The Youth Tracker is responsible for completing assigned daily contact with youth, as well as meeting the conditions of the youth’s service plan for assigned caseload. The Youth Tracker must maintain a flexible work schedule that may include working hours other than regular work schedule and evenings, weekends and holidays.
- Conduct face to face daily contacts at various locations with youth assigned.
- Teach youth how to manage their behaviors through the use of programmatic and individual structure.
- Develop and maintain helping relationships with youth in program to encourage individual accountability.
- Complete required documentation, including discharge information, for assigned youth in an accurate and timely manner.
- Enter data promptly into the and Southwest Key Programs database, Efforts to Outcome (ETO).
- Examine case file to become familiar with youth history and keep up to date with information as it is added to file.
- Notify Program Director or designee immediately in the event of a youth crisis, suspected illegal activity or any other youth or program incident.
- Regular and punctual attendance.
- High School diploma or equivalent with at least (2) years of experience working with at risk youth.
- Must have reliable transportation, registration and maintain state mandated car insurance.
- Valid state driver’s license and clear driving record.
- Clear results from a criminal background check from appropriate entity.
Southwest Key Programs - 9 months ago