The 1199SEIU Child Care Corporation provide comprehensive health, pension, and quality of life benefits to unionized workers represented by 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East. We are among the largest labor-management funds in the nation, covering 400,000 members and their families.
About the Program
The Youth Mentoring Program (YMP) is a unique instructional and hands-on employment and training program for the teenage children (15 – 17 year old) of 1199SEIU members. It is the aim of the program to expose youth to the many opportunities available in the health care professions and encourage them to pursue the educational paths that will lead to employment in the field. The program supports youth in developing life skills, such as communication, decision making, goal setting, and time management.
Prior to the start of the summer work experience, Site Supervisors participate in pre-program staff development activities. These activities include required program trainings and the completion of online modules. The summer program begins Tuesday, July 6, 2021 through Friday, July 30, 2021. Staff are expected to be available for the entire 4-week summer session. The program schedule is Monday-Thursday, 9am-12pm through July 29th and Friday, July 30th . All activities take place using an assigned online platform.
The Site Supervisor is responsible for providing daily supervision, guidance, and instruction to an assigned group of interns. The Site Supervisor will facilitate the Professional Development Seminars and provide instruction from an approved curriculum. Site Supervisors work closely with their assigned Regional Coordinator and YMP administrative staff regarding facilitation, operations, and intern needs.
The Site Supervisor is specifically responsible for the maintenance and accuracy of program attendance, lesson plans, and management of all program operations in accordance with 1199SEIU Child Care Corporation Youth Mentoring Program protocol.
Essential Duties of the Site Supervisor.
• B.S. or B.A. required
• 2 years previous work experience with youth aged 14 – 17 year old
• Strong teaching, counseling, and youth development experience
• Previous work experience with youth aged 14 – 17 year old
• Strong group/class management experience
• Workshop planning, implementation, and facilitation experience
• Ability to connect with youth, diffuse conflicts, mediate resolution of conflicts, and provide support to interns necessary
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
• Demonstrated ability to work with a variety of stakeholders
• Familiar with trends in youth development, workplace literacy, healthcare and cultural competency
• Knowledge and demonstration of youth development concepts, trends and outcomes.
We offer a competitive salary, an excellent fully employer-paid comprehensive benefits package and talented professional colleagues. For consideration and to apply, please visit us at https://phf.tbe.taleo.net/phf03/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=NBF1199&cws=1&rid=8574. Please mention you saw this ad in Social Service. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.