Social Service Assistant Job In Cherokee, North Carolina, Global Force Usa

Published 2022-08-10
Expires 2022-09-10
ID #1121187156
Social Service Assistant Job In Cherokee, North Carolina, Global Force Usa
United States, North Carolina, Cherokee,
Published August 10, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Social service assistant

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Essential Functions:

The SSA assists students, peers, and subordinates in understanding the relevance and promotes the development of positive social skills among students through modeling appropriate behavior, positive intervention, and positively intervening and teaching appropriate employability skills for workplace success. Participates in the Center Behavioral Management System (Client) and/or the Student Code of Conduct (SCC)


Minimum Requirements:

" SSA serves as an assistant to Social Services Assistant(s) or higher graded employees, providing on-site supervision of students to ensure a safe, healthy atmosphere.

" Sets a positive example as role model to students by displaying appropriate etiquette, timeliness, and dress.

" Maintains order and discipline among students both of assigned group and other groups and observes and reports social, behavioral, or disciplinary problems to supervisor. Ensures student compliance with safety rules and regulations in living and working situations.

" Assigns individual duties by establishing student work rosters on a rotating basis and ensuring that students adhere to assigned tasks.

" Provides leadership and direction to students in performing daily housekeeping duties, work details, physical training, recreation, hygiene, etc. Performs other duties as assigned.

Knowledge Required by the Position:

" General knowledge of the basic rules, regulations, and practices of the Center program to properly assist in carrying out student activities.

" Skill in communicating effectively with students to be able to answer questions and provide information, inspections, and counsel.

" Skill in maintaining order and recognizing social, behavioral or disciplinary problems to be able to promote harmony among students and obtain help for complicated problems.

" Basic knowledge of and utilization of various Job Corps related databases and software in order to perform and process work assignments.

Work Environment:

Everyday risks or discomforts which require normal safety precautions are involved. Moderate risks or discomforts may occasionally be encountered in activities such as hiking over rough terrain during camping and field trips. The work area is adequately lighted, heated, and ventilated.

Physical Demands:

The work requires some physical exertion in participating in student recreational activities, or may involve periods of sitting and driving.

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