory knowledge. Candidates must have a valid New York State Driver's License and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5468
Position: DRIVER
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 3/18/2014
Program: DAS and DAS-TP- Residential Services
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Relief- days and hours vary based on agency needs
Requirements:  The Driver is responsible for the safe and timely transportation of youth in residential care to home visits and medical appointments. Transportation includes driving travel to/from New York City in a Hillside vehicle. The Driver will be accompanied by a Hillside staff member. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: providing safe and timely transportation to home visits and medical appointments, maintaining accurate record of actual transportation by student name and pick-up and drop-off times, maintaining vehicle appearance and maintenance to present professional and clean environment, communicating any issues or concerns to managements in a timely manner, and providing a positive environment for youth at all times. The Driver demonstrates driving knowledge of the region, ability of navigate both expressway systems and inner city neighborhoods, demonstrates ability to utilize a GPS and map to determine locations needed to execute a safe transportation route, including when detour is required, and demonstrates ability to ensure passenger safety, including reminders for passenger safety restraints and door locks. High School or GED required. Candidates must have a valid, unrestricted driver’s license and must meet agency driving standards. Preferred candidate will have 1-3 years of experience driving in metro areas and experience working with youth.

Record # 5467
Position: SKILLBUILDER I or III
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 3/18/2014
Program: Customized Services
Location: Mt. Morris, NY
Hours: Part Time with possibility to go Full Time - 20-40 hours
Requirements:  This position could be filled as a level I or III, based on qualifications of the applicant. Under regular supervision and direction, the Skill Builder I will perform functions of preventive servicing to parents who are at risk of their children being placed in DSS care or are seeking reunification with their children. The position entails delivering parenting services with the use of “Common Sense Parenting” and “Coached Visitation” to provide the necessary skill training and oversight of implementing those skills in the home and during their visitation. In addition the Skillbuilder provides supportive services to the parents to assist them in developing life and social skills in a community based setting and in establishing a safe physical and emotional environment for youth and families in their home. An understanding of mental health diagnosis and treatment, domestic violence, substance abuse is essential to the position. Skillbuilder I will be required to demonstrate engagement skills as well as leveraging and managing good relationships with County Caseworkers. The Skill Builder I will recognize differentiating family behaviors, participate within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, provide family assessments and executes such plans aimed at assisting families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Skill Builder I is responsible for managing families activities within an individual or group dynamic, assuring the safety of the youth/families assigned, and applying appropriate emergency and crisis intervention principles and techniques. The Skill Builder I will pro-actively maintain current knowledge of the families emotional/behavior status, assesses the effectiveness of service plans, and supports families interactions with supportive services and with the county caseworkers. Skill Builder I shall provide Common Sense training as a skill for families, use verbal de escalation skills as required and shall act as a mandated reporter of child abuse and/or neglect. Bachelors Degree and 1-2 years of experience working with youth/families required. Candidates must have the ability to engage youth/families in trust-based relationships, have well developed skills as an advocate for youth/families and be an effective communicator (written and verbal). Candidates must have flexibility in their schedule. Valid NY State Driver's License required. Candidates must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5464
Position: FAMILY ADVOCATE I OR II
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 3/17/2014
Program: GLOW Family Support
Location: Rochester, NY (Monroe County)
Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - Must be flexible and able to work days, nights and weekends
Requirements:  ***Applicants must be a parent or Primary Care Giver of a child with special with Mental Health challenges and or Developmental Disabilities. ***This position will require the staff to work for both Crestwood Children's Center and The Villa of Hope (20 hours for Crestwood and 20 hours for The Villa of Hope). The staff will be housed at Crestwood and be a Hillside employee. Under the supervision and general direction of the assigned manager, the Family Advocate I provides outreach, information, referrals, and advocacy services and helps to coordinate family support services for families of children with special needs. The Family Advocate I: • Provide emotional support to the family through telephone and face to face meetings. • Meet program specific billable service requirements (as appropriate). • Meet documentation requirements in a timely manner per program guidelines. • Provide family support as needed. • Coach families how to advocate for themselves. • Facilitates/co-facilitates meetings with families in the home or at the agency. • Advocate for families active in service. • Help family find ways to meet basic needs of food, clothing, shelter, safety, and health. • Assist the family in identifying parenting skills which could be strengthened and provide role modeling of these skills. • At point of intake, help family assess their own resources for services needed, i.e. respite, transportation, child care. • Acts as an advocate in identifying and accessing community services and resources for families. • Help family identify gaps in services needed and assist in planning to eliminate gap. • With family identify strengths upon which to build a foundation of improved communication and coping skill. • Meet regularly with Clinician to coordinate and discuss treatment plan related to family functioning. • Attend CSE or community services meetings with family, advocating for them as necessary • Assists family in developing natural and community resources to meet their continuing care needs. • Works flexible hours as determined by families needs. (This may include evenings and weekends as determined by needs of service). • Assists individuals and families in crisis. Applicants must be a parent or Primary Care Giver of a child with special with Mental Health challenges and or Developmental Disabilities. Applicants must have experience in navigating systems (general or special education, court, specialized therapies, etc.) to obtain services for their child/family; has supported/assisted other families in obtaining assistance. High School Diploma required.

Record # 3452
Position: DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 3/14/2014
Program: Developmental Disabilities Services
Location: Buffalo, (Chestnut Ridge, Strickler Rd., Abbott Rd IRA's )
Hours: Relief - Days and Hours vary
Requirements:  Under regular supervision and direction, the Direct Support Professional I (DSP I) performs functions that assist in the care and treatment of children/youth and families and assisting children/youth to develop life and social skills in Office of People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) and Individualized Residential Alternative (IRA) settings and in establishing a safe physical and emotional environment for children/youth and families in care. The DSP I recognizes differentiating children/youth/families behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The DSP I is responsible for managing children/youth/families activities within an individual or group dynamic, assuring the safety of the children/youth/families(s) assigned, and applying appropriate emergency and crisis intervention principles and techniques. High School with 1-2 years of experience required. Bachelors Degree in Psychology or Human Services Preferred. Candidate must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5092
Position: DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 3/14/2014
Program: Developmental Disabilities Services
Location: Rochester area
Hours: Relief- days and hours vary based on agency needs
Requirements:  The Direct Support Professional I (DSP I) performs functions that assist in the care and treatment of children/youth and families and assisting children/youth to develop life and social skills in OPWDD and IRA settings, and in establishing a safe physical and emotional environment for children/youth and families in care. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The DSP I continually demonstrates the emotional confidence and good judgment required to build productive, engaged children/youth/family relationships while implementing required rules and routines. Ensures the safety of the children/youth assigned and is thoroughly aware of all procedures relating to emergencies. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education, is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Applicant must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Candidates must have a valid NYS driver's license and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5462
Position: DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 3/14/2014
Program: Developmental Disabilities Services- Chestnut Ridge
Location: Orchard Park, NY
Hours: Part time - 20 hours; 4pm-9pm Thursday and Friday and Sat 12pm-10pm
Requirements:  The Direct Support Professional I (DSP I) performs functions that assist in the care and treatment of children/youth and families and assisting children/youth to develop life and social skills in OPWDD and IRA settings, and in establishing a safe physical and emotional environment for children/youth and families in care. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The DSP I continually demonstrates the emotional confidence and good judgment required to build productive, engaged children/youth/family relationships while implementing required rules and routines. Ensures the safety of the children/youth assigned and is thoroughly aware of all procedures relating to emergencies. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education, is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Applicant must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Candidates must have a valid NYS driver's license and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5257
Position: ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES WORKER
Affiliate: Hillside Service Solutions
Region: Central
Date: 3/14/2014
Program: Environmental Services
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Relief; days and hours vary based on agency needs
Requirements:  Under the general supervision of the Environmental Services Supervisor, performs all duties of Environmental Services. Completes assigned work daily. Responsible for cleanliness and sanitation of the complete facility. General cleaning, floor care, carpet care, windows, dusting and trash removal. Responsibilities include assuring windows are cleaned and maintained, strips and waxes facility floors, vacuums facility carpets, performs periodic carpet cleaning and extraction as needed. Performs discharge cleaning, dusts all surfaces; this involves both high and low dusting. Empties trash bin and removes trash and recyclables; ensures maintenance of all cleaning equipment and supplies; thoroughly cleans and sanitizes bathrooms within the facility including toilets, sinks, and floors. Ensures timely replenishment of soap and paper products. High school diploma or GED required. 1-3 years of experience in Environmental Services preferred.

Record # 5293
Position: ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES WORKER
Affiliate: Hillside Service Solutions
Region: Monroe
Date: 3/14/2014
Program: HSS
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Relief- days and hours vary based on agency needs
Requirements:  This is a Relief position; incumbents will be assigned to various Rochester-based campuses based on agency needs. Under the general supervision of the Environmental Services Supervisor, performs all duties of Environmental Services. Completes assigned work daily. Responsible for cleanliness and sanitation of the complete facility. General cleaning, floor care, carpet care, windows, dusting and trash removal. Responsibilities include assuring windows are cleaned and maintained, strips and waxes facility floors, vacuums facility carpets, performs periodic carpet cleaning and extraction as needed. Performs discharge cleaning, dusts all surfaces; this involves both high and low dusting. Empties trash bin and removes trash and recyclables; ensures maintenance of all cleaning equipment and supplies; thoroughly cleans and sanitizes bathrooms within the facility including toilets, sinks, and floors. Ensures timely replenishment of soap and paper products. High school diploma or GED required. 1-3 years of experience in Environmental Services preferred.

Record # 4296
Position: OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 3/14/2014
Program: Varick Campus School
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours
Requirements:  Occupational Therapist or Occupational Therapy Assistant Provide OT services to students at the Varick Residential School. The OT or COTA is responsible for providing OT services to students at the campus school. Responsibilities (under supervision of OT-R for OT-A): Create and implement therapeutic... View Full Description treatments, including school remediation, sensory modulation, gross & fine motor skills to match student abilities. OT-R’s complete initial evaluations and both OT/OTA complete revaluations. Manage Caseload responsibilities such as obtaining Physician’s OT prescriptions, weekly progress notes and IEP goal development, implementation and evaluation. AAS, BS or MS Degree in Education required as per Title. NYS Certification in Occupational Therapy or Occupational Therapy Assistant. Must be able to work with multi disciplinary teams to deliver services to students with one or more of the following: emotional, learning and/or developmental disabilities as well as children with Autism spectrum and behavior disorders. Must meet agency driving standards.

