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    Armed Driver Guard  

    - Richmond


    As an Armed Driver Guard, you work with your team to ensure the safe and secure pickup and delivery of cash, coin, and valuables.


    Hourly Pay Wage: $17.50

    Essential Job Functions:

    Drive automatic armored vehicles and other vehicles on designated routes servicing customer locations
    Service ATMs and Smart Safes
    Service customer stops, including delivering customer change orders and picking up deposits.
    Load/unload vehicle cargo including multiple bags and boxes of coins
    Count items, record, and sign for cargo items
    Other duties as assigned by management
    Requirements:

    At least 21 years of age
    At least a 3 year driving record
    Ability to obtain Medical Examiners Certificate via US Department of Transportation approved medical examiners
    A valid firearms permit or ability to pass applicable firearms requirements may be required
    Loomis will pay for Security and Firearms Qualifications, Licensing and Permitting.


    Working Conditions:

    Full-time schedule possibly consisting of an average of 50 hours/week, minimum of 5 days anytime during a 6-day period.
    Approximately 90-95 percent of work performed in vehicle within individual compartments (front and rear).
    Benefits:

    Loomis offers one of the most comprehensive employees benefit packages in the industry, which includes:
    Vacation and Sick Time (PTO) as well as Paid Holidays
    Health & Dental Insurance
    Vision Insurance
    401(k) Plan
    Basic Life Insurance Plan
    Voluntary Life Insurance Plan
    Flexible Spending and Health Savings Account
    Dependent Care Account
    Industry leading Training and Development
    With a network of nearly 200 branches, Loomis armored transportation, cash management centers, and cash inventory vaults keep cash flowing throughout financial institutions and retail businesses across the US. Loomis prides itself on providing employees with opportunities for career advancement and job satisfaction. In fact, many of our company's managers, vice presidents, and corporate executives started out in the branches as driver/guards and tellers. Our work can be challenging, but the thousands who have stayed with our company for decades will tell you that if you have the desire to learn and the drive to succeed, Loomis is the place to be. Come join our team!

    Loomis is an equal opportunity employer. EEO AA M/F/Vet/Disability. Drug Free Workplace. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, protected veteran status or disability.

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    Resident Advisor  

    - Aurora


    No experience is necessary and paid on-the-job training is provided. If you are looking for an exciting new opportunity or to advance your career in criminal justice, corrections, or security, look no further because The GEO Group is hiring motivated individuals seeking their next opportunity. Just come with a willingness to learn and a desire to help others and you will fit right in as part of this growing team of professionals. As a Resident Advisor, you will be responsible for overseeing and caring for detainees at your facility while ensuring that the rules, policies, and procedures are applied fairly and consistently.

    Pay is $27.00 per hour. This position is eligible to receive a Health & Welfare Benefit Rate of $4.23 per hour on all hours paid up to 40 hours per week and not to exceed 2,080 hours per year.

    Why work for GEO:

    GEO is a place for professional growth, exploration, creativity, and valuable interpersonal relationships. If you're interested in achieving extraordinary things, send in your application and join a community that cares.

    In this job, you will:
    Supervise and monitor detainees in living, recreation, dining, and visitation areas.
    Coordinate their movement (conducting counts and providing emergency response as needed).
    Make sure program activities stay safe and supervise labor crews.
    Conduct shakedowns for contraband materials (by yourself or with your team) and confiscate prohibited items as per policies and procedures.
    Keep daily logs on detainees (including disciplinary reports).
    Provide prompt and appropriate assistance to those who have been injured, ill, or have suffered trauma.
    Report any maintenance or repair needs to keep your facility clean.
    We're looking for individuals from different backgrounds

