The Program Assistant, Development of Living Skills (DLS) will facilitate in-home education classes to clients referred by Butler County Children Services. Classes will include basic living and parenting skills including food and nutrition, home sanitation, home safety, money management, parenting, and the development of personal resources. Communicate to the Butler County Children Services about client participation and progress. Document observations and submit detailed monthly reports. Assess and evaluate client proficiency and program completion status. Develop individualized lessons based on the needs of individual families. Assist in the revision and selection of educational materials.
Additional Information for Applicants::
This position is located in Hamilton, Ohio.
Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Child Development, or other related field such as Education or Family Studies or an equivalent combination of education and experience; strong written and oral communication skills and effective time management skills; ability to communicate with multiple individuals or groups simultaneously; willingness to work flexible hours that may include some evenings and weekends.
Knowledge of community resources available throughout Butler County; experience working with diverse clientele and under-served populations; organizational and prioritizing skills; ability to assess needs and strengths; computer skills for communication and report writing; teaching or presentation skills and demonstrated adaptability and flexibility.
Target Salary: $12.03 - $14.40 Hourly
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
Job Appointment (FTE%):
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