Record # 4534
Position: TEACHER I - SUBSTITUTE
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 3/14/2014
Program: Campus School
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Per Diem - Substitute - Days vary based on agency needs
Requirements:  Responsible for providing a success-oriented learning and/or skills-building experience for designated students. Participates in the development and implementation of the general and/or individualized education program appropriate to the developmental needs of the student, through appropriate assessment, testing, direct observation and a review of the relevant records. The position effectively evaluates the student’s individual education plan through individual and/or group learning experiences and demonstrates specialized knowledge and a strong understanding of various instructional techniques and differentiates instruction to meet the varied learning styles and needs of students. The Teacher I – Substitute is knowledgeable about state and local education standards to assure that education delivered meets all requirements and seeks clarification as needed. This position facilitates student success by demonstrating the ability to provide appropriate expectations and boundaries that promote and maintain a safe environment conducive to learning. The Teacher I - Substitute is an involved member of treatment teams demonstrating cooperation with team members and others in order to facilitate positive and efficient outcomes and maintains all required record keeping to meet individual education plans and regulatory requirements. Bachelor's degree required, Master's preferred. NYS Certification required. Student Teaching/Internship and/or prior teaching experience preferred. Candidates must have a valid NY State Driver's License and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 4993
Position: TEACHING ASSISTANT I. BEHAVIOR SUPPORT
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 3/14/2014
Program: Education
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Relief; days/hours vary based on program needs
Requirements:  The Teaching Assistant I – Behavioral Support Specialist works under close supervision in performing functions that assist in the treatment and care of children/youth. Works with individual students or groups of students requiring special instruction, and works with the classroom teacher to identify information about specific students in order to develop appropriate teaching plans and learning experiences for students. Effectively plans for prevention and management of crises by therapeutic crisis intervention techniques, which may include including emergency physical intervention techniques in accordance with agency policy; maintains appropriate affect regulation. Provides direct classroom instruction in the event of the teacher's absence. High school diploma is required, Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education preferred. NYS or eligibility for certification as a teaching assistant required. Experience working in a classroom or related therapeutic experience with children / youth required. Candidates must have a valid New York State Driver's License and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 3633
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 3/14/2014
Program: Varick Campus- Residential Services
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Relief - Days and Hours May Vary
Requirements:  Provides daily care and supervision to youth in a residential setting. Demonstrate skills that promote a safe physical and emotional environment. Provide positive adult role modeling/ mentoring and set appropriate limits for youth. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Must be highly motivated and be able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Requirements: High School Diploma, GED or Associate's Degree in Psychology, Sociology, Criminal Justice, Human Services or related field and experience working with children and families required. Bachelor's degree preferred. Experience working with children with emotional challenges and developmental disabilities preferred. Valid NYS driver's License, with less than 10 pts., held for a minimum of one year and reliable transportation is required. Ability to work weekend shifts as needed is required.

Record # 5459
Position: YOUTH MENTOR
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 3/14/2014
Program: Youth Mentor Services
Location: Syracuse, NY
Hours: 5 hours per week - based on youth, family and program needs.
Requirements:  The primary responsibility of this position is to serve as a peer mentor, positive role model and advocate and support to youth and young adults currently receiving services in Central Region. The Youth Mentor will assist youth in achieving their goals and living healthy, self-directed lives. The role involves connecting with youth while working with a team in order to identify, advocate and act as a liaison between youth and other professionals and community natural supports. The Youth Mentor must be at least 18 years old and have (1) personal life experience in child serving systems (juvenile justice, mental health, child welfare, and education) and (2) the ability to positively and appropriately self-disclose regarding that experience. Local travel as required. Works with teams to assist youth in identifying and coordinating services, community resources and natural supports, which would include the following responsibilities: • Educate and model for youth how to advocate for their needs, have a voice & choice in matters related to their lives • Be a resource on youth transition and how to navigate the system • Orient youth to the Wrap process • Help youth identify goals for their plan of care • Assist youth in engaging in the own planning process and self-advocacy • Create partnership with youth and professionals to help meet their needs • Complete all required paperwork in a timely manner • Act as a consultant on Wrap teams • Attend supervision and team meetings • Meet with youth 1:1, in small groups and meetings • Co- facilitate skill-building groups and trainings for youth and staff Skills necessary to obtain the job o Personal life experience in child serving systems (juvenile justice, behavioral/mental health, child welfare, and drug & alcohol, etc.), and the ability to positively and appropriately self-disclose regarding that experience o Flexible and adaptive o Demonstrates an awareness and sensitivity to cultural, physical and social variations. o Ability to independently meet commitments and take responsibility for own actions; recognizes, identifies and corrects errors/omissions o Respects the ambiguity of self-disclosure and youth/family confidentiality requirements. o Ability to build productive relationships across groups o Leads by example o Being open-minded, creative, and have problem solving skills o Good writing and verbal skills o Familiar with youth and family systems o Familiar with youth and family dynamics/relations o Ability to set and follow a schedule o Must successfully complete required training in the time line identified. Education and Experience High School Diploma or equivalent preferred. 1 Year work or volunteer experience preferred.