    Building an inclusive culture where every employee can perform to their maximum potential is the center of GEO's employee value proposition. Our success is based on diversity in our workforce and the inclusion of eclectic perspectives, ideas, and backgrounds. Everyone is encouraged to apply. Here's to unlimited ideas, increased productivity, and innovative solutions!
    Minimum Requirements
    High school diploma or equivalent certification required.
    College coursework and advanced training in behavioral sciences, security services or related field preferred. Training in cultural diversity or sensitivity preferred.
    Possession of applicable state requisites for employment.
    Ability to work overtime as required.
    Ability to handle physical and mental stress associated with working extended hours.
    Must be able to regularly report to work without being late.
    Ability to be physically alert on any shift that is assigned.
    Ability to work up to sixteen (16) hours within a rolling 24 hour period.
    Work experience in a security environment setting preferred.
    May be required to possess valid state driver's license.
    Must be mature, flexible, able to command the respect and confidence of detainees and staff, and possess a high tolerance to mental stress.
    Valid CO Driver's License
    Must be a US Citizen
    Must be 21 years or older
    Must be able to pass a background and drug screen
    Benefits


    A competitive benefits package for an energized workforce with options for you and your family including:
    Paid time off - Paid holidays
    401(k) - 401(k) matching
    Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance
    Life Insurance
    Flexible spending account
    Health savings account
    Tuition Reimbursement
    Reduces tuition rates for degree programs
    Employee discount
    Employee assistance program
    Pet insurance
    Disability Insurance
    Paid training
    Other additional benefits available
    EOE

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    As an Armed Driver Guard, you work with your team to ensure the safe and secure pickup and delivery of cash, coin, and valuables. Must have a Firearm ID and Firearm to be eligible.


    Pay Range: $19.00
    Monday- Friday and occasionally weekends

    Essential Job Functions:

    Drive automatic armored vehicles and other vehicles on designated routes servicing customer locations
    Service ATMs and Smart Safes
    Service customer stops, including delivering customer change orders and picking up deposits.
    Load/unload vehicle cargo including multiple bags and boxes of coins
    Count items, record, and sign for cargo items
    Other duties as assigned by management
    Requirements:

    At least 21 years of age
    At least a 3 year driving record
    Ability to obtain Medical Examiners Certificate via US Department of Transportation approved medical examiners
    A valid firearms permit or ability to pass applicable firearms requirements may be required
    Loomis will pay for Security and Firearms Qualifications, Licensing and Permitting.


    Working Conditions:

    Full-time schedule possibly consisting of an average of 50 hours/week, minimum of 5 days anytime during a 6-day period.
    Approximately 90-95 percent of work performed in vehicle within individual compartments (front and rear).
    Benefits:

    Loomis offers one of the most comprehensive employees benefit packages in the industry, which includes:
    Vacation and Sick Time (PTO) as well as Paid Holidays
    Health & Dental Insurance
    Vision Insurance
    401(k) Plan
    Basic Life Insurance Plan
    Voluntary Life Insurance Plan
    Flexible Spending and Health Savings Account
    Dependent Care Account
    Industry leading Training and Development
    With a network of nearly 200 branches, Loomis armored transportation, cash management centers, and cash inventory vaults keep cash flowing throughout financial institutions and retail businesses across the US. Loomis prides itself on providing employees with opportunities for career advancement and job satisfaction. In fact, many of our company's managers, vice presidents, and corporate executives started out in the branches as driver/guards and tellers. Our work can be challenging, but the thousands who have stayed with our company for decades will tell you that if you have the desire to learn and the drive to succeed, Loomis is the place to be. Come join our team!

    Loomis is an equal opportunity employer. EEO AA M/F/Vet/Disability. Drug Free Workplace. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, protected veteran status or disability.

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    Armed Driver Guard  

    - Roanoke


    As an Armed Driver Guard, you work with your team to ensure the safe and secure pickup and delivery of cash, coin, and valuables.

    Payrate: $17.00/hr. unarmed. 17.50/hr. once gun certified

    Essential Job Functions:
    Drive automatic armored vehicles and other vehicles on designated routes servicing customer locations
    Service ATMs and Smart Safes
    Service customer stops, including delivering customer change orders and picking up deposits.
    Loading/unloading vehicle cargo consisting of multiple bags and boxes of coins
    Count items, record, and sign for cargo items
    Other duties assigned by management
    Requirements:
    At least 21 years of age
    At least a 3 year driving record
    Ability to obtain Medical Examiners Certificate via US Department of Transportation approved medical examiners
    A valid firearms permit or ability to pass applicable firearms requirements may be required
    Loomis will pay for security and firearms qualifications, licensing and permitting.
    Benefits:

