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Night Child Care Worker


12/21/2012
Date inactive: 5/1/2013

EMPLOYER: BOARD OF CHILD CARE 

POSITION: Night Child Care Worker | POSITION RESPONSIBLE: Cottage Supervisor

CATEGORY OF EMPLOYMENT:  Hourly / Non-Exempt

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • To obtain all pertinent information regarding the assigned unit residents and unit evening program schedule from the day Child Care Worker(s) at the start of each working day.
  • To dispense prescribed and over-the-counter medications according to the Board of Child Care’s Policies and Procedures.
  • To immediately alert the Campus Supervisor of any immediate need for additional unit staff supervision and/or concern/problem on the Unit.
  • To complete a bed check of each resident every 15 minutes and document outcome in the Unit Log Book. 
  • To provide direct supervision to the residents in order to effectively complete the morning schedule.
  • To appropriately use the Board of Child Care’s approved Behavior Management and Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Techniques.
  • To provide transportation for residents as requested.
  • To complete daily Unit maintenance and safety inspections, identify and report needed repairs to the Maintenance Director.
  • To complete household chores and laundry for the Unit as requested.
  • To complete written Unit activity documentation in the Unit Log Book prior to the end of each work day.
  • To complete call in procedure three times per night in keeping with agency policy.
  • Perform other duties, as requested, to achieve agency goals.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Maintenance of an unrestricted Maryland Driver’s License and safe driving record.
  • Transportation of children.
  • Application of first aid and CPR.
  • Physical intervention and/or restraints with male and female residents ages 10-19 years.
  • On-site evening and weekend hours. 
  • Demonstrate effective oral and written communication.
  • Able to engage youth in a positive and therapeutic manner.
  • Able to provide positive role modeling to youth through attitude, behavior, language and dress in keeping with agency standards.
  • Able to work cooperatively with supervisor and within an interdisciplinary setting.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • AA Degree in Human Services related field or 60 college credits
  • Certification in Basic First Aid and CPR – required (may be attained during probationary period)

 HOW TO APPLY: To apply for positions in Southern MD, please email your resume to mephraim@boardofchildcare.org  | To apply for positions in Baltimore, MD,  Colesville, MD, or Hagerstown, MD, please email your resume to nsmith@boardofchildcare.org | To apply for positions in Denton, MD, please email your resume to kmcgee@boardofchilcdare.org | To apply for positions in Martinsburg, WV, please email your resume to jkrystofiak@boardofchildcare.org