Record # 5458
Position: CARE COORDINATOR I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 3/12/2014
Program: Service Integration
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Relief- including weekends, evenings, and overnights
Requirements:  Looking for an energetic, highly motivated individual to work in the fast paced 24 / 7 environment of the Service Integration Triage Department. Candidate must be willing to work overnights and weekends. Responsible for responding to emergency calls from current youth and families, foster families and community providers and triaging these calls appropriately. Knowledge of Hillside Family of Agencies and the different services provided as well as community resources. Responsible for completing the agency census and various data reports. Bachelor's degree in social work/psychology or equivalent is required. 1-3 years’ experience in youth/family centered mental health/psycho-social treatment required. Candidates must have thorough knowledge of services provided, well developed advocacy skills, an understanding of payment processes for services and must develop, maintain and utilize a thorough knowledge regulatory knowledge. Candidates must have a valid New York State Driver's License and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5455
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 3/12/2014
Program: DAS TP- Alps Unit
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours; flexible days with 3-4 afternoon shifts and 1-2 morning shifts
Requirements:  The Youth Care Professional I, performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5456
Position: INTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY- YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Chilidren's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 3/11/2014
Program: Special Services
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Full Time- 40 hours- 11pm-7am ( 5 overnights work week)
Requirements:  The Youth Care Professional (YCP) Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5450
Position: SKILLBUILDER I or III
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 3/10/2014
Program: NIGLOW Waiver
Location: Lockport, NY (Niagara, Genesee, Livingston, Orleans and Wyoming Counties)
Hours: Part Time - 20-25 hours - afternoon, evenings and weekends
Requirements:  Under regular supervision and direction, the Skill Builder I performs functions that assist in the care and treatment of youth and families and assisting youth to develop life and social skills in a community based setting and in establishing a safe physical and emotional environment for youth and families in care. The Skill Builder I recognizes differentiating youth/families behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and executes such plans aimed at assisting youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Skill Builder I is responsible for managing /youth/families activities within an individual or group dynamic, assuring the safety of the youth/families assigned, and applying appropriate emergency and crisis intervention principles and techniques. The Skill Builder I will pro-actively maintain current knowledge of the youth/families emotional/behavior status, assesses the effectiveness of service plans, and supports youth/families interactions with family and local community. Skill Builder I shall provide life skills and social skills training for /youth/families, use verbal de escalation skills as required and shall act as a mandated reporter of child abuse and/or neglect. High School Diploma/GED and 1-2 years of experience working with youth required. Bachelor's degree preferred. Candidates must have the ability to engage youth/families in trust-based relationships, have well developed skills as an advocate for youth/families and be an effective communicator (written and verbal). Candidates must have flexibility in their schedule. Valid NY State Driver's License required. Candidates must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5452
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 3/10/2014
Program: Specialized- Orion
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours; Saturday through Wednesday 3-11
Requirements:  The Youth Care Professional I, performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5453
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 3/10/2014
Program: DAS TP- Catskills
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours; Saturday through Wednesday 2-10, 3-11, and 7-3 shifts
Requirements:  The Youth Care Professional I, performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5448
Position: TEACHER I- BUSINESS AND TECNOLOGY
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 3/6/2014
Program: Education
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours; Monday through Friday 7:30-3:30
Requirements:  Under the general direction of the Principal, the Teacher, Technology is responsible for providing a success-oriented learning and/or skills-building experience for designated students. Performs the full scope of the job, Permanent or Professional certification required. Essential Functions: • Participates in the development and implementation of the general and/or individualized education program appropriate to the developmental needs of the student, through appropriate assessment, testing, direct observation and a review of the relevant records. • Effectively implements the student’s individual education plan through individual and/or group learning experiences. • Demonstrates specialized knowledge and a strong understanding of various instructional techniques and differentiates instruction to meet the varied learning styles and needs of students. • Knowledgeable about state and local education standards to assure that education delivered meets all requirements and seeks clarification as needed. • facilitates student success by demonstrating the ability to provide appropriate expectations and boundaries that promote and maintain a safe environment conducive to learning. • Recognizes and addresses aggressive student behavior and is trained and proficient in behavior management and Therapeutic Crisis Intervention techniques, including the use of physical intervention (holds). • Effectively works with a wide range of ages/grades and utilizes their expertise and experience with career and vocational studies, computers and other technologies to achieve desired outcomes. • Is an involved member of treatment teams demonstrating cooperation with team members and others in order to facilitate positive and efficient outcomes. • Maintains all required recordkeeping to meet individual education plans and regulatory requirements. • Encourages reasonable goals for student performance and assists students with preparation for transition. • Effectively leads, utilizes and works with the teaching assistant to facilitate a collaborative working relationship to support students in the learning process. Master’s degree required. NYS Certified Teacher with a certification in Technology required. Minimum of 1 year student teaching/internships and prior teaching experience required. Applicants must have a valid NYS driver’s license and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5442
Position: INTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY - TEACHING ASSISTANT I – BEHAVIOR SUPPORT SPECIALIST
Affiliate: Crestwood Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 3/4/2014
Program: Early Education Center
Location: Rochester, NY (Scottsville Rd.)
Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - Monday - Friday - 8am to 4pm
Requirements:  The Teaching Assistant I – Behavioral Support Specialist works under close supervision in performing functions that assist in the treatment and care of children/youth. Works with individual students or groups of students requiring special instruction, and works with the classroom teacher to identify information about specific students in order to develop appropriate teaching plans and learning experiences for students. Effectively plans for prevention and management of crises by therapeutic crisis intervention techniques, which may include including emergency physical intervention techniques in accordance with agency policy; maintains appropriate affect regulation. Provides direct classroom instruction in the event of the teacher's absence. High school diploma is required, Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education preferred. NYS or eligibility for certification as a teaching assistant required. Experience working in a classroom or related therapeutic experience with children / youth required. Candidates must have a valid New York State Driver's License and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5443
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 3/4/2014
Program: Specialized- Pegasus Unit
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full Time- 40 Hours- Saturday - Wednesday- 3pm-11pm
Requirements:  The Youth Care Professional I, performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 4835
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I - OVERNIGHTS
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 3/4/2014
Program: Juvenile Justice Services - Northaven
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - Thursday - Monday - 11pm-7am OVERNIGHTS
Requirements:  Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Candidates must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Applicant must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5436
Position: CLINICAL MANAGER
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 3/3/2014
Program: Specialized
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours; Monday through Friday 9-5
Requirements:  The Clinical Manager works under the leadership and direction of the Program Manager ensuring the delivery of quality clinical services to clients and their families by providing clinical guidance and supervision to program employees. The Clinical Manager typically has responsibility for: a minimum of 4 direct reports; up to 120 clients; multiple disciplines; and meeting specific utilization targets. The Clinical Manager will provide oversight for the clinical content of treatment plans and provide direct clinical supervision to assigned employees. This position will work closely with our Strategy and Quality team in reviewing audit reports to ensure documentation is accurate and will consistently communicate with funders in efforts to maintain positive relationships. The Clinical Manager will keep up to date with effective treatment intervention, will provide on-call coverage for crisis and may provide some direct service and support to families as required. Master's degree required in Social Work, Mental Health or related field. Candidates must hold license related to degree (LCSW, LMFT, LMHC, LCAT, or Licensed PHD Psychologist). LCSW preferred. Five years of experience required, including Supervisory/Management experience. Valid NY State Driver's License required. Candidates must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5433
Position: NURSE- LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 2/28/2014
Program: Nursing
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours; evenings
Requirements:  The LPN is responsible for the delivery of health care services to children/youth in the residential or school setting under the direction of a Registered Nurse. Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Completes documentation, progress notes clearly, accurately, and timely meeting professional and agency standards. • Observes, measures, records, documents, and reports data on children with illness, injury, or medical/psychological concerns to the RN and other members of the clinical team in order for interventions to be planned. • Administers medications safely and accurately and per medication policy. Reports any unusual responses to a medication to the RN immediately. • May obtain heights, weights, and vital sign checks as well as other tasks as directed by the RN (ex.: EKG). Maintains the written record and reports any significant changes or deviations from the norm to the supervising RN. • Orders and maintains inventory of all stock medications and medical supplies. • Administers basic first aid in emergency situations. • Attends and participates in all staff meetings. • Is able to assist in transport of client to necessary scheduled medical appointments • Has the ability to navigate current Microsoft and Excel programs and provide data entry. High School or equivalent diploma and LPN license from an accredited program required. Minimum of 1 year experience required. New York State Driver's License required. Candidates must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5431
Position: INTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY - TEACHING ASSISTANT I - BEHAVIORAL SUPPORT SPECIALIST
Affiliate: Crestwood Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 2/27/2014
Program: Early Education Center
Location: Rochester, NY (Scottsville Rd.)
Hours: Full Time- 40 Hours- Monday-Friday 8am-4pm
Requirements:  The Teaching Assistant I – Behavioral Support Specialist works under close supervision in performing functions that assist in the treatment and care of children/youth. Works with individual students or groups of students requiring special instruction, and works with the classroom teacher to identify information about specific students in order to develop appropriate teaching plans and learning experiences for students. Effectively plans for prevention and management of crises by therapeutic crisis intervention techniques, which may include including emergency physical intervention techniques in accordance with agency policy; maintains appropriate affect regulation. Provides direct classroom instruction in the event of the teacher's absence. High school diploma is required, Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education preferred. NYS or eligibility for certification as a teaching assistant required. Experience working in a classroom or related therapeutic experience with children / youth required. Candidates must have a valid New York State Driver's License and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5432
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 2/27/2014
Program: Diagnostic- Vela
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours; Wed 1p-12p, Thurs - Saturday 3p-11p, Sun 7a-3p
Requirements:  The Youth Care Professional (YCP) performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. As a YCP you will demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Applicants must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Applicants must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5430
Position: 1:1 AIDE
Affiliate: Crestwood Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 2/26/2014
Program: Early Childhood Center
Location: Rochester, NY (Scotttsville Road)
Hours: Full Time -33.75 hours Monday- Friday
Requirements:  The 1:1 Aide provides direct individual educational support and behavioral assistance to a child/youth requiring a higher level of care than a 6:1:1. The 1:1 Aide provides the treatment team with information about assigned student in order to help develop teaching plans. The 1:1 Aide assists in the development of instructional resources, and helps assigned student to use these resources. The 1:1 Aide develops, updates, and maintains applicable clinical and school records for assigned student and routinely interacts with assigned student, their family, and external contacts and represents the agency with professionalism, tact, and cultural sensitivity. The 1:1 Aide utilizes experience, education, age-specific knowledge and cultural competence in order to assist assigned student in achieving positive and successful outcomes. The 1:1 Aide works cooperatively with other services providers and educators in the delivery of services. High School Diploma required, Bachelors degree preferred. One or more years’ experience working in a classroom, or related therapeutic experience working with youth/children preferred.

Record # 5429
Position: DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
Affiliate: Hillside Work Scholarship Connection
Region: Maryland
Date: 2/26/2014
Program: Hillside Work Scholarship Connection
Location: Maryland (Prince George's County)
Hours: Full Time- 40 Hours
Requirements:  The Director of Operations is responsible for the effective delivery of HW-SC core model services on a day-to-day basis and ensuring fidelity to the model. The Operations Director supports the Regional Director in achieving regional performance objectives. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: •Partners with Regional Executive Director to develop and implement strategies to meet the vision. Uses data and environmental considerations to validate regional targets are met. •Partners with local leadership team to develop, implement and measure the impact of year round programming for HW-SC students; programming to include after school, summer, and family engagement activities. Liaise with centralized services to assure continuity. •Provides leadership guidance and develops regional staff to ensure students and families receive consistent, high quality services. Benchmarks with peers to share best practices; provides support for regional activities (e.g. attends senior celebrations to show support/build camaraderie). Celebrates staff successes/program successes. •Manages local Jobs Institute and College Transition staff to establish and obtain goals for YETA training, employment with a HW-SC employment partner, and post high school college enrollment/career transition. Sets expectations for local support staff to achieve board expectations related to employment, college, and post high school career placements. Ensures his/her leadership team (Zone Manager, Team Supervisor) advocates to drive participation by students meeting eligibility criteria (e.g. AAA standards for YETA). Manages local support teams on ways to improve performance against goals. •Oversees data collection initiatives including fidelity to ETO. •Support cultivation and relationship management of new Employer Partners in support of regional growth forecasts. •In absence of Regional Executive Director, final review and approval of completed grant applications. Monitors progress against grants received to ensure HW-SC successfully executes and closes all awards. •In support of the Regional Executive Director, builds and manages strong relationships with key organizations and community leaders to support and achieve core program objectives. Cultivates partnerships and relationships with, school district leadership and principals, corporate partners, civic organizations, parents and other organizations as appropriate. Supports a high level of visibility and leadership presence for HW-SC in his/her assigned region. Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Management, or relevant field and 6-8 years of experience with youth development, Education system, Cultural Diversity, Program Development, Budgeting, Strategic planning, Project Management, Human Resource management, Grant writing, Human Services administration, Quality planning and improvement, and staff development. Master’s degree with 9-12 years of experience preferred. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5427
Position: NURSE - REGISTERED NURSE I - CAMP NURSE
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 2/25/2014
Program: Camp of Possibilities
Location: Rochester, NY (Lehigh Station Rd.)
Hours: Full Time - 30-32 hours - 8/9am - 3pm June 30, 2014 - August 22, 2014
Requirements:  This position is a TEMPORARY SUMMER POSITION working with the Camp of Possibilities program. The Registered Nurse is responsible for the evaluation and delivery of quality health care services to children and youth. The Registered Nurse works to maintain high standards of quality both individually and in concert with the rest of the Hillside Nursing staff. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Performs assessments on clients with illness, injury, or health related/psychological concerns. Reports any significant finding to the appropriate medical provider and guardian, when appropriate. Carries out the prescribed intervention. • Transcribes all information accurately and efficiently and carries out orders for treatment as medically prescribed. • Administers medication safely, accurately and per best practice, NYS and agency guidelines. Is attentive in monitoring for any adverse effects. • Effectively triages phone calls regarding health related concerns of clients. • Supports the other members of the nursing team to assure quality care is delivered in an effective and timely manner. • Oversees and supervises care provided by the LPN and other health office staff. • Provides assessments, monitoring and care to the youth in the event of a physical restraint. Follows all regulatory requirements for managing restraint. • Administers first aid during emergency situations and coordinates patient care until EMS arrives or the youth is transported to an emergency department. • Routinely interacts with clients, families and external contacts and represents the agency with professionalism, tact and cultural sensitivity. • Maintains accurate documentation and progress notes for medical records and assures that it is completed in a timely manner. • Knows and adheres to all applicable safety regulations, including precautions and hazardous material safety rules. • Consults and coordinates with treatment team providers such as the MD, NP, and Clinician, as well as others as applicable to assure continuity and quality of care. • Assures that the mental health and physical health needs of each child/youth are met in a timely and efficient manner. Associates or Bachelor's degree from an accredited Nursing Program and NYS license as a Registered Nurse required. A minimum of 1 year experience as a Registered Nurse. Applicants must like the outdoors! Candidates must have a valid New York State Driver's License and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5426
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 2/25/2014
Program: Critical Care- Zeus
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours; Wednesday through Sunday 3-11pm
Requirements:  Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5425
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL III
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 2/25/2014
Program: Residential Services - Sunnyside/Emerson
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Full Time - 40 hours
Requirements:  Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Candidates must demonstrate skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. The YCP III serves as a role model for Youth Care Professionals. YCP III continuously develops skills to improve outcomes, and is an adept communicator at all levels, recognizing issues and situations that require notification and communications to other. Completes all assigned responsibilities including all required written and verbal documentation, reports, and log entries and administrative tasks as required. This position may oversee the paperwork of others. Performs all job requirements with independence; has demonstrated an ability to organize and deliver more complex training; depended upon for resolution of more complex problems/issues; may perform supervisory functions, mentoring and training, and shift charge responsibilities as assigned. High school diploma/GED with 2 years’ experience or Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education, along with 1 year of experience required. Excellent verbal and written skills required. CPR certification or equivalent is required; if not satisfied at hire, may be obtained within 60 days of hire. Candidates must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Candidates must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Applicant must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Candidates must have a valid NYS driver's license and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 3953
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 2/21/2014
Program: GROW
Location: Auburn, NY
Hours: Relief
Requirements:  Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education, or 1-2 years of experience, is required. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Candidates must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Candidates must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Applicant must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Candidates must have a valid NYS driver's license and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5414
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 2/19/2014
Program: DAS TP- Adirondacks Unit
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full Time- 40 hours- Wednesday- Sunday
Requirements:  The Youth Care Professional (YCP) performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. As a YCP you will demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Applicants must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Applicants must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5413
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I- OVERNIGHTS
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 2/19/2014
Program: Grow
Location: Auburn, NY
Hours: Full Time- 40 hours- Wednesday-Sunday
Requirements:  The Youth Care Professional (YCP) performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. As a YCP you will demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Applicants must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Applicants must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5407
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 2/14/2014
Program: Critical Care- Athena
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full Time- 40 Hours- Wednesday-Sunday- Evenings 3pm-11pm
Requirements:  YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5323
Position: PSYCHIATRIC NURSE PRACTICTIONER
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 2/10/2014
Program: Medical Services
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full time
Requirements:  Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Analyzes and evaluates patient data, behavior or test findings to diagnose nature or extent of mental disorder and to assess treatments. Initiates referrals for neurological and other specialist consultations including psychological testing as needed. Collaborates with physicians, psychologists, social workers, psychiatrist, or other professionals to discuss treatment plans and progress. Attends and participates in staff and treatment meetings, provides consultation to the treatment team about clinical issues, and participates in agency committees or work groups as deemed appropriate. Communicates clearly and accurately with clients, visitors, and colleagues displaying friendly, helpful behavior. Uses judgment and tact especially when communicating sensitive information. Displays sensitivity to the needs of clients, visitors and colleagues treating everyone with consideration, courtesy and respect. Assists in the education of patients, family members and staff about mental health and medical conditions, preventive health measures, medications, or treatment plans. Provides psychopharmacology consultation and intervention, including prescription of psychotropic and relevant pediatric medications. Evaluates the effectiveness of prescribed medication while considering potential negative side effects. Completes all documentation regarding all assessments in a timely and competent manner. Knows and adheres to all federal, state, and local statutes, regulatory agency standards, and Hillside Family of Agency policies. Master's degree in Psychiatric Nursing required. NP licensure/certification - Licensed to practice in the State of New York. NYS Driver's License and ability to meet agency driving and insurance standards required.