    Loomis offers one of the most comprehensive employees benefit packages in the industry, which includes:
    Vacation and Sick Time (PTO) as well as Paid Holidays
    Health & Dental Insurance
    Vision Insurance
    401(k) Plan
    Basic Life Insurance Plan
    Voluntary Life Insurance Plan
    Flexible Spending and Health Savings Account
    Dependent Care Account
    Industry leading Training and Development
    With a network of nearly 200 branches, Loomis armored transportation, cash management centers, and cash inventory vaults keep cash flowing throughout financial institutions and retail businesses across the US. Loomis prides itself on providing employees with opportunities for career advancement and job satisfaction. In fact, many of our company's managers, vice presidents, and corporate executives started out in the branches as driver/guards and tellers. Our work can be challenging, but the thousands who have stayed with our company for decades will tell you that if you have the desire to learn and the drive to succeed, Loomis is the place to be. Come join our team!

    Loomis is an equal opportunity employer. EEO AA M/F/Vet/Disability. Drug Free Workplace. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, protected veteran status or disability.

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    Correctional Officer  

    - Kingman


    Pay Rate is $24.23 per hour. No experience is necessary and paid on-the-job training is provided. Just come with a willingness to learn and a desire to help others and you will fit right in as part of this growing team of professionals. If you are looking for an exciting new opportunity or to advance your career in criminal justice, corrections, or security, look no further because The GEO Group is hiring motivated individuals seeking their next opportunity.

    As a Correctional Officer, you will be responsible for overseeing and caring for inmates at your facility while ensuring that the rules, policies, and procedures are applied fairly and consistently.

    Why work for GEO:

    We're on a mission to provide high-quality rehabilitation and community reintegration services. GEO is a place for professional growth, exploration, creativity, and valuable interpersonal relationships. If you're interested in achieving extraordinary things, send in your application and join a community that cares.

    In this job, you will:
    Supervise and monitor inmates in living, recreation, dining, and visitation areas
    Coordinate their movement (conducting counts and providing emergency response as needed)
    Make sure program activities stay safe and supervise labor crews
    Conduct shakedowns for contraband materials (by yourself or with your team) and confiscate prohibited items as per policies and procedures
    Keep daily logs on inmates (including disciplinary reports)
    Provide prompt and appropriate assistance to those who have been injured, ill, or have suffered trauma
    Report any maintenance or repair needs to keep your facility clean
    We're looking for individuals from different backgrounds

    Building an inclusive culture where every employee can perform to their maximum potential is the center of GEO's employee value proposition. Our success is based on diversity in our workforce and the inclusion of eclectic perspectives, ideas, and backgrounds. Everyone is encouraged to apply. Here's to unlimited ideas, increased productivity, and innovative solutions!

    Minimum Requirements

    High school diploma or GED equivalent from accredited school
    Minimum of eighteen(18) years old. (OK State requirement)
    Possession of applicable state requisites for employment.
    Training in cultural diversity or sensitivity preferred.
    Ability to work overtime as required.
    Ability to handle physical and mental stress associated with working extended hours.
    Must be able to regularly report to work without being late.
    Ability to be physically alert on any shift that is assigned.
    Ability to work up to sixteen (16) hours within a rolling 24 hour period.
    Work experience in a correctional setting preferred.
    Must possess valid state driver's license. (OK State requirement)

    Knowledge of the fundamentals of English usage and basic math. (OK State requirement)
    Ability to evaluate situations and adopt effective courses of action. (OK State requirement)
    Must be mature, flexible, able to command the respect and confidence of inmates or detainees and staff, philosophically committed to the objectives of the facility, and possess a high tolerance to mental stress.
    That would make you a perfect candidate for us.

