Children's Receiving Home

We provide emergency shelter for traumatized children. We also provide long term residential and out patient treatment for youth

Jan 30, 2019
Position Summary: Under the direction of the Program Supervisor or Supervisor on Duty, the Residential Counselor is responsible for the daily care and supervision of agency clients and living conditions. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Residential Care • Responsible for creating a favorable group climate in which the child’s safety, emotional nurturing and healthy development are of primary concern. • Provides child care and supervision for the clients. • Responsible for the hour by hour care, safety, supervision, protection, guidance and discipline of the group as a whole and for each child as an individual. • Responsible for meeting the health and personal hygiene needs of minors under their care (report any medical concerns to medical staff, provide supplies and direction for proper standards of personal care, etc.). • Provide a caring, warm environment for the children through setting clear boundaries, supporting, encouraging, and giving verbal praise and acknowledgment to children for positive actions and decisions to help build self-esteem, age appropriate interpersonal skills, positive thinking, problem solving, proper language, coping skills, respect for others and self and brainstorming alternative, appropriate behaviors, etc.. • Maintain knowledge of the value based level system and how it applies to each child. • Maintain discipline and group control at all time, reporting any unresolved conflicts to a supervisor in a timely manner. • Pro-act and check in with the children frequently to prevent crisis situations. After an incident has occurred, follow-up and process with the child to prevent further crisis situations and complete any necessary documentation. • Intervene in crisis situations as learned in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) to ensure the safety of clients and staff. • Serve snacks to the clients in coordination with other staff, per approved menu. Maintain a pleasant and cheerful mealtime atmosphere, and dine with the children during mealtimes, modeling appropriate behavior, table manners, etc. • Ensure that children are properly dressed for various occasions and see that their clothing is appropriately cleaned and maintained. • Provide transportation for children as directed by a supervisor as necessary and in accordance with the agency transport policy. • In collaboration with the Recreation Department, structure recreational/craft activities to enhance each child’s social and physical development. • Responsible for being an informed and supportive team member. • Responsible for reading dorm log and incident reports. • Responsible for critical observations and objective recording of children’s behavior for team use. • Responsible for maintaining a neat and orderly dorm area, meeting all Title 22 regulations and the health and safety codes required of this agency. • Performs routine household duties, including but not limited to: vacuuming, dusting, laundry, cleaning bathrooms, making beds, cleaning and organizing closets, etc. • Supervises the chores and work project of children. • Accountable for reporting building and equipment damage and/or unsafe conditions and initiate action to correct any unsafe conditions. Other Duties • Must be familiar with, and have the ability to carry out, all emergency/disaster plans. • Provides orientation, training and support to new Residential staff, volunteers, interns, foster grandparents and any other auxiliary staff. • Attends and participates in regular staff meetings regarding program issues. • Attends mandatory in-service trainings. • Complete written documentation per program requirements, and in compliance with agency policy and training. • Attend and participate in team meetings to be aware of and facilitate the development and application of needs and services treatment plans for each child, providing documentation as necessary. • Ensure accurate recording of worked hours and notify a supervisor of any discrepancies in a timely manner and in accordance with agency guidelines. • Performs other duties as assigned.