Record # 5398
Position: SUPERVISOR- RESIDENTIAL
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 2/7/2014
Program: DAS TP- Andes Unit
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours; Sundays and Mondays off; including 2 evening shifts and one weekend
Requirements:  Under the supervision and guidance of the Unit Manager – Residential, the Supervisor - Residential is responsible for the quality of the therapeutic milieu and the performance of the Youth Care Professionals. Coaches and mentors Assistant Supervisors and YCP’s Professionals in order to meet the needs of the clients. Is responsible for the efficiency of day to day operations of the unit, including scheduling employees, hiring, training, regulatory compliance (OCFS, OPWD, OMH, JJS, COA, CMS, etc.) and safety of youth, families and employees. Communicates, supports and links HFA mission, vision, values, goals, and strategies to everyday work and establishes clear, meaningful, challenging, and attainable objectives and expectations that are aligned with those of the organization. Under the direction of the Unit Manager, the Supervisor is responsible for the administration of Human Resource related functions for assigned employees according to HFA policy and guidelines to include hiring, termination, performance evaluation and management, employee development, employee discipline/corrective action and employee compensation. Aligns the right work with the right people; delegates tasks according to people’s strengths and interests. Ensures employees have the skills and resources to be successful. Provides employees with coaching, training and opportunities for growth to improve their skills. Treats employees fairly and consistently. Shares accountability when delegating and involves employees in setting their performance goals. Bachelor’s degree and 3-5 years of experience in a residential setting, preferably with Hillside Family of Agencies. 2 years of supervisory experience in a residential setting is preferred. Equivalent combination of education and experience could be considered. Candidates must have a valid NY State Driver's License and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5382
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 1/31/2014
Program: DAS TP - Catskills Unit
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - 4 evening shifts (3pm to 11pm) and 1 day shift (7am to 3pm)
Requirements:  Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5367
Position: 1:1 AIDE (3 OPENINGS)
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 1/29/2014
Program: Andrews Trahey Campus School
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Full Time - 35 hours - Monday - Friday
Requirements:  The 1:1 Aide provides direct individual educational support and behavioral assistance to a child/youth requiring a higher level of care than a 6:1:1. The 1:1 Aide provides the treatment team with information about assigned student in order to help develop teaching plans. The 1:1 Aide assists in the development of instructional resources, and helps assigned student to use these resources. The 1:1 Aide develops, updates, and maintains applicable clinical and school records for assigned student and routinely interacts with assigned student, their family, and external contacts and represents the agency with professionalism, tact, and cultural sensitivity. The 1:1 Aide utilizes experience, education, age-specific knowledge and cultural competence in order to assist assigned student in achieving positive and successful outcomes. The 1:1 Aide works cooperatively with other services providers and educators in the delivery of services. High School Diploma required, Bachelors degree preferred. One or more years’ experience working in a classroom, or related therapeutic experience working with youth/children preferred.

Record # 5366
Position: 1:1 AIDE (2 OPENINGS)
Affiliate: Crestwood Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 1/28/2014
Program: Education
Location: Rochester, NY (Scottsville Rd.)
Hours: Full Time - 33.75 hours - Monday - Friday - 8:15am to 3pm
Requirements:  The 1:1 Aide provides direct individual educational support and behavioral assistance to a child/youth requiring a higher level of care than a 6:1:1. The 1:1 Aide provides the treatment team with information about assigned student in order to help develop teaching plans. The 1:1 Aide assists in the development of instructional resources, and helps assigned student to use these resources. The 1:1 Aide develops, updates, and maintains applicable clinical and school records for assigned student and routinely interacts with assigned student, their family, and external contacts and represents the agency with professionalism, tact, and cultural sensitivity. The 1:1 Aide utilizes experience, education, age-specific knowledge and cultural competence in order to assist assigned student in achieving positive and successful outcomes. The 1:1 Aide works cooperatively with other services providers and educators in the delivery of services. High School Diploma required, Bachelors degree preferred. One or more years’ experience working in a classroom, or related therapeutic experience working with youth/children preferred.

Record # 5364
Position: TEACHER I - SPEECH
Affiliate: Snell Farm Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 1/28/2014
Program: Campus School
Location: Bath, NY
Hours: Part Time - 24 hours - Monday - Friday - 7:30am to 3:30pm
Requirements:  Under the general direction of the Principal, the Teacher I – Speech is responsible for providing a success-oriented learning and/or skills-building experience for designated students. Job Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Participates in the development and implementation of the general and/or individualized education program appropriate to the developmental needs of the student, through appropriate assessment, testing, direct observation and a review of the relevant records. Effectively evaluates the student’s individual education plan through individual and/or group learning experiences. Demonstrates specialized knowledge and a strong understanding of various instructional techniques and differentiates instruction to meet the varied learning styles and needs of students. Knowledgeable about state and local education standards to assure that education delivered meets all requirements and seeks clarification as needed. Facilitates student success by demonstrating the ability to provide appropriate expectations and boundaries that promote and maintain a safe environment conducive to learning. Recognizes and addresses aggressive student behavior and is trained and proficient in behavior management and Therapeutic Crisis Intervention techniques, including the use of physical intervention (holds). Involved member of treatment teams demonstrating cooperation with team members and others in order to facilitate positive and efficient outcomes. Maintains all required record keeping to meet individual education plans and regulatory requirements. Attends meetings as required and is a willing participant in new initiatives and team activities. Encourages reasonable goals for student performance and assists students with preparation for transition. Effectively leads, utilizes and works with the teaching assistant to facilitate a collaborative working relationship to support students in the learning process. Effectively works with a wide range of ages/grades, utilizes expertise in assessment and remediation of speech and language disabilities and develops appropriate instructional techniques to achieve desired outcomes Bachelor's degree required, Master's preferred. NYS Certified Teacher with Certification in Speech and/or Speech Pathology required. Preference grades 7-12. Ability to screen, test and administer Speech and Language Components. This is a 12 month position with part-time benefits. Candidates must have a NYS Driver's License and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5358
Position: SKILLBUILDER I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 1/24/2014
Program: Bridges to Health
Location: Buffalo, NY
Hours: Part Time - 20 hours - Thursday - Sunday - evenings
Requirements:  The rightFIT for this position will work primarily with male adolescences and teenagers, who are diagnosed as Serious Emotionally Disturbed, Medically fragile, or developmentally disabled. This individual must demonstrate skills that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. The Waiver Service Provider (Skill builder I) will interacts with clients and families in a variety of settings including biological, pre-adoptive and foster homes, and neighborhood, community and group care settings. The Wavier Service provider will provide waiver services to youth and family such as skill building, Family Caregiver Supports, and Planned Respite. The majority of the work schedule will be evenings; however, incumbent may need to work occasional weekends or split shifts as required by services needs. High School Diploma/GED and 1-2 years of experience working with youth required. Bachelor's degree preferred. Clean driving record, own transportation and insurance commensurate with Agency requirements.

