Are you interested in joining one of the finest residential youth-treatment organizations in the country? Hanna Boys Center is led by a team of dedicated, compassionate professionals who strive to make a difference in the lives of troubled boys, turning hurt into hope.
The staff members at Hanna are committed to our students, which is why they stay for an average of 15 years. Click here to learn about our leadership team’s experience and goals for our future.
YOUTH COUNSELOR (Positions Open)
The Youth Counselor is responsible for supervising the daily living experience and for providing a consistent and caring environment for each resident under their care. This includes teaching socially appropriate skills, planning trips and activities, helping with homework, providing discipline, and teaching appropriate conflict resolution. The Youth Counselor acts as a positive adult role model in all areas by demonstrating and developing positive interactive relationships while establishing clear boundaries for the residents. Additionally, Youth Counselors are expected to implement treatment approaches and or techniques which include Restorative Practice, Life Space Interviews, Universal Trauma Training, ACE Study, Workforce Protection and Policies that Reflect Trauma Informed Care.
Five weeks of comprehensive training for all new staff members, and continued training and professional enhancement for the duration of employment. Shifts are 4 days per week and sleepovers are required.
Starting Salary: $30,000+ annually
Excellent Benefits: Health, Dental, Vision and 401k retirement plan.
5 & 1/2 weeks of Paid Time Off and 5 paid Holidays annually.
- Must pass a criminal background check and physical, including a drug and TB test.
- Must have a valid driver’s license and ability to be covered under our insurance.
- Ability to be certified in CPR/First Aid, community water safety and crisis intervention.
- Prefer Bachelor’s Degree in related field or experience working with children, however others who are interested may apply.
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TEACHER (Positions Open)
Department: Archbishop Hanna High School
Supervisor: School Leader
The Archbishop Hanna Teacher is responsible for planning instruction and/or making adaptations to the general curriculum to enable students to benefit from their education. The teacher is expected to communicate with parents and cottage staff in regard to student accommodations and modifications and be must be able to report to and participate on multidisciplinary evaluation teams.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
- Respect the Center’s faith, education and caring Catholic values.
- School day duty hours are between 8:00 – 3:30. Until 4:30 one day weekly.
- Will serve as part of the high school teaching staff and/or as part of an 8th grade academy.
- Establish and communicate clear objectives for all learning activities.
- Demonstrate preparation and skill in working with students from diverse cultural, economic, and academic backgrounds.
- Encourage parent and community involvement, obtain information for parents when requested, promptly return phone calls and answer emails.
- Serve as a student advocate/advisory teacher daily for up to 10 students.
- Mentor students in passion projects.
- Effectively build and maintain healthy relationships with students.
- Ability to learn about and become adept in competency-based education principles, trauma informed care, and culturally sustaining pedagogy.
- Fully engage and actively monitor personal growth in the areas of competency-based education, trauma informed systems, and culturally-sustaining pedagogy.
- Actively seek and engage in continued learning, professional development and growth opportunities.
- Attendance at regular Professional Development teacher work days during the school year.
- Instruct students with disabilities according to IEP objectives and implement best practices for diverse learners.
- Evaluate student gain, utilizing formal and informal measures.
- Function as member of student assistance teams.
- Regularly update electronic grades and ensure all relevant parties have access to assignments and associated scales.
- Keep parents/cottage staff informed and aware of student needs and progress.
- Assess student achievement and report via the approved progress monitoring tool.
- Implement specialized programs of instruction.
- Design and implement behavioral programs.
- Maintain positive working relationships and collaborate consistently with colleagues in all other areas of the organization.
- Use relevant technology to support and differentiate instruction.
- Establish and enforce rules and procedures to manage student behavior in the classroom.
- Encourage and monitor the progress of individual students and use information to adjust teaching strategies.
- Other duties as assigned.
- B.A. or greater in content area. Experience preferred, but not required. Successful student teaching experience required. State teaching certificate, or ability to be certified by the start of the 2020-21 school year.
- Training or endorsements in Reading and Math highly desirable.
- Ability and willingness to coach sports also highly desirable.
- Ability to work supportively with other staff to achieve common goals.
- A strong desire toward professional growth and program development.
- Maintenance of personal standards of citizenship and professional ethics.
- Ability and knowledge to create and teach a sequential reading program.
- Must clear background check for a Community Care Licensed facility, including physical, tb and drug test.
- Must have the ability to be insured under our policy.
- Able to be certified in Crisis Intervention, CPR, First Aid.
- Sit, stand and walk for required periods of time.
- Reach with hands and arms and use hands and fingers to handle objects and operate tools, computers, and/or controls.
- Lift up to 50 pounds and carry up to 20 lbs., occasionally.
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