Welcome new families that arrive during the assigned shift. Provide security to the units and ensure that all residents observe house rules.
Become familiar with procedures for fire safety and other emergency procedures.
Acquire understanding of building features and potential problems.
Make regular rounds of facility.
Maintain clean working environment.
Handle crisis by deciding what actions are required and informing appropriate staff of actions taken and of any follow-up required through log book, written notes, and/or telephone conversations.
Attend program and agency staff meetings.
Maintain daily logs, school attendance, client check-in, and other record keeping in a timely manner.
Conduct pre and post apartment inventory.
Assist with clerical, maintenance or recreational activities as skills and time allow.
Work as part of the program team to identify signs and use of substance abuse.
Perform duties as required by supervisor.
High School Diploma or equivalent
Ability to interact with the facility staff and client population
Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) a plus
Valid New York State Security License (16 hrs & 8 hrs) required
Valid Fire Guard License required
Work under pressure and stressful situations
Valid New York State Driver’s License