Record # 5354
Position: HUMAN RESOURCE GENERALIST
Affiliate: Hillside Family of Agencies
Region: Maryland
Date: 1/17/2014
Program: Human Resources
Location: Prince George County, Maryland
Hours: Full time- 40 hours
Requirements:  Prince George’s County HR Generalist The HR Generalist provides guidance to leaders on attracting great employees and building a work environment characterized by warmth, respect, and success. The HR Generalist will help employees connect with HROD Centers of Excellence as needed, and collaborate with all to support effective local recruiting initiatives, on-boarding processes, and the retention and growth of team members. The HR Generalist will also support the alignment of individual efforts with organizational priorities, and help people realize their potential through leadership and organizational development initiatives. The HR Generalist position is based in Prince George’s County, MD; and, will report to the Director of HR Partnerships and serve as part of the local management team. Key responsibilities: • With HROD Centers of Excellence, partner with leaders on the development and implementation of large-scale initiatives in the areas of employee acquisition, engagement and retention, learning and development, and other growth and organization effectiveness initiatives. • Support evolving agency and program goals through implementation of supporting practices including performance and talent management programs. • Collaborate in the design and ensure HR policies and procedures are understood and adhered to; partner with HROD colleagues to evolve these where needed. • Monitor and ensure Hillside’s Open Door Policy is followed, ensuring all employees feel heard. • Provide human resources guidance to employees and advice to management within scope of position; identifies and actively responds with sensitivity and appropriate sense of urgency to the needs of all employees. • Provide guidance regarding employee relations issues; investigate a variety of employee-related issues, incidents and complaints, resolves disputes and recommends appropriate/remedial action(s). • Leverage data from multiple sources to improve individual, team, and affiliate performance. • Assist in the development of programs or initiatives related to human capital issues. • Collaborate and provide connection for local on-boarding and compliance activities with leaders. • Conduct activities which support HFA/HW-SC as an “employer brand” in Prince George’s County; including job fairs, outreach and networking with potential talent pools, talent recruitment activities and pre-screens. • Up to 50% travel between Prince George’s County and New York (Rochester/Syracuse/Buffalo areas) is expected • Other duties as assigned. Qualifications: • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources Management, Organization Development, Business Administration or equivalent. • 5+ years direct HR Generalist/Partner experience required, including employee relations, conflict resolution, employee coaching at all levels, interpreting and applying HR policies, organizational development, and ensuring adherence to employment laws and standards. • Committed to continuous employee relations improvement. • Open and responsive to change and will thrive in a fast-paced high-growth environment. • Broad knowledge of HR products and services. • Knowledge of management principles including planning and organizing, resource management, and people management. • Experience successfully demonstrating the application of project management and problem solving skills to improve a process or address a need. • Ability to handle sensitive, complex, and confidential information. • Experience delivering adult learning activities. Preferred: • Additional experience in other functional areas of HR. • Familiarity or experience with implementing and refining promising or evidence-based youth development/human services practices. • HRIS skill, especially in Oracle. • Experience in an environment of centralized and/or outsourced transactional HR functions. Hillside Family of Agencies offers flexible scheduling options, excellent salary and benefits packages including medical, and 403(b) with employer matching contributions, generous PTO, 9 holidays, and more!

Record # 5329
Position: YOUTH ADVOCATE II
Affiliate: Hillside Work Scholarship Connection
Region: Maryland
Date: 1/8/2014
Program: Hillside Work Scholarship Connection
Location: Maryland (Prince George's County)
Hours: Full Time - 40 hours
Requirements:  The Youth Advocate II (YA) works independently (solo) at a school location to provide support and mentoring services to assigned youth in the Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection program. YA II's utilize best practices from youth development models to assist students in achieving positive academic outcomes including high school graduation, attaining life skills and an employment experience. YA II's support the development of good habits that enable students to successfully transition from high school to college or the workplace post-graduation. YA II's build and sustain strong relationships with school principals, administrators and teachers to ensure program fidelity between Team Manager visits. Essential Functions include (but are not limited to): • Meets weekly with students enrolled on his/her case-load in the academic environment to review grades, attendance, social skills, and future plans. Teaches student strategies for becoming self-sufficient (juggling school, work, friends; planning for college). • Develops strong relationships with students and their families to understand home issues that might impede school, work, and post-secondary success. Provides referrals to community support services as necessary. • Completes monthly family interactions through home visits and/or phone calls to ensure that parents and/or guardians are informed of, and in agreement with the service goals established for their child. • Connects and builds strong relationships with school based personnel (Principals, Administrators, teachers, Support Center Staff). • Partners with core subject teachers and school counselors to ensure students on their case-load come to class on-time and prepared to learn. • Works with student on his/her case-load and their family (parents/guardian) to develop an Individualized Graduation Plan (IGP); uses the IGP as a guide to gauge student progress. Works with assigned students and their family to revise their IGP's bi-annually. • Reviews student’s academic progress weekly; connects students who have GPA's below 2.0 (C) and/or a 69% (D) or lower in a core subject with tutoring services. • Assists seniors on his/her caseload planning to attend college develop a transition plan; monitors student progress against the plan during weekly meetings, tracks plan progress in ETO. • Facilitates all evidence based course work, service learning projects, and social-life activities (i.e. pre-employment readiness training, evidence based course work facilitation, etc.) at his/her assigned location. • Provides transportation services (using personal vehicle and/or agency vans) for HW-SC students attending tutoring services, enrichment activities, and field trips. Bachelor's degree in Human Services, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology or related field with a minimum of 1 year relevant experience working with youth and their families in a urban setting required. Excellent written and verbal skills a must for accurate data reporting. Bilingual in Spanish is a plus. Applicants must have a valid driver's license and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5331
Position: NURSE - ASSISTANT NURSE MANAGER
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 1/7/2014
Program: Nursing
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours; Monday through Friday evenings
Requirements:  The Assistant Nurse Manager is responsible for assisting the Nurse Manager in directing health care services and staff in order to ensure the delivery of quality health services to children/youth, in addition to their primary job responsibility,. The Assistant Nurse Manager functions as the Nurse Manager in the Nurse Managers absence. • Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Conducts quality assurance reviews for nursing systems and nursing staff. • Provided ongoing supervision, feedback and training to nursing staff. • Develops performance objective and conducts performance reviews for nursing/health staff as delegated by the Nurse Manager • Performs all clinical functions of an RN. • Assures the health care provided to the youth in care is in compliance with all regulatory mandates and procedures. • Understands and assists with the development of all health care service delivery systems. • Monitors and responds to client movement, including referral, admissions, health care and discharge. • Interacts with clients, families, and external contacts and represents the agency with professionalism, tact and cultural sensitivity. Associates or Bachelor's degree from an accredited Nursing Program and NYS license as a Registered Nurse required. A minimum of 2 year experience as a Registered Nurse. 3-5 years : pediatric experience ; supervisory/management experience preferred. CPR and NYAS approved course in infection control required. Applicants must have a valid New York State Driver’s license and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5144
Position: SKILLBUILDER III
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 12/20/2013
Program: Bridges to Health
Location: Buffalo, NY
Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - days, evenings and weekends - varis based on scheduling needs
Requirements:  The incumbent will work primarily with male adolescences and teenagers, who are diagnosed as Serious Emotionally Disturbed, Medically fragile, or Developmentally disabled. This individual must demonstrate skills that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. The Skill builder III will interact with clients and families in a variety of settings including biological, pre-adoptive and foster homes, and neighborhood, community and group care settings. The Skillbuilder will provide waiver services to youth and family such as Skill Building, Family Caregiver Supports, and Planned Respite. The majority of the work schedule will be evenings; however, incumbent may need to work occasional weekends or split shifts as required by service’s needs. Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Sociology, Human Services or related field plus 2 year of experience with children and families required. Clean driving record, own transportation and insurance commensurate with Agency requirements.

