Work with and supervise the cases of an average of 13 youth under the custody of the State. Coordinate proctor home placements and school placements for each client. Create and implement individualized treatment plans along with other team members including therapists, professional parents, caseworker, guardian ad litem, and juvenile court Judges. Assist in Individual Education Plan (IEP) assessments and the implementation of the recommendations in the specific youth’s educational plan. Coordinate tours of Job Corps, college campuses, and ROTC/military enlistment. Work together with State, private agencies, and community partners to help youth receive life skills training, and prepare for independent living. Trainer and supervisor of professional parents, work with professional parents to provide intensive supervision services and in home support for youth in custody. Complete court and agency reports pertaining to client’s records and legal matters, along with representing the agency in court proceedings. Handle emergency situations and after hour disruptions within the proctor homes. As a mandatory reporter, handle and oversee reports to DCFS and local law enforcement agencies. Coordinate and schedule mental health assessments, drug testing, and other medical needs.