Stevens Treatment Programs
We are currently seeking a Prevocational Instructor to join our education team. The Prevocational Instructor’s central responsibility is to ensure that students at Stevens School receive comprehensive prevocational education in a variety of areas in order to support their overall educational and vocational development.
· Degree, other certification or significant experience / specialized skill
· A valid Drivers license and a driving record acceptable to Stevens’ insurer
· Acceptable criminal records background check
· Must attend full Residential Counselor (Behavioral Specialist) training, and be willing and able to follow Stevens’ client Behavioral Support Program, including client restraint.
SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Perform individual career education, life skill and vocational assessments with youth.
Assist with the development of individualized youth educational and vocational planning.
Plans, organizes and facilitates prevocational and career education programming.
Provides direct instruction to all four classes in prevocational and career education curriculum’s. Approximately 70% of time to be spent in classroom.
Assists educational staff with the facilitation of other prevocational, continuing education and life skills classes and activities, as needed.
Collaborate with shift supervisor regarding development of career education and vocational activities within Stevens and the community.
Community outreach and relationship development in the support of the prevocational, career education and employment goals of Stevens and individual youth.
Attends required in-service training’s, including 8-hour student restraint training annually. Attends training’s to address professional development needs and maintain appropriate certification.
Maintains an inventory and catalog of all educational resources, including books, magazines, DVDs, software, as well as on-line resources. Manages access to resources and regularly informs teachers of their availability.
Maintains and updates the library systems. Monitors library usage and maintains school library database. Prints weekly reports on overdue books.
Able to create a safe and supportive educational setting through student behavior support. Assists in restraint of students in the prescribed manner when a student is a danger to himself or others
Contact Person: Linda Lavoie-Recruiting Coordinator (508)679-0183