Record # 2912
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Snell Farm Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 12/20/2013
Program: Snell Farm Children's Center - Residential Services
Location: Bath, NY
Hours: PER DIEM/RELIEF - Multiple Openings - Applicants must be generally available mornings, evenings and weekends
Requirements:  We have mulitple openings for Per Diem Youth Care Professional I. The Youth Care Professional I performs functions related to the care and treatment and instruction of children, and other assigned housekeeping duties and responsibilities. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Bachelor's degree preferred in related field. (Human Services, Psychology) HS Diploma/GED required. 1-3 years prior experience working with youth with emotional challenges and special needs in a residential setting preferred. Prior experience teaching skills utilizing 4H is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Candidates must have a valid NYS Driver's License and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5305
Position: NURSE - REGISTERED NURSE I
Affiliate: Crestwood Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 12/19/2013
Program: Nursing Services
Location: Rochester, NY (Scottsville Rd.)
Hours: Part Time - 24 hours - 7am to 3:30pm Monday - Friday (Flexible on the days) with possible weekend if needed
Requirements:  The Registered Nurse is responsible for the evaluation and delivery of quality health care services to children and youth. The Registered Nurse works to maintain high standards of quality both individually and in concert with the rest of the Hillside Nursing staff. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Performs assessments on clients with illness, injury, or health related/psychological concerns. Reports any significant finding to the appropriate medical provider and guardian, when appropriate. Carries out the prescribed intervention. • Transcribes all information accurately and efficiently and carries out orders for treatment as medically prescribed. • Administers medication safely, accurately and per best practice, NYS and agency guidelines. Is attentive in monitoring for any adverse effects. • Effectively triages phone calls regarding health related concerns of clients. • Supports the other members of the nursing team to assure quality care is delivered in an effective and timely manner. • Oversees and supervises care provided by the LPN and other health office staff. • Provides assessments, monitoring and care to the youth in the event of a physical restraint. Follows all regulatory requirements for managing restraint. • Administers first aid during emergency situations and coordinates patient care until EMS arrives or the youth is transported to an emergency department. • Routinely interacts with clients, families and external contacts and represents the agency with professionalism, tact and cultural sensitivity. • Maintains accurate documentation and progress notes for medical records and assures that it is completed in a timely manner. • Knows and adheres to all applicable safety regulations, including precautions and hazardous material safety rules. • Consults and coordinates with treatment team providers such as the MD, NP, and Clinician, as well as others as applicable to assure continuity and quality of care. • Assures that the mental health and physical health needs of each child/youth are met in a timely and efficient manner. Associates or Bachelor's degree from an accredited Nursing Program and NYS license as a Registered Nurse required. A minimum of 1 year experience as a Registered Nurse. Candidates must have a valid New York State Driver's License and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5294
Position: PSYCHIATRIST- CHILD PYSHCIATRIST
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 12/11/2013
Program: Medical Services
Location: Romulus, NY and Bath, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours
Requirements:  Hillside Children's Center, an affiliate of Hillside Family of Agencies has an opening for a Child Psychiatrist. This is a Full-Time, 40 hours on-site position, with four days being spent at our Varick Campus in Romulus, NY and one day at our Snell Farm Campus in Bath, NY. Under the general direction of the Administrator or Program Director of the service, is responsible for providing clinical services to children and youth and consultation to administrators and other professionals in the program. • Offers consultation to professionals in other hospitals and agencies related to transfer and/or discharge of children and youth. • Will provide emergency consultation, with on-site evaluations, as needed. Provides psychiatric assessments, during intake, ongoing treatment, and aftercare phase of activities, as required. In consultation with the Administrator or Program Director of the program, participates in determinations on admissions, transfers, and discharges. • Attends and participates in admissions, transfer, discharge and comprehensive treatment conferences, as required and appropriate. • Together with other administrative and supervisory staff, participates in the provision of appropriate in-service training for clinical and education staff. • Consults with the family, clinical and education members of the treatment team. • Facilitates the admission of residents to hospital settings when acute care is required. • Has primary responsibility for psychotropic medication therapy. • Supervises psychiatric residents assigned to the program and participates in other educational activities as required. • May serves on committees such as Utilization Review and Peer Review Committee. Completed written evaluations and progress notes in a timely manner. Minimum Education: New York licensed Medical Doctor with Psychiatry Specialty Minimum Experience: One year of additional experience in the practice of psychiatry. License/Registration: Able to be licensed to practice in the State of New York, BE/BC in Child Psychiatry required. Functional Requirements: Knowledge of issues regarding the provision of quality services to emotionally disturbed and/or mentally ill children/youth and their families; strong interpersonal skills conductive to collaboration. Must have a valid New York State driver’s license and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5283
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 12/4/2013
Program: Residential Services - Lang/Focus
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Full Time - 40 hours
Requirements:  Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5031
Position: CHILD CARE WORKER
Affiliate: Crestwood Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 11/20/2013
Program: Family Resource Center - Early Childhood Education
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Relief (on call)
Requirements:  Crestwood Children's Center, an affiliate of Hillside Family of Agencies has an opening for a Child Care Worker at the Peter Castle Resource Center. This position will be providing support to staff members working with two-year-olds in a classroom setting and/or assisting teachers in preshcool classrooms. High School diploma required, Child Development Associate (CDA) preferred. Must have at least 6 months experience working with young children. Experience in or knowledge of the High Scope curriculum would be a plus. Includes responsibility to maintain a positive and safe classroom learning environment to support growth and development of students.

Record # 4273
Position: DRIVER
Affiliate: Hillside Work Scholarship Connection
Region: Monroe
Date: 11/20/2013
Program: Hillside Work Scholarship Connection
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: 8 hrs per week - Friday
Requirements:  Hillside Work Scholarship (HW-SC) is recruiting for a Driver for the Rochester, NY office. Potential candidates will be driving HW-SC students to various commitments such as after school events, work, after school activities, etc. The shift for this position is every Friday 3pm to 11pm and candidates MUST be available during that time frame. Candidates must have a valid NY State driver's licence and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 3223
Position: NURSE/REGISTERED NURSE- PER DIEM
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center; Crestwood Children's Center; Snell Farm Children's Center
Region: All
Date: 11/20/2013
Program: Nursing Services
Location: Rochester, Auburn, Romulus and Bath, NY.
Hours: Per Diem
Requirements:  Come experience the rewards of Adolescent Behavioral Health Nursing at Hillside Family of Agencies. We are currently seeking skilled per diem RN’s for our agency per diem pool. Current NYS RN license and one year nursing experience required. Adolescent Psych and/or Pediatric Exp. preferred. We offer set scheduling, competitive salary, great benefits and an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children and families. Come see what a difference Hillside Children’s Center offers. Valid NYS Driver’s License. ** Per diem rate of $30.00/hr plus differentials available for qualified RN’s!

Record # 4722
Position: SKILLBUILDER I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 11/20/2013
Program: Customized Community Services
Location: Syracuse, NY
Hours: Part Time
Requirements:  Under regular supervision and direction, the Skill Builder I performs functions that assist in the care and treatment of youth and families and assisting youth to develop life and social skills in a community based setting and in establishing a safe physical and emotional environment for youth and families in care. The Skill Builder I recognizes differentiating youth/families behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and executes such plans aimed at assisting youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Skill Builder I is responsible for managing /youth/families activities within an individual or group dynamic, assuring the safety of the youth/families assigned, and applying appropriate emergency and crisis intervention principles and techniques. The Skill Builder I will pro-actively maintain current knowledge of the youth/families emotional/behavior status, assesses the effectiveness of service plans, and supports youth/families interactions with family and local community. Skill Builder I shall provide life skills and social skills training for /youth/families, use verbal de escalation skills as required and shall act as a mandated reporter of child abuse and/or neglect. High School Diploma/GED and 1-2 years of experience working with youth required. Bachelor's degree preferred. Candidates must have the ability to engage youth/families in trust-based relationships, have well developed skills as an advocate for youth/families and be an effective communicator (written and verbal). Candidates must have flexibility in their schedule. Valid NY State Driver's License required. Candidates must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 3513
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 11/20/2013
Program: Residential Treatment Facility
Location: Auburn, NY
Hours: Relief - all shifts
Requirements:  The Youth Care Professional I performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education, or 1-2 years of experience, is required. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Candidates must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Candidates must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Applicant must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Candidates must have a valid NYS driver's license and must meet agency driving and insurance standards. *External applicants - please fill out an employment application for this position and send to jobs@hillside.com.

Record # 4752
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Crestwood Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 11/20/2013
Program: Residential Services
Location: Rochester, NY (Scottsville Rd.)
Hours: Relief (on-call)
Requirements:  Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Demonstrates skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The Youth Care Professional I is an adult role model for children/youth/families in all behaviors including communication, hygiene, and appearance, management of self, response to stress / challenges and in the demonstration of positive relationships with others. Demonstrates a capability for engaging children/youth/families in trust-based, productive relationships in order to help children/youth and families prepare for transitions, interact in the community, and promote respect and independence. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education is preferred. 1-2 years of experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Candidates must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Incumbent must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Applicant must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid NYS driver's license and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5263
Position: SUPERVISOR- ASSISTANT RESIDENTIAL SUPERVISOR
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 11/18/2013
Program: Specialized-
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Full time- 40 hours; temporary position
Requirements:  This is a temporary position, targeted to last 6 months, to cover leave. The Assistant Supervisor - Residential supervises Youth Care Professionals in the performance of their daily responsibilities. The Assistant Supervisor - Residential is part of the direct care staff schedule and generally performs the duties of a Youth Care Professional a considerable portion of time. The Assistant Supervisor - Residential supports HFA’s Philosophy of Care and works to remove systemic barriers to ensure implementation. With the Supervisor – Residential, the Assistant Supervisor - Residential typically has responsibility for up to 15 staff and up to 15 clients. The Assistant Supervisor - Residential * Supervises unit staff in the implementation of treatment goals and objectives. * Oversees staff schedules to ensure adequate coverage and oversees client schedules to ensure they are well organized and well communicated. * Ensures a safe and sanitary physical plan. * Handles emergency situations which may require flexibility of both time and area assignment. * May be required to assume the responsibility of the Supervisor – Residential in his/her absence. * Performs all YCP functions as required. H.S. Diploma required, Bachelor's degree preferred. 2-3 years direct care work in a Residential setting required, 1 year experience required with a Bachelor’s degree. Valid NYS Driver's License required. Candidates must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 4947
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL III
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 11/18/2013
Program: Special Services
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: Saturday - Wednesday, 3pm - 11pm
Requirements:  Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Candidates must demonstrate skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. The YCP III serves as a role model for Youth Care Professionals. YCP III continuously develops skills to improve outcomes, and is an adept communicator at all levels, recognizing issues and situations that require notification and communications to other. Completes all assigned responsibilities including all required written and verbal documentation, reports, and log entries and administrative tasks as required. This position may oversee the paperwork of others. Performs all job requirements with independence; has demonstrated an ability to organize and deliver more complex training; depended upon for resolution of more complex problems/issues; may perform supervisory functions, mentoring and training, and shift charge responsibilities as assigned. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education, along with 1 year of experience, or 2-3 years of experience, is required. Excellent verbal and written skills required. CPR certification or equivalent is required; if not satisfied at hire, may be obtained within 60 days of hire. Candidates must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Candidates must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Applicant must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Candidates must have a valid NYS driver's license and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5249
Position: FAMILY ADVOCATE I OR II
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 11/8/2013
Program: Home and Community Based Waiver Services
Location: Niagara County
Hours: Relief - Must be flexible and able to work days, nights and weekends
Requirements:  ***Applicants must be a parent or Primary Care Giver of a child with special with Mental Health challenges and or Developmental Disabilities. Under the supervision and general direction of the assigned manager, the Family Advocate I provides outreach, information, referrals, and advocacy services and helps to coordinate family support services for families of children with special needs. The Family Advocate I: • Provide emotional support to the family through telephone and face to face meetings. • Meet program specific billable service requirements (as appropriate). • Meet documentation requirements in a timely manner per program guidelines. • Provide family support as needed. • Coach families how to advocate for themselves. • Facilitates/co-facilitates meetings with families in the home or at the agency. • Advocate for families active in service. • Help family find ways to meet basic needs of food, clothing, shelter, safety, and health. • Assist the family in identifying parenting skills which could be strengthened and provide role modeling of these skills. • At point of intake, help family assess their own resources for services needed, i.e. respite, transportation, child care. • Acts as an advocate in identifying and accessing community services and resources for families. • Help family identify gaps in services needed and assist in planning to eliminate gap. • With family identify strengths upon which to build a foundation of improved communication and coping skill. • Meet regularly with Clinician to coordinate and discuss treatment plan related to family functioning. • Attend CSE or community services meetings with family, advocating for them as necessary • Assists family in developing natural and community resources to meet their continuing care needs. • Works flexible hours as determined by families needs. (This may include evenings and weekends as determined by needs of service). • Assists individuals and families in crisis. Applicants must be a parent or Primary Care Giver of a child with special with Mental Health challenges and or Developmental Disabilities. Applicants must have experience in navigating systems (general or special education, court, specialized therapies, etc.) to obtain services for their child/family; has supported/assisted other families in obtaining assistance. High School Diploma required.