    Benefits

    A competitive benefits package for an energized workforce with options for you and your family including:
    Paid time off - Paid holidays
    401(k) - 401(k) matching
    Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance
    Life Insurance
    Flexible spending account
    Health savings account
    Tuition Reimbursement
    Reduces tuition rates for degree programs
    Employee discount
    Employee assistance program
    Pet insurance
    Disability Insurance
    Paid training
    Other additional benefits available
    EOE

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    Functional Strategy Senior Manager  

    - New York

    Functional Strategy Senior Manager (Accenture LLP; New York, NY): Accenture LLP has multiple openings for the position of Functional Strategy Senior Manager in New York, NY, and the job duties are as follows:
    Run design and delivery teams to understand clients' business model strategies and business goals, how this shapes their operating model strategies, and how the context of global, economic, technology, and social trends impact clients' business options.
    Lead teams in architecting future-proof, agile, and resilient organizations embracing future of work, workforce, and workplace powered by transformational technology, ecosystems and analytics.
    Help teams pinpoint the best solutions to meet the unique business strategy, market, and organizational needs of clients.
    Guide teams to ensure clients are positioned for long-term success with the right Northstar, Leadership and Culture and a practical road map for carrying out strategy, managing change, transforming and monitoring progress, and taking remedial steps.
    Earn the trust of the CEO and senior leaders at client organizations, and partner with them to create strategic solutions at the intersection of business, technology, and operations.
    Create content and speaking in professional forums, both internal and external.
    Manage teams to deliver world-class strategies and blueprints that define the Alignment, create the Leadership and Culture required to succeed in making the transformational journey.
    Mentor junior members of the Leadership and Culture team, providing them with experiences to continually learn and grow.
    Provide overall guidance on quantitative analysis and research to generate recommendations and insights and drive outcomes.
    Qualifications
    BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:
    Must have a bachelor's degree in Engineering, Business Administration, Human Resources, Psychology, Management, Finance, or related field, plus 5 years of experience in the consulting industry. In lieu of a bachelor's degree, employer will accept 2 additional years of experience in the consulting industry.
    Must have 5 years of experience in each of the following:
    Analyzing data, interviewing key stakeholders, and providing recommendations to senior executive leadership;
    Business Insights consulting in one of the following industries: Products, Communications, High Tech, Media, Health and Public Sector, or Resources;
    Breaking down processes into logical components and constructing clear reasoning and analyses;
    Creating and designing leadership strategy and company culture strategy for clients; and
    Working with client, internal business process leads, and stakeholders.
    Must have willingness and ability to travel domestically approximately 80% of the time to meet client needs.
    To apply, please click the 'APPLY' button.
    Pursuant to New York City Human Rights Law, the offered wage for this role is $222,800.00 per year.
    What We Believe
    We have an unwavering commitment to diversity with the aim that every one of our people has a full sense of belonging within our organization. As a business imperative, every person at Accenture has the responsibility to create and sustain an inclusive environment.
    Inclusion and diversity are fundamental to our culture and core values. Our rich diversity makes us more innovative and more creative, which helps us better serve our clients and our communities. Read more here
    Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
    Accenture is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We believe that no one should be discriminated against because of their differences, such as age, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity and expression, religion or sexual orientation.
    All employment decisions shall be made without regard to age, race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, disability status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, citizenship status or any other basis as protected by federal, state, or local law.
    Accenture is committed to providing veteran employment opportunities to our service men and women.
    For details, view a copy of the Accenture Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Policy Statement .
    Requesting An Accommodation
    Accenture is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for persons with disabilities or religious observances, including reasonable accommodation when needed. If you are hired by Accenture and require accommodation to perform the essential functions of your role, you will be asked to participate in our reasonable accommodation process. Accommodations made to facilitate the recruiting process are not a guarantee of future or continued accommodations once hired.
    If you would like to be considered for employment opportunities with Accenture and have accommodation needs for a disability or religious observance, please call us toll free at 1 , send us an email or speak with your recruiter.
    Other Employment Statements
    Applicants for employment in the US must have work authorization that does not now or in the future require sponsorship of a visa for employment authorization in the United States.
    Candidates who are currently employed by a client of Accenture or an affiliated Accenture business may not be eligible for consideration.
    Job candidates will not be obligated to disclose sealed or expunged records of conviction or arrest as part of the hiring process.
    The Company will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. Additionally, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the Company's legal duty to furnish information.

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    Mission

    Hope, healing, safety, social change.

    Working together to end domestic and partner violence.

    Vision

    A community unified in peace, justice, and equity, for the safety and well-being of every individual.

    Statement of Welcome and Affirmation

    DOVE welcomes refugee and immigrant survivors both documented and undocumented; people with disabilities;
    people who are D/deaf or hard of hearing; BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and other People of Color); LGB, Queer, Trans, and Non-Binary individuals; people of all religion and faith beliefs; and individuals whose first language is not English.
    DOVE welcomes people of all identities, including those not named.

