1. Minimum of two years' experience with adolescent youth who have been abused and neglected, foster youth, or at-risk youth.
2. Must have basic assessment skills and ability to work as part of a team.
3. The PREP Training Facilitator must be knowledgeable in all areas of training curriculum, crisis management, and curriculum development.
4. Experience in group facilitation and public speaking is important.
Critical Action Items:
1. Ensures that PREP Training Groups are coordinated and facilitated in accordance to the Making Proud Choices curriculum and the PREP Project contract requirements.
2. Submits all documentation and reports to the Life Skills Program Director as required by contract and/or BCFS HHS agency by the designated due dates.
3. Receives approval for all purchases from Program Director.
4. Turns in receipts, expense reports, sign-in sheets, and other required documentations for budget and billing by scheduled deadlines.
5. Monitor and analyze contract requirements, special provisions, terms and conditions to ensure compliance with appropriate laws, regulations, corporate policies and business unit procedures.
1. Provide monthly summary of activities as set forth by Program Director by the 5th of every month.
2. Student/client files will be maintained according to all BCFS and contract standards.
3. Enter required ETO data for all clients within two business days of client contact and submit monthly reports as specified by Program Director by the 15th or 30th of every month.
4. Document all youth served in fiscal year.
1. Facilitates PREP Project Training groups.
2. Recruits and organizes groups for the PREP Project.
3. Gets approval for youth training through authorization form (2054) from DFPS staff before allowing young adult to attend training.
4. Maintains files; organizes and files paperwork and documentation.
5. Inputs all required data into computer database.
6. Creates media such as fliers and brochures for program.
7. Designs and implements program changes and curriculum development to improve training services.
8. Receives approval for all purchases from Program Director.
9. Turns in receipts, expense reports, sign-in sheets, and other required documentations for PREP Project budget and billing on time.
10. Reviews all program records to ensure proper documentation.
11. Make sure all files and paperwork meet contract requirements and guidelines.
12. Attends weekly all-staff meetings.
13. Attends monthly PREP Project meetings.
14. Works as a team
Education: Bachelor's degree (Master's preferred) in Social Work or a related field
1. Knowledge of community agencies and resources.
2. Excellent group facilitation skills.
3. Must be able to develop and maintain rapport with youth and families.
4. Knowledgeable in all areas of training curriculum.
5. Excellent interpersonal and problem-solving skills; and ability to relate to a wide range of issues, people and institutions.
6. Public speaking, listening and written communication skills.
7. Ability to maintain confidentiality with clients and staff.
8. Ability to work under minimum supervision. Exercise patience, initiative, and judgment.
9. Ability to establish and maintain effective professional working relationships with other employees, staff, and the public.
10. Works as a team player.
11. Reports suspected child abuse/neglect to administrator and law enforcement agency.
12. Abide by all BCFS policies and procedures.
13. Valid Texas Driver's license with a clear driving record.
14. Must pass background check.
15. Communicates regularly with Program Director on status of the program.
16. Intermediate to advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office products: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook.
17. Schedule may exceed 40 hours at times, including weekends and some nights.
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