Record # 5251
Position: FAMILY ADVOCATE I OR II
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 11/8/2013
Program: Home and Community Based Waiver Services
Location: Wyoming and Livingston County
Hours: Relief - Must be flexible and able to work days, nights and weekends
Requirements:  ***Applicants must be a parent or Primary Care Giver of a child with special with Mental Health challenges and or Developmental Disabilities. Under the supervision and general direction of the assigned manager, the Family Advocate I provides outreach, information, referrals, and advocacy services and helps to coordinate family support services for families of children with special needs. The Family Advocate I: • Provide emotional support to the family through telephone and face to face meetings. • Meet program specific billable service requirements (as appropriate). • Meet documentation requirements in a timely manner per program guidelines. • Provide family support as needed. • Coach families how to advocate for themselves. • Facilitates/co-facilitates meetings with families in the home or at the agency. • Advocate for families active in service. • Help family find ways to meet basic needs of food, clothing, shelter, safety, and health. • Assist the family in identifying parenting skills which could be strengthened and provide role modeling of these skills. • At point of intake, help family assess their own resources for services needed, i.e. respite, transportation, child care. • Acts as an advocate in identifying and accessing community services and resources for families. • Help family identify gaps in services needed and assist in planning to eliminate gap. • With family identify strengths upon which to build a foundation of improved communication and coping skill. • Meet regularly with Clinician to coordinate and discuss treatment plan related to family functioning. • Attend CSE or community services meetings with family, advocating for them as necessary • Assists family in developing natural and community resources to meet their continuing care needs. • Works flexible hours as determined by families needs. (This may include evenings and weekends as determined by needs of service). • Assists individuals and families in crisis. Applicants must be a parent or Primary Care Giver of a child with special with Mental Health challenges and or Developmental Disabilities. Applicants must have experience in navigating systems (general or special education, court, specialized therapies, etc.) to obtain services for their child/family; has supported/assisted other families in obtaining assistance. High School Diploma required.

Record # 5250
Position: FAMILY ADVOCATE I OR II
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 11/8/2013
Program: Home and Community Based Waiver Services
Location: Genesee and Orleans County
Hours: Relief - Must be flexible and able to work days, nights and weekends
Requirements:  ***Applicants must be a parent or Primary Care Giver of a child with special with Mental Health challenges and or Developmental Disabilities. Under the supervision and general direction of the assigned manager, the Family Advocate I provides outreach, information, referrals, and advocacy services and helps to coordinate family support services for families of children with special needs. The Family Advocate I: • Provide emotional support to the family through telephone and face to face meetings. • Meet program specific billable service requirements (as appropriate). • Meet documentation requirements in a timely manner per program guidelines. • Provide family support as needed. • Coach families how to advocate for themselves. • Facilitates/co-facilitates meetings with families in the home or at the agency. • Advocate for families active in service. • Help family find ways to meet basic needs of food, clothing, shelter, safety, and health. • Assist the family in identifying parenting skills which could be strengthened and provide role modeling of these skills. • At point of intake, help family assess their own resources for services needed, i.e. respite, transportation, child care. • Acts as an advocate in identifying and accessing community services and resources for families. • Help family identify gaps in services needed and assist in planning to eliminate gap. • With family identify strengths upon which to build a foundation of improved communication and coping skill. • Meet regularly with Clinician to coordinate and discuss treatment plan related to family functioning. • Attend CSE or community services meetings with family, advocating for them as necessary • Assists family in developing natural and community resources to meet their continuing care needs. • Works flexible hours as determined by families needs. (This may include evenings and weekends as determined by needs of service). • Assists individuals and families in crisis. Applicants must be a parent or Primary Care Giver of a child with special with Mental Health challenges and or Developmental Disabilities. Applicants must have experience in navigating systems (general or special education, court, specialized therapies, etc.) to obtain services for their child/family; has supported/assisted other families in obtaining assistance. High School Diploma required.

Record # 5247
Position: NURSE MANAGER IV
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 11/7/2013
Program: Nursing Services
Location: Auburn, NY
Hours: Full Time - 40 hours - Monday - Friday
Requirements:  The Nurse Manager is responsible for directing health care services and staff in order to ensure the delivery of quality health services to children/youth. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Conducts quality assurance reviews for nursing systems and nursing staff. • Provides ongoing supervision and provides feedback and training to the nursing staff. • Develops performance objectives and conducts performance reviews for the nursing staff and health support staff. • Performs all of the clinical functions of an RN and/or LPN as required. • Assures the health care provided to the youth in care is in compliance with all regulatory mandates and procedures. • Understands and assists with the development of all health care service delivery systems. • Maintains and reviews contracts with external providers. • Hires, terminates, trains, schedules and manages nurses and supports personnel • Oversees and controls salary and health care costs within the program. • Monitors and responds to client movement, including referral, admissions, health care and discharge. • Routinely interacts with clients, families, and external contacts and represents the agency with professionalism, tact, and cultural sensitivity. • Knows and adheres to all federal, state, and local statutes, regulatory agency standards, and Hillside Family of Agency policies, including but not limited to OMH, CPS DSS, JCAHO, SED, & OSHA regulations. • Actively participates in supervision with and works in collaboration with the Director of Nursing and Regional Leader, as assigned. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited Registered Nursing program required. NYS RN license required. A minimum of 2 years RN experience required. 3-5 years pediatric experience with supervisory/management experience preferred. Applicants must have a valid NYS driver’s license and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5214
Position: TEACHING ASSISTANT I – BEHAVIOR SUPPORT SPECIALIST
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 10/23/2013
Program: Family Resource Center - Early Childhood Education
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: Relief
Requirements:  The Teaching Assistant I – Behavioral Support Specialist works under close supervision in performing functions that assist in the treatment and care of children/youth. Works with individual students or groups of students requiring special instruction, and works with the classroom teacher to identify information about specific students in order to develop appropriate teaching plans and learning experiences for students. Effectively plans for prevention and management of crises by therapeutic crisis intervention techniques, which may include including emergency physical intervention techniques in accordance with agency policy; maintains appropriate affect regulation. Provides direct classroom instruction in the event of the teacher's absence. High school diploma is required, Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education preferred. NYS or eligibility for certification as a teaching assistant required. Experience working in a classroom or related therapeutic experience with children / youth required. Candidates must have a valid New York State Driver's License and meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5010
Position: DRIVER - VAN DRIVER (2 OPENINGS)
Affiliate: Hillside Work Scholarship Connection
Region: Central
Date: 10/21/2013
Program: Hillside Work Scholarship Connection
Location: Syracuse, NY
Hours: Per Diem/Relief (Approximately 4- 20 hours per week - Monday - Saturday)
Requirements:  Hillside Work Scholarship (HW-SC) is recruiting for per diem Drivers for the Syracuse, NY office. Per diem hours are on-call and on an as needed basis. Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection is a nationally-recognized youth development program helping at-risk youth stay in school and graduate from high school with the skills and confidence necessary to enter college or the workforce. Potential candidates will be driving HW-SC students to various commitments such as after school events, work, after school activities, etc. High School/GED required. Youth experience a plus. Candidates must have a valid NY State driver's licence and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 4811
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL III
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 10/18/2013
Program: Diagnostic, O'Keeffe
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: 40 Hours, Wednesday-Sunday, 3pm-11pm
Requirements:  Performs functions related to the care and treatment of children/youth and families, and assisting to develop life and social skills in a residential setting. Candidates must demonstrate skills, ability and knowledge that promote a safe physical and emotional environment for children and families within the context of their living environment. The YCP III serves as a role model for Youth Care Professionals. YCP III continuously develops skills to improve outcomes, and is an adept communicator at all levels, recognizing issues and situations that require notification and communications to other. Completes all assigned responsibilities including all required written and verbal documentation, reports, and log entries and administrative tasks as required. This position may oversee the paperwork of others. Performs all job requirements with independence; has demonstrated an ability to organize and deliver more complex training; depended upon for resolution of more complex problems/issues; may perform supervisory functions, mentoring and training, and shift charge responsibilities as assigned. High school diploma/GED with 2 years’ experience or Bachelor’s degree preferably in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education, along with 1 year of experience required. Excellent verbal and written skills required. CPR certification or equivalent is required; if not satisfied at hire, may be obtained within 60 days of hire. Candidates must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Candidates must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Applicant must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Candidates must have a valid NYS driver's license and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5178
Position: 1:1 AIDE
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 10/3/2013
Program: Halpern Education Center
Location: Rochester, NY (Webster, NY)
Hours: Full Time - Monday - Friday
Requirements:  The 1:1 Aide provides direct individual educational support and behavioral assistance to a child/youth requiring a higher level of care than a 6:1:1. The 1:1 Aide provides the treatment team with information about assigned student in order to help develop teaching plans. The 1:1 Aide assists in the development of instructional resources, and helps assigned student to use these resources. The 1:1 Aide develops, updates, and maintains applicable clinical and school records for assigned student and routinely interacts with assigned student, their family, and external contacts and represents the agency with professionalism, tact, and cultural sensitivity. The 1:1 Aide utilizes experience, education, age-specific knowledge and cultural competence in order to assist assigned student in achieving positive and successful outcomes. The 1:1 Aide works cooperatively with other services providers and educators in the delivery of services. Two year degree with one year of experience working with children required. Bachelor's Degree in a Human Services or related field preferred. One or more years’ experience working in a classroom, or related therapeutic experience working with youth/children preferred. Experience working with youth with emotional challenges and special needs preferred.

