Assess the individual needs of the at-risk population and provide the skills training which addresses the deficiencies identified in the Ansell-Casey Assessment.
Management reserves the right to add, modify, change, or rescind the work assignments of different positions and to make reasonable accommodations so that qualified employees can perform the essential functions of the job.
• Coordinates and monitors services.
• Assess client progress toward identified goals.
• Provides direct services to clients (life skills training).
• Collaborates with parents/guardians, schools, therapists, courts, juvenile probation staff, children's court attorneys, and public defenders to ensure that there is an overall improvement in the behavior and functioning of the at-risk clientele.
• Regular interaction with community partners who are invested in the client’s progress and welfare.
• Solicits and screens referrals for appropriateness and community safety.
• Testifies in court on behalf of the clients.
• Assist in gathering information for monthly/quarterly/yearly reports for the State of New Mexico (CYFD).
• Maintains HIPAA compliance and client confidentiality at all times.
• Regular and consistent attendance for the assigned work schedule is essential.
- Bachelor's degree in a human service field is required.