    Organization Summary

    DOVE (Domestic Violence Ended), Inc. was founded in 1978 and has since grown from one crisis hotline to a comprehensive multi-services organization. DOVE is the only domestic violence organization in Norfolk County. DOVE provides a range of services for individuals who have experienced abuse, including a 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, safety assessment and planning, supportive education and counseling, support groups, legal assistance, assistance accessing governmental and community-based services, and community outreach and education. At DOVE, we believe that all people have the right to live free from the fear of abuse. At our core, DOVE s work is about fostering healthier and safer relationships for all. DOVE recognizes that oppression and historical and systemic inequity are root causes of problems we strive to address with and on behalf or survivors.

    Job Purpose

    The Community Advocate & LGBQ/T Outreach & Resource Specialist is part of DOVE s team of advocates responsible for the provision of services for individuals seen primarily through DOVE s Community-Based program. The Specialist will work with clients in both individual and group settings, providing crisis intervention, emotional support, advocacy, safety planning, and education on many issues related to domestic and dating violence. The Specialist works in a team with other community-based advocates, attorneys, and interns, as well as shelter staff.

    Further, the Specialist will conduct outreach to the LGBQ/T community of the South Shore, utilizing expertise on the specific needs of the queer and trans communities to serve as a liaison and foster partnerships with the community.

    While DOVE recognizes the role will likely closely intertwine with the employee s identities, the expectation is not that they will bear responsibility for internal education within the program or organization. Rather, all of DOVE s staff work collaboratively to evaluate, design, and practice services which meet the needs of marginalized survivors, including LGBQ/T survivors.

    This position reports to the Director of Community Services and will also work closely with members of the Outreach Team. This position is supported by and dependent on grant funds.

    Responsibilities include:

    Community Advocacy/Direct Service Provision (55-65%)
    Provide emotional support, supportive counseling, advocacy, and assistance to survivors seen through DOVE s Community-Based Services. Includes conducting danger assessment and safety planning as well as connecting survivors with internal and external services and resources (e.g., legal, housing, benefits, mental health and substance abuse, etc.).
    Act as Counselor of the Day in rotation with other Advocates and Interns on the Community team.
    Complete Individual/Family Needs Assessment with each assigned client.
    Coordinate internal and external service options for clients families.
    Work collaboratively with health and social service providers, therapists, child protective services, LGBQ/T-specific resources and service providers, and others to ensure coordination of services for clients.
    Design, promote, and co-facilitate support and/or psycho-educational groups as assigned, with targeted outreach to LGBQ/T survivors.
    Interface with DOVE s Civilian DV Advocates, Legal Advocacy Program/Staff Attorneys, Shelter-based Advocates, as well as Community Education & Prevention program.
    Be available for consultation by other team members and intern(s), and/or serve as daily point-of-contact for interns as needed as needed.
    Periodically provide coverage of the shelter and hotline.
    This role may include participation in regular on-call rotation for emergency shelter (typically for
    1 week every 6-10 weeks.
    Complete other duties as assigned.
    LGBQ/T Community Outreach and Liaison (30-40%)
    Initiate contact, maintain, and cultivate relationships with others working with LGBQ/T communities to promote awareness of DOVE s services, including but not limited to community service providers, Quincy Pride, schools, school GSAs, and local AGLY networks.
    Contribute to outreach and collaboration events, including representing DOVE at community and health fairs, tabling events, Boston and Quincy Pride, and LGBQ/T community events and forums.
    Facilitate and create workshops for community partners to promote awareness of LGBQ/T partner violence issues, support LGBQ/T teens in developing healthy relationship skills, and share information about DOVE s services. Help DOVE build stronger connections with LGBQ/T communities and survivors.
    Serve as an ambassador for and liaison with DOVE for members of LGBQ/T communities, particularly on the South Shore, sharing information out, and bringing feedback and information in.
    Maintain and create content for DOVE s LGBQ/T Program Instagram that is identity-affirming and survivor-centered.
    Additional Responsibilities (10-20%)
    Attend and participate in regular Team Case Review, weekly Supervision sessions, Shelter On-Call, Outreach Team, and Staff Meetings.
    Prepare client service documentation and programmatic statistics and reports.
    Complete forms and reports as required by the organization and funders.
    Assist Director of Community Services (DCS) with ongoing development/evaluation of program effectiveness.
    Participate regularly and represent DOVE at local, regional, and/or state meetings as requested by DCS and/or Executive Director.
    DOVE has committed 5% (2 hrs/wk) of all staff time to participate in active learning regarding justice and equity issues, including regarding race, gender identity, sexual orientation, ability, etc., to include reading, listening to podcasts, watching webinars, videos, etc. Active discussion with peers is encouraged. For BIPOC and LGBQ/T staff, time can include commitment to self-care and resilience-building as needed.
    Complete other duties as assigned.