Children's Receiving Home Sacramento, CA, USA Full time
Jan 30, 2019
Position Summary: The Cook is responsible for preparing and serving attractive, nutritionally balanced meals for the children. This position is responsible for maintaining high standards of quality food production and portion control using standard recipes and also for appropriate quantities of food needed to meet menu requirements. In addition to assisting the children during their meal times, encouraging and teaching portion control, the Cook encourages the children to try new foods and observe basic nutrition habits as they make their own salads from a selection of seasonal fruits and vegetables.   In addition, the Cook will possess a Food Handler Certificate, following all guidelines set forth by Community Care Licensing, USDA National Breakfast & Lunch School Program. This position also performs a variety of maintenance tasks such as sweeping, light mopping, and maintaining refrigerators, freezers and store rooms in a neat and clean order.  In the absence of the Kitchen Supervisor, this position may be responsible for the food service department.   Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Food Preparation and Serving Under direction of the Kitchen Supervisor, plans, prepares and serves attractive and nutritionally balanced meals for the children, promoting and reinforcing good nutritional habits; trying new foods, portion control and a balanced Utilize Production Worksheets to plan proper amounts of ingredients to prepare menu items sufficient for the number of clients to be Adhere to ingredients, measurements and cooking methods as stated on the recipes to meet the nutritional requirements (maintain 30% total fat content of meals). Ensure that food supplies are securely Meet Title 22 sanitation requirements, including but not limited to: Wears proper cooking attire (i.e. apron, hat or hair net, gloves, ). Instructs others to wearing proper attire during food Uses proper dishwashing Cleans kitchen areas after each meal is Alert the Kitchen Supervisor or Maintenance Department to maintenance requests asking for unsafe equipment to be removed and/or assistance with cleaning difficult to clean food preparation Assist the Kitchen Supervisor with ordering food and supplies as Supervision of Children Provides direct child care to the client’s reinforcing safety and sanitation while providing supervision and guidelines to client’s while working in the Provide supervision to children who are assigned to assist in meal Responsible for creating a favorable group climate in which the child’s safety, emotional nurturing and healthy development are of primary concern. Assist children in understanding nutritional principals, work ethics, safety and basic job Work cooperatively with the group home Residential Staff as an advisor to them regarding food preparation of all meals on the Provides the following specialized services while maintaining the parental function of safety and supervision of all children working in his/her area: Trains and assists clients with life skills such as how to prepare nutritious meals and food safety. Acts as a supervisor and role model to children while working together to accomplish the above job Intervene in crisis situations as learned in Agency approved Crisis Intervention training to ensure the safety of clients and   Other Attend staff training as necessary or Attend appropriate staff meetings as
Children's Receiving Home Sacramento, CA, USA Full time
Jan 30, 2019
Position Summary: Under the direction of the Program Supervisor or Supervisor on Duty, the Residential Counselor is responsible for the daily care and supervision of agency clients and living conditions.   Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Residential Care Responsible for creating a favorable group climate in which the child’s safety, emotional nurturing and healthy development are of primary Provides child care and supervision for the Responsible for the hour by hour care, safety, supervision, protection, guidance and discipline of the group as a whole and for each child as an Responsible for meeting the health and personal hygiene needs of minors under their care (report any medical concerns to medical staff, provide supplies and direction for proper standards of personal care, ). Provide a caring, warm environment for the children through setting clear boundaries, supporting, encouraging, and giving verbal praise and acknowledgment to children for positive actions and decisions to help build self-esteem, age appropriate interpersonal skills, positive thinking, problem solving, proper language, coping skills, respect for others and self and brainstorming alternative, appropriate behaviors, . Maintain knowledge of the value based level system and how it applies to each Maintain discipline and group control at all time, reporting any unresolved conflicts to a supervisor in a timely Pro-act and check in with the children frequently to prevent crisis After an incident has occurred, follow-up and process with the child to prevent further crisis situations and complete any necessary documentation. Intervene in crisis situations as learned in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) to ensure the safety of clients and Serve snacks to the clients in coordination with other staff, per approved Maintain a pleasant and cheerful mealtime atmosphere, and dine with the children during mealtimes, modeling appropriate behavior, table manners, etc. Ensure that children are properly dressed for various occasions and see that their clothing is appropriately cleaned and Provide transportation for children as directed by a supervisor as necessary and in accordance with the agency transport In collaboration with the Recreation Department, structure recreational/craft activities to enhance each child’s social and physical Responsible for being an informed and supportive team Responsible for reading dorm log and incident Responsible for critical observations and objective recording of children’s behavior for team Responsible for maintaining a neat and orderly dorm area, meeting all Title 22 regulations and the health and safety codes required of this Performs routine household duties, including but not limited to: vacuuming, dusting, laundry, cleaning bathrooms, making beds, cleaning and organizing closets, Supervises the chores and work project of Accountable for reporting building and equipment damage and/or unsafe conditions and initiate action to correct any unsafe   Other Duties Must be familiar with, and have the ability to carry out, all emergency/disaster Provides orientation, training and support to new Residential staff, volunteers, interns, foster grandparents and any other auxiliary Attends and participates in regular staff meetings regarding program Attends mandatory in-service Complete written documentation per program requirements, and in compliance with agency policy and Attend and participate in team meetings to be aware of and facilitate the development and application of needs and services treatment plans for each child, providing documentation as Ensure accurate recording of worked hours and notify a supervisor of any discrepancies in a timely manner and in accordance with agency Performs other duties as
Children's Receiving Home Sacramento, CA, USA Full time