Record # 3427
Position: YOUTH CARE PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 10/1/2013
Program: Residential Treatment
Location: Rochester, NY - Monroe Campus
Hours: Relief - hours/shifts vary based on needs
Requirements:  This position is a RELIEF position. Our Monroe Ave Campus has on-going relief opportunities for Youth Care Professionals for all shifts. Provide daily care and supervision to youth in a residential setting. Demonstrate skills that promote a safe physical and emotional environment. Provide positive adult role modeling. Experience working with children with emotional challenges and developmental disabilities preferred. High School Diploma/GED with a minimum of 2 years of experience working with children; and families will be considered. Associate's Degree in Psychology, Sociology, Criminal Justice, Human Services or related field and experience working with children and families required. Bachelor's Degree preferred. We are looking for a candidate who has SIGN LANGUAGE skills for this position. Sign language skills are required. Candidates must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 5112
Position: FAMILY ADVOCATE I OR II
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 9/5/2013
Program: Bridges to Health
Location: Syracuse, NY
Hours: Part Time - 10 - 20 hours per week - hours vary
Requirements:  ***Applicants must be a parent or Primary Care Giver of a child with Mental Health challenges and or Developmental Disabilities. Under the supervision and general direction of the assigned manager, the Family Advocate I provides outreach, information, referrals, and advocacy services and helps to coordinate family support services for families of children with special needs. The Family Advocate I: • Provide emotional support to the family through telephone and face to face meetings. • Meet program specific billable service requirements (as appropriate). • Meet documentation requirements in a timely manner per program guidelines. • Provide family support as needed. • Coach families how to advocate for themselves. • Facilitates/co-facilitates meetings with families in the home or at the agency. • Advocate for families active in service. • Help family find ways to meet basic needs of food, clothing, shelter, safety, and health. • Assist the family in identifying parenting skills which could be strengthened and provide role modeling of these skills. • At point of intake, help family assess their own resources for services needed, i.e. respite, transportation, child care. • Acts as an advocate in identifying and accessing community services and resources for families. • Help family identify gaps in services needed and assist in planning to eliminate gap. • With family identify strengths upon which to build a foundation of improved communication and coping skill. • Meet regularly with Clinician to coordinate and discuss treatment plan related to family functioning. • Attend CSE or community services meetings with family, advocating for them as necessary • Assists family in developing natural and community resources to meet their continuing care needs. • Works flexible hours as determined by families needs. (This may include evenings and weekends as determined by needs of service). • Assists individuals and families in crisis. Applicants must be a parent or Primary Care Giver of a child with Mental Health challenges and or Developmental Disabilities. Applicants must have experience in navigating systems (general or special education, court, specialized therapies, etc.) to obtain services for their child/family; has supported/assisted other families in obtaining assistance. High School Diploma required.

Record # 5095
Position: DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL I
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Western
Date: 8/27/2013
Program: Developmental Disabilities Services- Chestnut Ridge
Location: Orchard Park, NY
Hours: Part time- 23 hours; Friday 1:30-10:30 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Requirements:  The Direct Support Professional I (DSP I) performs functions that assist in the care and treatment of children/youth and families and assisting children/youth to develop life and social skills in OPWDD and IRA settings, and in establishing a safe physical and emotional environment for children/youth and families in care. Performs job requirements with regular supervision and is actively learning new areas of expertise in order to fulfill a wider ranging set of responsibilities. May develop, implement, monitor and report on treatment objectives and modalities of the children. Recognizes differentiating behaviors, participates within designated treatment teams to develop service and behavior management plans, and, as appropriate based on skills and experience, executes such plans aimed at assisting children/youth/families to achieve their personal goals and objectives. The DSP I continually demonstrates the emotional confidence and good judgment required to build productive, engaged children/youth/family relationships while implementing required rules and routines. Ensures the safety of the children/youth assigned and is thoroughly aware of all procedures relating to emergencies. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Psychology, Sociology or Education, is preferred. Excellent verbal and written skills required. Must be highly collaborative and able to work in a team environment. Must be highly motivated and able to thrive in a fast paced environment. Applicant must be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Candidates must have a valid NYS driver's license and must meet agency driving and insurance standards.

Record # 4874
Position: FAMILY ADVOCATE l
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Central
Date: 5/31/2013
Program: Waiver Services
Location: Syracuse, NY
Hours: Part Time - 10 hours - must be available days, nights and weekends
Requirements:  ***Applicants must be a parent or Primary Care Giver of a child with special needs and/or social, emotional, or behavioral challenges. Under the supervision and general direction of the assigned manager, the Family Advocate I provides outreach, information, referrals, and advocacy services and helps to coordinate family support services for families of children with special needs. The Family Advocate I: • Provide emotional support to the family through telephone and face to face meetings. • Meet program specific billable service requirements (as appropriate). • Meet documentation requirements in a timely manner per program guidelines. • Provide family support as needed. • Coach families how to advocate for themselves. • Facilitates/co-facilitates meetings with families in the home or at the agency. • Advocate for families active in service. • Help family find ways to meet basic needs of food, clothing, shelter, safety, and health. • Assist the family in identifying parenting skills which could be strengthened and provide role modeling of these skills. • At point of intake, help family assess their own resources for services needed, i.e. respite, transportation, child care. • Acts as an advocate in identifying and accessing community services and resources for families. • Help family identify gaps in services needed and assist in planning to eliminate gap. • With family identify strengths upon which to build a foundation of improved communication and coping skill. • Meet regularly with Clinician to coordinate and discuss treatment plan related to family functioning. • Attend CSE or community services meetings with family, advocating for them as necessary • Assists family in developing natural and community resources to meet their continuing care needs. • Works flexible hours as determined by families needs. (This may include evenings and weekends as determined by needs of service). • Assists individuals and families in crisis. Applicants must be a parent or Primary Care Giver of a child with special needs and/or social, emotional, or behavioral challenges. Applicants must have experience in navigating systems (general or special education, court, specialized therapies, etc.) to obtain services for their child/family; has supported/assisted other families in obtaining assistance. High School Diploma required.

Record # 4781
Position: FOOD SERVICE DRIVER
Affiliate: Hillside Shared Services
Region: Central
Date: 4/22/2013
Program: HSS - Food Service
Location: Romulus, NY
Hours: 24 Hours, including weekend and weekday shifts
Requirements:  The Food Service Driver is responsible for the delivery of food and supplies to Youth and other locations. They are also responsible for: inventory and sanitation at the warehouse, the delivery of staff lunches, the pick up/delivery of catering events, food service support and the pick up and delivery of recycling totes. Quick and Accurate delivery of food and other goods to Youth and other locations. Also responsible for the delivery of staff lunches. This position demands safe responsible driving. Maintaining inventory at the warehouse and kitchen. Communicates all needs and issues to management. Works within the kitchen providing support, provides additional help to HSS. Provides outstanding customer service. Clean interior of delivery vehicles and delivery equipment. Pick up products from outside vendors for the kitchen and warehouse Pick up / drop off catering goods. High School Diploma or GED required, Associates preferred. New York State Drivers license along with the ability to meet agency standards is required.

Record # 4032
Position: YOUTH MENTOR
Affiliate: Hillside Children's Center
Region: Monroe
Date: 3/10/2013
Program: Youth Mentor Services
Location: Rochester, NY
Hours: 10 hours per week - based on youth, family and program needs.
Requirements:  The primary responsibility of this position is to serve as a peer mentor, positive role model and advocate and support to youth and young adults currently receiving care coordination services in Monroe County. The Youth Mentor will assist youth in achieving their goals and living healthy, self-directed lives. The role involves connecting with youth while working with a team in order to identify, advocate and act as a liaison between youth and other professionals and community natural supports. The Youth Mentor must be at least 18 years old and have (1) personal life experience in child serving systems (juvenile justice, mental health, child welfare, and education) and (2) the ability to positively and appropriately self-disclose regarding that experience. Local travel as required. Works with teams to assist youth in identifying and coordinating services, community resources and natural supports, which would include the following responsibilities: • Educate and model for youth how to advocate for their needs, have a voice & choice in matters related to their lives • Be a resource on youth transition and how to navigate the system • Orient youth to the Child Family Team (CFT) process • Help youth identify goals for their plan of care • Assist youth in engaging in the own planning process and self-advocacy • Create partnership with youth and professionals to help meet their needs • Complete all required paperwork in a timely manner • Act as a consultant on CFT teams • Attend supervision and team meetings • Meet with youth 1:1, in small groups and meetings • Co- facilitate skill-building groups and trainings for youth and staff Skills necessary to obtain the job o Personal life experience in child serving systems (juvenile justice, behavioral/mental health, child welfare, and drug & alcohol, etc.), and the ability to positively and appropriately self-disclose regarding that experience o Flexible and adaptive o Demonstrates an awareness and sensitivity to cultural, physical and social variations. o Ability to independently meet commitments and take responsibility for own actions; recognizes, identifies and corrects errors/omissions o Respects the ambiguity of self-disclosure and youth/family confidentiality requirements. o Ability to build productive relationships across groups o Leads by example o Being open-minded, creative, and have problem solving skills o Good writing and verbal skills o Familiar with youth and family systems o Familiar with youth and family dynamics/relations o Ability to set and follow a schedule o Must successfully complete required training in the time line identified. Education and Experience High School Diploma or equivalent required 1 Year work or volunteer experience preferred

 

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