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    SUMMARY
    The Family Engagement Specialist II provides residential screening and parent education for youth and/or families who have requested the services of the Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches. The Family Engagement Specialist II works cooperatively with the staff, acting as a field liaison between the parents of placed youth and the agency and provides time limited aftercare support and networking depending on the youth s length of stay in the program. The Family Engagement Specialist II will engage community partners such as Sheriff Offices, schools, churches, job fairs, shelters, and other community resources in order to share the mission of our Agency and to seek out disadvantaged students that could benefit from our program. The Family Engagement Specialist II supervises a region and the Family Engagement Specialist I within this region. The Family Engagement Specialist II is directly responsible to the Director of Residential Services. This position is exempt from overtime pay.
    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    The following duties and responsibilities are the various types of work performed in this position. Other duties and responsibilities may also be assigned.

    1. Responsible for the recruitment, orientation, supervision, in-service training and evaluations of Family Engagement Specialist I within specified regions.

    2. Supervises the Request for Service process and family education within specified regions.

    3. Makes periodic calls on clients with Family Engagement Specialist I supervised in order to review filed procedures and methods.

    4. Receives and promptly responds to all incoming inquiries and requests for services within 24 hours. Conducts a timely in-depth review of requests, and ensures completion of all casework steps required for placement consideration.

    5. Assists the family in obtaining appropriate evaluation and consultation, as needed, for psychological, physical and learning problems.

    6. At the request of the program, assists the family in complying with the Family Agency Agreement through consistent evaluation of the monthly support payment balance and follow up when the account is not current, there are changes to the agreement, or the family is having difficulties meeting the terms of or is in noncompliance of the agreement.

    7. Develops, maintains, and submits timely accurate case record documentation, mini social histories, 6 month post placement surveys, outcome measures, and other reports as needed.

    8. Assists the family in identifying community resources and developing an alternative plan when services are no longer needed or provided by the Youth Ranches, which may include providing direction to families after youth s discharge from the residential program and/or the aftercare monitoring program.

    9. Maintains a resource knowledge within the assigned outreach area that includes the regional Community Based Care organization (CBC), schools, mental health programs, social/human services agencies, sheriff s offices and other identified agencies and maintains quality relationships with all resources through a disciplined pattern of visitation.

    10. Maintains contact with the program where the youth is located and meets with the youth at the program site and/or school no less than monthly

    11. Manages a caseload 10% of residential capacity and add students to the waiting list.

    12. Develops a schedule to engage community partners such as schools, shelters, job fairs, churches and other community resources in order to share our mission and seek out disadvantaged students that will benefit by attending our program.

    13. In cooperation with other Agency Staff participate in the planning and delivery of family engaged activities such as Family Fun Days at the Boys Ranch and Weekend TBRI camps.

    14. Assists with coordination of the annual summer camp program by establishing community referral contacts to assist in the placement process.

    15. Participates in training activities with staff and community partners on campus and in the community.
    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
    A Master s degree in Social Work, or related field, is required from an accredited college or university. Must be LCSW, LMFT or LMHC in good standing within the state of Florida. Experience with personal computers are required.

