Refugee Resettlement Worker

We offer educational, recreational, medical, and mental health services to displaced youth while working to unite them with parents or relatives living throughout the US. We serve multiple cultures, and seek bilingual team members who are energized by helping youth experience safety and belonging. “Being a part of team Crittenton means welcoming every child who comes through our doors, not giving up, and going the extra mile to make a difference.” Tonia Gadson, Education Coordinator

Fullerton, CA

Crittenton Services

<p><strong>We offer behavioral health care, safe shelter, and individualized support to help people in need heal from trauma and reach their full potential. Crittenton employees are adaptable, compassionate, and inclusive. Most of all, we are a group energized by the impact of our programs and services.</strong></p> <p><strong>Because of our commitment to building a healthier community for clients, the well-being of our employees and their work environment is very important. Crittenton employees are offered a comprehensive benefits package and career growth opportunities, flexible work options, and free mental health support. Crittenton truly believes in investing in our employees and our benefits and compensation packages reflect that commitment.</strong><strong><br /></strong></p>

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Full Time

Competitive Compensation and Benefits Package

Overview: <br /> <p>Establishes and maintains effective relationships with youth, demonstrates appropriate boundaries, and ensures appropriate care and supervision.</p>
Responsibilities: <br /> <ul> <li>Acquires and demonstrates knowledge of Continuum of Care, Shared Core Practice Model, evidence-based practices, and trauma-informed care and maintains a professional environment that is consistent with Title 22, licensing regulations, and established agency policies.</li> <li>Demonstrates effective and consistent Therapeutic Crisis Intervention.</li> <li>Maintains vigilant supervision of youth placed in 24/7 care.</li> <li>Actively engages and encourages youth toward their treatment goals and in daily living.</li> <li>Regularly transports youth to appointments, recreation activities, court, family visits, etc.</li> <li>Prepares timely and accurate documentation.</li> <li>Understands and retains instructions for complex tasks.</li> </ul>
Requirements: <br /> <p><u><strong>Minimum Qualifications</strong></u><strong><u>:<br /><br /></u></strong></p> <ul> <li>BA/BS in related field qualifies as URMRW2 and will be paid at higher rate.</li> <li>URMRW1 without relevant degree must meet alternative minimum qualifications established by California Department of Social Services.&nbsp;</li> <li>Experience working with immigrant or refugee populations required.</li> <li>Relevant degrees include, but are not limited to: International/Global Studies, Comparative Religion, and World History</li> </ul> <br /> <p><u><strong>Additional Requirements</strong></u><u><strong>:</strong><br /><br /></u></p> <ul> <li>Must possess and maintain a valid, unrestricted California driver&rsquo;s license.</li> <li>Must be able to successfully complete and maintain required certifications and training including, but not limited to, Therapeutic Crisis Intervention and First Aid/CPR.</li> <li>Must be able to understand and follow policy and procedures.</li> <li>Must be able to document services, incidents, and other required forms/documents.</li> </ul> <br /> <p><strong>Salary Range:&nbsp;</strong>$42,640 - $46,904<br /><br /><em>The posted pay scale for this position serves as a general disclosure. Actual pay offered within the range will be dependent on individual factors such as skills, qualifications, and relevant experience.</em></p> <p>EOE, including disability/vets</p>