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    The College of Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology invites applications from outstanding candidates to fill the Georgia Power Chair in Energy Efficiency endowed professorship. The College of Sciences, comprised of the Schools of Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Mathematics, Physics, and Psychology, seeks an individual that will support research for improving the way in which energy is efficiently produced, distributed, and used. The search is open with respect to research area, disciplinary focus, application domain(s), and primary activities (computation, theory, and experimentation). Relevant areas include sustainability, green chemistry, climate change, clean energy innovation, advanced materials, decarbonization, green computation, technology diffusion and societal adoption of new technologies, although all contemporary topics that address societal-grand challenges in energy efficiency are of interest. We are particularly interested in candidates that could be instrumental in establishing new companies that would stimulate economic growth within Georgia.

    We encourage the application of mid-career and senior faculty, the equivalent at non-academic institutions, and exceptional assistant professors. The successful candidate will have a proven track record of cutting-edge research, be nationally or internationally recognized, and promote transformational research within their discipline. Candidates are expected to demonstrate an impactful commitment to the teaching and mentoring of diverse groups of students and the creation of inclusive training and research environment. Opportunities exist for joint appointments in other colleges at Georgia Tech to facilitate interdisciplinary research and scholarship. A doctoral degree in a suitable discipline within their home academic unit is required.

    Applications will be considered beginning January 2023 and will continue until the position is filled. Candidates should submit the following materials electronically: (i) a cover letter summarizing your interest in the position, (ii) a curriculum vitae, (iii) a description of research plans and vision, (iv) a description of teaching interests and philosophy, and (v) a description of past experiences and/or future plans to promote diversity and inclusion.

    Requests for information may be directed to Professor Jason Azoulay at .

    To apply: Application materials must be submitted via Careers: Select View All Jobs and enter 253666 or Georgia Power Chair in the search bar.

    Georgia Tech is a top-ranked public research university situated in the heart of midtown Atlanta, Georgia, a vibrant and diverse city with an outstanding educational, scientific, technical, and entrepreneurial environment. The Institute prides itself on its technology resources, collaborative culture, high-quality student body, and our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

    Georgia Tech provides equal opportunity to all faculty, staff, students, and all other members of the Georgia Tech community, including applicants for admission and/or employment, contractors, volunteers, and participants in institutional programs, activities, or services. Georgia Tech complies with all applicable laws and regulations governing equal opportunity in the workplace and in educational activities. Georgia Tech prohibits discrimination, including discriminatory harassment, on the basis of race, ethnicity, ancestry, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetics, or veteran status in its programs, activities, employment, and admissions. This prohibition applies to faculty, staff, students, and all other members of the Georgia Tech community, including affiliates, invitees, and guests.

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    The Annie E. Casey Foundation is dedicated to building a brighter future for millions of children, youth and young adults by improving educational, economic, social and health outcomes. The Foundation s work focuses on strengthening families, building stronger communities and ensuring access to opportunity because children, youth and young adults need all three to succeed. Casey advances research and solutions to overcome barriers to success, help communities demonstrate what works and influence decision makers to invest in strategies based on solid evidence.

    At Casey, you will find a dynamic environment with staff of diverse backgrounds and perspectives who share a deep commitment to advancing the Foundation s mission. Casey staff also have flexible schedules, including a hybrid workweek, to support a healthy work-life balance.

    The Foundation is seeking a professional to support a number of cross-functional strategies that align with the Family Well-Being Strategy s Group priorities focused on engaging child welfare systems, families and communities to prevent unnecessary foster care involvement, supporting kinship caregivers, ending the need for group placement, advancing permanency and promoting connection to school, work and other opportunities. This role will partner with young people, families and communities on solutions that will lead to more equitable results.
    As a program associate, you will:
    collaborate with partners on the design and implementation of strategies aimed at advancing permanency and promoting greater connection to school and work to improve outcomes for older youth and families who have experienced the child welfare system;
    provide content expertise on child welfare practice, including prevention, as well as a number of cross-cutting best practices, such as equity and inclusion, youth, family and community engagement, data and evaluation, and public will and policy;
    inform, guide and provide technical assistance to partners and grantees, including engaging in strategic planning, implementing work plans, tracking progress through performance metrics, identifying opportunities for improvement, advising system leaders, facilitating roundtable discussions and building capacity for equitable results;
    support effective teamwork, including keeping meeting notes, preparing client-facing documents, organizing team files and managing logistics; and
    facilitate sessions focused on building consensus, setting goals, planning reform and tracking implementation and results among site stakeholders


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